Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tablisbed 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months, 75o-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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t mm FJFT'1"-FlVE STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY _S. 1033__ ____ _______ __ __ __ NUMBER FOURTEEN

Farm Has Saturday Night Fight Spray Residues Athlete's Father Last Minute Rush Berry Shipment

ate Results In Murder Mister GroundhogGets For Automobile Tags

Of Hampton Negro Health Hazzard His Head 'Wet Died This WeekIn Keeps Office BusyThe t
[JumpInNumberSent ; Holding Up }Well
Willie Williams, 43, colored resi- usual last minute rush for
dent of Hampton died Sunday after When Mr. Groundhog automobile tags took place Tues

Up In Year being in a Saturday shot through Bight the scuffle.stomach Costing Growers day emerged to look from the hU weather den Thurs-situation Waldo Recluse day quite at result the city In the hall chaos, but that did bad not Afer Cool Spell

A coroner's Jury summoned Mon I over, be not only fail- been expected. It Is estimated by
ed to his shadow, but he _
day Judge E. see
morning by County Carl
Johns assistant to
Tag AgentM.
Mayo And Hanson Urge FarmersTo Parent of Gene Vraike, World '
Send 15 Daring 1032- also got his head wet, and
afford K. Perryman found that Williams J. Sapp that 200 licenses were Return to Growers Estimated At
Union Elght-Clay was murdered by Robert Cody, Remove Toxic Substance went scampering back Inside, Famous Runner Was Man Issued on this day. 912.000 For Week of Jan.

Only One another negro, who It said to have Before Shipping I almost before we had time to Of Mystery I The office of the agent remained 28-Februnry 2
Interview him. -
fired the shot.Witnesses until -
ten o'clock
In a joint etatement Issued this Waldo. Jan. aIThe story of a open Tuesday
ere is one thriving community told the jury that As everyone should know night, but by that time automobile In spite of cold weather over the
week Nathan Commissioner father who lived as recluse absorbing -
'at Starke whose steady growthnot Williams' wife and Cody were visIting by now, whether or not win i owners lost interest or decided to week-end, the total movement of
a cause for rejoicingtherlda at the home of Floyd Baylum of agriculture, charged with the I ter Is over depends on the the reflected glory of a son I become stubborn and drive their strawberries from Starke this weeK "
enforcement of the Florida State whose athletic achievements have
) State Prison Farm. Dls- when Williams knocked at the door groundhog seeing his shadow.If cars with 1932 tags until the sherIff showed a alight Increase over the
Pure Food Law and Dr. made him a figure In the world'seye
.tchea from Tallahassee this week and asked if they were there. the sun shines, those havIng stop them. At any rate, there preceding seven days. A total of
that either crime Is on the !ease As soon as he entered the room Hanson, Florida State Health Officer faith In the old superstition was revealed here today when were no more applicants at ten 45,472 quarts were shipped, 19,712,

in Florida or there have he walked over and struck at announced Florida's position I prepare for another six neighbors discovered the body of o'clock, so the office closed. by express and 25,760: by truck.
with to residues of William H. Venzke 59, in a stableof
in the regard
Ton more convictions Cody, the .testimony stated. In spray weeks of winter. If It Is It Is thought that not more than Four express cars were shipped
urts The biennial report of the the midst of the confusion that followed arsenic, lead, flourldes, flou-slll- cloudy, winter Is officiallyover. his more than modest home. 600 tags have been Issued to date. From Lawtey to New York duringthe

lte'1>rlsuD. bureau shows that the Cody drew a .38 calibre pistol cates and other similar toxic substances Thursday was not only Venzke-the Venzke waa Gene the father Venake of Gene of Just what the plans of the remain- week. 03,760 quarts went out

mber of persona committed toe and shot Williams through the on vegetable crops. cloudy, but It also rained. Ing 1400 owners of motor vehiclesIn on trucks bringing the total from
at Raiford Is Dr. Hanson pointed out that resIdues Boyerton and Pottstown, Pa., who
penitentiary stomach.. the is matter of that point to 89,600 quarts
Mr. Groundhog stated that II Into world fame In county are a
leaped Februarypf
of these materials constitute
,adtly mounting each year. Cody is still at large. He fled he believed this strawberry : last twice conjecture. They have three It Is estimated that the average
by breaking the
The youth of those sent to prisonr immediately after the shooting and a definite health hazard. |I, season wouldd put Bradford world's year record for the mile Indoors course** open to them: pay the price per crate during the week
felonies Is another striking fea- bas thus far eluded all efforts to Mr. Mayo says that the interests County back on Its feet for and twenty-five per cent penalty; put a remained at $3.00. On this baal
I with performances of 4:11: 1-5
of Florida be I i
agriculture can only
re of the report. About twenty- capture him. be predicted a rise In-prices 4:10 in :Madison Square Garden.A padlock on the garage door; or the returns to Bradford County ,r
served removal of residues
cent of those received ate by spray would be ,
growers approximately
'e per before many weeks have coroner' jury today Investi- observe the passing throng through
penitentiary during 1932 were from Florida vegetables as bars after March $12,000.00.
tween sixteen and twenty-one New Hem Rate completely as possible, before ship- > elapsed.The gated the death of the elder I, -
ments are made to | prophetic animal was Venzke, and returned a verdict '
are old. Nearly seventy-five per consuming mar- Plant City, Feb. 1.--Cool weather
kets. He out that ship-' afraid of catching cold and that he came to his death by nat-
nt were under thirty. pointed over the weekend slowed up the
New Store Here
During the past year fifteen ments of Florida produce, contain ,withdrew Its head*:before we ural causes. ; ripening of strawberries with the ''e i
Will/ Be RushedCouncel excessive and could ask Its opinion on war Authorities believe that he died
igoners have been sent to the ing dangerous result that Indications yesterday
nitentlary from Bradford county, amounts of spray residues, are debts, farm relief, remonlU.zatlon of a heart attack, probably Sat- pointed to only a nominally heavy 1
the farmers of the State or Russia. This Is to urday. Another March 1
ne white and four colored. These costing movement of berries out of here
'Tires Include two white women. For Carriers Promise Expedition Hundreds of thousands of dollars be regretted, for having been Neighbors knew little about last night. It was thought that ,, ,
ght were sent up from Union( In Matter After |n lower prices. He said that the I cut off from the outer world Venzke or his relations. He came around ten cars would move out.

