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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 27, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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lEstablished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six: Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owrnei?*

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:ViWME Ilru i -P1Vl!, STAUKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY,',JANUARY 27, 1933 NUMBER .THIRTEEN-

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e Agent Gives Lawtey Growers Hookworm WorkIn ,i Grapefruit Upsets Near Truck Here 'Two Express Cars Mayo SurprisedBy Berries and Hogs



count of Work Asked---'to MeetYou Starke School I Spilling 160 BoxesA Loaded At Lawtey; Local Youth Lead In InterestOn

are requested to at- truck and trailer, carrying 160 Nathan Mayo, commissioner

tend a meeting to be held by boxes of grapefruit and belongingto of agriculture, recently

Past Year me with ail berry buyers and Making ProgressReport I T. 0.' Nelms of Winter Haven, Freight Car Here learned something hew County Farms
ring commission agents at Law- Friday night upset about two miles about selling methods of

tey and with all grower In I I south of town on Road 13, when Bradford County farmers.

the Lawtey section whose 1. the front right tire on the truck The commissioner say -
niea Sell $.,828.80 Worth Of crops are covered by mortgage Health Committee Show blew out. 3 62,828 Quarto Snipped front Starke that he was driving along Pork Industry Shows Considerably

ProductChickens And to the Secretary of Agriculture Almost 100% SpecimensObtained I The accident occurred about 7)30) And Lawtty During the highway near Starke Gain Since Last
Lead ". Week' about ten o'clock one night Census I t
i Kgg at the Lawtey o'clock and was caused by the
) platform on Friday after- swaying of the trailer after the when he noticed a small boy -

';uriog 1932;Pearl Jordan, home'Sfeonstratlon noon, January 27th, at 4:30p. : The first public report of the blowout, which caused the truckto Two express cars of strawberries standing beside the road Tallahassee, Jan. 26. Bradford

agent, made 926 vlsWto m. Health Committee of the Starke leave the road and crash into were loaded' at Lawtey Tues- holding out a quart of straw- county divided its chief Interest

,' homes in Bradford and Union Parent-Teachers' Association small trees. day and one freight car was loaded berries. between hog raising and straw-
, At this meeting plans will some pine
of homers shows that remarkable .progress at Starke on the same day, as admired berry growing last according'to
'counties: at the request be arranged for the tale and The negro driver of the truck, :Mr. :Mayo has always year
has been made in the matter of the shipping season in this section
received 463 telephone and the twentieth census of agriculture
,
she J. Nelms perseverance
T.
o ; of covered by Kyle Stapleton, and ,
handling crops
'.concerning her work, and 867 important hookworm treatments under the both miraculously ,escaped injury, got under way In earnest. The thought he would reward theboy's and manufactures report approved
and it Is
mortgage, very
direction of Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez total
pie came to the Home Demon- that you be present. outside of a few/scratches. The movement from Starke since enterprise by buyingthe by the county commliurion-
ad- : chairman. Thursday of last week has been and received here in the of- 4
-berries. ers
Ion office to ask help or of When the sale
(Signed) J. C. Foket, front part the truck was completely
The agent wrote 701 letters The work ha been carried on in demoUahed.*' 35,648: quarts, while Lawtey has had been completed the commissioner flee of Commissioner of Agriculture

i distributed 1817 bulletins on Field Inspector, the elementary grades of the Bradford No great damage was done to shipped 28880. said In a sympathetic Nathan Mayo.In .

and home subjects. 914- E. OcklawahA Ave., County High School duringthe I the load of grapefruit, although It is estimated that the average tone of voice, "You connection with the pork Industry

eae- and other interesting Ocala: l'loridLNew past few months. Mrs. Al about one-third of it had to be returned price throughout the week was $3 must be tired, young fellow, Bradford County had 9,201: p

ta were mad public this weeke varea's report shows that the en- I I to Winter Haven for re per crate, which would mean a return standing here all day and acres In corn with a production of }

annual report'of the agent, rollment In these grades is 444. .packing. of approximately. $5,862.00: to half the night." 106,053: bushel and_0,924 acre IlL

ch follows In full: The number of specimens procuredto growers at Starke and Lawtey. "Oh, no air," the boy replied peanuts. Th production Included

ome Demonstration work gives date has been 442, almost 100 This Is exclusive .of returns from ,. "I'm on the night 773 hog killed for pork S.42S

publicity to the counties al- Tag Agent per cent. The number of positive Judge Perrvman ,berries being sent out on truck. ehifti"Prescott! killed for bacon and 030 sold alive.

99, news articles appeared in bookworm infections was shown to This week's warm weather has Hogs on hand numbered 10,644, a.

t vspapers about the county work be 229, and the number treatedto done away with all traces of the I gain of over 3,000 since the last

the agent made eight radio For This County date, 164. recent cold spell, and fruit Is rip- census.
Holds First TermCourt
ks i over WRUF and WJAX. tell- The chairman's report follows in ening faster than ever. This early Receives Field and truck crops were valued j

of the results of the Home full: ripening Is an unusual phenomenon -I at $128,372 for the year In the
.. for this part of the State, I Sweet
work. -- agricultural report. pota-
tmonatratlon M. J. Sapp Appointed Last Week The health' committee: "of the
ttille Horn Demonstration Office' Moved to hemmed Today After Re- many growers saying that they toes gained rapidly since the last:
City Starke P. T. A. has done a'great : Engineering Prize
irk helps individual people first Hall deal toward raising the standardof eras Wednesday cannot take time off from picking : I. census made In 1927 to 038 acres

an the women and girls also the primary and elementary Afternoen long enough to mulch their plants. and Irish potatoes showed a pcrporllonate -

Into Home Demonatlon i gain to 221 acres. Large
organized The motor vehicle department grades of the Bradford High
County Court convened Tuesday Plant City, Jan. 24.Indications Former D. II. S. Student Mukee to
was planted
clubs in order to save time last Friday announced the appointment School, and in the recent examination acreage sugar cane
'd reach more people. .We have of :M. J. Sapp as tag agentfor for hook worms, a spirited morning 'with,, Judge E. K. Perry- were yesterday afternoon that anew Valuable Research In Airplane Held peas, hay string beans, and',,
man presiding over his first term day's record for this season Motor cucumbers and other '
clubs for women with a mem- I crops gave
Bradford County, succeedingMrs. contest arose in an effort to win
rshlp of 174 women and fifteenbs Maud Crews. The office' of one of the several prizes offeredby since going Into- efface. [ on the thirdof !would be established last night In variety to the staple production or "
I this month.* strawberry shipments out of here. F, L. Prescott, son of Mr. and the county;
for girls with a membership the agency was moved Monday the Health and Sanitation Com- .
While definite figures were not Mrs. L. C. Prescott of this city, The crop lead all
strawberry
: 340 girls. : from Hoover Studio to the city mittee for: i The following cases were tried:
The agent held 339 meetings I hall. Carl Johns, city clerk, will 1., The best all-around health Carl Jensen..charged with trespassing available late In the afternoon, It has been awarded the :Manly medal fruits and nuts In Importance In

{ 1th those women and girls during, act as assistant to Mr. Sapp. work in elementary grades, eight on and 'cutting timber on was believed that thirty-four ex- for outstanding aeronautical engineering Bradford County with an acreage)
? ,' press refrigerator and two freight research work duringthe which has grown from 220 five r
year. The sale of tags continued slow rooms. land belonging Mrs H. C. Edwards.
Sale Beach f4.628.10ijlhe during the past week in spit of 2. The best all-around health ." He 'was found guilty and cars of berries, would roll out of past year, according to The years ago to 640 acres lost season.

I first purpose of Home Dem- the approach of February 1, after work in primary grades, four fined $10 or thirty days in Jail. here last night. That would exceed Dayton, Ohio News of January 18. The yield was 8J2.941 quarts and

stratlon work is to help make which a penalty of 20 per cent will 'room Sentence was suspended. for ninety the previous big day of the Mr. Prescott la senior mechanical brought $82,224 to growers.

' omen and girls better homemak- be' added to the purchase price. I 3. The greatest Improvement In days.. season by more than 10 cars. On engineer, attached to the power A'' substantial gain In the number -

na and housekeepers, but. always Only 235 tags [have been _old.to. I personal neatness. Jack Smith was found guilty of January 13, 20 cars were forwarded plant unit at Wright Field\ Ohio. and value of pure bred stock

i women and girls try to manage date, and it is estimated that there I 4. The first to turn In all specimens. exhibiting a gun in a threatening constituting the biggest day of The medal is awarded annuallyto Is Indicated In the report, ., The.

Jhe garden or the chickens or to are more than'2000 motor vehicles manner. Case will be appealed to the year to yesterday.The the engineer achieving the moat number of Jerseys Increased from
inflow of berries yesterday outstanding results In aeronautical 132 to 400.Miscellaneous. '
d up some home industry so In the county. At chapel Thursday morning the the Circuit Court.
hey can make a little cash to uselir Movement In the sale of tags is prizes were awarded by :Mrs. Raymond Motion was made by attorneyto was marked by large loads and In research. In Prescott' case, the farm 8 ale s ;

'. improving their homes. .Theme slow au
& Demonstration office can ad- caused W S.' :McLin, state motor Sanitation Committee. W. L. Beacom. superintendent of The warm weather during the lat engine pressure indicator on test the county last year, the report h

00 and assist with these. plans.ifot vehicle commissioner to predict The highest average in all- the Lawtey school, charged with ter part of last week and over the engines. Details of his accom- Indicates. Included in this total

all of the women or girls re- that receipts this ,year would be around health work were attained cruelly punishing. Court granted week-end proved to be effective In plishments were set forth In a pa- was the value of 4 ,7.' gallons or
ripening berries and the fruit was. per, which he presented it. the. milk 160,991:
rted on their money makingt about $2,000,000 under the $3,000- by 1st A & B grade, Miss Madge motion. dozen eggs, poultry
the reports turned in to the 000 collected up to the same date Middleton, teacher, grade 2A & The .casa of Lindsey Rowe, In evidence on the yard yesterday. meeting of the Society of Automotive honey, butter meat and other products -

gent show the following sales last year. m 3A Mrs. R. F. Demorest, teacher, charged with assault and battery Owing to the cool week-end pre-I Engineers in Cleveland last of the farm.

ade: Mr. :McLIn based his estimateon and second grade, :Mrs. Herbert was nolle pressed. I ceding It, last week August, and which was entitled This county has 1,288 farmers

Cash received from the sale of general economic conditions Ritch, teacher. The following cases were continued -i slowing'up in the shipments from' "Indicators as a Means of Improving who have 16,420 'acres under actual -

rah vegetables, $2,568.95; cash which he said would reduce the I The rooms of :Mrs. Demorest and to the February term of here although Friday and Saturday Airplane Engine Performance"Mr. cultivation.

ecelved from the sale of fresh number of motor vehicles in use. I Mrs. Hitch, tied for first prize. A court: brought two heavy days. Nineteencars Prescott, who Is a graduateof .

fruits, $367.53; cash received from The commissioner recently submitted health banner, Mrs. Rltch retain- C. W. Ford, charged with em- were forwarded Friday nightand the Bradford County HighSchool WOMEN TO VISIT NURSERIES

e sale of fresh milk and butter, his resignation to Gov. Dave ing the banner won by her room bezzlement from the Sinclair Oil 16 Saturday night. On Thursday hall been senior mechanical -

$96.00; Cash received from the sal Sholtz.: It was accepted, effective last year, and a new banner was Company on nine counts on Information however, but two. cars were engineer with the power plant A group of women from Bradford
at chickens and 1376.10 !.. State's at' forwarded out of here. branch at Wright Field, since and Union
eggs, ; February provided for :Mrs. Demorest' room. turnisheoVby Counties will visit
ash received from the sale of Despite the heavy volume of 1929, and has been assigned to a Glen St.
The work done by these .three torney. I Mary and Griffin's Nur-
of torsional vibrations the
ed products, $200.00; total rooms Is so outsandlng as to ,d...., Ezra; Bagwell, charged with. fruit yesterday prices were hold- study In series Tuesday, Jan. Slat The
Baker'Berry Growers ing up fairly well on the local yard. crankshaft of planes. H* Is a
recklessly
received, $".628.AO. serve special mention. With the operating automobileon women will leave the courthouse
These figures 'show that Home I While starting off at around 6 1-2 graduate of the University of Flor- at 9 o'clock and
public highway.
| Visit Starke Saturday great handicap of having only the any who are In.
and 8 a.. cents the ida, where he received his mechan-
Demonstration work Is of real valj Nelson with pint yesterday terested.In
end of the east hall for a room, Hampton?charged the studying of plantsare
1 to the county people and brings straw- partially screened off- suffering recklessly operating automobile on morning', the price ranged up to 7 ical engineer's degree. For alx Invited to go- This trip, which
A group of Baker County cents and 7 1.4 early In the after- year, prior to going to the Held,
b returns many times the visited Starke Sat- many necessary interruptions, public highway. Is sponsored by the county homo.
berry growers he
Indications was an associate professor at
noon. at that
nount the work costs. the treatments are coming along The court took a recess Wednesday were demonstration department under
and Initiated Into rap
urday were that the would the university.This .
time be
In thla afternoon until this morn- average the direction of Miss Pearl Jordan -
idly room.
and
CaCnning Save. Bills mysteries of picking, packing local who has "made
'' around 7 cents the pint. for the day. man
Excellent work ha been don Inall Ing (Friday) wh Bwtbe cue of demonstration agent, will beentertalnlnl'
e i women report they used ate otherwise handling their crop,
With the heavy movement good in the city" I* also chairman
Susie Hazzard L. apow.n Jr. yes
The teachers vs as well as instructive -
6,300 pounds of butter, 1,400eggs which they claim is coming along grades. giving
of the of the
terday the season's total shipments Dayton chapter automotive
splendid cooperation as evidencedby receiver of the Seaboard Air Line and all women who can, areur..ed
wen and raised 2,480 bens
hey canned 1. 83 quarts of fruit fine.The visit was made In answer to the fact that to make 100 per Railway Company will be heard. thus far out of her were brought .'".engineering. society to take advantage of this
., e i I far In excess of four million pints, '
d 5,720 quarts of vegetables and an' invitation extended to lbs Ba- cent in specimens from primaryand opportunity.
the last week for
elementary grade only two Forsyth Loses(Decision figures through REV S. PROCTOR, ... ..
,662 quarts relishes and marma- ker County Strawberry Growers'Association the'' season standing at 3,954,898 PIONEER VETERAN DIES *
'
'-s besides 1,163 quarts ,of caned by A. J. Griffls and specimens are I&cklog-one of In Gainesville 'Arena pints of berries. Growers, on a LEGION AUXILIARY .

m ata.. This means the pan- H. D. :May of this city. The visitors which has entered school since SPONSORS WORK ROOM
basis of the price paid,
average Rev. S. S. Proctor 86
Baptist
of Christmas. The other the
es of the counties are being fill- were shown every phase parents
Vasco Forsyth, local fighter, had received approximately $337504.87 ,- minister and pioneer veteran of -
i and that will not letr It has been develop.
our people the industry as The work room for needy wom-
Tuesday night lost a decision to through last week. Lake Butler died last .
Friday night.He
crops go to waste, but will ed in this section during the past (Continued on page S.) en of Bradford County will be opened
Cliff Greenwood,: Sarasota, In the had served In the ministry for
.
L them to save grocery bills forty years. Several model patcheswere Monday morning' at 8 o'clock. i
Gainesville City Club arena. 65 and
was active In church
years
ter. Inspected, and a visit made to Children's OperettaAtSchoolFriclay The first
will
Scout project be
Boy Troop After th opening, when Green- work until Christmas Day, when sewing'on
One hundred and forty-four the local platform where the grow- various garments.
wod began pounding Forsyth with be became ill
omen and 248 girls kept recordsn were shown the kind of pack i The
ers clothes will be furnished by
Gets
Under
left and there I
Way right jabs, was nev- Rev. Proctor was a native of
their born* gardens in 1932 that association members are expected : the Bradford County
CbapterAmerican
er much-doubt as to the final outcome Georgia, but had lived In Florida
Which helped to feed the famines to put up. : Forsyth gamely withstood Fairies will have their Inning at for 50 years. He was one of the Red Cross, and the
and keep them healthy so savinI'octor"s those making the trip Enthusiasm ran high when a
Among Relief
I Emergency Council will furnish
the onslaught a.nd.ns..ed. to slip the high school auditorium at 8 three remaining veterans In Union
bills. Twenty-four home here from :Macclenny were: R. Boy Scout troop was organizedhere the labor
In quite a few,bone crushers to o'clock tonight (Friday) when and Bradford counties. Reserved
orchards started to Prof. S. L. Brothers E. at held In the '
were or added Crawford, a meeting Leg- Every needy woman is requestedto
slow the Sarasota children will take of
up scrapper. forty partin as chaplain the State Farm for
because we do not have enough E. Davis, J. L. Hodges, W. M. Vent- Ion Hall last Friday night Thirty- register at labor department of
Greenwood In at 147 and
weighed "Pixie's Triumph. an operetta thirteen Relatives survivIng
fruit the year around.Demonstratlons ling, H. J. Davis, J. H. Batten S. two boys signed up and have already years. the Emergency Relief Council and
Forsyth tipped the scales at 145. sponsored by the Parent.Teacher'aAasoclallon. are: A son, T. D. Proctor, of
on "making ov- R. Green, Tate Powell, editor of begun the study of knots, report at that office for work.
The Is under Lake Butler and four
r>r clothing were given by the the Baker County Press, and A. signals, and codes that will promote production ; daughters, Bring needles, thimble and scissors.
FARM HOUSE BURNS
the direction of Mrs. A. E. a..rs. P. P. Dekle, of Lake Butler
gent before all women's Home D. Bowman of Glen St. :Mary, and them In the ranks of scout- _____. .111 ; The sewing room will be located
Wall. Admission 15c and 2Sc. Mrs. of
Bell Overby, Virginia
;
mon tratton clubs In the M. Davis of Sanderson. The
county.e W. In the
Ing.The A large two-story farm house Forestry building.Committees *
Following the cast: Miss Marshall Proctor and Mrs.
> girls in the 4-H club work on party was accompanied by E. M. meeting was opened with a : of the Auxiliary and
belonging to W. M. Edwards burned ,
Varnes both of Jack-
Nannie Lou
leir sewing programs also. Two Nix agricultural specialist for the short prayer by Dr. Geo. Lowry of to the ground southwest of town I Act 1-Fairies' Nook In the For sonville. Red Cross will ,supervise work;

lundred and sixty girls sent In refs Seaboard Air Line Railway. the Presbyterian Church. R. D. daily.
early Tuesday night. est.Act Funeral services held Sun-
of work they have done., .. Card scoutmaster, briefly outlinedthe The atthe'ttma II-Horn* of the Pixies. were .
building was unoccupied day morning at 10 o'clock at the .
Agent Flans Home Canal Point Canci cutting purpose of the meeting and
Act III-Fairies' Nook In theForest
of the-fire, it was beingrepaired residence, with Interment In Dekle DEAD MAN 18 BLAMED
The Agent furnished plans for started recently in this area. the requirements of a scout Tem-
and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cemetery. Rev. G. W. S. Ware, an FOR FATAL ACCIDENT
lie new home built and officers and
helped porary were selected
Grlffls, tenants, had moved to a Characters: old friend and associate of Rev.
an to remodel three other homes farm of the the
will divided
agents give people thirty-two applicants were -
o water system were installed counties any service possible to into patrols which immedIately nearby house while the work was I Jewel Scissors, Pixie Klng- Proctor, conducted the services. Frank Harter, 42, of Jeaup Ca.,

four lighting Four- their farms and took being done. Billie Jackson. S wo blamed by a coroner's jury,
system. help them make up the study of scout-
No the TEACHERS'EXAMINATION :
Insurance was carried: on NOTICE OF summoned at Baldwin, for the
een kitchens were arranged for farm homes profitable and pleasant u.gr.. KnowaQ, King's Executive

onvenlence and twenty-three places to live In. After a short period of fun, the building or furnishings.new Ralph Rhodes. grade crossing accident that oc.
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curried there last week, in which
omen bought labor-saving equlp- Every month finds more peopleof meeting was closed by Rev. W. F. troop. Laughing' Gos( Court Physician Persons desiring to take the examination Harter: and six were killed
ent. One hundred and two rugs the counties using the services Jones of the :Methodist Church.!' All'scout fuada..ar* deposited in -Harry Kellum. for teacher certificate negroes
train.
when truck collided with a
ere made and forty mattresses available from the Home Demon-. The next meeting will beheld' I the Bank of Starke, and a numbered Stay Behind, Leader. of Pixie will report at the courthouse in The jury a held that Harter was
ere' made over; fourteen homes stration office. tonight (Friday) at 7 o'clock at' Issued to scouts for their
receipt Army-Harold Bishop. Starke, Feb. 2, 3 and 4 at 8 o'clock. guilty of careless and reckless)
ire screened; twelve bouses and These Items show the interest the Legion Hall Parent are Invited due or to business men for their Examination will begin on time. Be
Ebony Face, Court Jester-Com- driving.
enty-four .fences were painted taken in Improving their homes to attend.Scoutmaster donations.No .
prepared to begin at stated time.
.
d sixteen whitewashed. Thirty- by the Home Demonstration club Card is asking for I scout authorized to solicit er Ferryman.Fatlma Pen, Ink and are necessaryas .

home ground were completelyaped members. the cooperation of the people of funds for any activities. Queen of Fairies, Juan- well as the paper required fee. BIRTHSMr.

according to a plan. :Many other Items could be listed Bradford County In this work. II. The troop asks all business men Barefoot A. J. Griffls, Supt. I

<<, Home Demonstration work I* but those statements show youth appreciates the interest that has and housewives, who have any odd Francoon.,Queen's. Maid Jean and Mrs. Perry Newsom,

part of the Agricultural Ex- practical kind of work we are been, shown thus far by the business Jobs, to get in touch with the Davis. HAMPTON SOCIAL Starke, boy, January 22.

enslon Service and: the Home doing in Bradford and Union coun -men and parents scoutmaster, who will appoint deserving Golden Hair, 'Dancer' Patsy Mr. and Mr. Carl Sapp, Starke,

Demonstration agent works at aDmes ties., ," The following are a few points boys to fulfill their needs Ruth WainwrIght; 'At a meeting ; the Hampton boy, January 21.

In cooperation with the Pearl Jordan that the scoutmaster wishes to call on basis of 12 l-2c per,,hour., Snow Drpp, Dancer Barbara 4-H Club this week It was decidedto Mr. and Mrs.. Freeman, Rhodes,

County< Agricultural Agent L. T.Dyer County Horn Demonstration to the attention of the public: Anyone making a donation win Snow. have a social tonight (Friday). Lawtey, boy January' 19.

who also work in Bradford Agent, Bradford and Union Coun- Any former scout who still has baTe a scout at his service oa..the Chorus: Fairies, Pixies' Army, The Hampton club girl* will lie Mr. sad Mr Charlie Gorman {

ind Union counties. The two ties. his uniform may tell it to the above basis. Pixlesi Acrobats. guest at this time. Starke, girl, January 29. +







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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 2'7,191> ,|

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LEADERS BIG last Saturday night In Brooker at Iowa now owned by T. M. .'-
relatives. and amount of carbon bisulphide LOCAL IT
I BOOTSEY'S BEACH Gum Branch Strawberry growers throughthis to use will vary with the characterof AID IN AGRICULTURAL the bedside of Mrs. L. D. Polk, commenrlnB Inch. West at of a that point prrtalr 12 ,r,b ,'.et"!I,

I I I I section are picking and mar- the soil. In heavy, dense soils EXTENSION PROGRAM who la 111. Maxwell.tore house, now owned_ by 1 ri 1,, 1 D
Elizabeth Cor. A large crowd enjoyed services along av "., lhtnr,
l EM GasklMs C7or. Harnago keting a few early berries. more of the material will be needed run Weet said nut. t,
and the distance from the plant Gainesville, Fla.-Much of the at Rock church Sunday.A G 8. & F. Hy. rlllht of Way lh-I., :

Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee returned Miss Alice Edwards spent the, I will need to be shortened as the progress made last year bfFlorlda; dance was given at the homeof North to a point 34 feet lt 8 feet Inohelhete six //ache J"l;;
does not soils farmers and farm women In living Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mann Sat West of said brick store S du.
home Friday, after spend- week-end in Rising section wither hGRAIiAM gas penetrate heavy !
J' ) ing the past few months in Jacksonville sister, Mrs. Tate Alvarez. I as well as it does light open,, at home, in lowering production urday night A large crowd at- starting thence South point In St lot feet 10 6 blork Inch';?. i"";:1

tho guest of friends and Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw and M,..... aim Ellesi JohMsoM. Cer. sandy ones. costs, and In better home makingis tended and reported a good time. per map or plat fit said' Town 11 lOt I
f fi Other of will at- credited to an organization built Hampton. recorded In Clnk'B ertlea
relatives.Mr. Carrie Shaw were visiting Mr. ft-d species aphids of Bradford County Florida.
Best is the mental attitudeof
t and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of Mrs. L. L. Conner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hancock of tack the part) of the plant above around 2,850 local leaders who signs above land I. bounded as fOllow.Th"!

f Jacksonville,, spent the week-end Miss Audrey McRae of Rising Palatka, were visitors at the homeof ground, the crown, etc. They are serve without pay, according business-It Is entertlng the new On and the T. M.South Hftgran by building Navarre Avenue
with real and
here the guests of her mother, >ectlon, was visiting Miss Elizabeth L. C. Smith Tuesday. best controlled by tobacco extracts!!!, Dr. Wilmon Newell, director of the year more morale West by T. M. H..n hUlldln" th.

