Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Plant Satsumas"te Five But Escape Are RecapturedI Prison I I Farm Problems New Hog Bul'etin'Gives Killing Hints Road 28 Delay From Tire And Slate Wheel Automobile Stolen Berries Held Up

te' Before Getting Far For Florida Farrner Parked Near CourthouseAlmost I

Are UrgedHorticulturist Discussed Here GalD.e.vll Only Temporary; AD Over State

Five prisoners escaped from the Fla-The latest suggestions in the shadow of the ,
State Prison Farm Monday, but about butchering and cur: county jail, a tire and wheel were
their freedom was short-lived. Ed- By County Agent ing pork on the farm are Just off Sholtz InterestedOutlook stolen Tuesday night from a car By Cold Spell
ward McGuage, Warren, Rugg, the press. They are In bulletin 71 belonging to the State of Florida.
alias Cleo Drew, and Otto Drew, now being mailed tt farmers over The automobile had been parkedIn
.\\1- alias C. H. Carter, sawed throughthe the State by the Florida Agricultural the street east of the courthouseby 8,286 Quarts Shipped From HerefLast
Be Started Advantage of "LiveatIlome"Program For Final Touches
House Will Bright
ling Week-12,313 at
roof of a building and fled. Extension Service. Aubrey Frink, horticulturist of
Are Outlined On Short Route
here, Next Season Aubrey They were recaptured before they At The author is W. J. Sheely, extension By the State Prison Farm who was Lawtey
Frlnk Says could get off the prison property. MeetingOn agent in animal husbandry,, July 1 attending a meeting of the Brad- coming
Jacksonville police reported the who with the county agents has ford County Growers' Association. Three frosts on Sunday.
r Telegraph:' capture of C. B. Chestnutt and R. Wednesday last week, a large given many valuable meat cutting Palatka-Governor Dave Sholt When the theft was discovered, Monday, and Tuesday nights, slow-
many of your readers It mayas number of the leading farmers of is Interested In completing Highway ed up ripening strawberries in this*.
J. McCormack, who escaped earlierin and curing demonstrations over Mr. Frink notified Marshal
that within thee the county met at the courthouse No. 28 and provided funds
a surprise now action, although no considerable-
the day.Records the State. He begins with selection Thornton who found the tire be-
territory there are now here and discussed their various on hand are sufficient to be allotedto damage was done to plants It Is
showed :McGuage was of the hog; and discusses killIng hind a billboard nearby. The marshal
thousand oft farm problems with county agent, the paving of that stretch from
"y than a acres estimated that only ODe per cent
serving five years for grand larceny scalding, removal of Internal and deputy J. B. Sapp decidedto
L. T. Dyer, and W. T. Nettles, district Bunnell to Shell Bluff now of
satsuma orange groves.Penney 'cutting uncompleted the crop here is mulched, andIt
in Duval alias and the
county-Rugg; organs chilling I hide In the vacant house near
Farms have about extension agent from the the highway will be finished was these plants that suffered
Cleo Drew was serving five :years carcass and methods of curing the billboard and surprise the
St.,: Nurseries Gainesville office. by July 1 B. C. Pearce memberof
ires, Glen Mary most over the week-end. Cloudy
for grand larceny in Dade county, that have been proven. Throughout -' guUty ones when they returned for
Farm 125 The present needs of the farmers the board of bond trustees ,
res, State acres was weather has also done Its bit to
and 15 years for grand larceny in the bulletin are pictures that their spoils.
k Morgan 60 acres, and and benefits to be derived informed in telephone conversation low up the ripening of fruit
Volusla county and Otto Drew, make the discussions unusually They did not have long to wait.
are a number of smaller through the office of the county with the chief executive last Since Thursday of last week. 8-
alias Carter, ws serving the same understandable and practical.Free In about an hour's time an auto
.. agent were presented by :Mr. Dyer. week. 296
: quarts of berries have been >
sentences as Rugg.Chestnutt copies of the bulletin mobile drove three
may: up containing
would not He pointed out that while The withdrawal of bids which
ese large concerns many shipped from here by express, with
was sentenced to life be obtained, by writing the AgrI- young men. One of them jumpedout
planted so heavily had they farmers were growing sufficient were to be opened January 24, was an estimated return to growers off
imprisonment for murder In Polk cultural Extension Service, Gainesville and picked up the tire. The
insldered the satsuma a prof- food and feed and malting living done solely for the purpose of ascertaining $1,161.00. The average price
county and started his sentence ; Fla.Nine. marshal and deputy sheriff leaped
e fruit to grow. on the farm that there were many how the state stood with throughout the week Is said to
from the
last May. McCormack, 22 yea.rsold. window of the vacant
lyone who has eaten this fruit Farmers who were not doing this; the federal government since High- have been f 4.:DO per crate. The
was sentenced in November, house, covered the men and
readily admit,, it has an exenally that he was seeking to get the way No. 28 la a federal aid project, young high In prices was reached Tuesday -
1931, to two years for larceny of Men Killed lodged them safely behind the bars
fine flavor, and. beinC"kidglove" an automobile in Sarasota county. farmers to practice a more conscientious Governor Sholts informed Mr. The three being held for the when a few crates. sold for-
e live-at-home program'; Pearce. $900.
easily peeled
e theft are: C. C. Callen, Pat Carson -
can be readily eaten out-of- that he advocated the growing of "We are just trying to find out and David Marran. Each Is During the week, 12,012: quarta
hands and soil improving such as cro- As rain'Hits Car how we stand" the declared from
without getting I I EconomvPoints crops governor under $150 bond. were shipped Lawtey, withIn
s wet with juice. talarla and winter peas as cheap "I "am as.much interestedIn e estimated ''return of $1,601.44.:
It ripens from one to two sources of fertilizers; that the the completion of that highway The biggest shipment of the season
ba ahead of any other orange, farmers seek Information through Eight Negroes, Said to Have Been as you and provided the funds are Scout took place last Saturday when an
be marketed without coming Are Used Here his office on the control of Insects, From Lawtey Lumber Camp, available the road will be built Immediately Boy TroonTo express car containing 6,272 quarts
competition with otheres poultry raising, and other prob- Fatally Injured ." was shipped to New York.
and, in fact, comes Into lems that confront them; that they ----; A meeting was to have been hied The above figures do not Includa
et when there is but little Grlffls Says Many Measures Advocated cooperate In the purchase of their Seven negro men,,,, who were for the purpose of checking the ex- Organized shipments by truck. It Is estimated -
of any kind available, hence I By Cawthon are commercial fertilizer and seeds. He said to be employes of a Lawtey penditures in the various districtsIt that approximately sixty
d bring good prices.t .J I In PracticeSuperintendent stated that the farmers of Union :lumber mill, and Frank Harley of was stated, and should any way crates leave Starke and Lawtey on.
fall the Citrus Exchange and Bradford counties, throughthe Jesup, Ga.., were fatally Injured be found to permit the letting of First Meeting Tonight Many truck each day.
representatives from all the A, J. Griffis cooperative Farmers Bureau late Satrday"'night when their lum. the paving of the Bunnell-Shell Plans. Made to Stimulate
groves met twice in Starke II wishes to call to the attention of had saved over $50000 last yearon ber truck and a freight train collided Bluff stretch it will be done at Interest Plant City, Jan. 17.-Friday, the
formed the Florida, Satauma the public the fact that of the these cooperative purchases.Mr. at crossing In Baldwin. once, It was stated. I thirteenth, was not a particularly
>rs Association, for which eleven suggestions for economy Nettles gave a frank -'discussion The negroes had obtained a ride Meanwhile paving operations are Starke will once again have a unlucky day for strawberry growers -
er has already been granted, I made by (State Superintendent W. of the present fanning situation to Jacksonville with Harley, driverof continuing on the stretch from San Boy Scout Troop if efforts at reorganization of this section If loadings that
h ,canvassed the situation with S. Cawthon this week, many are already and advised the farmers not the truck. Their bodies were Mateo to Shell Bluff, leaving only which will take place day may be taken.. an indicationof
irpose of starting a packing-I in practice in Bradford to trust too much In money crops so badly mutilated that Identification the 11 mile link from Shell Bluffto tonight (Friday) are succeesful. tough luck. Twenty express refrigerator
in Starke. As there was a County schools but to look more to Improving was Impossible. Bunnell to complete Highway The work of reorganization has : cars rolled out last FrI-
short crop last fall, the pack- Mr. Grlffls says that In 'this their home and to first make a Six of the negroes and Harley No. 28, the Palatka to Lake City been under the direction of R. W. 'day night carrying the biggest
louse was deferred until the county the number of? high schools good living at home. He advised were killed outright by the collisl- Short Route. Card, who has been requested to day's movement of the current season -
g season, when it i Is now has been limited to one, in spite of against borrowing money to grow iou and two others died later. Another The highway is assisted by federal become Scout Master of the new 348,060 pints of berries, according -
ed to pack and ship the com- the wishes of small communities; money crops on an extensive scaleas negro, critically injured, aid funds which would not be troop.. to express figures On the
irop. no teacher.bas' fewer'than thirty In moat case the farmer cannot probably will die, physicians said. available unless the entire projectcan Mr. Card says that Interest in basis of a 7 1-2 cent average price p
'e Citrus Exchange has offered pupils; in the elementary schools pay it back with the crops Authorities Baldit.esllea told be completed by July 1 of this the movement Is high. A canvas! for the day, growers received a.
irnish equipment and finance : one teacher is provided for thirty- grown. He gave many Instancesin them a blind crossing? a-,fog and year, it is stated was made last week of the school gross return for their product of
packing house and handle and : five to forty-five pupils; undue ex- other sections Where the people Inability of the engineer and truck and more than thirty boys were some 26,104.:10.:
the fruit, charging a small : penditures for commencement ex- were growing more food crops and driver to see each other as they MRS. RAYMOND RESIGNSMrs. signed as prospective members.The Last week proved a heavy week .
amt per box to apply on cost ercises is discouraged; excessive setting up community canners for approached the crossing probablywas meeting tonight will.be held of production In this strawberry
Is equipment and advance fl-, expenditures for playground equip- canning the surplus, not on a commercial the cause of the accident. G. P, Raymond announced at 7 o'clock at the Legion Hall and : kingdom with 73 express and two "
ing. I ment are not made; home-made scale, but for home use. Cooperation Moat of the men were killed this week that she has resigned as any boy In the county between the 'freight cart of berries rolling out
e Citrus Exchange is anxious apparatus Is provided wherever was stressed by him as when the truck load of lumber, secretary of the Bradford County ages of twelve and eighteen whoIs of here during the week In addition .
handle the satsuma crop for possible; and the purchase of ex- one of the greatest needs of the which Harley was bringing to Red Cross Chapter and will devote Interested is asked to be pres to the pony refrigerator move-
ibles Ita salesmen to get In pensive laboratory equipment Is farmers.A Jacksonville from Lawtey, over- her time in the future to City ent. Cubs. those under twelve ment. Monday of last week saw
, market and start advertising not made. number of farmers from var- turned on them after colliding with welfare. years of age, may also attend.Mr. 19 express refrigerator cars started
with. or more ahead of regularltus The cost for each pupil per year ious parts of the county entered the train. Card has had much experience on their Journey to northern
fruits. Is $.6.88, Mr. Griffis said. This the discussion and told of their. Two men,who gave their namesas Hollywood Griffith's Jewelry in scouting. He was Scout markets. Approximately a million
he Florida Satsuma Growers Includes everything, instruction, practices and, experiences. George Gilkey and Harold Ew- Store moved to Central Arcade. Master of a troop In Detroit, Mich., and a third pints of berries were)
ociatlon is strictly a growers'anlzatlon operation maintenance, auxiliary e) ers, said by officers to be hitch- and was assistant Scout Master marketed here during the week.

and Is officered by agencies, and fixed charges. The Action On Assessor hikers, were arrested on the request 'May Not Get Pay while still a member of the troop. Cold weather over the week-end
resentatives from the larger cost for each pupil for Instruction of Peace Justice Fourakerof He plans to keep the Interest of materially curtailed the incoming'

ves. Mr. Steele of Gleq St. alone is $29.62. the superintendentsaid. Effective At Once Baldwin and lodged in jailon' State Officers Told the boys at a high level by the use fruit yesterday and Indications
y Nurseries, is president; Mr. vagrancy charges.. They were J of games and contests, such as were that not more than seven or
man of Penny Farms and Au- held as material witnesses. boxing and archery. eight at the most, cars would roll
r Frlnk of State Farm, Asao- DR. W. B. JORDAN DIES The City Council of the City of I Tallahassee, Jan. 15.Declaring out of here last night as comparedto
Jon Secretary are directors. Starke, Florida, met 'January 17, FARMERS BUREAU MEETSIN himself dead set against any more HOUSE BURNS TO GROUND 19 cars a week previous. The
very farmer should plant at Funeral services were conductedin 1933, In adjourned session with the COURTHOUSE TODAY transfers of state money from one MOUTH OF CITY LIMITS price yesterday strengthened
t a few acres of satsumas and Ocala Wednesday by Rev. G. J. following members present: G. W. fund to another to meet state pay slightly over that of Saturday s
another money crop, which Rousseau of the First Baptist Alderman, Chairman, P. M. Barefoot The Farmers Bureau, a farmer's rolls, Governor David Sholts yes A house belonging to C. C. Cook, when a slim 6 3-4 cents the pint
be grown with very little ex- Church, for Dr. W. B. Jordan, 40, O. L. Beasley, T. N..Kendrick, cooperative for purchasing seeds, terday promised to hold up his standing In back of Hege's filling appeared to be the average although
je and returns from which comet who died Tuesday. The body was W. M. Edwards. fertilizers, and other commodities own and other officials pay checks station a short distance north of there were those who con
a time when money is usuallyy sent to Bartow, Ga., Dr. Jordan'sformer :Minutes of the last meeting were will hold a meeting at the court It necessary hereafter until the town was completely destroyed by I sidered It might be 0 1-2 cent. In-
needed. The satsuma ripens home, for interment. Mem- read and the following amendmentwas house Friday morning at 10 general revenue fund "catches up." fire of unknown origin at noon stead. Yesterday the market at
other crops are gathered and bers of the medical profession, with made: The abolishment of tax o'clock, Jan. 20th, for.the purposeof The governor said the general Tuesday, the yard opened around 6 1.2
ore cane grinding comes on. As whom 'Dr. Jordan bad been associated assessor for the City of Starke, election of officers for the year, revenue fund, from which salaries The house had been occupied by cents, advanced to 6 3-4 and before -
fruit is all ready for market by since be located In Ocala In Florida, to be effective at once. and transacting other Important are paid on the first of every Mr., and Mrs. C. C. Clark. Mrs. the day was over 7 cents and
ember there is no danger. of March, 1932, escorted the body to Mr. Dunham appeared before the business. month, has shown a deficit for Clark was at home at the time the 7 1.4 cents became somewhat gen
nag a crop from frost, and the the train. council asking for a reduction in This organization has been in the last six months averaging fire began, but could not say whereit eral.' A frw lots brought 7 1.2
themselves are extremely The services in the Georgia city valuation of certain piece of land operation in the'county\ several $107,000 a month, and made public originated.The cents. Indications were, however..
dy, and very seldom get dam- were conducted Thursday. Dr. Jor- owned by him. Council advised !years, and has saved. the farmers I figures to bear out the statement house was partly covered by the average would be around 7.
d by cold. dan is survived by his widow, his that they could not make any considerable money. It.. backed Insurance. Furnishings, belonging cents or slightly below.
am planting twenty-five to mother, :Mrs. L. F. Jordan of Bar- changes as the tax book was already by county agent.L.T. Dyer: who The deficit each month has been to the Clark's were said to be a r
ty acres on my place at Crosbye tow, one sister and four brothers. made for the 1932 taxes. and Is trying to extend: toe benefits to I made up by "borrowing" money complete loss. NOTICE!: OF TEACHERS'
and you can bet I would not Miss Pearl Jordan, county home had been accepted. every person in the county who from other funds which have not EXAMINATION
putting my money and land to demonstration agent of Bradfordand Motion made by P. M.' Barefootfor can pay cash for these commodities. been repaid the governor said. He DEMOCRATS TO MEET
use if I did not consider the Union, was a niece of Dr. Jor- Bond Trustee to transfer to the All Interested are Invited to said he was determined to meet the Persons desiring to to take the
, uma a very profitable fruit. I dan's, and her many friends sympathize City Treasury account $5,000.00 attend the meeting ,Friday morn. state's payroll hereafter without All young Democrats of the examination for teachers': certificate -
Id like to talk with. anyone with her at this time. Be- from the City Light & Water Ing. doing this, even if the governor, county are requested to meet In will report at the courthouseIn -
terested. fore locating in Ocala, Dr. Jordan Fund. :Motion was seconded by W. state officials, circuit judges, state Starke, Friday afternoon at 5:00: Starke, Thursday morning at 8
I Let's make this a satsuma center practiced for some time In Atlanta, M. Edwards and motion carried attorneys, and state employes haveto o'clock at the office of H. C. Wall. o'clock. Examination will beginon
, everybody planting at least a Ga., Homestead, and New York Motion made by W. M. Edwardsto Growers Sign Up wall for their pay. There Is Important business to time. Be prepared to begin at
w acres now-right now is the City. advertise for bids to oil companies Payrolls May Have to Walt come up at this meeting. stated time. Pen, ink and paperare
fht time to plant: S on furnishing gasoline and For Berry CropAn "That's what's facing us," be e necessary as well as the required -
\! AUBREY FRINK Wllllston Addition to Hotel oils for city trucks. Motion was declared, "and those on the state Delray Beach .- Seacrest Hotel fee.
tr, (State Farm), Ralford.. Fla. WUliston, nearing completion. seconded by P. M. Barefoot, and enthusiastic meeting of the payroll may have to wait for their opened for winter season.Cawthon .. A. J. Orlffls, Supt

Berries was Motion carried.made by O.' L. Beasley Bradford County Growers' Association more money.transfers.I'm dead We'll set against have to any live

cking In Cellophane to furnish Night :Marshal Thorn i the courthouse.was held Tuesday About night thirty at within our means and through Sets Forth 11 Points '

ton ten gallons of gasoline monthly i
Vill Make Hit With Womensufficient for purpose of patroUIng the city growers strawberry signed crop up through to ship the their association economy expenses reduce to payrolls a minimum.and operating For School Economy Program 'I

". more thoroughly. Motion was seconded during the coming sea "Those who work for the stateor
I by P. M. Barefoot and motion for any other governmental I I
Then northern' housewives go to more than care for carried. son.The 'necessity of putting up a agency must realize there's a Tallahassee-Eleven suggestionsfor than 30 pupils.
narketing' for Florida strawber- the extra cost of putting the fruit Council adjourned to next regular 'good pack was called to the attention depression in revenues just as economy In the operation of 3. In large elementary school
sin the future it Is rather more up in cellophane packages. meeting. Carl' of the members by L. L. Conner -I there's a depression In the business'world. Florida public schools are contained provide one teacher: for 85 to 4V
Ma less likely that they won't be When a pint of berries Is wrap- Johns, Clerk. president. The association They will realize it In the biennial report of W. S. pupils.
tying hide and seek with what's ped In cellophane practically all of cannot afford to handle berries If they have to wait for paychecks Cawthon, State superintendent of 4. Do not make frequent changes
[the bottom of that pint cup ofTies. the fruit immediately becomes KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH that are put up ,,carelessly, Mr. -and they may have to wait. public instruction, just off the of suplementary readers but use
That,. at least is the idea available to the eye of whomever Conner said, and it will employ an Figures furnished him by the press. old readers as long ea possible. i
would get from the favor with may wish to buy It. The berries There will be services at Kings- inspector to stay on the platformto state treasury the governor said, The report shows that the expense 0. Pool and exchange libraryand
Cutting cellophane-wrapped ber- are securely wrapped in the cellophane lay Lake Sunday morning at 10- see that berries brought in by showed general revenue receipts of administering the State supplementary readers between -
being greeted in the northland and packed in the cup in the 30. Preaching by Rev. Win. Bai 'members meet all requirements.The during the last six months of 1932 department of public Instruction the schools of a county.
the use of cellophane for straw- same manner as ordlnarly packed. ley. Everybody welcome.J. election of officers, which amounted to $2,172,872.30, while has been diminished from $95,971.38 .- 6. Do Dot allow agents to sell
tries is being tried out here and When berries are placed in the L. Silcox, Clerk. ,was to have taken place at this disbursements totaled 2816903. for the fiscal year 1930-31 to to local schools and discourage excessive
ports which have been received cellophane after ,they have been .--- I meeting, was postponed until FrI- 79. $874144.39 for 1931-32 but It Is expenditures for reference
is far this season are most enraging packed In the cup, the process con- SONO SERVICE: : day night, January 27, when the Six Months Deficit with the cost of the schools themselves works.
according to E. M. :Mc- stitutes the placing of the cup of --:..-' : association will again meet at the This six months' deficit of $644- that Superintendent Caw. 7. Discourage the sale of emblems -
:oah, vice-president of Elkins 4k fruit up-slde-ddwn over a four- Members of Kingsley Lake 'courthouse. At this meeting several 031.44 in the general revenue fund thon deals In the report. etc., to pupils
,'ill, Inc. the firm engaged locally leafed affair upon which has been Church will hold a song service at I propositions for planting pepper is what caused him to issue general HI. suggestions are: 8. Discourage undue expenditures -
putting cellophane-wripped heron '- placed the cellophane. The four the home of Mr. and Mrs. CharlieB. will also be considered.Winter orders that all departmentsunder 1. Reduce the number of small for commencement exercises.
bs> the market. Thus far the leaves of the contraption are then Johns, Thursday at 7:30: p. m. II his Immediate direction re- high schools. 9. Discourage excessive expea-
kit which has been pat up In this All Interested. please be present Park SwasWka Cja/t 2.. Allow no teacher: except In -
juaner" has commanded a premium (Continued on page 8.) lira. J. L. S cox. Shop held open. .(Continued on page 8.}. one-teacher school, to have fewer ((Continued on page 5.).