unty during 1932, four white Many Request Federal government finds it neces- for the past several months, here about ten years ago and went Ladies Bendy tVV> Open However, moderating temperatures I

,nl four colored. sary to seize and destroy Florida the groundhog probablyknows Into the bulb raising business. His I Next to Conotn Pharmacy yesterday Indicated that today ?" i

Clay county has made the re- The new Northbound express' and produce because of excessive spray I as much: orrihese_ sub- Home was modest and lonely. Some 5 And 10 Soon would be a fairly heavy day '
the }lest-ftf> It had little At
jects as us. that furniture.
arkable] record of sending up {Freight rates on fresh strawberries residues. This results in large say on the local yard.
ly one prisoner during the pasto shipped from Florida will be estab- losses to Florida growers and ship- any rate, Venzke had long been Rachels, a new ladles ready to The week opened yesterday with

years. lished as soon as possible, G. B. pers and when such seizures are this town's man of mystery, although wear store, owned by R. U. Geiger a somewhat improved price. Fruit

There were 1,334 prisoners ad- McGinty, secretary of the Inter- made and publicity follows,'prices It was generally known of Green Cove Springs, Is to be was bringing 7 1-4 to 7 3-4 cent
itted to Raiford during 1932 and 'state Commerce Commission, has fall, thus costing Florida producers Small Boy Hurt that he came from Pottstown and opened within the next few day the pint, the majority, however, t '
that visited there Intervals.
299 during 1931. Eleven par- Informed Senator Duncan U. unnecessary and large, avoidable he at In the store adjoining Canova's going at the lower figure. Satur-
ins were revoked last year and Fletcher. losses. But whatever had been his dislike Pharmacy. day the price was along from 6 1-2 .

the year before that. Counsel for the carrier prom- Both Mr. Mayo and Dr. Hanson In Fall Sunday of associalon with the people Painters and carpenters have to A 3-4 and 7 cents, most fruit

During the four years of his ised expedition In the matter of I agree that It Is necessary, with respect who moved dally about his neigh- been at work on the building dur- I bringing around 6 3-4 cents the

ivernorshlp, Doyle E. Carlton the effectiveness of the rates in I to some crops, to use spray borhood, Venzke'a thoughts were ing the week,. and every effort Is pint t

gned 18 death warrants for con- view of the telegraphic requests of I material to control Insect pests, Son of Lacy Thomas Break Thigh centered It was apparent, In the being made to have the store ready I Eighteen cars of fruit were loaded ,

cted murderers. Nine of the various Florida shippers.In but they emphatically pointed out Playing On Homemade boy.In found For opening Saturday, but the actual i Saturday, four cars of which: t
,ndemned men were executed by a letter to Senator Fletcher, the necessity for treatment, then Slide his possessions were date remains Indefinite.The were held over for shipment out '

ectrocutlon, one took his own life Secretary McGinty said necessary before the produce Is newspaper clippings, filled with new business will be under of here Sunday. The eighteen car ti 1& .

bile officer waited to transfer "The order in the recent cases, ready for the market, so as to remove A children' game ended In a bad pictures and praise of the runner.A the management of Mrs Rachel ; Included 15 express refrigerator I

m to the death cell at Raiford. decided December 30, prescribing any residue that may remain.In accident Sunday afternoon when a picture postcard Dad with bore the inscription Bonner Imbach, who, with her husband and three freight. The movement ,I .
"To best
Two received< commutations'ande reduced Northbound express and view of these circumstances, ten-year-old son of Lacy Thomas( '* re- will make her home In through last week brought the ,

serving life terms. Two other freight rates on fresh strawberries, Mr. Mayo stated it to be his pur- received a broken thigh In a fall gards, Gene,of and the on it shown was in a I Starke. Mrs. Imbach haa had season's total to 5,700,490 pints by j.,

ere declared insane and were under refrigeration, from Florida pose. In so far as funds and facilities from a homemade slide. photograph boy years of experience In selling dry freight and express for which :; t

onsferred to the state hospitalt producing points fixes April 20, will permit, to furnish field inspection The children bad strung a heavy running garb. goods. growers have received an estimated ; ,
'The of Venzke takenIn
Chattahoochee for observation. I next, as its effective date. The In- to those sections where wire from the top of one tree to body DeWitt C. Jones was Company The name of Geiger has long return of approximately 9454- : 1

our gained revocation of their I terstate Commerce Act providesthat the use of arsenic Is prevalent; the foot of another at the Thomas charge of Gainesville.by The been favorably associated with 826.:57. j

eath warrants through court acwn the commission's orders In I making tests and advising growers home south of the camphor farm. wired to Pottstown and received concern business affairs in Green Cove Lee R. Miller arrived back froma ''j t