.:1frs. Jean Gaskins and family.Mr. Harnage and Mrs. T. N. Nor Mesdames C. B. Roberts and F. such as nicotine sulphate. This Agricultural Extension Service of honest confidence than for several O.alley 8., &on F.the Ry.East, on by the 111 North by and an
and toot
Securities
and Mrs. Charlie Crews and man Saturday afternoon.A M. Griffin were visitors to Starke may be applied either as a dust the University of Florida. years past. This I. the property upon whir'ellr;
'
rfchlldren of Jacksonville were visiting large crowd attended the> musical Thursday.Mr. mixed with lime or a liquid spray. The Extension Service is now actively commodities, of late, have shown .the situated A. A and Du..den I. designated store' building I.
considerable and the fact In
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mur- given at the home of Mr. and Duff Abernathy left Fridayfor Dusting will be much quicker but demonstrating better farmIng strength decree as "Property Number 8.-Bald
It will take of the material.A and home making in 1,038 com- that depression has forced on Industry will be offered for salt and and I
Thea: and Mrs. J. I. Gaskins Fri Mrs. T. N. Norman Wednesday Montgomery, Ala., to resume more Ject to taxes and sold BUb. I
dust is munities and 17,180 farms a new meaning of efficiency subject to th.'i
day.: night. his work. good made by thoroughly reaching certain mortgage recorded In Mnrt.l
A large crowd from here attend- Mr. W. II. Carter Is spending a Mrs. Etta Reynolds attended mixing three and three-fourths farms and 10,076 homes. During should cause earnings to Jump fact I Rage Book 7 on pare (17

a ell Church at Evergreen Saturday while with his son, W. J. Carter of church at Rock Sunday. pounds of nicotine sulphate with last year 11,778 demonstration when the turn comes. Florida.Publlo Records of Bradford County'I

1tJ night and Sunday. Dukes Station.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Murrhee of 50 pounds of hydrated lime. The meetings were held with a total at- That the said properties. Number 1 1

,j Due to the unusually warm and Mrs. R. Conner of Vanderbilt Tampa were visiting relatives over mixing must be thorough. It tendance of 220,000. Two hundred Miami Beach-Roney Plaza Ho- and ale and I aforesaid sold separately shall be at offered said foil I

:weather people here are gathering were the guests of her slater the week-end. should be done In a barrel riggedup and nine farm and home tours were tel opened 'for winter aeason.IIP or so much thereof as Is essential Bale tj I

quite a few nice ripe strawberries. Mrs. P. D. Reddish Sunday.Mr. for this purpose (See Bulletin held with 14,388 persons making satisfy said final E. K.decree.PERIIYMAX! I

i Sure helps these hard times; and and Mrs. Arthur Kinghorn 67, Fla. Agri. Ext. Service). This them, and 40,000 attended achieve SpecIal 1I1?'le',

I ;we hope everybody will make a and family of Jacksonville spent I dust should be applied In the beat ment days. The present staff of OVNERVI -..:. .... KNIGHT Solicitors oil for KNIGHT Complainant., Starke FIa,

I, successful crop of berries this Saturday night and Sunday here STRAWBERRY PRODUCTIONBy of a good, warm day and when the 65 county and home demonstration 1-37-21-8-3. '

i'", spring' and help to bring prosperity with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. A. N. Brooks, J. R. Wat- wind la not blowing. A somewhat agents and 26 state specialists and NOTICE OF SPECIAL I

I' back to the farmers. son and Harold Mowry cheaper dust can be made by using supervisors could not reach nearlythe SALE MASTER'S I

fi .1, 'We are very glad to know little free nicotine instead of nicotine number they now reach wereIt Notice I. hereby g-l-ven. that under I

V Kenneth Thompson la Improvingafter Earwigs sulphate. In this case use only two not for the planning and supervision decree and pursuant of foreclosure to that and certain sale final '

r. several weeks' illness with RISING pounds of free nicotine in 50 1 of the local leaders. Dr. on] the 15th day December, A.mad D |L i

:a' diphtheria and pneumonia. pounds of dust. Newell explained.Thus 19S2 and entered In the Circuit!
These dark colored insects witha
Court
i Mr. II. M. illeR... Cor. of Bradford county Florida I
Several of the folks around here pair of plncher-llke organs on If, the spray Is used, one part of the Extension Service Is that certain cause therein pending In I a

t are suffering from attacks of flu. the end of the body are often very I nicotine sulphate should be used working with a large number of ant wherein and Austin H. C. Cary I* Complain.Carlyi.l]

I' We're In hopes everybody will soon This community was saddenedto abundant in low grounds. They to 600 parts of,water, and to every county councils and<< local clubs Peek and Ilva Peek Eldrldg-a, his wife; ; M. E.|

l' be well again. hear of the death of Rev. S. B. feed on the roots of the plants and 50 gallons, three or four pounds of composed of farmers and farm fly Edwards, a widow: Cornelia Pneltl

+ f g >' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Proctor of Lake Butler. A large often come out at night and feed soap should be added to make it women and each of which Is an 4 Clara Longa Peek widow, his i Julian wife)L.Lois Peek Peek and I I

z r.. -Palm Valley, were visiting rela- number of people of this section on the foliage an berries. The spread and stick better, or the organization within itself. The details A husband ferryman and E. K. Perryman, her !

f; Hives here last week. attended the funeral Sunday. poisoned bran bait recommendedfor nicotine sulphate may be added to of bettering the communityfall James H.; Hitch Isabel, her Peek husband Hitch; J.aim\v

r' > Mrs. Sallle Blackwelder of Dukes Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Crosby and grasshoppers Is perhaps the the bordeaux mixture. A cheaper to the local leader who looks Andrews, Lolse Peek Sayles and B.

? :is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. children attended church at The- best means of control. spray can be made by using to the county and home demonstration F.Peek Hayles and, Myra her huaband Peek, his; Sinclair wife; W I..

;} Crawford. Mrs. Blackwelder expects resin Sunday. some of the better spreaders on agents for expert advice. In E. Torode and Pauline Toro ..

r ': to remain here during berry Miss Ida Mae Norman of Vanderbilt Several species Fl Beetles of flea beetles the market. By the use of penetrolone spite of reduced expenses, the ministrator wife; and Sinclair of the I Corner* Peek L.P as'Ad.. .

r i season. section was a dinner guestof can cut down the nicotine sulphate agents are being called on more deceased, are Defendants. I will I I
Miss Ida Mae Lewis Sunday.Mr. more especially the strawberry flea to as low as 1 part In 3,000. than ever before. This the local TO in work sell at public outcry for cash to the
and beetle, Haltlca ignlta, a yellow- your ear highest bidder at the front door .r
.
John W.
Buddlngton Derris or pyrethrum compoundsmay leaders realize, and with more ex- the County
,j, bronze Insect about 1-5 Inch long, every nerve at Ugh tension. courthouse In Starke.
daughters, Misses Gwendolyn and attacks be used instead of nicotine perience and training they are tak- No wonder you snap at the wife the Bradford legal County, Florida, during
"I HAMPTON Ernestine of Bradford, R. I., are strawberry leaves, eating and bark children. hours of Pale cm the 6111
at the
round holes In them. sulphate, or pyrethrum. ing more responsibility in extend- day ,of March, A. U. 1833, those.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mc W a t; e h out I Overworked piece of
Negro Bugs or Burrow Bugs ing the work for the financial and frt property situate
j I I. III. Ada llmmo C..r.i Control-The: best control for oerres may lead to Sleeplessness Bradford County, Florida, and
Theae social
4} Rae.Mrs. are small, roundish, shiny betterment of their respec- described as follows: .
c: -i Walter Edmondson of these insects Is to spray the plants black bugs which are sometimes tive communities.Care Nervous: Headache, Kef** S }, I Red Cross Organization Starke Is spending a few days herewith with bordeaux, to each CO gallons found la ms Indigestion d boat af South Range 22 East. and Ntt of Jf'i'
damaging the roots of straw- taken in selecting the
of .
other NK4! also described
t A Red Cross disturbance. as NU,
chapter that has unpleasant nf
of which
,c Mr and Mrs. R. Crosby. a pound of lead arsenate berries or they may attack the leaders, and then special attemptsare Why don't; try Dr. MIlea* NT4 of Lots 1 and 3 In .rtlon"' u
+ pledged itself to the support of the has been added. you Township 4
If the South
Miss Melba Crosby, Miss EInor attack occurs berries Range ti East
Red Cross whose juices they suck. made to train them Dr. Newell Bff rreeee.t Nervine Tablets K. H. HUMPHRYS.
chapter was organized -
lCounty; Conner and Miss Veralee Lewis during the picking season, They have a very nauseous odor, said. Last year 457 local leader- Just one in a half claw atwater Special Master In Cha.nc..ry.
r ", here last Friday evening. were visiting relatives and friendsat the use of arsenic In any form suggesting that of bedbugs. The ship training schools were held makes a pleasant spark FRED M. BURNS,
; 'omplalnant'
:Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke, very Theressa Sunday.Mr. should be avoided. A good insecticide flog drink deBghtf Dy soothing Solicitor
: adult bugs are about 1-2 Inch long. with an attendance of 4,107, most 1-27-Iit-S-U.
kindly presided over the meeting and Mrs. H. M. McRae and to use under those circumstances The middle piece of the back Is of the leaders attending two of to over-taxed nerves.D .
explaining the duties of the olrlI would be *. IfBea' NerrfaM Is mowaside
of the
children and Mr. John W. Budding- one pyre-
; > enlarged so that it covers the en- the schools. A large number of In two forma and.effervescent NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ers. thrum -Liquid
t ton and daughters, Gwendolyn and compounds. tire abdomen, which makes the Insect the local leaders received their Tablet. Both barsthe TAX DEED
t : The following officers were elect- One of the favorite food Notice ls hereby given that Carl
Ernestine and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. plantsof
ed for the look more like a beetle thana first training in the 4-H clubs of aamo seething .< 1 ensuing year: President, McRae were visiting Mr. and Mrs this beetle Is the ornamental, their No. 270, 7th day of July. A.
.i 1 bug; the sucking mouth parts, communities. Of the225 local 'I'" at; your drug store D. 1930,
'Mess L. A. Johns; Vice President, T. N.Norman in Hellbronn section crape myrtle. This plant should has filed said< certificate In my ot-
however., readily distinguish it as leaders for 4-H club boys at flee and made application for
Mrs. P. B..Iiuat tax
: 2nd Vice President
; not be ,,
Monday. grown In close proximityto a bug. present 106 are former 4-H mem 0 WI I $ deed to Issue. thereon In accordance

,;$ Mrs. O. L-Harrison; Secre Horace Barnes of Dothan, Ala! a strawberry bed, or at least it Control:_A spray of crude car- bers. Almost as good a record Is rC with law. Said certificate embrace -
the following
: a:;1 tary, Mrs. :M., C. Sweeney; Trees ..15 visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L.3arnes. should be watched closely duringthe bolic acid, a tablespoonful to two shown by the girls, with alumnae4H G erty situated In Bradford described County prop-,
{ : urer, Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. spring and sprayed with lead Florida to-wit:
gallons of water has been clubs in several :
foundto counties.
Lots 20 21 In .
A drive'will .XJtl'E Wnodlawn In Secac
membership .1'N
cong .
f arsenate in cage the beetles appear be very effective In driving these tlon U, lfwp' S. R. East III-
tlnue the'week.
throughout The on it. re*.
yv t fcHa.pter voted to have a meeting bugs away; but If they occur dur- The assessment of said property
ca Cowpea Pod Weevil ing the picking season It shouldbe SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE under the said certificate Issued was
next Friday afternoon at 4 HIGHLAND ZIFF In
the
lc.- name of J. A. Aspergren.
Chalcodermus Aeneus applied just after the berries Hereby notice I* given thatunderand Unless said
o'clock. The regular meetings will 1- I certificate shall be re
t
by virtue of that certain final
*r tie held every third Friday at four M. E. Crews, Cor. This black weevil about the size have. been picked. Miss L.U Mae Lewis. Cor 1 decree of foreclosure and sale entered deemed will Issue according thereon law, tax deed
), h *, : o'clock. of a boll weevil is a very general The. End by the Hon. 'A. Z. Adklns, of January, A. D. 1938.on the' SOth day
i feeder and sometimes in the Judge of tho 26th Judicial Circuit Dated this mh
early day December
;. :Mrs. W. B. Alexander was unanImously Services were held here Satur- of Florida, In and for Bradford A. D. 1932.Seal ,
Mrs. _
:r; elected district Gladys Wilkinson spent spring attacks the strawberry HOME GARDENING OVER County In Chancery, In that certain ( ) a. .
ALDERMAN
/ supervisor Tuesday In Lawtey with relatives plants. If the attack does not occur NATION CAUSING LESS day and Sunday by Reverend foreclosure case In which Bank of Clerk of Circuit Court
for the
; chapter Johns of Graham. Starke, a corporation. In Complainant -
", From the several Mrs. Verdle Barker was the during the picking season, a DEMAND TRUCK CROPS and A. A. Durden, Ouosle Dur- 1II-80-lIt-l-I7 Bradford, COllty, Florida
names suggested guest of Mrs. Max Carter Satur spray with lead arsenate will afford Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jackson- den and other are defendants, the
s' for the new organization, yllle., spent Sunday here with his undersigned will, on Monday, the JVOTICH OF APPLICATION FOIl
% the day.Some protection. If the attack does Home gardening In eastern and 6t"day of A. D. 1933, sell
name Workers"
"Loyal TAX
was se- parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. FebruarYJ DEED
f '9ected.fi of the traveling men of occur during the picking season, central States has already reducedthe to the er for ca.h In Notice I I. hereby given, that Dr.
Mr. R. B. Thomas was visiting front of the South door of the courthouse 8.
Jacksonville were transacting business the best plan Is to go through the demand for P. Vandlvlere, holder of part tax
commerciallygrown his sister Mrs. Delatha Starling of In Starke. Bradford ::'.n\rl\ certificate No. 228, Ctri day of August -
here this week Including: W. patch In the
early morning when truck crops, it ia believedby Florida, during the legal A. D. 1929, has filed said
Mrs. J. B. Mrs. certlflcate -
r Ackley, Rose A. J. Bailey, C. C. Cannon, Ed May- the weevils are sluggish and, with marketing specialists of the Alachua Sunday morning. Male thereon, the following described In my office and made ap-
Watson, and Rev; and Mrs. Crlch- Mr. and Mrs. Frank of land. all lying and being In Brad- plication for tax deed to
Douglas Issue thereon
cumber, O. Davis, John Lord Write the hand -
attended or a stick, knock the Bureau of Agricultural Economics. ford County Florida, to-wit In accordance with law. Salt
: low. preaching at th Reid. J. L. Brlgga and H. Ford. beetles off into a flat dish containing U. S. Department of Agriculture.The Hawthorn attended church at Rock Beginning 166 yards east of the certificate embraces the following
h Waldo Methodist Northwest of \
f Church last Sun Saturday.Mr. corner the Northeaetquarter described
property situated In
Mrs. W. A. Bessent of Brad
Starke
a little kerosene
In the bottom.
bureau has no statistics on of the Northeast quarter In ford
i. 1 Hay morning. spent Tuesday here the guest of. Aphids the quantity of food produced in and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Gra- Section 30, Township 7 South, Range EW of County SW\%,of Florida SBM\ ,and to-wit S%:of SE'
,1 'Supti A. Grlffls: and fatally, of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and family The ham spent Wednesday and Sun- 22 Kant, thence running East eighty- ,of SEU\ Section .... Twp.. 68. R. 2i:
strawberry aphid. Aphis for- home gardens, but it is known that two and one-third yards. thence East. containing
$ Starke were the guests of Rev. F. day here with acres.
their Mr.
C. M. Orlffls was a business visItor best Weed, sometimes attacks rail shipments of fresh fruits and parents running South one hundred .eventy- The assessment of
tf ,:M.1 Taylor and family last Sunday. to Starke Tuesday.J. strawberry Purvis Lewis .**g|| elx yards, thence running Went ,under the said tI ct'.11.Pu":1: was
plants the
sucking vegetables last
J| Mrs. C. EL Harper and Mrs. P. sap year were markedly Mr. eighty three and one-third yards i In the name of Brtvard
and Mrs. R. B. Thomas Properties
/ l+ Butts was In Jacksonville from the roots. It can be controlled below those of 1931. Some of the spent thence run to point of beginning and :Company.,
B. Hunt were business visitors to containing three ... '
acre. more of 1. Unless said
I F ,jp j Starke this week. Saturday. by punching moles slantingly decrease Is accounted for by increased "A great deal of 'live at home' That the above lands are to be according certificate to law shall, tax be deed redeemed -
G. P. Qrlffls and J. W. Grlffls under the plants and offered for sale and sold subject .
pouring in a transportation by motor only will Issue thereon
farming be on the JSrd day
i:, Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of may expected so long to taxes unpaid ,
thereon and la desIgnated
business of January
; were transacting In Law tablespoonful A. D. 1938.
or so of carbon bi truck, but no inconsiderable
part as the present general levelor In said decree
prive as "Property Dated
Starke were visiting here this this 18th day of December,
t r + s tey Tuesday. sulphide. The hole should be sev of the reduction is attributed to anything closely approaching Number/ 1". .\.. D. 1983.
week. Mrs. N. T. Green and children of eral Inches from the Also, Lot. 17, IS It and 80 In O. VT. ALDERMAN,
plant but lessened "
,
consumer buying on account it remains, says Wells A. Sherman Block 14, according to the Knsey Seal
; Miss Ruth Williams who lsj ( ) Clerk of Circuit Court
;; Starke, spent Tuesday here with both the distance from
the of Survey of Hampton,
plant home gardening. of the bureau. .. .. ....Florida.. .except_ Bradford. County. Florida.
; teaching in the Rising School, -- _n.__no' n'-. '--.n"..- .Ih. LI .. -

ly* -irpent eats, :Mr."the and week-end Mrs. J.with L. Williams.her par !I < THETMAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" ---m-tl; L. ;:. Van Zetm I Iiluily

V Mr. A. L. and C. Sullivan of The- *

/<. resin mother were Mrs.the'Josephine' guests of Sullivan their JU HO MATTER HOW NOU J. 'POE You '- i r7he Za24 & ,zz j'V M ... e.I ..

'last Sunday. !! 1 TAKE fl. LUKE MERE TMlflK THAT'SA yt "'' M
I 1 GET h *
FUNMY YbIIR #
STBEET'SCHRISTMAS' ALWAYi HIT* THE "
The Santa Fe River Association MAIN .,; CRACK rMASADNI
will convene with the First Bap. 'LIAlI: (j NE'W PAPER NAiL ON copy 1N

,4tlst Church of Hampton next Sun- MAIN ST, THE HEAD i 'TdDAY. / $Ij r er O PPO "
-
wday. Jan. 28th with an all day serVIce 'SET YOUR XMAS HAIR'I

: and dinner on the grounds.SAXTON GENE DOG GRAVES DRUG STORE ; BEFORE soMfCS4E
L STORE
; .e ,,Qr I IS COMING I SHOP Tfirrt4 'you.

r,i .jIf 0 XMA4 IfTS j.y r :
4 4
t I i CHRISTMAS o itttY 1 wa Iris ,

.1 ACTIVE SIGN? OF SudGESTidri5 rlCf
/ )
Miss Viola Tyler, Cor. t a'
t CHRISTMAS APPEAReD !b kti NASA
PAPA' ;
cl
ON MAIN STREET Tb-( .
l Rev. John Sellers of Jacksonville XMASirr' StSG1 / XMAS r

attended church at Saxton Sunday DAY WEM THE LOCAL HOPPiN6 0 4i 1.IC eaoTte Iii AD$

night. MERCHANTS TftOOPEDT& Z ty Z00. A COP yEARCI

Mrs. W. A. Tyler and family : THE DAILY BUZZ t IpVEQr CAND ( PEf25CRIPTIONSovr

were visiting Mrs. O. L. Brown of
!n. 'c' Double'Run Thursday. OFFICE WITH THE IQ. 3 (

Miss Viola and Gean Tyler were HOLIDAY ADVERTiSING -

::' visiting Miss Nellie Johns of | COPY.

,; (I'' ''Double Run Saturday. ail'. HIL t i --. ---j LE Wolf 1,_

fi Misses Freda and Boots Brown
I'rL'l and Melfle and Lois Judd of DORQTHY DARMT
I Charles McManusNE I
: m. Double Run attended church at By

I Saxton Sunday morning.

.,,- BOSS I 15 clot; To ILL
I k TAKE ME HONTINCLIKS UP ON MX NOVOEE

adjcor 1 ToCOToO- MIDPRAC E UPs1MioMO'YfINC
DOUBLE RUN aics sa

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Mrs. Ina Skipper. Mrs. Adam
4t"
; Andrews and daughters, Alma and ,

t" ;.,.' Ida Mae of Lake Butler were In }r

Dlr I, this section ,Saturday afternoon. ( fur.

in "'" Mrs. W. A.- Tyler of Saxton was

carii;i ;J visiting her mother, Mrs. O. L. i.

.', Brown Thursday. {{ r
'; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon were i rI ...

: guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. I
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193 fl i '\,, Brown Sunday, i

js Misses Gean and Viola Tyler .;_. ..
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to rcoa were guests of Miss Willie Mae _pr-vs7.'- .t'q + -
e9
Johns Saturday. ..e.e

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niDAY, JANUARY 2 T, I9S3 BRADFORD COUNTY) TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGIa TIiR2J. :

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TilE JUNIORSThe ELEVEN B FIFTH (GRADE HONOR ROLL I


Junior debate on "Inter- Last week by mistake S. R. Billy Jackson-, Elton McKlnney, .tr r i i I I I

J. }L S. JOURNAL scholastic Athletics," was carried Johns' name was omitted from the Tom Mersereau, Emmett Perry- I i .,

out very effectively. Talk about honor roll. man, W. S. Rivers, Ralph Rhodes, I } ,
being Democratic this debate certainly We are sorry that one of our Jesse Ricks Tommy Hitch, Billy;
. was. In the first class In- pupils Rhoda Zeigler, is absent Silcox, Juanita Barefoot, Ruby .j',' i '(,
terscholabtio Athletics as at Present from school. We hope that she Conner, Jean Davis, Cleone Ed- }I. '

Edltor-ln-Chlef BASKETBALL REVUE FIFTH GRADE NEWS OUR LETTER BOX Conducted ts Detrimental but will soon return. mondson, Margaret Lowry, Mary; '- :
:; HOP}!] HATNES in the second class It is not detri The Juniors extend a cordial Invitation Rivers, Ruth Wyman, Derlll Lee. '1" J I

; Managing Editor (By Lester Schnell) We have a new pupil W. T. Hill The following letters were written mental. Both Bides In each class to their parents and I" ,'

I, DREDGE ROBINSON The first two games of the B. H. from Jacksonville. We are very by eleventh and twelfth grade gave many good points. We are friends to attend assembly program NINTH GRADE HONOR ROLL ,,, :
" S. basketball season were scheduled glad to have him. students in response to calls for planning to have this debate be- Friday morning 9:3: -10:2S.: .r, : .
'' Exchange Editor for this week. The first one Joe Ricks celebrated his eleventh Informal arguments \In the form fore assembly and later in the In- Several of the radio stars and Section A: Lillian Sternberg \'r. i I"'"'

:: ABBIE HARLEY Wednesday afternoon, January 25, birthday Friday, January 20 of letters in their English work: terscholaatlo contest. teachers will be Impersonated at Peggy Turnbull, Elaine Wynn ; .' j, : /I ;
ti Literary Editor at 3:30: o'clock. This game was Our boys played three games of We are all glad to have George this time. Section B: Lois Judd. r '. I 'i i'I '
I. LUCILLE EDWARDS: scheduled between the Green Cove baseball. last week; one with the Starke, Fla., Jan 10, 1933. Arwood back with us this week as I' :,,1 :

14 14 Springs and Bradford girls and to sixth grade and two with Miss I Florida Athletic Association, he was one of the victims of the SOCIETY NEWS Expectations are for better grain r ,,: 3

Sports Editor be played on the city court here. Str ckland's fifth grade. We won Gainesville, Fla. flu. prices in 1933 unless production Is I"" ,; .
ai I
i JOHN INMAN This Is a return engagement, the all three of them.* Gentlemen: We are going to discuss etiquettein We have three! new students in heavily Increased. The winter ... I '

ue; Society Editor two teams having met on the I It has been a discussion as to our home room two or three the high school: Namely Bobble wheat crops is forecast at 400,000000 ,- ; !

Y. JOYCE MAST Green Cove court last October IDa Our Baseball Game whether or not football should be days a week, taking up some of Conoly, Ellen Wiggins and Virginia bushels smallest sowing sine. '

i pre-season game with the Bradford (With apologizes to High School) abolished in the small high schools. the most Important things of whichwe Wiggins. 1923. The cotton crop is expected' i" ,
" Class Reporters High girls emerging as the Tom Meraereau hit the ball My opinion Is, that football should be reminded. Pauline Priest visited In Cedar to total 24,000,000 bales, smallest 4
Jennie Dunn
to'. 12th Grade,Bunnie I victors In a close contest. It went across the field. should be abolished in the small The Junior class has charge of Key, High Springs and Gulf Ham In five years )'
Canova
, llth Grade Again on Friday, January 28 the Raleigh Strickland looked for the high schools. I the assembly program this week. mock Sunday "' :

Marjorie Stumper local court will be the scene of a ball The small high school, in the i' We hope that we will be as suc Genevieve Kenly spent the dayIn
Grade Louise Snyder9th
10th Grade, Hazel. Lennon double engagement. The boys and And rolled down a hill. first place, has to deprive itself of cessful as the Seniors were' last Palatka Saturday. SAVE JOHN RUSKIN I f
,
girls from Waldo will journey here Then Horace Varnes went: for the some things, such as books and week, as everyone enjoyed their Billy Parker and John Andrews ie.CAR; BAND'Sgfl i
- Joke Editors to meet the B. H. S. .boys' and ball better school equipment in orderto program so much. visited in Lawtey Sunday night. [ ,

"'e CLYDE MORGAN I girls' basketball teams. This will But that time he failed; raise money enough to equip a Marjorie Stump was In Jacksonville .

''er"I : be the first game for the boys' He split his head and broke his football team. HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT Sunday. Ask your dealer''' ::1

B. It S. DAY BY DAY i quintet under Coach Larson. Let arm The small high school Is usually .- for new Premium! : '
D I us hope that he has developed some As over the hill he fell.Ralph. a consolidated school and the Some people powder their faces LITERARY NEWS k. "

I'I (With apologizes to O. O. wizards jof the court to start the I Ii Rhodes largest part of the players on the and forget to wash their neck? Catalog. MoreiIlnvnnn I: I

's McIntyre) i 1933 season. I team live out of town or a great Some others polish: their fingernails Debates debates! Everybody is rC'tt toq4 q4"

I. The two sections of the Junior The first game Is expected to get Spring distance from the school. When and forget to brush their working-some to enter the state l : '
r: awe are getting up an assembly under way at 3:30 o'clock. (Spring Is talking to the cedar they are required to practice almost I teeth? contest others to keep out of It. >npco is noW'

ok ogram together this time. Blgr tree.) every afternoon and then I The Juniors like to debate? The subject for the debate is: "In- used In JOHN"RUSKIN.maklng tli "d

k >r and better than ever. HONOR ROLL 2A AND 3A walk home, or get home any other Mr. Gray Is always busy? terscholastlc Athletics as at Present "
.r We bad visitors last week. Sunny Oh, Mr Greatful Cedar Tree, way they can, they are too tired to The floor of the study hall Is always Conducted are Detrimental." I

y v ell and Margaret Plnkoson of I 3A: Sara Bullock, L'Etta Cor- You do forever stare at me! spend as much time on their school clean? We hope that a representativefrom It the grentesf I' .. 1
6. alnesvtlle gave Bradford Hi a pening, Cleone Klnchen Louise 'I Can't you realize can't you see work as they should and therefore The reading table In the library our school will be able to win } I ,
;t eak. Stern Julia Winkler, Edward I That I will not forever be? they come to class with unfinished Is the most frequented place In the state contest. There will be h, cigar value at5c. i j vj f

"II How do you all like those oral Barnes, Marian Crews Leon Dixon, -Jean Davis assignments.When school contests In History, English, Math Smoke the ale .t, .. <
k hysical ed tests? Othma Griffis, Davis Gassett, M. The shrubbery in front of the ematics, also. "
II The charter members of the new :C. Thomas. SEVENTH GRADE the player goes out on the school building is not growing as 16 you prefer (,'; :!! J
field be has
Idea that
no he
igh school club were entertained I 2A: Carrie Belle Bennett Carolyn injured for life or maybe killed.mightbe it should? JOKES!' ;4 J 1L & Perfecto Extra or ,'f : i r
spaghetti Friday night Green For the second semester, Billy There is no paper on the ) \ '
e t a supper Violet Johnson, Ellen And in the small high school the campus \ Fanetela. b J
e y Kat Haynes and Lula Regrave. ',Mersereau, Wordolph Johns Long was appointed president of Instructor after lunch? Mr. Morrow: "Now, Ivan, If Mal '
Instructors ,7,
or will
.e hey organized the club and what The 2A grade Is now promotedto the class, Patsy Edmondson, vice the boys to play football encourage colm gave you a dog and I gave '; 4; ." ,
u quiet time they had? Everyone 3B work and the 3A grade is president and Reese Bradley, sec- when NINTH GRADE NEWS you a dog how many dogs would '
one gets Injured and he has 1f 1\\
'id different ideas that could bee now doing 4B work. retary and treasurer. you have" NOW ;g't
no to his doctor
, cried out and they all told them I The 4B grade Is enjoying study- Grade. Pitzer has quit school and the money school hasn't pay bill Virginia Wiggins has enrolled in Ivan Hazen; "Four." Jl
enough to f
,l t the same time! Nuff sed! Ing about the continents and their has gone to Penney Farms school. money the Ninth A section. She Is from Mr. Morrow; "Think hard. Would : I
,d ongratulatlons, Seniors, for your Inhabitants and just at present we I Armonds Marlowe and J. B. help Improper him attention out. Therefore which he gets result l Keystone: Heights and we hope she you have four If Malcolm and I MORE HAVANA t ;l .: .

iccessful assembly program. Ev- are planning a trip to the Begllan Strickland were absent Monday. in death.I may will like this school better than each gave you one?" ; ,
1. yone enjoyed it a lot. Congo. Vernle Phillips has charge of the any she has ever attended. Ivan Hazen "Yes-sir you see, I zhrnwaas _
Mr. Gray can surely lead songs Our attendance has been very bulletin board for the seventh hope you will give this matter Section A now has a total of got two dogs at home now." t'y

nn't be? Better watch out Mrs. good since the weather has been grade. very careful consideration for the eleven pupils, while B has twenty-
: .'all you have some competition better and we are hoping to keep Willis Smith is class reporter, betterment of the,''high schools nine. Mrs. Carpenter: "How do you 9eh9 MILDCJolm y. ',
i wI"t :It good. Roswell Noegel is assistant report. of the state.Very Virginia Brantley left Fridayfor get along with your students?"

You'd think the depression was Davis Gassett of the 4B grade er. truly yours, her new home in North Georgia Mrs. Long: "I sometimes wonder t.

'S 'er at the rate everybody's buy- made two nice flower boxes for our Harry L. Tyson. myself." .'
? g candy-but it's only penny windows' and we hope to have The Beauty of Starke In 2050 It seems as If the Freshmen I .

* HIiby Ruth's. something lovely growing in themin The following Is a theme writtenby Starke, Fla., Jan. 8. 1933. can't remember that children TENTH GRADE HONOR ROLL

* The fifth period physical ed class a few days. Billy Powell: Senator Duncan U. Fletcher., should be seen and not heard. Rush in ..
'. title on a hike decided that their We had several visitors last In Starke we have beautiful Washington, D. C. Judging from the knots which I Edward Wainwright, Anita 1

" otto would be, "I'd walk a miler week and were delighted to have park which covers four blocks and Dear Sir: are being tied this week It would Wainwright, Louise Kite, Ruby CIGARS SATISFY: .
. some water!I" has a pool with big gold-fish In It. May I ask that you favor the seem as !If the boys were interestedin Shaw, Jlmmle Moore Martha Pow
" 11 them.Mrs. passing of the Lame Duck Amendment ell, Dorothy Sapp Leecy Fogg, ;t
] Imagine It-we've only justy R. F. Demorest, teacher. It also has a statue In the middleof Scout work. r
||)arted having debates! Our first it with water-plants all aroundit. ?! think the majority of the Lewis Davis Is now news 'report.er Louise Snyder. r. m
''S rmal occurred What people throughout the State are In for the ninth .* 1
one Monday. grade.
LOW FIRST The statue is of Billy Powell '
. all those Others? favor of its being passed.I ". No
Ii ere prellmlOCP who died In 1999. He was a very don't think that a senator or FIRST I t'other Longer lakes All. ;9
rlellT LOW HONOR ROLL
y The low first grade pupils are promlent statesman. Everyone remembers "
I very sorry to lose two of their lit this noble man and ,representative should be allowedthe v"
", ; FOR UNDERNOURISHED privilege of serving In the government Charles Olin Jr. the Night Life for Himself '
Jones
tle pupils, Alice Brantley movedto speaks of him with the greatest re- White ,
.
after he has been defeated .
Marjorie Davis Esther
Georgia and little Charline Pit- spect. Mary
'... Soup is being given to the un- zer Is going to school at Penney Other places of beauty in this for he may be unjust to his Crews J. A. Martinez Marie Dixon iI'J
rnourlshed children In the lower Farms. city are the large libraries with people, because they would not re- Lola Tyler, Jerry Bouvier, Harold -

4 ades This is being sponsored i The> little folks with the aid of their many books of great Interest elect him to the office. i Prevatt Jack Dyal, Lucille v )
1 1r
v the P. T. A., friends and cafes. their teacher have finished a sand- and also the beautiful theatres The people don't want the defeated Bowers. Miss Olive Ray teacher i

'. There are four gallons distribute table project which goes with their one of which is said to be the best man to serve them or they e

|I each day among the children. reading, the project is a "Circus"and In Florida. It covers one block, would have re-elected him to the SIXTH GRADE
. his is a worthwhile undertaking and is said to I office. It Is like having someone
we invite all the other little have cost three million
: lid anyone wishing to make con- boys and girls and teachers, in to dollars. As for our schools I. working for you and you find fault We have bought a supplementary .

t Ibutlons may communicate with see It. I I they are superior to any in the with them and discharge them; reader, The El son-Gray, to I iii
S Irs. E. K. Perryman or Miss .. then and let them stay with you
. state. Not only are the buildingsof use in our reading class. We are
|adge Middleton. ROBERT JACKSON WINNERWe until they destroy what you have.
great beauty, but the groundsare enjoying it very much
. also picturesque. The defeated man may help to We are making door stops. ComeIn
ilGII FOURTH GRADE REPORT a bill in that his
I are glad to announce that It is a great pleasure to hear pass Congress and look at them when we fin.
I We are sorry to lose two of our 1 Robert Jackson Is the winner of and see the school band playing people would not want passed and 'ish.

.. pUll, Mary Belle Howard moved the watch for selling the most before one of the football games. that would do his State harm. Heplight Learn from Blunders
Lawtey and Melvin Wiggins candy of any one in the school. We have churches of all denom keep a bill from passing Mrs. Boree: In which of his bat J tR" d9p' 'Dd ,

i I loved out in the country. Lillian Moseley was right behind inations. Most: of them are. built that would do his State good, by tles was Alexander the Great killed .
'/' Robert Sullivan and Alex Blake him, but we thank her just the of marble. It Is a beautiful picture voting against it. He is not the ?

. Ime back to school Monday after same. Better luck next time. when the azaleas around the man that the people want, and he Etta Fae: I think It must have 7 -

tag sick for a week. I Thanks to everyone else that help church are In bloom. is not favoring them as they de- been his last. f fi
. [(Several pupils were absent Mon- ed and also those that bought All in all this is a nice palace sire or he would have been re- .iq A.Saf
I
. elected.I .
y. candy. for anyone to live. EIGHTH GRADE
hope you will see both sides of
the Lame Duck Amendment and
SCHOOL DWIG'J favor it as your people want you Last Thursday our home room i
DAYS By to do so. was honored by a visit from Mr. z
Hinson the school
Yours very truly, high Inspector.
Ivan Hazen. Mr. Hinson was greatly pleased
I with the "National Gazette" a
.
newspaper published by our class
SOPHOMORE DEBATES In the style of 1820. He complimented

the class on having worked
The Sophomore class debated out an original project. We hopehe

------.,, I GREAT .,"05''C1c'\t I ) T last Monday on the following sub- comes again. We want him to ,
\J ject: Resolved, "That Interschol- of the War
__ ote. tee! our "Encyclopedia
_____ SEE Tt\e. OURnO astir Athletics, as at Present Con Between the States," and our sci-

% OiE5i t : \tI\\'f\\ OioNr4o' ; ducted, Are Detrimental." lence scrap book.SENIOR.

TeLt'la T 6"fT 1 S Eng. A .
Affirmative 'Negative NEWS

Ira \\'M1a4-' -. ( HERE'! Group t:
;
O\A\ SPe.Ci t. 7b Sumter Harley Jimmy Moore The Seniors had charge of the
r, Frances Hemingway Par- for
Billy program assembly Friday.
ee A Mint P.e.AD ker vlIKE T, &
They entertained with the following
fL ) Harvey Shaw Herbert Packham : a TDAV.A

Decision tie, 4-4. Song "Juanita" by Ruth Rowe, i
__ Affirmative Negative Joyce Mast and Dollle Dinkins. f 1F ;= = .ta: ; t tliltt;

: _-_. l Group II Piano Duet by Dollie Dinkins MIOIIH411'11011 as ,.1. It sea. 4rraar with; t hr MJvIJ- \thI..hwr. lr,.,,p.pi ""W..IIIllitI
Grace Adkins
1// Keefee Harrell and Abble Harley
Mary E. Wynn Leslie Biggs Two readings by Genevieve Ken-
"The lack of formality has taken
Mary L. Torode Percy Sullivan I America Becoming a
ly.Last the starch out of our manners but
Decision negative, 53. but not least, a skit "Let Family Nation, Mike the freedom of informality has

I, i Judges: Pauline Priest, Mar. George Do It," by Clyde Morgan, !I Landau Famous Musician made things: much more charming
guerlte Prevatt, Jessie Dennison. Margaret WIlliams Ruth Rowe, "The daily press to the contrary
Eng. II B. Harry Tyson and John Inman. Declares we are really becoming more and
Affirmative Negative I more of a family nation. We are
to take all of our enjoyments
Group I Genevieve Kenly went to Palatka York Clty.-Nlght clubs getting
New
,... en famille. Father no.Ionic-.
II I S 1 : ) Myra Frink Robert Chapman Saturday and got a "ringlet." are family affairs these days, or er has all the good times to him
Edna Harrison Elizabeth Hoi Hope Haynes bas been absent rather, nights. In the nineties, only self. The motor car, the dance
llngsworth from school for a day or two and the four hundred and bachelors craze, and golf links have done the
.
., Dorothy Sapp Blake Jackson all hope she comes back. frequented de luxe restaurants.Now most to bring this about.
to and the whole
:&. > .. \ Decision, negative, 11-6. We are glad to have Pearl Mc- family, ma celebrate and pa their birthdays "The.requests for music differ,
too from those of the old days.
*' Affirmative Negative Earchen back with us after a few and wedding anniversaries and do ,
hardly everasked r
Risque are
Group II days' Illness. the better songs
all their entertaining at for more. Good dance
any
Alma Thornton Sidney Hersh The Seniors had their final debate -, class restaurants. So says Mike music with a catchy lyric .is the
field : today. The subject Resolved, Landau orchestra leader who mOlt popular. The Hawaiian foxtrot

W f 44-,.'. Ruby Shaw Joe Griffis I "That Interscholastic Athletics as knows his! Broadway. ions:: 'Why Have You For- i
% Myrna Frink Henry Hinson :at Present Conducted, are Detri "This, of course, has taken away rotten Waikiki' with Its mId-
Decision, negative, 10-3. I mental." The negative won out a great deal of the hilarity and Pacific lilt gets the most request
Judge Mac Davis, Lucille Edwards i In both sections. Does this prove instead of getting wild, as daily right now. It Is a number the
papers would lead us to believe whole family likes to strum, te a s
Joyce Mast that school students muithave
I high
"
(, : we are actually becoming very hum and to dance to.
< their athletics? conservative. says Mr. Landau. Mike Landau was musical director .
Billy Parker (singer) : "And "Thar Is a certain freedom and for Maxim's, Church. and
for Bonnie Annie.Laurie Td lay me I Miss Florence: "John, what word openness which is refreshing! I many other famous former night
down and die!" lID the English language Im always 91t 1 4.Iw tp4.Jlvgt.oa( .oC life ieiort: .II. Is.no._ directing r
Mr. Gray (rising): "Is Miss pronounced wrong." Maxim's\. and Churchill's, at theirr. --, the muslo at Will Oakland's Ten

Laurie In the audience. ?" John Inman: "rfreff bf! ras*. __
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:;i FOUR RADPORD COUNTY! TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY. J7. 1833i

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i j ; ; BAPTIST ,W. M. 8.'' MEETS r Blood, Lucy Goodrich; October; Accident Here Saturday able to return. lo church again,:

:i Mildred THERESSA :Mr. Ralph Williams of Taikh...
Chairman Vonda E. Inman, coloredhoy
Saturday afternoon a
; The business and meet- I Powell, Lucille TllUs. Clara old bit by see, Mr. J. T. Williams of rack I IsonvlUe
program I I about ten years was
1 i. -tiH ti I MlM Rhoda Zit..,......C.r. have been visiting
:) Ing of the Baptist W. M. S. was I Mae Knight Alma Thornton, I a trailer attached to,a large truck father Mr. W. O their

held at the church Monday after Hutcblns; November, Chairman from the State Farm at Belle Williams._

1 noon. The attendance was good Louisa Williams. Elizabeth Williams -I Glade. The boy was sitting on the :Mrs. Carrie Norman and son of Q

..1 I .. -J and a most inspiring and helpful Laurie Lee Wiggins, Luther railing of a bridge and the truck Lawtey, attended services at the CHURCH
"I
1t 'w 1 meeting was enjoyed by aU. Clark, EvaMao! Thomas; December I traveling at a fast rate of speed Baptist church'Saturday night. ----

V. >>.-'C. 'WILL. MEET MR. AND MRS. STERNBERG The president, Mrs. Darby, led ,. Chairman., May Bryan KatieM. and operated by a prisoner passed Mr. D. L. Phillips filled his regular i The Church of God at Saxton bai I

ENTERTAIN the devotional reading IT Chron. Balsden Ada Chase. Varner a wagon, swerved and fractured appointment Saturday and launched a revival meeting\

n i The W, T w--Chapter, U. D. chapter 34. also a greeting for the Sllcox, Lola Thlgpen, ,Pearl GrifStandltigt bin leg and skull. Sunday at the Baptist church. J. C. Thompson evangelist in I

1 1.1..; .jp.,swill meet Wednesday, February Lovely sweet peas la pastel new year In our work1. This was filii., Supt. L. F. Chapman of the :Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan and son, charge of the services. Good mu.

.. 1st. at three-thirty p. m., at the shades effectively arranged in followed by an'.earnest prayer by committees were: State Prison Farm ordered him Percy, and Mr. A. L. Sullivan visited sic Is also enjoyed at the meeting 1

home of Mrs. Emma Canova. Hoe- bowls and vases decked the homeof Mrs R. A. Thomas Membership 'Committee: Beulah taken to the hospital at Kalford their mother, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and the members send out a wei I

team: Mrs. Canova :Mr. George Mr. and Mrs.. N. Sternberg Hunt. Luis'Hutto;' Elizabeth Williams where latest reports say he will in Hampton Sunday afternoon. come to all to be present.
Circle No. 1 Mrs. :J. :M. Brownlee -
33. Flynn, Misses Olive and Amelia Thursday evening when they en- Annie Moore; Relief Com- recover. Sheriff W. J. Epperson Miss Thelma Sullivan was visiting -

Ray. tertained members of their club at leader bad charge of the for pro,the mittee, Chairman Beulah Hunt. Investigated and" reported it an Miss Kathryn Weest Sunday What is Bladder Physic?