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-- bran the abolishment entirely of fruit and soda will usually cure or or guages.
THIS IF YOU CAN? half the bran In the poisoned ing"
twice the original READ I
completed measure -
% .. bait; In other words, 12 1-2 poundsof the five-member state highway relieve an ordinary cold in from Further details or asslstaij s
BOATDRAIN length.A the twenty-four to forty-eight hours,, along the lines of
revival at the Ralford Baptist O, M L E what XTC shorts or bran and 12 1-2 pounds commls fon. Simultaneously Improved na\ l
willingness I usually prevent pneumonia mitigate stores practices be U
expressed can
Ilarrell Cor. I feel when VIC; cottonseed meal. new governor obtained
Miss Cherry Church started last Tuesday night, always/
state hotel the symptoms of bronchitis writing Mr. C. H, Nawl
to sacrifice the Coulter
March and April large ,
N's During
of L
January 10, conducted by the Rev. I used rave eyes
'' 'r d Matheny, pastor of the Baptist 4 LCI gave countless sighs, numbers may be caught .In light commission and the consolidationof and be Invaluable" In influenza and Stores Technologist, Box 411 Lakt i"
; A large crowd attended the ordination 4KT,2andLNP. traps. Suspend a lantern in the other departments. This latter la grippe. City, Florida.
Church at Baldwin, it will last up
sermon of Rev. Newton field and under it, place a pan proposal was expected. Campaign -
.. until the last of the present weekit I was a keen competitor.But MOTH]
; at China Grove Church Sunday afternoon waa stated. each now's an non-N T T, containing water with a little kerosene speeches and pre-election promiseshad DON'T OVERCUP TIMBER Notice of First

t: : at 2:30: o'clock. Mrs. Sarah Driggers and Miss 4 U X L them all, U. C. on the surface. prepared everybody for sucha FOREST SERVICE WARNS tore: In the District meetingof Court nf cedl tt f The members of China Grove recommendation. But the gov United State, for the Southern Dj.
Elean Rivera of Lake Butler were Crickets trlct of Florida. In "
(Church were sorry to hear Rev. ernor's decision to allow the biggest Many new cups have been boughtby Bankruptcy
1 Miss Florence: "What were
here Sunday afternoon aa the Crickets are often numerous underneath Harrelleof Lt_,
Q. E. McGauley's farewell sermon governmental of all- naval stores this LowreyFlorlda,
agency operators year. In :
guests of Mro. A. T. Redd. Webster's laat words? the mulch of strawberrybeds. County of Bradford tb
Sunday night at the China Grove the state road department-to be Yielding to the temptation of bangIng District afore .
T. S. Denmark of the Starke A. E.: Zymosis, zymotic zym- From' these hiding places said bankrupt.
!Church. We thank him for the "but at taken under the wing of some one cups on small size trees and Notice I Is hereby. given !,
Furniture Co., was here Saturday ugy" they come particularly December ee
period of time that he has been "competent man, possibly a man double cupping timber will result (in S7, 19S2 the said deV..
afternoon on business. night and feed on the ripening duly adjudged bankrupt. ,
with us. of ability" cam as a in the face of that the first and
It's Both eat out small engineering over-production a meeting of said
Professor R. D. Altman formerly berries. Thex usually erect
Miss Theo McGauley of Brooks I principal of the local school was "Between you and I Its bad bu l- 'I pits In the berries which soon de- distinct surprise. depressed market and low prices. 'Starke.\tora i will Florida be held, on January In Court 23 Houw, i
s i was a dinner guest at Mr. and The following should be consid- at t o'clock p. m 1931
bait used '
here over the week-end visiting ness. cay. The poisoned bran said creditors attend "pro"
I Mrs. T. Tison's Sunday. The of ered may !
bad Leesburg prevalence :
"Between and Eng
the their
friends and pupils. you for cutworms or grasshopperbait clalm.t appoint a trustee
Mr. F. M. Taylor of Hampton, Miss Leona Bellllnff if Providence lish." are about the best poisons for cases of influenza at present baa 1.-Hang cups only on trees over amine the businesses and imiL.. .'
(attended the ordination sermon at recalled the splendid work done In 9 inches in diameter breast high. such other may pSJSli
and Sun- out in
should be
was here Saturday crickets. It put come before said meeting
F !China Grove Church.. Sunday after- day aa the guest of Mr. and Mrs I wonder what would happen If the evening as for cutworms. the epidemics of 1918 and 1928 by 2. Double-cup only those trees Dated Jackaonvllle, Florida .
noon.r Lucille wore ankletsiSTRWDERRY the lute Dr. W. A. MacKenzie of over 15 inches In diameter breast uar y 11. 1932.
r D. C. SweatS. See that your claIm la
White Grub who both dan- If of the timber properly ex
Lake Butler Leesburg during high. early cutting
T. Dowling of Referee
friends Sometimes the roots of strawberry gerous periods of Influenza cases is definitely planned, trees ol otherwisedyou1ewillitnot: parllclpat.
here Sunday visiting
waa In dividends.
EVERGREEN plants are eaten off by largewhite recommended the use of grapefruitand I smaller sizes can be double-cupped, MOROAN
and relatives. F. JONES
PRODUCTIONBy grubs, the larvae of June soda treatment, as follows: 3. Leave bark bars of at least Referee In Bankruptcy

+ III.... F. A. noiUr, Or. \ A. N. Brooks J. R. Watson bugs or May beetles. This typeof "At the first signs of influenza four inches between old faces and
and Harold Mowry injury will be found most frequently NOTICE OF SPKCIAb MASTER
go to bed and stay there till well. new ones. This bark bar width I
Redding GRAHAM I where heavy sod land baa Call your physician. Stop all food should be maintained during the I Notice U hereby CAlm given!' that
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
has been plowed up for strawberrybeds. and pursuant to that certain "liil
until well. It takes just as much life of the face.
+ and daughter of the State Farm Hiss Kiln JukassB, e... Crown Borer, Tyloderma fragarlae If of these grubs are decree of foreclosure and ale mad.!
many and to a 4. Remember that the, on the 18th
Mra. H. strength energy digest day of December, A. D|
his mother
9 ,V were visiting This Insect Is a weevil about found In the soil when the beds are meal as it does to do other work. woods results In weaker, less pro- 1981 and entered In the Circuit!
1 I"'" V. Redding Sunday afternoon. dark' shoulJbe Court of Bradford county Florida Ini
S. Rosier and children Mr. C. D. Roberts was a visitorto one-eighth of an Inch long;, being made up the grubs Save that energy with which to ductive timber. that certain cause therein F
Mrs. R.
Starke Monday. brown with black spots. As Its exterminated before the plantsare fight disease. Drink plenty of cool, 5. Timber with small wispy,, wherein Austin Cary I. ComplalnJ' \
,J :were visiting Mra. Andrew Wilkinson indicates, it feeds in the set out. 'Thia can be done by ant and M C. Kldrlclg-s' ;
Mrs. A. E. Ward returned home name Start with mule-tailed tops small WYf
at Lawtey Saturday night. pure water. a teaspoonof yields only Peek and Ilva Peek, bin' wife; 'f
r Ii/,. and I Sunday after spending a few daysIn crown of the plant. This Insect allowing hogs to run in the field fora baking soda in a glass of water, amount of gum.Concentrated. Edwards, a widow; Cornelia Peel '
/ B. E. Rosier, Gerow Sapp in Florida onlyin Long, a widow; Julian L. Peek and
observed few weeks the
', Jacksonville, having been calledto has been or ground may then three to four hours or supervision especially his
: 1 Caulle Register were visitors ton The I every Clara Peek, wife, ; Lois Peek. {
the bedside of her aunt Mr the region about Miami. be treated with calcium cyanide. oftener take a quarter teaspoonful during the hanging of Perryman and E. K. Perryman, her /,

; I J,, Starke Mlsa Lola Saturday.Overstreet was visiting Emma Blakeley. eggs are laid in hollows near the 'This should be spread in front of of soda in a glass of water. In I cups, will make the above recom- hUKhand: H;. Rltch Isabel, her Peek eb tfhJ.; .an M'It I1Jamei **;;

: Mlssea Pauline and Juanita Miss Mattie Norman spent the crown and here the larvae develop. 'I the plow when the bed is being between the soda doses-not with mended practices possible. The Andrews, Lolse Peek Sayles and HI "
The Insect Is pretty well out of plowed, at the rate of about 300 F Bay lea. her husband; Sinclair J.I I .
in the
Rosier Thursday afternoon. week-end with her parents them, or mixed with the soda- hanging of cups on small size tim- Peek and Myra Peek his wife "W
{ ,'i' and Mrs. J. Rosier and Vanderbilt section. reach of insecticides, but the bee- pounds per acre. It should be laid drink freely ft grapefruit juice ber can be eliminated if the "fac- E. Torode and Pauline Torode,; hl ,
Q. Mr. Mrs. J. P. Roberts returned to tle Is Incapable of flight and if only down in the bottom of the furrow Try to drink the Juice from five ing" crew carries with them inex- wife; and Sinclair r.. Peek as AdmlnlBtrator -
IJ children with of
: : spent Monday the Comer L. Peek,
': John at Station. her school at Bell Monday after clean plants are used in settingthe immediately in front of the to fifteen grapefruit a day. Grape. pensive wooden or metal calipers, deceased are defendants I will/ 't
,..i. Sapp Sapp upending the week-end with rela- bed and the bed is placed some plow which will promptly cover it sell at publlo outcry for cash to the
highest bidder at the front
f kb infested door of
distance from any previously over. Grasshoppers! the County courthotme In Ktnrko,
; j tives.Mr.. Ed Parrish and son, Lem, bed, the beetles will ordI- These well-known pests of practically Bradford County Florida during t

tf"f Ileilbronn Springs were visitors In Gainesville Sat- narily not find the plants In time all garden and field crops day the legal of February hors of A.sain D. on 1933 the thorn 6th

I urday. to be seriously destructive before occasionally attack strawberry I + Do You Know ? + I certain pieces of property situate

:rye' MI. Tbelma Rhodes Cor. Messrs. John Surrency and Jesse the picking season is over. Infested plants eating large holes out of described In Bradford as follows County: Florida, and

Cain attended church at China beds should be thoroughly the leaves. They are best controlled SH of Section 25 Township 4 >

I ay Mr. Cornelius Moore and Seeber Grove Sunday. cleaned up at the end of the pick- by poisoned bran bait. This N14 South of Range NEW also 2* East described and NVi N of
ai *
a b, :Forsyth spent Sunday In St. Augustine Mr. H. D. Wasdln celebrated his Ing season and all old plants destroyed Is made by mixing thoroughly 25 of> % of Lots 1 and 3 In Section 36 l!

i \ 3k and were accompanied I I 76th birthday Thursday with a pounds of bran and a pound of ;; Township 4 K.South H. HUMPHKY8 Range 92 East

r : I'';):> home by Mr. Lloyd Moore, whotvlll dinner and family reunion. It also Mole-Crickets Paris green. It must be mixed Special! r.ter! In Chancery,

spent a while with his parents celebrated the 68th birthday of These dirty white or yellowish very thoroughly while still dry, as FRED Complainant's M. BURNS Solicitor:

''J' :Mr. and Mra. T. J. Moore. Mrs. Henry Wilson a friend of insects make burrows just below recommended for cutworms. When 'i' l-0-5t-2-3.

'$ Mr. Jack Griffis and Roy Carter Mra. Wasdin. the surface of the ground by meansof thoroughly mixed, moisten the .' < t

i4 were In Lake Butler Monday. i Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin were their enlarged front legs. These poisoned bran with a solution made t NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR .

a Mr. Levy Sweat and Walton visitors to Stark Saturday.Mr. burrows resemble much the run- I I by adding a quart of cane syrup + Notice Is hereby given, that Carl
Wlttfeldt holder otax certificate
L q. Clemons were business visitors to W. T. Wasdln of Waldo wasa ways of moles but are very much and a half dozen lemons or other No. !!?' 7th day of July A. D. 1130,
I' Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. visitor here Sunday. smaller only about an inch In di- fruit to two and a half gallons of has filed said certificate In my of{b'ttl
flee I and made application for tax
George Moseley of Plant ameter. During the day the Insects water. The citrus fruits shouldbe deed to Issue thereon In accordance
i City is spending this week here SCHOOL. NEWS live deep in the ground but grated or chopped up 4c with law Said certificate embraces lfuL
the following described P! I ft!:;
with Mr. and Mra. Jack Griffla. prop.
come out at night to feed and are fine rind, pulp and all, and the erty situated In Bradford County ,Sv-f
Mr. Charlie B. Brantly of Harta- AN OMISSIONThe very destructive to vegetation. bran should be moistened with this A Florida to-wltt ,TVIxjts

I \. burg section waa visiting Mr. Percy There three species commonlymet solution until It. is e a IOL.. Zl In Wood lawn In SecjU>f;
"Abandoned Derrick, a are ; damp but not c J tlon 14, ..wp. 6 a. K. 22 East JO twill
f : o Starling one day last week. story which appeared In lastweek' with in Florida. Two of them sloppy, so that when sown broad- t + acres. |bat
The assessment of said ,
Mr. and Alvlne Kite of Jacksonville property
school paper should have Gryllot&lpa borealis and Scaper- cast over the soil it will fall in under the said certificate Issued wai :Ixtnn /
spent laat week here with his been attributed to Lucile EdwardS iscus abbreviatus are native Insects small flakes. Instead of the Paris the name of J. A. Aspergren !

;' ( brother. D. L. Kite. a Senior. Lucille wrote this story and are confined mostly to green one may use a pound of a 3+ aay<, deemed Unless according said certificate to law shall tax be deed rejODt,tip

ni Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bennett In response to a call for original low ground. The third species has white arsenic .or one and one-half will Issue thereon on the 80th day i.
:Mr. Dan Htamith of Jacksonville of January A. D. 1933. !
;4 J r short stories after a study of the been tintroduced from the West pounds of calcium arsenate, but Dated this 28tb day of December, 'ing
were visiting her uncle, Mr. W. R. short story as a form of literature. Indies where it Is known as the lead arsenate bad better not be (8 D. 1832 *ttlr]

y Crawford Sunday. 1 "Changa." This one works in well- used as It is so heavy that it Is difficult I fl ) Clerk O. W.of ALDERMAN.)4|\ ]

! )i Mr. D. B. Forsyth spent last NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS drained land and Is very common to get a good mixture. Sod- Bradford Conty Flor1da.

'Tuesday River. with bill mother, at New and destructive in parts of the ium arsenate also may be used. u ;1; Sp U-aO.6t-t-n.

We all think of January as a state where It has been colonized. This substance may be added to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

e A large crowd attended the time when, with the coming of the Control-The best means of the solution Instead of being mixed TAX DE liD I IS
Notice Is hereby given, that Dr.
at Miss
'it party Pauline Howard's1ast new year, we turn our books over control that we have yet found lea dry with the bran. This will reduce P. Vandlvlere holder of part tax:

t Wednesday nightS to a clean page and make a fresh modification of the poisoned bran the amount of labor necessary certificate No. 228. 6th day of August -
A. D. 1829 has filed said certificate
start. There are always many bait aa recommended for grasshop to make up the poisoned bran In my office and made application -

a 9sus resolutions made some good and pers. Commercial egg mash Is bait and will usually give. a more In accordance for tax deed with to Issue law. thereon Bald

{ LITTLE SPRINGS some not so good; some remem- used instead of the bran.: (Use 25 even distribution of the poison than certificate embraces the following

I bered and some forgotten. Never. pounds eggs mash and 1 pound when the bran and poison are mix- described property situated In Brad
j Willie Mae ford County Florida to-wit;
: Newaorae, Cor. theless our resolutions whether Paris green or 1 1-2 pounds cal- ed dry. Poisoned bran bait shouldbe a I .f !Y Ely of 8WK of SBH4 and BM of SE\
S we keep them or not, have the cium arsenate.) Any commercialegg put out early in the morning as of SBVt Section :34. Twp. ft s. R. I* I

:i Mr. and Mra. Darby Gasklns of value of placing; before us our mash which baa more or less grasshoppers do not feed much at East The containing assessment 60 of acres said property

' New River section were here visiting Ideala. Ideals are important factors dried milk seems to be effective, as night under the said certificate Issued: wan

.1 her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. In our lives. Without Idealswe It la the dried milk which makes Next weekConclusion. Company.the name of Brevard Properties ,

} L. Carter Sunday. are wavering and undecided; the bait attractive to mole-crickets. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

q sad Mr. Albert Williams of Lake we do not know which way to A cheaper bait which has been Tallahassee The pruning pro- will Issue according thereon to on law the tax lard deed day {'.

Butler and Miss Agnes Sapp of turn. Therefore let us all with found to give. control In some situations cess of Governor David Sholtz'a Ph.n7..pR. Coved_ Xsad R.il'_' of January I.Ai9Pb 19SS.

i ; Gum Branch section were the the new year consider our ideals (according to C. F. Stahl of economy program ran headlong THAT In many sections of northern Canada, the back packing method A.Dated D. 193Z. day of December j

rUnts! of Miss Jeannette Carter and try earnestly; to live up to the U. S. Bureau of Entomology into a climax Saturday when the still u..d by Indian mothers to transport their children from o W. ALDERMAN,

.Sunday afternoon. them. working at Sanford) Is made by governor announced that he was place to plaeeT hire la a perfectly satisfied papoose off with motheron (Seal) Bradford Clerk County Frorlda.Court,

I Mr. C. L. Carter and Owen Car- I Genevieve Kenly. substituting cottonseed meal for "seriously considering recommend- a berry picking expedition .In northern Quebec. U-u.st-t.n.

t: ;3tt were In Starke Saturday morn -

/, i ing.Jr "THE MAIN THING' ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van ZelmJhtttlLf i!


LrNH' rl Gum Branch ] WELL "MiK6YOU'RE"' I GETTA YOU1uz -
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DA Tit-IE/:
AIM 4r ORT3ER d v
Mlas Louise Sapp spent the OF OFT: SOAP M $ 'fbHGUE

:week-end in Lawtey with her cous UP 'DS BE A
in. Miss Doris Burney. i

and Jim Williams were MILLION A1CEDOROTHY
rs George 10 OLD PRANKS _
'the guests of Mr. J. A. Ilarnage. a.,. ,
Sunday afternoon.

"', Mrs. B. M. McRae and little CH FNEAVE' i

Iv;, !daughter of Rising section are t 1
.f x. I ,,1 upending a few days with Mr. and 54
: :Mrs. T. N. Norman and family. SMORi

C<<: f, Mr. Albert Williams of Jacksonville BUM TRIED: Tb

i ", was here Sunday afternoon. POCKET A FEW APPLES CteAas Ya41

j I ",' Mr. W. H. Carter of this section 1ETCRPXf( A4 .MErWS'JEO y

J" ,f and Mr. Lester Sponholtz of Wood- our SOME _. .

r ," lawn spent the week-end in Oviedo MICE COMPLIMENTS
., visiting Mr. Carter's brother, Mr. .
tb COP.
". l1
B. A. Carter. vd 7aw.
A musical waa held at the home
Of and Mrs. Norman's & --. -.. --
Mr T. N.
' %::1.l:1.:1.b I l., Monday night .

II I' Miss Doris Burney of Lawtey is By Charles

pending a few days of this week A1NIT" US-1

with Louise Sapp. .' L. 11 ..J11 ,-=-= II C. IO C WuT THEY WAVE To QtT\\

1 is spending while In Jacksonville C.OINC WITH ALL BIRTHDAY AMD CREAM ? WCNDERINC, ? _

: with her daughter MraMra. THE BUNDLE' I'M OV1NCA LO3S1' SAME MEAL

::t Ift Newn Bradley and family. Mf\ OROAD7' DINNER TO ANNEI Ti I CI I

,p There was a large crowd from I I 9' 1 : \

n, r drl!r here Saturday.attending Albert and WUllama Sunday.Mr. church. of at Jackson.Union I s I I I I FRIENDS i I' I Q I t I I'I I II I / 1 I.. i -- 'ar ,

vllle was visiting Mr. J. A. Ham. r

age .Sunday afternoon.
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( A short story-written by Ruth Honor roll: Junior Adklns, I THE FIFTH GRADH. ;.'

.1 fl. S. JOURNAL Rowe, a member of the Senior Mary Harriet Bishop Jeanne Bou- January ;1' I
class: vier, Lora Frazee, Lorraine Hart-
In and out the doors we go,
'man, Gloria Johns, Mary Jane
Tom Dixon seemed to be greatly i I Judd, N. T Hitch Doris StrlckI Spying January's Icy snow;
disturbed about something. "Oh, j I land, Doshia Smith. Wishing, spring was here again
n what shall I do?" he cried. The season that brings us flow.H|
i We are glad that N. T. has returned -
Edltor-ln-Chlef SENIOR NEWS A VISIT TO THE STATE FARM ASSEMBLY PROGRAM I Bill Brown his roommate, was 'I' home from Jacksonville, and rain. *

HOPE HAYNES witting quietly In the corner on and hope he will come to school -Jean Davis. ._
The Senior class has finally One week-end I Invited Edna An Interesting assembly pro-, the other side of the room. soon.Eldredge. \
Editor very
Managing :
ELDREDGE ROBINSON chosen its motto: "Just a Com- Pearce Lillian Stump, Virginia Fu- gram was given Friday, January' "What is wrong now Tom?" he I January ) i

mencement. The Seniors have gate, L. O. Jones, Billy. Long and 13. After anouncements by Mr, asked. Tom proceeded to explainthe : "Say, Fro I was held January oh January!
Exchange Editor charge of the program for Friday Billy Powell to spend the weekend Gray the period was turned over I matter which seemed quite a'up by the cofflc trap today." When the cold winds blow
ABBIE HARLEY and we are hoping everyone will with me. Friday afternoonwe to Mrs. Wall who directed' the following perplexing problem to him. I Fro: "The what?" I I like to sit by the window and!

Literary Editor enjoy It. The Senior English class went out to the quail farm program: "Bill It's like this. Aunt Mary Eldredge: "The traffic Coff-! watch it snow. ;
a LUCILLE! EDWARDS Is having debates. Some of the and saw coveys and coveys of Songs: America by high school; Elizabeth Reynolds mother's favorite the cattle trop-the tropic Caff-

topics are "Should Kidnapping be quail. The keeper explained how. Star Spangled Banner,'high school. sister has, invited me to spend the-oh, hang you know what T Oh., but January! You are so cruet
, Sports Editor Punishable by Death T" "Should they are cared for. Salute to Flag.The the week-end with her. Mother Is mean'" and bleak.
JOHN INMAN School Children be Awarded Med- That same afternoon we went to Little Brown Church In the very anxious that I go, but I don't You do not think of the poor man's!

