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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 13, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NTARK6 FLORIDA FltiD'1i. JANUARY IS, 19S5 NUMBER ELEYEN't

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Native of Bradford Real Petrified Oak New Body Orders Fifth Car of FlourIs Rate Reduction .

Young[ Men Killed Appointed Member Berries RipeningAs Is Interesting ExhibitAt Ready For Needyof Jot



I By Seaboard Train of New--Road Board' 'Warm Weather Real-Estate Office Bids WithdrawnOn Bradford- County On Strawberries t j


Those of you'wbo wVre planning Another carload of government


SaturdayMorning Ott announced Governor, a native the Dave of appointment Bradford Sholts Monday County of Roy, ', Holds Fast Here : Western forests this trips summer to see,the can the real save pertlfled estate your State Road 28 first flour of Cross sent the was week out by received and the has AmericanRed here been unloaded the- Found NecessaryShippers

money by visiting
as a member of the new highway I and stored In the Red Cross
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commission from the second congressional office of F. C. Hollingaworth. s-; -
9,214 Quarts Shipped From Starke Mr. Hollingsworth has on exhibit No Reason Given for Action-Affects headquarters. Distribution will be- Will much as IS
Mr. Ott Is
Heads now .
Ilad Fallen to Sleep With district. born In Last Week> -3,680 From i in his window a piece of petrified Twelve Mile In gin Saturday at 9 o'clock with Cent a Crate-Effective On -.
he
On Track-Were living In Ocala, but was ThisIs
Pillowed County Charlie Cooper In charge. Or Before April
) Lawtey MondayStarke oak that came from no far- Flagler
until he
, there
: On Way **> Pahoke Lawtey and lived New Riv- -- the fifth carload to be sent to -
ther West than our own
reached young manhood. and An Associated Press dispatch Bradford County. Washington, Jan. 9.-Reduced!
board and Lawtey Monday er. It Is about large enough to
An old belief, long a part of the ) Other members of the Tavares new J. Tuesday made their largest shipments fill a water paU'aDd weighs in the Tuesday from Tallahassee stated As In the past, white people will freight and express rates on fresh
of those who follow the open are: C. B. Treadway of for flour and Florida to northern
[ lore of strawberries so far this neighborhood of sixty pounds briefly that the new State Highway apply on Saturdays strawberries from
and W. P.
early R. Asbell Panama City,
here ,
r road was shattered near season. 3,680 quarts were ship- Mr. Holllngsworth tells of hav- Commission had withdrawn colored will apply on Tuesdays. market were' ordered today*

|Saturday morning coating: the live Mooty, Miami. "The member governor from said ped from Lawtey Monday, and 2- ing first seen 'the-tree'thirty-five bids on nearly twelve miles of Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker by the Interstate Commerce Commission

of two young: meD Guy Meeker. he would appoint a district 084 quartes from Starke. Tuesday's years ago.half-burled In a spring Road 28 In Flagler County, ad- will send to the headquarters here In deciding a complaint

19, and Willie Mullia, 20. both that of the first congressional movement was 2,848 quarts from head near Conner's' bridge on the vertised for opening In Tallahassee for their allotments brought by Florida growers)

Fitzgerald. Oa. The belief- to later. Lawtey and 4,142 quarts from banks of the'river** At that time on January 24. No reason was against the Railway Express
a railroad track la a safe place ,I for the bids. Agency and railroads serving the)
[ Starke. A total of 9,214 quarts tie tree was about twentyfivefeet given withdrawing
pillow one' head since an approaching have been shipped from the Starke long and two feet thick. Council Abolishes state.
heard for a Births Increase ''
: : train can be disproved platform since last Friday. Up Several days agox'Mr. Hollings- Palatka, Jan. 11.-Reasons for The commission found' express

dtetance of ten mlle--was Sea- until Monday an average of $//J.2CJ worth was In the neighborhood and the action of the state highway rates were unreasonable and decided

when a northbound per crate was received by the again Bought out'the location of department In withdrawing yes- Assessor's Office that new rates amounting

board Air; Line passenger train Deaths Decrease growers, since then the average the tree. It was, all gone erfcept terday bids for the paving of Highway to 120 per cent of the first class*

struck the two boys as about they were four has been ,$4.00 per crate. Buyers the piece that he brought to town. No. 28 from Bunnell to Shell freight rate be put Into effect ,

r sleeping on the tracks and shippers at Lawtey began Mr. Holllngsworth thinks that sou- Bluff, which were to have been The freight charges on straw
south of town., Both had No. Date Set For Action to Become the
I i of the
Vital Statistics For 1932. Made loading the first car season venier hunters are responsible for
f it fractured skulls. cold here today. Effective-Clerk Will first class rate applicable. The>
Publle-Fhruretl For New River Thursday, and unless Its disappearance.The .
"'t"lUuUls, died almost instantly, and Brooker Lacking I weather interferes, cars will beginto petriflcatlon of the tree C. E. Currie, chairman of the. Handle Job old rates were based on what ts i 0

d Meeker died at 11 o'clock aft be loaded there regularly from which must have taken thousandsof board of bond trustees stated that. known as the commodity rates and 1
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the train crew had brought him has been that time on. was probably caused by he had talked with W. P. Mooty, The City Council on January 8, the change will bring about a saving
Bradford County long years d
,. receive medical attention here.I recognized as a healthful place to Berries are ripening In greater minerals contained in the spring, Miami, recently appointed mem- voted unanimously to abolish theoft'lce to shippers of as much as, 75
accident occurred about 5:10 ber from this district yesterdayand of City Tax Assessor, combining cents crate. .
he because of the several
live, and conditions seem to be im- numbers very day where it lay. There are
|lock in the morning. all the time. continued warm weather, unusualfor different varieties of rock contained had arranged a meeting here the duties of that office The new rates are to be established
of Hous- proving with those of City Clerk. It was before 2().
to testimony with the board of bond trusteesone on or April
ccordIng and several
According to figures from the this time of year, In the oak, some have the appearance -
Suit and William. Love, two registrars of vital statistics la good showers have come during the of runt; lime rock, and day this week relative to the not decided at this meeting when ; :'

ung men of Birmingham Ala., Starke and Lawtey, births far out. past week, making"'conditions favorable quartz.lOt t'was freeing of the Memorial bridge. this action ahold go into effect. I Plant City, Jan. 10.( -Announcement
The minutes of the follow
-o were with Meeker and Mums numbered deaths in these vicinities for fertilizing plants. t i '!"Highway No. 28 was not mentioned meeting was made yesterday- by R.

t the time of the accident, the ," Mr. Currie stated, "since I In full: W. Bur<;#, Inc., that the firm'

,arty had got together_ on the during the 1932. Births numbered in Starke durIng 117, Plant City, Jan. 10.-Big; -eventsin Griffis when I talked to Mr. Mooty therewas The city council of the city of case against the express companyhad

racks below town after having past year this strawberry kingdom crowded Explains n.r" Indication that the bid Starke Florida, met Jan. 3, 1933, been decided In favor of the
and deaths were 63. In Lawtey
een removed from a freight train themselves across the stage in would be withdrawn.. I am at loss in regular session with the following local firm. The complaint of the
81 births and 28 deaths.
there
at two o'clock by L. L. Col- were explain the reason." members present: O. W. Alder- local firm and other shippers was
ere Plant yesterday. Leading the .a
ins 'special agent. for the Sea- just These closed figures an show Increase for the In year the parade City perhaps was the shipmentout Value N. Kendrick W. M. Edwards. Min
rd. birth rate and a decrease In the of here last night of more than man and since Its Inception, activen ments of strawberries out of Flor-
utes of the last were read ,
meeting
,4 Train Unable to dropThey death rate as compared with 1931. 300,000 pints of berries In 19 refrigerator pushing completion of Highway ida are unreasonable. The case

stopped to rest when they In that year births In Starke numbered express cars and some Urge Teacher Not To Dispose of Mo. 28, was also at loss to explainthe and approved. was that of R. W. Burch, Inc., et al
be- at Too Great A action of the road board."I Ordinance to abolish position of of Plant City vs. the American
_ bed the fourth signal light 105, and deaths were 63. In 00 pony refrigerators. Paper tax introducedand
town, and Meeker Mullia and Lawtey there were 68 births, and Of equal or perhaps more im- Discount was very much surprised city assessor was Railway Express Company. Other
I I 'when I read It Mr. told read In full. Councilman P M. local shippers Joining In the com-
Campbell
,
theiron announcement
the -
e i stretched out, pillowing the number of deaths was the1 portance was )
rule be
Barefoot moved that the
the railroad track. Suit I.same, 28, for the years 1931 and that the Interstate Commerce I "Do not dispose of your script The News. plaint were Lee R. Miller R. J.
waived and ordinance be read by
,,a fifth member of the party, 1932. Commission had decided In favor at too great a sacrifice," Super- Meanwhile work is progressing I Head, W. B. Chandler ft Co., Dover

;; e name was unknown to the Figures from registrars of vital of R. W. Burch, Inc., and other intendent A. J. Griffis is urging ,on the surfacing of Highway No. Its title onlq. Said motion was Growers association, L D. Gld-

jys, oat'down to rest on a near- statistics in New River and Brooker shippers In the ease against the, teachers in the Bradford County 28 from San Mateo to Shell Bluff carried. Barefoot dens of Lakeland and the E. W.Wiggins .
M.
Councilman P. again
, k. had not been received up until ,express company seeking lower schools The first" of this paper by the T. B. Olllespte Co., paving Co.
moved that the rules be further
e testified that all five drop- time for going to press, but will carlot rates for berries out of payment was Issued to the teach contractors.The The Burch firm announced yesterday ".
waived and that said ordinance be
off to sleep, but that he was be released as''soon as compiled Florida. A substantial saving will ers several..weeks :ago, and.the bids for the stretch from that as the result of the decision ":

kened to short While by some and sent to this office. be effcted In this way.A superintendent I**afraid that, unless Bunnell to Shell Bluff called for read In full and plated upon its of the Interstate Commerce ::

|se ,and had told the two others Figures made public this week third feature of the day was those receiving it,are awareof cement and It was thought prob- final passage. Said motion was Commission strawberry grower

that they had better take by County Judge E. K. Perryman Its true value, they might dispose able that the type of construction carried and the ordinance read by here and elsewhere In Florida will
of the council in
heads off the track. Theyno show that 122 marriage licenses (Continued on page 4.) of It at ridiculously large dis may have caused the board to chairman city enjoy a substantial reduction in

attention to his warning were Issued In this office during counts. withdraw the bid since there Is full and put on Its passage. The rates. Hearings In the case were

to Mr. Griffis, it was some controversy as to relative roll was called and all members of held In Plant City early in Aprilof
as that they were "only going 1932. This represents a slight decrease According
\Car Told council present voted as follows: effective .
eat a few minutes." I in the number as. comparedwith Owners necessary to borrow $20,000 to be costs. 1931. The new rates will be

i Love said that he cushioned 1931 when 140 were Issued.R. j To Get Tags Soon able to carry on operation of the P. M. Barefoot, yea: O. L. Deas- on or before ,April 20 off
W. M. Edwards T.
CONSUMPTIONBradford ley, yea; yea;
FERTILIZER .
head betwean two cross ties, C. Buford, fire chief, reports schools this year. $4,000 of this this year.School
N. Kendrick, nea, none.
I yea; .
th It touching, but not on topthe that the fire company answered, Automobile owners who are riding amount has been paid back. $12000 ,- The bills were
following
raIL When he next awoke, the worth of script has already County used 209 tons *
but seven alarms during past around with 1932 tags Contests
bllthly ed paid: II. It W. B. Drew order-I
the month of
of fertilizer
and the six flrea and been issued, and it will be necessary during
train, was rushing by, year. There were still on their cars are reminded by December. Broward County led tics supplies, $4.93; J. !ol.

eman off the Was track.e shouting. to them toet one false alarm. tag agents that the purchase of a the end to of issue the$12,000 present more term.before.This the state with 4,243 tons consumed. city engineer, year, $2 .00; N. M. I Get Under Way
will Includean
tag after February 1 Thomas, special police duty, $1.BO;
indebtedness to Only twelve ten were used In
train was brought to a stop will bring the total -
cost in the form of a
additional Starke Telephone Co., phone ser-
"Live At Home"Farmers Bradford during November.to .
ort distance beyond the point twenty-five per cent penalty.The $40,000. vice, $3,CO) Bradford County Tele- Bradford County High School Is
|' the accident occurred. It During the remainder of this the 16 schools in this sec
jre possible to, have among
only way graph,. tax sale advertising, 181.
reported that the engineer Urged beginning" : school year the board expect. to the detriment of the'county's tion of Florida engaged In competitive
escaped the penalty, "" 80; Gaylord Brothers, stamp, $2;
1 the boys a few feet before he receive $37,000 from the State, credit. extra-curricular activities oth-
next month was by storing your
MIMMMW W. W. Balsden, Feeding and caring
the $23,000, from 'the county $3,000from "Had the county school board the General Extension ; -
ched them and applied 1 and leaving It er than athletics,
,
Florida farmers and farm wom- car on January for prisoners, $1925: ; Carl
in tax redemption funds, and felt that this script could not be Florida an-
Ices, but was unable to stop Division of
off streets and public highways
the
to be
are going encouraged by $2.00
en Johns repairing typewriter, ;
from race track funds, a total redeemed it would never have Issued Work the
e i to avoid the accident. this monthor $3,000 announced last week. on
demonstration entirely during
county and home H. L. Brownlee bond trustees, $2;
.
Frightened Boy Flee this to raise as muchas until the tag is bought. of 68000. It."The bond trustees, $2 Interscholastic contests of debate,
agents year D. A. Montleth, ;
tit and Love Mr. Griffis calls attention to the law is plain relative to payment declamation plays, publications -
were broughtby after oratory,

possible of the family living: on If you have driven your car R. J. Davis, bond trustees, $2.00;
the train but were not fact that the script Issued must be of Indebtedness of previous spelling, and academia!
crew la
and the
_ 1 tag
_ the farm, to reduce costs of pro- January Mrs. Alice Shepard Interest on
ed coroner's redeemed before schools can be year before borrowing for opera- Is under la
when A Jury, before February 1, the subjects getting way
duction, to diversify their crops, purchased bond $30.00; Bank of Starke, in-
fled by County Judge E. K. will be added regardlessof :operated next year. tion in a current year. earnest with the opening of the
and to make all expenditures return penalty terest fund, payment of Interest
hold
returned verdict that The following statement was Issued "My advise to those who schools after the holidays.
n, a I
when Is purchased.
the tag .
the utmost value for the mon
due, January 1, 1933 $3,720.00.Council
Wednesday script Is to give only a fair discount -
ker and Mullis had met accl- ey. These were the principal All vehicles must have tags by by the superintendent adjourned to next meetIng Suwannee. County High Schoolat

fctal deaths. The fifth membere recommendations adopted today In March 1, or the driver will subject ) for cash. Live Oak, Bradford County

party the boy whose name their plan of work by the super. himself to. arrest when driving I "School script is being discounted (Signed) A. J. Griffis, Carl Johns, Clerk. High School at Starke, Clay County -

unknown to the others, fled visors and specialists of the Agricultural on public thoroughfares. at a loss to the Individual and Superintendent.Law's High School at Green Covet

the time of the accident and baabeen Extension Service, whichis Springs, Columbia County High,
OmceholdersWives
located since. the State office of county and -- School at Lake City, Jasper, Olus-

ert Meeker, father of the dead home demonstration agent work. Lose Jobs Under Lei tee, Wellborn, "Macclenny. Ketter-

., arrived here Sunday morning It was pointed out that the farm Mission Is To Heal II llnus High School at St. Augustine

took both of the bodies by and the farm home are becomingmore i of thecomptroller' Andrew Jackson, Robert E. Lee
Records
k to Fitzgerald for burial. He closely allied in the farm Tallahassee Landon Kirby-Smith, Rlevervlew,
that ten
show
office
that the boys were on their Arlington and Eastport School of
business, and both men and wom- .
to visit Meeker's grandmoth women employes, wives of state or Jacksonville,are contesting school

_ a Pahokee, where they hoped en are endeavoring the to find means in- By L. F, CHAPMAN Illness. For years everything has a single mistake If he has shown I county officials, will be retiree In the 11 counties which make up

__ btaln employment. of supplementing family Superintendent Florida State been done for them.' that he wants to start anew, that 'from service Jan. 15. Comptroller district three so far, and there will,
comes, as well as keeping the family shall not hold him down,, announced when he took office
In
fore returning to Fitzgerald, Farm And then without preparation, the past Lee probably be additional schools entered -
to a minimum. Home
hort prayer was said over the demonstration outgo agents and county a sense without warning, they are forever, that. the splendor of he that he was advising all employee!' before the registration period -, ;

tea by Rev. W. E. Daugherty agents are rendering helpful ser- Tallahassee Jan. 7.In: the past ( given ten dollars in money and a future in better than the horror of. whose family heads are employee closes on January 15th.! The a

he Christian Church,' who knew vices to farm families It was several years, upwards of 24,000 suit of clothes and thrust out the the past, why should right thinking by state or county they will be retired total enrollment throughout the>
the cheery "Good men and women In Florida nol in conformity with his campaign state Is hundred fifty.
{father of the Meeker boy hav- shown.' men and women have been sent to main gate with now one

*.performed his marriage cere- The extension workers have I Raiford by the courts of the State. luck" of their comradea-tn-suffer- meet this stirring endeavor halfway pledges. The lint: Mrs. Ceo eight schools In forty-eight counties
You ? C. White, wife of the state ban! ;
o y for him years ago In ,Geor- given careful consideration to the XXX ing ringing In their ear
agricultural outlook for'1933, and Only three per cent of them die would not believe It If I were toteD One of the earnest effort of the analyst; Mrs. Russell Mlckler.; Following triangular debates on':

1 Suit and Love, the two youthso have formulated recommendations at Ralford. Ninety-seven per cent you how often they ask to stay Board of Commissioner is to Mrs. F. E. Steinmeyer; Mrs. J. M February 24 and group one-actj ,ti

were lucky enough to live to and plans tjvelr with all pointsof go out Into life, for better or another day or two. They are lost. maintain In every possible way the Garland; Mrs. Walter S. McLIn, play contests on'March 3, the

"I the story will not find It necear the outlooklng being considered. worse, to take their places in the Their lack of orientation Is per- atmosphere of the dignity of the wife of the state motor vehicle schools will enter district tournaments -
and the majesty commissioner Mrs. W. M. McIntosh -
to continue their hoboing inarch complex arrangement we call the fect. XXX: State government ; on March 1. The tournament
of To Forget of the law. One thing cannot be wife of the comptroller'8chlet for district three will be held
a Job. They have been ATTENTION BERRY GROWERS social order.; That this' event is a Ned
of trifled with at Raiford, and that It clerk; Mrs. Ethel Jones; MrsJ. direction
_ employment picking strawrrles matter of importance cannot be What eventually becomes at Live Oak under the
to Florida. the power of the State government W De Mllley; Mrs. W. L. Fra of Mr. J. E. Arnold, supervising
for Deputy J. B. Bapp. If you have a radio listen In to questioned by one who stands at them Is of vast concern
DeWitt C. Jones Company station WRUF at Gainesville dally the main gate at Ralford and sees For either they make their places and the respect that It deserves.In leigh, and Mrs. Emma Rogers, a principal Winners there will be>

charge of the ambulance work at 12:45: to 1:00: p. m., when the these men and women leave. It Is as good citizen or they drop back many ways the thought of the cousin of Comptroller Lee. Rec' eligible to represent this districtat
That they need real worth of the government of orda also showed that Mrs. Ernest) the state tournament at Galnes/
connection
with the case and Florida State Marketing Bureau Important first tq the Inmates Into difficulties.
bodies of cheer.and help Is as : Florida is taught,' emphasized and Amos, wife of the former comptroller vUle on March 2224.
were held at the Jones presents Mr. Frank Scruggs, giv- themselves. And then it Is of vast the hand jGROWERS
and Mrs. R. A. Gray, wife -
lertaking parlor where theye Lag the'dally movements of fruits Importance to Florida. For they plain as a tree on a barren field. magnified. --- S
inmates leave Raiford the of state, submitted -
of
prepared for burial and vegetables out of Florida, and are stepping forth Into an unknown That they do not seek help I* due When secretary TO MEET
anda must not go forth with the their resignations to Amos ef
break
---- terminal market prices on same. world in many case x x: x: to a pride that will not they -

lemar Is Attraction His talks are very interesting, and A sense of bewilderment takes :native manhood'that no amount fear that the crushing night of a fectlve Jan 1. The Bradford County Growers'
will fall on t
terrible government
of aid to of this of them when they are released of fault or misfortune can totally
a great growers many ANOTHER TREE BITES DUS1 Association will meet next Tuesday
(
t Woman's first opportunity. They
Club at the
Show them
: state. This I* not surprising. It obscure x x x: night In the courthouse at 7:3O::
with the solemn -
would be surprising if It were not In one sense when men leave should go rather will
the o'clock. Election of officers
oak tree
The immense on
_ known as
worker, and his Temple of For year they have been fed they need to know that the State organization, them their Walnut Street In front of Loule'i. be made for shipping strawberries

series will be the attraction Mr. and Mrs. E3 Moaeley Max- clothed and furnished place to will forget. For force of circumstances government will In give their civil and Service Station was cut down re during the coming season

aordinary at the Woman'si ,vile, girl. January 8. sleep. Not a care ha been theirs have sent many of the men full protection kllle e -
the It was
of city.
cently by
i auditorium tonliht'li'rIday( ). :Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner beyond the obedience to the rule and women there and the. circumstances personal rights. The beginning whei Construction ''ofhardsurfoced
of Its roots Okahumpka -
adventure Is start. by the cutting
idmlSBion will be children 15c Ralford boy January 11. and performance of a certain have been created by I the trail of new and whet highway between
and the street were paved
ts 25c The Woman's Club, Mrs. Edith Hutchinson Starke. amount of work they have not the people themselves. Why I bag for many helpless man Trout Lake through Howey-ln-the-
laid for the filling ,
The of the State driveways were
1
I' whose sponsorship Nemar i Is boy, January 11. been compelled to hunt a Job nor should the past not be buried? woman. people station, and had become dangerous I HUU, and Ualaha to this place

pearlDg, Is expecting a large : Mr. and Mr*. Leslie Libby seek.credit at the corner grocerynor Why should a man be bounded for- 'started recently.

t tv,attend Starke, girl, January 3. send for a doctor In case of ever merely because he has made, (Continued on page 4.), to leave standing

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGitAPU STARK E, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 13. Wtfj

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-, ---- -- -- --- --- -- of urine kept favorable. Worry and indigestion Stuart t--;:
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--------- ---.---- --- ---------- ------------- DIET produce one or two quarts Construction ,!
I daily. Excessive thirst accompanied -I keep company but appetite ,shortly on $384.000 bridge projectNo'r1CE

HIGHLAND of series of articles by large quantities of urine Is attends good humor and pleasant
Is a
I HAMPTON (This one OP IIPF.riAL HMST1.J
:
Thus diet ob-
a
companionship.
indication of diabetes or some :'
J prepared under the auspices an "SALE' ]
.., Ml.. Ads Nimmo. Cor. M. E. Crews Cor. of the Florida Medical Association.The other abnormality. The normal, noxious or unattractive to the pal- Notice In hereby !Riven I thai injn
ate is to be shunned and bickering
and
drink water purnunnt to that
j series is intended to give tersely healthy person may r.irtaln rl| i
:, between meals but the undernourished or nagging at meal time predisposes decree of forpcloiure and sale mu
States to the lay reader Informationon with or on the 16th day of
J. L. Nimmo of the United Rev. L. E. Mosley of Jacksonville should avoid too much to dispepsla.! 19.12 and entered IInctheeMCr.?r'