, and their cases are pending. I such cases shall not be made effective when their produce must be The wire had been run through a Instructions to send the there Springs. A. B. Geiger, father of trip to Louisiana last Friday and ;

During 1932 Duval county sent within 30 days. Another pro- treated to remove spray residuesin short piece of lead pipe, which the tomorrow. body El. L., having been In business on his return reported the berry J

he most convicted felons to the vision requires publication and order to prevent the marketingof children would hold on to as they -. there for more than forty years. fields out that way to be literally "

late prison. The total was 209 posting of new rates for not less vegetables containing excessive. swung from the top of the tree, He also has stores In several dlf- white with bloom. Unless cold n
rom that county. Palm Beach than 30 days. Except! as the com- amounts of spray residues. about twenty feet high, and slide 4-11 Club Members Are flrent sections of the State. checks the Louisiana crop it Is believed i

ounty was second with 109. Hllls- mission may for cause authorizea This action will be taken in the to the ground. Buying Fine Calves Ten Cent Store Soon that It will start to move ( .' ,J

orough and Dade were next with shorter time (generally advisable Interest of Florida agriculture and The little Thomas boy, lost his F. C. Holllngsworth announcedthis the latter part of next month. '

3 each. Clay and Hendry countiesad where a large readjustment Is in- In the interest of public health of grip as he started on his slide, and week that the store formerly 'I :
only one each and several of volved), and in every such order consumers everywhere.Mr. fell the entire twenty feet. Every farm boy likes to raise a. occupied by his real estate office Physical Program n,

he smaller counties had only two commission allows time for compilation I Mayo, in a recent conferencewith His thigh was broken, the bone fine calf, says county agent, L.T On South Walnut Street has been
and this be- Has Been I.I I.
of the necessary tariff and representatives of the U. S, cutting through the flesh and mak- Dyer, year they are leased by Van II. Priest, owner of Approved .
ach.Duval I
county also headed theist for Identification and cancellationof Department of Agriculture, was ing a bad wound. He--was brought ing given opportunty throughthe the Priest Ten Cent Stores, which t
during 1931, sending 183 prls- existing rates which are to be told that seizures of Interstate here for medical attention and was 4-H Club. have headquarters at Madison. C. W, Larsen, coach of the ,,
ners to Raiford. Dade was second replaced. April 20 was selected In shipments of vegetables containing said Thursday to be Improving Special arrangements have been The opening date of the storeis Bradford County High School, this

ugh that year with 84. Palm this way, a* the effective date lathe excessive spray residue would be rapidly.' made 'With some of the larger tentatively set for March I, week received the following com- I

each was next with 72 and Hllls- strawberry cases. inevitable In view of the obligationto dairies near Jacksonville and some Prices on goods will range from Be munlcaUon from C. M. Mills, State

orough fourth with 71. Clay and ""However In the light of tele- enforce the Federal Act, unless other cities In' Florid to furnishthe to 9100. Supervisor of Physical and Health

aichrist did not send any prlsnors graphic requests of various Flor- these spray residues were removed. Plant City Begins boys some good calves from Mr Priest operates stores at Education:

to the state prison that year ida shippers for expedition. Local Mr. Mayo further pointed out .ome'of their best cows at a very Perry, Wllliston, Lake City Madison "This Is to Inform you that your A

ihlle Hernando county committed counsel for the carriers was Informally that the excessive spray residuesare Fruit InspectionPlant low cost. These calve will be less and several other towns In tbe program in physical education has

DIy one and several counties sent communicated with and also in violation of the Florida than a week'old, and will requirethe northern part of the state. been approved by the State De-

DIy two each. has since orally advised that the Food and Drug Law, if sold In this careful attention of the boys. Tourist Home Open partment of Public Instruction aa
City, Jan. 27.-Govern- Instructions have been given them of
worthy college entrance credit.
Less than half of the prisoners tariff-publishing officials will establish State. Listed In the new business enterprises -
ecelved at the penitentiary duringach the new rates aa early a* ment inspection of strawberries for caring for them. of the week Is the opening The pupils graduating from yourschool
of the two years covered by possible." 4-H Crotalaria Seed loaded In Plant City by the lead- There are two mighty good rea- by Col. D. E. Knight of the may use one unit of phys- I,
Ing buyers and buying firms here :Mr. Dyer for startingthis ,
ical education for
he report were citizens of Florida, e sons, says Starke Tourist Home In the house entrance Into
Georgia, Alabama, and South JUDGE ADIUNS GRANTS WRIT Is Selling RapidlyThe will be inaugurated next Mondayat Calf Club; one Is the fact that owned by him at the Intersectionof any college or university in Florida