; Society Editor als for Merit?" "Should Capital the dog yard and watched them Dale-High schooL think I can do It. I have prom- I After dinner she told him to dress hut r

JOYCE MAST Punishment be Abolished T" train two of the dogs. While we Faith of our Fathers-High ised the boys to go on the camping for a dance at the Country Club, That will so often leak.
Honor Roll Lucille Edwards were there someone said he wanted school. trip we have been planning for which she had planned for him.
Class Reporters12th Abbe! Harley Hope Haynes, to go to the tannery. So from I Amaryllis-Junior Girls' Glee such a long time, and I can't very Through Tom's mother she had His candle shows through snow
< Grade Jennie Dunn Thornton Johns, Genevieve Kenly, there we went to the tannery and Club. well disappoint them. Auntie Is learned of a girl whom Tom liked I, and frost 1
11th Grade Bunnle Canova, Clyde Morgan, Harmon Morgan saw them tanning the hides and Sweet Genevieve-Boy's Glee very sweet. And I also hate to I very much. She had Invited her as But you act so very, very cross. i T

Marjorie Stump :Mildred Morgan. they explained to us how they did Club. disappoint her, but it seems that I a surprise for him. Her name was You blow and blow and seem tq <
J.10th Grade, Louise Snyder It. Bradford Will Shine High must. She Is also very wealthy. Ellen Davis. .say ft

9th Grade Hazel Lennon EIGHTH GRADE After we left there Edna askedif school. She has no children, and I am the When they arrived at the party rll get you in some other way. .
a Joke Editors they did not keep some deer Reading: 1932 Football Boys- only heir, even though she has never Ellen went to meet them. But -Margaret Lowry. j
CLYDE MORGAN there. I told her and Martha Brownlee. seen me." when she -* ,,
o. Honor roll: Alkay Carlisle Ar they did we got almost to them she
. I thur Swanbom, Don Stllley, Jack decided to go there. We saw Dome I "Well? responded Bill. "What hesitated and said, "Where's FOURTH A GRADE ;|
ii KB. IL S. DAY BY DAY Underhill, Virginia Alvarez Irene great big deer and then some small HONOR ROLLS 11B AND 11A shall I do about It? I am very TomT" .;

II'R Davis Eula Mae Dyal, Marjorie ones that had to suck bottle. We sorry but I don't see any way for Poor Bill did not know what to Honor roll: Melba Anders Levy 4
'' With apologies to O. O. McMillan Eunice Williams. also saw some turkeys and one 11B: Bunnle Canova Gratton me to help, although" I should be do; so he maid "Why Ellen have Burnsed Grace Green Irene ,

;, ti McIntyre.)' .. We are sorry to have our classmate took an ear of corn out of Lillian's Cooper, Marguerite Prevatt, Alta glad to do so. you forgotten me so soon?" She Goodge, Frank Hemingway Flor"i"
e Juniors and Senior. are tak- Martlle Hemingway absent hand. Then we all began to feed Rhame. utes.Tom was silent for a few min realized there was something ence Mersereau Vernon Nuttal. .'-

J'iitg"p debating !In a big way. They from school with the Influenza. We them. After we left there we went 11A: Lois Long, Lois Adkins, solved Then he exclaimed "I have" wrong; so she pretended.This Alice Peterson and Bernice Stan- \f
l khSP|, just completed making "brief hope that she will hurry and get home. Kitty Hogsed, Marjorie Stump, problem.will you Bill? was only the beginning of ley. j
"Will I
':''jfofms," but they'll tell you that well because we miss her. The next morning was Satur Louise Jackson Dorothy Swan- "Please be what rot asked Bill. ,his trouble. Tom was a very good Fifth B: Lamar Edwards Eva >
' -' bom. more explicit"Tom dancer. His aunt knew It. while Parrish, O. G. Pitzer and Frank j'
\' tile are most decidedly not brief! day and we decided to go sightseeing -
... thought a minute longer; Bill did not dance at all. This she Ritch. |
HONOR ROLL lOB decided to to I
r.r ylmes: for library fees again! again. go then he told Bill his scheme "Lis noticed and she too decided -.
.I that "technocracy" Is the ,' see the trees. When we left there HIGH FOURTH GRADE ten, Bill, since you and Jerry are something :
I" g of the day don't you wish Elaine Andrews, Jessie Mae Virginia said, "I have never seen not on very good terms, and you do ing a was number wrong.of She started ask LOW THIRD I
'e. K could pay so many kilowatts Brannen Keefe Harrell Blake such pretty trees In all my life." Honor roll: Harold Bishop, Billy not wish to accompany us on the what questions to see "
e .energy and then report to Mrs.! Jackson, Herbert Packham M. E. As they still wanted to go some Grlffis. Luther Lennon L. E. Mose- camping expedition why don't you sult that could find out. The re- Honor roll: Edward Brock, Don- {y j
Wynn. else I then took them to Leonard became so con- aid DuBois, Enos Hayes, Othma
r for so many hours of work, where ley Smith Melvin Wiggins go spend the week-end with Aunt fused that y
: .e library? Try It! I the women's ward and there we Eloise Hayes Mary Belle Mary T She will never know the dif the whole scheme.he finally had to tell Haynes Lester McMillan, Billy ,,J
on.t you all just adore those NINTH GRADE HONOR ROLL saw the white women sewing. The Howard, Gladys Johnson Carolyn ference." Turnbull, Herbert Harris, Shirley
colored women were washing and Keen Frances Overstreet Katherine .- "So she said, "Is that ItT I Morgan, Jacqueline Andrews,
:: physical ed books? Wish we Bill did not seem very enthusiastic knew from the first that
j I physical ed every day-and. Section AI: Lillian Steinberg Ironing. As we were leaving, L. 0, Stafford Elizabeth Wells. over the Idea.. "Why, Tom she somethingwas Edith Forsyth, Rivers Hundley
but I
But that would be just too: Elaine Wynn, Peggy Turnbull. asked if that was all of the women. Robert Sullivan has not been will find out sooner or hater Then wrong Even am glad to have Ferol Jones, Doris Kruse, Thelma
t specially when you are a.. Section B: Lois Judd Millie I told him no, and that we wouldsee back to school since Friday for he she will probably disinherit you anyway. though I have Ricks, Geraldine Sllcox Bcrtlca ,
never seen I
my nephew ,
Sllcox Selma
Judd. more presently. has been ill. Thornton Betty
of book. and '
j, owner a since I am the 'Impersonator, after this has I
: We then went to the shirt factory James Peterson was absent happened, like you Hardenbrook.
IB of our Juniors has a new I maybe punished even more se- better than I would have liked -.
of his bwn! Wonder what CANDY SALE PROGRESSESThe where we saw both men and Monday. than
.. very verly you" Tom. I will write and tell him so. BOYS WILL BR BOYS .,
eels like not to have to walk women making shirts. From therewe Earl George has been absent for I But after much arguing Tom I had Intended him
making a -
ihool? More power to you A. candy selling business Is went to the tag factory and several days. carried his. point and persuadedBill of a large sum of money but An American who is teaching'English
prospering nicely, showingthat saw them making tags. As we Winton Sumner has a birthday to him
very help by going as Tom if that Is the type of boy he is, he in China for three
i rmanent waves seem to be thee prosperity is just around the I came out we saw two men riding Wednesday; he will be thirteen ,Dixon nephew of Mrs. Mary E. does not deserve It." wrote "Don't feel for years me
1 tot the school now since the I It corner. We wish to thank all pu .along on two horses and Blll-y1 years old. Reynolds.Bill Thus Tom the sorry
was of In
recipient teaching a foreign land. Chinese
e adicitls operations have pils that have helped and especially ;Long said "I'll tell you what we 11 arrived at the home of Mrs. the worst end of the bargain. He boys pull the same as American r
1:t 'ed.. I guess we'll have to de- Robert Jackson, Lillian Mose- 'do. "We will go for a horseback We then went home and the next Reynolds about six o'clock Friday not only lout money but the love boys do. They gags would rejoiceIf
': ba i over which are the most paln- Icy M. E. Wynn and Markley ride. We went to the stables and morning they all left after saying afternoon. She was very glad to of his aunt and also his girl. the teacher fell and broke his
o fuf1 Hornsby. each got a horse. what a nice time they had had. see him. The
scheme proved to be quitea neck If that meant they wouldmiss
:: {Speaking of debates, you had There is much school spirit here I then happened to think that -Ella Mae Manning. Dinner was ready to be served. successful one for Bill. some of their classes...
" better! not start a debate In His- that everyone appreciates.MRS. we could ride out to the dairy and -,
-t4; r .n class for Sumpter Harley see the cows. We did, and we- had 1

> rwill win It. He's the champion de- BOREE'S SIXTH GRADE I just gotten on the horses and were e "
, ,Ibater: of that class! He admits It about to start home when Billy "I
. I IGrUfls. Powell's horse threw him. Whenhe
himself. He starts arguing for Honor roll: Clara Flume, Sidney
. 'l oneside. then the other, and winds Alease Maples Mae Pre- got up we asked him if it hurt
,I tip on the winning one. vatt, Melba Prevatt, Doris Sllcox i him and he said, "No nothing but
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, .lnff" mixed chorus of boys and Mellle Silcox Mary Lee Stafford. broken." We then rode home and -9 5 VP*

If..ln Glee Club work. From the Going Somewhere T I took Billy to the doctor. His fin- J
" ::1 of the boys' first public ap- Mrs. Boree: "Clara what Is ger was not broken but it was
" ce in chapel t. Friday they wind T"Clara sprained. While we were there we
some help. Don't they? looked about the hospital and then 1
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i k jStarke Is going to be a gets in a hurry!I" we saw the flat tops, where they
I >me old town next week-end Got Any BaIt keep prisoners that have misbe

.some' girls. Exams at the Mrs. Boree: "Do you know haved. ? '
_ to F., start Thursday and no where little boys go who fish on We then went home as we were AN IMPROVED
ant goes home that week-end. Sunday very tired. That night when we
want my handkerchief were telling father about Billy's j
I Charles: "Sure! Follow me and
ort finger I happened to think about
: Shavings: Genevieve can Til show you!" ,
especially when the Boys the Bureau of Identification where j 1P
Club sings "Sweet Genevieve"t Harry won't freeze in their early my father works. I asked him to
Haynes has a permanent- morning drive from the State show it to us the next day. He
' er why the pilgrimage to Farm to school in their "fresh air said he would and the next day af-
: filling station at recess?- taxi cab"-Marjorie Is about to ter lunch we all went down to his dJLINE OF SIXCYLINDER..E

eometry students are study- get her schedule straightened out' office. ;
,i .. e "loci of a circle"-If your -at one time she was taking sev- Edna wanted her finger prints
know what that Is just ask en subjects-Whatta girl?-Here's and picture made. After he had .;

. they can teU you all about a modern version of a well known made her picture and finger .\
Martha Brownlee was on nursery rime- prints he showed us how he made f

. once last week-She says it's Mary had a little lamb. I pictures of the prisoners. L. O
.: chool bus!-Essie can sure It's fleece was as white as snow.' asked him to explain how he made TRUCKS SELLING AT 1

- that Ford of hers, can't: she 7 And every where that Mary the finger prints and he had just ,
mves every morning with a went begun when Billy Powell said
Let's all hope Robert and She took a taxi! I "Come on that's all Dutch to me." 'dr.I r



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I 1 TIIIOPEN-SMITH the third and fourth grade room Hampton's aged, and highly respected icing. Thin will give growers here Mrs. Ada Phillips and "

won the banner.. citizens:; died at her home quite an Improvement over condi- Mims of Jacksonville Free

; i John Thigpen of Starke and Stella The following la the program 01 Church 'street Jast Thursday tions in former years as It was here Sunday. were vlsi"

L 'etyJJJ Smith of Hampton were married rendered by the school children: morning at three o'clock. sometimes necessary.to send a car Henry Burney returned

(} here last Saturday by N. D. Wainwright The Little New Year, Janie Mae C. A. Blrt, who has been quite to Baldwin, causing a delay of from Plant CIty Monday hOlt'

Jr., notary public. The Quarries; School Activities in Do- ill for several weeks, has many several hours. Route Age-nt Davis of

___ young couple will make their homeIn cember Hazel Morgan; Arbor Day, friends here who are delighted to 4-H'' Club Entertains ville, representing the Jaclua

1",,' -' Starke. Janie Mae Quarries; Trees (Joyce learn that his condition Is Improv The boys of the 4-H Club enterr Express Agency was a RaJ11\11 busln'!

DA VlS-SIIEPARD "Mildred Jaunita 1022-1933," and -- Kilmer), Randolph Quarries; Value ing. tamed the girls of that organization visitor here Saturday.

t 'eleven pink candles, were placedin LESTERSAUNDERSGeneral of'Trees, Winifred Hazen; An Ar- I Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who has with a party at the home of James T. Moore, who is at

Hmtard, Jan. 14.-Mr. and Mrs. the center of the table. At either bor Day Tree, Madeline Crosby; been visiting in Miami for several Mr. and Mra. E. E. Burney Sat- ent in Plant City, was p

4 Thomas H. Davis of Hilliard announce end were holders on which burned Lester and Mary Francis How toplant, a Tree, Madeline weeks has returned to her home on urday evening. A number of family here over the week-end.VI"tUng

s the engagement of their two large pink tapers. The little Saunders, both of Hampton, were Crosby.How; to Plant a Tree, Cora I Church Street. games were enjoyed until a late A city election will be held

t daughter Eula, to Charles C. Shepard hostess' mother, Mrs. P. M. Bare married here Wednesday afternoonby Padgett;,. What. Plant We In This I I hour, when punch and sandwiches the city hall Tuesday 8

also of Hilliard. The weddingIs foot, assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Green, County Judge E. K.; Perymazvv,,' Apple Treef: J.. W. Kelly; Three were served. Those attending were to fill the office of OouncflmS 24(

-. to. be an event of February. served cake and hot chocolate to Trees (Christopher Moreley8thand Blue Pond Misses Doris Burney, Mattie Edith A. Griff resigned.. *
friends of the hostess. READING NOTICES FEATURING 8th grade girls: The .Gumdrop -
eighteen V. R.
I I I Rowe, Louise Sapp, Jewel and Bet- Reddish and O. J.
BIRTHDAY PARTY ARTICLES IN JANUARY 22 ,Victor' Thorp;. What do We Ruth:Fender Cor. ty Phillips, Blanche Bennett, Mra were business visitors to the Phillip
AMERICAN WEEKLY. Plant, When. We Plant'the Tree t '. Stat
P. T. A. MET WEDNESDAY I ", L. T. Dyer;'Messrs. Sumpter Harley Farm Tuesday.Mrs. .

t Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. A. LUCKY ACCIDENTS. 7th and.Bth grade pupils Mine ..treft8Batten- of Penny; Van Burney, Billy' Plummer, Effie Miner has opened

W. Anderson entertained at the The P. T. A. held, Its regular Accident That Were Lucky. Wednesday February 1, has Farms is visiting Miss Annie Bat- William and Cleon Wooten, Jack rooming house. There has
been chosen the night for i been
,' home of the former Tuesday after- monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon Read About the Astonishing Escapes ten of Thereasa. Dyer. great need for one here for
of their Lyle school auditorium, and from Death Reported From: social.at the'.school house at which I son
noon In honor sons, In the Kirkland time.
I I I of Blue, Mt"t.Mrs.
Mr. .
Floyd W. M. U.,
be auctioned off.
will Coffee;
and John Duren, whose 5th birthdays -],the good attendance indicated AU Part of the World Last Yearin pies Mesdames W. C.
pond has accepted> a position In R. F. Howell entertainedthe l Wooten and \
candy, oysters valentines will
/ and,
were on this date. much interest in this organization.Mrs. The American Weekly, the R. Reddish
} Orlando for.the coming year. ladles of the Baptist W. M. U. were visiting
also The
be for sale. funds will
had thee K. presidedover Distributed With the '
A time was by E. Perryman Magazine James
merry Godwin FaS
The friends of Miss Ruth: Fender the State
at her home afternoon
P."T. Tuesday ,
for the benefit of the A.
outdoor and the newly Next Atlanta American.BROOKER go
guests in playing the meeting Sunday .
young I are glad 'to see her back in school Mrs. T. J. Terry presiding. After Tuesday.
: -' games, and at the tea hour choco- appointed secretary, Mrs. Geo. W. again after her Illness. I business discussion refreshments Those attending Eastern Start
.late milk and cake cut from two Kenly, transacted the duties of her I installation
L. of exercises
Rev. D. Phillips Lawtey served. Those at Bald
were attending were
., large birthday cakes Iced in white office. The meeting was opened by HAMPTON ',
r missed his at Monday evening
>I' appointment Hope Mesdames R. L. Blanchard, J. M. :; Mesdaim
with tiny pink candles was served an Invocation given by Rev. O. P. t' ... O. A.
d Baptist Church this past week-end E.' B. Wells
Redish D. L. Blackburn, C. E. V
x to fifty children. The young Raymond. MlM Vera Gainer, Co*. MlM- .A..'... 1'11.' ...., c_. 1 but secured Rev. H. N. Hayman of Plummer and Vernon Rowe. H. Biggs, L. H. Hill, A. H. Harle,
assisted In entertaining Miss Sara Barefoot, ac- I I
Y hosts' mothers were Little The
t'. J. Orange Heights to fill the vacancy Western Union MovesThe quarterly rally Of Baptu
by Mrs. NeUle Martinez companied by Juanita Barefoot and Schools Accredited [' The farmers in this community, Sundaymorning.. Western Union Telegraph W. M. U. Society( will be held

t and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr. Tommy Ritch, aang"'a group of Principal A. E. Maxwell: of the noted ''for their.perseverance-,' are I Miss Opal Gliason of Lake Gen- Company, Monday moved its of- the Lawtey Baptist Church Satu:

MARTINEZ. songs that was appreciated by Brooker Junior High School, Is in 'putting forth.'"'every effort. that eva, and Mr- ,George Washingtonof fice from the depot to the Young day, Jan. 21., beginning at 10 a.
:MRS. NELLIE their audience. receipt of a letter from Mr. R. i ilIinson. they may .Jiarveat an abundant Jacksonville! ,' were visiting in building. All are IrI fed.

1 : ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE I The outsandlng feature of Prin-the State supervisor of high crop. ,The ; oU here is very dry, Thereasa Sunday'night. E. M. Bennett la having a sleep- .

\ 1 program was an address by schools, advising him that the I but heavy head and fogs have Miss Juanlta. Wainwright and built to his home recently
Ing porch
affair of last Friday his
A L. A. subject being
delightful Gray
'r Brooker Junior High School has helped 'to Conserve the moisture Mr. Bill Glover of Penny Farms purchased here and when com-
the bridge party '
afternoon was Marltnez. "World-wide Citizenship, Looking" been> accredited by the State Boardof supplied by scanty' showers, and were visiting here Sunday evening.Mr. pleted will make a very attractive SANDY LANE
Mrs. Nellie World-wide Peace. Miss
t given by Towards Education, as a three-year Junior have prevented real damage by Austin Fender of Blue Pond, .
Bowls filled with red t'.d white Isabel Fernandez gave a reading High School for the year 1932- dry weather. The cool 'weatherand is recovering from a serious illness. appearance.S.. Lorena Green, Cor.
D. Cheatham former resident
a -
were used In the living entitled "The Banishment of War.
ti japonlcas
4 33. light frosts have done very lit.tie Mr.. Leonard Klnchen of Theressa -
' three tables were ar- made from of Lawtey, now living in Jacksonville
where Good
I' A room, reports were Professor Maxwell Is also in receipt if any damage to strawberries. was the week-end guest of rela- was friends here Mr. and :Mrs. E. Lewis an.
Candy was served the committees health,
for :
play. following
of a letter from R. M. Evans, The warm weather of last week tives in Starke. this week. daughter, Agnes, spent Saturda
at the close of
the and nutrl ton. Arrangements
e which during the hostess game served cake and membership made to provide State supervisor of elementary has forced the premature bloom on Mr. Ed Lee and Miss Eva Lee of Mrs. L. H. Hill was a business afternoon with Mr and Mrs. E. E
r schools, advising him that the berries, and early fruit is ripening.Rev. St. Augustine were visiting rela- visitor to Jacksonville Saturday: Green.
hot and milk for the
hot coffee.The
more soup elementary school of Brooker has and Mrs. Crichlow of Connecticut tives here Monday evening.
and Lorene
were: Mrs. O. L. children attending Miss Jewel Phillips of Miami, Misses Pauline Grand
+ players underprivileged' the distinction of being placed .arrived here this week, Miss Jewel,Phillips of Jackson- .
Juanita Williams
relatives and friends Miss returned
1 Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mrs. R. E. school. was visiting
upon the State accredited list as a and are comfortably located at ville was visiting Mr. D. L. Phillipsand
Weaver, Mrs. WB Mundy, Jr., : Miss Olive Ray's grade had the .here during the week-end. home Thundayfrom Valrlco
1 i Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. Sam largest number of patrons presentand regulation standard" school, for the the Silver Lane apartment on family Sunday. Graydon Jones of Ft. Meade, is where they spent two weeks with
; year ending June 30, 1933. Main street. relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. O...I .
visiting Morgan.
Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., *
r Anderson, as a prize was given a potted '" 'Hunt and
Mrs. P. B. mother
of standardization
No certificates ,
Mrs. W. H. .Andrews, Mrs. R. J. fern for the class room. Miss Patsy Edwards of Jack Miss Mildred Sanders! has been
are being.Issued this in Mrs. O. Haynes, were the guestsof '
and year L sonville, was a visitor here duringthe visiting Misses'Hazel and Idamai
Andrews, Mrs. Paul Canova JVTEY
tl s .
the Interest of economy.. Mra. Haynes' sister, Mrs. J. B. ,_ _
week-end. Johns in Starke.
r WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS Kennard last
Y''F Sunday O. ;J. Phillips l,' Cor. O. E. Webb of Jacksonville, wasa Mrs. Crls Yarborough was thf
CLUB FIRST MEETING OF.YEAR Mr. and.Mrs. W. W. Me +ertidf. Rev. 'Mcd uley win preach at ', I business visitor here Tuesady. guest of Mrs. E. E. Green Satur
Miami, are visiting Mrs.! Meyers' the Bapti :hurcb next: Sunday
TO GIVE FIRST OF SERIES Mr. and Mrs. Edward MIms, day.
The Woman's Club of Starke met parents, Mr. and ,Mrs.v Parrish morning and evening.Mrs. Express Company Grants Shippers'Request ft
; Invitations to the first in a series at the club rooms Tuesday, Jan- iers_ Mrs. Meyers will be.remem- Della Dyal, is the guest of
v the uary 11th, with thd'president, Mrs. bered as Miss Pearl.-Parrish. her daughter Mrs. Parker of High Mr. J. L. Harrell representingthe
of dances to be sponsored by
'. organized Dance-of-the- W. E. Middleton presiding.At Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles,Bosley of Springs this week. growers and shippers of this Friday SPECIALS Saturday