: J Navy: of Los Angeles, Calif., and la spending some time with SOBER general health subjects.) at meal time and take con, : Court of Bradford county Florid: t 1,1,,I, ,.
,: wife, are the guests of Mr. Nlmmo's Mr. and Mra. D. C. Mosley. PARAGRAPHS FOR Next to contract bridge, diet la liquid centrated foods of high caloric I Lake Worth-Federal worK on that wherein certain Auitln oau.8 therein Compla'r.palldinI.
Cary. la
father, J. W. Nimmo and Mrs. Leta Rossignol and B. :M. THINKERS probably one of the greatest of all ant and H. C. Carll-i'
Eldrldire
r value. This does not exclude milk Improvement of East Coast Canal: ; :,
Miss Ada Nimmo this week. Indoor pastimes. So Peek and Ilva Peek his
aunt Wimberly of Jacksonville were American wife; M, I
1 which has a rather high nutritional channel the entire length of Lake Edwardn. a widow Cornelia
seems
Edward Walters, That "Forgotten Man information Is : P,.I'|
Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly much conflicting
,f the guests Long, a widow; Julian
U
be used freely. Worth under appropriation Peek
f pf Green Cove Springs, were calling Sunday. to me, to be John J. Rascob. available that it Is difficult for any value and may I emergency I. Perryman tils "t
Texas Stampeder, 8. Appearance of food. The appearance of $186,784, under way by and E. K.PerrrymanPhk
the ,
don't evaluate
in our town last Saturday. Charlie Sapp of Lake Butler, Why one but an expert to a husband
c babel
and of food, its savory odor dredge Norman H. Davis of Clark ; Peek Hitch t"t
of Waldo Is Cactus Garner, be consistent James H.
Mrs. Maude Wesley was a business visitor here Friday. proposed diet.Dietary I Bitch her husband; J W
and set the date for and the seasoning are of Import Dredging Co., Miami. Andrews, Lols Peek
p spending this week with friends Mrs Ralph Whipple and C. D. I sensible once, Requirement P. Saylei.. Bay I.. and E.:
her
"All Fool'sDay" 1 ance. Certain digestive juices are : husband; Sinclair i-
and relatives here this week. Jacksonville visited beer on April first Peek and Myra
Peek
Forsyth of There are at least eight important -I hln wife; W
attractiveness Cornerstone of Everglades
to the
secreted in Pahokee H. Torode
Paul Mast who was operating of course. response and Pauline Torode'hi'
which
friends here Thursday.J Congress on I considerations by any of the food even before it Masonic Lodge No. 211 F. wits; and Sinclair JU Peek aa'I.d.
t? the garage and filling station near L. Butts was a business visitor The wets opened diet may be evaluated. mlnlatrator of the Comer L Peek-
noise and is eaten. Likewise, the mental and A. M., being constructed on deceased
,
'i the curve north of Starke has located to Jacksonville Saturday. Dec. 5th with a great are Defendants. 1 will
much that Senator 1. Caloric Value. The amountof state should as far as possible be Belle Glade-Pahokee road laid. sell at public outcry for cash to the
(i at Ocala. He was a good Mrs. N. T. Green and children of much haste so highest bidder at the front door
r mechanic and will be greatly missed 'Starke spent Tuesday here with Rankin of Mississippi, remarked: nutrition must be adequate to the County courthouae In Htark()f,

'ti here. relatives. "I hope they will give the chaplaintime maintain the body weight within Is Found To Be Bradford the legal County hor. ot sale Florida on, tha durlrnr
R. X* Blrt of Gainesville was Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and C. M. to finish his prayer." This 5 or 10 per cent of the accepted Drum day of February A. D. 1K33 the 61b

the guest of his brother, C. A. Blrt, Grlffla were transacting businessIn scribe thinks a cork-screw would average. Persistent under or over I certain In Bradford pieces County of property, iiij
; Florida -
.
this week. Starke Tuesday. have been more fit than a prayerto weight indicates defective diet or Modern Orchestra i described, as follows,
la abnormal state of health. Basis of SVi of Section 25
an Township/
Miss M. E. Ricks and C. M. Grlffla open a beer Congress.We South Range 23 Fast 4
and
made a business trip to Jacksonville further think, that from 2. Bulk. The bulky foods N',* of NEW also described Mb}i NU>f
I Wednesday. what we "read in the papers," that should be present In sufficient of NU of Lot. 1 and a In HuMlIm :fl i
RAIFORD to one or two Township 4 South Range 22 Kant
produce
of those hilarious Congressmen quantity
I S many K. 11. HUMPHRYS!: ,
\ Cor. on December 5, are about to daily evacuations. Too much coarse npecml Master In Chancery
Bed Kerce. FRED M.
decide that about 75.2 per cent food Is not desirable since over- ComplaInant'BURNS Solicitor
Gum Branch of their beer is froth. stimulation causes irritation of the l66t-2-3.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spires of Cor. This decision is being reached, colon with either constipation or NOTICE; OF APPLICATION FOIL 1
Santa Fe, were here Sunday as the Elizabeth Harnage because they have had time to diarrhea, a condition known as Irritable TAX: Iii isWlttreldt'eholder

f; guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. sober up somewhat. On December colon pr spastic colitis. of(riven/tax,certlflcnte that Carl

"' r : C. M. Bitch, Mrs. Spires' brother Misses Elizabeth Harnage and /5: they were simply drunk on 3. Protein. The body must have No. 270 7th day of July, A. D. 1910,

I I ; and family. Gladys Keene were the guests of the wine of their political victory. enough protein to replace the broke ha.flee filed and said made certificate application In for my tux of
Everyone here was suprlaed and Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp And It is well, that circumstanceshave i en down tissue and worn out body deed to IHHUS thereon In accordance

r : eorry to learn of R. D. Altman's Sunday. decreed that they take a little cells and other foods cannot be with law.the following Said certificate described\ embrace -
prop.
,' resignation as school principal. Mr. Mrs.' Nancy Keene and children while to sober up, and also, substituted for this necessary ele t' erty situated (In Bradford. County h

P' -. Altaian was admired and liked by are spending a while here with her give the American people time to ment. The growing child needs .,y Florida Lots. ,20 to-wit 21 In: Wood lawn In St

the faculty and pupils, and we all parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ker- come to their "sober second relatively more than the adult, lion 14, Twp. 6 S. H. 22 Eant so I

a hated to see him go. Much success thought," before they repeal the while a minimum of 2 ounces anda x acres The assessment. of said ..e
Is, hoped for him in his future sey.Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and fam- 18th Amendment, and flood the maximum of 6 ounces of protein a > \ under the Bald certificate tanned prop wan i> a

,'.1 position. He accepted a place in ily attended the birthday dinner country with beer, and hard liquor should suffice the average individual In Unless the name. said of certificate J. A. AsperKrcn shall b e

t-. the Ocala High School, it was said. given at the home of Mr and Mrs too. for one day. Larger quantities deemed according to law tax ,deed y 1)-)

Ernest Hewitt, assistant principal, W. R. Kersey Friday.Mr. All real honest, sober, patriotic, of protein are unnecessaryand will Indue thereon on the 30th Uy R

who came here two months after Wilbur Thomas and W. J. God-fearing citizens of this nation may be harmful. of.tafhl.A23Pti 1933.day jf Decenit. ,
\\t. school opened was appointed principal Carter of Duke Station were visiting will feel ashamed of a House of 4. Fat and Carbohydrate Ratio. A. D. 1032. v

LR i for the remainder of the present J. A. Harnage Saturday evening Representatives that will legalize The fat should bear a definite ratio LSEF (Seal) Clerk O. W.of ALDERMAN.Circuit Court,

s 'j, term. Mr. Hewitt has already I and license a traffic (for the sake to the carbohydrate. Normally Bradford Conty Florida
i l two years experience as a principal There was a large crowd attending :',of I'evenuethat- will make drunkards three times as much carbohydrateas \3 12-30-6t-l-27.
t of schools here In our county, the B. Y. P. U. social givenat out of Its citizens. God says, fat constitutes a correct proportion NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL Er
therefore and Mrs. T N. S which -\ for if more than twice as TAX IIKUI1
and Is a home-county boy, the home of Mr. "Woe unto them Justify Notice Is hereby given, that Dr.
we expect great things from Norman Friday night. (license) the wicked for' reward much fat as carbohydrate Is eaten I S. P. Vandlvlere, holder of part tax

t him and don't think there will be Miss Lillian Kelley spent Friday (for revenue). See Isa. 5:22: ; acidosis deve op!!. This same con certificate, A. D.No.1929 228, has 5th filed day said of certificate August \ .- t

Pl'w a disappointment, In the least. night with Misses Mattle and 23. dition results from starvation due in my office and made application

The LaCrosse girls basketball Carrie Belle Norman. Question: Who said, "Whether to the use of fat stored in the tis on In accordance for tax deed with to Issue law. there.Said

team from Lacrosse, defeated the Mrs. Marlon Browning and chil- 3.2 per cent beer is Intoxicating, certificate embraces the following e

t, girls team here Friday afternoon dren of Raiford, spent Saturday depends on whether you are ex sues.The protein foods are meat fowl, described County property, Florida situated, to-wit In: Bradford e

a i1 in a hard fought square game. The night and Sunday with her par- 'perimenting with a high school fish, eggs, cheese, nuts, some cereals EMi of SWVi of SB(4 and SM of BElt t

8 score as the game ended was 30-13 ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards. boy or a Congressman." peas and beans. The protein of SEU containing Section 84, Twp.acres.The .5 S. R. UEa.t ,
w in favor of the visitors. Our girls Miss Hazel Sapp spent the weekend One of the major charges the intake should be equivalent to an N l.B.DB1 assessment of said property

have had but little practice, but with her sister, Mrs. P. D. Red- wets have made against prohibition egg a serving of meat and a pintof R'S OiT under the said certificate Issued wa rl
have greatly improved since their dish, Is: that It develops and cul- milk daily. ; : In the name of Brevard Properties"unlesT'sald eel,

4 first game with LaCrosse as the Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez were tivates drinking in the home. They 5. Vitamins. Certain food elements certificate shall be redeemed
to law, tax deed
l score then was a complete defeat.R. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. have also declared in their platform which are necessary for nor 4r-r-.1 1'1.1 J"r r will Issue according thereon on the 23rd day
D. Altman was In Lake Butler H. L. Edwards Sunday. and campaign speeches, mal health are called vitamins. J J of January A. D. 1933.
,, 'A- all\tti,wWt ht'1f\ w..t."f-WhAh\o.a.\. !\ Dated this 19th day of December 1 1we
ta/atk." ,
r + Saturday afternoon, and later against the return of the saloon. Those most familiar to us are A. 1try ae1p.s )1'- A. D. 1932.

I f was In Gainesville on business. Now what In the language of the B, C, and D. Of these, vitamin C O. W. ALDERMAN.
) Circuit Court, tin
Mr. M. A. Blackwelder and E. L. BOATDRAINMlsa Texas Stampeder, if they "keep Is easily lost by cooking but the Bernard Barton's Playingof "Musicians as a rule do not take (Seal) Bradford Clerk of County Ftorldn.. Bel
% L Hewitt of Worthington springs "faith with the American pea others are able to resist heatingto the drum seriously and it is onlyon i2-23-6t-l-17..
TuIt'
_
f were here over the week-end vis'g Cherry Iforrell Cor. I am wondering where the drinking boiling. It should not be necessary Instrument Gives rare occasions that one gets 1VOT1CB OK. APPLICATION son
the latter's brother Ernest will be done? 0, out behind the to use the concentrated vitamins True RatingNew the musical value out of the In- TAX WEBB
strument. Yet it would not be that O. W. tet
% Notice Is hereby given
s Hewitt. Miss Maggie Donnelly and Marie barn of course where such things If a proper selection of possible to have a dance orchestra Alderman holder of tax certlflcat.
s v Miss Lucille Edwards, a teacher Wednesday with Mr. ought to be done, if done at all. foods Is made which contains the without a drum although any No. S64. 7th day of July, A. D. 1989
Long spent York City. Though the ,.
of the local faculty Is on the sick But with saloons (and there substance in a natural state. be substi- and part of tax certificate No. 234
no other instrument might has
r and Mrs. F._ R. Coleman.We drum is ordinarily relegated to the Bth day of August A. D. 1929 tel
; list this week at her home at the are to report that Mrs.F. will be none, unless they break Fruits and green vegetables, milk, the orchestra there are tuted for it Drum beats are the filed said certificate In my office m.ex.
sorry back of ,
r state; farm. Mrs. Edna Cox, also R. Coleman is on the sick list faith with the American people," the husks and germ centers of cereals some super-drummers who bring teeth of the band." and Issue made application thereon In for accordancewith tax deedto
..oft the state farm Is relieving her. where O where, will the assortment of vitamins Mr. Barton has studied the drum
q this week. We wish her a speedyrecovery. pie") provide an I lit to the fore. Bernard Barton law. Said certificate embracesthe PCat
i; T. S. Thomas and Col. Hunterof selling (of hell's ellxer) be done? sufficient to maintain a normal of the Weede Meyer Orchestra In many lands he says. "In Haiti following described properly'
r manager natives often drop from exhaustion situated In Bradford County, FlorIda -
Lake Butler were here Friday Yours for the American Constitution state of health.
Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker ia one great musician who with the to-wit:
r I' visiting the school. We are always 6. Minerals. All the essential trying to keep up W a acres of E* of SWIG of NW\4\
Is
will preach the morning and eve- a drummer. rhythm of their elongated tom Sec. 2-6-22 and E 12 acres of 81'14
glad to have members of the ning sermon at China Grove Bap- W, E. Daugherty. minerals are provided In the vita I "Though the basil of our music of NW% Seo. 2- -J3.
d school board to come and visit us tist Church next Sunday. min foods except iodine. Even this is the African drum the drum has tom."Many of our most popular under The the assessment said certificate of said property Issued

and see what Is going on. Misses Hazel and Florence Apopka Central Florida Fruit Is present in many foods grown in not been developed as have the' tunes are real drum numbers andI was In the name of Unknown.
in soil containing this substance. The other instruments In the band" am surprised that more leadersdon't Unless said certificate shall *"
afternoon Co. installing machinery pack-
,
spent
Honraby Sunday
deed
adored redeemed according to law, tax
for his take of the
Barton advantage
", L. railroad this absence of iodine causes goiter and apologizes possibilities the 16th day !r
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Prevatt and Ing house on A. C. medium. "Yet the tom-tom beat of the instrument.'What's will Issue thereon on
ZIFF family. week. in those sections of the country of the drums from tribe to tribe the Use 7' the fox trot OfJt am.AilRi day 19SS.of Decemb.r.A. .
I
where this disease is prevalent, the in Africa has made the basis for ballad that Is played and sung D. 1932.
t' Mis. L.la Ma. Lewla. Car. Ta-varea Miss Eloise Griffin Sebring-Wm. Muff and sons use od iodized salt Is advisable. American jazz. Though we have everywhere, is typical of the kind (Seal) O. W. ALDERMAN Cltrcult Court, etIrl
n'' n opened beauty parlor In Gardner opened retail store in connectionwith 7. Fluids. Sufficient water and appropriated, we have done little of dance tune that shows up drum Bradfordr County, Florida.
} Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jacksonvllle building. bakery on North Pine street. other fluids must be consumed to to elaborate this beat. possibilities, at their test. 12-16-61-1-13.

r' was In our section Wednesday

j of this week. THE; MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L: F. Van 'Zelmflnthj
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham -
were visiting here last Wednesday -

q and Saturday.
Rev. J. H. Kelley and Mr. Zen- UttzsMAIN !' LADIES ""D' fiEMTUrrtEN, |T< INVENTION 'fal4*' WEEK" 14J UNOWIH AS JOOO aUtt-eLArtKS

bus Williams attended church at :! : -THE CIGARETTE BUTT E "GU15HEQ.* HOLLY WOOD
CAMP
*
+ Shady. Grove Saturday and Sun STREETS MX L VOfZUS M FOLLOW LIGHTED ,t( Q

day. LEADING NEW4PAPCL_ CIGARETTE BUTT 14 LAID IN ASH TizAY @. A9 \PUMNAPD SMI1U rcwpocMtut US ?*UfCB
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams of ,
SA'/ir
+ SMELLY tMO(21"E$ IT w CAUGHT IN FUNNEL Q.
Lake Butler, have moved here We E
'' all welcome them. LATEST INVENTION trt TEM OP FUNNEL A A SERIFS OF BALL BEAlllttG4@
tic yonsYlui FtMMK* ISOduE
Mr. O. Berry of Lake Butler Is IS$ rOR SMOKERS BEVfirVS! ON SCREEN QV.) ALHAHWM MOBILE

spending a while here. AS SHOVE RISES IT PUSHES BALL BEABIN63 UP so-a 1 02 CALIF.I ALA.

sons Mr., and of Jacksonville Mrs. H. E. Thomas spent last and -'O T OflABETO\ MURKS AND OUT OF OPENING (@). THEY ROLL DOWN TO T>NK J @. I I na.rae alslse.FtttD, r cudeenci CHB4TBOr wutonTOAT

k; Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. J. ,. NEVER, PUT OUT TMElK WHICH I It PAQTIAUY RILED WITH WATER.: A* CALL ratss. I II

B. Thomas. SMELLY WEEDS>> SUHEM/ UAClMGS DROP IN TANU\. WATER BrtESjAND' ON CODERS READY I

Mr. Henry Shaw was visiting in FINISHED WITH/ THEM. REACHING LEVEL <@) IT FLOWS PCNUN\ PIPE Q0 AND FOB SHIPMENT

LaCrosse Saturday.Mr. THEREFORE, T. EWSCN PROMPTLY EXTINGUISHES TUB LIGHTED BUTT. V
and Mrs. W. S. Ray and
SMITH MAIN SUBSET'SBOf f
children have returned to their A
home at Hlnesville after spending INVENTOR,HAS DEVISED \,

') .,..- several months here with Mr, and A SCHEME WHICH AUTOMATKAUX -
(! Mrs. J. W. Lewis. DOES WHAT THE ?

There was a dance given at the CKjABtTTE NURSERS T1
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home of Mr. and Mrs. Mlnzie and SHOULD 3X3. Otaa..a a6a+4_. r- -_. w
1 Frank Groover Friday night.

Services were conducted at Dea-
-
don church last Saturday and Sunday
y s by Pastor Rev. G. E. McGau- DOROTHY DAKNIT ry unarles McManus

Jey of Brooker.Mr. .

C. S. Kelley was attendingto FRe511

business in Starke Saturday. AIJ\ >,twSAGQTO.OAY I
pN! WHAT
A MICE f" \ \ X


> hy LITTLE SPRINGS L FAT DOG \ $ 9A4EOUTC
I ((3unHERN To D Y
fi Willie Ma Nc\v ome, Cor. I H E PooR DOG! x-

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t I _... \ r
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,' a 'Iron Saturday night and Sunday.I Ik I HIM

d Mrs. C. S. Carter was visitingher \
daughter Mrs. Darby Gaskins 1
1pv i of Wateroak section Sunday. I

), Mrs. Susan Denmark and daughter n
Evelyn Rivers of Jacksonville "
:
j Pt: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. !
'6 j C Lr Carter Frlda afternoon. ( a
I
e Mr. C. L. Carter made a trip
p to Jacksonville Monday night and

03 I I bought a new truck to haul berries

In.
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1 Sebring-Gregg Maxcy and F.
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4 io A. Sebring prcbased Interest formerly .U!
held by O. D.'Garrett: In Lake-

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STRAWBERRY PRODUCTIONBy

; A. N. Brooks, J. R. WatI I

: CD H0 S. JOURNAL I son and CUTWORMSFollowing Harold Mowry I Big Business As Career



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their usual habit of

Editor-in-Chief SOPHOMORE NEWS SOCIETY NEWS I THE ABANDONED DERRICK severing succulent stems, these 0 ,
HOPE HATNESManaging caterpillars often cut off the pet. way
Miss Fernandez said that she Mr. C. W. Larson, popular coach "Well Ned what do you think ioles of the leaves of strawberry I ,
: Editor would like to have more than four and chemistry teacher of B. H. S. about it?" plants or the stems of the young 7 _
& ROBINSON
ELDREDGE students on the honor. roll this gave us all a surprise by returningto "I don't know, Tom. I didn't fruit. They also Inflict another
exchange Editor month. I Starke with a bride Congratulations find anything very promising, did type of Injury by attacking the
ABBIE HARLEY Alice Mast went to Gainesville i to the' groom! And best you?" green but well grown fruit from y

Literary Editor during the holidays. wishes to the bride! "I found an old oil derrick butI below, often hollowing It out until !
LUCILLE EDWARDS Mary E. Wynn spent part of Clyde Morgan motored to Jack- don't suppose that has anythingto nothing but the "shell of the berry i.
{ 1 the holidays in Lake Butler. sonville last Saturday night. do with Uncle Jack's disappearance. Is left or they may make only a ,
Sports Editor We all enjoyed our two weeks "Bee" Miner spent last week in He must have been crazy to small hollow In It. This Is done ., v3ai'v
i I JOHN INMAN vacation, but we would have en- Baldwin. try to fulfill the terms of that leg- without severing the berry from '

Society Editor joyed It more had it not been for The "Lawtey Kids" had another acy. I would let this old haunted the vine. {

JOYCE MAST the Influenza epidemic. "shin dig" Saturday night. place go before I'd risk my life." I Control-One:: of the beet Insect-

Carra Belle Norman and Melvin Jennie Dunn has moved to The people just talking were Ned tlcldes for cutworms and one of O t
Class Reporters Crosby spent part of the Christmas Gainesville and the Seniors have Barclay and Tom Rogers, who :; the most cheaply applied Is the x
12th Grade Jennie Dunn holidays In Jacksonville.We I lost a class reporter. were at an old farm In Oklahoma. I I poisoned bran bait. This Is made 0 C"J-'

11th Grade Bunnle Canova, are very sorry to hear that' Martha Brownlee spent last Tom, a boy of eighteen, was very i I by mixing thoroughly 23 pounds of

Marjorie Stump Mrs. Long Is ill, and hope that she week in Jacksonville and Alachua. much concerned with the disappearance -: bran and a pound of Paris greenor
10th Grade, Louise Snyder9th will soon recover. Gratton Cooper Is convalescingafter several weeks ago of' one and one-half pounds of calcium : r; '
Grade, Hazel Lennon Miss Geraldine Johns spent the a tonsil operation. his uncle, who was trying to solve I I arsenate. The bran and

Joke Editors holidays in Gainesville.Miss Billy Edwards, an ex-student of the mystery of the so-called'I I poison should be mixed very thor-
CLYDE MORGAN Elizabeth Hollingsworth B. H. S., has returned here to "haunted" house of a deceased rela- oughly. Not less than 10 minutes
spent Christmas in Gainesville. school.A. tive. Ned was an old miner, who I should be occupied In this mixing. DON BIdELOW't

HWJBTII GRADE REPORT Misses Dorothy Sapp and Mildred -, E. Wall and Eldredge Rob- was a very close friend of Tom's. I This dry mixture Is then moistened t
Hundley spent new year's in inson motored to Gainesville to The "haunted" house was a ,,with enough water to make It molat 1Ii

Harold Bishop brought our room Gainesville. I Sunday school. large two-story building, badly !n'''but not sloppy, so that when sown i
fish. Misses Myra and Myrna Frlnk Hope Haynes who was absent need of paint. Large oak trees, I i lit will fall in small flakes. This
a' old '
.lusle: Todd has not been toi" motored to Gainesville Monday. I several weeks of last semester because hanging with moss, surroundedthe I will require about two and onoI .
ol since before Christmas. of Illness, has returned to place. All to be seen for miles :I half gallons of water for the 23 : .