Carolina, in the order named, up- the various packing houses or the boys delight in raising good Madison Avenue and Walnut and in about two hundred institutions
loading sheds according to an announcement calve and wish to compete; In the outside of the State. Of
>Ued most of the "outsiders". Last Circuit Judge A. Z. Acuclns boys' 4-H Crotalaria Club, Street.
writ of habeas which last for made by ten of the 4-H Club with other calf club course, the students must do satisfactory
ear prisoners were received who Tuesday granted a was organized year The tourist home will be operated -
Bebe Corral of the seed buyers and firms yesterday. The boys; and the other Is that more work In your physical and
ave 34 outside states, the Districtf corpus, freeing selling boys' cooperatively Independently of the Starke
Columbia, 12 foreign countries Tampa, who was sentenced to the Is receiving orders rapidly for move for inspection of berries has good milk cow are needed on the Hotel, also owned by Col. Knight, health education clause: In order '

Mid the West Indies as their State prison farm for a period of seed for spring planting, accordingto come, it was said, as. the result of farm of the county. and will be managed by Mrs. J. H. to receive credit for this work.

icmes. one year for wU desertion. Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent. numerous complaints from the other Fields. They can earn one-fourth of a credit

Breaking and entering headedhe The writ was granted on the Nearly 1,000 pounds of seed have end regarding the packs of: fruit COUNTY COURT 'OVERThe Every effort will be made to sup- each year and this unit will be {:

list of crimes for which prls- grounds that the Indictment issued been shipped this week to pointsin shipped from here. ply the demands of tourists for ; counted as one of the sixteen college ;

ners were convicted both years.ere against Corral charged no offense. Florida. Georgia and Louisiana.At Decision to' establish government January term of county comfortable lodgings. Among other entrance credits."

were 91 convictions for mur- this rate, the supply will soon Inspection is declared to be court ended Friday after tryingthe convenience will be Individual A certificate will be issued by g
a move for the protection not onlyof case of Susie Hazzard vs L. R. the Board of Public Instruction to
ler in 1932 and 103 In 1931. There Raiford Berries be exhausted, as the amount harvested garages.
ere 62 manslaughter convictions this year Is not as large as local buyers, but also of growers Powell, Jr., receiver for the Sea any student who qualifies In phys-

n 1932 and 911D 1931. There were last year. who put up good packs of ber- board Air Line Railway Company.The ical and health education Mr. Larsen
Are Moving'Fast ries and the industry as a whole. found for the plaintiff Filed has announced.
jury Are
18 grand larceny convictions In Last year the boys In Union and Papers
932 and 98 in 1931.. In all 43 Bradford counties harvested, clean The general run of complaints. It and assessed damages at 920 and .

lasses of crimes were listed in Raiford. Feb. 2., (Special)-Owing ed, pooled, and sold cooperatively was said yesterday, come from the attorney fee*' For Troop Here C. D. MAKR DIES
from whom
retailers to jobbers
932 and 50 In 1931. to the continued warm weather nearly 10,000 pounds of seed. They -
for the they buy their fruit. The retailers, BANK ELECTS OFFICERS C. is Marr, 32, died Wednesday
made for
that we have been having a reputation high quality
it was said, buy the fruit upon appearance The local Boy Scout Troop filed night at the home of his slater
"early" straw- seed fair and
Rates few weeks the dealing, prompt ser-
Are Reduced past
shipments from here have vice, which accounts for the early of the top of the pint 'The Bank of Starke held Its an- official papers with the National Mtas. Ollle Marr. Mr. Marr waa ;

On Fruit And TruckThe berry greatly Increased from mere quartsto orders being received this year. cups. Upon puchaslng the fruit nual directors meeting laat Friday Council this week and at the meet- born In Highland, but for a number

carlot movements. The growing of crotalaria: has they find later, according to reports night The following officer were Ing last Friday night, preliminary of years had made his home in '
here, that In some instances elected: examinations for the following applicants Starke. A week from the day o?
Interstate Commerce Com- From last Monday, Jan. until been advocated by. the county
fission Saturday authorized re- Saturday of last week, 25,664: agent for the past two or three the bottom of the cup reveales E. S. Matthews, president; A. were held: his death he fell from a truck and