Month recently Club have been sent out for, the opening of the meeting Miami are visiting Mr and Mrs. 'Mrs., J. Pursley who has been section has been advised by the I

r I The dance will be the collect was repeated'in unison 'arrlsh.Mrs1. visiting her daughters, Mrs. Carpenter Railway Express Company that
I J Friday Woman's Club from by the members. This was followed G. B. Colson and son, Res- and' Mrs. Teuten, of Pa- they are going to allow shippers I
held at the
be with the salute to the American I sic, attended the ordination services latka for several weeks,' has returned here to re-Ice cars when In

9 o'clock until by Oren 1. Music Ross and will his flag and singing of America. at China Grove Sunday. to' her home here. the opinion of the shippers and Bulk Spaghetti per pound - l lOc .
Gainesville I During the business session plans Mrs. Myrtle McKinney of Wlllaton. Mrs. Elsie Sparkman, one of express agent such cars need re-I ,
h Rythm Kings, popular
;: were completed for a "Sweet Six- were visiting her Barents.Mr. '

e ;, I :w";, orcnesira.The Dance-of-the-Month. Club teen"at and the valentine clubhouse party Friday to evening beheld .- and Mrs. G. W. Hazen Mon American Business Men Butter (Best Grade) pound 23c

:, was organized for the purpose, as day.Rev.
Feb. 10th. Mesdames G. W. G. E. Misses
II' ,
y fl', ,dance the title a month.Indicates The, of following promoting of-a Kenly, L. D. Vining, E. M. Davis, Theo McGauley and Lubedia Pin- Lured by Music To Vacations FLOUR, (Pillsbury), 21 pounds __________ 70c

i I* D. Green, J. W. Morgan, L. S.lutto.were holster were attending church services -
., .fleers were elected at a meeting appointed on committee at China Grove Sunday.Mr. .hr. LETTUCE( large head. Iceberg), a f.t".orDc :
last week:
,l:: r ya p president; Ruth Eugene Sternberg secretary for arrangements. The president and Mrs: L. R. Gainey spent LARD,.4,pounds _____*_____<._.......______._ 25c
ureged all having shrubberyand Saturday and Sunday in Jackson
1\? Estelle Kendrick, treasurer.
; flowers to donate to city parksto ville with their daughters, Mrs. A. ,
NUCOA (Extra lb. lOc
I s; AVE-LAKA SEW CLUB call Mrs E. M. Johns, Mrs. C. B. Crosby and Mrs. L. A. Mintz. Special) w -

.,, A. Knight and Miss Pearl Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long are

Members of the We-Laka Sew Mrs. J. W. Andrews, accompanIed the; proud parents of a baby girl, SYRUP, (Brer Rabbit) Quarts _______-_-. 15c

',> Club were entertained by Mrs. A. by Mrs. E. K. Peryman, rendered born Wednesday, January. 11.. _

.. H.. Harley. Jr., Wednesday afternoon two beautiful' selections, Elders J. H. Kelley and Lloyd
ONIONS Yellow 4 l lOc
o'' '', : at her home. "Sing Me to"Sleep! and "Just Been Johns, and Mr. Menzie Groover ( ) pounds -
where the Wondering. The hostesses for attended church services at Long
: The party room,
entertained tastefully the afternoon rervedj! sandwiches Pond Saturday and Sunday.R. .
guests were
i;' decorated with garden flowers and tea. P. fiAt E. Hazen was attending to Old Dutch Cleanser 3 cans 25c
the next which will business in Gainesville
"If.: and at the close of the afternoon meeting Saturday. ,
be held February 15th, Mr. L. F. -
t .
in ,
'I pleasantly spent sewing ._
t V I4 cards and conversation. The hostess Chapman, superintendent: : 01 me 1 Brooker- P. T. A. Meeting SELOX (regular We size) package ____ 5c ,
State Farm will address the club The Brooker P. T. A. met in '
served tempting salad reg- POTTED MEAT 3 lOc
a cans ___________
r '' members and their: friends on' the ilar monthly session on the after-
d I 'j y. The guests were: Mrs. Sam Anderson subject, "International Sympathy". loon of Wednesday.' January 11th. .' ,

+ ;'( Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs., All ent.members are urged to be pres A.S tntertalned usual, the with school a short children program first, Peas, (Stokley's Small) 3 cans 25c

J R. C. Buford, Mrs. O. A. Wiggins
Mrs. W. H.Andrews, Mrs. W. C. LIter which a number of topics
Beets Carrots Mustard Collards 2 bun. 15c
,i Manning, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., LEGION AUXILIARY HAS were discussed -during the business' ,

t Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mrs. L. E. Moseley, SPECIAL MEETING. meeting. ,

?;,,y .Mrs.: R. ,E Weaver, Mrs. Nellie The members of the P. T. A. WE WILL TAKE YOUR EGGS FOR TRADESAUL'S
i t Martinez. The American Legion Auxiliary agreed to help beautify the school

I( S met Monday afternoon, January grounds by'assisting the schoolchildren

HONORS MOT7IRR 16, at the Legion Hall. The room Friday, to set out various

ON BIRTHDAY was prettily decorated with baskets trees, bushes, shrubs, and flowersIn

of flowers and pot plant The celebration of Arbor Day.

:Mrs Lloyd J. Green entertainedabout meeting was called to order by the The revised copy of P. T. A.,bylaws -

', twenty-five guests Tuesdaj'evening president Mrs. Vonda Inman. Mrs. was read and adopted.

e with a surprise party hon Noble Ray White, Auxiliary chap- Mrs. Meyer's room won the banner .ATTDRE QUEDE

oring the birthday anniversary 01. lain, opened the meeting with, pray. for greatest percentage of attendance -

her mother, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. er, which was followed by pledges of parents present. This Due to cold spell and advancement in price of

+ Narcissi arranged in basketrv s allegiance_ the flag,.)reading made the third time this term thaTW.OGUN

were used to decorate the hom or the preamble, roU eaU and min Strawberries it will be to growers' Ad-
iJ Two novelty contests added much utes of last meeting! which were SCHOOLMA'AM
\ lIow
r, merriment to the occasion, after read and approved.. Reports of a Two-Gun Schoolma'am
i ) committees Reformed the Bad Indians In Old vantage to kill robins
J"i which a short musical program were given.
Wild We t Style In the American
Mrs. Inman 'introduced
given by the honoree's little Mrs..
t1" Weekly, the Magazine\ Distributed
it daughters, Juanita and Sara Bare Rupert Smith department president
With the. Next Atlanta
.' foot was enjoyed. of the State of Florida, who Sunday ..
:,' Mrs. Barefoot was the recipient gave a very interesting talk on

A ) of many beautiful gifts, among Auxiliary work. Mrs. Fannie Ball, WE HAVEUNLIMITED
::1j:1jJ Too wide a kitchen shelf makes w T1a.e S.S.FR.ANOLIIrp
1' which was a beautifully decorated guest of the Auxiliary, spoke on
: birthday cake, a gift from Mrs. publicity of the Auxiliary.The searching for supplies and utensilsa
of hide and leek.
N. T. Green. next meeting will be held game
J I the second Tuesday afternoon in t: =.r+i= = !ffl' SUPPLY.

aJ tera. February at 3 o'clock., The officers Milk is necessary to keep chll i'"' In Mon\ -ieetA I'njtim;" t-ao.. faetherlnMantlMy.tneldMea! "' !'ee
and Elaine Edwards served the elected for the year 1933, are as dren's body tissues and bones from

I guests a chicken.dinner. follows present, at and this are meeting requested: Mrs.to Von-be being have at harmed.least three A cups child of should milk Men of Affairs Growing American life It largely respon-
sible for the of to
new power men
JUANITA BAREFOOT da E. Inman, Unit President Mrs. every day. Continental in Travel
..' ; relax. Music has 'dolce far nlent. Gun
m1 L CELBRATES BIUTIIUAY Lucille K. Vining Unit, Past Tastes. French Line .' effect on any nation. Constantly Shells
I President; Mrs. Mae Wells, Unit At least 114 registered dairy singing and dancing to happy,
Juanita Barefoot was hostess to 1st Vice President Mrs: Eva bulls were placed on farms in Flor Officer Finds joyous music with tone and lyric

I a number of her friends Saturday Thomas, Unit 2nd Vice President; Ida during 1932 by county agents telling' of Araby, Zanzibar, Hawaii

evening from seven until 9 o'clock Mrs. Noble Ray White, Unit Chap. and Hamlin L. Brown, dairy specialist New York City. -American men ,Sue and what not, one real

r at the home of her parents, Mr. lain; Mrs. Bessie Simmons, Unit with the Florida Agricultural .are- beginning; to play beginning ly develops a yen to start on the

; and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, the oc- Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. Extension Service.BLADDER .. to let business take only" a part of magic" carpet. Black Powder 25c-50c |
+ casion her eleventh Lula ; ". :, their tins*. This is the belief of 'It Happened in Monterey -
being birthday Hutto Unit Sergeant at Henri Qufttec.commlssalre of the waltz ballad I hear everyone hum.
,1, h anniversary. Arms; Mrs. Grace W. Wainwright, P 1YSIC S.S.:France who takes many pleas ming. Is a good!: example of what.I .
Narcissi l, nasturtiums and roses Historian. The committee chair- Is a medicine that works on the ure-seeking Americana abroad mean. This piece has all the
arranged in baskets were effectively men were: Mrs. Eva Anderson, bladder as castor oil on the bowels. each year. !glamour of the old world told in Best Grade Smokeless 75c;

feteik'M pu used in the living room and din- Music; Mrs Lorena Epperson, Drives out impurities and excess! "More and more,American busi modern idiom."

in ing room which were opened en- Americanism; Mrs. Irene Saul, acids that cause Irritation which ness men are taking vacations" Monsieur Quedee ts largely responsible ALSO SEVERAL HUNDRED BUSHELS OF SEED PEANUTS i
iii suite. Poppy; Mrs. Delia Hoover, Wel- results in he declares-.."They take them in for the success of the
Cat Games were played and several fare; Mrs. Alva D. Rivers, Membership getting up night, fre- winter and in summer, even in 'amous Mediterranean cruises of
t piano solos were given by Jean Davis Mrs. Edna quent desire burning leg pains and spring and fall.' After a man bur I the S.S. France,of the French line
; Newsom. Gold backache. Get a 23c test box of a sufficient competence, and I note each winter. This fairyland cruise
and Margaret Lowry. Little Star Mother; Mrs. Mary A. Waln BU-KETS, (5 gr. Tablets) the that each year younger men must takes In all the wonderful ports of
tti I Sara Barefoot, accompanied by herI' wrlght- Rehabilitation- ; Mrs. Janle I pleasant''bladder physic from any get it for" they are,traveling, h.. the Mediterranean,which America STARKE HARDWARE\ &

.3 19 r. sister, Juanita, sang several numbers .Holtzendorf' Finance. During druggist., After four days If not now starts to take life easy end has pictured so often in song .
toCO i for the guests. the social hour the hostesses, Mrs relieved, go' back and get see the world. In ,the past few Quedee l IC'holder of the crolx' de
: ". The''dining table was-laid with Saul: Mrs. 'Simmons and'\Mrs. In money. You will feel better* your men went voyaging, for pleasure. froerre and a son of a former

'*e A an Irish lace cloth, and the lar,e' man, assisted by Mrs. Grace,Warn- this cleansing and kite That wan only for women and chit rfoctor-ln-cWrf! of the French FURNITURE COMPANY'
birthday cake, decorated in you get your dren. Navy He Is a large cotton plantation
e EO > pink:: wright served a salad course to
) regular Sold
and green with the inscription, fifteen sleep. by Mitchell'sDrug "I think"the fact that music has owner in both Martinique
{ members ,
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k c: MAY NOT GET PAY first class freight rate from Law
for a very amal profit The average ,
STATE OFFICERS TOLD tey to Jersey City, N. J., was $2.- I sales of green corn In N Y for

+ Do You Know? + ] 10 per cwt WHY WAS IT THAT past four years has been about

Bits oi (Continued from page 1.) WE WERE CHARGED $1.18 plus $1.50 per crate and we are basingour

d duce operating costa and "skel 1etonlxe" 0 per cwt. on green corn? Our prospective sales on past f '

4 their forces within 30 freight was around 73c pack .,
per;;, '
If the carriers will this
I days, the governor aaid.Yesterday's age.
? 43c flat rate we will all plant all
I.ocall..JeConcernnt :I.\.l"w\ announcement that Also, I have asked the carriers
we can and ship heavy by freightIf :
game and fresh water fish for a flat rate on green corn of
they will will not grant the rate
commissioner, C. C. Woodward, 45o per package, minimum car
; Our People Business and had cut asked for, we will be compelled to
operating costs of his department COO packages ((31,500 Iba.), which .
reduce our to about 10
SO per cent, effective If the first class rate la $2.10 acreage
8 Progress of the County and Town. per per cent and then ship only by
24It Immediately, waa followed by a cwt., would give the carriers a
truck lines as they will deliver in
t similar announcement today from fraction over 34 per cent of first
1r52SZSZStSi N. Y. for 75c crate and
GZnSl .s .!I r ry State Hotel' Commissioner Ben H. class rate; 34 per cent of $::1.10 charges of loading per, top Icing, cartage all.
Boataln. la .714 cwt. and 63 at I
per pound
P Mra.. J. M. Norman of Lawtey Dr. Jim Dell, Miss Mary Virginia and etc., Included In same.
By reducing the number of field .714 cwt is not quite 45o
; V'was In Stark.Saturday. Dell and Miss Margaret Ptnkoaon t per I See what can be done about this
inspectors from 14 to seven and crate.
of Gainesville,. were visitors in and advise.
by reducing the salaries of remaining
',' JI:. J. Lewis of Brooker was a Starke Wednesday afternoon. If we can get a flat ra.e of 4.;:c J. L. HARRElX
; Inspectors and office:
'I P visitor to Starke Tuesday -- workers. Commissioner Boataln I per crate or a rate of 34 per cent For Lawtey Truck Growe Union.

0 Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. M. E. I of first class rate If same Is $2.10per .
Mid he would be able to effect
O. J. Anders of Lawtey was a Edwards, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Miss a ,cwt; then we can ship to N. Y.
50 cent slash in He SCHEDULE CHANGED!:
V recent visitor here. Lola Adkins and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., expenses. andIf,[ it sells for as low as $1.00 I
said this
will result in annual
motored to Gainesville Tuesday per crate the grower will Just lose
saving of $31,084. of The In ached-
Expenses the following changes
Mr. W.J. Epperson, Jr., of Jacksonville afternoon. his labor and corn and will not be
commission are paid out of the department.s I:ulea are announced by the S.A. L.
for crates
was in Starke Tuesday. owing top Icing and]
Co. effective Dec' 15 .
revenue. Ry. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank, Betty loading as In the past. The cost ;

Mrs. E.. M. Johns was a visitorIn Lewis Shank, Mrs. LillW 8. Governor Sholta made public detailed would be about as follows: Southbound
figures on the condition of No. 1, due Starke 11:17: ,,p. ro-
e Gainesville Tuesday. Lewis, Mrs. J. C. Robinson, James the general revenue fund Empty Crates, per crate-.15c local..
d Lewis and Granville Lewis spent x dr.. past six months which showed: Loading & Inside top icing No. 11, due Starke, 9:33'a.: m.

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova of Monday in Gainesville. / per crate _________10c local.
July disbursements
receipts $284,426.72;
u Gainesville in Starke Sun-
were -
Refrigeration, $60.00
$918,481.04; deficit, per No. 107, due Starke 10:27 a. m.
day. Mrs. N. T. Rltch and son N. T., r" $$234,054. car of 500 crates, per limited.

returned Sunday from Jacksonville crate __________120
No. 101 due Starke 10.33::l
August 1 : m.
receipts, $318,122.26; p.
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna left where N. T. has been a pa- Proposed freight, per crate 43c limited.
disbursements deficit
(Thursday for St. Petersburg to at- tient at the Riverside Hospital for $402,110.98; Cartage J. C. to N. Y., per
tend the State Bar Association.Mr. the past few weeks : b crate _________.._,__ 8c I Northbol1n.lNo.2
--- -- ---- y receipts $284,14364; 10 per cent com. on $1.00 due Starke 8:08 a. m. local.

and Mrs. W. L. Wall and Eldredge Robinson, John Inman disbursements $392,537.18; deficit, per crate sales per crate lOc No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m.

A. E., Wall, Jr., were visitors in and Robert Chapman witnessed the 4 $108,391.54. local.

Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. tennis exhibition given by Bill Til- I October receipts, $454,099.34; Total, per crate ___.__,,_$!.00( No. 108 duo Starke 5:49: p. m.
den at the disbursements, $301.507.53; dettclt$4GM8.19. local.
University of Florida in
If we can get this rate and corn
and Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Gainesville Monday afternoon. November will average around $1.50 per crate Stnrko and Wannee Branch-No.
receipts, $473,30433
1 ; 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. No.
: m..
and Mrs. Jim Godwin motored to
gross sales In N. Y., the grower
, Jacksonville Sunday. Miss Pearl Jordan was called to disbursements, $$502,219; deficit will receive around 45c crate 102: arrives 2:40: p. m.

Ocala Monday on account of the ".rh c.."" ... ra"Mi .."..... $28,915.84.December. net for his corn, and he per can live T. J. Griffin, Agent.
receipts, $331,87406
Mrs. J. EL Maines of Lake But- critical illness of her 'uncle, Dr. r1 fr.T about 9 mile from Victoria, Crlt
ler, was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Bullard Jordan. Dr. Jordan died i. ficturer, R. P. Butchart, has converted a discarded cement quarry 14217303. ; profit. Closing Malls

. Epperson Tuesday. Tuesday. Into what Is considered to be the world's finest sunken. garden?' Its I The South
fame Asa become S average acre of green corn, Train No; 11, parcel post, 9:00:
I world-wids and It I I. visited by tens of thousands of i
o'h Mrs. George Anderson of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Holtzendorf tourist annually. A corner of the garden I la shown. In the photograph. QUARTERLY MEETING fertilized will produce around 40 a. m.
Wllmer The quarterly meeting of the crates to the acre, of first claaa Train No. lOT letters delivery
visited her mother, Mrs. W. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Holtzen special -
'n dorf returned home Monday from lum in the public schools Mr. Caw- CONVICTS CAPTURED New River Baptist Association green corn. 40 crates at 43c net and special handling 10:00a. :
Epperson Monday.Mrs.
I Jennings, Fla., and Lake Park, than said, "Publishers of text NEAR GAINESVILLE will be held in Lawtey Saturday $18.00 per acre and this to pay for m.

George Flynn and daughter Ga., where they' spent several books, manufacturers of laboratory I morning, January 21, at 10 rent, fertilizers, seed, mule feed, North

apparatus'and other vested Inter- Gainesville:n. 15.Dep.tSheriff Y O'CIOCk'j labor, taxes and then harvesting, Train No. 12, parcel post and
Betty Ann and Mrs. E. E. Ca-
eats havoc doubtless contributed Charles Plnkoson yesterday packing and hauling to shippingpoint
r in Gainesville. days.Mr. I ( I letters, 2:50: p. m.
spent Tuesday
nov and Mrs. C. 'A.' Knight and their share to this expansion. _, located and captured J., C. Smith, added to this cost you will Train No. 108 Letters special
Tables were to show that alias John T. readily aee that we are only asking
given Hurst. 27. and O. W
Lena Bell the
Mrs. M. E. .Edwards of Jacksonville oJ delivery and special handling 5:10:
; spending a while with weekend In Hilliard with relatives. Florida is protected in the price of Creel, 41r convicts who are aald to p.m. .
text books and that a general misunderstanding have escaped from the Florida
her daughter Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. They were accompanied home by Night malls close at 6:00: p. m.-
of this matter existsin Prison Farm at Friday -
Jlai/prd early
Mrs. James Shepard who is spendIng the public mind. morning.The : City Beauty Shoppe Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.;

Mrs. J. P. Mack of Lake Butler, a week here. train No. 2, North, 5:08: a. m.
The amount of the permanent capture was made about
I ;was a visitor here Tuesday after Editor Telegraph: PHONE 4 Starke and Bell BranchTrainNo.
school fund is stated as $4,635,326.-: eight miles north of Gainesville '
i noon. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Bobby Below Is an open letter to Flor 101 mall closes 7:00: a. m., No.
DO. This permanent fund must be near the Lacrosse road.< Authorities With $1.60 worth of work '
Biggs motored to Jacksonville to- ida Railroad Commission at Tallahassee you 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.

Mrs. C. N. Christy Is in Jacksonville day to attend the marriage of Mlaa invested in interest bearing securi- said yesterday that the men 1 and the Inter-State Com receive our Blue Bud Schedule
ties and only the interest be had used creosote to their
may dye
Cora to Mr. Harold Commission at
Dyle Brogden merce Washington,
, visiting her uncle and
used for school expenses. Recently striped trousers In an effort to Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932.
Mr. and :Mrs. William Hutson.I of Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Biggs is to D. c.: FREE FACIALCome
. the State school board has ad- avoid detection. Northbound 5:03 a.'m., 1:69: p..
play for the wedding.: Lawtey Fla., Jan. 14, 1933
hered to the policy of investing Records showed that Smith'was 'Interstate Commerce In for an appointmentnow m., 4:50: p. m., 8:19: p. m.
Mrs W. H. Green Commission
was this fund only in United States convicted at Pensacola in 1931 on Southbound-0:34: a. m., 12:34: p.
Mr. Kickliter
who has
to a Jacksonville hospital Thurs- Lacy Washington, D. C.
government bonds. The board has a charge of breaking and enteringand m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m.
I 1 day. Her condition was said to been visiting his brother, Mr.' J. Florida Railroad Commission, You will alno enjoy our maid
information at
Tickets and
a long list of Florida county and Creel war convicted In Polk
i be serious. F. Kickliter, and slater, Mrs. E: M. I Tallahassee, Fla. Service
, Smith's Service Station next to
last ,
Thomas left Tuesday, for Palatka municipal purchased in the County Jaa.ary for possessionof I Gentlemen: .