e have a new picture In our NEWS OF 11B ROOM school. Glad to have you back, around was brush-covered land. In I pounds of bran. This bait shouldbe 0o a

the title of It Is, "Age of In- Hope! the distance could be seen an old put out In the evening after the 0
cence." The students of 11B room under Bunnle Canova had a party durIng oil derrick, a relic, which proved to I sun has set BO that It will not dry

|we enjoyed our vacation, but the direction of Mrs. T. J. Alder- the Christmas holidays. She be worthless at the time of the oil out and a few flakes should be dis-
had the house decorated taste boom. I tributed around each plant. The \
e t are back at work now, harderan man prepared a Christmas box very l
ever, as we all hope to be which Included an entire Christmas : fully. Contests and dancing were Ned and Tom ate a cold lunch'I 23/ pounds should suffice to cover oov

empt- at the end of school. dinner. Since the students enjoyed throughout the evening.At and prepared a bed of moss on the I four or five acres. i o.aiwwww ,,
late hour Bunnle serveda floor. In the night they were --.
knew of a family which would a very ,' Many growers prefer, Instead of ,I
|RS. BOREE'S SIXTH GRADE greatly appreciate such a box a salad course to about thirty awakened by a terrible scraping I 23 pounds of bran a mixture of
committee from the class presentedthe guests. noise. It seemed to come from
,,12 1-2 pounds of bran and 12 1.2
[we are really glad to get back box to the family Christmas Margaret Williams spent the hol-. under the house. I pounds of cottonseed meal. This
I "
school although we surely en- morning and reported that the idays in Waycross, Ga. "What-what's that' Ned? ask- I mixture Is a little more sticky than fW,6- '-.rJ Jj.tt!
ed Tom who although ?T1g: :1rTtmt .
our unexpected extra week's family was Indeed very happy to Martha Brownlee had a spend- was frightened the bran alone. .!: ", ..:
yed ation. receive the gift. the-night party. The guests had he disliked admitting It. ,.IIJ f..a4 hu lpt I, of'd for Har.vrd,_eat.ty toed hu 1" 01$ '1'.1 l4 a deer f Hu.J
If cut worms are not sufficiently
After our two weeks vacationwe dinner and breakfast with the "I don't know. If we can find I t
of In our room
[A number pupils numerous to make this worthwhile
hostess. loose boards In the floor, we will
all have returned to school with
tven't returned to enroll for this ? they can be dug up and destroyed Son of Steel Becomes business onions, especially if he is j
I renewed interest and determination Dot Bitch entertained Miss Doris soon find out. Examine the boards Magnate .
haven'tit orchestra leader lie has to> :
Iester. they
We hope an
If will
throughthe
"flu." to study and to prepare our Yaegle with a dance Friday eve- in the other room, Tom"The I one go Famous Orchestra make contract involving millions J1
the in the
had arrived In new lessons to the best of our ability. ning. She served punch and sand- two searched in vain for an patch early morningand Leader and must certainly know what it
James just Inch under all
r .- Here is hoping that we may be : wiches. Favors which were tied ona opening. dig ant or so all about before he assumes a
across I
rk after a weary Journey Well Tom let's back to bed. severed leaves or berries he seen. orchestra roll. t.
distributedto modern
able to enjoy the privileges that Christmas tree were go pay t.Is
off
e Atlantic. As he walked with exemption from examinations -' each guest. In the morning we will find out he will usually discover the cul- New York City.-"Music t I..* as "Yet commerce has not taken
ship, he saw a man In a diving go without much trouble. Business steel. of music. The
e Bunnle Canova went to the Zoo what Is going on around here. prits much a Big as the artistry out ,
at the end of this semester.
tflt climb out of the water. In the the two were Preventive mnwHiren:Cutworms This Is the opinion of Don Bifte- modem dance band player must
morning
"Man, man!" exclaimed James, Sunday. are always worse In beds made up low, blue stocking orchestra leader know his Instrument perfectly. He
;'%STish I'd known about that soon- EIGHTH GRADE NEWS Harry Tyson of the State Farm, again ready to make a thorough on ground which was occupied by of Manhattan. must read well and be a thorough 1
of the old farm.
had as his guest during the holidays search .
te1t: I'd have walked across my- heavy sod. If such land Is to be "Music is as practical ns any so- musician \\1
S. R. Johns. "Last night I thought that I business, declares "However the general run of
self." Our grade Is very proud of AlI for the called biff Bigelow ,
use making strawberry
heard noise like ," Tom has office music has because high
'j' a a pump "My father tin improved
{. Carlisle who the
was only one
beds it should be plowed two or
NEWS I WONDER-tWIIAT, WOULD told Ned while they were eating at his steel plant ready for me, butI salaried men want good stuff to
B NINTH GRADE In our home room exempted on
three weeks before the berries are like music better and I'm making play. Each piece must have some 1
HAPPEN \
all subjects. The other pupils : breakfast. set. Then, 10 days or two weeks more money than any steel outstanding feature. It must not '
:Both sections of the ninth grade made a good showing on citizen- I "Let's go down to the old derrick after plowing the poisoned bran plant could pay a man who had. be just another number. Just now .
were well pleased with their vacation ship. There was not a demerit received If Genevieve wore blue? I and look around. bait recommended above should be been on the Job only one year. college[ songs are in vogue and believe 1
and are now ready for work. by any member of the class If there were no M. O. S. books? I The two made their way through sown broadcast over the land In "A few years afro, musicians me, they must be good. .
Section A was sorry to lose Peggie during the first semester. In fact, If all students guide and hls- brush and thicket to the old oil the evening. The cutworms, ren- were a kind of family! curse. To 'Betty Co-ed' Is Illustrative of the
Turnbull, but the enrollment of every eighth grade pupil had 100' ory work books disappeared T derrick. dered very hungry by their long have one around the home was new type of collegate fox trot that
It has col- ,
If Lucille ever studied her lesson "Look Ned! There's oil on about like having a queer old maid goes for any college.
:':Jlm Moore Edwards makes even per cent In deportment for the here. fast caused by the destruction of aunt. Ono didn't talk about It. leiriate 'it and when a song makes .11oo
tea In this section. first four months. ? these bushes! the grass, will eat this poisoned "But now all that ,!'The freshmen started their high Now that school has opened, we If any one "flunked" chemistry? "The well Is being pumped at bait eagerly and a thorough clean The musician Is respectable and] must have also real musical "
school career last September. Af- are all singing "Happy Days Are If everyone's book reports were night. It has been drilled deeper. up should result. Instead of the respected for h, must know his merit.!; 3;
tef studying hard for four months Here Again." handed in on time? That's what you heard last night!" poisoned bran mash one may scat -- "

most of them passed the mid-term The tadpoles in the science room "Maybe the derrick has some- ter over the ground leaves of mus- about a month in this folded leaf, Winter Garden-Citrus being 1

examinations. We have the opportunity are growing legs. We hope they MISS JACOB'S 6TII GRADEWe thing to do with Uncle Jack's dis- tar or collards or even grass which feeding on Its surface, after whichit shipped from here. vN v

; to pass the last for. So make frogs before they "croak." appearance after all." have been dipped In a strong solu- pupates In the leaf. From this -- .
.;;W$tch our dust.SEVENTH are very sorry that one of "Tonight we'll hide down here tion of lead arsenate, using an pupa comes out a small moth r
NEWS OF 11A ROOM our pupils, N. T. Ritch, is ill and to see what is going on," replied ounce or two to three gallons of measuring only about half in inch SAVE JOHN RUSKINjCKJAfciBANDSL
GRADE NEWS unable to return to school. We Ned.That water.. across the expanded wlnga. The I
The Juniors welcome their new are glad that he is getting alongso night they hid In a thicket Wpbwornm wings are reddish-brown In color i

I All In our room surely enjoyed school mate, Norman .Johns. well at the Riverside HospitalIn not far from, the derrick. They had The webworms (Crambus ep) with black and white markings. r
e. two weeks of holidays. Quite The eleventh A made two large Jacksonville.We not been there long before they often attack strawberry plants Control:-The leaf roller can be
,.number spent the holidays off baskets of fruits and vegetablesand also have a new pupil, Rob- heard the rumble of a car coming and cause considerable damage. controlled by spraying or dusting Ask your dealer)

from home, but a few lost sleep gave them to the Welfare So- ert Blair. along the trail. Presently a truck, These worms get their name from with lead arsenate before the pickIng for new PremIuml

atudylng over exams. ciety for the needy families dur- with three men in it, came Into the fact that they produce a allk season begins. The lead arsenate -
jl-t-We1 certainly are Increasing in ing Christmas.We CHAPEL PROGRAMMr. sight. The men got out, put sev web connecting the outlet of their can be placed in bordeaux If ) n1 Catalog. More*

enrt" >llment. We have a new pupil have Appointed a committeeto eral parts on the pump and began burrow In the plant with the- soil. one Is spraying with bordeaux for Havana tobacco -'

ur room. Erma Blair.e get some songs ready for our : : Gray gave an: interestingtalk pumping. This web usually has particles of other purposes. After the pick- is
e are glad we have a new class. The ones appointed were: In chapel Monday morning. "What are we going to do, soli adhering to it. Like cutworms Ing season begins the use of lead now'

her, Mr. Larson, our physlol- Lois Adkins, Lois Long and Mar- He brought up fine points concern- Ned?" whispered Tom. they are worse on land which sup- arsenate will have to be discon- used in JOHN'RUSKINmaking'
teacher. tha Brownlee. ing our conduct for this new se- "Sh-we can't do anything to- ported a heavy sod before the tinued. At that time one of the

!/; mester. We hope that his talk night. Tomorrow we'll get help strawberries were put out. The fluoalllcatea can be substituted for 1
Irs. Carpenter: "Richard, can Panama City Considerable will soon show good results. and tomorrow night we will stop species found most commonly In load arsenate. Although not as it the greatest: 1

I discuss Harry's Current Event. building activity under way here. this. Keep quiet now and watch. the central Florida area Is about quick in Its action as lead arsenate value at 5c. "
,chard Thede "Yessum. I can Eustis con- Wauchula New strawberry It will kill the In few ? cigar
'Fy : -Gymnasium being Presently the men parted the I as thick as the lead in a pencil ; worms a
cuss it, but not aloud. structed at high school. loading platform completed. thicket and there was the en- : and about 1.2 Inch long with alter- days. It Is best applied as a dust. Smoke the size

trance to a cave where the men nate gray and reddish-brown bars. This Insect also feeds on blackber + prefer -
put the oil. When held in the hand and disturbed rles. It would be an excellent idea } you
; SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG "Look there, will you!" exclaimed the worms wiggle and jump to cut any wild blackberry bushes I Perfecto Extra orr

the Buprlaed Tom. about quite actively.The In the neighborhood of the straw- } Panetela.

"Keep quiet, Tom," cautionedNed. greatest damage caused by berry patch. rs
these worms Is due to their killing Next week: Other Injurious In- ,..,
.
As daylight was dawning in the off the runner plants In the nurs- sects.
1 1il
east the men left."Where's ery. The worm either burrows Into NOW
+ your flashlight, Tom?" the runner and thus kills the Wllliston". 13. McLeod Construction Ii .

Y1laT l Tapoeutll "Here," answered Tom. plant at the tip or burrows Into Co., building commercialfeed '
4'' iLajH {{NpGFIt11 mLL DOV+ttP "All right. Follow me." the plant Itself. After the plantor mill here., to cost approxi- MORE HAVANA E3J I

They went Into the cave and followed runner has been thus attacked mately $23,000.Brooksvllle

the passageway for a long It wilts and dies. ScibSi.I'llVeli9hif
--- Fau (;N A DODYr distance. Suddenly the passageway Among other plants attacked by Ten Cent Store

led Into a large room stacked these worms are beans, peas, and opened on Main street by C. W. LD
Ruiih.
with barrels of oil. In one cor- most of the cover crop plants. ,,
ner the light fell on the figure of Preventive meiuturen These
r ; a man, bound and gagged. Examination !- measures will be the same as those Stuart-C. F Gray moved bar
revealed that the man was for cutworms.The ber shop to Munch's Barber Shopon
Akron Avenue.LeesburgW ,
Tom's Uncle Jack. lAm Roller, Anryll comptana
Uncle Jack, told of how, when This Is a small caterpillar only ,
he discovered the work that was about half an inch long which I W. Williams open-
going on, the men bound and gag folds over the strawberry leaf ed wholesale confectionery business -

ged him and hid him In the cave. along the midrib and lives in this on South 4th St. CIGARS SATISFY.

The large room which they were folded portion eating the surfaceof a
In the cellar of the house. The Palm Beach Mayflower Ho- j
was the leaf. In order to fold the lOc SMOKERS
scraping noise that they had heard leaf more easily it eats away the tel opened for season. ; {

was the barrels being moved about surface of the leaf along the mid

rq I and stored. rib, causing great Injury. It lives '
Uncle Jack Ned, and Tom secured Wake Up Your Liver Bile ;
guns and on the next night mester. She Is a cousin of our ex-
11
,, captured the men without any graduate Guy Andrews.The .

trouble. The three had solved the Seniors were disappointed -Without Calomel ;,
"haunted" house-the terms of the because Dukes did not return to

legacy had been fulfilled. The oil class this semester on account of

was sold and the profit divided Illness. I And You'll Out of Bed U this bile( b ...*anfac frWr,roar art f
Jump
among the three-Uncle Jack Ned dom'l dig.... It ,Jin ...,. IB UM ......., "S
i and Tom. Uncle Jack used his Billy: "How come you go steady in the Morning Rarin to Go 0.. blotta op TOT* .>....... Tee h." .
"
part of the money to restore the with Lillian ? thick W4 tan.u4 10*beets h tool skis \!
+ estate, which was left him by the Harry T.: "She's different from II you feel soar and rank and the rftra braUa eat la '...'... Tow .*.*I IcbM .
legacy, to its former grandeur. other girls." world looks punk,don't swallow a lot ud r*.U4 dom........Your..hii.. )
"'% Billy: "How Is that?" e4 salts, mineral: water, oil. laxative II pos-.4,
SENOR NEWS Harry: "She's the only girl who candy or chewing: pun and expect; I- ..u.CA.8TEa..UTnJILlVWR
.. will go with me." thorn to male you suddenly aweet POX to ct tb..two paak&i ol bflThr

Jennie Dunn, our Senior reporter and buoyant and run of sunshine. Bound fnJraad; m..b.:rua,."up sad e..
has moved away. Anyone wishing Mrs. McLendon: "Your punctuation For they can't do It. They only aatala wonderful. kanalM .-Ga,
the position of reporter please and grammar are simply terrible BOOT the bowels and a mere movement victubtoatrmcti,uudn apply to the president of the class, ." doesn't get at the cause The making 1M UU flow(mlr.:
Ivan Hazen. You may be appoint- Eldredge (literary aspirant): rcMonior your'down-and-out feeling Bat don't..to On*|*ii.l..tai Greets
"Then there Is no hope for me." .U your B.... It should pour out two Lltlte Urar I'IIIa.I.-k for Ik.BUM CuW
'D $ RMAMaiT v-a- ted.We were glad to have Oveda An- Mrs. :McLendon: : "Oh certainly;! pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels Uttte Uric TOm. M tk* r4 ...... aaiese.e I
bWteos W1.......- 0..0.u.c:. !
,
drews come In our class this se- (try dialect stories.
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--- ---- P. M. Barefoot, Mrs A. H. Pitta would be about 23 cars out of the nle Cowart of Heilbronn Springs, been brought into ruinous compe- tence farming 'Is but a cuphemto,

and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. state last night.Yeaterday's were visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. tition with the farmer in the tem- for peasantry. The peasant fart

; Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. movement out of and Mrs. R. F. Merritt and perate zone. Scientific develop- er Is not and can not be a :Qb

ri rf ocietylJj M. S. met on Monday afternoon here brought the season's total :Mr. Frank Merritt and sister Miss ment has made it possible to carry sumer of industrial products m''

with Mrs. G. P. Raymond. The forwarding to more than 1,850,000( Ida Merrltt, : and Mr. Bud Moody I' products from season to season farming reduced to a mere mode
devotional was conducted by the pints of berries and the return to and ),fr.: R. J. Turner were trans- and year to year, also from state of life has 'no place in Americi

leader, Mrs. Raymond who real growers to around $180,000.( acting: business in Starke Monday. I to state and country to country.A Industry cannot afford to t ignoft

Luke,XII 1-22, followed by prayerby lit. and Mrs. R. A. Andrews tremendous increase in importations the buying of 30.000.000 of ''Ut

DOROTIIY WHITECELEBRATES Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Mrs. Feeler. Reports were read Wauchula, Jan. 8. Hardee and children: were business visitors I of coconut and palm oils 120,000,000( people.
also shipments for in Lake Butler Saturday af- forced the American farmer to ex- Mr. Murphy pointed out
BIRTIIDAY Wilson Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whit- from secretary and treasurer, County strawberry that
which the week ending Thursday totaled ternoon.Mr. port a billion pounds of animal fata the war: debts of Europe
aker, Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLen- the report of the bazaar, and the
White, daughter of Mr. don, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns added a goodly amount to our 206,583 pints which brings the and Mrs. Grover Teddar and< each year. The world productionof high tariff walls are contributing
Dorothy
.' and Mrs O. W. White, celebrated Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs :Mr. and funds. season's total to 379,434 pints to son, Theran, spent the weekendat vegetable oils la 1929 was not to the serious plight of our farm-
her fifteenth birthday Saturday Mrs W. E. Torode and Mr. D. W. Bills were allowed and ordered date. Prices are around six to Houston with, friends. far from ten times the butter pro- ers. Nations in debt, he said must
giving a party to a D'Allemberte of Tallahassee. paid. The rest of the afternoonwas eight cents, but are about the We are glad to report that Mrs. duction In the United States. The sell and can not buy.

-evening number of by her friends who showered -S spent In sewing after which same as at this time last year, Stanley Hodges and Mrs. S.. N. farmer has to compete with the "When every nation refuses to

her with lovely presents. MISS BUNNIE CANOVA refreshments were served. when 145,240 pints had been ship- Johns are rapidly improving. ocean as well. In 1931 the world buy and strives only to sell we
and ENTERTAINSA Those present besides Mrs. Ray- Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Andrews production of whale oil was a billion have an economic stalemate rem
Merry games were played music mond were, Mrs. Feeler, Mrs. R. ped.Shipments this week Includedthe have moved into Union county to and a half pounds, and whale iniscent of trench warfare."
radio
both and was
". piano : Green 118- make their home. We will miss oil is now used for making butter Thus Mr. Murphy. Let
rnjoyed. Mrs. White and daughter dellgbttul-affair of Friday eve A. Newsom, Mrs. C. A. Knight and following: Bowling us note
I. Carol, assisted the hostess In ning was the party given by Miss Mrs. J. H. Lord. 496; Wauchula, 46,800; Zolfo them in our community, but we subsltitutea. now Just two statements made by

serving: ice cream and cake. The Bunnie Canova to a number of, The February meeting will be Springs, 43287. The total from hope they enjoy their new home. The American farmer, Mr. Mur- Bernhard Osterlenk an agricultural
birthday cake was beautifully iced friends at her home on Walnut i held at the home of Mrs. Jos. Wilson each point in the county follows: Don't forget church Sunday at phy told the academy, finds himself authority, In a recent Issue "
and ornamented with the required street. I Bowling Green, 185,196:: ; Wauchula, the New River Baptist church. Ev- at a grave disadvantage in of the New York Times.

.. number of candles. Seventeen The lower floor of the home was Circle No. A ot 'the Baptist W. 76,200; Zolfo Springs, 114,038 erybody Is invited to attend. the matter of transportation. A "The farms of America are burdened

guests were present. 'I'open ensuite and attractively M. U. met at the home of Mrs. E. pints. The service at Long Bridge has large percentage of the populationof "with $9,600,000,000 in mort

-. decorated with pot plants and W. Hayes Monday afternoon at been changed to the third Sundayin the country lives on or near the gages.

MRS. E. M. JOHNSENTERTAINS I roses. Dancing and contests were 3 o'clock. HOPE CHURCH each month. Everyone Is cor- seaboard and Is more accessibleto "Farm income in the United

AT BRIDGEThe enjoyed throughout the eveningand The devotional was opened with dially Invited to attend. foreign markets for food thanit States has dropped from $16,000-)

at a late hour the hostess assisted a scripture reading from the 40th i Elder' ,'J/ Hayman of Orange I Everybody is invited to attend is to the center of American 000,000 in 1919 to $10,000,000,000}

large living room In the by her mother, Mrs. P. E. chapter of Islah by the circle leader Heights vrlU< meet Hope Church on prayer meeting every Wednesday agriculture. A very large propor- In 1929 and to $5,300,000,000:: lag

home of Mrs. E. M. Johns which ,Canova Miss Hope Haynes and Mrs. L. G. Powell. I Saturday and Sunday of this week. night at Long Bridge.Mr. tion of our agricultural productscome 1932."
'Miss Lula served a Floyd Wiggins was trans- from the central states, Here have of the
lends itself so well for entertaining Redgrave After the usual business session we some high]
salad to the acting business in Jacksonville which a thousand miles points only in the farm situation. {
was effectively decked with tempting course and roll call, a discussion of plants average
cut flowers when she entertained guests who were: Misses Lois and shrubs to be planted on the LAWTEY Saturday. from the seaboard, In contrast to But they are sufficient, we think,|
l" members of her bridge club on Adktns Lois Long Martha Powell church lawn was held. .L- S Argentina, Australia and other : to give pause to any thinking citizen
Wednesday evening. Martha Brownlee Dorothy The hostess assisted by her Cor. THE AGRICULTURAL CRISIS I I countries where farm products are of our country. It is not difficult -'
Following a number of progressions Ritch, Hope Haynes. Lula Red daughter Mrs. E. F. Rhodes served O. J.J Phillip, relatively close to tidewater. Ocean to under stand when we2

scores were added and prizes grave, Vera Claire Robinson, Kit- delicious refreshments to the When Congress convenes again rates are low."Industry I know the facts, why President.
awarded Mrs. L. D. Vining and ty Hogsed Nancy Clark, Lillian following members: Mrs. L. G. Building ImprovementsThe after the Christmas holidays one can not evade the difficulties elect Franklin D. Roosevelt has!

. Mr. R. F. Demorest for, holding Sternberg Hazel Joyner of Bar- I Powell Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. N. local Masonic Lodge whose of the most important matters tobe that confront the Ameri- concluded that agricultural relief J
,. high during the evening.. tow; Mensrs. S. R. Johns A. E. Williams, Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Mrs. building was recently destroyedby considered will be relief for the can farmer by the bland theory of legislation must be put through|

A tempting salad course was Wall Billy Parker, Julian Peek, E. L. Biggs Mrs. Louis Kahr, and fire have closed a lease on the farmers of the country. We should subsistence farming," the Minne- the present short session of Cong

served the players who were: Eldredge Robinson, Harry Tlson Miss Etta Tison. second floor of the city hall and have some appreciation of the bewildering sota publisher declared. "Subsis ress if possible.