uced rates on vegetables and citrus quarts of berries were loaded here years with the result that about culls and a slack pack: M. Darby, vice-president; R. J. Davis Vernon Silcox, Til man Hutto.. sustained a dislocated elbow and
The announcement regarding inspection :'* Directors E. S. Mat Henry McKelvey, Julian Griffls. Internal injuries. The funeral will
cashier ]
fruits in the South and Southeast for northern markets. Four refrigerator 30 4-H Club boys grew an acre :
In. an effort to permit railroads cars were loaded with an each last year for seed production; yesterday was aa follows: thews, A. M. Darby, John W. 17g.low Joe Edwards, Frank McKelny, William be held Friday at Long Branch.
to meet truck competition.The average of 178 thirty-two quart and to Improve their acres for I "The undersigned agree to puton A. H. Freeman and J. W. Andrews Edwards, Prescott Gill, J. L. Mr Marr leaves to survive him.
inspection on all Goodman Donald McRae, Lloyd four Miss Ollle
government sister
Jr. Marr.
Railroad 58 crates were The has ,
Atlantic Coast Line crates to the car. growing corn. crop provento
strawberries at their loading sheds, Edwards, J. B. Sllcox Donald Stll- Mrs. R. D. Lee
S Starke, Jackson
the Seaboard Air Line and sent from here by truck, and 30 be profitable both ways, and the
he beginning Monday Jan 30. All DEBATES TO BE IIELD ley, Albert Crews, Al Kay Carlisle, ville, Mrs. S. A. Bryan, Jackson
Southern Railway asked the crates by open express. corn club boys are expecting to
berries will be bought on a basis William Long, Marlon Williams, ville Mrs. D L.
Rigby, Tampa:
eduction. It amounts to about 1Jer : There are quite a beingbrought plant more of it this year.
cent from the existing rate.e from other than this Bounty Those In the county wishing to of U. S. No. 1 grade and should Preliminary tringular debate Edward Raymond and Edward four brothers, Mr. Joe Marr, Law-
" fall to grade U. B. No. 1, but schedule Tuesday February 24, Hartman. Mr. Edd Jacksonville
rates will become effective "on for loading here, besides the get crotalarla seed should place they tye, Marr ,
Instead U. S. No.2, theless I Through the cooperation of sev- Man and Lewis
Jhort notice." fruit from this county, which bas their order with the 4-H Boys' club grade 1933: Mr. Owen Mr
will be cent pint Jacksonville Lan- eral merchants of the town, six Tltusville.
District HI. ,
devotedto price one per Marr.
listed hundred acre
Among reductions, agents nearly four before their supply is so'd out.
he than that of U. S. No. 1. Shouldthey don, H. 8., negative; Bradford H. boy have already been given an
following: this
Orlando.. Fla. to Atlanta, from The prices crop. are a little slim for I MRS. LELA FRANCES GODWIN fall to grade U. 8. No. 2 01 S., affirmative. opportunity to work out their registration nent men will be a part of eachweek's
will not be accepted at III. Starke Bradford H. costs. program.
1.01 per 100 pounds to ,82 Tampa this time of the season but the better they District .
o Charleston $.73 to $.63; St. grower look forward to a better Mrs Lela Frances Godwin of any price." B.. negative; Robert E. Lee. H. S., In spite of school activities at the, All parent are invited and any to attend new applicants the

Augustine to Nashville, $76 to .69; price later on. There has been an Alachua was buried Wednesday afternoon affirmative. thirty boy were present ,
feel that U Question: Resolved, That Interschola. last meeting, and enjoyed a varrled meeting tonight (Friday), which
Gainesville, Fla., to Charlotte $47 average of three to three seventyfive : Feb. 1st. near Alachua. Merchants generally
will be held at the promptly -
o '.39; Jacksonville, Fla., to Mo- netted on each crate of the Services were conducted by her a price change occur la 1933 It .tlc Athletics, aa at Present program. armory
"., Ale, '.415 to 9.41, last shipped. pastor. Rev. L G. Hemingway will be tn the upward direction. Conduced,, Are Detri mentaL A series of abort talks by proml- at T:8O: o'clock.k .


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i SCIIOOL NEWSASSEMBLY Congress do something about it? lows now owned by T, M,
spent the week-end in Waldo. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ury Q. Sapp commencing a point 11 Ile h
Miss Vesta McRae of Rising sec- J. B. Kite of Lake Butler was !: DEBATE If they can't--won.t somebody Inches West of that "rtllh ''?:'",
BOATDRA1N FORD -Hope Haynes. store house, now owned 'iJ1'*
I tion spent Friday night with Mist I I here Friday afternoon on business. Maxwell on Navarre Avenue'1 I?* ''
Miss Cherry Ilarrell Cor. Helen Norman. B. J. Cavanaw of Palatka, was Members of the twelfth grade run West along ..Id. "' they is '
Red Krrce Cor. PLANT O S. F. Rr. right of ,,, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and 1 here for several days last week English IV classes are going to NOTED RUSSIAN North H feet 8 Inch. w, 'hen.

Mr. and Mrs. William Moore and children, were visiting her parents, and was the guest of the Alvarez have a debate in assembly Friday, SCIENTIST VISITS UNIVERSITY AT to West a point of said 12 feet brick six in. thee tee El*'

MIss: Pauline Prevatt all of Oviedo, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Investigate Robbery rooming house while here. on the subject: Are Interscholastic FLORIDA thence South 14 feet 1tllr.8 I .J10"..,.