'I Mrs. S. A. Barefoot of Sander- and Sanford, where be will spenda investments past and a complete list -of these, stolen property.2= I Regarding the proposed reduction ----- ... courthouse.- r

son is spending this week with while before returning to his . ,given.MYSTERY. AT ,TilE BljARKE HOTEL I on strawberries: According to '

her son and daughter-in-law: :Mr. home In Stuart. -- ,the newspapers the rate on berrIes

and Mrs. P M. Barefoot., SOLVED At trio' Hotel this week t'will be 120 per cent of first class

CAWTHON SETS FORTH freight rate. The agent here says
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Keefer,
Mr. Aubrey Frlnk, horticulturistat 11 POINTS FOR SCHOOL Another Remarkable Story of aPu&dlng 1 that from his tariff books It seems TIP TOPGRO.CERY
Flint, Mich.: Messrs. D. O. Ruark,
, the State Farm, attended the ECONOMY PROGRAM : Crime Unravelled by the to him that the first class freight
M. C. Ruark, Battle Creek, Mich.; |'
growers' meeting here Tuesday French Detective Police, an Told Messrs. Jack Wilkins, M. R. Cow- rate from Lawtey to Jersey. City,
night. (Continued from page 1) by Mr. II. Aahton-Wolfe, Former N. J., Is $2.10 per cwt.
ard, Savannah Ga. Mr.' and Mrs.
dltures for playground equipment. Assistant of the Famous Dr. Ber- ; If he Is correct in same our rate
J. W Bates, New York, N. Y 'I
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. D. A.I 10. Provide home-made appara- tlllon, of the Surete, In The Messrs. W. R. Davis Wm. McMa-; 'to Jersey City will be 9252 per

Montieth and Mrs. E. L. Biggs tus wherever possible and make American" Weekly, the Magazine hon, Courtland Ala. Messrs. Ken-+cwt. on berries or $l.lI8 plus per
were the guests Monday of Mrs. L. small repairs. Distributed With the Next Atlanta neth Needhanx?' Jack Henderson, ,crate of 63 pounds (32: quart

F. Chapman at the State Farm. 11. Discourage the piuchaso of Sunday'American.,.. Knoxville, Tend...,. .Mr. and Mrs. J. crate) In addition to refrigeration,

expensive laboratory'equipment R. Black, St: Louis, Mo.;,Mr. and etc.Now
:Mrs. J. J. Canova and J. J. BIRTHS another thing, your rate
son, for small schools. Mrs. O. C. Rogers, Perry, N. Y.; 'C ,
Canova Jr. will 1 clerk (Fla. R. R. Com.) or I. C. C.
spend this weekend The diminishing contribution of -
Misses Virginia and Gertrude Gar-
In Gainesville with Mrs. F. A'I counties and districts to the cost I Mr. and Mrs.,E. C. Long, Brooker diner, Syracuse*;, Y.; Mesdames I gave me a list of freight chargedon Pillsbury Flour 24 Ibs.65c

Canova. of public schools in the State girl, January 12. D. I. Bannanl .-Ri:: Green Buffalo, .different,commodities, and if I ,

while contributions by the State Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Malphura, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kemp 'remember correctly It was something -

Mrs: O. L. Beasley returned Sun- have Increased from $8 3,097.94 In Starke boy. January 13. Charleston, S. C.; :Mr. and Mrs. A. like this: Nortlifleld Milk, tall can ____________, .'__ 6c

day from Cattlesburg', Ky., where 1926-27 to $6,183,161.58 was stress Mr. and'Mrs. Burnice Starling, C. Matthews; Indianapolis, Ind.; Beans, minimum car 16,000 Ibs.

she visited her brother-in-law and ed In the report. Superintendent Lawtey, boy January 14. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hogan Tow- 60 per cent of first class freight.

sister, Dr. and Mrs. J.,W. Klncald. Mr. and Mrs..E. G.Carter Green corn minimum car 20-
Cawthon suggested changes In the High- nada. Pa.; Miss Mabel Sarke. Pittsburgh Best White Bacon lb. -' 6c<<:
.1 State law to make'appropriations land, girl, January 16.. Pa.; Mra B. P. Bates, Al- 000 Ibs., 50 per cent of first class ,

Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Stansbury, certain, restrict the uses to which bany, N. Y.;' Mr. R.:J. Terrell, Atlanta rate.Cabbage

of Washington, D. C. and Mrs. State. aid funds can be put and JUNIOR WOODMEN Ga.; Mrs, R. C. Lewis :Mrs. minimum car 24,000
Dorsle Mann of Wheeling W. Va., provide a penalty for violation. Ibs., 40 per cent of first class rate. Lard 41be 25c
Wm. McCracken, Bamberg, S. C.: -
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0., E. "Those who assume that the Junior Woodmen will meet at Mrs. W. A. Camp, Columbia, S.: C. Potatoes minimum car, 34,000 ,

Stansbury.Mrs. education program will or can go hall Feb. 2, at 3:30: p. m.. All members Mr. and Mrs :T. A. Farnsworth:, Iba., ,. 30 per cent of first clan rate.

on without retrenchment In such urged to be .present. Please Mr. Edward ,Ay;Barnes, Buffalo, Well, if this was correct and,the Navy Beans, S Iba. _.. ___________________ ISe

: Fred Under of Hartwell times as are now upon us are destined come. N. Y.S: Mrs. L.'M.-Clark, Detroit I
Oa., and ;Mrs. A. J. Cummings of to disappointment," Mr. Mra. J. L. Silcox, '
Mich. Misses
Jacksonville spent several days of Cawthon aaid.Relative Junior .Supervisor. Sara ;Rockefellow and Rockefellow Mr. L. D. ; FLORIDA True Love Flour Ibs.55c

last week here with Mrs. J. J. Ca- Standing of State Rockefollow ,
Reasons for reduced county and Cora Bloomsdale, Beardsvllle. N. TflEATItE
district funds are pointed out In OF PALTAKA ATLANTIC BANK J.

The regular business and pro the report as lowered, assessments, i GAINESVILLE FLA. Irish Potatoes 10 Ibs.. 15c
gram meeting of the Baptist W. reduced school millage and failureof H. C. Richard' former' resident ,
Leesburg R.>H.
M. 8.: will of Starke, was recently elected Reynolds opened I
be held at the church property owners to taxes. .
pay photograph studio here. PROGRAM WEEK JAN. 19TII
next Monday afternoon at three The relative standing of Florida president of the"Palatka Atlantic Yellow Onions 5 Ibs. lOc

o'clock. A full attendance 'Is de with other States the report National Bank according to news Moore Haven Atlantic: Refining .. -

sired. Circle No. I, Mrs. J. M. shows is twenty-fifth In average dispatches from Palatka. Co., received $34,678 THURSDAY Si FRIDAY

Brownlee: leader, will have charge' attendance to each teacher, forty- At the time of his election Mr. tract to supplyt materials to con, CLARA BOWIn I

of the program. third in and salaries supervisors of teachers and fortiethin princlpala board Richard of directors was chairman of the bank.of the He corner.road from here to Main's surface 'i "CALL HER SAVAGE" Best Creamery Butter, lb. --22c

annual cost per pupil In average expressed himself as being opti-

A dally attendance. The cost per pu mistic as to the outlook for the Narcoosee-Drag line !
coming year, believing that the institution -
pil in Florida per year is given as workmen added to road crews on -
$349.74 as compared with $86.52 experience a new state road between here and JOAN BLONDElLIn

COLUMN for the continental United States. healthy expansion. Ash ton.
Suggestions for change in the I "CENTRAL PARK" Cheese lb. 17c
WANTED--One 60 or 80 gallon teachers' pension law to provide Haines City- Contracts awarded ,

syrup boiler. L. J. Green, Box that no pension be granted to a CHANGES LOCALITY for clearing grading and build- '

182. lt- person younger than 63: years and Word was, received here this Ing bridges on State Road No. 2 MONDAY (On the Stage) Macaroni forHershey's .__ _ ___-_________ 10c

that those who become benefici- between here and Osceola County' SATAN MANIA MUSICAL
week by Legion officials
FOR RENT-Furnished house or aries be required to contribute to that the line, distance of 11.75 miles. REVUE

rooms. A. E. Dunhanm, 327 the fund are Incorporated In the regional office of the Veterans' Sugar 5 Ibs.20c
Clarke St. It* report. For the year 1031-32 the was removed from (On the Screen) ,
Jacksonville to St.
report, shows $13,670.06 paid for the weekend.It Petersburg over I MILITANTMARY- BILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL

FOR SALE-Arbre Vitae, Roles pensions. was also stated that the home With Argo Red Salmon, can __ .__ ___-- ISc
.- Oleanders, etc. Mattress, oil Teaching Provision Not Taken i
stoves, chairs, cross cut saw, etc. Seriously at St. Petersburg' will not be ready ,Lo .to"onq Constance Cummings and Robert -

,A. E. Dunham 327 Clarke St. it* Superintendent Cawthon also, for the reception of members for ;ro.be'o'mon: Armstrong Grits Meal 10lbs.15c

suggested that the scholarship acts some weeks after the removal of or

j; FOR SALE-Car worth $800 Inservice should be changed so as to benefit the regional office to St. ,Petersburg !rule-tbe-world.' TUESDAY 4 WEDNESDAY ,

for only $188 cash. Good worthy and needy students in all as It will require some time FREDRIC MARCH

paint rubber, etc. P. O. Box cases. He stated that many hold- to secure full equipment and sup but-THEN CLAUDETTE COLBERT Rice Whole Grain 10 Ibs. 25c
,plies, consummate
662 Starke Fla. It* ers of county scholarships did not and subsistence Idi'dritIreoli2e In"TOh1IGIIT ,
contracts etc.
application -

r LOST-. 2 year oH heifer part Jer- take they 'seriously teach for the two provision years after that can be received or considered .that IS OURS"
: for the soldiers' we Tomatoes 4 No. 2 25c
sey, black and brown, one short graduation.. 'Changes In teacher member- cans -
ship until .fter"the : Next Thursday 11. Friday
horn, white nose. Marked swal certificates were also recommend- announcementof RULEBOTH"SHEWORLD.
its formal
low fork two In tinderbtt.. one-ear. ed. opening.. CLARKE, GABLE AND CAROL Roasted or Green Coffee 2 Ibs. _____. __ 25e
underslope- other Branded "X. Declaring that pressure from Miami LOMBARDE

S.Starke." Reward. "B.. S. Edwards I- -U. without In the the expansion school room of curricu-baa resulted 635 Washington Euclid: Beach Avenue Corporation-,Rosselle sold to Martha Hotel. I AND.1t.iA.N MEN.1M. 5'/ '"NO'HAN OF la HER OWN" Maxwell or La Touraine Coffee, lb. ______ 25cfiAVinfcv






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I I I Weekly from H.me Demoastnv| Chipley, Fla. Averaging 23 charm, Is simply beautiful. I am

f I FARMERS SECTION tlon Specialist Tallahassee I 1-2 eggs each during Decemberthe I LIVE STANews NEWS tremendously Impressed, not only
: with 1U
620 birds in the seventh Flor- I present attractiveness and
ida National Egg-Laying Contest beauty, but Its potentialities. So
l1, of Florida in Short Paragraphs
} Conducted by Demonstration Agents CITRUS JELLIES here continue their recordbreaking I spoke William It. TownEnd, of

-- laying, reports E. F. Stanton, JI Palm Beach and Newport, R. I., a
While citrus fruits are plentifulthe supervisor. During the three visitor to the University of Flor

., -- -- housewife should be busy pre- months of the contest the birds I __ Ar-__ ida recently. Mr.TownEnd, a celebrated -
.' -+hy. serving some of these health-giving have averaged 53 6 eggs each, com- pictorial photographer, will
.;;i STATE'S EXHIBIT OF FARM PROGRAM FOR delicacies for later use. Jelly is pared with 43.8 last year for the Gainesville-Dr. John J. Tigert, ](pompano in the retail markets of remain here through today in the

CITRUS GROVE TO BE 193S OUTLINED BY one of the many delicious home same time, which was better than president, announced here the'West Palm Beach and MIami. Interest of his profession. He said

Y CHICAGO ATTRACTION EXTENSION SERVICE products) into which citrus fruits in any previous contests. University of Florida had petition the campus of the University of

can be made. With six of the leading 10 pens ed the federal radio commissionfor Tallahassee Twenty-eight per Florida was beautiful enough to

By Spuds Johnson) Gainesville, Fla. Florida farmers Knmquat Jelly owned by Florida poultrymen the permission to broadcast at ,cent of Florida's population Is in Interest people from any sectionof

p r ; i A citrus grove In full production and farm women will be encouraged The jelly is made by adding one race for high honors Is close. Flor night time over the university rad1 1 needy circumstances and 20 per the country. He named only

In the heart of Chicago. No, It'. by county and home dem- pound of sugar and 2 pints of wa- ida's showing is worthy of note 10 station WRUF. The petition ,cent received assistance from state one Institution which he felt more

not ;just a pipe dream it will be onstration agents during the com ter to each pound of kumquats. since leading poultrymen from 14 will be acted upon later. unemployment relief funds during charming.

[ ', a reality during the Century of ing year to raise as much as pos- Clean thoroughly, and sprinkle states have pens at the contest. In December, the emergency advisory -
II .t Progress Exposition, which begins sible of the family living on the with soda, using 1 tablespoonful of the lead for the three months is Tallahassee "In the interest ,committee reported last week. The Pensacola-While fishing at a

Y In Chicago in June and continues Farm, to reduce production costs, soda to each pound of kumquats. an entry from Etheredge Poultry of efficiency and economy," the ,committee presented a picture of depth of 1ST feet for red snappers

through October of this year. And to diversify their crops, and to Cover with boiling water and allowto Farm, Ashford, Ala., with 708.4 governor's office hereafter will not the serious conditions throughoutthe recently, a member of the crew of
', make all expenditures return the stand for 10 minutes. of C. B. Davidson letter and telegram the schooner Buccaneer
it will be a Florida citrus grove, points is the entry answer every state but recommended that hooked
:'"growing on Florida muck soil- utmost value for the money. These Pour the water off and rinse Auburndale, Fla., and In third received, although all communications the facts be made public "as it is and brought to the surface a fish

;i ,i both trees and soil being transported were the principal recommendations through three changes of water. place Is that of Gulfkist Poultry will be brought to the attention our belief that the first step nec- that as yet has not been identified,

to Chicago. The only thing adopted recently when the Cut the fruit the long way, placeit Farm, Ocean Springs, Miss. The of the governor. Secretary essary to correct the evil is to rec- for the reason that nothing like
J 1 missing will be the Florida cli- supervisors and specialists of the In a kettle, with two pints of next two entries are owned by Newell made this announcement. ognize It." It has ever been brought to the attention .
mate. Florida Agricultural Extension water for each pound, and boil for Plnebreeze Poultry Farm, Calla- of persons long engaged In

A This citrus grove is to be a part Service and State Home Demon- 30 minutes, pour into a cheeseclothbag han, Fla., and in sixth place Is a* Jacksonville Airplanes were Miami JBeach-Freedom of attireIn the fishing Industry. It has a yel-
of Florida's exhibit at the Centuryof stration Department met here to and press until no more ;juice pen from M. Wlescholek's farm, blamed by municipal zoo attend- the sands of the ocean beach lowish color, is about 12 inches in
Progress Exposition, which is consider the plan of work for 1933.It can be obtained. Strain this ;juice Jacksonville. The two other Flor- ants last week for the death of a here does not extend to the city's length and Instead of two fins at

being assembled under the direction was pointed out that the farm in a flannel jelly bag, pour Intoa ida entries among the leaders are huge lion. They said the animal, streets Police Chief Robert T. the side usually provided for deep-

: i' of the State Department of and farm home are becoming more kettle and bring to a boll. Then owned by J. A. Dinkins, Bonifay, frightened by the roar of airplane Teaney] has said, and persons who sea fish, it has two nippers not

i ::1 t,' Agriculture. Numbers of the trees closely allied In the farm business, add the 1 pound of sugar for each and White Feather Farm, Clear- motors around a nearby airport, appear on the streets In scant unlike those provided seals. Over
: "; are being taken from' Flaming and that both men and women are pound of fruit. Stir until the sugarIs water. plunged against the bars of Its clothing are liable to arrest. "I the mouth of the fish is a protuberance

\ Groves on the muck soils near Hollywood endeavoring to find means of supplementing dissolved, and boll until the JellyIng Two of the Etheredge birds are cage: breaking its neck. dislike to arrest people when they which when the fish is in
and Davie. Every effort is the farm incomes, as point is reached; that is when the leading individuals with slightly are participating in wholesome recreation -I I the water, seems to float out over

I '! k being made to see that a crop of well as keeping the family outgoto the syrup flakes or sheets from a over 82 points each. The gen- Delray Beach-Members of the ," Chief Teaney said, "but its snout like a wiggling worm.

:\i oranges will be in full sway on the a minimum. spoon as it cools. Pour immediately eral health of the birds was reported congregation of the First Baptist the street is no place to parade In

; 1. trees by June. More than $191,000 was realizedby into sterilized glasses and seal. as excellent, and mortality Church here will find the collection trunks and in bathing suits drop Tallahassee After returningto

., }1 The grove is tentatively scheduled the farm women last year who I Take the mashed kumquats re- so far has been less titan 3 per- plates at the door. The custom ':ped to the waist line. If this prac- the state capital from his first
;ti '1 to contain 25 Valencia orange cooperated with the home demon- maining In the bag, add a pint of cent, which Is aoout half what it of passing the plates has been tice continues, arrests will follow." official visit to the State Hospital

I p trees, 4 grapefruit, 2 lemon, 1 satsuma stration agents in canning and water for each original pound, and was for the same period a year stopped by the church board which for the Insane at Chattahoocb.ee,
4 :!' 1 tangerine, 8 kumquat and making home products to sell. boll for 15 minutes. Repeat the ago. took the action to avoid embar- Jacksonville Nine Indictments Gov. Dave Sholtz said that "too

;\t' 7 calamondln trees. Also, it will Three hundred and fifty-nine home above method, except adding half rassing any person unable to con-, 'charging malpractice In office many persons in Florida are let.

,, I I 'j; contain four royal palms and 19 cows! were placed on farms last the amount of sugar, and another FOREST TREE PLANTINGIS tribute. I I against St. Elmo W. (Chick) Acosta ting the State take care of their

., other palms, giving a typical FlorIda year, 629 all-year orchards that extraction of jelly can be made. IN FULL SWING veteran Jacksonville city com- aged parents by having the old
4 setting. Visitors to the Exposition furnished vegetables every monthIn Sour Orange Jelly Tallahassee An experiment to missioner, returned by the Duval folks sent to the State Hospitalfor

e, ra >" will have opportunity toy the year were planted under This jelly Is made from 1 poundof The time 13 getting short for the determine the nutritive value of 'county grand Jury last Friday were the Insane." The remark was

1j aee real oranges growing on real the direction of the agents. In peeled sour oranges, 1 pound of planting of forest tree seedlings the Florida palmetto cabbage, used 'on record in court here. Five prompted by the fact that the governor

Tt ,\! trees from Florida, and will not canning projects .251 farm women' sugar, and 2 pints of water. Remove I this season, says R. R Whittington, In certain parts of the State by,the charged Acosta who is city park found the hospital was

y have to be content with looking at cooperated with the agents and the yellow part of the peel Assistant State Forester. It is not poorer> classes of people as one of and street commissioner, gave crowded badly, with approximately
:r; pictures. Interesting and attractive canned food valued at $247,000. from the oranges, leaving the advisable to plant pine seedlingslater their main articles of diet, is being plants valued at $2 per lot to several 3,700 patients there. Other than

I, dioramas of Florida's attrac More than 5,000 women and 4-H white, since it contains pectin. Add than March 1, and warm conducted by Miss Cecilia Schuck, persons without lawful auth- the crowded condition, Governor

:i i i tions are to be Included In the girls cooperated in home Improve-I 2 pints of water for each pound, weather may make It necessary to assistant professor of foods and ority. Another charged he gavea Sholtz said, he found the Institution