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mr. Robert Chapman Milton Brown- are busy making extensive Improvements : and extremely critical

and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. and lee. LAWS MISSION IS TO HEAL to same and will be state of our agricultural popula-
Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. ready In the near future to occupy

R. F, Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. II. INTERMEDIATE B. Y. I' U. (Continued from page,1)) same.A. tion.Among the men who are best
C. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. ENTERTAINS conditions -
Wall posted on the agricultural
should see that the majesty of the C. Pearce and O. J. Phillipswere : of the country, and who have Take Notice
is used to foster rather -
Members of the Intermediate B. government
MISS KENLY ENTERTAINSMiss business visitors to the State given years'to support of the farmer -
Y. P. U. gave a handkerchief shower than to destroy. x x x Farm Monday.
F ia Frederick E. Murphy, publisher -
Genevieve Kenly entertained at the pastorlum Friday in hon- Law Is No Joke Mesdames L. H. Hill, H. M. of the Minneapolis Tribune.In .

at one table of contract bridge or of their leader, Mrs. R. A. The ninety-seven per cent who Snyder, H.\\ C. Brown and ,Miss a speech! before the Academy of

.last Thursday afternoon. Thomas' birthday. leave Raiford must be saved to Emily Kenrjard were 'hopping in Political Science' in New York recently '
1 Mrs. H. B, McLendon made high Games were enjoyed throughout their best efforts, or the State itself 'acksonvlUeoSaturday. ,.Mr. Murphy declared: SHOOT ROBINS )

_core and wall ,presented with a the evening at the close of will pay the, bill. They are Mr. and Mrs. ,James ,Godwin of "Those who have watched the
Y pair of embroidered towels. Mrs. which the honor guest was pre- not the relics of former wrecks but the State Farm, were visitors here economic!: progress of the nation
D. P. Carpenter won the consola- sented a lovely birthday cake .Mrs. the potential benefactors of future Saturday. f are well aware of the fact that With

.f' tlon prize, a hand-made handker- Thomas was also showered with a endeavor. The most foolish attitude Miss Lorene Carter, who has America bad an agricultural de-

e chief.. pretty collection of hanker-chiefs possible for the State Is to ,. been visiting friends and relatives pression before it experienced this
{' At the conclusion of the game gifts of the different members of be indifferent to the future of this here returned to her home in Tam- World-Wide depression. We know Remington Loaded Shells

the guests were Invited Into the the B. Y. P. U. ninety-seven per cent. Already in pa Friday. that since 1920, with but few exceptions -
.1 i dining room where a salad course Mrs. Q. P. Raymond served de- court costs and food and guenta Miss Dolly Dinklna returned the exchange value of the ,

,:I cake and punch were served. The licious refreshments to the follow- and buildings and administration home Sunday from Webster where products of agriculture gradually
I table had for a centerpiece a bowl ing present: Misses Francis Hem- they have cost counties thousands she has been visiting relatives has been sinking lower and lower. Nitro Club, 12 ga. and 16 ga.____ 60c box

of white rosebuds. ingway, Martlle Hemingway, Dor- of dollars. And In suffering' the James Tot Moore of Plant City, When stocks were at their highest h I

Mrs. George W. Kenly assisted othy Sapp Mildred Hundley Eliza cost amounts past all expression.This pent the week-end here with his price in the New York stock exchange Nitro Club, 20 ga. ___________ 65c box
in the beth Hollingsworth, Louise Kite, cent in
her daughter entertaining ninety-seven per amlly. when factories were operating '
guests who were: Miss Lucille Audrey Carlisle Fannie Silcox, this sense is the business of the The pool room operated by Wesley day and night with con- 1
i 4 Mitchell Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs II. Doris Silcox Hazel Crews Clarice State as much after leaving the Bryan; was robbed Saturday stantly increasing; wage scales WHILE THEY LAST

B. McLendon, Mrs. D. P. Carpen- Gill Dorothea Cooke Dorothy I main gate as before. And the first night of the. pool table containinga when professional services were at M

_c y, ..ter.t Claire KIckliter Mrs. R. A. Thomas duty Is to convince that the government small sum of money. Entrancewas their greatest demand and the Kleanbore 12 16 20 ga.'s 75c box
_____
Paul Raymond James Holllngs is I ,
I fatherly fostering of gained by forcing the, rear economic millenlum seemed to have '
C. E. ENTERTAINS worth Fred Bikes Alkay Carlisle the best endeavors of the citizensas door open.! ,.,, arrived, with mass production t .'
t J. B. Pitts Ronald Pitta, Joe Ed- I well as fiercely punishing the Mr. and Mrs.-A.. H. Harley, Jr., masa consumption,. and higher and
; A twelfth night party was given wards, Jr., William Crews Leslie ,worst endeavors. The latter stings of Starke 'were visiting relatives higher wages we know that the I

i Jut Friday. evening by the Chria.tian Biggs Mr. R. A. Thomas. of governments have been felt by'this here Sunday. general price level of agricultural
. ft 'Endeavor Society' of the Pres- 97 per cent. The citizens of Mesdames W. E. Torode V R. products was declining. We know SEE OUR WINDOW FOR I ISATURDAY'S
'
: byterlan manse to celebrate the EASTERN STAR OFFICERS the State should
join in the effortto Reddish were visiting Kingsley that: farm mortgages were being
{ cloae of ,the Christmas season. A INSTALLED AT CEREMONYThe let them feel the first. Lake Thursday. foreclosed, that banks were failingin

pretty Christmas tree added to the For the law Is no Joke. No ac- Sheriff W. J. Epperson of the agricultural districts." SPECIALS J;
., decorations for this twelfth following officers were Installed -
night cident. No simple expedient to user I Starke was a visitor here Sunday. With such conditions continuing, .
I., occasion which Is an old English Jan. 2, by Starke Chapter disregard at will. It Is the finest -i Mrs. H. M. Snyder was visitingIn Mr. Murphy said, the American wF
No. 160 Order of Eastern Star "
C"i custom : expression of confidence in I Starke Sunday. farmer would become a peasant.
Many clever games were planned Mrs. Ruby Hayes W. 14.,. E. W. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish
mankind has given Itself. x x x Mr. He pointed out that the exchange
., by Miss Lucille Mitchell and Miss Hayes, W. P., Mrs. W. J. 'Epperson Speaker Garner of the House were-visiting relatives in the Wa- value of agriculture is declining
,; Genevieve and A. M., L. D. Green A..* P., C.
Kenly amusing teroak section Sunday afternoon.
once remarked: "Government isnot throughout the world. A rapid increase BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.COMPARATIVE
r. prizes were awarded the winners A. Futch, Sec'y., MissLinie Mc- a pedagogue, a parson, nor a Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Bray of : la world production of food F .
! + A delicious salad Rae Treas., Mrs.' 'W. H. Hart
; course was relativesand
s" pled piper. It is merely a convenIence Bunnell were visiting baa been accompanied by a de-
r'', served from the dining room table Cond., Mrs. C. F. Hoover A. Cond., of civilization by by which a friends nere over the weekend.13It00KER creased demand. The tropics have i
which was beautifully appointed Mra. W. H. Biggs.Chaplain. Miss .
.
: set of rules Is enforced in a community -
3t with a centerpiece of red roses and Rosalind Jacobs Marshal, Mrs. L. in the interest of order and
red candles In holders. D. Green Organist Mrs. Wm. Dob- "
r. ,t, crystal ustlce." This is the definition of '
Twenty-three members of the row Adah, Mrs. L. G. Powell '
Florida law too for r
our purposes. BANK
COUNTY
society and guests were entertain Ruth. Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Eathpr. STATEMENT OF BRADFORD ,
For our law Is neither
a despot nora .
Mina Vera Gala 7, Cor.
ed at this delightful party. .. bliss Pearl__ Manning.. Martha.. !,
3. n I plaything. It is the experience STARKE, FLORIDA, IN LIQUIDATION
Miss Dolly McRae Electa Mrs. "[)f-our people in our to --:
fr' attempt Pinholster of
Mr. John
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY MEETS Jessie Wooten Warder, W. J. EpI Tampa JOSEPH E. WILSON, Liquidator
I regulate our social affairs..* To spent the Christmas holidays here
: person, Sentinel. what better task, I ask can Itbe 11 1930 December 31, 1932
r
The Wom 'Auxiliary of the Each officer as Installed was you with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Pin- July ,
applied than In the fitting for
iI> Presbyterian Church held their presented with a wristlet of flowers holster. Assets
r better service the unfortunate who Mrs. Henry Clemons of Miami, Dr. Cr
monthly meeting on Tuesday eve- and conducted to his station.
with Mrs. W. the officers by accident or design have felt the was laid to rest in the New Hope : $ 1,536.15:: $132,995.93 184079.22
ning George Kenly After the Installation Loans & Discounts ________- $315,539.00:
mailed fist of that
*S hostess. formed a semi-circle in law heal same law? FlorIda cemetery lost Friday, January 6. Judgments __L_________________ 6287.13 _________ 6287.13
can as well
as correct
The home was decorated with front of the East and Miss Verna and Among those from here attendingthe Supreme Service Station '

vases of red and white roses and Bullard pledged to the ,W. M. and begin punish.when the The healing should funeral were: Mr. E. M. Hazen Fixtures Account _______________ 1300.00 223.90 1076.10 .

red candles.The W. P., the cooperation of the of leave the main inmates at Raiford and sons, Mr. and Mrs Fred Hazen Bonds -_______--__--___- 45,15000:: ( _________. 23,650.00 21,500.00 j
subject for the evening was ficers. NOTE This gate. Mr. and Mr. G. B. Colson Mr. and Banking House ______--_ 14000.00 _________ 14,000.00Furniture ----------
4'Chlna" and an Interesting pro- The' Star Points Centered the series : the is the last of the Mrs.. L. A"rB own, and daughter, & Fixtures _____.;;__ 8,000.00 __________ 5000.00 ---------- j
was planned. Those candles and on Florida Prison Divis- Iris, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter, 22,227.67 64,589.45:: 21,815.47C7.654.65 65,001.65::
gram taking chapter room carrying ion by L. F. Real Estate __________ _
Chapman
,
part on the program were Mrs. formed a star in front of the East< Florida State superintendent R. M. Galney.G. ,: Due from Banks ___________. 2,140.46 56,057.67 :: 543.48 a;
i.acvgc P Lowry, Mrs. Morrow and Mrs. and presented to Mrs. Mae Wells Farm. : E. McGauley and T. B. Plnlolster Cash _______-__-____ 11,474.81 25,715.03:: 31,157.90 31.94
Kenly. the retiring W. M., her past mat- ''I .jmade a business trip to Cash Items ___-..__________-_______ 645.02:: ---------- 64502:: .'

Plans were made for a Valentine rons Jewel, after which Mrs.. Wells BERRIES RIPE.VINOS WARM Starke.and LaCrosse Saturday. Overdrafts 111 ____________ 1.309.19 ..________.1 1112.33 196.86.
. c party at which time the members :very graciously thanked the chap- WEATHER HOLDS FAST HERE L. R. Gainey was transacting Due from State Treas. _________-____ 116,713.155 84,900.11 1,813.44

,- will entertain their husbands. This ter for same. Mrs. Nasworthy on : business In,Starke Monday.The Profit and Loss ______-________-____- 22013.36 941.41 21,071.95
affair will be given on February behalf of the retiring officers presented (Continued from page 1.) farmers In this section are Liquidator's Operating Expenses ,
llth at the home of Mrs II. II.Toung. to Mrs. Wells a gift. I i very busy picking strawberries General Expenses _____________ 4.9:11.98:: ------. 4,951.98::

Miss Verna Bullard,' past grand the holding of the first auction of these days. Commissions Paid ______-____-_-- 7174.93 --------- 7174.93

After the, program, Mrs. Kenly, matron acted as installing officer the season by the Miller Auction Mr. and Mrs. John Mott were Salaries Paid _____-__-__________ 1.7215.07 --------- 1,72:1.07::

y assisted by her daughter Miss Mrs. Della Green A. C. Cond., act last night when four cars went visiting relatives at Worthington Interest Paid __-___________-____ 2016.94 ------- 2,016.94
t Genevieve Kenly, served a salad ed as grand marshal, Mrs. Mae under the hammer. Lee R. Miller Springs. Saturday.Mrs. Adv. for Loan Protection -___-______- 1,912.90 ----------, 1912.90

course. Green acted as grand organist and arrived In the city yesterday. D'I M. F. Hazen of Brandon Taxes Paid __________________ 4939.53 _________ 4939.53
Twelve members were present. Mrs. Salomle Malnes, past grand M. Hendon conducted the first spent a few days here with her

Ar Electa as grand chaplain. Mrs. tion and to J. J. Ahern.. of GenttlleBros mother, Mrs. John Cone, thIs week. Total ___------------$410,841.13 _______ --------- 324968.14
, SUPT. AND MRS. CHAPMAN Della Green presented to Miss Bui went the first car of the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hasten are Liabilities
ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE- season to be auctioned here. It the proud parents of a 10-pound
lard a basket of flowers. The chap- 40.000.00
___ ___
__ __ __ 40,000.00 -------
DINNER ter presented Miss Bullard and the brought 9 1-2 cents for the berries, boy, born Saturday, January 7. Capital Stock 15000.00::
contained 410 crates of Plant City Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Surplus Fund ____-_ 1---- -------
other acting grand officers with
. 2,144.08 ________ 1,820.21Stock
__ 3970.27
___ -
berries and 70 crates of Lakeland son Aubrey, were attending to Individed Profits
and Mrs. L. F.
" Superintendent gifts. _______ 21,713.53 21,713.53
Assessment Col. :...-__-____ _
of the State Farm, en- The business In Starke Tuesday. -
Chapman following
chapters were
1- represented fruit.While
Deposits _____ 183,227.36 184,580.01 1,35265 ----- t ti'
tertained a number of their at the Gaines accurate figures were not Savings
!:, meeting: Individual Deposits __ ._ 122294.85 122,472.44 177.59 ,---- t:
-
friends at a several course dinner I Waldo and available early last evening it wasIndicated .
vllle Lake Butler.
t __ ____
, Certificates of Deposit ____ 17,345.16:: 17,345.16:: M -------
" : and bridge Friday evening. that the day's loading -
NEW{ RIVER 239.49 239.49 r
Checks ____ ---- ---
(; The dining table was centered W. M. U. CIRCLES MEET here yesterday was at least 334- Cashier's ''
______ 21,609.81 21,609.81 ----_ ---- t'
_
!t: d with a bowl of beautiful red radiance 320 pints of berries. These figures HIM Male l .... C.r.Rev. Bills Payable -
:. Drafts _____ 7,154.197,154.19 ----- -------
and plumosa fern. Mrs. J. are arrived at on a basis of Unpaid
roses M. Brownlee hostessto
. was ___ _____ 47,091.80 41.091.80Liquidator's
, Balances _____-___ "
Unclaimed
" Candle holders with red tapers members of Circle No. 1 of the 480 crates to the'car, to which is .
" L. 1>t Derk passed throughour Cert's. Outstanding ______ 19139.63 208,016.44 188,876.81Col.
were placed at intervals down the Baptist W. M. U. Monday after- added the estimated pony refrig- section last week on his way to Apply on TaxesLiquidator's _____________ ______ 129.05:: 129.05:: !i:
""i pr'i center of the long table. noon at her home. erator movement. The berries to St. Petersburg and stopped a I i:'
After dinner the guests repaired The home brought 8 3-4 9 and in instances Earnings:
,
was tastefully deco some two. Rev. Derk held a revival 4,609.88 ;
day or
_________ 4609.88 .
Interest on Loans &: Deposits -------
to the spacious living also I rated with 9 1." cents the the
room and pint r
blooming on
C l decorated with bowls and pot plants I in our community about four Interest on Bonds _-______________ _____ 2431.60 2431.60 I"
baskets
cut flowers. After a short business yard yesterday according to buy-
i years ago. _______ _____ 1,712.80 1,712.80
of where tables Rents Collected ____________
roses were and devotional ers. it was estimated that
arranged the afternoonwas the
; Miss Oveda Andrews of Morris- __ _______ 1,576.46:: 1,876.46
for bridge. Recoveries -____________ ,
I spent-in sewing and oonversa I average price was pretty close to ton, Is visiting her sister and broth-
Several progressions of bridge tlon. 9 cents the' pint. Growers marketing '
1:19: were played at the end of which er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wig- Total _______..:__$410,841.13 '$632.263.50 $632,263.60 $324.968.14The
At the close of the meeting the their fruit here received
on
,
gins and is attending school at Bank Starke Flor-
Bradford ,
statement of the County ,
r. to Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Dr. E. L.Biggs hostess served strawberry short- that basis between 23,000 and Starke.Mr. foregoing comparative
were presented with prizesfor cake and coffee to the following $30,000 for their fruit yesterday: and Mrs. O. F. TomUnson ida, Is true and correct to the best of my knowledge JOS. E. and WILSON belief., -_ A

eo high scores. present: Mrs W. It Andrews,Mrs. A nine-cent average would give and children were business Visitors Liquidator, Bradford County Bank.
80 Those enjoying the hospitality W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. J. H. Hund approximately $30,000 as the re- In Lake Butler Saturday afternoon
of Superintendent and Mrs. Chap ley, Mrs. G. D. Goodman Mrs E. turn. Messrs.' Ozzle and Andrew Rho-

i man were: Mr. and Mrs. E. S. C Priest Mrs C. R. Clark, Mrs. I It was estimated that there den of Jacksonville, and Mr. Johni' -






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""I i t Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent Monday WILL BE NO LOBBYING I between the Secretary of Agricul SCHEDULE CHANGEDThe

In Jacksonville with N. T. Ritch, IN NEXT LEGISLATURE ture's powers under the plan with -MILITANT'MARYThismorning's"

who is In Riverside Hospital recovering j those of Stalin, Russian dictator. followingchanges In schedules

I Bits of from an illness Governor-Elect' Sholtz To AdviseCounty LaGuardla Republican progressive ; are announced by the S. A. L,,

I Officeholders To Stay from New York, termed it a Fly. Co., effective Dec. IS: :
Miss Flavla Glcason, State Home On Their' Jobs step in "production planning. Biblenugqet'aoacheeryositi/ SouthboundNo.

Demonstration Agent and Miss "I think If a copy of the bill ) 1, due Starke 11'1' p. m.
local NevCs Mary E. Keown, East Coast District (Tampa Tribune) should reach this great dictator of I local.

Agent, of Tallahassee were No More "Officeholders Lobby"The Russia, Mr. Stalin In the far-off No. 11, due Starke, 9:35: a. m.
visitors In Starke Tuesday. "officeholders lobby" which Kremlin," Beck said, the wouldbe TRUE local.

Our People Business and has been conspicuous at sessions Inspired or be filled at least with For.everytriol) No. 107, due Starke 10:27 a. m.
Concerning: Wm. D. Daugherty, pastor of the of the Lt"gislatureexerting its ut- professional Jealously, because limited.

Progress of the County and Town. First Christian Church of May- most Influence, to put through leg. while the power of compulsion la that's-sent'to-us* No. 191, due Starke 10.SB: : p. m.
IMr. field, Ky., will preach at the Chris- islation favorable, to officeholders' greater In the Russian dictator limited. ':

tian Church here Sunday'morning and to kill legislation Inimical to than It will be In the Secretary of SOMEEXTRASTRENGTHS NorthboundNo.

--a--aa---au-=-- -........ ... ......=..................... at 11 o'clock. their interests will find Itself Agriculture If this bill becomeslaw

D.- P. McKlnnon of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson spent "hors du combat" at the coming yet the Instances teem to differ due Starke 5:08: a. m. locaL

was a visitor in Starke Saturday.Mr. Monday in Jacksonville, JOHN W. MOSELEY DIES session, unless the attitude of In degree but not In kind because SENT-7DO t' No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m.

AT STATE FARM WEDNESDAYJohn David Sholtz, incoming Governor, it is Just a& much an offenseto local.
has been misunderstood.Men constitutional aN. No. 108, due Starke 0:49: p. m.
to
R. F. Demorest spent Mon Mrs. Bynum Perkins of Lawtey, government
local.
Wallace Moseley, 5., died supposed to be close to the bribe a man Into support of a bill
was a visitor In Starke Saturday.
In Arcadia.
day Wednesday at the State Prison Governor give It.as his Intentionto that would be a surrender of the mortgage land bauks was proposedIn Starke and Wannee Branch-No.
(B M wH *iii* K >MMaMaM leaves Starke 7.00 No.
Farm where he advise all officeholders' reserved of the State 101 : a m.,
was employed as county powers as to a bill introduced late in the
Mr. W. M. Wainwright la spend Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent assistant to L E. Moseley, captainof that their place Is "on theirjobs" coerce him by the force of military by Representative Hastings (day D. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m.
ing this week in Miami.State's Monday in Jacksonville.Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Agent..
the
guard. during the two months the power. Okla).

Funeral services will be held this Legislature Is h session, as wellas "I am confident this bill, unless The Hastings bill would set -
up
p Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Jim Godwin and Miss Toby afternoon at 1:30: o'clock from the during the other 10 months of the Supreme Court departs from 12 of the mortgage Institutionswith Closing of Mall
Dunbar of the State Farm South
Crews were visitors in Jackson were Christian church with Rev. J. B. the year-and he doesn't wish to precedent, will be declared unconstitutional a minimum capital of $25,-
visitors In Starke Tuesday.Mr. Train No. 11 parcel post 9:00a. :
,
vIDe Tuesday. Dickson of Jacksonville officiating.Interment see them in Tallahassee while the 000.000 and authority to extend .

will be made in the legislative mill Is grinding.It LaGuardia, who was generously them to 40000000. : m.
Sam White of Jacksonville, Train No. 107, letters, special de-
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova of Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Is predicted that,, shortly be- applauded, described the measure, The treasury would finance the :
business visitor In Starke
was a livery and special handling 10:00a.m. :
Gainesville, enroute to Jacksonville Mr. Moseley is survived by his fore the state sakiua: assemble next which would pay the farmer a banks to the extent of $480,000,000.Loans .

were in Starke Tuesday. Thursday.Mr. wife, Laura, two daughters, Mrs. April, notice to this effect' will go bounty out of a tax on processing, would be made only on North

Mabell Ormond and Miss Clydia from the Governor's office to all as "only the first step In the fun- first mortgages at 3 per cent Inter-
Bernice Spell of Gainesville, Train No. 12, parcel post and
'Miss June Bullen of DaytOna Moseley, both of the State Farm; officeholders in the 67 counties. Inasmuch damental changes that must be eat They would be repaid over a
and in letters 2.150: m.
spent Monday Tuesday
Beach; spent this week here with one son J. A. Moseley, of Jack- as the ppwer of suspension brought about In our economic sys period ranging from five to forty p.
Starke. Train No. 108, Letters, special
her sister Miss Beatrice Bullen. sonville; one brother, Capt. L. E. or removalll"ested in the Governor tem." years.
delivery and special handling 8:10
:
one slater, Mrs. R. O. Gnann, with, of course, the consentof "The fundamental of this bill is Each mortgage bank would be
Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. E. m.
Mrs. E.. M. Johns and daughter, Sanford: the senate, these notices will to bring agriculture up to a parity under the management of five directors p.
L. Biggs spent Thursday in Glen Night malls close at 6:00 m.-
Gloria, spent Sunday In Gainesville Honorary pallbearers: Messers.L. carry full official weight. with industry and nothing else," to be named by the Federal p.
St. Train No. 1 South 11:17
Mary. : m.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell. F. Chapman, M. L. Crews, W. The "officeholders lobby" has. In LaGuardia said. "Let us assume I farm loan board. p. ;
train No. 2, North, :0.08: a. m.
A. Kenlsey, M. E. Griner, V F. past sessions, been more or less that the entire burden passes on I '
Col Branch Cone and Mr. W. C. Starke and Bell Branch-Train
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Manning, Dr. C. D. Whitaker. Ac- powerful in Tallahassee. For yearsit to the consumer. If commodity I Contract let for paving 11 1-2
Manger of Macclenny, were in No. 101 mall closes 7.00: a. m., No.
were guests Thursday of Mr. and Starke Wednesday.Mr. tive pallbearers: Dr. H. B. McLen- stubbornly and successfully op. prices increase, we are prapared I miles on Highway No. 28 from 102 arrives :240: m.
Mrs. J. L. Wilkes of Jacksonville. don, T. W. Shuler, R. C. Drew, J. posed the change of compensationof for that, we will demand increased: San Mateo to Shell Bluff. p.

I I G. Godwin, B. Hershfleld, M. D. county officers from fees to wages." ---- Blue Bun Schedules
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and
Mrs. I* F. Chapman of the Tommie Ritch were In Jacksonville Dobbs. stated salaries. Under the old aye Luce, Republican stalwart from Mount Dora-.Cnpt. Myron Corn- Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932.
State Farm, was the guest Wed- Funeral arrangements were in tem, whereby the officer kept for Massachusetts, assailed the bill for walt took over management of Mt. Northbound 0:03 a. m., 1:59: p.

nesday of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Sunday. charge of the DeWItt C. Jones Co. himself all the revenues of'hls office proposing "to take money to the Dora Theatre. m., 4.50: p. m., 8:19: p. m.