attended the funeral of Mr. Rob Mr. J. D. Carter was the guest Sheriff W. S. Brannen and two Mr. David Richard and Miss Athletics as at present conducted, starting point In lot 20 blt'k Ae,! '
of his sister Mrs. J. A. Harnage Butler Doris Moore of Lake Butler were Detrimental TAffirmative Gainesville Fla Dr. Nicolai Hampton or plat of said. Taws.4 e
Moore: at Starke Thursday after of his deputies from Lake recorded In Cle"k'! Off4 I'
here Sunday afternoon visiting I. Vavllov noted plant of Bradford County
at Klngsley Lake. Sunday.Mr. were here Saturday afternoon Investigating NegativeJohn ;
Boon ,
visited the Uni- above land -Is '
bounded follnl'the
Mrs. Lizzie Lee and children, and Mrs. Marlon Browningof the robbery that took friends. Inman Harmon Morgan On the South by Nav.rre a.
Raiford of her Emmett Taylor who Is connected Ivan Hazen versity of Florida College of Agri- T. M. Hacan Aven'.nd
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr, were guests par- place at the Florida State Farm Genevieve Kenly build/ng/
ents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards with the Ford Motor Co., of I Carol Cain culture in his search for plants West by T. M. Hac.n building n
back. Abbie ,
e t and Mrs. G. W Harrell and tam aiding a few nights Harley 0 S. & F. Ry.. on the North su
businesslast which has taken him practically '
Lake Butler was here on b11.
ily. Sunday afternoon. Reports were that a car.loaded Alternates alley on the Ja.t by 15 foot
around the world. Dr. Vavllov This I. the all",
:Mr. N. L. of Lake Geneva with groceries tobaccos and ciga- Thursday. Lucile Edwards Okie Hinson A. A. property uP"n "'
di visitor Ernest Hewitt principal of the who Is director of ,the Institute of store building
Julie the siding for situated and I. i
wan a at Miss rettes was placed on designatedin"! :j
local school was at his home near Plant Industry and Applied Botany decree a. "
Tison's Sunday afternoon.Mrs. the State Farm by a late A. C. L. 'Property Number 1
RISING INSECT GALLS seemed will be offered for sale and Bold J"J
Saturday Soviet Government
Walter Sllcox: and children I freight and before morning some- Worthington Springs of the Ject to taxes and subject f I
1. doors to the car having several hogs killed for mar- particularly Interested In the tung certain recorded to M'l'
and Mrs. Lizzie Sllcox: and cbll "- H. M. McRae. .-. one opened the Insect nortgaK In
One of the hogs Have you ever seen an and .gage on page 111 ?!
dren. spent Sunday with Mr. and and swiped almost the entire lot ket purpose. oil peanut forage crop re- Public Records of Bradford fir tl*
of dressed out two hundred pounds of gall? If not you should go aroundto search work being done by the lorlda Coutih
L. Lee and family. cigarettes.No i
:Mr R.
S 11 a that Mr. Walter BuJdington and trace of who might have done meat Mr. Hewitt reported. This the Biology room and look at Florida Experiment Station. dhItafore said properties Number ,
: We are sorry to report a aid I
y shall
and Ernes- has be
Gwendolyn the collection that (
splendid Offered
daughters shows that be is helping to keep While in Gainesville he an
+ :Mr. Marie Bowers and daughter the crime baa yet been found as gave sale and cold ..fl
1 tine and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mc- Sheriff the county's slogan: Home of hog been mounted. interesting lecture on the origin of or so much .paratelF Vs" ''
Saturday by
week. was reported ,
the sick list this 'L
are on Dolly were visiting Is of the most satisfy said final decree.aH"lItI'l
Rae and daughter Brannen and Constable Alvarez. and hominy this Union County. Gall making one American cultivated plants, based E. K.
_ !;>* : _. relatives in Waldo Thursday.Mr. O. M. Alvarez was a business interesting activities of insects on his researches In Mexico, Cen- PEI\RVMA1f' ...
and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Those from here that attendedthe visitor to Lake Butler Friday afternoon and nobody knows how the Insect tral and South America. Amongthe KNIGHT Solicitors& for KNIGHT SStark,8Fit.,

BOOTSEY'S BEACH children of Hellbronn and Mr. D. yearly Junior-Freshman party Is able to do this. The galls varyIn native American plants whichhe 1.27.2t-l-a. Complainant
M. McRae Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- size are as small as a
4 A few cold have set the ; some
the ninth and eleventh snaps listed are corn peanuts pota-
0........ C.r.ti given by NOTICE) OF SPECIAL
,I L. the
and spent be five
Audrey head others
Rae grades at Lake Butler last Friday berries back slightly for Monday'spicking pin ; may or toes and cassava. He stressed the SALE
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. of this week. Most of the six Inches in diameter. I
afternoon and night were: Misses use of wild species of native plantsIn that
ti Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and Neal at Gainesville.Mr. Elinor Redd Hazel Reddish and growers of this section are mulchIng The gall wasps are almost microscopic breeding strains which are resistant decree a dopursuantrtoythatcer of foreclosure fin,1 E
daughter Sunday at and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and in size. alternate In and sale n"
Cleo spent Slenore Guynn; Messrs. G. B. Reddish their plants too and this meansa i They to disease nl
,, Rosedale the guests of Mrs. Nor son Fred, and Rev. C. A Crosby Russell and K. D. Conner slight draw-back from which It generation and being bisexual and Dr. Vavllnv has just completed a 1933handlh.nter.d inCetheorClrcu J

k man's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. attended the union meeting at Pine Hubert Johnson Ray Bryan, Billy takes two to three weeks for the the next: generation agamic. four months' trip to South America. Court that certain of Bradford cause county therein: Florida pentlln.Iwherein It

n f Orlffls. Grove Church Saturday.Mr. TompkIns and James Redd. They crop to overcome and be back in Galls are of commercial value Austin Cary Is Complain

d, Mr. C. R Crawford spent Saturday and Mrs. A. L. Barnes are reported a grand and glorious time shape again.A because of the tannin found in ant Peek and and H Ilva C.Peek Eldrldgei his wife Carlrl