Ksfev ,} Florida exhltlt, also. ment projects. and boll until the fruit thorough. stop planting by February 10 or nutrition at Florida State Collegefor city mule, valued at $50, to John well managed, but added that
There Is little doubt that a real, ly disintegrates-about 20 minutes. Women. Cawthorn.St. additional economies can and will
Much assistance has been givenIn 20. In view of this fact, landowners .
j growing citrus grove-"in the furnishing farmers with outlook Pour into a cheesecloth bag and are urged to send in their orders be effected.
c'' :,\ flesh" as it were-will be an outstanding facts to guide them In plans for press, then re-strain the ;juice in a at an early date in order that Tampa Doyle E. Carlton, Petersburg-The huge United
,l1,} attraction at the Exposition the coming year. More than 3,500 flannel bag without pressing. To the Florida Forest Service may former governor of Florida, has re- States Soldiers Home project, : Tallahassee In line with his
? 'k :Ii'';. and will draw much favorable demonstrations were conducted on this ;juice add 1 pound of sugar have time to ship plants andhelp sumed the practice of law with started 11 months ago at the Sem- promise to take the banking department 1
it! attention to Florida. actual farms showing better farm for each pound of fruit taken, and supervise plantings before the his old firm, Mabry, Reaves and Inole Point site on the western out of politics J. M. Lee, I
: outskirts of this stood comptroller, has announced the appointment ,
practices, and thousands of farmers boll to the jellying point. season cloaes.Approximately. Carlton, after an Interval of four city Sunday
NATIVE PLANTS AND saw these demonstrations on Grapefruit Jelly 200 farmers and years. A new member, Morris E. 'completed awaiting formal and of Melville A. Smith,
final the United Avon Park, a lumber operator
: SHRUBS ADD BEAUTYTO tours or visited them otherwise. Grapefruit jelly is made the other landowners have placed or- White, who joined the firm during acceptance by
States veterans administration prominent throughout the southeast -
HOME PLANTINGS All of these fine lines of work same as sour orange, except that ders for seedlings this season, in the former governor's absence will
r the officials are planning to con- 3.4 pound of sugar is used with quantities of from a few hundredto I remain as a member, it was an- Joseph A. Fahy, representing theveterans' as general liquidator for the
administration is State of Florida to have supervision -
v tinue as far as possible. each pound of fruit. as high as fifty thousand seedlings :nounced. ex-
Gainesville, Fla.-"Florida Is pected to arrive in St. Petersburg over all the defunct banks ;Justas
each. These slash pine longleaf -
possessed of a wealth of native I Tallahassee = Governor Dave for the final inspection of the 15- the bank analyst has super-
k ca t \. that and that SPREAD OF BACILLARY pine seedlings are sold to landowners t
plants are adapted unit institution which will be used vision over the open banks. Mr.
has the resigna-
'f f., vie in beauty with the plants of DIARRHEA CHECKED BY WRUF FARM PROGRAM at $3.00 per from thousand the Raiford plus tions of W. accepted S. McLin, state motor to care for the disabled veterans. Smith, who Is president of the Big
"" express charges
any land. H. Harold Hume, assistant FUMIGATING INCUBATOR Indian Lumber Company, operat
The Florida Forest Ser- vehicle commissioner; C: Strtck- .
The Voice of F1orlda"Gainesville Nursery.
director of research with West Palm Beach Florida's ing In Florida and Georgia, will
land state shell fish commissoiner;
the Florida Experiment Station Gainesville, Fla. The spreadof < vice supervises the starting of each state educational department, in draw a salary of $6,000 per yearIn
and W. S. Murrow state auditor,
and lends tools for
and College of Agriculture, and bacillary white diarrhea can be planting Willis of the eyes of the West Palm Beach the post and will have a staff of
Fla. Radio talks and appointed Bryan,
{' widely known authority on native checked by fumigating the Incu- work without charge. Post, has been "asleep, sound assistants similar to the set-up for
about Important Florida farm further infor- West Palm Beach as Murrow's suc-
ao Yr r' plants, said in a recent radio ad4'r bator, explains Dr E. F. Thomas, Anyone desiring asleep." "Imagine," the Post said bank examiners and at similar sal-
be The three resignations and
problems given by Collegeof mation may write Immediately to cessor.
dress. assistant veterinarian with the aries.
Agriculture workers at noon the. Florida Forest Service, Tallahassee -I Willis' appointment will go Into ef- editorially today, "a child being
We often overlook native Florida Experiment Station. actually flunked for fallinc- to say
our each day next week over state Florida, for bulletin No. 8, fect February 1. -
plants to try those from far The disease Is carried on the ;' that his mother should buy-"
;I away radio station WRUF. They will Planting Forest Trees In Florida. .SAVE JOHN RUSKIN
places, he said. While any plant 'dust particles and dried down In come on the Florida Farm Hour New Smyrna.-Wrapping herselfIn (name of an electrical appliance).
'. that fills the need in the the air and may be inhaled by the I The Post clawed that the educa- 'ClffAR '
garden 'I BANDS
from 12 to 12:45: EST, accordingto Some farm relief may be had for an American flag to show her ;
r(and is adapted"to the soil and cll- .chicks while they are in the Incu- tors had allowed advertising to
the following schedule: I next year;' by using the winter fireside love for the American Legion
$I mate is a good one, he highly rec- bator. Thus one infected chick is creep into textbooks. It charged ,
Sat., Jan. 21-Florida Farm for reading and studying about Auxiliary, of which she Was a
lii'ommended\* the native specimens ins I capable of spreading the diseaseto News and Hints. Farm Editorial I better farming. member, Mrs. Louise A. Lourcey, that mathematics texts containeda Ask your dealer

s the interest of better gardening. practically every one In the Snapshots. 69, walked into the yard at her picture of the trademark of a LwI' for new Premium

F. ;j ;The* natives are so thoroughly sultd hatch. Mon., Jan. 23-Planning the 4-H BOYS TO HAVE home, 116 Faukner street last week certain electrical company.
? ; ;* to their surroundings and they Along with the fumigation he Year's Citrus Work-E. F. De- CALF CLUB Tins YEAR calmly laid down on the ground, Catalog. IoreHavana

['"blend into the landscape without suggested cleanliness and a maxi- Busk. Dusting to Control Citrus placed a revolver to her breast Tallahassee A delegation of tobacco
l; I! mum of moisture. A wet bulb Is .being offered barbers, who said they represented
A project
Aphlds?. R. Watson. new and sent a bullet through her
1 \li\de-> reading of 85 to 90 degrees F. Is Tues., Jan. 24-The Farm Price I the 4-H Club boys in Union and heart. She died instantly.: the majority of the trade in Flor- is now

1 ( Part of the reason that more native desirable at the time of fumigation.The Situation-Dr. Marvin A. Brooker. Bradford counties this yearthecalf Iday, Monday petitioned Governor used in JOHN
\ plants are not now In Florida incubator should be cleaned Farm Question Box. club. Heretofore only corn, Jacksonville The Motor Tran- Sholtc to remove the three mem-

J 'gardens Is due to the difficulties and fumigated between each hatch, Wed., Jan. 20 Bulbs for the crotalaria pig, and poultry pro- sit Company, of this city, which recently bers of State Board of Barber Ex RUSKINmaking
; r Kin transplanting them. Mr. Hume and about three times at eight- Florida Garden-H. Harold Hume. jects were offered, but this year it purchased the properties of aminers. The petitions chargedthe x ,r it the greatest
t iji!believes the chief causes for losses hour intervals during the time the Isects of Asparagus Ferns-Dr. J. has been decided that the time is the Jacksonville Traction Company State barber examiners with '
i Are, poor root systems, lack of pro- hatch is coming off. W. Wilson. ripe for the calf club work to be has announced placing an order non-enforcement of the law; ex- cigar value at 5c

tectlon from sun and wind while, All dry chicks should be removed Thurs., Jan. 26 Preventing started. for 24 modern buses as a step to- cessive expenditures for travel, of- '& Smoke. the size

);,'li\,the plant Is out of the ground, and before the second and third Worms In Peaches and Plums-J. This project has been discussed ward replacing trolley cars here. fice operations and legal fees; per- '
r: transplanting at the wrong season. fumigations during the hatch, but R. Watson. Farm Flashes for Gen- with the boys In the regular club The buses will be placed/ opera- mitting non-resident barbers to operate you prefer -

;,: He advocated early planting, November the gas does not seem to Injure wet eral Farmers. meetings throughout both counties, tion In about sixty days. The ve- shops and work without per- t Perfecto Extra or

"j through January, and suggeated chicks nor eggs. Fymigatton Is Fri., Jan. 27 Importance of Green and the boys are found to be very hicles will cost about $180,000. it mits; failure to issue renewal cer- Panetela.
.% that the tops be pruned se- not recommended between the first Feed for Chickens-N. R. Mehr- enthusiastic about it. It is expected was said. tificates after receiving money for
,'/verely. Likely the best place to secure and fourth days of incubation as it hof. The Parent's Place In 4-H that at least 60 fine calves will them; illegal issuance of licenses, S i'
f::' good native plants Is from seems to lower the hatch then. Club Work-R. W. Blaclock. be placed with the boys in these Tallahassee Governor Sholtz and failed to make proper Inspec- ".

i the nurseries of the State. He recommended formaldehydegas said Saturday he will have an audit tions. NOW
Among the valuable native trees for the fumigant. It is made made of the State Comptroller'soffice -

are the llveoaks, water oaks, magI by adding 40 percent commercial And the Worst is Yet to Comet after receiving a request Sanford-George W. McRory, ,

e ti i I nolla, holly, cherry laurel, red ced- formalin to potaslum perman- from Comptroller Lee that the department honorary secretary of the State MORE HAVANA ,
?y ar, red cherry, sycamore, sweet. ganate. For each 100 cubic feet be audited "from top to Democratic Executive Committee

gum, loblolly bay, pine, and others. of Incubator space use 39 cubic .. bottom." Lee said he made the re- I Monday said 125 reservations had
/Then, there are those that flower centimeters of formalin and quest after recent discovery thatJ. I been made for the Florida Democratic ./SAtru'Lart 1149etighl

,... ''f'ln{' early spring, the dogwood, red. 17.5 grams of permanganate. Place ] H. Therrell, former liquidatorfor I special train to the Inauguration -

( !t, bud, wild crabapple, silver bell, the permanganate In a vessel and four closed banks in Miami, of President-Elect Franklin MILD/ ;
t ci ,; and wild plum. Farther south set It in about the middle of the had been overpaid more than $22- D. Roosevelt. McRory said the

j there are many tropical species. Incubator. This vessel should be 000 In commissions for 1932. list included Gov. Dave Sholtz,
,. Among the shrubs are many ev- about five times as large as the former Governors Doyle Carlton JohnRitskiftf

|ergreens, deciduous ones, tall grow. mixture so that It will not boll West Palm Beach-Edward Fort and Cary A. Hardee as well as
{ Ing kinds, and small ones. There Is over. Add the formalin and close winter resident here, last Fridaywas most of the members of Governor

'!;! Illicium Florldanum, the sparkle. the Incubator doors. With still air op, his way to Philadelphia for Sholta'h staff, which will appear In

: berry, native azaleas, mountain incubators leave them closed for -.. an emergency operation to remove the inaugural parade. He added
:'. laurel, wax myrtle, the saltbush, about an hour. Others may be I ,, from his throat a dental plate that Senators Fletcher and Trammel
", Cherokee bean, and Florida mud, opened In 20 to 30 minutes. \-:1: : which he had swallowed. He left have promised to reserve CIGARS SATISFY
\ 1r
berry. In the southern part of the I This fumigation only destroys 1\- by train and was expected to arrive places for the Florida delegationto
",. state others like redbush, lantana, the: Infection with which It comes there Saturday. The operationwill view the first Democratic inaug- IOc SMOKERSi
lignum vitae, stopper, and wild I In contact, and does not substitute :=t be performed Immediately. His

p coffee ,are noteworthy. For the t For testing the breeding stock for "/ condition was said to be serious.

i ''rrn I', seaside the seagrape should not be I baccllary white diarrhea. 'GIs QIANCE7vrOtAAiz Fort Is an Ocean City, N. J., resi1 Wake Up Your Liver Bile
V Mt overlooked.Of ,dent. I II
the native annuals and perennials DAIRY MEETINGS TO
a there are far too many to BE HELD IN STATE eM.. I Stuart-The lowly toadfish and
? ,. mention. Such ones as the Irises, the sting ray or "stlngaree" are -Without Calomel
a d sunflowers, phlox, sneezeweed, Gainesville, Fla. A series of ,jr1 I edging Into Florida's imposing list

4 blazing star, hibiscus, lupines, astern dairy breeding schools, stressing I of edible fishes, according to Robert this
K 1!+ w t t o salvia, goldenrod, and othersare the Importance of better dairy I ICfi4"Ye5 Pruden, Daytona Beach fish And YouTI Jump Out of Bed UU!. Ml flovtac tn ty. row loot
equal to stock &>..'t dIpd. It JOB*4myi b UM bow...
many cultivated forms Is being held over the state and shrimp dealer "Under the
I in the Morning Rarin'to GoD
from other parts of the world. this week. They are being plannedby name of sea chicken Pruden said CM Web ay :rw ituMift. Tea Las a
These furnish color during the the county agents In the lead- "the once despised toadfish thick Ud.....*4 y.w...... ht foul ddBkmrts
much needed or yon feel our and sunk and the dtee set to bbd bra, Yow and
time from Ing commercial
September dairy sections and "
: to December. Hamlin L. Brown r "puffer, familiar to all salt wa- world looks punk don't swallow a lot ..br sad FM f.l tan ud oa*.Toot vkoU
caiij I dairy specialistwith ter anglers, has already won a .f salts, mineral water, oil. laxative is .L
qtrn pcisoe
t Among the native bulbous plants the Florida
lf Agricultural Extension -
high for itself in
place competition candy or : expect 1.eaa.\-e..a.sca7ER..J.ITI'Ia' .
are Crluum
amercanum, Service.In .
} zephyran- with mackerel them to make yoasuddenly
bluefish and sweet
[q thee, the Catesby lily, spider lilies of LIVER PIIIa.p.e u.-We..s.,1oDe8awbIc
charge the discussion at I
and buoyant and full of sunshine.
19t r aletrla, and the wild canna. For these schools is J. B. Parker trWy ada..rao. ,...".p u4 up."
l l'L ground covers there are such na- ior extension dairyman sen- I two counties under direction of For they can't do It. They only i Thar oataiB wnuUrful. |i nn_, ...5s
with the
Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent. the bowels and .. .
lives as Crotalaria dlch- move a mere movement ---.IaC wbee H soar t5
V to ; pumlla, S. Department of
v, : Agriculture at
1 ondra, plperomla, sea Arrangements for getting the doesn't c at the cause. The I aides.WI.flow birfr.
couV( I y glory, morning Washington. Mr. Parker is In calves from the best dairies In Du- reason for your down-and-out feelingIs I Bat........la*Bwpffl*Ak for CwWh
J creeping beggarweed, and charge of the Department's
8011 i others The St. dairy val county have been made by Mr. your liver. It should pour out two 14W.UnrPm.I..kIwtb..s.CsrS 'S
| Augustine lawn work in
I the South and Is well and the pounds of liquid bile into bowels ....
L grass is also a native Florida known [ ,lt14e Dyer, calves are already your UttIe Un Pate < th rd UM. s
plant. to
many Florida dairymen. being secured for the boys. daily. ..WI.; ... ............ OtptGw.coE


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LAWTEY CHURCH- DIRECTORY 1)eserlptls.. See. T. B. A. Owner .lest<< Deerrlptloe ..... T. R. A. OwnerUnknown .. == t

Stark In NEU of 8W.1SBe B 21 -I.: F. Mouser ____. 7.H arid W% of NEUT of I
First Baptist Church *. 80 ft S of NB Cor. of '---'----_-28 8 22 17.18
III Ie. It a. extended" on LoY't.. of Blk i St Peek' on
Hev. L. F. Chaptn pastor. Eney. Map. and run 8 Itft. Addition to Stark In
Preaching services first and W 10 ft. N 91 ft. H
80 ft. to be*. Original. &VVfNW.N2S B 22 T. 8. William LIB |
third 11 and 7:30 \ d:18 --
a. m. -
Sundays, P- Town of Stark In NEU Lot of Blk. 84 Peek'*

m. of SWU ____________11 I 11 A. W. Anderson _--__ tt.tl dltlon to Starke In NWU
word is lamp unto feet and light auto path.-Psaln 119105.: Lot 1 S S 7 of Blk. S3 of N of tth
Thy a my a nr Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- 8EUof NWU St.5 82 T. S. William -_____ '.OS .
SWU J. M. John Addition Lot 1 S 8 4 B B of Blk. 88 .
wood supt. -:--:_----__----St 0 IS John R. McKinley ____ 51.0 Pk' Addition to StarkeIn
6'J1 r Uorb i ii(3leiu creed wlltfou have daim Service 7:30 m. Wed- Lots s 1 of Blk. IS SEU NWU of NWU N of
i: If they are to any Prayer p. of 8WU J. M. John Addition tth St. -----_-__._!s 6 II H. A.
s Vpon the lore,loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with nesday.B. : = IS 5 21 -.A. *W. Anderson .____ 21.01 Lot t IS la 14 A: KU, of Bishop --------, 11.11 :,

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday 1%of A 8EU E ef of Ny"in SWU OW boundedN Cor. Addition lot 10 of Blk.to stark 84 Peek In ,1 t

of the human heart, and of whom it was said la John 7:46,"NEVER MAN by John Add-W by. Ry NWU of NWU N ot tth i

i&PAKE LIKE THIS MAN." 8 by section line, also St -------------------tl 0 II 11'. A. Scott 1,96 'I'if'
Grace M. E. Church lot > A 10 of Blk. 41 J. Lois 1 1 a 11 of Blk B ------""- .\

Factor of Bradford and Union eountle Are Invited to use this de- Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. M. :John Addition --is S 22S J. O. BoydUnknown. _________ U."I Rising Addition to Sta.rke .
orr&nUatlona and nnoaswemeats. Lot 1 t I 4 of Blk. t L. T. NWU of NW% South
yartment for new of church activities Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays Co*. Addition _____si 22B =- __ ____ 12.71 I of tth St. -_____ h_____28 B 11I Mr. Calla Carter __ .."I 'r
and no charge mode the only reqnlraraeutI ( '. ----
Space freely given Lots4667BI10111/18 Lotsin 13of Blk. II Rl*
at and 7:30
a. : m.
I twine that each Items reach this Noce before Wednesday moraine m. p. 14 of Blk. 10 IK T. A Co'*, log Addition to Stark In

(tsterwlsa they cannot be handled for current Issuo. Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: Addition ?:-._-__is 6 II Lee Morgan _____,_ 21.01 NWU of NWU South of'' ,.
m. Lot 4 11 of Blk. It U T. tth St. --,_______SB 11 Mr. R. A. Bishop I.II ;
p. Co'* Add. -_-__--_.SS: !3'J.. O. Boyd. ?.________ 11.71 Lot 1 2 of Bit C. RUIna- --- 1
I| ewers this question Why did Christ Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. Lot 6 of Blk. 11 I_ T. ACo' Addition to Stark. In \

I announce the forgiveness of the Mary Moore, supt *. Addition :_..18 8 22 L. *D. Green ._______ 1.71 NWU of NWU South of
SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON II I, Lot 1 1 I 4 11 11 13 14 of Lo"tIHti -- --- -----_-28 12I 3. C Poppell ..___ '.11 !
man's sins rather than the healingof League, 6:30 p. m. Sunday. Blk. IS L, T. A Co'* Addition B 8 i-Blk. S A a j

I_ his palsy? Because the Savior _____ : _:20 B 22 Unknown .._____ '..OS land 8 of Blk. 1 to land
--1 Lot 0 8 40 ft. of Lot 1 line J. O. Alvare Addition .
knows that sin is the fundamental Fraternal Blk. 14 J. to Starke. 8 of Mad- T
disease. All sickness all troubleof O. Turner ; ddll! A loon A: W of Walnut 8te..2S 12 Mr*. B. p. BamrlckMU .......
FOR JANUARY 22, 1955 back Lawtey Lodge No. 189.11'. A. Co'. Addition --____IS II II Mrs. Pearl Snyder .____ It,lIS Lot B of Blk. 1 Wynn'e Addition
any kind, is to be traced :M.. meets at city hall building 1st Lot* 113 A S I ft. of Lot to stark In NWU
to sin. If sin is cured all Is cured. 4ofBlk.141.T.&Co'sAddition of 8W _______ -.28 8 21 Olllo Marr ----.. II.01 ;
Subject: Jesus Forgiving Sins. be ,and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. --:_-_-.--IS I II Floyd. Orson ......_ 11.0111.o On. lot bounded N by O.: J.flrlffln I
Golden Text: "The Son of man Diseases furthermore, may I T. T. Blackburn W. M. I of Blk. 14 L. T. r H by Sharpe land.
healed by other physicians but Co'*. Addition :---2I 5 U' Annie Ma Btnnttt ___, 11.71 W 1
path earth to O. J. Phillips .b-----------------2
forgive Secy.
power on Christ I of Blk. 14 I. T. Co's. n,' $ 1 II Ur. Eva Killian ___ 11.35
". us." Mark 2:10.: Christ alone can cure sin, I 1.o1dl ----------5 I II Joe Griffin I ______. 4.71 Beg at 8 W cVi\ oif land
Text Mark 2112.: alone Is the physician of the soul.BAPTIST I Lot 1 S S of Blkv 17 L. T. old to Mr. T. T. Lone
Lesson : > by S. :J. Temple A a
II Mr. Anfellne Wheeler6.76 run ?l
6 Addition 6
A Co'* 11 -
that -
Central Truth: The fact OVER WODkr_ L. T. 14 deg. W 89 ft. for a pt.
Lot 4 5 of Blk. IS.
Jesus r forgave sin shows that He Is A Co'*. Addition _--_-:IS 0 II J. O. Boyd _________, 1B.1I of B 41 beg ft.thence thence. El 8 14 14 deg d.areas .- ..,
school at 10 a. m. A. J. LotllofBlk 1BL.T. A
divine. Sunday : Newiom ___._ '.'1'1I W 250 ft. thence
Co'*. Addition. __.__-u 0 II Ray W 14 degree. S 12 ft.
The. Place of the Lesson was Carnaum Thomas supt.WClrshlp Lot 1 S 3 of lilt.-/ T.A .
William ..._____ 1s.76 thence N 14 degrees/ 1U 160
on the northwest shore at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Co'. Addition. ..__--28 d II ft. hence E: 14 dectree 8

"o CIl Lake Galilee. m. Are you doing your part to Lora A 4 6's:: .1A'df..I lilt' _It..L..IS 8 III L. T. A Co. __________, 1.71 41 ft. to be- In Stark.28 8 21 C. B. Hayes ___________ t....

"And when he entered again Into maintain Sabbath worship In this Lot 60l".1A".fdf!" ;: n.I L._:T.A ..18 d U F. C. Semitic ........? 11.71 Beg of SWV4&runH414ft.at NW Cor. of 8WU

Capernaum" Christ had been city? Invite your friends to at- Lot 57 of HIk.$7I.T. A S 41S ft. W 484 ft. N 418

making his first circuit of Gall- tend church with you. "I was Co',. Addition :_-.__18 8 II 8. J. Coleman ........__ 1071 ft. to beir __ __ ________28 I 11 W. IS. Monden _____ 11.118le
10 11 11 11 14 of Blk. acres In NWM of SWU ,
;Jee, teaching In all the synagogues glad when they said unto me. "Letus LoU I* T. A Co'*. Addition.28Lot 6 II J. W Andrew ......__ 8.71 B of Madison I l Ht., known
I Into the house of the Lord." 8 ft 10 It of Blk. IS L. ... a* J. <*. Alvare rcMdonre :il j
working *
tot that populous province, go :
Co' Addition ______28 8 .1 Ray Newom ______ I.... Blk. ex. 1 lot In
miracles of healing to call attention B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. The SO L. T NW Cor. old to J. Ia.Peek .
of Blk.
Lot S << A.28 8 II Cha C. Armstrong ..__ 1.71 28 8 21 J. TV. Andrew. Jr. tl.tS j
to his message and preaching Young People are doing splendidIn R Co'*. Addition .,.. __. Corn at 8E1 Cor.-of-liny-A
11 IS 14 of Blk.
the good news that God had sent attending these services. w Lot 1 S T. A Co'*. Addi Madison I St*. A: run S 1S4 "

:j als Son to lead men to Himself,, Wednesday evening at 7:30 our ::110nL.. _- ___ ..__18 8 II Unknown ..__..__ 11.01 ft. R 80 ft. N 133 ft. toMaOlunn !