6 over and above the expenseof extent of over $1,000,000,000 from Southbound 0.31: a. m, 12:3p..
Col. and Mrs. E.
Mrs. E..M. Johns will spend this In Jacksonville P. business Knight Tues-were THIEVES ENTER STORE operating It, some county officers nine-tenths of the people and giveit Lake Worth-Work on high m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m.

week-end in Jacksonville with Mrs. day. on THROUGH HOLE IN FLOOR received compensation to one tenth." school campus progressing rapidly Tickets and Information at

Leonie Eccles. reaching $20,000 a year. Naturally Jones reported that the bill was Smith's Service Station, next to
Thieves entered S. R. Johns' the beneficiaries of this courthouse.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson spent system not primarily for the aid of farmers
I, Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Thursday Sunday in Gainesville with friends store in the northern part of town wished to hold on to the fatness but to help the entire eco Palmetto Harry Dowling operating

in Gainesville, with-Mrs. S. T. and relatives.Mr. last Thursday, night.and went thereof;' hence the "officeholders nomic situation. new service station on cor-

Dell. away richer by 150 pennies ,than lobby." Numerous other entirely "When farmers are carrying ner of Lemon Avenue and Elm St. -

.' and Mrs. L. A. Davis motored when they arrived. Nothing else selfish considerations actuated this ropes to the courthouse," he said, 'MILITANT MARYN,
,, Mrs. P. E. Canova and Mr. Paul to Lake City Sunday to visit was missed from the store, although lobby at succeeding sessions Constantly "when a life Insurance company St. Auguatlue' -Mrs. Eberhard'tsGift

Canova were visitor in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. it is thought that they on watch for any bill affecting tries to foreclose, the situation Is Shop opened on St. Francis I I.hovco"friend

ville Wednesday afternoon. ,might have stolen some flour since their official' Interests, bad and if you don't think so, you'd street.
i there were traces of It where they county officers' absented them better think .Iive3'ot'hOflf
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray motored again. \who
Mrs. and Mr. A. ,entered the building. selves from their Work
Morgan Darby to Jacksonville Saturday and posts of duty "Some gentlemen talk about alack I progressing on road gradeon
M. Darby were visitors in Jack spent the day. The thieves got Into the store by and infested the Capitol and ,Its environs of enthusiasm over this bill. 5-mlle stretch highway between f ond-works 'round

sonville Friday.Mr. I cutting a hole in the floor large with their self-seeking ac Did you ever watch a blood trans Kenansvllle and Fort Drum. HAPPILYFrom'rnomto

enough to effect an entrance. Thisis tivities. fusion and notice ,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly any enthusiasm T
W. Alderman and Dr. S. the third time that the Under Governor i Tarpon
G. and 'Miss Genevieve Kenly spent buildinghas Sholtz, If his The situation is too serious Springs-Mrs. Lou Hoover
P. Vandlviere spent Tuesday in Saturday In Gainesville. been broken Into in this manner friends read this purpose aright, Beam of Illinois, one of two opened flower shop in connection ,

Jacksonville.Mr. and the proprietors think thatit this activity Is to end with the convening Democrats who voted against the with cigar stand. iniqhtj I Ienvy-her

is becoming a habit on the partof of the Legislature of 1933.
'
bill in committee
Messrs. Gerald Middleton and was especially I AND SAY-
and Mrs. R. F. Demorestwere James A. Lewis were visitors In whoever Is doing the dirty work. Officeholders will not be welcome severe In his criticism of the hog Leesburg Mrs. N. N. Penny t

visitors in Jacksonville Sat Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. I during April and May in or around provision."A opened eating place at West End iSHE' ENVIES

urday.Mr. ,RED CROSS GIVES NOTICE the Capitol, so far as the executive million and a half Chicago's I Service Station.HollywoodClub. 1 '
TO THOSE SEEKING AID office is concerned. ME.
This
and Mrs. C. D. Shank, Bet- ought to people are dependent upon char .
Lacy Klckliter of Stuart, Is tey Lewis, Miss Vera Claire Robinson be a great help to the members of ity," he shouted. "Similar conditions Colonial, southof .["ltlH"9" t
his brother Mr. J. F. Kick- To the people of Bradford County; the here, nearing -
visiting and James Lewis spent Friday Legislature, who have, in the exist everywhere. Pork Is a completion.
liter and sister, Mrs. E. M. Thomas.Mr. I wish for It to be known that past, been disturbed and distract.
afternoon In Jacksonville. poor man's food. Can
you go
although the Red Cross Is carryingon ed by the importunities of the "of back to these people and i
: Justify a
K. W. Hunter, president of the work of distribution of government ficeholders lobby'
Miss Daisy Tompkins returnedto fifty per cent tax on food? It
the Empire Lumber Co., of Jack flour and clothing, it has Governor Sholtz doubtless will "
school Tuesday morning after even puts a tax on charity.
sonville business visitor in 'no funds to purchase food and take TOP'GROCERY
a like
was a position with regard to TIP
spending the holidays at her homeIn Beam put at $282,000,000 the
Starke Tuesday. Jacksonville. I'medicine for the needy throughout other lobbies-but he will lack amount of the tax on hogs alone
the county. with them the
weapons which he is and argued that with substitute
Hon James Whitehurst, Mr. and I The results of the recent Roll empowered to wield in dealing with .
The Parent-Teachers' Association -! foods available to the consumer,
Mrs. Ray of Brooksville, were Call were disappointing and thereis the officeholders.
will meet next Wednesday afternoon : the tax eventually would come out
guests of :Mrs. E. M. Johns Tues- no money for local relief work
Jan. 18th, at 3 o'clock at ... of the producer.
day. that we would be glad to do if it
\ the high school auditorium.Mrs. were possible.The CONGRESS IN UPROAR Purnell of Indiana, ranking Re.
OVER FARM LEGISLATION publican on the> agriculture commit
and local Red Cross has
Mr. G. L. Dohm Harry chapter
L. Wyman, who has been ill ee, closed the case for the op
Spaulding, both of Miami have given Its time and energy In an I
at the Gill Hospital for position."As .
seve.'a. Associated Press
been recent guests of M. D. Car effort to distribute the governmentflour dispatches say
ter and family. weeks, was able to leave for her and clothing impartially to that Congress Tuesday was In a Mr. Cannon of Missouri has
new home In Lake City Saturday. page-by-page struggle over the I said," Purnell shouted, "this measure
the needy, but the members feel Maxwell House
'r
; emergency farm-bill as it crowded does ,not; suit anybody, but It CHIPSO
N. T. Rttch who has been III at that useless applications for food
Miss Kate Struth hasreturnedhome after into isa, case of any port in a storm.
commodity; commodity a
and medicine take valuable
the Riverside Hospital in Jackson up : I
from Wildwood, where she prlce-ffxlng plan hailed sideas Even if ,we are headed for the Coffee lb. 25c 6c
yule, is doing nicely and is expected time that Is needed in other work. on one Small, pkg. -, .
visited her sister Mrs. L. M. De- I rocks the ,
economic progress and likenedon as gentleman from Taxas -
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,
home soon. Sha for a week. I Chairman. the other to a Russian dictator Mr. Sumners, contends, Is that Large pkg. ,____ ISe

Miss Mary Dodd, State Health ship. The story continues: any reason for kicking the farm LOOSE COFFEE
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Averitt and CHARLES l\IIGNEREY'DIES Scarcely had the bill reachedthe ers and ourselves in the pants and
Nurse, of Jacksonville, spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs. daughter, Dorothy and Marjorie, amendment stage when Its shortening the path there? 2 lbs. -25c Selox,2for15cBreakfast

Wm. Norris. of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- Charles Henry Mignerey, 66, sponsors were overwhelmed In "My objections may be summed
day of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. died Wednesday at his farm home votes that added dairy productsand up: This is a price fixing bill, it

Mrs. W J. Epperson returned I a few miles north of Starke. He peanuts to the list of productsto Imposes a magnified sales tax of Pure Creamery
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. be benefitted. I over $1,000,000,000 on the
consumer
had been In bad health for several
home Tuesday from Jacksonville,
where she has been recoveringfrom Johns with Mrs. Addison Pound years. The House ended its consideration -'' it sets up a new bureaucracy, Butter lb.25cWisconsin Bacon lb. -ISc

an operation on her eye. and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville, Mr. Mlgnerery was born In of the bill late in the day with and above all, it won't work. ,

motored to Jacksonville Mondayand France, June 24, 1866. He> came to pending business for tomorrow a Cannon, a Democrat, had said he

The Woman's Missionary Society spent the day. this country when eight years old, motion to eliminate hogs from the would support the bill because "In Cream Best White
and followed the carpenter trade commodities which could receive the short session It Is this bill or
of the Methodist Church will
meet Monday afternoon at 3 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova and when he reached young manhood.For bounty benefits; ,tinder the domes. nothing." Sumners, Texas Demo Cheese lb. 18c Bacon lb. 6c
o'clock at the church. Business son, Paul III, Mrs. P. E. Canova, twenty-one years he was supervising tic allotment plan. crat, had warned the House that -

and program meeting.Mr. Miss Bunnie Canova and Miss Martha foreman for a large con- "You can't ,Toad: this bill down agriculture was approaching the

Powell, spent Sunday afternoon tracting firm in Toledo, Ohio. He with a lot of commodities and hope "precipice." Northfield While Ribbon '

and Mrs. J. C. Lochner of in Jacksonville. came to Starke In 1923, and had for legislation," warned Represen Meanwhile, aid in refinancing

Clemont, were in Starke Monday since made his home on a farm tative Burtnens (R. N. Dak.), add farm mortgage Indebtedness MILK
enroute to Jacksonville to attend I Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss about three miles north of town. ing his plea to that of Jones of through a system of Federal rural LARD

the meeting of State Chamber of ,Madge Middleton, Miss Hazel :Mid i Mr. Mlgnerey is survived by two Texas against,over-burdening. the Tall Can 6c
Commerce Secretaries.Mrs. dleton Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. 'sons, Fred L. and Gerald R. Mlg measure. Treat 2 pounds ISc

D. P. Carpenter spent Saturday In nerey,. both of Toledo, Ohio, and But over this protest, the House How Doctors Small Can 3c 4 Ibs. 25c

W. S. Yelvlngton of Hastings Jacksonville. two sisters, Mrs. Ollie King with immediately voted 111 to 110, to Colds and CoughsTo

has returned home after whom he lived, and Mrs. Katherine accept the peanuts amendment of Whole Grain MEAL
Mrs. L. A. Davis motored to Representative Cox (D., Ga.), anda GRITS or
Keys of LaSalle Ill.
spending a week at the home of break up a cold overnight and
her father Judge George A. Lake City Wednesday to meet her 'Funeral services wjll be held' few minutes later, 102 to 75: to relieve the coalition that make loa Rice l 10 Ibs. 25c
Gardiner. brother, Mr. D. H. Perryman of from the home this afternoon at approve one by Representative Anderson cough thousand of physicians are 10Ibs.15c

Atlanta, who will spend sometime two o'clock, and Interment will be (R., Minn.), covering dairy now recommending Calotaba, the

Friends of Miss Ethel Moore will with her. made In the Kingsley Lake ceme i products. nauwalvui culomvl compound tablets
regret to learn that she is seriouslyill tery. Earlier rice was put in the bill that give you the effect of calomel and Nucoa lb.12c
and was carried to St. Vincent's Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank, Betty as a committee amendment by a .alt without the unpleasant effects! True Love Flour
Lewis Shank, Mrs. Llllle S. Lewis, of either.
Hospital in Jacksonville Wednes- LEE PUBLISHES COST vote of 99 to 24. Jones announcedat
James A. Lewis and Granville Kirk OF BANK LIQUIDATION the time he would fight all other One or two Calotab at IxJUme with

r day. Lewis motored to Gainesville Mon- additions, but the Cox amendment a morolnj clan, of your sweet cold milk has or vaumheil water. Next your Salt, 2 pkgs. 5c 24 Ibs.55c

day afternoon. Comptroller J.M. Lee announced removed the chief restraining ,
Mrs. O. L. Beasley is expected system la thoroughly! purified. and :you
home soon from Cattleaburg, Ky., Wednesday night from his officesin clause, language defining eligible are feeling fine with a hearty appetitefor
where she was called on account Lester Price Robinson and James Tallahassee that there are 200 commodities as those having an brrakfnst.. Eat what you WllbDO ,- NAVY BEANS OCTAGON SOAPS

of the illness of her brother-In-law Richard Wainwright of the Uni closed banks in Florida and that exportable surplus.Representative danger.Calotabs.,

Dr. J. W. KlncsM. Dr. and Mrs. versity of Florida, in Gainesville, forty-five liquidators and receivers McKeown (D., packages at are drug sold stores(la. lOa sod(Adv USa: ) Ibs -15c 10 1 for f 25c
spent the week-end with their ,
Kincald will accompany Mrs. Beas par closing out these banks:received a Okla.), told his colleagues:
ents at their respective homes. total of $$277,823 In "When to load the btU
commissions
you go
ley to Florida, as soon as be is .. ... _
able to make the trip. and fees during the calendar year down as opponents of It are tryingto OJo- FR' Northern Beans Ginger Ale, 3 for .25c

The Phi Delta Theta'a of the 1932. do, It doesn't make much differ- Say i it with Flowers

University of Florida, Gainesville, In a list of liquidators, their ence what you load It down with." I 51bs.20c

A ( entertained a number of their commission for 1932 and the No roll call votes were taken on Sanhalb.50c

CENT WORD friends with a weiner roast at the banks they are handling, Mr. the changes but from the galleriesIt I Flowers For All

Addison Pound cottage on Kings Lees gave: Joseph E. Wilson, $3- was evident that many avowed Cumberland

COLUMNLOST2 ley Lake last Sunday evening. 700 for the Bradford County Bank opponents of the bill were joining OccasionsGERTRUDE Tuna Fish, can 15c

and the Bank of Lake Butler. with Interested,representatives in Coffee Ib 15c
year oft heifer, part Jersey Mr. and Mrs. J. T Quigley were adding to the five commodities J r 1 ... ,.. Tuna Flakes 12 l-2c

black and brown, one shorthorn In Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday Jacksonville Plan progressIng originally approved by the committee -

white nose.: Marked swallow attending the meeting of for construction of proposedfire : wheat, cotton, tobacco, hogs CODBEY The nest Green Cod Fish can 10c
fork, two underbit one-ear, the State Board of Missions, Florida station to be erected at corner and rice. ANDERSON ,

underslope In other. Branded "L Baptist Convention, which was Lakeshore Drive and Mar- It was Beck Pennsylvania, Re- Coffee 2 lbs 25c
20c1M3
,S." Reward. B. S. Edwards held In the First Baptist Church quette street at cost of about $10- i publican, who In the last hours of Phone 39 Waldo, Fl* Argo Salmon _

Starke. 1-6-tf. building. 000. general debate drew comparison .








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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 13. 1933
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'( ) PASTURE RESEARCH IN the future of the undertaking is fields. AU duplicates are exact special train and twenty additional

1,1,,'. -.no- FLORIDA CONTINUESTO assured. and the original finds are presented cadets, comprising the basketball

1 \ HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES r MAKE EXPANSION For those who wish to come here aa such, so that the visitor la squad, will arrive Monday.

-; ( to study In a more or less scien- only asked to believe what he actually -

I Weekly frun home Demonstration -I Gainesville, Fla.-Realizing that tific manner, the opportunity Is sees. Outsandtng men in I Chicago-A lively and intriguing
Tallahassee
1: FARMERS SECTION Specialist. plenty of pasture and home grown open and for those who are merely scientific fields who have visitedthe I echo of the famous Florida real

feed must go hand in hand with curious and who enjoy a good site and written about It are I estate boom of a few years past

livestock developments in the await them.It Hrdllcker Smithsonian Instl- heard
story, these things Dr. was in Chicago Saturday
TilE BED ROOM ,
Demonstration Agents DECORATING
)i 4 Conducted by state, die Agronomy and Animal Is anticipated that the site, will tue; Prof. Loomis, Amherst Col- I when a trio of local attorneys, M:
I
:i,* 41 The bed room should express Husbandry departments of the become the gathering place for lege; Dr. McCurdy, Yale; Dr i King Schrager, associated with
Florida Experiment Station made college students, instructors and Vaughn, U. S. Geological survey; Samuel A. and Leonard B.
>> it" _. ... ___..-...... I.-'_ one's personality and above all the considerable expansion in pasture Research Bu I Ettel-
,' .' --'I- -- ----- --- -- --- bed should be comfortable, for classes in geology and anthrop- Dr. Hay, Carnegie son, purchased one of the major

''ll'" one-third of 0e's< life Is spent research during 1932. ology. reau and Dr Kirtley Mather, liar- 'developments on the East Coast,
.\ FLORIDA CLUB BOYS POULTRMEN PROFITBY be- vard. the $5,000,000 "
there. Pasture experiments are now That the claims of the enter- I "Olympia. This
n' MAKE OUTSTANDING FOLLOWING SIMPLERULES ing conducted at the main stationIn prise are authentic Is proved by To John H. Chase goes the credit big project, comprising approxi
1' \'j RECORDS LAST YEAR GROWING CHICKS Use color In your bed room, for I
1 \ I adds such charm and Gainesville, at the Everglades the written word, in book form, for developing this wonder spot mately 2000 acres, lies 18 miles
a"f I -;:; : nothing of col- station near Belle Glade, at the of experts In related scientific for Florida and the world. : north of Palm Beach and eight
{ (By Spuds Johnson) Gainesville, It pays Flor- character as the right use North Florida station at Quincy, : miles south of Stuart in Martin

.' My boy Is a member of the 4-H ida poultrymen to follow the six: or. In a south room that gets and at several other points In the --a..,.oto ... @ in County. Part of the development
statewide of sunshine can use
the ,
in plenty you
club, and If my farming turned simple factors state in cooperation with private Is on Jupiter Island and part on
.
Campaign, the cool colors-green, and
Chick grays
out aa good as those 4-H club pro Grow Healthy concerns.So the mainland, where the town of
accurate records on more than blue, but along with them use 1
lot better off
jects I'd be a today. Hobe Sound la located.
the of vivid color too to avoid far these experiments have
I've just been reading the annual 100,000 chicks grown during touches ,,1 LIVE STATE NEWS -
: and last five years show. The cam- monotony. In a north room use shown that carpet, Bermuda. Ba-
A \ :report of the state club agent, Gainesville Lee B.
Margery
planned in 1028 by Nor- the warm colors-pinks, yellows, hia and centipede grasses will do ,
was
I'm convinced that we older farmers paign '
., ought to stop and pay tribute man R. Mehrhof, poultry specialistwith amber, reds, vivid blues-all the well practically anywhere In the News of Florida in Short Paragraphs 65-year-old enough chickens farmer to nocturnal, had barn.lost
Extension colors. And offset state. Carpet, however, does not
Florida Agricultural gay and lively I
jJTiTthe4'H'boys.:: We are never
L. -.J He
yard prowlers. decided
1r I I I've learned Service, who with county and them with touches, of quieter col do well on dry lands. Dalits grass to seta
too old to learn, and a trap and get rid of them
and home demonstration agents has ors, so that your bed room may Is suited to growing on the muck once
lot boy talking
helping my and for all. Last
lands and moist soils of the night Margery
not look restless and fidgety. Ina heavy
with the club specialist and county conducted It since. II .. --- -
to be, fixed a gun at the chicken house
the west room, mingle the warm and state. Lespedeza seems
through
'agent.. From the beginning to the better flat- Jacksonville The Jacksonville receiver for the door. Any fellow sneaking into
chicks were the cool colors-with the cool ones adapted only ] ,dez, appointed
First of all, last year when hard everything 1931 season 47,577 all six of the fac- predominating. In an east room, wood lands In the north and Traction Company, which served i track, was authorized by Circuit the coop would get at load of lead.
else having raised following
.J, boys' 4-H was club enrollment I tors. Slightly over 3,000 of them, the warm and cool colors also may western part of the state. north-I this city for nearly three decades ,,Judge F. N. Robles to proceed with Making his last round of the
going
he found
yard, chicken
a
I has proved suited with an electric street railway system for reopening the track. stray
died. Dur- be combined, but the warm ones grass plans
increased about 20 percent. They, less than 7 percent,
or '
; I wandering out of bounds after the
should predominate. southern half of the state. was sold at public auction recently Remua agreed to put up $5,000.
ai-e now nearly 2,500 strong in ing the same four years, poultrymen curfew hour for chickens He
"Florida.. Last year 356 of the boys who grew 35,600,. chicks but Study the arrangement of the I'' The records show that these' to the Motor Transit Com- I The track will probably reopen shooed It back to the coop. But

completed a project In growing an followed only five of the factors, furniture In your bed room. Be grasses can well be planted at any pany, recently organized by bond- Monday night subject to approvalby Margery had
forgotten his
I trap
acre of corn. They made an average had a 22 percent chick mortality. sure that it Is balanced for artis- time, except that lespedeza shouldbe holders of the traction company.The the state racing commission. for thieves. As he opened the gate

of 32 bushels per acre while About 11,000 chicks were grown tlce effect, and for comfort. If the planted between February and sale price was $55,000. There his gun sent a blast of lead

ti ""'' we older farmers averaged 13. In with only four of the factors followed room Is small, use a wallpaper May. In most cases the better were no other bidders. Miami-Ten thousand Florida through his leg. He died today

keeping with the times the boys and the mortality was which will give a perspective; if the land preparation the better has chickens have flown from Miami

idld not use much fertilizer, but nearly 30 percent. A few poultrymen you choose paints, choose a color been the stand and growth of the Gainesville-In service for more i I I t to various British colonies and Lat- St. Petersburg It will be the

p many of them were keen enough who followed only three of that will give the room an atmos- grass. In most cases the best response than a quarter of a century, the I in American countries in the Car- old story of youth and audacity

+ to grow a cover crop before the the factors lost 41 percent of their phere of space. Clear, soft colors has been obtained where a main traffic entrance and gateway' ibbean area during the past six versus age and experience when

i ,corn to add organic matter to the chicks. ; are better than the deeper, more I complete fertilizer mixture was to the University of Florida at the months. The migration was not George Washington Brown, 80,

,I'soIL Those six factors, as outlined by vivid tones, because they give an used. I corner of West University Avenue voluntary, but strictly commercial.The and Corporal William Jubb, 92, put
effect of and spacious. Small mowed frequentlyhave and Ninth street has been closed chickens, newly hatched, did
k Fifty-six of the boys grew pea- Mr. Mehrhof, are hatch early, use lightness plots I on 16-ounce gloves for the whisker-
nuts and they averaged 34 bushels clean eggs and chicks, have clean ness, fresh air and sunshine. constantly given higher and workers were today convertingthe I not fly under their own power, but weight boxing championship of St.

"per acre. Six of them grew Irish brooder houses and clean land, Choose small furniture to keep the I yields than those mowed less frequently 20-foot driveway Into a 12-foot I,under the wings of commercial Petersburg's Three-Quarter Century -

e potatoes aa a project and they feed balanced rations, and separate room in proportion and give it an Those frequently mowed walkway, bordered on both sides aircraft. The baby chicks cheeped Club Saturday at Braves

i turned; In the average of 125 bushels cockerels from pullets. The rec- air of spaciousness. Keep the:. have showed faster spread and by hundreds of blue plumbago. i contentedly as they sped southward Field. Both men are under five

.- N;; per acre yield from nine acres. ords showed that the two most floor and rugs deeper in color than more rapid early spring growth.The ;-; in the luxury of their own feet, weigh less than 100 and boast,

: ,They did about as well with sweet Important factors In reducing the walls and ceiling, otherwisethe improved permanent pastures Wllltston- front page box, : private compartments aboard the grizzled chin whiskers. Dr. M. H.

(potatoes 115 of them averaging chicks mortality aro clean brooder room will look top-heavy. Accessories -. have given from four to ten timesas the WIlliston Sun says, "A news- big air transports.RaifordAs Emory and Dr. George J. Gesber-

a +':216 bushels per acre. In the houses and clean land. play an Important part in much beef per acre as the native -, paper cannot pay Its debts, meet 1 I ger, both 78, will put on a prelim.

It'' northern part of the state 66 of By early,. Mr. Mehrhof means a room; keep them! in harmony 1: pastures. The native pastures, i pay rolls and' live, if bills owed to I I a protest against inary bout for the club's junior

; ','the boys grew cotton. They averaged the chicks should be hatched in with the larger furnishings to I as a rule, grow off earlier and give It cannot be collected." The SunIs "reports which have been generally title. Dr. Emory Is well known in

; r + 966 pounds of seed cotton per February, March or April so that achieve a perfect ensemble. I better early spring gain. going to print a list of all those I I circulated through the country Cuba, where he was for more than .