I contract bridge. gram. The watchword( Herdle Flume, Shirley Hall, Lula unavoidable accident. .evening. A medicine that works on the I

CHAPMAN TO SPEAK Four tables were at play and at year. "Launch O'Jft jlntGtbe.Deep Hutto; Sick, Flower and Gilt Committee :Mrs. D. W. Moore and son, How. bladder as castor oU on the [
was bowels
and Let Down Your Net repeated Mrs. Moore Entertains
ATWOMAN'S CLUB the conclusion of the 'game'scores Gladys Welling, Lelia MundY' ard were visiting her sinter, Mrs.F. Drives out impuritiesand exeesii
In unison. ..Mrs...B. L. Biggs Mrs. W. F. Moore entertained
1 were added and prizes awarded Gladys Williams( Ida Harrison; F. Brown of Hampton Sunday. acids that cause irritation
"Take Timeto afternoon in her home honoring "blcb!
Mr. L. F. Chapman, Superintendent Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs J. E. sang a beautiful" solo, Telephone and Calling Committeeto Friday Mr. and :Mrs. A L. Sullivan and reculta In getting fre-I
Earnestlne, up nights
-of State Farm, will be' the Wilson for making high and Mrs. Be Holy. ,'r remind members of meetings, her daughter Miss Ida Hagan were business visitors
p1 at the H. B. Me- The topic, "Lord,Sen4 us; q Re- Anita Grlffis Gladys who celebrated her fourth birthdayat quent. desire. burning, leg pain!
Z, 1 principal speaker meeting Junius Smith and Dr. 'Chairman. to Starke Saturday afternoon.Mrs. and backache. BU-KET3
((5:I
{ of the Woman's Club February Lendon for scoring low. vival" was most ably presentedby Canova Mae Green Eva Mae that time. : O. A. Thrower and son, Tablets) Ja a gr
:Mrs. and later in pleasant bladder
8th at 3 o'clock Instead of February served frozen banana the leader .assisted ,by Committee Games were played
,i The hostess Thomas; Program Glenn, of. Jacksonville, and Mr. physic. I
15th, as announced In lastweek' whip and cake to the guests, Clarke and Mrs. Priest After Chairman Ruby Mae Poppell, Sarah the afternoon the little guests were and Mrs. M. O. Thrower and children !
Get a 25c: test box from
d prayers Mrs. and :Mrs. invited into the dining room where your
and Mrs. L. D. Vin by Darby Eva Andrews .
Telegraph. who were: Mr. Jacobs, Ruby Hayes, Patricia and Richard of St. I
After
druggist. four
Raymond, the business meeting the tablewas decorated In pink days if not
1f r a fag, Mr. and :Mrs. F. F. Stump Gladys Williams. Augustine, were visiting :Mr. and relieved back and
taken with from and centered with a go get your mon.i
was reports and
MUA-SAUL ENTERTAINS Dr. and Mrs II. B. McLendon Dr. up green
:Mrs. J. J. Zelgler and family Sun uuil
'To' You will
feel.good after
secretary, treasurer and commit- cake and ice cream. ey.
WE_ -WA SEW CLUB and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. O. L. birthday day.
: : tees. The annual church meetingto Enjoying the afternoon with the cleansing and you get your regular I
Beasley, :Mr. and :Mrs. D. A. :Montieth .
Mrs. J, A. Saul was hostess to :Mr. and :Mrs. J E. Wilson and be held February 1 was discussed ,LAWTEY honor guest were' : Betty and Caroline sleep. Mitchell's Drug .Store says I

; members of the.We-Laka Sew club Mrs. Junius Smith. and arrangement left In Moore," Jewel Reddish, Lue Bukets is a best seller.:

Tuesday afternoon at her home. ..' the hands of the soclal commltee. O.'.J.' Phillips, Cor. Edwards, Virginia Anders, Mildred Blue Pond -

Garden flowers were attractive A friendly contest is to be held Brown, Harvey Norton, James
MR. AND MRS YOUNG Ruth Cor.
Fender
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ly'arranged about the party room HONOR VISITORSA to see which circle ban the largest .. Mrs;',,T F. Jeffords Dies Reddish, James Anders, George
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attendance at the business and and Coleman Phillips.
t+ where the guests spent a pleasant Mrs, Sepbronla Lee Jeffords wife Moore

I afternoon playing bridge. At the delightful affair of Thursday program meetings, also a recordis 1 l I of Thomas Vf Jeffords, died Tuesday Ladle Aid Society Rev. D. L. Phillips of Lawtey,

a 1 tea hour Mrs. Saul served her evening was a bridge party given to be kept of the number of at her home here after a long Mrs. W. E. Torode entertainedthe surprised the Hope Baptist peopleof

", j, .\ guests strawberry shortcake and by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young at scripture verses read between illness. ladles of the :Methodist Ladies' Theress, Saturday night by at.I / I ,

coffee. The next meeting will be : their home on West Call street in meetings.The Mrs. Jeffords was the daughterof. Aid Society Thursday afternoon at tending it, and giving them a nice

: held at the home of Mrs O. A.I honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haw meeting closed with prayer Mrs. W. D.. Dukes of Dukes, her home on Lake Avenue. sermon. Large Chicago Music House "

; '.1 "Wiggina. thorne of :Monessen, Pa., who are by Mrs. Darby.WOODMEN Fla. She was married to- ThomasF. Mr. Jesse Norman of Lawteyand ha in this territory "

,, I e I spending several months In Starke. 1: Jeffords, July 18, 1915.: and to Mesdames W. E. Torode, V. R. wife were visitors of Hope

1 NPAGETTI SUPPER Four tables for play were arranged CIRCLE this union one child Lea Retta Reddish. A. A. Smith were visitingat Baptist" church Saturday night. 5 PIANOS

in the HOLDS MEETING 37 of Sunday school was held at 3:00:
large living room was born. She was years age the State Farm Friday.
f Miss Georgia Kathryn Haynes which was prettily decorated. for the"Starke at the date of her death. At a city election held Tuesday o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Grand. Uprfiihts and Player
Members of Wood-
and Miss Lula Redgrave were Joint -which are almust raid forbut
Hope Church officers forthe
Baptist
the occasion with red and white Mrs. Jeffords was a devoted O. J. Phillips was elected councilman ,
', n' hostesses at a spaghetti supper men Circle held their regular business I arc to b*rcpoMeued.Will
roses. At the conclusion of the 'member of the Missionary Baptist to fill out an unexpired term. coming year were elected. '
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i'' Friday evening at the for er's meeting Tuesday evening at 8 Miss Irene Batten of to responsible party willIng
game the hostess served strawberry Church and Order of Eastern Star. R. A. Griffin, F. R. Carradlne Penney ,
home. o'clock with the Guardian Mrs. to complete contract on,
Farms returned to her
home Mon-
shortcake and coffee. I Interment made WednesdayIn visitors to Brunswick -
was business
were mall
M Beulah Hunt monthly
presiding. During term Write
Japonicas and jonquils the '
were
ul after
Enjoying the evening ;with the session the family plot at New Hope Ga., last week. day visiting her cousin Miss confidential information
the for
applications] memo ; to
s 1 flowers used by the hostesses for Anna Batten
honored guests were: Mr. and,Urn. cemetery, with Rev.. H- L. chapin Bryant Reddish .of Jacksonville, and some friends.B. .
the party, gathered to enjoy sup bership were presented and accepted. Y. P. U. held
was at 7:30: (
host and hostess were; MI', and
; A motion was made and carried officiating. was a visitor here Monday. 1 /
per and company of congenial M. W. Morrow, Mrs. D. B. "wil- that the circle have She leaves ,to mourn her depar ,James; E., ,Goodfellow of' Lake o'clock at the Hope Baptist church.
t friends. The Misses a pot I
+ t guests were: llama, Mr. and Mrs: E. :M. Davis luck at the next' ture, a devoted' husband, her: land, .was. visiting, relatives hereSunday. Officers were elected for the year. 195Friday
: i Lois> Adklns, 'Martha Brownlee supper meeting, i We
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover; Mr and and sisters Mr Abbie are glad that Miss Doris
daughter, .
:Margaret Williams Genevieve which will be Feb. 14th. at 8 p.m.Each : ,-1 jMrs. -, ,!' > -?
I
Brown of There
1r'i Kenly Hogsed. Martha Pow- :Mrs. C. A. 'Knight Mr. and Mrs. member is requested to bring Clemens,, Lawtey; ri.Mr3..I, ; : .Ollle T.. Jt Terry.and daughter, aa..who has been
Kitty
.f ell, Bunny Canova Mary Pearce: H. C. Ritch. and Theodore Young. something good to eat.. During the Thomas,. ,Star lh!!; Mrs... Elizabeth; Mill -Bernie and Emory Sparkmanwere blind for two or more months Is

Loiselle Turner, Marjorie Stump rapper a musical program. will be Boney. Mountbrook; ,(Mrs_ ,Annie 'visiting relatives at Lake
.
and Sarah Hop Haynes. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS WITH rendered. Harrell Brooke'; Mrs.. Katy Lay-, City Sunday. .
field, Clearwater; Mrs. Nellie CaIn P. L. Dlnkins who Is employedIn
y t MR. AND MRS. C. A. KNIGHT The following refreshment com I
SPEND: THE1: DAY PARTY mittees were appointed for the Plant City; brothers, W. D. Dukes, I Jacksonville .spent the week-end SPECIALS Saturday

I On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. months of 1933f /1 Jrv Alachua:. Jonathan Dukes, of here with his family.J. .

An enjoyable affair of the week C. A. Knight entertained at bridge, February: Chairman, Mrs. Lula Brooker; James R. Duke Goulds, C.. Fokes, field Inspector of

'was'the spend-the-day party given the guests of'the evening being Hutto, Carrie Hutto Emma Hund and Drew. HA Dukes of Worthington the Federal Seed Loan Office in

Tuesday at the. Robinson cottageon 'members of the club and friends. ley Lula Harris, Hattie Prevatt; Springs. Ocala, was.a .business visitor here Chioso (Reg. lOc Size) 4 for 25c

Kingsley Lake. The large living room was pret March?,Chalrman.,Mae Green, Sarah Platform Improvements Monday.

At the noon hour a tempting Lily decorated with quantities of Jacobs, Ruby ,Mae Poppell, The Seaboard Air Line Railwayhas Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin, of

\ covered dish luncheon was served talisman roses Intermingled with Nona Lee Priest Evelyn Stump; a large crew 'of carpentersbusy the State Farm were visitors here Blackberries (Fancy No. 2 Can) each ; __ lOc

on ''the'' screened porch over 'the fern, pink and white kalarney April, Chairman, Eva Andrews, extending.and making other Sunday afternoon.

t..0pt.- t lake. In the afternoon swimmingand roses, and pink radiance roses. Gladys Williams Bertha Pearce, improvements,to the shipping platform Mesdames J. H. and W. F. Moore Sauerkraut (No. 3 can) each _.._____-____ WeToiletPaper

contract bridge was enjoyed. Several progressions of contract Jennie Ritch, Bernice Bailey; May, the present platform will be were shopping in Jacksonville Sat

Mrs. 0:, L. Haynes was presented were enjoyed and scores totaled. Chairman Ruby Hayes, Beulah extended, a';.(Balance of. 280 feet, urday. C"EPEIIOLLS? 1 15

( the prize for holding high score. Prizes were given Mrs. E. L. Biggs Hunt, Ida Harrison, Ada Nimmo, and with th&-
j'' 'Those present were: Mrs. 'O.' I* I and Mr. F. F. Stump for holding Mildred K. Grlffis, Elizabeth Gibson we will havelh' best shipping fa- Friday from :Montverde, where she

and Mrs. C. D. Shank and June Chairman Annie :Moore cilities'in' the'State it will be was called on account of the Illness
high, as
4et ; Beasley, :Mra., C. D. Shank Mrs. ; Peanut Butter, pound jar _______________ lOc
/ A. Z..,Adktnst Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. I...,D. Vining formaking, sec Thelma H. Johns, Ethel Moore, possible to load ten'express cars of her daughter :Miss Louise

1 ''j f Mrk -no CT Wall, Mrs. O. L. ond high. Annie Murrhee, Sina J. KImball; or fifteen freight cars from the Thede. BUTTER (Best Grade) Pound _____fc____ "20c

I Haynes, :Mrs. J. K. Wilson and Mrs. A sweet course was served to July, Chairman Shirley Hall, platform at one time. p&Ul Moore was a business visitor

j I, :L. D. Vining.v the following guests:, Mr. and :Mrs.L. Pearl Griff, Ada :'Brooke, Edna Supt. of Transportation Hurleyof to Jacksonville Saturday.

; :" D. Vining, :Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Hutto, Arthur Hall; August, Chairman Jacksonville, was here :Monday: SALT,2packagesforSc

As the.: ye"r'et under way, Stump, Mr. and :Mrs. C. D. Shank, ; Lelia Mundy, Florence Ca- .and promised'to.run. extra trains Heavy engineering construction

y business' shows 4 determination to Dr. and Mrs E L. Biggs, Mr, and nova Eunice Canova, Herdle on any day that there were six or contracts for the last week of year

i balance; budgets ,and make both Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mr. and Flume, Lizzie Clarke September, :more express cars loaded. He also rose to $38,329,000, a weekly fig LARD 4 wounds 25c

ti ; ends meet. New retrenchment Is :Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mr. and Chairman, Anita Grtffls; :Mildred promised to hold express train here ure surpassed by twice during ,
I.
all anticipated. Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Grlffis, Ruby Dyal, Geneva Young-I(for loading tc/be completed.. 1932.
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Grits Meal,10 pounds
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Vinegar Quart Fruit Jar _________-"_ 15c



I Lettuce (Fancy Iceberg) - 5c


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DOLLS' CHRISTMAS! Dolts of all aiaea, com.pl."I. ar e t tyaWft+
14 v ."., natlonalitlee, and both ....., were newly made NBW GIRL CHAMPtLenore t + 55J
t or reiuvenated and droMod In the Camp-Fire Chrlitma ,
and distributed to underprivileged children at'ChrUtma Kight of 1932 Olympic Team who ipi., I 1
Icy Shop Just *ma hd BOO metro free style ,
r time. Momemsa hoipltale. and erphan.p1..very '- 1 k '' $2.00 Per Thousand
record at Miami, Florida. ?
CI'' where 'In the land w.r. vlilKd by that Christmas dolls ,e $ + ,
whoe adventure wore certainly more varied and colorful : ,, ,
X than any .human'.. I'S '
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;v t MILLIONS. OF FLORIDA ORANGES Reached S a
4 '1 6. I New Vork for tha holiday *...0". Th. Chrlat .

+ m.. Custom of 'Including' orangea 'In the using' CHAMPION PREPARES FOR WINTBRI Ab. Jenkins, famous racingi
and around the tree and
I11 ster stocking hie F-lerce Arrow for winter driving 25c Each
driver champion by filling Additional
propane
a ( i them freely' after Christmas a* a insane of Change
.' keeping down the after Christmas crop of eolda i the radiator with glycerin* antl-free Jenklna recently drove this car
/ 1 and digestive disorders, .has long enjoyed 112.fi mils an hour for 2.f10 mile In 24 hour of continuous driving,'
marks Jenkins I Is holder of
I the
r surpassing all world. performance many
medical approval" The orange caueae a atrong
alkaline' reaction In the' system, correcting the hill climb and erase. country record.
< acid condition caused by evereating. <
9 ( And the children Ilk. It. _
Photo ehowe .c.". 'In only .". .f d
f C ;1431J the great commission houses I In ,,.
New York whence. millions. of ; _
's.* ta'e'- Florida' orangea are distributed' to- AttheTELEGAPH
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all part of the ecuntry. j h ,
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,, a "HAPPY DAYS ARK HERB
I. f AOAIN'1 at 'Issst In Canada, as
pU s / this picture of one of the bottling o .
7 unit' of the great Carting Breweries ;
Jt jn r"' Limited of London, On- '
IaAO.how... This. room .has aC8 OFFICE
bottling' capacity' 20,000dosanquarts
.! or 40.0OO dozes pint per j
} 1 day while th* plant can produce
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'{ -. or ale, per day and has storage assn i L 1 YJ. _
.f, Lelhtlwe.Th.. more than MS.OOO ;7 ,, '7 7i rX19 ..11pJ1.-.
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., Carting< Browerloa. i ,, ,
c i and the other. great brewerlee' of .'' d"y "rc.vp f ,"i t .,.. .

: >( t0 ,? t ."' Canada give e steady employment 1. ,(Sf'' S.$L- r I"" .?n.9 ,.:Phone 29 ."m : .
to a vast army of men and canI I :
CO ,} sumo enormous quantities .f the r t '. .. :,
t S' farmer grain 'produce, and
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a of the chief sources of govern ( +"
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FRIDAY JANUARY *7, 193S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEURAPH.!: !STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE Fn'1D

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u' = ca ?5 ''2525ru r. Among: those attending the opening i BRADFORD RECEIVES AWARDIt USE OF GAS SHOWSCONTINUED A TRIBUTE TO :MKM. DEBBIE I

of the Foremost Dairy at Pen INCREASE GARDINERBy I Square DanceI

ney Farms Sunday were: Mr. and was announced this week by ;

Bits of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Madge Isabell S. Thursby1, extension economist Gasoline consumption in Brad- W. E. Daugherty. 4

Brownlee Mr. J.. F. Klckllter, Mr. in food conservation, that ford County continues on the upgrade On the lost Lord's DaypOf 1032 THE 'PINES '

and :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. S. Bradford was among the counties with 00,637 gallons In De- Slater Gardiner answered the final

E. Brownlee,. Mrs. W. E. Middle- being awarded $5.00 worth of seed cember as compared with 48,526 call nom the echoless shore of HAMPTON n

Iocgtl Nevs'Our ton Mrs. L. E. Dowling Mrs. C. by the Stokes Seed Co., of San- gallons In November. eternity. Her work done On earth, I

N. Christy and Miss Madge Mid- ford, for good work in record keepIng Figures for 'the State continue I God called her to the Invisible, the Every Thursday and '

dleton. in all-year garden projects. to decline. The comptroller's office eternal unseen. Saturday Nights

Concerning People, Business and Other counties receiving the reports that 13,490.034 gallons' Following the funeral services, I 8:30: Till ? I IIIutto's

: HOOKWORM WORK IN STARKE!: award were: Holmes, Walton, were sold during December. The walked by the casket, and beheld

Progr of f ) County and Town. SCHOOL Gadaden Santa Rosa, and Alachua. State's revenue from the seven her body laying drowned in the String Band
i MAKING PROGRESS BEST
FLOOR AND IVFLORIDA r
MUSIC
I' : :: cent tax was $1,294.337.38. November grandeur of death. :

___ .... (Continued from page 1) STORE FRONTS REMODELED; sales amounted to 15.542- Sweet songs had been sung by
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oee """ """ """ """ "' 848 gallons. .
sympathizing friends but her lips it -- 1 .. ......
Amy and Ethel Moore Mrs. George W. Kenly visited refuse their cooperation.. were songless. Death's had
fingers
Misses .
Work, J. '
was begun this week
In the on
matter of treatments the it with
Monday In Jacksonville.CoL friends In Palatka Monday. touched her heart and silenced her Say Flowers
spent diffidence of parents has preventeda remodeling the fronts of Mitchell'sDrug ROUND-SQUARE DANCE
tongue to speak no more in time. ucur_". _-_" ..
Store and the Suwannee
100 percent record in treatments. 'TO BE GIVEN BY AUXILIARY
Joe Hill William of Lake CoL Hollis V. Knight attended Store both buildings to Her spirit, that of
However, the health committee is belonging gem priceless Flowers '
For All
'
Butler was In Starke Wednesday. court in Tallahassee Tuesday.Mr. still doing thorough follow-up Chas F. Pace of Washington, D. Members'' : f the American Leg- worth, thai outweighs all material ::

work. C. c Ion Auxiliary Unit 06, will give magnitudes suns and systems, OccasionsGERTRUDE -

Mrs. J. C. Adklna of Gainesville, Gerald Middleton spent several This room also has a high The front walls of the stores an old fashioned dance Friday that constituted her instrlnslc -
.,_,
spent Thursday with her mother, days this week In Jacksonville. grade personal neatness. have been torn out and will be replaced night' February 3rd, beginning at worth had returned "to God who H OJ ....

:Mrs, M. E. Edwards. The second grade, Mrs. Ritch. by large plate glass display 8:30: o'clock. Music for the dance .gave. It." And as I walked beside GODBEY

Mrs. W. H. Nollman, of Sebrlng. teacher, has been most prompt in windows which ,will add much to will be furnished by the Yeoman "the house of clay," which lay ten- ,,

Mrs. D.; C. Jones of Gainesville is the guest of her mother, Mrs follow-up work; and turning in the attractiveness of the buildings. Brothers. '" antlesa and cold in the embrace of ANDERSON'Phone

Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Sarah L. Hamrick. specimens. Health rules are observed e-era t This..le 'the first of a series of death, there were> tears in my 39 Fl

Mrs. A. M. Darby.Mr. JUld health booklets made. V. D. C WILL HELP BEAUTIFY'' affairs planned by the Auxiliary heart for the husband and children. Waldo F'F'i'

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and Ol- Health scores are checked-orig CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY during the year and the> patronage I thought of those golden words n.. I i

George Roberson of Atlanta,, lie Dell of Gainesville, were visitors final posters are made. of the public i Is requestedMATTHEW'S of Jesus, spoken to the Bethany -

I Ga., was a recent guest at the in Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Neatness and good behavior are Friday, the third day of February sisters which ring through the How Doctors Treat '

home uf Mr. and Mrs. L. 'A. Davis. marked ._ characteristics, of this la designated by the W. T. I centuries saying to earth's sorrowing -

J. M. Alvarez spent Mon- room. A wonderful school spirit is Week Chapter?,y H. C, as the day \ CHAIRMAN REELECTED RAIL BOARD ones: "Thy brother"-thy Colds and Coughs

:Mrs. George W. Kenly and.Miss in Jacksonville with her shown in this room as well as Mrs. to work on beautifying Crosby wife-thy mother-"shall live
day "
Genevieve Kenly spent SaturdayIn Demorest's. To make "Our cemetery by planting! shrubberyand again. To break up a cold overnight and

Palatka with friends. daughter, Mrs. W. P. Randall. School" first In health is their I flowering plants, especiallycrepe E. S. Matthews was reelected Yes blessed, be God. just at the relieve comrrarton:: that: mob! y'"' '

chief aim. chairman of the Florida railroad right time, Jesus Christ, will raise rough, thousand of pUjsU.aas; are y'r r
G. W. Andrews of New River, myrtle, oleanders bamboo, commission at the blenneal C.l.vals. t'ninnnl"8i '
organ- our loved one, and restore themto now recommending > ,
Clark of
Granvllle The
and Mrs. tiny tots the lowest divisionof ,
azaleas
Mr. ,
etc annuals such
,
as petunias !fl 1
was a business visitor here Mon- ization meeting of the commission: onlomcl vnnipmturl tnblomUiot in
us In the embrace of reunion to i
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of
Lake City, were' recent guests the first grade, 1st E", Miss phlox etc: i give roil tUu tlKcl of uiliu: ... ; ,"i '
In
day. Tallahassee Tuesday. Mr. Matthews !
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. i Hlnson were awarded the prize I Each member of the chapter la will two He. live in realms of radiant rapture I mlt without! the' uupUandut\ .lT ,.s *fl'',,
serve years. while eternal ; :
ages rolling on- 1
for getting all specimens in first to go
requested bring one or more of t'ltbcr.
I Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. B. succeeded the late A. S. Well Sr.
and have lived
we, Christian
T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. which la remarkable for they
Mrs. mere plants and all persons owning One or two Culotab at buJlliaa Wl.:"t
Jacobs H. Neadle
and Mrs. G. were as chairman of the commission. lives. -j '
Johns and Eldredge Robinson were babies. cemetery lots are Invited to help a Sinn of jwti i : lIt. ntrr
in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. 'visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. First A & B, Miss :Middleton: with this much needed project.The Other members of the board are These reflections come to me like morning your coM has vntmbed'', ;your '

'I teacher, being 100 percent In specie U. D. C. cemetery committee Mrs. Mamie Eaton-Gre and W. a glowing sunrise, after a night of nyRteni In thoroughly purified. and :yit' ''
Mr. James McDonald is Improv- B. Douglas. darkness are feeling<< line with n hearty appetite
E. S. Matthews Mrs. H. mens and treatments with high is follows Miss Amelia sorrow, and storm during [ ?
as : Ray,
ing after being injured in an automobile which a loved has been for brfokfuat. Eat wbnt you w.ab.. _' 1 ,
and Mrs. O. L Beas- for health one
B. McLendon > grades booklets. This Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. O. L. Beas- no danger
wreck.
ley were visitors in Jacksonville room was awarded a picture. Also Icy Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. S. CARD OF TIIANKS taken away. CntoUbs ore sold in lOo and S.MJ tfi '

Saturday.Mr. I received the prize for the greatest E. Brownlee Mrs. J. W. Andrewsand MYsupreme' desire and ambition package at drug store' (Adv), ,
Miss Eunice Doram was the la, ,tQ .80. live, labor and love, that --
Improvement in personal neatness. Mrs. Effie Miner. We wish to thank our friends ,

Charles Larsen, city mana- 'guest of Mrs. Willie Mae McDonaldat The prize being a fern in attractive neighbor, nurses and physician, when for me my life's sun has I am Authorized Agentfor :

ger, of Lakeland, was the guest of 'I Little Springs Sunday. pot. SEE ALL FLORIDA'CLUB for the kind services rendered dur sel:?and night has draped its sable + '