L .Ii I night at Dukes with relatives. the proud parents of a little daughter was had by all that attended.Mr. revival that has been going on them. The amount of tannin varys The farmer who invests moneyIn Kdwards. a widow; Cornelia; III I,I
i Mrs. May Dicks and sons Spence who arrived last Sunday.We from! twenty to sixty-five percentand Long, a widow; Julian i. Peek alii
.\ ,,1 and Mrs. D. B. Drawdy and for the last three weeks at the good seed Is spending money Clara Peek, his ; S
_ \5 i and Raymond, returned home with are sorry to hear of the illness little son, D. B Jr., of Jackson- Baptist church here was brought to is not found in such great wisely. Ferryman and B. ICGfPerryman,PO.I h"I

: :, Mr. Crawford, where they expect of Mrs. Jack Ward who un- ville, were here last week-end as a close last Sunday night. Several quantities In any other plant tissue. :;: ..n11. Rltch Isabel' her Peek husband hitch {III,:I
I to remain during berry season. derwent an operation Monday. We ; J
1L \ the guests of his aunt and family new members were added. Andrews, Lolse Peek. Sayles and l\\
,I. ;Mrs. Dicks lived here two years wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Redd. I Trucks owned by E. W. Miller HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT EXAMINATION ASSISTANT F.Peek Say I.", her husband; Slnoluir 1 1..L
and Myra Peek his' '
::. ago and we welcome them back to Misses Dolly McRae Misses A telegram was received last hat do quite a bit of hauling for KEEPER NATIONAL PARK E. Torode and Pauline Torode wife,; q'hit

our thriving little community. Gwendolyn and Ernestine Budding- Sunday morning from Mrs. Burla truck farmers have been taking The "new girls" seem to like us? i wife; and Sinclair L,. Peek aa Ad I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chiam and ton, Mrs. M. J. and H. M. McRae d eeaeedcare, e the Comer L,
+ Farnell who Is with her sister at some of the berries to market for The windows rattle when the The United States Civil Service' Defendants. 1 "nJ
'' Mrs. M. Canady and baby son of Alfred Brown and Arthur McRae the Halifax Hospital at Daytona the growers from here. One of the wind. blows? Commission will accept applications sell at publlo outcry for cash to ti [

St. George Ga., spent the week- motored to Jacksonville Mondayand Beach Mrs. J. C. Jones, wife of as- trucks left here last Saturday afternoon The reading table has many new until February 23 for the position the highest lounty bidder courthouse at the front In door tarkt 31

end here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. spent the day with relatives.Mr. sistant postmaster of this cIty. with fifty-eight crates magazines? of assistant keeper to fill vacancies Bradford County, Florida durlret,

: if R. N. Crawford. L. Crawford and son Thomasof She reported that Mrs. Jones Is do- which they were to deliver along The dally paper Is"always In demand in the National Zoological day the legal of March hours, of A. sale D. 18J3 on ,the tho"6|'nl

L h Miss Mamie Thompson of Jacksonville Jacksonville were visiting Mr. ing nicely and she Is expected to with more berries from Lawtey, to and widely scattered? Park Smithsonian Institution, Certain pieces of property sth.

111, ,' Is spending some time and Mrs. LonnIe Crawford Thurs- be brought back to her home here northern markets. The girls who act aa librarians .Washington D. C. described In Bradford as follows County.: Florida, ann l|

) here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. day.Mr. soon. She was taken there some never lose their temper? The last eligible register for this s4 of Section 21 Township I E
L. Thompson.Mr. and Mrs. L. Crawford and Soul! flange sa East and N ',
few weeks back to undergo an op- The senior class Is not "hopeless"since I position was established January NEY also % of siof ,
described .
fc and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of : children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. eration. The operation was GRAHAM Hope regained her health? 13. 1931. Seven appointments have NI% of Lots 1 and 2 In Section aa N\r\! II

;y Jacksonville spent Sunday here i 9 W. Burney at Starke Monday. formed last Tuesday and she per-has The assembly programs are been made from that register. Township 4 South Range M JoRat

the guest of her mother Mrs. Jean been Improving steadily ever since, .... Elba "....... c.... growing better every time? : The salary is $1,320 a year, less Special K. H.Master HUMPHRYS In Chancery
d' J'' Oasklns, and family. Mrs.Farnell stated. Some girls get the bloom of a furlough deduction of 8-1-3 per FRED M. BURNS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and youth higher on one aide of the cent and retirement deduction of 1-21-51-2-24.Complainant's Solicitor
t" Heilbronn Springs The girls' basketball team from Messrs. R. L. Wasdin and Fred
sons, of Evergreen spent Sunday ] cheek than on the other? 3 1-2 per centApplicants
visitors to Jackson-
here went to last
Midway Friday were NOTICE 0V
+ S here, the guests of Mr. and ;Mrs. Hlse Thelma n....... Can afternoon and defeated the girls' ville Monday. Industrial Geography Is the most must have had at TAX APPLICATION DEED FOB