11&acre while the rest of us averaged they will get a good start before i Don't use a valance at the win- As to burning native pastures, owing money for subscriptions, and I I that those from the North are not 30 years an extensive land owner

I ;about half that much. hot weather and be at an age to dow if the ceiling Is low. It makes: extensive experiments are underway drop names from the list as they accorded good treatment in the and planter.

.'; The 4-H boys are looking to the give highest winter production. I It appear even lower. Do not use in cooperation with the Pen- pay up. Not a bad Idea, even for I'I penal institutions of the South,"

future not only In getting trainIng The eggs with which one starts tall furniture in a low celled room, ney-Gwinn Corporation at Penney display, classified and especially 12 Northern and Western inmatesof Tallahassee: -.An investigation

, c '; but many of them are doing should be obtained only from It is too obstruslve. Don't drape i Farms and the State Forest Ser- legal advertising accounts. I the Florida state prison farm disclosed many "money lending

;'reforestation: work. Sixty-one of flocks that are free of disease, your curtains so that they cut off i. vice. About 690 acres is divided I recently I presented SuperintendentL. companies" usually charging 10

y l them last year carried reforesta- healthy and vigorous, of standard the sunshine and fresh air-even Into four plots, and two of them Miami-When the giant airship F. Chapman with a scroll stating per cent interest weekly, "flourish-

l tion projects and they set 144 breeding, and of high egg pro- the least little bit. I are protected while the other two Akron sailed over Miami last week that "You and your subordInate Ing undisturbed" and "this traf-

oj';J'' acres to pines. In keeping with ducing ability. The brooder house Don't the furniture and are burned annually. On one Mrs. Gladys Falck's fancy pure officers treat all prisoners, regardless fic in human misery needs legisla-

'j .the call to live-at-home, 203 of the should be thoroughly cleaned and at arrange, it Is distracting.Don't burned and one unburned plot cat- blood cat became so exlcted it I of nationality, color or tive attention" said Ernest B.

>,boys carried projects In home gar- disinfected before the chicks are rugs angles with a large tle are grazed from March to No threw a fit. And when Mrs. I creed, with the same fair and 1m- Amos, retiring comptroller general :
put a wallpaper
den lng, while 89 of them carried vember while on the other two Falck It the cat consideration."
put In it and weekly thereafter. pattern in a small room, the effectIs finally caught portlal of Florida, in his annual report :
I projects in producing small fruits. Land that Is considered clean for Don't use heavy they are kept all year. Cattle bit a piece out of her right band. Saturday. "This damnable depres-
S overwhelming.
+ y Projecta In farm record keeping raising chicks Is that on which no overstuffed furniture in the bed weights, soil samples, tree growth, Mrs. Falck sought treatment at Jacksonville-United States en- sion," said Amos in his report,

ca, were conducted by 140 club boys. chicks have run and no poultry room. Don't use a number of and other points are being studied. a local hospital where she relatedthe gineers here have announced more "may be the crucible in which some
W. One hundred and seventy-one had has been spread for at incident to Earl Hudson of the than two and a quarter million dollars be
., manure small skittery on the floor, it helpful banking legislation may
flocks 144 In the Panama Clty-Bynum's last Flor-
poultry were least Land previouslyused police emergency squad. were spent year on
a year. gives a spotty effect. Don't put all wrought. Amos said the banking
", calf club, and 220 raised pigs. should be cultivated and crop the heavy pieces of furniture on Shop moved to corner building ida waterway developments. The :' situation was somewhat Improvedover

; + 7 :Many other types of projects were ped. At all times the chicks should one side of the room; don't have formerly occupied by Sudduth Flagler Beach-W. B. Blume, I Improvements included river and last year. He scored the loan

t' ,conducted, and in all the boys averaged have balanced ration, and a good large elaborate pictures In your Realty Co.PREHISTORIC. who lives near here told this one: I harbor projects, contract work on companies,, asserting "the weak
carrying 1 1-2 projects should be adoptedand He saw a four and a half foot rat drainage and dredging and regular
practice of are
feeding bed room; don't let the picture I and unfortunate our people
,y: each.! The social meetings and followed In detail without SITE TO BE tier In the road. A hawk had the maintenance, Major B. C. Dunn,
wires show; don't hang the pic I being preyed upon"Chattahoochee
\I' leadership training are also In- changing from one to another ture higher than the level of the OPENED SOON AT VERO snake by the head and was at- district engineer said. The total -

,valuable. tempting to rise with It. Another expenditures amounted to $2,227-
method. Jimmie I
of the From
; use
tl *,,' Club work Is being carried on in t --- eye average person The opening of the PrehistoricSite hawk darted down and seized the 290.32. The largest single projectwas
simple frames; cords the proper Whiddon of this city comes a story
y ,.83 counties In Florida and I am FORTY PERENNIALS just within the north city limIts wriggling tall of the reptile in its the intracoastal waterway I
for Mr. Rip- l
color may he bung from the pic- that Is good enough
"f !proud that the farm boys in our PROVE SUCCESSFULAT ture moulding In perpendicular line at Vero Beach on the Dixie claws and together the birds were from'Jacksonville to Miami, which ley's Believe it or Not. Accord- !

FK: county have the.advantage of it. COLLEGE GARDEN cr lines. highway, last week marked the beginning about to make off with their prey cost during the year $599,635.75. I Ing to Jimmie's own report he had
of another Interesting when Blume's truck hit them, kill- -
:'VALUE: OF CAYANA 10 -Virginia P. Moore. Florida and show .= : the following unusual experiencewhile
I. Gainesville, Fla.-Some 40 kindsof enterprise place. Ing all three.Tallahassee. Gainesville The Florida State deer hunting In Jefferson
I SUGAROANE SHOWN IN Constructed In the actual location Muesum houses seventeen I
have now
herbaceous perennials Here is his
:, 3 .*'' SERIES DEMONSTRATIONS proven truly successful In recent NMIUTANT-MARY- of the unearthing of the fossil It now appears pieces of rare, old pottery from county own version last Thursday.of the incident: "Re-

\ 't', trials at the University of Florida remains of the oldest man In that there Is some good In a bank the location of the earliest recordof to with a quarter of
,Y -: y, Gainesville, Fla. Guyana 10 College of Agriculture flower gar America, this site or public mu- failure. State Comptroller Lee pottery In Florida. It came. turning camp barrel and

!sugarcane yielded an average of dens, according to John V. Wat- -* My girl friends seum has good grounds on whichto announced in a report last week from Knox Hill, a few miles southof I venslon the gun hung across on! my my shoulder gun a deer

J :, ,,:313 gallons more syrup per acre kins, In charge of the gardens.In ol) sport'wedding; lay claim to the interest of that due to the number of banks DeFunlak Springs, In Walton jumped up, and bringing my gun
p. 'than the common cane varieties naming these varieties, he Floridians and travelers. closed, the number of those to be County, on the J. N. Gillis farm. I killed the
Into a shooting position
3 In 39 demonstrations conducted stressed the value of this group of rings-no'gildedfchoinsiorMlNEt The fossil collections are gath- visited by state bank examinerswas Knox: Hill was one of the few set- deer without removing the venslon.

fever) north and west Florida, reports plants to furnish color to the landscape ered in attractive rustic huts decreased. This he said, makesit tlements of Northwest Florida dur- venslon be-
"Note The was split
J. Lee Smith, agronomist In late summer and early } alongside the stream and the possible to save about $40,000 ing the Indian wars and historyhas the: second rib and
I and district agent for the FloridaI."Agricultural tall[ when the showy annuals are 16Qt' story of man through the ages Is yearly. The number of examiners it that it Wall Walton County low my gun
It -
thereby protruding
Extension;: Service. In through blooming. These plantsare phra6e presented in an interesting and has also been reduced, he said, to that the unrest of the Indians and stuck about through ,inches above the

.. each demonstration the Cayana more valuable when set in Tbr bett r.or' for instructive fashion by competent seven. Formerly there were 12. the noble Scotch settlers caused three of meat
barrel The quarter
/; 7;# band the old canes were grown side mold, closely planted masses. Theyare guides. the beginning of the aeven-year "
: by aide by the farmers. The demonstrations best used In shrubbery bays 'l Local people are showing marked Miami-A reduction of approxi Indian war period In this State. weighed 28 pounds. f

were planned by county and other places where they are SEND' interest In the park and many mately 30 per cent in passenger Tallahassee--Gov. Dave Sholtz

t _agent subordinate to the woody larger I people, led by attractive highway rates between Miami and Havana Palatka Whether Johnnie announced he had received but had

1 '\ The average yield of the Cayana plants. They should not be depended MY-SPINE ) signs, have stopped in to see what and Miami and Nassau, effective Haisten's White Rock decided to not acted upon the resignation of

;, \was 284 gallons while the common on as foundation plantings, .,.t6 the place has to offer Interesting January 1, is announced by Pan- change the model with the new Chairman Harry H. Wells of the

y y cane produced 171 gallons. Last but they do add a completeness, a comments have been the result and American Airways through H. C. year, or whether she was just suffering State Highway Department. Wells'

a year on 26 similar demonstrations touch to design. Dobbs Jr. division traffic from moment of mental
c finishing any mana- a letter of resignation, which he
,-r' 4r ; the results were very similar. The I With proper selection of varieties And the Worst is Yet t to Come ger. The reduction was made possible abberratlon, he hopes that the made public after placing the original

:, county agents have been conduct- bloom may be had from May until : through Increase in traffic queer shaped egg Is an omen of In the hands of the Governor,

Ing such demonstrations for four i frost. between these points. Proportionate better things. Shaped like a corn- said he was resigning at the new

i ',years, since the Florida Experiment ,. Among the ones that have proven kj4ye' reduction In rates to Mexico, ucopia, Haisten Is inclined to be- Chief Executive's request "com-

: Station announced the superlorlty successful are: Adam's needle Jamaica, Haiti and South American lieve that perhaps the mallform- municated to me by you In your

,' of Cayana 10 cane to withstand i with Its tall spikes of white flow ... points are also to become effective ed omelet Is indicative of more office on this date." The resig-

p mosaic and nematodes. !ers; varieties of the banana; blan- ryY JJ tomorrow. prosperous times. Just now he is nation was made effective at the

'j van 1. ;'/; Approximately 2,750 farmers ket flower with Its showy red and waiting to see if the White Rock Governor's pleasure. Wells was

; attended meetings conducted by yellow, daisy-like blossoms; blue Jacksonville W. Luther Koonof has decided to make the Improvement the fourth member of the five-

C", .'the county agents in 14 north and sage; the garden canna with Its Punta Gorda, one of Charlotte permanent or whether she man highway commission to resign

west Florida counties last year. numerous colors; Cardinal's guardfor county's leading cattlemen Satur will go back to standard lines. since Sholtz entered the Governor's

Each farmer was given a questionnaire a sash of bright red; the many day took over direction of Florida chair January 3. George B. Hills, j

including a question about small flowering chrysanthemums; livestock ImpJ'ovement as chair- Jacksonville There is no doubt Jacksonville; J. E. Lupfer, Kisslm- l
; :
About
+ f Cayana f these cane. 20 percent coontle with Its long, primate man of the State Livestock Sanl- about the number of tourists in mee, and W. A. Shands, Gainesville I
() questionnaires filled
were leaves; the cyperua for near the tary Board. He was named at a Florida at the present time exceeding resigned late: yesterday. Their ,
: In, and 59: of them showed
percent water garden; the day lilies with s M meeting of the commission here to the number in the State at letters of resignation also said they ,
that
.Cayana cane was being their many striking colors; falsedragonheadfour +' f I 1 r. I II RNINfr succeed T. Sutton Seville of Bush- the same time last year, accordingto were resigning at the Governor's

Jrl'own.I ; o'clock; Moreaor nell, who was succeeded on the W B. Clements, district pas reqeu t.

U I Natal lily; Stokes' aster with Its 1 board, under appointment by former senger agent for the ClydeMalloryLines.

: + cuplike, blue tinted, white flowers; 1 rwann. e3e" Governor Doyle E. Carlton, by Mr. Clements has been Tampa-Fishing, always one of

5 ; WRUF FARM PROGRAM the transvaal daisy; violets; and ; eNC{ Dwight Crum of Plant City. making a survey for the company' Florida's chief sports, has become

> others. e so.. and has just returned from a tour more attractive since a woman
"The Voice
; of Florida"Gainesville Many other herbaceous perennials Tampa-The Florida CItrus Ad- of the West Coast resort centersof living near LaBelle, fished] frag-
e
( Rocaaceb
-" t' were tried and for one rea- vertising campaign has been Florida. Ills opinion in regardto ments of a $500 bill out of a near-

Fla. son or another proved unstalsfac- changed to present the value of the number of visitors is basedon by drainage ditch, John O. Perry,
-Discussing 1mjportant
tory. Among them were the Florida citrus In the preventionand statistics furnished by travel vice president of the Exchange
farm
fl e problems, College of
Agriculture workers will speak common garden Irises, delphiniums cure of the wide spread Influenza authorities In the various cities, National Bank of Tampa, said re-

t d from state radio station WRUF at foxgloves, hollyhocks, columbine epidemic throughout the and information he has picked up recently. Banker Perry told the

,R St .j': 'noon each day next week. They hardy phlox, phlox subu- g J north, according to a statement first hand from other sources. story with the announcement that

"Swill speak on the Florida Farm lata, perennial pinks, thyme, mal l made by C. C. Commander, general he had received a check for the

1 Hour' from 12 to low, lilly of the valley and others.A I manager of the Florida Citrus Ex- Venice The cadet corps of woman, whose name was withheldat
12:45: : EST, according -
o a P to the following schedule: discussion of the varieties J change, recently. Both the radio Kentucky Military Institute arrived her request, from the Federal

in 5}''Sat., Jan. 14-Florida Farm that have proven successful may be and newspaper copy of the cam- here last week from Louis Treasury Several weeks ago, be

x :News and Hints. Farm Editorial obtained by writing Mr. Watklna paign have been redesigned to use ville, Ky., to occupy the school's said, the woman, with a party of

,ca. 1Snap hots. at the College of Agriculture.Wed. this advantageous appeal to northern newly-acquired Florida plant for friends stopped alonside the drain

t Mon., Jan. 16-Last Year With ., Jan. 18-Spring Annual consumers. the winter term. The trip was age ditch 25 miles south of her
made on a special train in home to seln for bait.
t' j iCounty Agents and Growers In the Flowering Plants Major W. L. chargeof The wom-
Tampa Money furnished by Commandmant E. C. an, he went of
,v Belt-H. O. Clayton. Nat- Floyd. Primer for Town Farmers. a Hodgin. on, saw the scraps
19 feral Agencies That Control White- George Remus, one time million The train was met by Col. C. B. paper, retrieved them, but was un-
aire bootlegger of Cincinnati will Richmond, president of the school able to 'detect
d'i d to IjTUes-Dr. E. W. Berger. Thurs.. Jan. 19-Highlights In the demnomlnatlon
."M:. Tues., Jan. 17-Growing Sweet Beef Developments in Florida W. be used to reopen the Six: Mile and other officials who have been of the bill. Her banker could not
CO
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d Corn In Florida--J. D. Warner J. Sheely. Preventing Worms in Creek Kennel club dog race track here for some time completing arrangements help her. So she brought the piecesto

80 4, Farm Question Box. Pigs-Dr. A I Shealy. a1e r.lliny. +.. here, and save 250 dogs from pos More than 200 cadets the Tampa bank where they.
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... .- sible starvation. Philip Bouquar- and instructors were aboard the were Identified.

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FRIDAY. JANUARY i3. 193S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARIVE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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LAWTEY CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst Taxei 'Tax**
DrirrlptloH Sec i T. It. A. Owner Coals: I>er-lpf Ion tee, T. R. A. Owner ft Coat

Stark In NKV4 of SWVi-88 8 23 J F. Hou.er __________ '7." and WVi of NEVi W orI.o'i"i.
Baptist Church Be '. 80 ft. 8 of NE Cor. of 1------------------3!* I 22 Unknown 17.85
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Ink. 29 aa extended on "
Hev. L. F.
Chapin, pastor.
Ku.ev Map and run 8 91 Addition to Stark' In I
Preaching services first and ft. W $0ft.N91.ft11\ NWVi' of NWJ4 N of 'th

RO ft. to beer.. OriginalTown _._____. _
third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. St. -- _28 6 22 T. 9. Wllllami ti5.75
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of Stark In NEU Lot 1 of Blk. 84 Peek's. Ad- I
m. of 8W% it 8., 22 A. W. Ander.on -___-__ ll.tl dltlon to Starke In NWV'
Thy word is I lamp onto my feet, and alight onto m* path.-Pulm 119105.: Sunday school 10 a. m. H. B. Ar- Lot. 1a54of131k,63 SIC'4 of NWU' N of 9th Rt. -.-25 8 22
of SWVi J. M. John Ad- Lot 133415 of Blk. 88 T. B. William ___.___ US't

All teaching doctrine or wood supt.Prayer dition ...________._____28 8., 22 John R. McKlnley ___ IS.01 Peek' Addition to Stark ,
religious Lot. 8 S of Blk. S8 In
lOtyi4JUriJlllJi 2jr-mB: I Service 7:30: m. Wed SEVI Jrvi ot NWV4Nof\
creed If they to have claim p.
are any of SWJ4 J. M. John Addition h _
I upon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with nesday.B. -.:_----__---..282V4 8 22 A. W. Anderson ___._ 13.08rAB Los .8a IS- 14- ft AK of9 8 22 H. A. Bishop ____ __.__ l1.air "

1 the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. B3 of of Ry SWVi In SW boundedN Cor. Addition lot 10 of Blk.to Stnrk 86. Peek'In )

+I}Jof the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN by John Add W by; Ry NWI of NW% N ot 9th
6 tSPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." S by section line also
Grace M. E. Church lot > ft 10 of Blk 47 J. Lot f-'a"8- ia- f"Bik":.B28 8 22 F. A. Scott _n_ ____ US -.

I's Factor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this drpartmen Rev. W B. Christy, pastor. M. John Addition --18 8 22 J. O. BoydUnknown ________ W." Rlalna Addition to etarke
church activities organization and annouao Lots1134ofB1k.3LT. In NWM of NWVi South
of ,
f $ for
news made the only requirement Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays ft Co'.. Addition -----___t| 8 22 -=- __ ____ 13.71 of Oth St. .______. ____-2S i 11 Hrt. Ce1la
\ menta. Space freely given and no charge Lot 4 S 8 S Lot Carter --- .11
at 11 a. m. and 7:30: m. 7 S 10 11 IS 18 18 14 of Blk. B Rl.- --
being that such Item reach this office before Wednesday moraine p. It of Blk. 10 L. 7'&Co'.. log Addition to ftark In :-

'. otherwise the cannot be handled for current laaue. Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : x.o1d tlloln ------------2$ 0 22 Lee Morgan ___ 11,08 NWV4 of NWVi South of
m.Sunday. 4 of Blk. 11 L. T.: 9th tit. I 13 Mra Jl'. A. .
A Co' Add. ---------18 8 22 J. O. Boyd: _______+. 11.71 Lot. 1 a of BlkT'cnRlaTni1 Bishop --- II
II| Lord; for I have never eaten anything school 10 a. m., Mrs. Lot 8 of Blk. 11 L. T. ft Addition tn Starke In

that Is common or unclean. Mary Moore; supt. Co'.. Addition ---.--as I 22 L. D. Green ___________ 4.TI NWVi of NWVi South of
II Lots 1 I 8 411 11 18 14 ot ? -_ ---96 .8, 22 3. C.
h SUNDDA80SCUOOL And the voice spoke--What God League, 9:30: p. m. Sunday. Blk. IS U T. ft Co'.. Ad- Lot. hlHti B i-il ic-a Popp.1l ------- .... I-

II hath cleansed that call not thou dltlona_ _.-----___._!$ 8 22 Unknown .______ 11.01 land a of Blk. a to land '
I 8 40 ftof Lot 1 line J. o. Alvarea Addi-
common. Fraternal Blk. 14 bounded B by J. tion to Sttxrke 8 of Mad- -1

Thereupon Peter went to the O. Turner land L. T. A Isms ft W of Walnut et...,$ I 22 1011''. 8. ... Hamrlok .
15 No. 189 F. & A. ___ 54 81
JANUARY Lawtey Lodge :
FOR 19-1 Co'*. Addition :_--IS 8 22 Mr. Pearl Snyder _____ 21.31 Lot B of Blk. 1 Wynn'a Ad.
house of Cornelius as to a Jew. The M.. meets at city hall building 1st Lot S 18 ft 8 > ft. of Lot dltlon to Stark. In NW34of .)

with People of test with a Christian should be and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30 m. 4 of Blk. 14 L. T. ft Co'. 8WK 8I 8 22 Miss Olllo Marr ____ 11.0 ',
Subject: Living How would p. Addition -------. .28 8 22 Floyd Green _..___ 21.01 One lot bounded N by 6. -J
do T
I other Races. what would Christ T. T. Blackburn, W. M. Lot IofBlk.l4I.Ta Orlffln H by Sharp land ,,1

he have me act T And the Christian O. .. Phillips Secy. Co'. Addition ..------18 8 13 Annie Ua Bennett __ 18.TI W by Walnut St. ft U by
Golden Text: "Of a truth I perceive Lot S of Blk. 14 L. T. Co'a. By ______________18 8 22 Mrt. Eva KIIlI"n ___ 28.18
that God Is no respecter of' should act accordingly. Addition --38: I 22 Joe Orlffls ______ ..,S D...",. at BW Cor. or lan.1.old
I' Lot. 1 2 2 of Blk. 17 U T. to Mr.. T. T. Long

|persons." Acts 10:34. BAPTIST OVl.n: WORkr- A Co*. Addition -.__28 .8, 22 :Mrs Angelina. Wheeler._ I.n by 8. J. Tempi A run B j
Acts Lot 4 5 of Blk. 18, L, T. 14 deg. W All ft. for a pt.
Lesson Text: John 4:5-10; ft Co'.. Addition _--...28 8 22 J. a. Boyd ...______ 15,71Lot of b"... thence E 14 deg- h
10,;30-33. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. NERVES 11 of Blk IS L. T. ft 841ft. thence S 14 degrees ,

The attendance is Co'*. Addition. ..____28 6 22 Ray New.om _____ 1.78 W 160 fl. lhenreW ,I
One of the serious problems before Thomas supt. 2 S ot Blk. 19 L. T. 14 deirrne" 8 82 ft.

our country now is the residence again Increasing. Every teacher Lo.act" '.. Addition I _--_-':28 8., 22 Nat William _____ 23.71 thence N 14 degree Id 2tO
Lots S 8 7 of Blk. 19 L. ft. thence 11 14 degree" ,. B .
among us of so many people present last Sunday except one. T. : Cn'R. Addition ___23 6 22 L. T. A Co. ___________ 2.71 41 ft. to bogIn Starke-.SS. 8 22 C. B. Hayes: __.____-. 28.41 i
.of different races "attracted by; Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 2 S of Blk. 27 L. T. Cor. of 8W<4
for earn- m. Subject for morning service LOl.o'e. Addition I -_--_: :28 8 22 F. C. Semme _._..__.__ 12.71 B"f''vlZl' run K 484 ft.
opportunities
|the many Lot 8 7 of Blk. IT L. T. A 8 418 ft. W 484 ft. N 418 '
Ing: a good livelihood men by the "Have Faith in God." Mark 11:22.: Co'*. Addition I __ 28 8 22 8. J. Coleman _._.__-__ IG.18LOi'l..O.J.l.i ft. to bog' -_ ________is 8 22 W. M. Monden ____ 12.11 ,
for B. Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p. m. 13 14 of ink. SVi aor-n In NWVi of SWVi t
[millions years
many
every year Co'- Addition.28 8 22 J.V.. Andrew. _______ 8.71 S of Madison I Bt. known 1
J flockeM to the United States from Devotional Bible study each 10 11 nf Blk. 28 L. aa J. (1. Alvarei real.. .