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight recently. -I In grade 2A''&' 3A, Mrs. Dem- REPRESENTATIVES HERE!: ing the sickness and death of our curtain, and fastened it with the O. C. WALLER
Mrs. S. T. Dell and Miss Ollle
evening star, that I, an unworthy
orest teacher
; the score for specimens loved one. ,
Dell of Gainesville will spend this servant. of the living God, shall Judnonla, Ark. i
and treatments were 100 per Kenneth Goodson and W. S. Walden Mr.' and Mrs. A. A. McDonald Western
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Improved ,
t.'Idlca- .
I unafraid the dark
William. pass through
t>irav Martin< cent; Iuidl1: ) lpercent was>given representatives of the See All Mra. W. B. Roper. t
Wilson.Mr. !
nopy:, .returned.* her-horn*.Tuesday I for excellence In health booklets, Florida Club of 'Miami were inStark' T-1-, _-- valley, and shadow of death and lJlissionaryStraw, 'r,
after a visit with Miss Ruth posters and Ether health'' 'work. Ibis cross the turbid Jordan river andenter' berry Plants ( +
week! m the Interest of section of it. .
I and Mrs. H. C.: Wall were ,
that heavenly In the
Johnson. This room conducts a tore", I In the'org'anlzatldti.a.1'be: purpose of Messrs. Goodson and .Walden city Bee Me for
the week-end of Mr. and
guests blessed
over yonder, where parting
Mrs. Bob Hill at their home in which nothing but healthful foods the clUb is tq route tourists comingin will meet with,the Business Men's Special PricesD.W.MOORE,
Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere had as his 'Jacksonville. are sold. Health booklets are and going out so that they lee Club Monday and explain their la no more. I I '

guests Sunday and Monday Dr. E. checked daUy, and the health rules all-of Florida and i not merely one plans in greater..detal1.I ThereI I shall glimpse the Chrill-,

S. Armstrong and Mr. K. L. Arm- are recited every morning.Mrs. I r3 tans loved and gone watching
Mr. and Mrs. R. V.: Alvarez and
strong of Augusta, Ga. family of Jacksonville, spent the Alvarez reports the pres-I I FULL TEXT OF COMMISSIONER'S REPORT for me at opening gates of pearl- gtarke, Florida .
ent enrollment 444, radiant faces which I loved In thebtter8weet
week-end at the home of Mrs. Alvarez's
Col. J. L. Frazee was in Tallahassee father Mr. L. V. Moore. specimens procured 442, positive I LOWERING FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RATES long ago but lost for I

the first of the week on hookworm infections 229, treatedto I -- awhile But until that glad day of |

legal matters before the Supreme date 164, yet to be treated 85: heavenly reunion I shall be con-I City Beauty Shoppe
Mrs. F.. G. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Below is the full text, as stated tinations'deslgnateti'In'the foregoing
Court. some of whom have quite school, tent to watt and toll on, until God
Harvey Long and James Holllngs but are not lost sight of. Letters by a Washington, D. C., newspaper two findings are not shownto shall say! "It is enough! Come up PHONE 4 '

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Boggs of worth motored to Jacksonville Sat- and literature frequently go out to I of the Interstate Commerce Com be unreasonable or otherwise un higher." .
r
urday and spent the In I With '1.50 worth of work you r
day. mission's decision the matter of lawful.
La. the week-end This is
Shreveport, were delinquents.The my tribute to one whomI
F. I lowering;! freight and express rateson Keeoimlgnwi. Cargoes receive, our. 11' i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. method used to get speci- have known since girlhood.
Milton Brownlee, Jr., of the University transporta o 1t"of strawberries 4. That the assailed charges on .
mens was to add ten cent to
Stump. I Flortda1r GtdnBsvlUe:& Is the citizenship of each per child bring, from.Florida. .:rlie.announcement fresh strawberries, In carloads. SCHEDULE CHANGED FREE FACIALCome 3

of Cor- spending ten days with his parents, 'specimen"and' I''of the rate reduction was made In from points In Florida to destinations -
Mrs. Ernest A. Skipper, Ing the'prizes offered '
Mr. and Mrs.. J.. M. Brownlee. the : be- In for an appointment i ,
I Telegraph oLJan. 13, but designated In the foregoing
.
vis- .
to .
here stimulate
onado Beach, was Sunday I interest. The following changes In schedules now 'v '
cause of rthe great interest in this findings numbered 1 and 2, diverted
iting friends. Mrs. Skipper will be The principal, Mr. Gray, who Is i are announced by the S. A. L. '
!
An- Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. Geo. section this more detailed articleis or reconelgned In transit with- You wW''aha enJoY' ? maid
remembered here as Miss Ina I thoroughly conversant with public; Ry. Co., effective Deu. 10: .
Anderson Mrs. S. F. Hamrick and
back hauls out-
drews. health work. in the school, has published: out necessary or Southbound Service,
Mrs,. W. H. Nollman spent Saturday I Both the express and freight of-llne haula." were are, and for the
given the work his unfailing co-I No. 1', due Starke 11:17: p. m.
in Jacksonville. rates fresh will be unreasonable to the
on strawberries ship future "
Mrs. Harold Lewis Jones and peratlon as has each teacher; and local.
'l I ped in carload lots from Florida extent that they have exceeded or
son, Mr. Lewis Rawson Jones, of the local doctors, who gave freelyof No.' 11, due Starke, 9:35: a. m.
Congressman R. A.. Green was to destinations exceed those that
producing points may would accrue
Hornwell N. Y., were guests Mon- their advice to our patients. local.
called home' the first of the weekon throughout the northern States from application of the rates FLORIDATHEATRE
day of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis Many of them would have won No. lOT, due Starke 10:27: a. m.
account of the serious Illness found the Interstate Com- In findings
were by prescribed said foregoing
and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. prizes but for the lack of coopera- limited..
of his mother. Mrs. W. H. Green. Commission Jan. 9 to be the be
merce un- as cases may plus a :
tion of
, the parents. No. 191, due Starke 10:55: p. m.
just and unreasonable, and substantial charge not to exceed $3 for each
of the .
Lester Price Robinson This Is merely introductory to limited. GAINESVILLE FLA.
Mr. anif JMrs. R. C. Hawthorns reductions were ordered diversion or reconsignment after
University of Florida in Gaines- the general physical examination
of Monesaen Pa., are spending sev- foil'both sel'1( :effecUv.ElprU,2ot2U38.D ,(lrltJu.each} case, without further Northbound
and will which ,
ville, arrived today spenda will soon be gtven 'ty DB; !'
eral months in Starke. Mrs..Hawthorne : ( tJ c ';,2391 Sndrlkattd ).eygawben: the shipper's order-II 2 due Starke 0:08: a. m. PROGRAM WEEK JAK.6TH '
week with his parents Mr. and Morgan and, the dental examlna//>: -No;
is a sister' of Mrs., M. W. .' 'M5ea. w received at point of diverson or : 12, due Starke 3:17 tocal.l: 1
tlon ,
Dr.
Mrs. J. C. Robinson.Mr. by Haynea. I '
Morrow. ". .While the conunlsslon held thatthe reconsignment In time to avoid the local. THUKSDAYt. !*: FRIDAY .,

Epperson had i. I express and xr: lglit charges on necessity of switching the car Containing 'No- 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m.local" CLARKE GABLE.
and Mrs. W. J. SPARKlIAN"DIES '
their Mr. and :MIss Mary Canova of the F. S. MRS. ELSIE the strawberry movement were too the shipment from the Inbound CAROL LOMBARDS\ dIn

aa guests Sunday W. C. in Tallahassee, arrived Wed AT HAMPTON HOME I high, it found that the charges ex train in which consistentlywith Stark and Wannee Branch-No.
Mrs. R. L. Epperson and family,,
nesday and will spend until Sunday --- acted by the carriers for refrigeration the order It could continue 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. {
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. "NO MAN OF HER OWN"
with her mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca- Mrs. Elsie Sparkman, a life-long were not unreasonable or oth- In transit. .109 arrives 2:40: p. m.

George Anderson, Lawtey. .. 1 nova. resident of Bradford County died erwise unlawful end decided as 5. That the assailed so-called ." T. J. Griffin, Agent.

and Thursday morning of last week at well that charges; in connectionwith pre-cooling charge la not shown to SATURDAY"DEVIL
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roane ;;
S
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas hat her home in Hampton at the age precoollng carload strawberry have been or to be unreasonable or .>Clotting of Malls IS DRIVINO"
son, Roy, Jr., of Jacksonville,
with Mrs.Roane' as their guests Sunday, Mr. and of eightytwo.Mrs. shipments by express were not too otherwise unlawful. South 'With
week-end
spent the M. E.- Ed- Mrs. D. B. Cook' and Jackie Cook Sparkman was born' Feb. high. Reparation to Shipper Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00a. : EDMUND LOWE& WYNNE
.
mother Mrs.
of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kll- 141852.: She was united in marriage Precooling charges on shipments 6. That the assailed rates on m. Y''Train GIBSON

wards. kerson and baby of Ocala. to John Sparkman, and to diverted or reconslgned in transit, fresh strawberries in carloads In No.< 107, letters, special delivery +

I e this union five children were born. however, were held to be unreas- freight service under refrigeration, and special handling 10:00a. :
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned Monday (On the Stage)
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buckley from She was noted in Hampton as beIng onable In certain respects, from points in Florida to destina- m. '

Sunday from St. Petersburg the Panama Canal Zone were a good wife a sympathetic The commission held that In the tions designated In the foregoing North HAL HOYT8 JAZZ JUBILEE

where they attended the State guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Court- mother, and a servant of the sick future freight rates on the strawberry finding numbered 1 are and for the Train No. 12, parcel post and -

Bar Association, and Tampa where manch and Miss Anita Courtmanch and distressed in the community. traffic from Florida shall,be future will be unreasonable to the letters, 2:50: p. m. On the Screen "
they visited at the home of Mr.
Sunday. Funeral services were held from first class, and JJie express rates extent that they exceed the pres- Train No. 108, Letters, special "ISLAND OF LOST 8OUL8" t'
and Mrs. A. C. Durden.
the home Friday with Rev. W. B. 120 percent, of /lrat elass" Reparation ent first-lass freight rates from delivery and special handling 0:10: A mystery thriller featuring 4'

The Executive Board of the Hicks of Waldo officiating. In- was awarded to shipperswho and to the same points, .carload p. m.
Friends of Mrs. W. H. Green,
who is a patient at the Riverside Woman's club will meet Wednes- terment: was made in Santa Fe have paid the higher charges. minimum 17.000 pounds. Night malls close at 6:00: p. In.- "THE PANTHER WOMAN"

will be day morning Feb. 1 at 10 o'clockat Cemetery. Active pallbearerswere The findings ot::the commission 7. That the assailed rates on Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; I
Hospital In Jacksonville
the club house. All membersar : W. R. Pringle L. J Wynn follow r Is full tex ,;1 fresh strawberries In freight service train No. 2, North 0:08: a. m. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
glad to know that she Is
improv- urged to be present. M..L. Watterson.* J. V. Jones, andC. 1. That the "assailed rates onfr'eah..strawberrles under refrigeration, from ing and will soon be able to return "
home. E. Harper. in carloads, in points in Florida to destinations 101. mall closes 7:00: a. m.. No. JOAN BLONDELL

Miss Mary E. Keown, District Mrs. Sparkman ,Is survived by express- service under refrlgeratlon. designated In the foregoing finding 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.

of four children, Mrs. A.' A. McDonald under from numbered 2 are and for the future In"LAWYER 1
Mrs. Home Demonstration Agent, through billing Blue flue Schedules<<
L. E. Dowling of Jackson- .'
and ,' Mrs. W. B. Roper, and Theo- points in Florida to destinations will be unreasonable to the extent MAN"
ville Tallahassee, spent Wednesday
''
and Mr. Ernest DowUng of dore all of Dally, effective Ja.n. 1, 1932.
Sparkman, Hampton In they exceed flrat-claaa -----'------ --
Thursday in the,.ebunty in the Interest southern southwestern ,.ontraland may freight
New York left Tuesday for" Jacksonville Northbound-5:0.1: a: m., 1:59: p
and John of Plant
of Home Demonstrationwork. Sparkman City; western trunkllne territories ratea,from and to the same points Next Thursday Friday"PROSPERITY" j
after a visit here at the four sisters Mrs. M. L. Wainwright m, 4:00: p. m., 8:19: p. m.
were, are, and for the future that constructed as provided In said !
home ofTw and Mrs. W. E. Mid- ......./" of Hawthorn, Mrs. Kate ; Southbound-0:34: a. m., 12:34: p
they have exceeded exceed foregoingfinding, carload mini-
or
dleton. -._ of Waldo Mrs. Emma may m., 4:34: p. m., 12:00: a. m. WithMARIE
--- : Edward Pace, of Wash- Sparkman 120 per cent of the present first mum 17,000 pounds.
Tickets and Information
C., was a visitor here 'Eagle of Savannah Ga., and Mary class freight rates from and to the ,8. That complainants In Non" at DRESSIER AND
Miss Hazel Adkins, Miss La-rg--ther I Smith's Service Station, next to FOLLY MOHAN
of
Merle Sutton. of Arcadia, and Miss at, the home of Mr. and Geiger Hampton; three brothers I the same points, carload minimum 23972. 24145 and 24671 made shipments courthouse.
J. Weeks of -
Jacksonville
Sarah' : Morgan. Father Pace 17.00O pounds. as described and paid and
Gross of Palatka who are
from James Weeks of Savannah, and 2. That the aaajUIed bore the charges thereon at the
recently returned a trip rates on >
attending the F. S. W. C., In Tallahassee -
Bill Weeks of Texas.
arrived today and will through France, Italy, and Eng fresh strawberries, in carloads, in rates and charges herein' found

spend the week-end with Miss Ad- land. Funeral arrangements were In express service,_under refrigeration unreasonable that they were damaged NOTICE
,charge of the DeWitt C. Jones '
kins' parents Judge and lira. A. under through billing from ,thereby In the respective I i

Z. Adklna. Mrs. George Flynn and children, l Company.. points in Florida to destination amounts of the differences between'I MEMBERS OF TilE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS'

George Jr., and Betty Ann motored trunk-4ia'territory.tnclnrting the the charge paid and those which

at Gainesville Sunday after- EIGHT. HOTEL INSPECTORSFEEL Buffalo-Pittsbwf,',rdne, .and In would baY.- ae rued at the rates UNIONJ.

CENT A noon. They were accompaniedhome SHOLTZ ECONOMY AXE, i England territory were, are,. and'Charge'herein found reason- Bert Moritz Co., Inc., 257 Washington St., New York
WORD by Mrs. J. J. Canova and son, and for ther', .ut be anreas* able;!ancS that they are entitled to and
extent City will handle Strawberries on Consignment ,
John Julian Jr., who had spent the Eight hotel Inspectors'last week onable to the that they have reparation in those amounts, with your

COLUMNSTOP week wi -.& r. and Mrs. F. A. Ca felt the weight of,economy's' axe, have .exceeded..or..may' exceed 120 interest. They should comply with will not charge you but 7% Commission thereby Bavinj-

nova which-- Is being wedded by ,God: per cent of firet=::lass freight.rates Rule V of the Rules of Practice. I you the 3% Commission usually paid to the local

AT WHITE'S STOREToget Dave Sholtz In almost every department from and to'tbaHuime points constructed The statements filed may listshipments Agents. They handle 3500 cars yearly.and are rated
your spring garden and field An Invitation to all members of of the State. in--accordance with findIngs -" made during the pend-

seeds. Northern and Western the Woman's Club'of Starke has The governor's. office announcedthat 17-b, IT-tf k and 17-f ta the ency of these proceedings, If ac- $100,000.00 A. A. A. A., which is the very best. If you I

grown. Also strawberry crates been received from the Village Im- on February 1 the following ,third supplemental report In Southern companied by proof In affidavit haven't joined the Union join now. No dues or other

and cups. Prices right. 1-27-41. provement Association of Green Inspectors would be indefinitely 'Class Rate Investigation. 128 I form that complainants made such charges will be assessed! or collected this Allservices"

Cove Springs, Inviting them ?to a furloughed. without pay: I>> C.:C. C67 599 f carload minimum' I shipments and paid and bore the '" year.

FOR RENT-A modern two-story luncheon: and pageant given,' in .l.JL-'JUt@lv Starke; It. H. Bo*, .17,000 pounds charges thereon ilf defendants object I, tree, : ..

six room house, with I large veranda celebration of their fiftieth anni tauv "TttmpavXC; Hancock,' :Miami .3. -That the charge foretan4. : .to proof la.:that manner a furr1.r '

and basement, close In. on versary. Thursday, February 2. The ; Frank.t "1 rack, West Palm ard refrigeration of fresh;.;strawberries : bearing maybe, requested. J. L. Barrel! Lawtey Fla..

paved street. Fee W. E. Daugh- luncheon will be at Qui-Si-Sana Beach v, w. Roosevelt Tampa; in carloads, la express! service i j/jn.jrpDfoprlate( order will be en I ,

erty 403 South Thompean St. tf. Hotel. and William R, Vosburg. Tampa.. from point4 1*Florida* to-desd! ; .T-..._ t'
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1'' STARKJB FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1933i ,
'{tl. ,' PAGES SET BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH -.
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;, Miami Beach Police continued
SEED TREATMENT
------ -- their drive against
i: CONTROLS SWEET -- -- ,,, abbreviated
''t"" HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES DISEASES bathing\ suits here, arresting five
1, POTATO
J persons who were fined $1
[I Weekly from Home Demonstration seed r costs each in City Court. Seven and(
Gainesville, Fla.-Treating
: I j FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee f sweet potatoes with corrosive sub- ,L LIVE STATE NEWSNews were fined chief Thursday.of Robert T,
Teaney
.. limate Is an effective means for police, instructed

Conducted by Demonstration Agents THE PARENT AS A PLAYMATE preventing that might several give trouble fungus later diseases on, of Florida in Short Paragraphs ,officers appeared to on arrest beach all front persons streeti who

r according to Dr, W. B. Tisdale, I wearing only bathing trunks or

!'j 1 ', _._ __ The father and mother who can plant pathologist for the Florida 'suits with,the shoulder straps roll.

........ t.Id -'Woo-u: play with their children and help I Experiment Station. __ ; --.it? ......, I ed down to their waists. All Hose

them develop their imagination are Just before bedding, those pota- I arrested were men. Teaney said
FLORIDA SPECIALISTSTO (DAIRY COWS SHOULD really and truly glorious friends toes that show rots or blemishes", Tallahassee Continuing his I who spoke at the Tampa Minister's the drive would be extended to the

JUDGE AT CUBAN liE BRED NOW FOR and comrades. Can a mother be should be discarded. The healthierones economy campaign Gov. Dave,I association recently. Dr. Klnnl bathing beach unless bathers heed

tii NATIONAL EXPOSITION FALL FRESHENING quite a mother unless she sits on should be disinfected for five Sholtz, through his) secretary, J.1 man dean of Miami junior college ed his warning to wear full suits,

I the floor and plays with her child T to eight minutes: In & solution of P. Newell,has announced a whole and military academy, has had ex-

Gainesville, Fla.-Two livestock I Calneevllle, Fla. Breeding Browning/ the poet, never forgot corrosive sublimate made by dissolving sale shakeup In state offices. All cellent opportunities to study the Fort Pierce-Because of a short.

specialists of the Florida Experiment dairy cows so that they will freshen how when as a child his father three ounces of the crys- assistant state auditors have been Seminoles as he has the people of age of funds to meet payrolls and

Station have been requested In the fall has many advantages, stacked chairs In the drawing room tals in 24 gallons of water. After requested to resign Newell said, 79 civilized nations during his current bllla, the city commissionhere

,( to act aa judges at the Cuban according to Hamlin L. Brown, and went through with him the 10 bushes have been treated add and resignations of several of archaeloglcal research work for has decided to issue $2,500:

National exposition of Livestock dairy specialist with the Florida history of the Siege of Troy. This one-half ounce more of the crystals them, whose names were not made many years. In script. It will be redeemable in

Poultry and Agriculture to be held Agricultural Extension Service. was true learning and far better, make up to 24 gallons with public, already have been received. cash within a year when stamped
at Santiago de las Vegas from That would mean that the cows witha
it was perpetual comradshlp water and treat 10 or more bushels. Miami-There was no question fifty times with two-cent Fort
February 23 to 28. Dr. A. L. bred in late January or
should be father who knew how to play.
The solution should then be discarded about
-
Boynton-S. H. Hackle reportedto of diplomatic precedent Pierce stamps on the one-dollar de.
of the animal
head husbandry -
Shealey, early February. for
Room Play He advised bedding the police that a Stradivarius violin this: Grover C. O'Dell traffic pa- nominations and one-cent stampson
department, will judge the there Is always I
During summer built that
No house is correctly
potatoes as soon as they are treat- made in 1834 had been stolen froma trolman, readily agreed when Ser- fifty cent coupons. The action
vwlne and Dr. R. B. Becker of market milk
,
specialist a surplus or a
does not provide a play room
ed. Corrosive sublimate is a deadly Pottorf told him to issue -
I trunk at his home here. Hackle geant Roy was taken, commissioners said, be.
will North offer
In dairy investigations, while tourists from the house for the children, and
play poison, and should be handled with a traffic summons for a pas- of of
said the year of Its manufacturewas cause a shortage funds to
the show. for the winter supply.
:Judge dairy a market for the children. A
i very young care. marked on the instruntent and senger car parked In a reserved meet payrolls and current bills, in
Dr. Becker judged dairy cattleat Another advantage of fall fresh- chest or low case with shelves anda
11 t that he had the violin in loading zone for more than on view of mandamus proceedings
bought restraining
the Exposition last year, and ening is that the cow has the sum- curtain should be in the mother'sroom
RED POLLED BULLS 40 from a man hour. But when O'Dell looked at collection of taxes
of feed Georgia years ago on
his services were so satisfactory mer, when there is plenty for the child to keep
i that Dr. Eugenio Mollnet, secre- to get In good condition for calv- the playthings young in after playing TO BE GIVEN TEST named Barian Bishop, who had Inherited the car, and Its license number: the present levy and non-collec..
ON FLORIDA RANGES it from bis grandfather. "That's my car," he explained. "I tion of taxes and occupational 11.censes. .
tary of agriculture, commerce and ing. Thus, the calf will be stronger with them. A young child should "
f Hackle said he had the instrument loaned it to a friend. "That so" .
d labor for the Cuban Government, and the cow will produce more not have its playthings with the
Y Gainesville, Fla-To determinethe renovated 20 years ago. queried the sergeant. "Then I'll -
requested Dr. Wilmon Newell, director milk that is of a better quality. older children. The child I
younger value of Red Polled cattle for write the tIcket. Now O'Dell hasa
) t of the Florida Experiment Fall freshening fits better into will try to keep up with the older Miami-Rosemond T. Anderson,
I' Station, to permit Dr. Becker to return the raising of calves since the calf children and so be exhausted men- Improving native Florida stock, 11 Bradenton Hoyt Guthrie, 20, traffic violation ticket callingfor Miami has announced that he had

',ii. and to send a judge for swine. may be turned on pastures duringthe tally as well 'aa physically. A purebred bulls were recently placedon crippled In an automobile accident $3. already secured patents for "pro-

l r Dr. Newell expressed himself as spring and summer and be play room, with plenty of sunshineand as many Florida farms and Christmas morning, killed himself I pellorless, crashproof, foolproof

"; well pleased with the compliments grown out well at a low cost. ventilation, near the mother's ranges. They were furnished by here by firing a pistol Into his Gainesville Ninety of the per- plane" as described in dispatchesthis

: ; .' paid the Florida technical staff by On the general farm also fall room will be good for the very the federal government and loaned chest while seated in a wheel sonnel of,the University of Florida, week as having been perfect.