Baling their sins (Matt. 4:23)). 'Bible study of'the Gospel of John. S% of Blk.' B L. T. A Co'*. said. Ht. 64 St.ft.thence to be W*. on In '
Addition -_-:_-_-__-28WH 0 II Unknown ________ 1.1'11! .
Now be returned to the city where Come. Last Wednesday eveningwe of Blk. L. T..o's. NW Cur of J. a. Alvare

be had made His home after being had the pleasure of having Lot Bub S Division of Blk. 11:L.. _T.- A:18 8 II ROB' Cox .._--___ 8.71 Lots residence B 8 7 Blk.bounded_ -N--.by-_IS 8 II J. It. A Eva Lord ___ 1'1.11 .y

driven. from Nazareth. Principal Gray with us, and we all Co'*. Sub Division -___ IS 8 II James Byrd .____ B.7I Pall. St. and 10 by Court I
L. T. A St.' In Add.18 B 12 J. W. Andrew. Jr., ___I..... n
the house of his address. Lot S Cook.et.
; It was probably I Co'.. OJuIlyUIO :__ 11 8 II Kill Short ....____ B.7I One lot )'' Add. 1
'eter, where Jesus made His home Lot I&IofPIk.' 14 L. T. bounded 13 by W.St.! Midrtleton -

hen at Capernaum. I PRESBYTERIAN UP TO :your ears In wer*>. A Co* Sub Division __:IS 8 II L. T. .A Co. __________ 1.71 N by J. W. Andrews -
W Mitchell
every nerve at high tension. Lot 1 S of Blk 15 ft: D! *S Jr. by ____ II J. W. Andrew _______ ".15 "
1 "And straightway many were i Services Sunday January 22. as ft. of lots S 4 of Blk. 15 .A S by Madison St. 36 '
athered insomuch that follows No wonder you snap at the wife A Lot II&n5ft.) of Com. at SW ('or. of Call A
together : '
I and bark at the children.. lot 1 4 of Ulle.' 11 U T. Broadway St*. A: run W
there was no room to receive them,, 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. 8. Watch outs Overwork! b Cos. Sub DI.I.lon18 6 II Annie Mack Coleman __ J9n on Call St. 04 ft. S 10B

0, not so much as about the door; I Williams acting supt. rues may: lead to Sleepha.SMSS. .- 011e. U I.. T. b Co'.. SubDivision ft.baa m.94. ft.. -N_-10B--__ft.___-to-28 6 IIMn.. Annie Hemingway ? ..... 1;

nd he preached the word unto 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon Nervous Headache, Nerve 83 24 L- of;&-Co's.---:-BubDlvslon --- 6 II L. T. b Co. --------- 1,76Bik. Coo 16HV4 ft. B of SHI Cor. 1

.em." by the pastor. Theme "Life'sDenials ea. Indigestion and a host .,! -----------38 0 II Unknown _________ 1,76 Cull A Orange Itltt fett ft.*. A N
which he other tonpleasant disturbanew Lot I of BIle 11 L. T. & Co'. run
"The word was speakg and their
Call lit
Meaning. 10B ft. to 1
Sub Division ---------28 6 II Fannie Lloyd ______ 10.76Lute
Avnft 11,51
f' was the doctrine of Salvation. 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Why yon try Dr. ItOmeBrerTexcmt 1 I nr E'4 of mk. 3IL. W on Raid St. to be*. _.S| 6 11 J. J. A EITId John -----

When they heard him preach and'pw Leader Ina Forsyth. "Dan Nerrtoe Tablets. T..& Co'.. Sub Dlyl..lonlS 8 II LI11I. Sanders ______ 11.1'1I One. lot bounded 13 Toy Bay i
Topic, Just one In a half glass ef Lot 8 of B1k. II I. T. Bt. N: by I .Iw'fM A. UAlvare "
the miracles he performed, gers of Living Just for Things." water makes a pleasant spark Co'... Sub Division _____11 5 II Walter Cummings ___ 1.1'1I W by : Edwards \
Bile. II I.. T. .. A H by Call St. In .
Him Lot 4
bringing 7:30
.They: come : p. m. Evening worship One drink delightfully soothing Co'.. Sub Division U 8 II -Charle Thomas _______ 10.76 NWU of SWU',, _____ 11 5 11 Mr. 8. M. WellsA6 ,
one sick of the palsy which was song and sermon. Sermon topic to overtaxed nerves. Lot 1 I or EI4 of flik. ea S 80 ft. of lots 8 4 of Blk.
borne of four. The palsy was "How Seest Thou?" Dr. Miles' N-rrtM Is raowsnade I.. T. & Cos Sub Dlva.- 1 In :J. D. Jones Add _-SJ S 11S J. BJ. Corpenlnc -- ----- 10.78 ,j
Ion _________ .__11 6 II Sam TI.on ____-____ 11.011 2-8 Intereit. In lots 1 4 of 5Turner
(la forms and
doubtless U form of paralysis, Prayer meeUng Wednesday at two -Liquid 8 10 ft of rot C of Blk. 83L Elk 2 I In J. D. Jone Addition '
.which usually renders the body 7:30 p. m.There's. Effervescent Tablet. Both.**. T. Co's. Sub Dlvl.- ; --_---_------28 II Mott .A d-rrl 11.01
the earn soothing effect Ion 1I1 8 II Ida Simmons _______ 1.05 Lot. 1 8 of Blk. 2 In J. D. j\\
helpless. "Ajid when they could not i always a cordial welcome $1.00 at drag store Lot 1 I 0. Tof ilk.14 Jones Add. ..__ ____. .18 8 11 H. C. hitch __.__.___- 10.71Mary nOne
come hlgja unto him for the press, to visitors at this church.: :you I.. T. & Co'.. Sub Dlvle- lot of land 114 ft. N
I I Ion -------------- 0 II Sam TI.on _____ ...011WI A H by 110 ft W A: Wbounded ."
they uncovered the roof where He ,(, of nlk. 1111 L. T. .. Co'.. E by Randeraon.
.;'and when they had broke it !,TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH Sub Division --------88 1 88 R. H. EUer"n _____ 111.1'5 lAne A S by Hoyt Ht.-. II S ItS Jan Orson ______ 11.18 |
nlk. 18 I. T. .. CI>'.. One lot of land
up. they let down the bed where- Services will be held Saturday 'Juiif Sub Division ,,-,_-______ 8 II Susie Chandler _____ I.TII A S by 110 t.I:1:
I Ja the sick of the palsy lay." Whim before the third Sunday of each : BIke...., .. 18 L. Z.& Co'.. bounded N by Pratt Bt! AB ....S *:'

::Jesus: saw their faith, he said untothe month. l> Xa! Elk Hub, 89 Division'I. T. & Co's--------28. uDlvlelon ) 0 II-A. O. Jenkins ----_ 10.1'5 On. by lot Bunder.on of land Lan nom. _at-18 11- .. w. Ilarrell ?-- .,

sick of the palsy, Son, thy D. L. Phillips Pastor. '" '-' __--------t.8 6 II L. a. Powell ______ 10.1'1 NH Cor. of Broadway AIloyt
.lns be thee; W'. 01 flit. 40 J.. T. Co'.. 1'1t. A. run N on 'I
forgiven NOTlcm Sub Division _____11 a II L. T. b Co. _____ I.'IS Broadway Ht, 1011 ft. E 4
The friends of the sick man NoU_ 4. ber.b given' that the following land will be old Lots 1 4 or 131k. t1 I.. T. .. 167''/ ft. 8 105 ft to Iloyt I
i rought him to Jesus hoping that at public 1J IIJ'n: the FIRST MONDAY IN PKURUAKT. 1931, it being Co'. Sub Division ____IS 0 II Ja. m. Franklin ___?_ I.TS St. W U7 4 ft to beg --II t 12 J. F. Colley .___ 1....
the 5th day cis th, before Barka Bile. 41 I.. lot Broadway ,
> the courthouse door at In Bradford Lote 1 I of T. One fronting on
e might be healed of his bodily County State of Florida or mo much thereof a* will be no*..ary to Co'.. Sub Division _____II 0 II John Williams ?___ ..'ISBn. St. bounded N by oldCounty '.j
"ffllction. Jesus saw that the pay the amount due for taxes, set oppo-lte the cams, together with the .. U I.. T. & Co'.. Sub lull H by land otM.
cost of sacs eats and advertUlngc. CARL JOHNS, Tax: Collector Division ___________111 0 II -.A. O. Jenkins ________ I.'I'S L John .A known a* ,
.}nan needed spiritual healing more Lot. 1 4 of Blk. U and LotsI8ofBIk.48LT.&Co's Kaohelhofer. place -. II 1 It Unknown -------- .....
;than physical and at once forgave &TC..es Lot llS4B87Stl011 ft
'tits'| slna. 'But there certain Deesrlptloa See. T. It. A. OwmevSWU Sub Division ___II 5 II Sarah Scott _______ 11.011 11 of Blk., 1 DnwllnaSub I j
were Com. 100 ft. W of NB Cor. Lot 1 & ew of Lotf ofBile. Division to Stark In
"of the scribes sitting there, andrea of WH et NWU{ of 8BU 47, I.. T. .. Co'.. SubDivision NWU of BWU A BWU\ of
: onlDgln their'hearts. Why doth of NBUA run S 145 ft. ________ul. 4 II Fannie MoCan __ _____ 1.05 11 8 II L. V. Dowlln _. ________ ".n .j.jLnt.1V.114657853011
W m ft. N S4S ft. B 100 NI 01 lot I of Blk. f8 L. T. R

.this man thus speak blasphemies? ft ta bea- ____..____28 6 21 IDml Short ____ '.'5 Co'.. Sub Division _--- 1s t II J. R. Williams :_______ 1.1'5 12 of flit S Dowlln Bub \
sins but God All NWU .*f SEy.! South of Lot I 01 Bile. 48 I.. T&Co's. Division tn Rtarke' In
Who can forgive Call St. _18 1 11 B. D. Card _____ 50.75 Sun DI.I.lon11 1 .1 Joe Grant ______ ..15 NWV! uf HWl4 8W* of ;
;pnly?- One acre In NW Cor. ofSW14 Lots a 8 of 81k. I Davis NW---------11 i 2i L. V. Dowlln ._______ 11.11
Most of the scribes and Phariseesid vf AlE V. 28 S 21 O. L. Haynes ___ 40.75 Truby' Addition to Lot t-.
Half .. not believe In Jesus as the Son by Pin St. W by N. 01 NW% W "f R'' ----55 1 U J. :w. Trub _________ ".15 A Carmen'. Addition to
f God nor that"he had supernatal Sternber .A N by Mr. Lots 12546575&fraci.Lot Htark In RWI of 8EV-25 S II J. W. Andrew ____ LIB
R. 8. ITernandes __._.._11 B II R. 8. Fernan.e. '.15 on W side of Elk. D Lot 16 111 B of Blk. 1 City ,
power to forgive sin, and for Com. at lIE Cor. of SWU .::0:. S I It. of Into 7 5 N. Park Sub Division ;
at reason .they said he hlasphem- of SWU A run W 795 ft.N316ft.NE505ft.B. I. Jones Addition to Weatherly A Carmen* .:
St.rke In SE'4 of NW% Addition tn Stark In .
that is, claimed to exercisewer 11)8 ft. thence! B 174 ft. W Walnut nt. II Br.dford Count. Bank 41." SWU of SBU'! ____-_____ 18 I 12I Unknown ---- 7,11 ;j
WhIch belonged only to God.e B .41. ft. to be*. also eer. Lots :f. 11 11 ... N i tt:1I Lot S of Blk. 3 City Park
lain land. H of Mr*. 01 lots I 11 of Olk. C Rub Division WeatherlyA .
scribes would have been right Sparkman A: W of Ry. In N. :I. :Jones Addition to Carmen' Addition to
Jeans had not been God's Son. SEV4 .f 'BWU _..________11 B 22 14) III'&. B. F. Johns. I2.SB St.rke In HE\o\ of NW'4 Htark In HW'/i of BUU II 12 m. W. Miller _______ I." 'j'
Lot 1 Orlor- Walnut St. Lot. S I of Blk S City Park
.J"'nOlofB W of 11 1 II Unknown ____ n.811
"And Immediately, when Jesus Inal Stark In Lots 113 4 1 5 of 5ik. DN. Sub Division' Weatherly /.
+ ircelved in His spirit that they so NEI4 of ,, --_____18 B 22 II. A. Dw ___ 2S.OB J. Jones Addition toStarke .. A: Carmen' Addition to .
Lot S S 4 B of Blk. 4 Orl.- In SE''" ur NWI4 Starke In Sly of SHU of II 8 22 Mr*. E. K. Ferryman .... .'
med within themselves, he In..1 Town of Stake In W or Walnut 9G ___ Lot 1 of Blk. 4 rity Park .

,,said unto them, why reason ye NEIL 01 'IIW'4 ____-_-_-11 B II T. A. Drlnoa. ___ 11.05 n,.. _____._ -SI 4 II 3. M. Alvares _______ n.n Sub Division WeatherlyA ;
N14 o? Blk. Ely OriginalTown Lot I & N II ft. ot lots 4 Carmen' Addition to
.' bese things In your heart? Wbethis 01 Starks In NEII 5 II of Blk E N. J. Jones Stark In 8WU of SHU-." I 11B Joe SI.trunk __ _____ U.

is it easier to say the sick of of SW\i .__-_--___ 8 11 H. A. Bishop +.. ?__, 18.05 Addition to Starke In Lot 1114 of Dlk. A \
sins be Lot 1 S of Blk. IB Orlirlnal 8E'4/ 01 NW'4 W 01 Walnut fltnmp' Addition to ,)
e i palsy Thy forgivenee Town of Stark In NHU St. $ 4 II -.1. M. Mvaroi ____ 1'1'.15 Starts In BU of SE'4 of

; or to say Arise and take of SWU __ ___n B 22 -' F. F. Stump 11.05 Lot 6 of El--------------5:' ihway MtQU: ._ __ ..___. ______2t 11I JI'. JI' Stump _-______ 1.81 1
Com. 10 ft. S of NO Cor. Starke J8 5 II Bradford County BILnk '0.1'5
p thy bed, and walk?" Addition Lots It 1 4 S B 7, II of Blk. '
of Blk. 17 A run W 80 ft. Lot I 01 131k. 1 T.mple' B Stump' Addition to
Jesus performed His miracles B IB ft. B 60 ft. N 15 ft. Addition to 8tark. In Htark In SWU of BBU: __ .
for the of to bA. Original Town of and Wl4of 2J II F. F. Stump _______ 1,11Lot12fi507eor01k. .:
lostly purpose provingthe Btarke In NBU\ 'Ot 8WU-18 8 22 H. A. OJebop 11.15 EEV. ': :f'4R __ 1I 1 II Bradford Count Dank .1.15 ;
people that he had super- Com. at NW Cor. of Call A WI4 or lot I 01 01* 1 T.mpl. C Stump' Addition to
tural and was the Walnut Bti. A: run W on .'. Addition to St.rke Htark In SVi of SEU of .,
power repre- Call St. 14 ft. S in. to a In NM: nl NW'A and Wl4of NEU _______- _.__ I* 1 II F. F. Stump _..-.--...- I.8S
ntative of God who Is the source pt. of ber. thence N 105 NE W of By. ___-_11 1 BS JI' O. Hemingway Lot* 12 8 4 B 7 t 10 ItIS i i8tump'
t such power. He said to the ft. W II ft. S105ft.53) Lot a 0 DIIe. I Temple's P. & AfoWIUan. n.n IS 14 : IB of Blk. D
II ft. to bea- Original Addition to 8tark. In NF4 Add to Htark :
rtbes. "But that ye may know town of Stark In NEU 01 NWI4 and W34 of NE% In HVi of* SEV4 of NEK-_- 21 B II F. F. Stump -.__.__. B.2S
at the Son of man hath power of 8W14 -._.ISB I 12 '-.. D. B. Knight 11.40 W of Hy. __ ____-_--11 1 II )lr.. Celia Cater ___ 11.15 Block 14 In tlaskins'aB I
48H ft. of Lot. 1 S of Lot 1184557- 01 131k. Additions .. : B 12 L. A. Davis, Jr. __ 11.71
earth to forgive sins, (he saith Blk. IS ex. 10 ft. by fitly 4 Temple's Addition to *,(, acre In NW Cor., of
the sick of the palsy), I say ft. on South side old to to 8tark. In NEI4 of NEWt' of BR'4: being SR4

to thee arise and take up thy F. C. Town Holling.worlhOriginal of !Stake! NWI W 01 and 117. W'A_ 01 NE\o\/ 18 6 II If. A. Shaver Co. ______ n.lII W ft. _N _.&SbyasOftlS&29_ ______ .'--- I It IADavisJr. __.111.18B
d. and go thy way into thine In NKU of SWU ___18 B 12 J. W. Andrew. ___U.... Lot. II 7 01 lilt 7 Temple's BWU of BE(4:( of NBU: S of-
home." One Lot Com. 48 Vi ft W of Addition 10 Starke In 'I ditch .. _-_19 11 L. A. Davis, :Jr. __ 8.78
NE Cor. of Blk. 18 A run NEt4 ofNWl4andWlyofNEVa \ S-4 ho :
The healing of the man's body W on Call St. 87 ft. S In.S101ft.E87ft.Sin.N. W 01 Ity. ____ .11 6 II m. w. Hayes. ______ '..111AU 1 Myrtle lit. 8 by Madii nSt.

uld be seen and considered bye Bit. 8 ex. strip of land W by land of I.. A. e.
105 ft. to b.*. Original l 10 It. a In. off N side of Davis, Jr., A N by half ,
assembled people and would be Town. of Btark In NE'4 lot 4 .. eo: :. all lots .t 17 sea. line _____. ____2t B J3 L. A. Davis, Jr. __ 1,15
roof that Jesus had power to both of 5ex.lot$3ft.NSaby 8WU -.28. B a8 J. M Alvar ___ '10..' Starke.'. Addition to Com. at HW Cor. of Madl j
Lot : : In NE1,4 of NWVI t.. A run
A Myrtle
,heal the man's body and to forgive 50 ft in A W In NE ec.... and W3 of NEI4 W of.RI. R son 210 ft. W 210 ft. N 210 I,

Isle slna. of earn A Lot 7 ex.: : I. -___. -_-_I. 1 12' 8. R. Johns _________ 1.111 ft. to Madison St. thence !
ft. A. part of lot.. B S of L t. 1-- .. E said flt. 210 ft. to
.Our lesson tells of the effect of Blk. IS Original Town of Blk. 11 Ts ple s Addition be In nankin' Add.__2t S II D. C. A C. 8. Holt.tndorf II." ]
e words of Jesus on the sick Btarke In NEIL of SWU-2B B la H. V. Knight ___ ..... to Starks In NEy 01NW14 Com.*810 ft. 8 of 8W Cor.
Com. 10 ft. 8 of NE Cor. and W54 01 NID'4 ". of Madison A Myrtle St*.
D. and immediately he arose of Lot B of Blk. 18 A. run W Of B,.. _____________.. 4 II H. R. LI4doil _____ 41.811 A run H on Myrtle Bt.
>k up the bed, and went, forth W 511 ft. S 35 ft. E 60 ft. Lots .11 II of Blk. 11 'rempie. 110 ft. W 110 ft. N 110 ft. t
N II ft. to beOrlKlnal Add. to St.rke In
FJ 110 ft. to be*. In Oaskin' ,
fore them all; insomuch that Town of Stark In NEU NEI of NW\4 and W% of ,
Add. II B 11 B C. A C. B. Iloltiendorf l.ll
ey were amazed and glorified of SWU _.-*$ t 2a H. A. Bishop 4MBI NEVI W oln,.. ______11 1 II Mrs. P. m. Bally 7." Corn. 21O ft.'W- 'nf'8W--Cor. i
Residence lot on W side of of Blk. 11 Tern'pie's '
Lots 11 14 of Madison A Myrtle Bt*.
saying we never saw it in Blk 18 bounded N by Call Addition to Starken A run W 110 ft. to Wet-
Is fashion." St. B by Starke House AW. NFI4 of NWI moreland Ht. thence 8 on 1
As It. Rlvor. 8 J'lUa8": .- of NEW 01 53y.it 5 II T. J. Alderman ___ 1'1.11 aid St. 420 ft. N 410 ft.
healing paralytic atiter Icon St. A W by :. Lot a 01 Bile. 111 Temple'sAdd. to beA. designated/ on .
on the lesson says, Jesus ex. lots In NW Cor. cold tn 8t.rke In Ni:14 map of Oankln' Add. a* ./
J. R. Davis A Bon b 01 NWI% and W34 ofNEI Clark 2 A Blk- .__,_._2tIV 6 II-B. C. A C. a Holtiendorf 10." \
itlnctly recognized the faith of
Richard .A *:x.: lot old vrrot Ry. ___-_____11 1 II L O. Preyatt __ 11." L acre In SW ('"r. of
e bearers as well as that of the Clara I. Peek Original Lots S S 10 11 11 01 Bik al 'BE"4\ of 8EV. of NBU ___21I S ta L. A. Davis. Jr. _.--__ t.TB IIB \
erer who was borne. Humanly Town of Stark In NEU e'rra Addition toStark. I I acre In NI'% of 8EU:
of SWU -----is II Unknown ....101.48 NEV of NW% bounded B by Dowlln*'*
laking the palsied man owed hi.overy Lot 1 of 8111 12 Original and Way 01 NE'4 W ot. Add. S by flt. W b* St. A
and salvation to the faith Town of Stark in 5 II Co L. Pak ___- 1.16Lots N by n*..kln'. Add. ..21 II J. O. Boyd ___ .... 0
NB>\4 of SWU --------2B I 22 Oeo. C. Kra* ".01 II 14 of tllk.21-Tem- 9 I acre In 8W Cor. of snu
self-sacrifice of his four Lot 7 of Blk. 28 Original pie's Addition to Starts of $PV4aWaofSE'4' ,
nds. The great lesson Town of Stark In NEU ,n NE'4 of NW% end of 8EU\ --21 i aa Mr*. V. Torruella ILOI .
comes of SWU ________2S I II P. fl. McMillan 11.05 W;4 of NEl4 W of Ry.-.28 I II Lois Peek Perl'J'man 'I." On. lot of lane 110 yard. :;
e that to an unknown extent Blk. It a* extended on En- Lot f of Blk. 14 Temple'. N&. B by ISO yard E A J
ts possible to inspire and to bring e., Map .x. 8 100 ft. Ax. Addition t" St.rk. In W In 8E Cor. of 8E4 of\\
.: :. a strip of land 80 ft. NlC\4 of NW'4 and W% IIE'4 ._It i 11 T. J. Alderman hag '
0,M ut the salvation of others by on Madison St. by 171 ft. of NE\4 W 01 fly. ___II 0 II W. no Crosby 7.11I *- ------nf""8E14 --- i'i'Com.
faith and caorperation.: Our on Walnut St. old to L Lots 11 II of BlIe. It Tem- of HEU! led run W 171 ft
A. Davis Original Townof Addition to IItarke to *W line of B.' W. Irl-
th cannot supersede theirs. It Stark In NBU: of f,1.'e, ':%. ot NWt4 and WI% gems land, thence; N on

never a substitute for the faIth W14y ---------_-it II J. W. Andrew _____ 47.51 of NEi4 W of fey.-- --21 1 II -.A. J. Thomas 1.11 aid land 141 ft. to a pt.
those Elk 80 a* extended: : .- LoU 1 I I of Blk. IT Tem.pie. of he*. thence N 471, ft. '
more -immediately con on Kney Map ex. 8 iB ". AddlU"n to 8t.rken W ll. ft. 0 47S ft. B SI* f
ed: 'but it prompts and ft. Original Town of NFy: ot NW'4 aed WI4 ft. to the pt. of be*.-4 i
their Pith. Stark In NE'4 of 8WU.1I I II Mrs. B. ... Johns 41.11 of NEI4 W of Ry.-_ --1$ 1 28 Iorr. Jl'ronle Clemons ',11 A In SPl4of: 1'10'4 --St'U I II Mr, Rachel MoArthur __ n." .'
gthens BH of Blk. SO a* extended: : Lots 4 I S 'I It of BIll. n I N of SWU of SBVi of ,l
r One of the books asks and an.rt. on Enact Map ex.: : 8 101 Temple's I NBU N of ditch 1U '-

ft. Original Town of In NEIL .1 nHW"i' acre ?......_.. u....I' S II L. A. Davis Jr. LIB