5 every land under the sun. The Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. Come. Lo.f.Id'o' Addition I 28 8 13 Ray Newiom. __-.____ B.7I dance Blk. *x. 1 lot In ;.
Lot 8 nf Blk. 80 L. T. & NW Cor. sold to J. U
I presence ft so many whose standards Subject for next Wednesday eve- b Co'-. Addition :__ 23 8 22 Cliai. C. Armstrong ___._ 2.71 Peek -------------.2$ 6 22 J. W. Amlrown Jr. ?_. 81.JJ .
of living and whose ideals! ning is: "The Marriage In Cana." Lota 1 8 12 IS 14 of Blk.XI Com. at SB Cor. of liny "
L. T. & Co'.. Addition Madison St.. A run' H 1S4
(conflicted with our own was becoming The wine question-what do you ------.----->| 8 22 Unknown ____-__-- 11.01 ft. R 80 ft. N 182 ft. to
( rapidly growing menace. think about it? Jesus relation to SH of Blk. I T. ft Co'a. Madison. ft. thence W on .r 9

I the social life. Read Jn. 2:1-11 Addition .8_ -_-:_-__--:..:23 8 12 Unknown ____-_--_ 2.71 mlil Ht. 84 ft to !h..W. In
( of the United
True the greatness W 34 of Hlk. T, ft Co'.. NW ror. of J. u. Alvare.* "

(States Is largely due to those immigrants and come prepared to help us discuss Sub InI.: --_--___:_28 8 22 Rose Cox ........._ 8.78! residence. Blk. ------9* .8, 22 J. ]1. ft Eva Lord __?___ 37.2S ,
Lot 2 of Blk L. T. ft Lot. 567 bounded N by I
this subject.PRESBYTERIAN
[ their brawn their industry timely Co'.. Sub I"lllIO -- 28 8 22 James Byrd __.____ 1.78! Call Bt. and 13 by Court

their diversified talents. Lot 8 of Blk I 11 L. T. ft St. In Cookaey'a Add..28 8 82 J. W. Andrew Jr, ._141.0J Ji|
One of the most serious of our Co'.. Sub Dlvl.lon28 .8, 22 Bill Short ?_-__-_._ 5.71 I One lot In Cookney'a Add
Lot A 2 Blk. 14 U T. bounded B by W. K Middleton -
problems is that of living with UP TO TOOT erIn work- I ft Jo'* u..r Division ___.:28 8 22 L. T. ft Co. __...______ 1.71 N by J. W. An- f 1 1J.

7 i these men of other races as Christians Services Sunday, January 15, as 7" every nerr. at high tension.No Lot I 2 of Blk 15 A EJ 88 drewa. Jr. W by Mitchell ';.
follows wonder yon snap at the wife ft. of lots S 4 of Blk. ISft ft S by Madison Bt. -___ig 5 13 W. Andrew. ____ 13II '
| should The first factor is : Lota ll&E58ft.oflots Com. at SW Cor of Call A 1
I this solution of the problem mustbe 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. and bark at the children S 4 of Blk." 18 L, T. Broadway St.. A run W '
Watch out I Overworked & Co'*. Sub Dlvl.lon28 8 22 Annie! Mack Coleman ._ 19.81 on Call St. 94 ft. B 105 '
Williams acting supt. \
i the aid of God. We must pray serves mar lead to SJeepleaa- Blk. 19 1. T. ft. Co'; .. Bub ft. 1094 ft. N105ft.to ;

for the foreigners among us and 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon ass, Nervous Hamdaeb. N.rr> Division __ .----.---_2$ I 23 L. T. ft Co. _________ Ill be.15IIa 10.o---------U .8, IIMr.: .. Annie! Hemlnrway .. 11."

'lor' ourselves in relation to them;; I by the pastor. Theme, "The ewe ladltTMUon and a boat aotkav < Blk.Dlv.lon SI 14 L. T. ft --i Co'.. Sub 8 13 Unknown ________ 1.71Lot Com.of Call. A ft.Orange. Ml. A \

and that is why our first extracts I Gospel. napleasant cUstorbaneaav IofBlk81L.T.&Co'.. run R lOll ft. M ft.ft ft. N

'three verses from Solomon's I 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Why dwt you try Dr. Mll.'. Sub Dlvl.lon _.- -----28 8 12 Fannie Lloyd _._ -___ 10.71 toy ft. to Call St. thenceW )
BaTecTeaeeat NerrfaM Tablets Lot. 1 2 or BVi of Blk. S3 on said Ht. to bear. -2* .8, 22 J. J. Eftl Johns ?___ 11.41
great prayer at the dedication of Topic, "How Unselfish Should We L. T. ft Co'.. Sub Dlvl-lonjj 8 22 Llllle Sander. _.____ 5.71 One lot bounded. E by Bay
"Moreover Be?" Scripture text, Matt. 16:21-: Just one ta a half glass ee f Lot S of Blk. SS L. T. ft Ht. N by land of A. UAlvarea
the follows: ;
temple, as water makes a pleasant, apaii Co'*. Sub Dlvlnlon -----13 1.12 Walter Gumming ____ 2.79 W hy W. M Edwards -
,concerning the stranger, that Itjjkiot 27. Leader, Margaret Williams.. Sag drink deUfhtfully soothing Lot 4 of Blk. SS L. T. ft A S by Call St. In

of thy people Israel, but 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song to overtaxed Co'*. Sub Dlvl..lon88. .8, 22 -Charley Thomas ....___ 10.71 NWVi of SWU" ------.--,o 8 22 -Mrs: S. M. Well ______ ....
lienee. Lot 19 or KV4, of Blk. 83 8 80 ft. of lots a 4 of Blk.
[cometh out of a far country for and sermon. Dr. ICnea Nerrln la BOW L. T. & Co'. Sub Dlvl.8 I In J. D. Jones Add. -__-a 8., S3 J. B. Corpenlng. ________ 10.71 '

[thy name's sake; when he shall Prayer meeting Wednesday at Mtde tn two forma -.T-qoM. and nft. ___-__-______ _--28 8 23 Sam Tlion _._______ 11.08 2-8 Interest. In lots 1 4 of
50 nf Lot 4 of Blk.: S3 lllk. 2 In J. D. Jones. Addition -
[come and pray toward this house; 7:30: p. m. EffXT.aeent Tablet. Beta hart L. T. & Co'.. Sub Dlvl.- ? ------------.fle 8., 33 Turner, Molt: A Qarrls 1'.01

.Hear thou in heaven dwelling A cordial invitation to all our the same soothing effect Ion .. ________________2A 8 22 Ida Simmons _____ 7.01 Lots 13 of Blk, aI In J. D.Jonea .
thy services extended to all. $1.00 at your line stove Lots I 3 or 'o13L lk. 14 Add .. __-_.:.:_--2 a 8., 22 II. C. Rltch ___________ 10.71 '. to:
[place and do according to all that T, & Co'.. Sub Dlvli- One lot of land 114 ft. N

the stranger calleth to thee for: c w .'t.t,.. lon --._. Co'e,2S .8, 22 Sam Tlion ______ 408 A H by 110 ft W ft: W
TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH .r W of Bik.16 L. T. & bounded E by Randr.on
that all pepole of the earth may 4 Sub Division _---..-- tSVj 8 22 I_ M. Kller.on _______ 11.75 Lan. & S by Hoyt St.-.IS 8 22 Mary Jan Green _____ 11.11 i t tOne
know thy name to fear thee, asdo Services will be held Saturday 1 t of Blk. 88 Li. T. & Co'.. lot of land 8113 ft. N
Hub Division. --------28 8 23 Sual Chandler __ S.75 &Sby210ft.Ea W ..
i thy people Israel; and that they before the third Sunday of each RVINE; Blk. ST tt: 88 Li. '1'.-.... Co'.. bounded N by Pratt Bt. ftIfl J..

ay: know that this house which I month. Sub Division' .. 1Blk. 8., 23 A. O. Jenkins _____ 10.78 by Sanderaon Lan. ...28 I 22 J. W. Harrell ----- 14,16
D. L. Phillips Pastor. "TUc"1'S" ; 39 U T. d Co'a. SubDivision lot of Innd com. at .1-.1On.
1.J1ave bullded, Is called by thy ktg 8 23 1. O. Powell ________ 10.75 NB Cor. of Broadway. A
Uame." W% of Rik------------; .. Hoyt St.. A run N on ill
read that NOTICE Hub Division _--...2J 8 23 L. T. ft Co. ....____ 2.75 Brnadwav Ht. 105 ft. E
You will do well to '.A'06 'I, hereby given' that the following land will b* sold Lot. 14 of Blk. 41 L. T. A 157'A ft. H 10ft ft to Hoyt 1'
i.
1 speech of Solomon at the dedlca- the P 6th on the FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY 19J3. it being Co'a. Sub Division ----28 8 S3 30... E. Franklin _-__ 5.75 St. W I57Vii\ ft to b.... -II 6 13 J. '. Colley ______ .-___ 11." :;
day of said month before the courthouse door at Starke in Bradford Lots 1 > of Blk. 43 L. T. ft One lot fronting on Broadway -
:lon of the First Temple 1 Kings County State of Florida' ro much thereof a* will b* neoe.-ary to Co'.. Sub Division _____28 8 22 John Williams _____ ..'78 Ht. bounded N by old "
.::22- 3. for its is a great petitiono pay the amount due for taxes set oppo-lte the same, together with the Blk. 44 L. T. & Co'.. Sub County lull. M by land of
coat of such ale and advertl.lngCARL JOHNS Tax Collector Dlvl.lon ____ --_-_28 8 23 -.A. 0. Jenkins __-.______ 8.78 M. I.. John. A known a.
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o calls attention to the T.... Lot. 1 4 of Blk. 46 and Lot.iSofBIk.46LT.F.Ce's... __18 I 22 Unknown ____ 11.Lot.12$45l7591011K1ach2alh$45oferlplace ./$ t
Our lesson
D."rl"el. II.... .
old story of the Good Samaritanwho T. n. A. Owner -b Costa Sub aivaionof. 28 8 12 Sarah Scott _____ 11.05 IS of Blk. 1 Dowllnar "
Com. 100 ft. W of NE Cor. Lot 1 Lotof Sub Division. to Stark In
aided the wounded traveler on of W% of NW>4 of BEVi Ilk 47 L. T. ft Co'.. SubIgrlofD of ftSWKot\

the Joppa road. The Samaritan W of 100 NBV4 &N run 848 ft.S 245 E 100 ft. NW : : ic-iiL.-T.U \ 12 Fannl. McCall ___ 7.05 Lots NW.J2 SWJ4________"_10 I 22 I. y Dowllna- _________ 11.1 ,i

J lived on the west side of the Jordan ft to bft. _____________28 8 23 E..la Short ________ 880 Co'a. Sub Division """_28 I 12 J. R William. ..._____ 8.75 11 of lIS4507591011 Blk. S Dowllng Sub .
All NW% of 8EV4 South of Lot 8 of Blk.I 48 L. T.:: ft TMvl-lon.
the to Htark In
| River between Galilee on Call ___________ __28 8 22 IB. 'j '
St. D. Card _____ 50.71 Co'a Hub Dlvlilon .0, 12 Joe Grant 1.55 NW'4 of 8W" a SW'4' ofNWy4 "
: Vi.-.U -------
orth and Judea on the south. Oewybrof: NW Cor. of Lota S 8 of Blk. t ____________19 8 22 I. V. Dowlln.J. _____ 15.56 .
E ---i 8 22 O. L. Haynes ....._____ 40.71 Truby' Addition to
2 King 17:24-34: tells how the Half bounded. t1& Lot I of Blk. 1 City Park ;
acre 12 Stark., ND Cor. of SEVi\ Hub Division. Weatherly.
ng of America removed the people by Pin. St. W by N. of NWV4 W of By. ----28 I 22 J. M. Truby _____., 14.35 A 'armen'.. Addition to i

' of Samaria and brought men Sternberg- N by MrR. -. $ 8 22 Lot. 13345(75&fracl.: .' t" Stark In HWVi' <>( Sm25 8., 22 W. Andrews _______ I." .,
S. Fernandes2 R. S. Farn.ndei __ '.18
--- Lot on W side of Blk. B .
Ln' 3 5 8 7 S of Blk. 1 City
{ rom Babylon and other cities of Com. at SB Cor. of BWVi w axSl ftoflote7N. Park Sub Dlvl.lon

ssyria to the cities of Samaria of SW% ft run W 795 ft. ... J. Jones Addition to W-Rtherly A Carmen'. "
N aiB ft. NE 808 ft. 13 Starke In SE%, of NWi4 Addition tn Stark In .
nd they dwelt there- "They fear 208 ft. thence E 174 ft. '- I 22 Bradford BWVI of BBVI _____28 8 S3 Unknown -T/$
I.or.nal ux.8: County Dank. ".n ------
8 902 ft. to also
beg- ".1'
not the Lord-Wherefore" the BIk.fC Lot 2 of Blk. 1 City Park
tall lands H of Mra. of lots S 13 nr .
Sub Division Weathrly
marl tans spoke to the king ofyria Sparkman & W of Ily. InS N. J. Jones Addition to A Carmen'' Addition to

and he sent one of the cap- \ of SW% __________28 I 22 10 Mrs. E. F. Johns _____ II." Stark In SKVi o( NW% Stark In HWVi of BEVi._28 8 33 B. W. Miller -......__ til
Jewish back to Sam- Lot 8 T 8 of Blk.l Original W of Walnut Bt. ------18 I U.- Unknown _...___ 71.18 Lots 8 3 of lllk a City Park
ve priests Stark In Lot.121466of: 11114DN. Sub Division Weathcrly .j
la to teach the Hebrew religion. NE(4 of wsnw'l! "_ 28 8 22 II. A. .Dew 25.05 J. Jones Addition to A Carmen'a Addition to
nation made gods Lot 3 S 4 S of Blk. 4 Original Stark In 8EU of NWtt Htarke In BVi of BBVi of28 8 83 Mrt. O. K. Perryman -_ 4.IS :
owever. every Town of Htark In W of Walnut Bt.By ___ Lot l of Blk. 4 r-lty Park
3 their own." They had a mixed NE14 of SW14 _________28 8 22 T. A. Brtnson .. 11.05 __-____ -'8 I 23 J. M. Alvare. _________ $1.65Lot Hub Division. Weathcrlyft .
NH of Blk. 634 Original I ft N I ft. of lots 4 Carmen Addition to
eligion, "Feared the Lord and Town o r Stark. in NE3425 5 8 of Blk E N. J. Jones Stark. In BWVi of BBVi._28 8., 33 Jo* 81.trunk ___.___. I at ri I
rved their graven Images." This of SW4 ---_ 8 22 II. A. Bishop ___ 11.05 Addition to Starke In
Lot. 1 S of Blk. 18 OriginalTown Lots 1234 of Blk. A
'
BBVi of NWVi W of Wal
ade enmity between the Jews and of Stark. In N4! .' nut Bt. ------------H 8 33 J. M. Alvares.___... 1'7.11I tump'. Addition toHtark .,
Samaritans had said Lev. of SW 4 ___________2$ 8 22 F. 1 In SVi of SBVi of
for God F.
( Stump _______ 1805 Lot S of Blk. Highway
NBVi __ __ ____ ._ .29 8 22 F. '. Stump .... .. t II
Com. 80 ft. B of NE Cor. __ 8 --
and Addition to Stark. ___ 28 22 Bradford County Bank 10.75 ilik.
::26) "I the Lord am holy 12845878 of
Lots
of Blk. 17 ft run W SO ft. Lot 1 of Blk. 1 T.mpl.. ,
bve severed you from other peo- 826 ft. B 50 ft. N 25 ft. Addition to Stark. In R Htump'a. Addition to '
Htnrk' In BWVi of BKVi\ __
to beaOrlalnal. Town of
le, that ye should be mine." Stark. In NE>4 of 8WM-2S\ 8 22 H. A. Bishop ___ 11." NBVi of NBVi of W NWU of By.and__W__%_28VVt 8 22 Bradford County Bank. 51.25 NEVi __ __ ____________29 8 22 F T. Btump _________ '..11Lot.

f Humanly the hatred between the Com. at NW Cor. of Call ft of lot S of Blk. 1 Tern- 13845878 Addition of Blk.

va and Samaritan was natural; Walnut Bta. A run W on pie'. Addition to-'Stark* O Htump ofNKVi tn
Htnrk In of BBVi
SVi
ft. 2 In. to '
Call St. 140 apt !n NKVl of NWV and WVi _
29 8 23 F. ,. Btump ____ 6.76LotsISS46STR010It ;
t: In the spirit of Christ there of beg. : thence. N 105 of NEVi o W of Hy. _____28 8 22 F. O. Hemingway A "

uld be no hatred against the In- ft. W 18 ft. S 105 ft. E Lot S or Blk. 3 Temple'. P. a McMillan __ 21.8S IS 13 14 15 18 of Blk. DStump'
18 ft. to beg. Original
Addition to Starke In NKVi

viduals.*. town of Stark. in NEVi of NWVi and WVi of NE% In HVi of. Add SEVi' of to HKV Htark___29 8 22 F. ". Stump _.._-_.___ S.SIL.
I Today's lesson gives a sample of of SWVi _____38 8 22 D. E.) Knight ___ 22.40 W of Ry. $ 8 23 Mrs Cella Carter 13.35
----------2 1I1.k 14 In
arlst's treatment of the Samarl- E Blk..8 Vi 18 ft.ex.of 20 Lots ft. by 1 I 4IVi of .ot 4*Temple'1 I 8 1- Addition.. to Addition __tla.kine'29 Cor.___ 8 22 A. Davis. Jr. _____ 12.78 .'

: "Then cometh he to a city F.ft. on C.South Holllna-.worth side .old to to Htarke. In NEVi otNWVi IYL acre' nf In HKVl NW being. 284 otNK'4

Samaria, which is called Sychar.ow Original Town of Work of and Ry. WVi_____ofNBViW _______28 .8, 23 II. A. Shaver Co. ______ 51,8! ft.W _NF.Sby390ftE&_ ___ ____'? 8 22 1 L. A. Davl., Jr. .____111...
Jacob's well was there. Jesust In NEI
on the well: and it was about One NB!Lot CorT om.of Blk.44Vi 18 ft ft W run of Addition NB"4 of NWV to\i and Stark WVi of In W'/i ditch ._..._ 8 23 L. A. Davl., Jr. .-_-__ 1.71

e sixth hour. There cometh a W on Call St. 37 ft. 8 In. NKV'} W oflly. ____-___38 8., 23 E. W. Ilayea: _____ 3.35 15'4 acres bounded Madl.on VI by
H 105 ft. 13 87 ft. SIn.N Myrtle Ht.
Blk. 9 strip of land land: ; f
man of Samaria to draw water; 105 ft. to be*. Original All ex. side of Rt. W hy of L. A.
3 tn. off N .
10 ft.
toInk. Town of Stark In NEVi\ Davis., Jr., ft N by half ,
BUS"salth unto her. Give me of BWVi __________38 8 22 J. 1C Alvares 70.10 Temple'lot 4 ft. .... Addition all lot. 6 17 to "..c. line. _________.20 8 22 L. A. Davl. Jr. ___ ,..,
Lot 5 .-. lot SS ft. N ft S by n. Stark In NI,4 of NWVi Com. at HW Cor. of Madl.on ,
The woman well knew the hatred 60 ft E A W In NE Cor. .. and WV4 of NB'A\ W ol ft Myrtle St*. ft run

tween Jews and Samaritans, and of ft. name apart ft of Lot 7 8 ex.8 of SO Ry. -__-______38 < 22 a. It Johns ....____ 1225 ft.SilO to ft.Madlann W 210 St.ft.thane N 310
: Lot. 1 3 1456'1 IS 14 of
1t.0 .
; of E on said. St. 210 ft. to {
d to Jesus "How Is It that thou. Blk. IS
11 Temple' Addition
Blk. In Qa.kln'n. Add._2 8 12 B. O ft C. & Holtiendorf
askest drink of Stark In NEVi of BWVi.28 8 22 II. V. Knight ____ ".18 to Stark. In NEVi of beg. 28.91'i
g a Jew me Com. 30 ft. S of NE Cor. Coax 210 ft. H of SW Cor.
and WVi ( NEVi
NWVi o
ch am a woman of Samaria? of Lot B of Blk. 18 ft run ft. W of It,.. ___-._-__.__SS 8 22 M. B. Liddon .... "..15Lot. of A Madison run .R on ft Myrtle Myrtle St.f"t.. # f
W 50 ft. 815ft. E 50
II Temple'
11
the Jews have no dealings with *
N 85 ft. to be*. Original" Add.ftot Stark.. In 1101t.WIlOft.N110ft .
Samaritans. Jesus said unto Town of Stark In NEIi B 210 ft. to beg. In Oa.k-
of
If thou knewest the gift of Residence.of SWVi lot_ _on_W__side___. of_* 8 22 II. A Bishop n." NKVi NHVT' of WorRy.NWVi" and__WVi_____38 8 22 Hr. P. m. Halley 7.10Lots I Com.In'a S10 Add.ft._W_ .of.. _8W_.---Cor.-- 21 < 22 B C ft C. 8. HoIUendort ....
14 of Blk. 18 T.mf,1. -
and who it la that ssjth to Elk 18 bounded N by Call .'18. Addition to Stark of Madison. A Myrtle St..

Give me to drink; thou Bt.! B by Starke House .. NF-4: of NWM\ and W34 .moreland run W 110 Ht. thence ft..to We.t-fl. on ,'
W. H. S by Had- 21 8 22 T. 3. Alderman _
t.n vV.b of NKVi W of K- ____ n.n 420
ildest asked of him and he lion ft Court St.x. Lot a of Blk. 14 Temple's said St. 430 ft. N fl. '"
to bg designated. onmap
ild have given thee living wa- iota In NW Cor. sold Add. to Stark In NEUof r .
of Qa.kln'a Add. ai ,
J. R. Davis ft Son ol
," To win a foreigner speak Richard ft. ex. lot aold NE'NW W'of% and 117.Lots -WVJ 21 8 22 L O. Pr.r.tt 11.18 "Clark 2 A Blk" ______29i 8 22 B. C. ft C. S.! Holtiendorf 10.5S i
I 1 In SW ofBBVi
Clara L. Peek Original. acre
, dJy to him. Town of Stark In NEVi 8 9 10. 11 Addition ia of Blk. 13Temple' to \ of BBVi of NEV" ___29 8 22 L. A. Davis Jr. ______ '.'71

resua recognized a difference be- of '4oi 28t 8 12 Unknown .102.45 Stark In HK<4 of NWVi 2 acrea In NEVi of SEVi. 'j
bounded E I
, n Jews and Samaritans, for Lo 1 S i1ik--3-Orla- and W"4 of NEVi W of. by Dowllng'
Inal Town of Stark. in, 18 8 22 C. L. Peek ____ .15 Add fl by 81. W by St. ft.
I tbat conversation he said "Ye.ship NEtt of 8WVi! --------28 8 22 Oo. C. Krai ... 89.05 Lot. IS 14 of Blk. 21 Tem. : N by. Oa.kln'a Add. _____39 8 22 J. O. Boyd: ____ 82*
5 I ."1''' In SW Cor. of S1'4of ]
not what: we know what Lot 7 of Blk. 28 OriginalTown pi*'. Addition tn !Stark!
$

t worship: for salvation to of the SW One: lot of
But Jesus was anxious to 29 extended on En- Lot 3 of Blk. 24 Temple' yard

e that "Salvation" to the Sam- Bay. a Map strip ex.of S land 100 80 ft. ft.ftx. Addition to Stark In N&Sh'W ,In 8E Cor----------------$3 1 JO. yard.of 8Ef E& "

teas.iSa Madison St. by 271 ft. ofENE4 NWVI and WVi flE% : 8 22 T. J. Alderman __ ....
on 28 8 22
W of Ry. __ w. XL Crosby _, _, 7,76 C >m. at SB "of"SB'vi
Acts on Walnut St. sold to L I.ote 11 12 of Blk. 24 T.myle' run
10:0-16. Peter on ate A. Davl. OrIgInal Townof of BKV4 and W 375 ft. '"
Addition to !Mtark!
top in Joppa saw In a vl* Stark In NEVi\ of In NKVi of NWVi, and WVi to.. W'. line of H. W. Drlea .

a "A great shy :t-wherein were VVi SWVI o? Bik 10- -a-*_extendedon _______-!*. 8 12 -.1. W. Andrews n." of NKVl W of Ry. ---28 8 22 -.A. Thomas --- -- 7.11 said.1' land land 143 thence ft. to N a pt.on
r Lots 1 21 of Blk 27 Tern-
acts Sand creeping: things ands Enr .fap-<... 8 105 pi*'. Addition to fltark WIA.ttB47sfL of bee. tbene N> 478 ffl 140 ft.

of the air. And ft. Original Town of In NRVi of NWVI and WVi "
there
came ft. to the pt. nf T .-4
Ice to Stark la NEU of SW'45 22i XU. E. F. Johll.: _____ n." of NBVi W of Ry___.....18 I 23 Jra., Front demon* __ .... A In of **; 39 I 22 Mrs Rachel McArthur 17.21
him Rise Peter kill I n Vi of Blk. SO extended .
; a* -a---
_1._ Lots 4 8 8 T 11 of Blk. S7 N34" of wTi\ of Snv ofNE34
eat But Peter said not on Enaey Map ex. 8 108 Temples Addition to ..
so N of
.. ditch lit
.. Zot _
ft. Original Town of'D. .
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f'' : KIOHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY IS. 1939I'

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BRADFORD BOWS I hair gets dry, burns your feet till you tell him busses. $93.52; H. D <
F Bradford County TelegraphEstablished And doggone sure that to take It and welcome. May, board
you're service. $11.20
; A J. Griffis .
f Bradford co- her best 1 Maybe You'veHeard I you're going to die, "And' what about the great majority December. $20.00; Torode Chevl:

1877 bow to Governor Sholtz for appointing But you're skeered you won't and of banks that weathered the rolet Co., transportation, J, vr

i) one of her native sons asa It ButJust afraid you will. storm, met all comers and are do- Reddish, 15.00; A. W. Anderson.