!I, '/ -7+ Secretary Mollnet, and the University freshening is advisable since the young child. through the Florida Experiment chair. A note he left said he or more than 30 per cent of the ed by Dr. Odolf Rorhback, Berlin

:'I ) authorities granted permission farmer usually will find butter Should Put Toys Away Station. could "no longer stand the pain"experienced administration, teaching faculty, Inventor. According to Anderson,
f i i.' ,j : for Drs. Shealy and Becker easier to sell during the winter, Whether the child plays in moth- Each of the bulls will be bred to since the accident in experiment station and extension his plane, on which he has been

: K to make the trips as guests of and the biggest demand for fresh er's room, in the play room, or In 40 native cattle. The offspring will which Elmore Downing was killed service, have earned the highest working for the past 25: years and

; ,: the Cuban Government. cows is during late fall and early the yard, it should make a gameof be weighed regularly, and a check and Herbert Downing was Injured. possible scholastic degree, that of has been patented on 10 different

:, ; winter. The cow that calves in the putting its playthings in the will be made of pasture carrying Their car crashed into a freight Doctor of Philosophy. Another claims will travel at a OooO foot

'i ;:i.( An International Egg Laying fall will naturally produce best place provided for them when playis capacity and other management train at Parrish near here group of 89, again exceeding 30 altitude at 1,000 M. P. H. and has

.1"" I\ Contest will be held in connection during the winter, and then spring over. This may be a chest, a box,' problems, according to the plan per cent, have attained as high as a high efficiency facaor over the

;1 I with the World Fair in Chicago I' and summer pastures will tend to or a case with shelves, but it is up of the experiment drawn up by Dr. Fort Myers-Denver M. Wrightof a master's degree. This informa- present wlngtype plane. He said
{ from 1 through October FlorIda keep this production E. W. Sheets, chief of the Animal tion, reflecting unusual credit and 1
r May up. to parents to provide some undisturbed St. Louis Is invited to bring his he had delayed announcement of
poultrymen interested in enterIng Mr. Brown advocated the use of place for the child to keepas Husbandry Division of theFederal lion hunt, together with the lions distinction to the quality of the his Invention until he could obtain

'X ; pens should write Norman R. : only high quality, purebred bulls, I Its own. Bureau of Animal Industry, and to jungle-like surroundings near personnel of the university, was foreign rights.Tampaf. .

,111\' :Jlehrhcf, Agricultural Extension I and the close culling: of the dairy This Is really one of the early Dr. Wilmon Newell director, H. here, where the animals will not contained in a report by Harley W. -

: :! ,3 Service, Gainesville Fla. herd as well as the calf crop. I steps toward order and training for Harold Hume, assistant director of catch cold. Gapt. E. L. Evans of Chandler, registrar. /'. B. Bradley, embryo
; research, and Dr. A. L. Shealy,
for good citizenship. Let the Fort Myers wired Wright: "Why author who swore, upon his arrest

And the Worst is Yet Come child feel that the problem of pick- head of the Animal Husbandry De- not bring your lions here and turn Miami-A negro convict, breath- for shoplifting from a downtown
to partment of the Florida
-:- Ing up Its playthings and putting ment Station. 'Experi- them loose In the Everglades. It's less and perspiring, plunged past a department store that he did It

nnaw them away In their place is its just like Africa with plenty of group of farm workers and as they to gain experience for a book, will
problem. If it fa made a game it The bulls have'been placed overa Seminole Indians for guides." He moved to stop him shouted: "I'm have a change to write the story
wide area of the state to
,
will soon be done automatically. going emphasized that the weather was helping train the dogs-they'll be to its logical concluding chapter"In -
w 60THti Plans for building play rooms may Leon, Taylor, Dixie, Marlon, Ala- perfect. here In a minute." It seemed log- Which I Go to Jail for Ninety

'Pvit be obtained from the State Home chua. Polk, and Hernando counties. I ical and the farm workers let him Day." Judge Petteway supplied
/ Thus the value of this
breed for
it e Demonstration Department Talla- i Belle Glade Governor Sholtz pass. The bloodhounds appeared a that chapter in criminal court last
improving native cattle will be
hassee. and members: of his cabinet last few minutes later just as the con- week. "Ninety days in the county
tested under
actual farm and
.. -Virginia P. Moore. week inspected the state prison vict predicted. They were prac- jail, at hard labor," said Judge
range conditions, and at a very low farm and at a luncheon in their ticing aU right, but professionally.Guards Petteway. "You want, you say, to(
Dr. Newell
cost. said. He further
Home Radio Period honor assured the Everglades resi- said the negro, Ellis find out for yourself just what hap-

The Florida Home Radio Period, tlemen stressed producing the need for animals Florida that cat- dents the farm would not be'op- Wright, had just escaped from the I pens. This will give you a chance.

directed by the State Home Dem- make better gains and turn out erated in competition with farmers city stockade. Wright was right I My only suggestion Is that you
= -- of that about another thing. The dogs. stick to the
t "- =-= area. The governor facts In anything you
onstration Department and better ,
pre- quality meat. Florida, in '
said activities of the farm needed training-they lost his trailIn write avoid such
prison exaggerations as
E EN sented over state radio station spite of her vast area of
Cat I range would be extended. lIe assured the Everglades. I' were indulged in by the man who
WRUF at 9:45: EST, each weekday land and mild climate for grazing
at the became the famous
guests luncheon meth-
some 'fugitive from.
[I morning, will present the following produces only about one-fourth of
od of fire prevention or control Gainesville Thirty-seven rep-. a chain gang1." .
topics next week: the beef consumed In the State.
resentatives of student government
I would be worked out in the Ever- -
Sat., Jan. 28 Closets for Small
The Experiment Station Is now
glades. of the University of Florida will Miami The Post
Publishing
Children-Virginia P. Moore. conducting similar trials with De-
speak in 38 high schools of the company of West Palm Beach
Mon., Jan. 20--Clothing and vons, Brahmans, Herefords and
Tallahassee Comptroller J. M. State during the four-day period publishers of the Palm Beach Post
Styles Settle. Suggestions-Lucy Belle II Angus. In Clay county a Devon, J.ee has called on Charles I. Dwig- January 30-February 2, it has been has been named in an involuntary
a Brahman, and a Hereford bull
$ rZ gins, bank liquidator, to refund announced. The undergraduates of bankruptcy petition filed In United
Tues., Jan. 31 Hints from the
bred
are being to native herds, and
the state $8,46030 which Lee the State university will explainthe States district court here. Pe-
U. S. Bureau of Home Economics. in Jackson County another Devon
I claims functions of student govern- titioners for
was in De-
paid Dwlgglna bankruptcy proceed-
Wed.
Feb. Low-Cost bull Is
Weekly being used on native stock.
s. ment, with particular reference to'
Market Basket-Anna cember over and above the $15486.04 ,- ings in the case were Newfoundland -
Mae Slkes. At the North
Florida Experiment
which him his the honor system, in their ad- Export and
was paid as Shipping Com-
f Thurs., Feb. 2-The Home In- Station Quincy, an Angus bull is
0 dresses to high school audiences
lawful fee In. commissions. The pany, Ltd., a Newfoundland
corpor-
ventory-Virginia P. Moore. Home mated to a native herd, while at
r If alleged overpayment was discov- The University of Florida student ation, with a claim of $2,182.28;
In Santa
Improvement Rosa Coun- the main station here a Hereford '
ered last week.and since Governor body has been nationally com- H. H. Smith of West Palm Beach,
ty-Eleanor Baiton.Frl. bull is used"on
t being native cows.
mended for the excellence its
David Sholtz began an audit of of holder of five of the
., Feb. 3-What Research Has At the West-Central Florida Experiment compa.ny'sbonds
; 4 the office which Lee had organization, and the efficiency of
Found About the Food Value of Station, near Brooksvllle, requested. Its totaling $1. OO; Minnie S.
; Cabbage-Dr. O. D. Abbott. a Red Polled bull Is mated to a operation. Otell of West alm Beach holder
I of one of the
-
company's $500
native herd and a Red Polled herd
Is maintained St. Petersburg-The Florida Miami Beach-The song of today bonds; and the International Paper
the Federal
by
ernment. The Federal gov- State Bar Association, in conven- must have genuine melody and company, on the basis of 41 demand
k WRUF FARM PROGRAM has governmentalso tion here voted to put its support words: with a meaning 1C it wins note on which $19,801.02 is allegedly -
herd of
placed Devonsat .
t w "The Voice of Florida the Everglades Experiment behind measures In the, next legis-|I and holds the popular fancy says due and unpaid.

Station Belle Glade. lature for changes in criminal trial Irving Berlin who has written -

S procedure In State court. One- of quite a number of popular songs. Tallahassee State officials In

Gainesville, Fla.-Radio talks to the outstanding changes to be Three or four years ago, he said, Tallahassee are watching the Cal-
.11. ..wdIJ / ... ,.. ... ?9 Florida farmers will be given at 4-H CLUBS ASSET ARE TO AN NATION sought would allow presentationof all a song needed was a ryhme, a houn county political tangle where

noon each day next week over evidence by the state hearing on few music notes and a title. Now both a Carlton appointee and a

t s state radio station WRUF by College SAYS CHICAGO PAPER the reputation of a defendant. Un- the public "shops around"' and de- more recent Sholtz appointee were

of Agriculture workers. der present court rules mands something more in its claiming the
They such evi- office of sheriff for
wiU come on the Florida Farm (By Spuds Johnson.) dence Is barred unless the defend- songs. "Many of the ta-de-dey the next four years under their

R, J + Do You Know ? I Hour from 12 to 12:43: : EST, according Club work among rural ooys and ant himself puts his reputation at songs still are being placed on the respective commissions. L. T Tay-

rJ to the following schedule: girls, as conducted by the countyand Issue. market, but usually they ar'% a lor, appointed sheriff December

n i Sat., Jan. 28 Florida Farm home demonstration agents, waste of time. The songs that contain 16, yesterday refused to step down

News and Hints. Farm Editorial has been proving Its worth in Flor Tallahassee Governor Dave real music and good lyrics are and out and surrender the office to

Snapshots. ida as well as in the other states. Sholtz's economy program last the kind that stay. R. L. Flanders, named by Governor -

Mon., Jan. Economical( Cit- The editor of the Chicago Daily week was extended to two more Dave Sholtz to fill the office.

rus Spring Fertilization-Dr. R. News, a short while ago, spoke so state departments, the Florida for- West Palm Beach With a Taylor succeeded R., J. Flanders,

a W. Ruprecht. Natural Agenciesthat well of these club members and est service and the state live stock grand jury Investigation of alleged who was killed last month. He

Control Citrus Scales-Dr. E. their work that his editorial Is sanitary board. Both departmentscut tax sale -oflteerlng In the offing, claims: be was commissioned by

W. Berger. worth repeating here. their payrolls and current op- certificate sales were halted last Governor Carlton to hold office for

t Tues., Jan. 31-The Control of "Dollars may be used as units In erating costs SO per cent, as re- week by Circuit Court Clerk Ceo. the full four year term to which
it tiM. r ta Mice in Melon Fields-C. C. Goff. calculating the value of the quadrupeds quested in the governor's general O. Butler pending Instructionsfrom the slain officer was elected In No-

Farm Question Box. and feathered bipeds, aris- order that expenditures from the State Comptroller J. M. Lee. vember. The term began January

Wed., Feb. 1-Roses for Florida tocrats of The kingdom of domestic general revenue fund and from Butler also Issued a letter today 1. Taylor, who la a former convict

Gardens-Major W. L. Floyd. animals, now holding levee for other funds must be cut in half to all employes in his office say- camp captain says he will haveto

Primer for Town Farmers. the curious public at the Intern within 30 days so that the state Ing that rumors had"said his em- be removed for good cause by

:\ Thurs., Feb. 2-A Farm Pro- nation Live Stock'Exposition. The can meet Its current obligations ployes were engaged In certificate Governor Sholtz before he will surrender -
''Ie gram for Northern Florida-J. Lee sum total of such estimate wouldbe without transferring funds. speculation and warning them that the office

J ".. Smith. Corn Variety and Ferti- big. But dollars will not suffice -' they would be discharged if they .

i id4r it .tl' lizer Experiments In Florida-J. D. to represent the worth in hum- Tampa-The Seminole Indiansas participated in the purchase or Milton Construction of new

Warner. Can Varieties in FloridaW. an qualities represented by one a race face eventual extinc- sale of any certificates otherwise I service station on Gainer property,

t'J I J. Davis. group of proud exhibitors which tion unless means are devised to than in the performance of their In West Milton, completed by Jay

; ka Fri., Feb. 3-Cost of Chick In- merits special attention. stem the flow of liquor that Is ruin legal duties. Gainer.
cubation in Florida-Norman "The boys 'and girls of the
R. 4-H ing their health, in the opinion of --
w" i iMehrhof. Poultry and Dairy Prog- i Clubs are the finest products of, Dr. J. O. Klnnlman archeologist.
Par "' > ress on the East Coast-W. T. Net- : the American farm. In the nation's' Wake
Your Liver Bile
:1 1f 9 tles. I life they constitute a growing' earn their keep by labor that pro- Up

group, upon the sturdiness and Intelligence duces wealth and thus develop a

-; More than 6,000 persons who live of which. America may eelf-respect, a sense of wellfounded -

It ddi outside of Florida own citrus build with confidence and high ex- independence, that has no taint -Without CalomelAnd

} groves In the State. Some of these pectation. In twelve years the organization of the parasite, curse of modern

CIk" live In nearly every other state In has reached a civilization. They have transformed -
,d 'f the Union and in a number of for ship of nearly 1,000,000 member-I many, the traditional drudgery of the TonH Jump Out of Bed H this. bite b sot lowlnf tnttr.JAnn' foes !

: ; v eign! countries.A more than 12,000.000 Ameri- farm chore into ad- 'I dJpot. II Jort dsap tm UM ....... I
I have young I a high-spirited is the Morning Rarin'to Go 0.. Moat asp yaw ........ YM ...> stblak ,
cans
been Influenced by its venture. They constitute a sound
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.r. .h4 butts sad blab. h loot ails
: purebred bull is now at the spirit and Ideals. To make the ly vital nucleus for yaw
: best the
i, .. ai country's XI TOO feel moat and sunk and the star bntta eat fa .......-. TowctMUdrtmM b4
.YY. head
.w of
? every dairy herd in Duval better In head, heart hands and\ population, physically fit mentally don't slot
pJh ii ; J world looks punk, swallow ton ud....Your what.sts .
: i t --r ye'i County reports County Agent A. health is the objective to which alert, honest- hearted, with skilled ai salts, mineral water, oil laxative Y pdsrd.
S. Lawton. this splendid body of youth Is devoted hands that are not afraid to work. chewing and
:, rAat.r.ya, C.a/a/ w.,.. s awry. -I candy: or gum expect Ittabap04e14caana'8UTr.J1una ,
C '' "For eleven years their competitively them to make yoa suddenly sweet : PILLI...stt'- .................
r JL: in a I' s northern Motion of Canada the Canadi, .. A hot dish for the child's school "Sons and daughters of the soil chosen champions have been and buoyant and full of sunihine. flowing traoly ud auto jnm fod"..sad ep.*

4Lv National Railways In cooperation with the Canadian Red Cross lunch Improves his health disposition the 4-H members are taught in coming to Chicago in the of can't do it. .
season For
k 'oefsty. operate a hospital ear in charge of a doctor and trained nurtttl they They only Tlwr ratal WBtefol. ....-- .* *
;':i:, I: I I. equipped to give flrat Bid and for the performances of minor' and often his grades. the science of agriculture and stock I I the big International show', to holda move the bowels and a mere movement WtabU cxtrata,unulac.....I II OHMI touUa

1t ':;:: oralion and It moves up and down the line visiting uolatea settles > raising. The plow and sow and congress and to display their doesn't cat at the cause. The ,; fr which otherwise would be without medical aid. Indiana and Miami Beach-Errol Crawford cultivate. They breed and feed products.\ Wisely the International reason for your down-and-out feeling; dontaik for Br rptn .JUk for Ca Wlitlttto

ts tl: UapDtrs often come hundreds of miles by canoe and dog sleds opened real estate office at 1141 livestock. They are tillers of their has encouraged them and noth- la your' liver, It should pour out two : llw ma.Lok far tk.Itlttte .c.r.'W

for treatment. The photograph shows a nurse giving first aid to a Lincoln Road with Robert E. Me own acres, raisers of fine cattle, ing it has done has been of greateror pounds of liquid bile into your bowels u.. Puts s to nd ....... 1.... swMtlat.Z5eMsfl.ae.Ol

a ,, aettlir In the car. 4 alllster. |sheep and pigs and poultry. They more lasting worth to America." d+U7. i.CLC.

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FltlD.n'. JANUARY 87, 1983 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARVE: FLORIDA PAGE SEVEI l

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meeting.A cordial invitation to all Dsvrl>tlos ..... T. IV. A. Owner .A Tames Cost De.erlptien a... T. U. A. 0..... .A Tsxsa Coats ,) f, I ,''I t'II

: ::::::::::-.- .- ;'' \ our Starke In NEW. of SWVi- I i 31 I. F. Houser ____.. 7.81 and W% of NBVi W of i ifly. .'.!

..fI!!? .".. J. I ,00- services extended to all. B -.. Mlk. 18 a* extended on Lot 14 of nik. 29 Peek's : 1
:-:: : LAWTEY CHURCH DIRECTORY Ens y Map and run 8 (1ft. Addition to Starke In I r ,
:;"' ,": W 80 ft. N 91 ft H NWVi of NWVi N of ttb I .'.1..fSt.
i\\.W ____ ___.___ _
80 ft. to ben. Original u _28 8 II T. S. Williams --- .I' i
First Church Town of Starke In NEVi Lot 1 of Blk. 84 Peek' Ad. 1
a Imp onto feet ind Baptist of SWVi\ ________ 23 II II A. W. Anderson ____ 11.95 ditlon to Htark In NWVi I
light
word unto Ptala 119105.
a nth.
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"thy my ay : Lots 6 SEVt of __ I
Hev. L. F. Chapln. pastor. 1 3 7 of Blk. IS NWVi N of 8th St. -.* a U T. S. Williams _______ 1.01
of SWK J. M. Johns Ad- Lot I S 8 4 6 6 of Blk. $6 4
T.rt3TTrltiSrt( lfpttltH All religious teaching, doctrine or preaching services first and dition -18 S IS John R. McKinley ?? B5.05 Peek's Addition to Stark. ,

7//UlPUIOrilfllU t : creed if they are to have any claim third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Lots 6 S of Blk. 8S SEVi 9th In NWofNWI4Nof St. J \''t;
of SWVI J. M. Johns Addition :
upon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with m. I __._______-ISV4 G 11 A. W. Anderson _.__... S3.05 Lot B 12 18- 14---A-?111---o'r', I "
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- 1 A H of Ry In SW Cor. lot 10 ot lllk. 86 Peek's \: \ I ;,
the human and of whom It was said in John 7:4.6 "NEVER MAN of SEVi of 8WU. bounded Addition tn Starke .In i ;
of wood supt.Prayer '
heartil ,
IS MAN" N by John Add W by Ry NWVi, of NW% N of 9th : I i i! ,'n l{
SPAKE Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- S by section line, also St -------------.------S8 I 13 F A. Scott I.I' f'. : ,
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Lot 1 1 8 11 of Blk. B .
lot. 9&10 of Blk. 47 J. \
i pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use> this de nesday.B. M. John. Addition seen 8 11 -s. G. BoydUnknown ___________ 11.06Lotsll$4ofBIk.3LTT Addition to Btarke I' 1 .
oartment for news of church activities, organizations and announcer Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. In NWU of NWVi Suuth ,,,1 '"t''

; Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirementbeing A Co'.. Addition -is 6 11 ____ 11.75' of 9th St. --------------18 I II Mrs. Cella Carter 1.31 u
meats. --
Lot 4 5 6'1 9 10 11 II 11 Lot. 18 14 of Blk. D Rising ,
thla office before
reach
that such Items Wednesday morningotherwise Grace M. E. Church 14 of B1k.10L.T&Co's. Addition to Stark. In I.:
they cannot be handled for current Issue.I Addition G 11It Lee Morgan ------ 11,06Lots NWV4 of NWVi South of i'" : ''i r
Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. 4 11 of k7"iiTII 9th !:It. ---___ ______si G II Mrs. II .A. BI.hop .1. ,'" ,.
ed him but his was aroused Preaching 2nd and 4th Co' Add. ------__is S -s. Q. Boyd .. ..:_____ 11.75 Lot. 1 1 of Blk C.. Rising --- '
anger Sundaysat Addition to Stark In '
I Lot 1 of Blk. 11 L. T. A I I
I when attacks were made on God's 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Co'*. Addition _...11 6 11 L. D. Green _______ ..'78 NWVi ot NWVi South of .j
I SUNDAY SCHOOt. Lot. 1 I 1 4 II 11 11 14 of' 8th St. __ ______________IS I .S J. C. popp.n ..II .
I laws, the sick, the poor or repen- Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: ------- (
LESSON Blk. 11 L. T. Co's. Ad- Lot 1 1 5 6 of Blk. 2 A \ 'I
I tant sinners. p. m. dition ----------..ss 6 21 Unknown ._______. II06 land 8 of Blk. 8 to land I

I ---! These questions confront all of Sunday school 10 a m., Mrs. Lot Blk.0 *14 8 bounded 40 ft. of 8 Lot by J.1 line lion J.to (Stark.i. Alvarea S of Addl't Madison v '

B FOR JANUARY 29, 1933 us. How shall I use Sunday? What :Mary Moore, supt. O. Turner land L. T. A: W of Walnut Sts..21 I II 1Ifr. S. F. JIamrlck U" i ; lI

'- Is legitimate for me to do, and I League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. Lot.s13&89ft.joLot Co's. Addition ___28 6 21 Mr*. Pearl Snyder ____ 1118 6 of to Blk.stark 1 Wytin's In NWVi Addition :y;il"il"Lot 'II I 1!

I Subject: Jesus and the Sabbath. what should I avoid on the Sabbath -I 4 of Blk. 14 L. T. A Co's of SWVi ________Vll I II Muse 01110 6tarr ---- 11,01 1
? For the most part such Fraternal Addition -_._IS II Floyd Green _____ 18.05 One lot bounded N by O. J. .
I Golden Text: "The Sabbath was Lot S of Rlk. 14 L. T. *. Griffin H by Sharp land .
and not for questions are already answered by Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. A: A. Co'.. Addition 28 e II Annie Mac Bennett __ K.75' W by Walnut St. A 13; by $$1% I
man ? -------
I made for man, the of the Bible. Lot 9 of Blk. 14 L. T. Co'. Ry. _______________18 G II Mra. Eva Killian ---- lI.n 't
I the Sabbath; therefore the Son of teachings :M., meets at city hall building 1st Addition -.-18 e 11 Joe Grtffl ______ ..'71 D.Il. at SW Cor' of lan,1 "I .
H is Lord also of the Sabbath." .- and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. Lot. 1 1 S Of Blk. 17 L. T. old to Mrs T. T. Long
man 8. J. A .
by Tempi S
| Mark 22728.: BAPTIST T. T. Blackburn, W. M. A: Cote Addition '. -IS G 11 Mr. Ang-elln Wheeler. 5.75 14 dea- W 8$ ft. for run a pt. ,
Lot 4 S of Blk. 18. L. T.
i Lesson Text: :Mark 2:23-28: ; O. J. Phillips Secy. A Co's. Addition; _IS 6 11 J. O. Boyd ______..__ 15.75 of 8 41 boir.ft.thence theme B 8 14 14 dec.de- ;h I
Sunday school at 10 a. >>.... A. J. Lot 11 of Blk U Ii T. ACo's.
W 160 thence
: irrees ft.
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I Mark 3:1-6.: Addition---------2$ 6 11 Ray Newsom ______ t.78 '
TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH W 14 8 81 fr.thence :\
Thomas, eupt. Why not come on
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Lot 1 S of nik. T. .rd.
I Central Truth: Deeds of necessity time, even a few minutes early? A ct" Addition. 19-_--28 4 11 Nat William ________ 13.75 ft. thence N B 14. re degrees* Id ISO H: .: .