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LET'S COME BACK until they discovered that the I His old patients by the score, know we/11 walk down the street

f Bradford County Telegraph And grabbing up a chair and fan some and the
school house stage, with dressing morning! guy we meet:
f The time was never more ripe rooms on either aide, would makea II From Other PensThe II He wanted nothing more. on the corner selling pencils wiu; be

Established 1877 II for Starke to make a comeback in nice place to live, and they a Circuit Judge, waitln' for his sal.
5 the strawberry shipping industry promptly moved In. I But was bound to sit and watch 'ary check and wouldn't that be a

: Fi Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class than it is this season. That state- From a monthly, salary of $75: Starke Telegraph spoils our them .pitiful picture.
shiver and each of the teacher formerly paid to As they'd sizzle, singe and burn, -0--
Office at Starke. Florida ment may send a up claim to secondary Importance '
Matter at the Post down some spines, because some $20 a month for room and Ocala in the selection of Roy Ott, And his eye would rest on debtors PACKING BERRIES IN CELLOrilANE .
r and had to walk, board'i! Whichever way he'd turn. :
spines will not admit that Starke former Gainesville resident, an a
E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner needs to make a comeback In the through Inclement member of the new Florida High-

strawberry industry. But the time school. Now they say they spend way Board. The Telegraph has Said the angel, "Come on, doctor, (Contlnuted from page 1.1)

SUBSCRIPTION RATE has come for a general fact facingin only $5.75 a month for groceries discovered that Roy Ott was bornIn There's the pearly gates I see," lifted up against the four sides of

Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance all walks of life, and we may as and step from Ithelr-bedroom Into Lawtey- Bradford County. So But the doctor only muttered the cup which Is then lifted off the t
Yearly $1.50; "
"This heaven for
t well face our's The fact Is that o v both Gainesville and Ocala now enough ,me. I fruit. The cellophane is then

Advertising: Rates on Application Starke has not In the past few take a back seat.-Gainesville Sun. 'drawn securely, about the berries,
He refused to
years, been making the strides I go on further the leaves of the wrapping machinelet

'c'\' There is going to be need of some soup kitchens around forward that it should. Maybe You'veHeard WHY 'WORRY? At But that preferred crowd of to rank sit and old gaze deadbeats down and the cup replaced over
weather conditions
Of course the fruit, leaving It in Its original
r Tallahassee before many more weeks. have not been favor*Ue during the It But I. There are only two reasons for position but securely wrapped In
As there In the blaze.
$ .. pOne past few seasons, first heavy rains worry-cither you're successful or.= they lay cellophane. The moisture of the

exchange remarks that script may be all right, but and then droughts and freezes, but you're not successful-and if you're But Just then the doctor's office' fruit results in .the cellophane be-
added to this there seems to have snow TOWN ucceasful-there's nothing to worry coming securely sealed in a short
asks if it will make noise enough in the contribution plate. been a general lack of cooperationand about -if you're not successful clockCuckooed

'f-'; f r M( B>v ..aH l >ll**** *> *** **MI>H> > *HVMV >IMA the will to go forward. Fate They will tell-you that Starke there's only two things to worry And he woke the to hour find himselfIn of seven, time.When the fruit is put.up in the

l In its Odd Items column the Times-Union says, "Jean was accepted too blindly. that used to be considered quite a "show bout-your health is either goodor neither hell nor heaven. field In, cellophane the wrapping
indications are
But the
sick and if machine is placed the
town.. No matter how hammy -- you're your packer's
Harlow's Figure Scores with Seniors. What's odd about much of this lethargy has been table the
the troup-when box:office receiptswere health is good-there Is nothing to cellophane placed on It
'I': t that? put behind this year. Growers are counted after playing a local worry about--and if you're sick- ---0----- and the sides lifted up. The cappers -

4 e in the right frame of mind-be- theatre there was always enough there's only two things to worry are put in first up-side-down
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lieving that this season will put money of the shp\ ,to get on to the bout-you're either going to get Late as it were, a berry placed in each
': In order to preserve the dignity of the Pope, something them back on their'feet.. Weather next town and sometimes a bit well or you're going to die-and OO corner to give a snug pack and the k(

jshould be done about the practice of calling his proclamations conditions have been !Ideal and left over for a couple of bam sand. if you're going to get well, there's rest of the berries put in. Upon 'r
i crops have never looked better. wiches. nothing to worry about-and if 50 filling the wrapper In this manner .

"bulls." Business men are uniting In an organized But those days are gone-if not you're not going to get s,\U- uf.Si the cup Is then slipped over the .

J, 0 .. effort to meet with rail- forever-at least -tor the present. here's only two things to worry fruit 'and the berries are ready for
'1 An editor on the Miami Post uses the Christopher CQ-; road officials' and work with local themIn A strange change, and one that we bout-you're either going to '5CTMrT" ,y Florid. Pm AixxuiK their Journey ending In a northern ,;

:4 :: lumbus method of pounding a typewriter. He discovers a key form.getting And buyers a large on the number plat-of are at a Ibua to explain, is taking leaven-or you're not going to store where they can be thoroughly
a Heaven-and if to inspected by the housewife who
i place In our little'clt)"; Is Starke you're going I don't know whether you have I
I 'r and then lands on it. growers have signed up to ship going to become sophisticated and Heaven-there's nothing to worry attended the Florida Orange Festival can easily slip them out of the cup J

: ( 0----- their crop through the Bradford simply refuse to show the proper about-and if you're going to the or not but If you haven't I'm and give them the double 0 before

Scout County Growers' Association heart action at mention of Pro other place-you'll be so d-m here to state that you've sure miss buying. ,
t i reorganize Boy Troop
made to a
.k Plans are being True, not as many growers as fessor Somebodyorother and his busy shaking hands with old ed a great little party. The berries are said to carry 1
should to it that the movement should, have cast their lot with much better In
:i in Starke. Interested parents see Swiss bell ringers? We hope not friends-you won't have time to cellophane than as

( \ does not die aborning. the association. It Is a long pro- Sophistication is, conducive to worry.So No one can walk through those ordinarily packed In cups and ex-
cess to overcome man's almost in- posed to the air. It is said
: k nothing but boredom, and boredomin why worry t-Covlngton exhibition buildings and view the that
0 stinctive fear of anything new- News. the use of cellophane in the berry
conducive to annoying
turn Is magnificent displays of Florida'scitrus
i+ ,A. J. Griff, manager of the growers' association, says but the growers' association is social phenomena.such as ringing. -..- products without realizingthe industry will result in the farmer I

orders for strawberries Wednesday than he gaining the confidence of Bradford in NOT SO FAST, PROFESSOR actually getting more out of his
" that he had more front door belle and turning full importance of this indus-
f" County farmers more and more ev- fruit than under the present
could fill. That is always a good sign. false alarms: No-not sophistication. try.
: Is .
ery year. It showing 'results. We'd much rather think that Prof. Augusts Piccard, the tem. The firm handling the cello-
at 4, 0 The last year or so of Its function- mild Swiss professor who sailed phane used it for half of thirty
Folks are staying home' learning And this year millions throughout -
r I One exhange has a feature called "Congress Doings 100 ing It is estimated that membersof the new bridge xulea.! 'way up into the stratosphere In a the nation will enjoy the thrillof cars of red raspebbries shipped
the association $1 a from
averaged Washington state last
()- Years Ago and More." As if it werent' bad enough to have crate more throughout the season balloon last years has, Invented 'a the Orange Festival, although mer with moat pleasing results.sum.
In the meanwhile .ft will be Just rocket plane in which'he believes be miles for
they may away
to keep with congress doings today I for their berries than did non-mem Plant City Courier,
: up ,
bers. -- as well If Profesdor&and Madams that he will be able to cross the through the enterprise of the Festival .

&. 0 who Juggle and do card tricks will Atlantic in less than half an hour. management, arrangementshave
But more material things are Wauchula-Three
carloads lum
A good barometer of business conditions is the number pass up Starke for a while and give The'scientist divulged this not been made to broadcast a na-
needed than the proper frame of ber arrived here for new strawberry -
chance to show long ago when he sailed for a lecture tion wide hook-up on the NBC
us ; get hungry.
;1 :- calendars, received at the beginning of a year. We've had mind and the spirit of cooperation.One loading platform to be built by
(Ed. note:, On second thought tour in the' United States.His Farm and Home Hour, direct from
Y kto out and hunt for the ones we've got so far. of these is parking space travel Atlantic Coast Line railroad be-
| ) go there might bef a slight interest plane, he said, ought to the grounds.
p around the platform. Small build tween Palmetto and Oak streets,
t -- 0 aroused locally It said Professorsand some three miles a second; and
ings have crept in on the grounds Fifth Avenue.
in Madams did a good tap dance while it is hard to see how human The value to Florida of this on
the order of the South
Strawberry festivals are day formerly used for this purpose un
x while doing said juggling and card bodies could ever endure being unique publicity Is difficult to esti- ,
t t Florida. Why couldn't Bradford have one? We have just til the lack of room has become a trick act.) .whirled through space at such a mate, but If it v(ere paid for at .'
serious In former
problem. yearsIt I clip Professor Piccard is quite confident the usual time rates for such cov-
<; as many berries and are just as festive over them. often for WANTEDOne
was a mem-
necessary NO JlATS'PRESENT that the plane will be thoroughly erage it would cost many thous-
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.> The magician who played here practical.And 'ands of dollars, however, the story
: are beginning to doubt the,power of the press. Two some pinch hitting as a traffic cop last week probably wishes he so, once more, we come up :of Florida and her wonderful citrus mule, a few good cows
to trucks and and farm tools, also fat
\ ,I $ weeks ago we remarked about the unsightlessness of the old and give others room wagons to moving unload hadn't. They say his audience was to a question that has arisen onlyin products will be carried directly hop wagon In exchange for SatsumnOrange ,
small he couldn't four men the last few years; just what into millions of homes.
c a, :house east of the courthouse and it is still standing. their berries. This year It will be so get' T.See Lacy Anderson
,: to come lie/his hands! are our Inventors worth to us,
f-- more difficult than ever to relieve up on my place at Crosby Lake
Imagine his embarassment when, nowadays TSuppose The dates of this year's Festivalare
1' \ Libby Holman's baby had to be placed in an incubator this, congestion, with much of the In doing another trick' he had to for instance, that some January 24th to 28th. There
vacant space gone. Some regulations borrow his ownLVatch, and the such plane as this could be made will be an Interesting program 'r
{I and fed through the Most\ of thought that the I orAubrey
{ t, nose. us only must be made to handle the What wouldIt
1 program was .cut".short: : because available use. good each day of the event and you Frink
thing one did through the nose was to breath and traffic or It will become chaotic ? while to attend.
I pay. both of the men., in the audience do us find It well worth
f when the Into full
season gets
Atlantic of would
0- came bareheaded'and the Professor The course,
STATE FARM, Raiford, Fla
1 :' swing. couldn't get a'hat to pull rab- shrink to a millpond. New York And last but not least the Annual
: Down in the Congo they've discovered tribe of natives
a in
: Then too if berries come In .bits out oft! and London would be closer to- Press Breakfast of the Flor-

:E. ;, who can leap to height of seven feet. We didn't know that the large volume that is expected, gether than New York and Albanyare ida Press Association Is scheduled

; automobiles had been introduced into the Congo that long. it Is doubtful If the local platformwill Sad cases like that make us glad today. Singapore would be for( Friday night, Jan. 27th. On INSURE WITH

E S' prove adequate. There Is that our eighth grade teacher confiscated only a day's Journey from Chicago. this date, editors and newspaper Gulf, Life Insurance
0 plenty of room to extend the shed that book on magic we. There would not be, on all the folks from all sections of the state

According to the Titusville Star-Advocate, :Mrs.,,iT.,L., > fifteen or twenty feet to provide had hidden behind our geography earth a spot too remote for a will gather for a look at the Festival CompanyN.

Barr wife of a former pastor of the Methodist Church in shelter In rainy weather. and deposited it gently but firmlyin bombing raid in time of war. and a glorious frolic that D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

If we work together, farmer and I. the waste' basket. Who All of that, of course would be will last well into the wee small Local Representative
: ( Starke, says that she has been razzed for running a Barr business man and professional paper
t marvelous but would it hours.I .
knows, If ,It had not been for her very ; get
? without license. man, realizing that It is to the best anywhere? I
vigilance we might now a professional
I- interest of us all, these things can '
0 magician or what Is One of our greatest difficulties could tell an Interesting secretor
be accomplished-it not this year, Is the fact that the 'world will to
; worse-an amaturonel,, today two about what happen
Scientists have .discovered a diet which they claim will ,
then next or even the year after ray
shrunk too for occasion .
has rapidly our certain editors on ,
''I ) i keep teeth from decaying. :More interesting to us would be that. Starke CAN made tol I I LET'S' REINCARNATION prejudices and our social habitsto but maybe I'd better not, anyhow, wuuo

: a discovery that would keep our uppers from slipping out on snap out of It and once more get adjust themselves. We have If any reader of this column would

the third into the strawberry game, whereIt Walter Wlnchell says that the hardly begun to learn that we are like to suggest some particular gag
sneeze. will be a force to be reckoned newest game Is called Relncarna- next door neighbors to all the nations that might be pulled on the editor j

'R "I I 0I with. tion. The object is to think up different of the earth; we are still who is nearest and dearest to you, The High Cost

' They have changed the name of the lowly toadfish to But as for this season'we have forma in which famous characters trying to operate a compact and ell' welcome the idea because, for
% the berries-we can get the buyers might have returned to highly Integrated world by a system no reason at all, aa near as I can of Not Knowing-*
! "sea chicken" and folks are beginning to gobble them .
up. It we work hard enough. We can
I earth. For Instance George Price devised when each nation was figure out, I have been delegatedthe
t; Perhaps it would not be a bad move to re-christen rattlesnake make this crop the means of put- joints out that Adam came back Isolated.So job of Toastmaster.And .
'; steaks and frog legs. ting Bradford County once more aa a chewing gum and Napoleon far we have had pretty bad OND..ptopnty..poofl I OWKM info....In.. ibonf MtbtM inMgmmtm M
on its feet. It CAN be done-we returned aa pastry-Ted Weems results. It will take, perhaps, an- another way you can helpis lunu Mmm. or ...... Unooch In*ow_
o a.'or.-. about. anan
believe it WILL be done. says that Robert Burns came back other century or two for us to get to step In the office and pay up puiicmlir form of pionctioa ... c.,.M. 1
Ii. Tarpon Springs Leader tells of a new National Guard D aa a fugitive frottt a chain gang- into harmony with the speed of your subscription or crowd a nice Cm hid '1

f captain who marched his company to the home of the bride DOES IT WORK The Empress Eugenie came back modern communications. little paid ad on your local publisher That. If M. .....ooi...war *> sal oM
what U actdcd-and ibra U It too lot ,
Y upon receipt of an invitation reading "Your is aa a bat, and Alexander as a cocktaiL And this rocket plane would so they'll have a little expense lo. .to. und.from toa.rV .
I company
The subject of capital punishment Jack Denny.say. that Web- only intensify our troubles. We money for the trip. Then _fc ito rim M a.".wbNr.
i requested at the marriage, etc. has been debated for years ster returned as a'dictionary: and simply couldn't live up to It- We they can tell you all about it when font. Our" -"fa,torn

,' ; It o but no great strides have been O'SulUvan as''a'hee t Wlnchell addsto don't need it. Can't our Inven they get home and I mean it will -aod.r..q_ Wen-wbrrHAROLD we

Someone has discovered that Ghandi while a studgnt at made either for or against the the list'.by!Basking If Chesterfield tors go fishing or something, for be some story.
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death penalty; The states that go returned: ,.a a coat: T a few decades, until we get settled -
1. : Oxford, was considered the best dressed man on the campus. to this extreme still believe that it ?Jacksonville JournaL And while we seem to be talking INSURANCE

t His nickname was Ghandi the Dandy. He must have got Is the only means checking the But those lt/'slickers seemedto 'I)bo about newspapers and newspaper STARKE.

;; disgusted with chasing collar buttons and decided ltQ chuck Increasing number of homicides have overlooked Sir Walter Ral TUB DOCTOR'S DREAM" folks rd' like to take time out to FLORIDA

IL it all : and the states that have abolished eigh who'returned aa a cigaretteand call attention to the fact that the ....L....' ,....-.......
cif capital punishment are just as Lord Baltimore... '.who came backas Last evening I was talking Annual Meeting of the Florida
.: 0 firmly convinced that they areas a cake. With a doctor, aged and gray, Press Association Is scheduled for
} 1 f. ; Next week will conclude the series of articles on straw.. care without &. ,1- .__. Who told me of a dream he had, Avon' Park March 17th and 18th. ATLAS
It Is Interesting In this connection And If you have anything to add I think 'twas Christmas Day.
4, berryproduction that have been in that
we using hope they read a statement by Warden to the game mall your suggestions Gilbert Freeman of the High ,

fri ;t. would be helpful to our growers. If any of the articles were Lawes of the New York State Prison -I to the Reincarnation Editor of the While snoozing in his office lands County Pilot promises a bang

11 fin'' missed they can be obtained in bulletin form from the Extension whose book "Twenty, Thousand Telegraph, who Incidentally,would The vision came to view up program and every Florida publisher The Standard OH
Years In Sing Sing" has been a like to come back as the guy who For he saw an angel enter should attend, and of course
Division of the of Florida.
University ..best seller all over the country could atop 'Garbo from wearing Dressed in garments white and you wonder why I'm' telling you Tire GuaranteedOne

3 o during the past year, and has those hats. new. all this, well simply because you

'i, b After returning from his first official visit to Chatta- shown him to be an authority on want your home town paper to YearFrigidaire
:hoochee what be has chosen to make his WEARERS OF GLASSES Said the angel, "I'm from heaven stack up along with the rest of
; Gov. Sholtz said that "too are lettingthe
m many persons life work. Warden Lawes says:' The Lord Just sent me down, 'em and In order to do It, your '...........
State take care of their aged parents by having the old "Over 10,000 murders are com- If you have been going around To bring you up to glory, publisher needa the new ideas and

ti folks 'sent to the State Hospital for the Insane.." In, other mitted In the United States every calling peoplor names or asking And put on your golden crown. pep that he can get at a press

words, ungrateful children seem to consider Chattahoochee year. Not more than two per cent them for that four bits they owe, meeting, so as a loyal subscriberand
ad of the murderers ever reach the and think you can get away withIt "You've been a friend to everyone a good citizen, see to it that
c0d "Just a Little Home for the Old Folks." I death chamber. The ratio of convictions Just because you wear glasses, 1 And worked hard night and day your town and your paper is represented -

2 ---0 I In prosecutions ,for murder the following might be of Interest I You. have doctored many thousands the three year guar-

A senator in the North Dakota legislature has proposedthat throughout the country to less Contrary to popular belief there And from few received your pay.
than seventeen per cent. In the are no laws In,the United States And now I see where Dave has anted electric refrigerator -
thirty-nine states 'secede from the union, leaving a "Fil eight states of the Union where providing a greater penalty for "So we want you up In glory come out flat-footed and announced

l nancial East" of nine states. The resolution says that the capital punishment has been abolished striking a man wearing glasses For you l1ave labored hard that there just ain't gonnabe

pu seceding states should "carry with us the star spangled banner there have been no excessive than for striking one not wearing And the good Lord Is preparingYour no more TRANSFERS on his
In murders. In the balance of the glasses. No extra charge for the eternal Just reward.',' little street car line up at Tallahassee
and leave them (the other states) the stripes which
they states where the death is
penalty Information-just thought we'd teU all cars from now on will
ca s richly deserve." The senator at least has a sense of humor. still on the statute books, there has you before youget, slapped down Then the angel and the doctor be pay-as-you-enter: you can get For sale bySmith'

4f1 8 been no diminution of homicides" some cUiy. Start up toward glory's gate, off and walk.

-- --o----- But when,, passing cose: to Hades
t Bradford County. is stepping out. Last Week saw the THEY MOVED IN INEVITABILITY The angel nWmured, "Walt".* And''furthermore te says we've

19 appointment of I Roy ,Ott, a native of? La\ley$( to"the:State Bummer's; love got to/get put of'the red on this s ServiceStatiOn

M 4, to Road Board and the election of II. Richard.-a former reai. This weeks moral"fe'saon Is tak- Is like its sun tan- "T'have got.i'1 rtace'to"show yoU, deal even ''If' si"lot" of state em-

co rk, 'dent of Starke. as president of the Palatka Atlantic National ing' from the llld"flaw, ; "VYher.there's Source of pride '-It's the hottest-place In hell, ployees Including himself have to
i a will, there's a way". To And source of patn- Where the ones who never paid wait for the well known ghost.
sou Bank. The 'Telegraph joins the Ocala papers and the Pa Illustrate; Two teachers In North Farting long you And boy maybe you think that '

t4 latka papers in their respective opinions that the appoint- Carolina were looking toward a B fore December In torment always dwell."' won't help to make him popular

.y and the election were both good ones. reduction In living expenses. They Waking way with a lot of politicians. If this Starke, Fla.

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