,, Published Weekly on Fridays: and Entered as Second Class member of the State Road Department II Just drag' to bed and have your Ing business as usual carefully and gas and repairs, teaching E V

Roy Ott, now a resident chill, conservatively, but safely? What Simmons, $24.27
i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ; Smith's Station
'r and prominent business man to And pray the Lord to see you thru, about the savings in those! banks? gas for bus drivers and teachers
beginning
of Ocala, Is the new member of as we were I For you've got the "flu," boy. They are a full 100 per cent today $106.28 D. C.

E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner. 'the Department from the Second wonder fans if all were of the, spending Lionel Barry-their You've got the "flu. -and they are the only thing we tlon, R.; M. Gainey Klnlaw, 9.00 transported; D.
more A.
District Mr. Ott la/ know of at 100 cent
per anywhere.
Congressional Montieth
time to find out what transportation R,
f SUBSCRIPTION RATE a native of Lawtey and lived there spare effect technocracy trying was going to When your toes curl up and your After all is said and done a good, Crosby $13.43; Dave's Service R. #!,;
I'I'r : until he reached young manhood.His belt flat, well managed bank Is still the best
.... goes Station
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75o Payable in Advance have on their'next'meal, we came gas teachers $37.94w: .
friends In''' Bradford Countyfeel And you're twice as means as a place in all the world for moneyor C. Manning, board : ,x;
to service
: across the followinganswer our $4oo; ,
Advertising Rates on Application that Governor Sholtz has madea little paragraph ceditlng Greta Thomas Cat, savings. Right now In Ohio the J. H. Kelly, board service $760ftl;
i'
!" ., ..- very fine appointment. Garbo with the best work in Grand And life la a long and dismal curse banks pay the taxes on all sav- Standard on Co., transportation; :i

r I It was like a good dose of tonic to sec signs of life around D Hotel: And your food all tastes like a hard ings and pay their depositors net gas, $65.58Gulf Refining Co
CHARLATANS boiled hearse, Interest on their savings. We can't teachers gas, 2466. ''

.' the shipping platform this week. CHEERS FOR BARRYMORE-AND GARBO When lattice aches and your head's think just now, of many other Investments Warrants Drawn on District

1 1d. :, 0- a-burz, that are a tenth as safe Funds

. Those who have "been around" report that Bradford Much has been written national in the. The editor of the Bradford And nothing Is as It ever was as a savings account in a solid J. A. J. McKlnney Jr., wood, $2.00,
t d.t daily press and in the County Telegraph credits Greta Here are my sad regrets to you- bank. Why, even a savings account dint No. 11; Florida Pcwer
County has the finest strawberries in the State this season. magazines on the fascinating sub Garbo with the best work In Grand What Is It like this Spanish "flu"? In a closed: bank Is actually worth 'I Light Co.. current $3.27, disc No.4

; 0 ject of technocracy. Up until now Hotel, late movie production, adding You've got the "flu" boy more today than most stocks." 2; J. S. Norman,_wood, $1.50. dial
-+ of the discussion
Business can be considered on the upturn when mer- we have kept believed out that the peo- that of course "there are John You've got the "flu" O" I No. 8; C. N Cooper, repairs, $3.00,
because
we and Lionel Joan Craw
Barrymore,
:: biting again to see if they are phoney. more diet No. 3; R. R. Thede, supplies,
chants begin quarters of Bradford County were
ple ford, Wallace Beery and Lewis
their What Is It like, this Spanish "flu 7"t $.40, dlst. .No. 15; R. R. Thede,
0 Interested right now in Stone, but their performances are Is my Misery out of Despair. oo Late supplies, '$6.07. dist. No. 6; M. L

II'I i The county judge can tell you that we did not have a good strawberries than in any high- already forgotten." We don't know Ask me, brother, for rye been thru Watterson, water $23.62, dist. No.
I'., flown theories of price systems. just what,he means by that for It pulls teeth and curls your 2 E. A. Winkler
I your ; electrical
; ... berry season last year-the sale of marriage licenses dropped. It is more than likely that we will the work of Lionel Barrymore was I I hair, ? o Classify plies and labor, $7.55, dlst. No.sup-3
out of the discussion ;
to
I continue keep
----o "Grand HoteL"k Garbo was good It thins your blood and bares your Lester Crosby! wood, $1.75, dlst. )
\: until 'such time as we feel particularly in pots; but she By RUSSELL KAY 1
'. "Married men should wear something to indicate clearly I was I bones, Secr No. 16; J. C. Manning, brooms,
to add to ury" Florida
Prm
have something
that .
, we Aroeiaio.And
of her
so perceptibly acting many And fills with
How about your craw moans $1.00, dist. No.3.
married novelist. a hang
that they are says a It scenes being unreal and thoroughly and
groans. *
In the meanwhile, however, we She while the rest of you folks o
1 dog look? strained. appears to- be And
sometimes maybe, you get Apalachlcola--Local
I all and excited about channel be-
are hopped at.
readers who come across up
ask our ,.
Llonel
__ -- acting while, Barrymore well '
, i 0 the NEW I'd like to ing dredged. '.
Governor.
\ to approachthe
\ articles on technocracy the'finished actor, appears merelyto Some call it "flu" I call It H-.
-
the false alarm
Monday
An' arrest made following break in the
was subject with an open mind. be role he portrays. on party just long
"livingthet,! Anon.''
,
night. We'll bet that it will be several months before another Howard Scott chief exponent of The Telegraph; also says that once o enough to fire a salute and pass INSURE WITH
the theory, has'been criticised by 'found out an orchid to the Gentlemanwho
one js turned in. there was two brothers who Gulf Life Insurance
: I AM THE FARMER bears
many writers because he is not a had negative reactions 'while being now the distinguishedtitle

o college graduate. He has been shown pictures of Garbo but that of EX-GOVERNOR. CompanyN.

The Fort Meade Leader features a paragraph called "Did called "charlatan" by others be- they professed a strange craving I am the Provider for all man- D. WAINWRIGHT ill.
: cause' he was not bead engineeron kind. Upon me every human being Maybe you've had time to check
You Ever Stop to Think. It is written by a man appropri- for candled carrots, otherwise being Local Representative
.
> the Muscle Shoals project as normal. We do not crave candled constantly depends.A over Doyle's report of his stewardship

ately named Waite.. was' first announced. carrots, but we do crave act- world itself Is built upon my I and maybe you haven't,

:' Such argument against the Ing that is ,sufficiently artistic to toil, my products, my honesty. anyhow if I was passin' out a
theory of technocracy Is, to borrow Because of my industry, America -I Pulitlzer Prize for the best poUt
f W. S. McLin, motor vehicle commissioner, seems to be make it appear real. We share
, the language of the court. my country, leads the world. ical speech of the year I think rd
of
\ 1'f; playing tag with the automobile tag agents. The agents, of room, "irrelevant, Incompetent, and the Telegraph's"homeyneBs"; opinion of Will the Rog-overripe Her prosperity Is maintained by I II I pin the medal on Mr. Doyle Elam ( '

\; course, playing the role of "it." Immaterial.." No doubt cries' of ers. The paragrapher says that me; her great Commerce Is the .Carlton 1iIt1l'1 Ip
""charlatan" followed John Bunyanto work of my good hands; her "bal
o be does not object to "homey people -
r the prison cell where he turned ance of trade"" springs from the During the recent campaign we
as long as they maintain their -
The Tallahassee, Democrat thinks that the man who hides out that most widely read of 'all amatepr standjng ;.South ,Jack furrows of my farm. heard more on the subject of econ

behind a woman's petticoats nowadays must have an awfully books except .the Bible-Pilgrim's sonville. Herald.. : ;:: My reaper brings' food' for today omy than we'd ever heard in our

lonesome time of it up there in the attic. "regress.DEPRESSION. 7- ; my. plow bolds promise for lives before but the trouble was it
tomorrow:. was all promises, and while it listened -
-0- So Garbo wee! opd !In spots f And
, ,' .} 0 PURGATIVE therein lies ourmain objection to In war I am absolute; In peace interesting and all that, it's The Charred Remains
The local tag agent reports that some car owners are I am indlspensible country's still "Around the Corner" like
Grand
HoteL
didn't her
They give .,......... .
surest defense and constant reli we'll It and -.n.-r. p.IMI.
get
. [ postponing buying their tags because they remember that Almost every day some incident enough spotsl!..But come sub, let's prosperity. Maybe ph.I.r.. .*fcvlldlaai,I..oil_
. I ance.I then again maybe we won't. tak..d: ,?.. ....... .
:
est.L..r
I cease tWs.aq bbIlng, 'ere it lead
'1 Gov. Sholtz promised to reduce the price. takes place that makes us feel not am the very soul of America, 150 p..tl.HAROLD .w.wad. _
.' that "we like the depression", but to more serious things. Perhapsthe "'gelh--.. ,.,. ...... _1
the hope of race the balance other hand what Mr.
r 9r a On the ..
. days when Southern gentlemenduel wha.r Irvsy -.d ds1 sd -
that It is
perhaps acting as an excellent
, wheel of civilization., Carlton had to the subject, Lord _
say on .q.l D.w..p..Y m
r' The Associated Press tells of a cricket ball causing a'riot purgative in cleansing a over fair ,ladles are not lost When I ir..d......... yr. ,.-. ...... \;:"
prosper, men are happy didn't have "maybeso" or
i' forever-even when the damsel in; any a.- ... u.. _tooJ.- "
'. : in Bombay India. The natives must take their cricket as large amount of selflshlness and is ; when I fall, all the world sufers. "gonna be" tied to it. What he .......&-.II b...- .. -_ ..wrM.nM. :J.
pettiness out of the systems of all question at present gallavanting ... ...
I seriously as Americans take their football. talked about already WAS and IS. M one. or
of> us. all over Sweden in a beret!; and a .. ..... ,"
I live with nature, walk in the r wYY,11.r he 't
w 0 ,The poor have always been withus : pair of smoked glasses. .reap ..dw ......
I! green fields under the golden If you ask me, the saving in gov- .Iwk ...-..-
Phil Armstrong that editor and In spite of technocracy and ::to
says a went
newspaper crazy sunlight, out In the great alone ernmental expense as recorded in
because he with electric:: dollars, there Is no reasonto [ HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES where brain and brawn and toll C. WALL :
". agreed Einstein that there was a limit to the different departments under u
4 : space, but press agents tried to argue him out of it. believe that they will not continue A writer 1 inj1 the Winter Park supply mankind's primary need. I the Carlton Administration is pret- INSURANCE e
: to be with us for a great '
I Herald has found a way to reduce And; -I try to do my- humble partto ty creditable, a nice little step In
o number of years; but pever before. I I greatly the number of transientswho carry out the great plan of I the right direction and I think STARKE. FLORIDA., -11

Headlines say that two blind men fought over a woman have we been so "poor-conscious.. knock: atn'ls l door;asking for God. it's only fair to give the Gentle
Never before have local
they had women food and'' mayhap'a} dime. In his Even the birds are Tony com man credit.
never seen. If by some miracle they could have I '
their timeIn
so> generously given 1
own ,words: ( panions; they greet me with a I BOREE GIDDENS
regained their eyesight they might have parted the best of Red Cross and Welfare work; Every day a number of persons, symphony at the new day's dawn Now if Dave will come along behind '

friends.A never before have local business mostly white trying to sell someinconaequentl4 and hum with me 'til the evening him and do some more mop- FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,pa

men contributed so generously to thing that I neither prayer Is said. pin' up and hack away some more '
o various funds that are being raised want nor 'need come to my If It were not for me the treasuries dead branches maybe we'll get Courteous Service .()

large party of tourists passed through Starke last for the needy; and never before door. Oftentimes they come in of the earth would remain some place.' As it stands now we ID..rrtkl.i modern lid ..".. .t,:

week, and expressed admiration of the town before they de- have so many well-filled baskets the evening after dark seeking to securely locked; the grainaries have just scratched the surface. Th. ....* for !.... Visit ear'

parted. Fifteen hoboes off bee ndlstributed at Christmas time. sell lead pencils, shoe strings, paper would be useless frames; man himself how room near depot at B....
were put a freight train early There Is no doubt that in other flowers or what-not. A week would be doomed speedily to And speakln' of fire works, old .tt'. ............ .t......, Fta.. ..1'0.' \

Saturday morning. year. there have been many children ago I ordered a cord of wood extinction or decay. Colonel Lee, took off his coat and 8S-8T-SO-91 RI........ Avenue,
coming to school day by, day "..........11.. Florida.PHONB .
a : four foot leng&bs. Then I got a Through me is produced the rolled up his sleeves and did some \
who could not do their best work B-O9O4 ,
i I Add Bright Spots in Business : Farmers are coming in because ,of hunger that. saw and buck'and bad all placedso energy that maintains the sparkof first class bouncln' on his arrivalIn
pangs they could! clearly seen from life.. Tallahassee, now If he keeps up I"-IIIB17LANCE SERVICE
: and odering strawberry tickets printed. This is a bright would not let them keep their the street. Ihave noticed a distinct I rise with the early dawn and like he's started and a few other '..

; spot in everybody's business, not only our's and the farmer's minds on what the teacher was falling off of men seeking retire when the "chores" of the departments catch the Idea and follow .. ,, .
I .
..
saying, but this year Is the first[ I 0 rI
1 but the merchant's the lawyer's the doctor's and the banker's time that any concerted effort has charity during: the day time. One world are done. his example It'll go along way I .
glance at that saw and buck and I am your 'friend. I am the toward rellevln' the unemployment
[ o been made to provide for them. pile of wood' has caused several Farmer.-Wrlght County Journal- situation by' allowin' only one job i

t Sherwood Anderson, the novelist is living in Marion, They are being fed now by soup husky Individuals to pass right on Press Buffalo, Minn., to a family. ATLASThe
this Is given regularly by womenof by my place and try the folks next .--o-
Virginia, where he dits Democratic in the
r.C ; a paper morningand the town; by milk that Is paid
door. Everyone should have a saw A HOUSE DIVIDED And while Dave Is tryin' to helpus
a Republican in the afternoon. And for out of funds contributed by Oil
paper we thought and buck and a woodpile.I'M all he can, he ain't forgettln' Standard
all the time that Mr. Anderson moved to the small Virginia business men; by rolls that are A candidate out soliciting votes his boy friends either, for I see
made from government flour and GuaranteedOne
town in search of peace and quiet. baked by the local baker. NOT SUPERSTITUOUS rang a door bell and was greetedby where be's started slippln out nice i Tire -
the woman of the house. In- fat juicy tag agencies that enablea
o And those who have given so Now rm not superstituous. troducing himself he Inquired how few individuals to knock down i Year'NN4

; Sweeter to us than any bouquet of orchids was a little generously would feel themselves But it seems like taunting fate many were in the family. "Five," PLENTY at the expense of the
repaid a thousand times
incident that happened this week. One of our subscribers they could be at the school over houseat if To walk beneath a ladder responded the woman "me and taxpayer.Just .NNNN
When you know that you are lateIn' the old man,. the kid, the cow and -
came into the'office Tuesday afternoon and asked for noon some day and the little
last see
a "
to the the shouldbe
getting office, cat. "And how do you stand why any Individual
| week's paper. One corner of his was torn off when it reached fellows many of whom had been For, there's 'just, he' slightest politically," was asked. "Pretty permitted to get a rake-off of Frigidaire
coming to school without
1 him, he said, and he just wanted to be sure he didn't miss lunch at all, go for the any chance : badly mixed" the woman said 50c per head on the motorists for
anything. food. nourishing, That the thing-1:might slip and hit "rm a republican the old man Is a passin' out tags Is more than I

,, youV' democrat the kid's wet the cow Is can figure out but since that's the the three
f. o "- lean And so It seems to Us that these Or a nail might snag: your pants.No dry and the cat Is a populationlst.1. way we do it, I suppose it's alrightfor year guaranted

Did you know that during the past six months 10,000 years the teaching are doing of much the Golden to advance i, Clinton County (Maine) Demo- Dave to play, the game righton. electric, refrigerator -
I'm not crat.A .
f Florida chickens have flown from Miami to Rule that Auperstituoua,
Latin'American was so easily forgotten But each' time'I see a pin -_0

countries? that two youngbloods, one aged eighty, and the when few people knew what it was I t pick It up .matters not COUNTRV"EDITOR I wish ,Dave had asked forbids-

f; other ninety-two, staged a boxing bout in St. Petersburg recently to be plenty hungry.return And, when the yearsof Whose man94lon I am in.. LOOKS AT BANKINGThe on some of those hunks of pork,
we not for
: may Of I would have taken chance
? that a Miami cat with a weak heart get our lesson but course. Idon't'expect) good luck a on For sale bySmith's
caught In
a glimpseof see our.Increased With anytspecaltha, te, editor of the Norwalk handlin' one of 'em for a whole

the 'giant airship, Akron and became so excited it threwa possessions only the means But It simply seems a shame to letThose Ohio, Herald: takes a somewhat I tot less than the state allows and
fit? that Alachua whereby we may do more good for good different view of the still have enough for a tripto
an County farmer was killed by a trap our fellow man. ..pins"go. to waste. banking situation money

he had set with his own hands for chicken thieves? that a from a good many people. II Europe and a couple of new au- Service
-0- Now I'm not superstituous. His idea is as foUows: tomobiles.

i former bootlegger will put up funds to save 250 Tampa racing THE SLOGAN IS RIGHT But I hate to break a glass, "With rents falling and unpaid .

dogs from possible starvation? that a Palatka hen laid an Such awkwardness has always real estate does not present a hap, LIST OF WARRANTS
Bradford has been' Made me feel a py picture. Nor does the of I ISSUED BY BOARDAt StationStarke
L egg along the new 1933 stream lines In the shape of County long perfect ass. owner
a cornu-
known to Then too with carefully selected bonds '
be one of the most mirrors .laying'round feel any
tI\ copia? You will find these and other interesting stories in healthful counties In the State. happier with a bunch of them going a meeting of the school boardon

5 our State news department. Read it every week. Several years ago when Road 13 I It's dangerous for the cat- wrong. A lot of folks very' Jan. 2, the following warrants Fla.

I' 0 was completed and an arch was, Old tabby might get in the stuff carefully invested In preferred and were'drawn on the general fund:

f erected over the highway at the, While shadowing a rat. common stocks In the finest companies J.. & R. Store, teaching, Carrie
r Ew,, THE SHIPWRECKED FARMERS northern boundary of the county, In the world and have seen Simmons 914.70; H. C. Wall. insurance '

,.", (Industrial News Review.) the slogan selected to be written Now I'm not superstltuous. them fall to perhaps a tenth of $80.00; Jas. Rlckards, Satsuma.Orange'Trees
,,4 there was ,"Bradford County, And I'm glad I'm hot a all-,. what they' paid for them, and no subscriptions for Florida Educational
C If a half dozen men were marooned on a desert island Healthiest In The State. Come I just looked'at the calendar' dividends at all. Some folks kept Journal 1110.00; Starke

they ';would join forces to secure food, shelter and protection.It Back and Locate" That's hanglaff-on, the wall their money' savings accounts in Telephone Co. phone B., IL S.,
And It shows "thirteen" bunks, and banks $12.35; Starke Telephone Co. for SaleOr
would be for each to work That this was no Idle boast and "Fri some have closed ,
folly '
1 1C 1I 1p separately. "By cooperation seems to be borne out by vital statistics day", and left them high and dry. But phone Supt. office $3.83; H. D.
they would achieve results obtainable in no other, manner. made public this week by Both in letter*..naming red the situation is worth looking at May supplies transportation. $1.- win trade Satsuma Trees for '

>w This illustration explains the farm cooperative move-, registrars at Starke and Lawtey. But since I''don't feel well today, very carefully."On BO; Andrews Store brooms 91.00; anything I can use. I need a

ment. Farmers Figures compiled In these offices I think ril stay In bed. government authority most t Layton Gray supplies Sarco Co., mole some cows, Including aye
today in much ,
are the
I same position as sailors show that during the past year 0 banks that closed were really solv- $32.90; Bradford County Telegraph good milk cow, also corn and

wrecked on a desert island. Their financial existence depends I the number of births was more vent but for frozen assets and pop printing $50.00; A. B. hay or fodder truck Cole

on profitable and permanent markets for their than double the number of death ular timidity. Gradually the closed I Surrency. board service, $8.00; J. Planter, one-horse wagon and '
pro-' Other-Pens
duce. Each farmer working alone is In these sections of the county. The From banks are coming out from under W. White & Son, transportation, farm tool. Can also use 8 or
powerless: for, he is opposed figures also show that the birth and' depositors' in even bad cases bus body M85.QO; Andrews Store 10 tat hogs.. .. -
' r by forces far stronger than he. } "r T. rate has increased and the death will get i at least CO per cent of f teaching. B!.Ormond 1931-32, $27- Tree now at my place-:: adjoining

1 But when ten, thousand farmers join forces to study pro rate decreased;'>a* compared with TIlE FLU their savings.:' ''That's tough; of 18.Andrews Store teaching B. A. Crosby Cemetery. See Lacy

toCo4" duction figures, marketing transportation and like the previous year, 1931 courser nobody likes to lose half Simmons, $22.60; Dr.Mlddleton, Anderson on place.Aubrey
; problemsof I We are beginning to think that When' 'your' back' 'Is' broke and of what.,th.C),.had scrimped and I professional service, $15.00; Torode
agriculture, their situation has changed. perhaps that slogan on the arch your eyes are blurred sacrificed and saved. But when i Chevrolet Co., transportation repairs FrinkState

80Yw Cooperation is just another name for economic salva, should be repainted and under And your shin bones knock and you hoard and stick the roll of bills, Mrs. H. D. May's bus. $8.10;

tion. scored several times to attract your tongue Is furred. in a coffee pot or under a mattress, J. H. Wainwright supplies. May's Farm

; more attention. And your tonsils squeak and your some plug-ugly comes along and|: Bus $2.90; J. H. Wainwright gas.
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