I and deeds of mercy may be Worship at 11 a m. and 7:30: p. Services will be held Saturday Lots T. A 4667of Co's. Addition 111k,10L.: _..18 e II L. '1'. A Co. ..___..__ 1.75' 41 ft. to beif. In 8tark.2S 6 13 C. B. Hayes ___u____ ..... 't't)[11,11'', ,{r rBolli'

I performed on the Sabbath. m. Although it will be the fifth before the third Sunday of each Lot 1 1 S of Hlk. 17 L. T. at NW Cor. of BWVi ;
j Semme ______._ 11.75 of HWVi A M] 484 ft.
I and Place of the Lesson: month. A CoiL Adilttlnn. _IS 6 23 F. C. run
Time Sunday and the aasoclat'onal! services H 418 ft. W 484 ft. N 418
Lots 6 7 of Hlk. 17 L. T. A I'
I Spring of A. D. 28, as Jesus went will be held at Pine Grove D. L. Phillips, Pastor. Co's. Addition _J8 e SI 8. J. Coleman __________ 10.75 ft. to beg __ __ ________18 I 13 W. M. Monden ----- U.as +
1 to Capernaum. Lots 1 IS IS 14 nf Blk.I 8H acres. I In NW'i of SWVi y
from Jerusalem Church, yet the pastor will as us- 17 1:0oJ.. A Co's. Adtlltlon.lS t I 11 J. W. Andrews ___.___ .75 S Mndlson! Ht. known 1'1 'M
i Since our lesson last Sunday, Jesus ual be here to preach at both morn- Heavy industries are still slug Lots 10 11 of Blk. 28 L. n* J. U. Alvare resldenc ; I'i' .
I had been down to Jerusalem to attend Ing and evening services. gish. Surpluses of raw materialsare T. 8Jo' Addition I __._..2 8 11 Ray Newiom _-.___ 5.75 talk .,.. 1 lot In t
NW Cor. sold to J. L. I
Lot l
S.f131k.30LT.
I In all probability the second Our annual business meeting for formidable with stocks of fin- Co's. Addition -.._A.28 6 11e -- Chas C. Armstrong; ___ 1.75' Peek .. ___ __________18 6 23 J. W. Andrew. Jr __ ..... .'(if

I passover of his public ministry. election of officers, etc., will be ished goods low. This oversupplyof Lots 1 8 IS 13 14 of Blk. Com. at SB I'll.' Cor... A run of Itay4Madison S 134 +1 I". '. i i
81 L. T. & Co's. Addition .
I He was now on his way to Capern- held on Wednesday evening, Feb. raw materials, plus reduced' --28 I ti Unknown _________ 11.05 ft. H80ft.N] 133 ft. to ..m) ,.
I aum again. 8th. Let all to be buying power, darkens the business S% of Blk. 6 L. T. & Co'.. Madison. Ht.' thence W on I '
us
plan pres- said 64 ft. to beg In ,
Addition 23 G 13 Unknown _____ ..'5 St.
1 "And it came to pass, that he ent and help to forward the best picture at present. W14ofRIk.BLT&Co's.- N\V ('or. of J. O. Alvare "

I went through the corn fields on interests of our church.B. Sub Division ___28 I 13 Rose Cox _________ 8.75 residence lllk.nde.dNDY 18 6 23 J. II. A. Eva Lord --- 1135 .
Lots 567 bou
I the Sabbath day; and his disciples Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p. m. Confldenc is expressed that oil Lot Co'1*. of Sub Blk.Division 11 L. _T.__'.&-28 6 11 James Byrd ______ 1.71' Call St. and 13 by CourtSt. I''
1 began, as they went, to pluck the Sunday. Industry Is et last working out of Lot 8of RIk.11LT,4 In Cook ley's Add. --18 6 II J. W Andrew., Jr. ?_UI." il"'

I of com: And the Pharisees depression. Supply has balanced Co'*. Sub Division ..-28 I 11 Essie Short ..._____ 1.75' One lot In Cooksey's' Add Ii, \ '
ears Mid-week devotional bible studyon Lot. 1 A 2 of Blk. 14 L. T. hounded IS by W. 11. Mid. \
i said unto him Behold why do they each Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. demand, a relatives degree of price A Co' Sub Division ____28 6 21 L. T. A Co. __________ 1.78 dleton N br W J. W.MitchellA Andrews I! I'

1 on the Sabbath day that which Is Come. stability has been reached. Since Lot ft. of 1 lot 1 of 8 Blk 4 of 15 Blk.* B IS 38 S by, Jr.Madison. by St. ____28 8 13 J. W. Andrews ?____ 8116 f .. ''t j

I not lawful? And he said unto them -4> 1930 crude inventories have been A Lot 1 8 A E 38 ft. of Com. at SW C'or. of Call A I { ,y
.. W
read what David lot. S 4 of Blk. It L T. Broadway St A: run 1
I Have ye never PRESBYTERIANServices reduced by 88,000,000 bbls. on Call Ht.' 94 ft. R 106 '.
I did, when he had need, and was Blk.A Cop.19 L.Sub T. A Dlvl.lon211 Co's. SubDivision I 11 Annie Mack Coleman __ 19.65 ft. B at ft. N 105 ft. to.. .
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--------------2 8 IIJlrs.. Annie Hemlnaiway 31.61 I
I an hungered, he, and they that Sunday January 29, as New official figures show that I Blk. 33' 14 L. T.A_Co'--.-. Sub 28 I 13 L. '1'. A Co. _______ 3.75 Com.bee.1IIIIH ft. R of SB) Cor. I ,.,
I with him? How he went Into production In 1932 was of Call A Orange Sts. A I jl!
were follows: copper $ I 13 Unknown _______ 4.75 ..
I the house of God in the days of 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. about one-half of 1931 and that Lot S of El--------------3 run 8 106 ft.Call K R2V4 thence ft. N '
Sub Division 1 I ._ ,.... 28 8 13 Fannie Lloyd _______ 10.75 105 ft. to Bt. y
I Ablathar'the high priest, and did Williams, acting supt. refinery production was54/ per Lots 1 1 or 1314 of Blk. 12 W on said St. to bear.t8 6 S3 J. J. A Effl Johns ____ 3168

I eat the shew bread, which Is not : 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser cent lower. L. '1'..4 Co'.. Sub Dlvl..lonu. 11 Llllle Sander. ____ ..'78 One lot bounded liIotbYA Day .
St N by land KAlvare
I lawful to eat but for the priests, mon by the pastor. Theme,' "Pray Lot Co'5of131k.33LT.4. Sub Division _--.__18 S 13 Walter Cummings _._ S.75 .. W by W. M. Edward .
I and gave also to them which were ing in the Spirit." Full-fashioned Hosiery Manu- Lot 4 of Blk 12 L. T. A A 8' by Call St. In
Co's. Sub Division 18 1 IS Charley Thomas _.____ 10.75 NWVi of 8W\i ----- 9 6S
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I with him?, And he said unto them facturers Association of America
Blk.'f'
6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Lot 1 8 or EV4 of Blk. S3 8 80 ft. of lot. 8 4 nf
I The Sabbath was made for man, Topic, "What Good Is Our,Church Inc., favors 30-hour work week, L. T. A Co'*. Sub Division 1 In J. D. Jane Add. ---18 6 22 J. B. Corpenlng ____.__ 10.'76

land not man for the Sabbath; and bill limiting operation of -.____._____28 8 S3 Sam Tlson ____..___ 11.05 1-8 Interest In lot. 1 4 ofRIk.
doing? (Beginning Christian Endeavor any S BO ft. of Lot 4 of Blk. S3 1 In J. D. Jones Addition r
i therefore the Son of Man Is Lord Week). Leader, Genevieve equipment in excess of 12 hours L. T. A Co'.. Sub Division ___________28 0 22 Turner, Mott A darrl'* 1106
i also of the Sabbath." I : day. --------.-------28 8 33 Ida Simmons ....____ '.011 Lot 1 8 of Blk.. 1 In J. D. f.
Kenly per Lot. 1 1 or EV4 of Blk. 14 Jones Add 28 6 22 II. C Hitch ________ 10.75
| The fact that the grain was 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song L. T. A Co'. Sub Divis One lot of lan-----------

1 ready to harvest shows that It was and sermon. Congressional leaders of both oflk. -.-18 8 11 Sam Tlson .?_____ ...05W1 A B by 110 ft SandersonLane .W A Whounded
\ 88 L. T. A Co's.Sub E by
i the spring of the year, shortly after Prayer meeting Wednesday at parties now considering advisability Division _28 8 13 R. M. Ellerson _____ 15.75 A S by Hoyt Ht.__IS 0 21 Mary Jan Green ...... 11.21

I the Passover, which Is the time 7:30.: If you want a real uplift of powers of the R. F. C. to give. SV4\ of Blk. 86 L. T. A Co'.. One lot of land 1ft.H&W ft. N "
Division aSby210 ft.
Sub -- II B 83S3 Bust Chandler ____ 8.78
that grain ripens In Palestine. spirit and to get Into a better at- It wider discretionary authority in Blk. 87 A 88 L. TV: A Co's. bounded N by Pratt St. A
| The Shew Bread (Leviticus 24-: Uude toward your fellow men and making loans to railroads for their Sub Division -_-IS 8 A. O. Jenkins ____ 10.78 H by Sanderson Lane. __ISOn 6 22 J. W. Ilarrell _-__._.- 14.16
Blk. 89 L. T. A Co'.. SubDivision lot of land. com. at
IiB) was thus ordered, "take fine your maker come to the prayer Immediate needs.cm .. ___________31WVi 8 23S3 L. G. Powell ________ 10.78 Nffl Cor. of Broadway A
I flour and bake 12 cakes thereof; set \ of 111k. 40 L. T. Co'*. lloyt St.. A run N on ;
I BTOTI Sub Division _-It 8 L. T. A Co. ______ ..'711 Broadway Ht.' 105 ft. B! >
them-six on a row, upon the pure Notice I. hereby given that the following land will b. sold Lot. 1 4 of Blk. 41 L. T. A 167 M ft. H 105 ft to lloyt
I table before the Lord-every Sab- at public auction on the FIRST MO WAY IN FEBRUARY ta"'ItB being; Co's. Sub Division -It 6 11 Jas. 13. Franklin ____._ B.78 St. W 157V4 ft to bear. -jg 11 J. F. Colley ..________.. 11." !
1 bath-and It shall be Aaron's and the 6th day of said month before thi.e courthouse; door at la Lot. 1 S of Blk. 41 L. '1'. A One lot fronting on Broadway i
ford County, State of Florida or so I much thereof a* will be necessary to Co'*. Sub Division _____1 1 8 11 John Williams ____ ..'S Bt. bounded N by oldf'ounty
I his sons'; and they shall eat It in pay the amount due for taxes set c,ippostt the same. together with the Blk. 44 L. '1'. A Co'.. SubDivision jail 8 by land of 1
I the holy place." cost of such sal and advertlslna CARL JOHNS, Tax Collector ----------.3$ 6 23 A. O. Jenkins ________ '.'S M. I. John A known a* 1
_ ________ 1166
Lot 1 4 of Elk 45 and Lot Karhelhof-r place -- 18 6 31 Unknown
I It was this bread which David Tax. 31 of Blk. 46 L. T. A Co'.. Loa 118466780: 10 11 .
I and his followers ate when they Description See. T. R. A. Owner .A Colt Sub Division _________38 8 S3 Sarah Scott _._-. 11.05 11 of nik. 1 nowllngSiih '
Com. 100 ft. W of NB Cor. Lot 1& 816 of Lot 1 of Division to Stark. In a
I were fleeing from King Saul and of WH\ of NWU of SBVi Blk. 47 L. T. A Co',. SubDivision NWVi ot BWVi A 8WVi of
I became hungry. of NEW A run S 246 ft. is 1 S3 Fannie McCall ___-. '.05 NWVl .29 6 11 L. V. Bowling ._________ 16.11Lots11s6s7801011
wbeft.N245ft.E100ft NV4\ of lot 2of11k,48LT.
I One of Christ's greatest teachIngs to beg. ____ __18 6 22 Basic Short _______ '.811 Co'.. Rub Dlvl..lon18 8 21 J. R. Williams _...--_ ..'711 11 of Blk. 8 Cowling Sub ,
to observing the Sab- All NW% of SEVi. South of Lot 3 of Blk. 48 I* Ta Division to Btark. In
was
I as Call St. _28 6 22 E. D. Card _________ 50.75 Co's. Sub Division ------2$ 8 13 Joe Grant ________ 1.56 NWV of SWVi A HWVi: of
bath. The Pharisees had exalted One acre In NW Cor. of Lots 8 9 of Ulk 3 Davl. A NW'/i _.. 29 6 13 L. V. Dowllns. _..._____ 11.1.
1 Sabbath-keeping till It fairly overshadowed SWVi of SEVi -28 6 S2 O. I* Haynes _____ 40.75 Truby's Addition to Lot 1 of nik. 1 City Park
Half acre bounded SAB Stark. NF) Cor. of SEVi Sub Division Weatherly i
i the rest of their religion. by Pine St. W by N. of NWVi W of Ry. ----28 8 S3 J. U. Truby _______ 18.35 A Carmen's Addition to
I They had burled the rule Bternbera- A N by Mr .' Loa11145$7kfrtol. Btarke. In HWVi ot HIV --18 I 13 J. W. Andrew _______ ....
simple U. 8. Fernandes ______: 16 6 12 R. S. Fernandas _______ '..99a Lot on W side of Blk. Bex. Lot S 6 6 7 8 of Oik. 1 City
J of the fourth Commandment in a Com. at SB Cor. of SWV4 S 8 ft. of lots 7 8 N. Park Sub Division J
I vast number of regulations of their of SWVi A run W 706 ft. J. Jones Addition to Weatherly A Carmen's
N 116 ft. NE 608 ft. B Stark In SEVi of NWVi Addition to Stark In ,
Mown devising-Just how far man 208 ft. thence E 174 ft. W of Walnut St. -28 6 33 Bradford County Bank. 41.95 SWVi of S01f\ _________28 6 13 Unknown ______ 7.16 1
B might walk on the holy day. Just 8 902 ft. to belt also cer. Lots 8 9 11 11 e.. N 10 ft. Lot 1 of rity Park 1
tam land. H of Mrs. of lot 9 13 of Blk. O Sub Division WeatherlyA
how heavy a load, might be carried, Bparkman A W of Ily. In N. J. Jones Addition to Carmen's Addition to
Hand the like. So far did they go SKVi of SWVi __-______28 6 12 10 Mrs E. F. Johns ___ II.65 Starke In SEVi of NWVi Btarke In HWVi of SBVi__28 6 13 B. W Miller ________ I."
Lot 6 7 8 of Blk.1 Orlr- W of Walnut St. 38 8 S3 Unknown ____ 71.56 Lot 8 9 of Blk 3 r-lty Park
with their fanaticism that If a moat Stark laNBVi Lot. 126456 of131k.DN. flub Division WeatherlyA fr
house took fire on the Sabbath It of ws"wCf1 6 11 IL A. Dew __ 15.05 J. Jones Addition to Carmen'. Addition to '
Origge 33 Mrs. B. K. ....
B Lot 4s 4 6 of Blk. 4 a ot NWVi Btark In 8W of 8BH of28 6 Ferryman '
was allowed to burn down with Inal Town of Stark In W of eJlt1sUYtt. __- Lot 1 of IMk. 4 City ParkHub
I everything In It-no water might NEV4 of SWVi -2 IIN T. A. Brlnson ___ 11.05 RvLot ______ -_2S SS J. H. Alvares ____ 11.85 Division. WeatherlyA .
I Original 8 A"N 8 ft. of"lot* 4 Carmen'' Addition to
I be carried to put out the fire, 'q.own Blk.of Star%* In NEVi- ., 5 6 of Blk B N. J. Jones Stark In SWVi of SBVi._28 6 13 Joe Sletrunk __ _____ 396 {j
9 U H. A. Bishop ________ 11.05 IRtump'
none of its contents might be rescued of SWVi Addition to Btark In Lot. 1284 of Blk. A
Lot 1 8 of Blk. 16 OrlglnalTown SBVi of NWJi W of Wal- Addition to
However sick a person of Stark la NEVi nut St. ___ ___28 8 M J. M. Alvares ___ 17.15 fit uk. In B<_ of SBVi OfIMKI. 1
I might be, no doctor could attend of SWVi ____________28 6 22 F. F. Stump ,----_ 16.05II. Lot S of Blk. 1 High way ',. __ __ ___________.29 6 13 F. F. Stump .?__. -_ 838
I him on.the Sabbath. Com. 10 ft 8 of NE] Cor. : Addition to Starke -18 6 S3 Bradford County Bank. 10.75 Lots 12846678 of Blk.
of Blk. IT A run W 60 ft. Lot 1 of Blk. 1 Temple's 11 Htump's Addition toNE
I Christ uttered a great and fundamental 8 18 ft. B 50 ft. N 25 ft. Addition to Starke In Htark In BWVi of NEy.--29'
Town of of and 6 S3 F. F. Stump ___ 111 $f
to b.* Original NEVi NWVi W4.} '.
I truth when he said, "The Starke In NBVi of 8WVi-SJ 6 22 A. Bishop _____ 11.18 of NBVi W of fly G II Bradford County Bank. 11.36W44 Lot. 1- 1$4601AofDlk.C .
j Sabbath was made for man, and Com. at NW Cor. of Call A of lot S of Blk. 1 Temple's Stump's Addition to
I not Walnut St. A run W on Addition to ..Stark. Htark. In SVi of SEVi of 9
for
man the Sabbath. Ood < J9 6 32 F. F. Stump __..._ '.U
Call St. 149 ft. 2 In to a in NE 4 of NWIJ and WVi :'
I Intended that the Sabbath should pt. of b**;. thence N 105 of NE'. w of Uy. _____-211 4 13 F. G. mlnrway. a. Lot.13345$7R91911 7
I minister to man's physical and ft. W IS ft. S 105 ft. B Lot a of Blk. :2 Temple's P. 8. McMillan ____ 11,11 12 1* 14 16 18 of nik. D '!
16 ft. to be Original Addition to Starke In NEVi Add to Htark-
Slump's
I spiritual welfare by providing a town of Starke In NBVi of NWV and W 14 of NBVi In \84! of BE'4 of NBU2n 1 S3 F. F. Stump _--- .... ),(

I day of rest, which would also furnish El of"fI\I\SWVi& ft.. of-Lots38o-** D. E. Knight H.40 Lots1l34/7ofBIk.W of Ry. ._ ________28 G U Mr. Celia Carter ___ 11.81 Block Adl ition 14 In Oasklns'.j 6 S3 L. A. Davis, Jr. -_ 11.,.

time for public worship and Blk 18 .*. 20 ft. by 48V4 .4 Temple' Addition to IV, acre. In NW""Co"ofNEVi 'J
I spiritual culture. ft. on South side sold to to IIta. k. In NEVi\ off of 8F3'/i' helna884
F. C. Holllna-sworth NWVi and WV4 of NEVi. ft. N B by 290 ft B A
I Then our lesson turns from work Original Town of Stark ',' W Ky. 28 6 S3S3 U. A. Shaver Co. ______ 61.65 W -_- ._.- .----._-zlSW'i'of > 6 S3 L. A. Davis, Jr ____1S1.S6
I of In NEVi of SWVi -s$ J. W. Andrews ___...101.95 Lot 6 7 of EIk.7 Temple'. S' of NEVi' B of- '
necessity--as satisfying hunger _
; One Lot Com. 44V,* f t W of Addition to Starke In ditch : >_ 29 6 S3 L. A. Davis, Jr. _____ 6.76
| to acts of mercy that may be NE Cor. of Blk. 18 A run NRV1 of NWVi and WH of 1 $-4 scree bounded" by
I done on the Sabbath. "And he en- W on Call St. 87 ft. 8 in.S105ft.E31ft21n.N. NEVi; W of Ry. _._ -28 6 H. W. Hayes ______ '.18 Myrtle Ht.' H by Madison
tered All Blk 9 ex. strip of land St. W by land of I* A.
again Into the synagogue; 106 ft. to bea- Original 10 ft. a In. off N side of Davis, Jr., A N by halt
and there was a man where which Town of Stark tn NEVi lot 4 A .... all lots 667 ..c. line __ _-, 6 S3 L. A. Davis. Jr. ____ 1.66 1
had of SW"4 ________28 6 22 -.' J. M. Alvares 70.10 Temple' Addition to Corn at HW' Cor."of"Madi
a withered hand. And they Lot 5 ex. lot 85 f t. N A 8 by Starke In NEVi of NWVi son A Myrtle 8ts. A run
watched him, whether he would 80 ft B A W In NE Cor.of s nd WVs of NEVi W of S210ft.W 210ft.N210
him same A Lot 7 .x. 60 -of38 6 13 S. R. John. ---____ 93.35 ft. to Madison St. thence
peal on the Sabbath day; that ft. A part of lots 6 8 of : 1.1--1 4 6 e-i li"l4 B on said Bt. 110 ft. to
tthey might accuse him. And he Blk. 18 Original Town of -- Blk. 11 Temple' Addition bear. In Os-kln's Add._29 6 13 B. C. 4C.. a Holtjendorf II."
| the man which had the Com. 10 ft. 8 of NE Cor. NWVi and WV4 of NEW of Madison A Myrtle St*.
Ithered hand Stand forth. Andfie of Lot 6 of Blk. 18 A runwsoft.S35tt1360ft. <, of Ry. __________28 I II M. R. Llddon __ n.II : ftfNtlO' .
with Lot 11 12 of Blk. 11 Tem SlOrft.W 210 .
unto them. Is it lawful to N 85 ft. to bea- Original pl.'. Add. to CttarV! In B 110 ft. to b... In Oask-
|lo good on the Sabbath days, or to Town of Starke In NBVi NEVi of NWV. and WV4 of In' Add. 29 6 S3 B C. A. C. S. Iloltiendorf .... ; b
Slo evil? to 8WV4 ** Un.fld II. A. Blihop. u.. 41.15 I NEW' W of fly. ______21 6 S3 Jlre. P. E. Dally 7.85 Com. 110 ft.w'of'sw'Cor.of .
life to kill?
save or fot- iw.i of Lot 11 14 of Blk. 16 Temple's Madison A Myrtle St..
|Jut they held their peace. And nik 18 bounded N by Call Addition JOaJawk: A run W 210 ft. to West
he St. E by Btarke House A In NEVi of moreland Bt. thence 8 on i,1
jvhen had looked about on them W. II. Rivers, B by Madison I of NEVi W of Ry. ______2* 6 S3 1'. J. Alderman __ 11.85 aid St. 420 ft. N 410 ft.
frvith anger, being grieved for the St. .A W by Court St. ; Lot 8 of"Blk. 16 Temple' to beg & designated on i '
pardness of ex.: : lots In NW Cor. soldJ. I Add. to Btark In NRVi map of Claskln's Add. a*
their hearts, he salth R. Davis A Son A of NWU and WV4 of "Clark A Blk _______29 1 II-D. C. A C. S. Iloltiendorf 10.51 '
|Into the man, stretch forth thine Richard A .*. lot oW I I NEVi\ Wo- Ry. --1 12 J. O. Preyatt __ 11.85 1V4 acres In SW ('''1'. of
fraud. And he stretched It out Clara L. Peek Original Lot. ft 10 11 12 of Blk. 11 .IIE oflnNNR1ff NBVi ___29 6 22 L. A. Davis. Jr. ____.. 1.76
; Town of Starke In NBVi Temple Addition to 2 acres : of SE'4
B'nd his hand was restored wholes a II Unknown ..........101.45 Btarke In NE'4 of NWVi bounded El by Dowllng's
Lots 'iWa oi : k-ii j. and of NEVi W of Add H by Bt. W by Bt. A
the WH
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other. This synagogue wasH anal. Town of Btark In _____ _____}| 22 C. L. Peek _. .._.._ '.18 N by 0-skln's: Add. ---_-29 22 J. Q. Boyd 1.16
robably the same as that In which NBVi of BWVi ----- -18 6 22 Gee C. Krus ______ 69.05 Lot. 18 14 of $3 9 acres In BW Cor. of SKVi
ftfesus had healed the man "sick of Lot 7 of Blk. 28 Original ple's Addition to Stark of 8BV4\ A W 2 A of eEY,29
Town. of Stark In NEVi y. ofN1314 I4 and of SEVi 6 23 Mr*, v. TorruelU 41.06
fratay." The rulers of the Jews of SWVi\ __-___. P. B. McMillan ... .. 11.05 WgNE WNW f RY.IS 6 12 Lois Peek Ferryman T.3S One lot of"land $40 yards
Rver* watching Jesus to catch him Blk. 29 a. extended on i En- Loti of Blk. 24 Temple' N A B by 120 yards B A
.*y Map ... S 100 ft. A Addition to Stark. inofENE'A W In SB Cor. of SBVi of ,
|n some saying or work by which ... a strip of land 80 ft. NW% and WV4. 8BV4\ ___. _____-_ 2* 6 23 T. J. Alderman ....
Bhey could accuse him as a crlmgnal. on Madison St. by 171 ft. \ W of fly. 18 6 12 W. n. Crosby 738 Com. at MB .. ot 8E<4 .
on Walnut St. sold to L. Lot. 11 11 of Blk. 24 !T';;- of SKVi and run W 175 ft.
When he healed the man's A. Davl. Original[ Town ple's Addition to Btark to W Irn. of B. W. Orlg-
Bothered hand. "The Pharisees of Stark in NBVi of In. NEW of NWVi. and WH acre land thence N on .
ftvent 8WU. _-r-18 11WV4 J. W. Andrews __ 47.15 of NE W of Ry. ---It 8 12 A. 1 Thomas T.S5 aid land 141 ft. to a pt. ,
forth and straightway took of Blk 10 a* extended'on : Lots 1 83 of Blk. 17 Tem of l>e-. thence N 478 ft. .., 1,
gounael with the.Ilerodlans against JJn7'"Hap s-6 106 ,C"* ple's Addition to Btark W 860 ft. 8 4T8 ft B 84* -"
ft. Original Town of In, NBV*. of NWVI" and WH ft. to the pt. of beg.-4Nui
Fun. how they might destroy him. Stark In NEVi of SWVi-11 < HBVi B. F. Johns _____ 41.15 of NEVi" W of Ry____$6 6 22 Mr.. Front Clemjn (36 In BKi, of 8EU" --l 9 6 22 Mr*. Rachel McArthur 17.11
It Ia said that Jesus never grew of Blk. 80 a* xtended: -Mrs... .. _. Lot 4 6 17 11 of Blk> 11 of SWVi of sniZNEu of
on Bneey Map ... 8 106 Temple'e Addition tBtark rrsaMfs'! N of ditch 1H
Bngry when men absused or accus- ft. Original Town. of la NJOVi o* NWVi .,Swa7St--- I acre -. .,nn.._.._** 4 22 L. A. Davis Jr. _____ T.ll






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FRIDAY. JANUARY
TELEGRAPH, BTARKE. FLORIDA i1l931
Rj LACE mairr BRADFORD COUNTY __. _
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1.-- -------------1 would be In utter Miami Beach Miniature
feat legislation right golf
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished connictwlta the'principles}? of rep- '- course, Collins Avenue and 29th

Maybe' You've From Other Pens II III resentative'government.In Right nOW you don't have any street, rebpeeL .,'
of ---- ---
1877 this instance, as In others of trouble getting a room at any -

similar nature, the country Is con- the hotel and there are vacant
Heard It ButITS anomalous situation homes and apartments available as
Second Class DREAMS fronted with an
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as I HOME OF office
that could hardly seem pos well as considerable spacebut
Matter at the Post Office,at Starke, Florida sible in a republic. If there is one the home folks here are hopeful ,
to
real it Is me
TilE SAME THING 1110 very that In dreams I I established principle in republican they are all slttia' around
my
E* L. Matthews_____________________Editor and Owner If saw the movie "I Am a This home see; form of government is that the waltln' for the next session of the
==a you majority shall control, yet highly Legislature, then they can pack
Fugitive from A Chain Gang" you:. The Joy of bome-all women know
bed and rent the i ih
halted in
is bya 'em three a
SUBSCRIPTION RATE were perhaps thrilled by the scene Is In ,my heart where e'er I go. important legsllatlon
Senate rule that seems benches to those who get a
Muni" 'throws the '* senseless park
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75o-Payable in Advance where bloodhounds Paul off hla trail by lying 1 plan all day I HI and dream all nightOf Intended primarily\ to glorify the here late. The kind of a house or i
of the Individual sena- apartment you'd pay $35! to $40a
Advertising Rates on ApplicationIt at the bottom of a stream while happiness a d candle i light- authority
month for in Tampa or :Miami, 1 1e
he breathes through. hollow reed. And In my visions I have Been tor.In
I the good old days, when the they'll knock down to you for the ,
ducks.. But did you know that the same The open door, the shutter green. e
does seem a little cruel-kicking out poor lame stunt was' pulled yeatt ago by a cost was never considered, wlnd- SESSION at a mere $160 or $200, I

fine art did not comeIn and if the politicians can't pay it,
-i -o fugitive from our .own State Prison 1 know no Jewel I would trade jamming as a
Florida buy munici- Farm? For my kitchen dreams have made. for condemnation. If some august well some prosperous Lobby Liz-
American buy ,
They tell us to buy to zard will and the same for
punish
r Sure, as Oracle Alien would say, Here In my fancy, at my will law-giver saw tit goes
pality, but none of them tell us what to buy with. It wart the same stunt: Except it Flowers bloom on the window sill. himself by continuous oratory, offices. Desks, chairs and type-

''I HI O '" .1( wasn't stream, it wa New River; reading the Bible and otherwise writers may be cheap and plentiful -

", American" and our convict didn't use 'a hollow So welcome and so white it stands killing time when his tiring brain where you live but they're hardto
'One writer points out that Mr. Hearst's "Buy reed, he used a pie ti of hose; and For my heart and love and hands. refused to properly function, he find and harder to pay for up

campaign is being printed on Canadian news print he didn't escape, he, was recap- So very real It Is to me was regarded merely as an enter here. But they tell me it's gonnabe WORLD'S

-o tured when one of the 'posse 'BO- This little home that IB to be. i tainer. But In these parlous times, a great little show this year,

tlced the rubber sticking up out of -Unknown. when money Is money and when and cheap at the price, no matter

On top of everything else comes the distressing news the water. But it WM the same taxes are higher than ever dreamed what you pay to see it. GREATESTMIDWINTER

that we are'to be afflicted with a jig-saw puzzle craze. stunt.: The Da-Beach News-Journal of, to throw away a few thousand -
dollars is something of a high I But speakln' of a BIG SHOW,,
in these few lines:
much
o says crime., 'o fall to take any possible there's nothing not even the Legislature -

They tell us that fifty per cent cf the human body Is carbon LITTLE CHILD SHALL ASK 'EM "Nobody for the sinif Is;:paying of 'former more extrava-heavily legislative steps that might bring that can compare with the

Perhaps that is the reason lots of folks knock so'Bush.e We have often admired the Ingenuity gance than'":the innocent choolteachera. relief to the distressed and do one that opens in Tampa next EXPO5ITIOEDUCATIONAL
with which mothers any I something to restore prosperity la Tuesday, the South Florida Fair.
Society can with difficulty -
ewer the'more or less, and more the services these I an even more serious offense than ,This year you will find aome mag-
ever "
f.. Rather than have their term cut short, teachers in the often more than less, embarrassing men and wonted'repay' are giving- to our: mere waste x x x ;nificent county exhibits, and there 'PIR $'itp
There should be fill- will be of and interesting '
-
propounded by their off- no more plenty new
month without question[ return.
to teach one children for' Inadequate
t} Reno negro.school have agreed spring. Some of the answers are usters. The public la tired of payIng features. You'll be sorry if a
S They have to be content with other 1 (
,i'', pay.., little gems that must be Inspiredby reward than:money." for them. If Senators want to you miss It, and remember the ::. ...... !!

4 L 0 a special angel whose business ._ o talk and dawdle they should be I
It is to come to the aid of sorely kept ,at ,home where they could become : 11, and the password la FIFTY
Iit Judging by the amount of knot tying we have seen,going preplexed> mamas. ,. y..,: The'most" lovable quallty'thatany loquacious at their own ex- CENTS. You drop it in the slot FEATURES

r+ on this week, the Boy Scout organization must have got oftri' For instance: on the same pro human't can possess is toler-that pense.-Palatka Daily News.o I as you go through the gate. And
Tolerance Is the vision
ance. ril be lookln
chain picture I .tor.
you.
with the AGRICULTURAL
gang --- --
'r to a fine start. ,M ,, .. gram enables us to'see things from an.other's
: there was one of those animated a 4 .
-- -- -
0-... point of view.' It is the EXHIBITIONS
'
", ghil'vIf drawing things usually concerned

you find that you have to pay a twenty-five.: piss: ,cent with barnyard,animals having their generosity that,concedes to others and bo, Late
opinion
the right ,toUkefr\) ,own
trials and tribulations to musical
auto tag after February 1, don'naayr we little their It Is ,the elQi
!: penalty on your accompalnment. In the own.peculiarities. W J

didn't remind you course of this feature a hen witha bigness tha,tg enablea! us to let peo- (? elassif

i'" 0 brood of chicks was flashed on ple,be.ha pycln their own way instead 1
of our PhiladelphiaPublic
way)!
One of the biddies By RUSSELL
I A news story from the State Woman's Collegeu/ays, ? the screen. Ledger KAY
whispered something In' its moth- Secretary: Florida Prm, Aiuofi.lo, SERVICE AND NONSERVICEEditor
l' "Students Get'Music With Soup." Most people furnish, their er's ear,,sand then ran hot-foot to SoA .

g own music with soup. a little house ,that was, decorated SCOUT-IS BRAVE Well I sneaked over to Talla- Telegraph,

f' o with the familiar half-moon' win' ----: ,' ,< bas ee last week Just to see the Starke, Fla.Regarding. I
'Of- the Incidents and,ator- the old village I
/ dows. many ruins. Outwardly, letter to the Flor ,
1 The Ocala Banner says that the mayor Augusta, Ga., has A little girl one row'bebin$f.lie lea that have_mte' to our?'notice :seems to be calm and peaceful but ;ida Railroad my Commission and the 'j -

f given his city.council a theme song for 1933. It is "Budget, tage-whiapered, "Mother: ,,what did 'we think this one as,told by Boy's boy- how the folks up ,here go .Interstate Commerce. Commission t ,

t 'Can You Spare a Dime?" he go in there for?" Life best'Iurstrabee-with.peculiar around on tip toe whlsperin to for advice regarding rates on berries ..

f' "To lay an egg dear" the mother poignancy the vital part that each other. and green corn, Lawtey to
10, 0 replied without missing a note scouting playa in the life of the I Jersey City, etc.:

.: The Plant City Courier tells of a snake that swallowed of the musical accompainment., boy. This story: was told by a for- i If you ask me, what the Jape As usual the Florida Railroad WANTEDOne

t a'china egg.. ,That might be good news if Japan hadn't been ,- mer Scout executive of Kansas I have done to Manchuria ain't gota Commission replied at once and
WHY, MR. MASEFIELD! City. He had gone to visit a Scout thing on what Mr. Sholtt and Furnished us with the desired information '
;' swallowing China for months. who had Just been through a serious :Mr. Lee been doln' up here, and if to-wit: First claM rate mule, s> few .. Somehow we feel that Mr. Mase-: and farm tools also fat
beckoned
0- operations The nurse you happen to know anybody that'slookin' Lawtey to Jersey City $2.39 per wagon
field has not done right by his pubic to him. She wanted to tell how for a few nice second hand hogs In exchange for Satsuma
A Washington State paper tells of two new varieties of cwt.; and as the new rate on
-he has let us down. The man splendidly the boy. had behaved Ingoing swivel chairs, why this will be a strawberries la 120 cent of Orange Tree See Lacy Anderson
per
strawberries., Why bother with new ones? It would'be hard who has been singing robust sagas : under tie anesthetic. The good place to find 'em right now. first class and the weight ia 63 on my place at Crosby Lake

I to improve'on' what we have now.. of the sea for years suffered from I boy knew the operation might pounds per crate, the new rate per i! er

o mal de mer on his Journey from prove fatal gut| he faced it with a And while there aren't as many 32 quart crate will be $1.78. The:
England to the United States recently calm and she had observed folks holdux' a Job here aa there
courage
old rate was $1.95 ,therefore the Friak
A headline the Times-Union says "Invite Public, tot 'In other words, his stomach -I ; I Aubrey
; ,In few older people and It had used to be J b.Ueve'there's more new rate will be only 17 cents per
: Inspftftt MfjjthYg" Parlor". Another good old induct rowneff became upset. [t's'al1 very Impressed I thcrcdoctors 'as well ad people workln' If you know what I crate cheaper instead'of 73 cents

tj') They're milking in parlors now I 'JQ disquieting;what with photographs tip nurses. While he was on the mean. I ankled around In the per crate as some seem to think. STATE FARM. Ralford, Via.

'. showing the famous poet withouta operating table,",they noticed, that Capitol building for awhile and the Also aa usual the Interstate
'c --- ,rr: earrings-but with a
peg leg or one hand was clenched tightly. way they were poundln' the works Commerce Commission baa not answered -
+' Another story that is going the rounds is the one wistful expression,that;seemed to Gently opening bin hand, finger by; out of those typewriters and and we suppose, as usual, INSURE WITH

about the man who had to quit striking matches on the sole say be hoped he wouldn't see anything finger, ,they ,found a piece of I. crankln' the addln' machines, it re- when they do answer: it will take Gulf Life Insurance
to.-eat real soon. crumpled On the in minded of Shot Real Es-
paper paper me a Big
forty Philadelphia U. S. Supreme
P of his shoe because it tore holes in his socks.
Masefleld wrote: scrawl were penciled the boom. Company
: Mr. once a boyish tate office during Court lawyers to figure out what
f I must go down to the sea again, these words: ,"A Scout is "Brave. their answer'really means to the N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

: Maybe local doctors should pay us a commission on all to the lonely sea and the sky --Ft. :Meade Leaden, When you see a guy walkin' Bradford County shippers of Local Representative
a And all I shall ask la a tall ship ---" 0- i# down the street with his chest out strawberries and green corn.
bills they have collected since published "The Doctor'sDream"
we
and a star to steer her by. PROUDi4NISSISSIPPIOnce whistlln' "Happy Days are HereAgain" Some people think that the Flor- .

One subscriber told us that she read the poem and WeU, :Mr., Maaefleld' went down -, he ian't hard to classify, ida railroad commission Is more

went'right down to pay up. but his dinner came up. ? the example of what t not he'. IN, but the bird that shuffles benefit to the farmers and truck

Perhaps he couldn't help beingseasick to' do*Jn government,. the..state of along with a face aa long as a bad growers of Florida than any other
o we won't hold that against Mississippi In the last few years dream, well he's an OUT or expectsto department of the State, and thatif
Lawrence Tibbett originally spelled his name with one t. him but it does seem that he could baa Jumped into i a place of prom- be. the costs to operate It were one

a A printer made a mistake on a program and spelled !it with have prevented Mrs. Masefleld inence among state governments, hundred times as much as it is now

two t's. Mr. Tibbett obligingly followed suit. We nominate from describing the trip" over as and Its practices are being pointedto And you know, to me there issomethln' that it would still be a great asset
being "too uppy-downy. Sayinga as examples of what to do. downright pathetic to the shippers of farm products..
; + Lawrence for the ideal print shop customer. thing like that about the "lonely Pleasing to Mississippians, and a about these poor birds we see goln Alao those same people, and I am

o sea and the sky" Is Just plain sisay- matter of,envy to states with not- IN and OUT on the political tld... one of'''them, cannot figure out 'I stment that

I wise)', we think. sogoOO''records, is this United For a time they are slttin pretty. where the Interstate Commerce
We are glad to see that the dust has not been allowed tot Never
and then Slumps
Press report from Jackson: blooy, the well-known axe ,Commission Is any benefit to any
: collect on "Our Letter Box" for several weeks now,., Contrary More reincarnations: Lincoln Mississippi's revenues! for the swings on 'em and the're all dazed one except to the Railroad Companies -

I t{ to popular belief the average editor welcomes the opinions of came back as an automobile, Taft year 1932 exceeded governmental and dizzy. A lot of 'em have established I and themselves. Sound lock fire lamnae on your

: others, even when they are not in accord with his own. aa a hotel, Washington) as a stamp, expenses by 9121.863.07, a report homes here and they i Here la something that it ia hard properly U a. laT..'...' that
i, and Bismarck aa a herring, says of State Auditor Joe S.. Price revealed have kids in school and have built '.for a Florida Cracker to understand MTfrr .1_,.. II d.M mere than

0 Walter WlncheU. And Columbus I today. '' up fraternal and social contact : It costs us, or will cost us, protect foot property-U nuke.
'
Hermits recently came out of hiding long enough to hold as a circle Roosevelt as a Held .t "This Is said to be the first time' that have become a part of their !$1.78 per crate plus refrigeration :year... f hlp Mid year tfMj I"lht

f a convention in Omaha. They took a look around and decided Louis XIV aa a chair, Queen Victoria In"SO years the state's revenues lives Now they must get all wash etc. to ahlp a crate of strawberries property-/. aid MCBTVWBond
as an era, add*, the Tarpon have exceeded expenditures. ed up and go back where they to Jersey City, N. J. But the
.t to go back into seclusion. It is encouraging to note; Springs Leader. Floridians. wanting to think of came from. Jersey City shippers could ship us sleek fire I.Isa.rasee Deal iciid ftywrb.etl.ve.t.e

4: .however, that,none of them committed suicide over the condittion their state as in'good shape, win berries and the cost would be only "
, 'of things. PUGILISTIC PROBLEM also look with envy, since the re- Of course turn about Is fair play $1.59 per crate or 19 centa per
ti cent'atatenttJn't 'of, farmer Comptroller and the ones who happen to be crate cbeaper. In other words the HAROLD C. ''WALL
writers the Gainesville
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Sports on
o I Ernest Amos that thestate's"income'halln.t lucky to step in now are all peppy freight is $33.20: per car of 280 INSURANCESTARKE.FLORIDA

;. It would be hard to say which the members of the Su- I, Evening' News will tell you ,reached, the and happy, but political terms paaa crates higher for us to ship our
j about one of the troubles "of Vasco -
'' outgo ln'yea' quickly and it won't be so very berries to Jersey City than It "
wannee River Press Association enjoyed more last Friday : Forsyth and how It was remedied. ......
I long before those favored ...., -
Mississippi turned Its trick now will would be for Jersey City to shipus
"..,; seeing the inside of the Putnam Lumber Company's" huge According to those scribes mainly bypassing' the sales tax- find themselves in ,the parade that the same car back. o. ,_

\. ,,t mill at Shamrock or eating the quail at the dinner given by Forsyth has his right in workingorder two percent. So successful has goes the other way and It ian't a Yours truly
the Ave
again. During past this been that'there! Is pleasant procession.Everybody J. L. HARRELL
\ Mi. and Mrs. Chavous. now agitation ,
months that well known sleep pro- ATLAS
f for a five percent tax,. It' Jan. 23, 1933 Lawtey Fla.e .
r. 0t' ducer has been missing. Vaaco
wasn't long ago that Mississippi ia auspicious of the
fj t' The Duval County Commissioners have decided that their would swing a hard one bls'lettIt and then laud was going back to the state stranger who arrives in town, and AT THE STARKE HOTEL
t would be content to use :
jury'lists shall be made up largely from the ranks of the un took Frankle :Murphy, the old vet- for delinquent taxes as fast as the first question they ask Is The Standard Oil
j ; Florida's is. Now that Is changed.Florida's "Whatta you doin' here?" If you Guests at the Starke this week
; employed. One local attorney remarks that this move is not eran to set Vaaco right: Frankie TireGuaranteed
happen to be
next step, Is to talkIn' to a guy that's
,1 stopped off In Starke previous to we feel. were: Mrs. T.. E. Vaughn, Mrs. J.
" likely to speed up the mechanism of justice. He predicts an Vasco's fight with Vlnzant.'Vasco undertake a sales tax also and to still got a Job, he thinks you're JO. Smith Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.
practically abolish the advaloremtax. after It, and if ;you meet with One Year:
epidemic of hung juries. told Frankle of his trouble. "You up Wade Maasto! Richmond, Va-
We do not with those one of the fellows who has 1
just
are taping your hands too tight," agree Messrs. Jerry Smith and JB..
0KILLING
--
, said the Irlabman, "let up on your who think our; present.tax system lost one be starts makin' a fuss Smith, Tampa; Messrs. Samuel J. ..............
.' F TilE GOOSE Is sound. It Is far from It over you in hopes ,
tape, wind your hands so you can as it !is you can help Fltzzerald and G E. White, Tam-
clinch them, tight, and see what being demonstrated more and more him get In somwhere else.I pa; :Mr. Robert E. Curtis, Arkon,

There are many ways of killing the goose that laid the you can do." Vaaco tried that each year.-Ocala Banner don't believe Ohio; Mr. Jack Wilkins, Savannah Frigidairethe
( a Tallahassee has Ga Mr. J. A. Norris Tampa
; ;
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thing, sent Vlnzant to sleep '
t golden egg-one of them, that applies locally is putting upa with very a right to the law and found! EXPENSIVEFILIBUSTERING gotten over the shock of the but Messrs. L. C. Moore and C. P. ,

poor pack of berries. Fortunately, there are many growers his hand waa back'to shape and -, C election Of course they think Hatchell, Darlington. S. C.; Mr. E. three:year guar-

1 t who can be depended upon to do the right thing, and, if they unhurt. Frankle has furnished the The prolonged filibuster, con- Dave is a nice boy and they like :M. McCarty, ChIcago HL; Messrs.M. .
ducted by Senator Huey.Long anda him and all that, BUT-and the ,: A. Myers. Nelson Wynn Allan anted electric refrig-
;:r cannot get the price they ask on the platform, do not hesitate remedy. handful ofVwtlfuI senators" who old'timers find it hard to take Mr. Green Moreland, N. J.; :Meadamea!

to' ship their fruit themselves. However, there are others were opposed to the branch bank- Lee into their heart In Ernest like I i A. A. Gammon, F. D. Giles L. D. erator

who know.that what is at the bottom of their quart will ONLY HUMAN NATUREIf ing bill, has coat the taxpayers of they did Amos. They ,just can't Howland, Philadelphia. Pa.; Mr.
a cup
when guests have gone .she America a pretty penny. And at understand these boys comin' up and Mrs. William D. Smith, New
It ;> not bear inspection, and must take what buyers offer them starts to cry and says, "I a time, too when money Is scarce, here and takln the State's CAPITAL York N. Y.; :Mrs. E. J. Sutherland

Y .because the "'-do not dare ship the stuff themselves. There nature! the budget .unbalanced and the more seriously than they dot Great Neck, N. J.; Mrs. N. R. MU- Fprsale, bySmith's

} are those who believe that the ,only; way to remedy this situation Don't be alarmed or fussed, my stability of our financial institutions e 'CAPITOL.. ler.. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hen-
friend It'. only human nature. sadly in need of bolstering derson,. Pembroke, N. J.; Mr. and '
.:! is to.employ a government inspector! to come in, and, Aacrffibe43lhe'stoaid be, fast This filibuster--and au, filibusters And when ,they started putUn' Mrs. q W.-,Densloe, Mr. 'Van H. Service
f ,
: without feazbcfavor:?, throw ovl>,ber elitlat1'are; i Snot: jacked c asleep.' 1t sh.x should still tw-": :-could have but' one possible put',the" first State'Vouchers: without Ferguson; New York N/Y.fMes- $

,.,' according: to a ,certain standard. This proposal l might'seem ,:r..tur : __. objective-to enable the mInority the:Siaote Ertest Amos stamp.ed"across"e'tven'the dames E. N.; Montague John ." '>* r'
drastic but F.2loo.dDKtwfc! Mrs. Jones, to defeat the maJorlty."This old men Priest, Mr. Colton Montague Carnegie -
there is no doubt t'that" after a season or two It's humaa being'the It Ia with white.-wMebers'couldn't StationStarke
only i[p tuf$. ,r ease 'ollvJou"that, remember Pa., Mr R. A.;-Knight,
there would be an improvement in the pack, improvement in But when she gets to calling"names if the talkfeata 'were 'conductedfree ever seem' anything like Gainesville.

prices and an improvement in good-will between the berry of doubtful nomenclature, with the senators hiring their that before. A lot of, folks were .

growing sections Just soak her gently on the chin: own hall and serving without pay, really surprised when the .banks Plant City-Sam Saaos opening Fla.

and the markets. that too is human nature! the"purpose of such a move to de-, cashed 'em, it Just didn't seem branch lunchatand on Baker ..treet.i 00' .' ,.......



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