It. N. Crawford. popular course in school? least slxt months' experience in a Notice I. hereby glv.n. that Car)
team there by a score of 6... The Messrs. A. A. Durden and Frank Wlttfeldt, holder of .
Mrll. Jean Gaskins spent a few >t certlflcat
Mrs. Lee Rhoden and brother girls show a great Improvement Johnson of Hampton were visitors Robert Chapman prefers zoological park or menagerie and No. 270, 7th day of July A. D. list
r, days last week at Woodlawn having blondes? must be in sound physical condi- has filed .aid certificate In my ol
Randolph of Gulf Hammock were and their win over the Midway here Tuesday.L. flee and made
1 gone there on account of the application for tti
1 visiting friends here Sunday and team was a well deserved one. C. Smith and John Ward were The juniors are giggling less tion.Full: deed to Issue thereon In accordant

'' M Wade illness Gaakina.of her daughter-in-law. Mrs were accompanied home by W. C. Prof. Hewitt was in charge of the visitors to Waldo Monday. more? Information may be obtained with law.the following Said certificate described embraces .

Rhoden who 'will spend several team, and he does the greatest partof Mrs. T. W. Shuler of Raiford, from local secretary of the situated In Bradford County property ,
Mr. L. M. Murrhee made
a business United States Civil Service Boardof Florida
here .
months there. the coaching for the local girls. was visiting Monday.Mr.
i trip to Starke Saturday. Lots SOl... In Woodlawn In Secicres .
at the office in
'' Mrs. Chesser Mr. and Mrs. Romey Crawford Farmers of this section are busy and Mrs. J. P. Roberts and DURING TilE MOIESThis Examiners post Lion U. '.&'wp. 6 S. R. Jl East f
of Is
Campvllle, this .
i Miss Essie Crawford, Mr. Horace getting Old Dobbin' and the plow Mrs. C. Fogg and children Lecy city. ....
1 spending a while here with her son '
"',, t, :Mr. J. A. Chesser and Nettles all attended church at Sax- back together. Many of them have and Jewett, were In Jacksonville essay was written by a under the said certificate issued I wit
ton Sunday night. already begun to turn their land Sunday.Rev. twelfth grade student In responseto SPECIAL! MASTKU'S SALE In the name of J. A. Aepergren.
.a We had another cold spell this Butler will hold services at a call for written in the Hereby notice li given that under Unless said certificate ahall be redeemed .
Miss Eva Underhill celebratedher for next essays
ea past week-end but the farmers are spring's planting. and by virtue of that certain final according to law tax deed
-. twenty-fourth birthday Friday Professor Ernest Hewitt of this the Christian church Sunday morn style of Holmes for English IV. decree of foreclosure and sale entered will Issue thereon on the 80th day
_ i glad to know it didn't Injure the of January A D. 19SS.
strawberries. night with a dance. A large crowd place and a brother of his from ing at 11 o'clock- and Sunday nightat On attending the movies this afternoon Judge by of the the Seth Hon.Judicial A. Z. Adklna Circuitof .lisa 28th day 'ot-D.o.mber.

attended and reported a nice time. Dukes, were at the State Farm seven. Everybody Invited to I found that I spent my Florida, In and for Bradford A.Seai D. '

P ; 4 Mrs. David Manning and daughter Saturday afternoon on business. attend. money only to learn town gossip; County foreclosure In Chancery case In which.In that. Bank certain of (;. ) Clerk o W.of ALDERMAN.Circuit Court,

of Lawtey, was visiting Mrs. This week marks the beginningof how to make love to a girl and the Starke, a corporation. Is. Complainant Rradford' Conty, Florida
HAMPTON Cora Jones one day last week. the eighth and final month of Brook vllle Store room at 110 proper answers for her to give Including and A A Durden, Uussle Dur- 12-30.St-i.2T
den, and other are defendant, the
Misses Ethel and Pencie Davis school for Raiford. Only three North Main beln beautified several loudly whispered undersigned will, on Monday the NOTICE OH- APPLICATION FOR
situ Ad. "!_.., c.... and Mr. Russell Carter attended more weeks remain between the exclamations of "Aw-you're fool- Oth day of February, A. D. 198[. sell Notice Is TAX h.r.byrIven.DEED that Dr
to the highest bidder for each In /
church at Sexton Sunday night. end of school and the four months Commercial failures continue In' and "Do you really mean it?" front of the South door of the courthouse S; P Vandivlere holder of part tax

Mr. Peck of Lena WIs., who has Andrew Rhoden of Starke spent vacation that the kids look for- high. Stabilization rather than expansion All the "he salds and she said" of Florida In, during Starke; ,the Bradford legal ::.ntl certificate, A. D.No 1939.. its has, 6th filed day said of cer-August -

; been spending the winter months Friday night with his father L. ward to. Preparations for closing is the goal of the moment. the younger generation.How Hale thereon the following described Iflcate/ In my office and made application
.r with his aunt, Mrs. Dicks, returned Rhoden.Mr. day exercises are being made. Decline of commodity prices seemsto did I get town gossip at the lands all lying and being In Bradford In for tax deed to Issue thereon -

to his home here last Monday. Vasco Forsyth of Starke Miss Bertha Johns of Jackson have been arrested always an movies? Have they made a picture Beginning County 1(5 Florida yard.to-wit east: of the accordance embraces with' the law.following 8alda.rUficate

A Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gould, of Silver .was In this section last Friday ville was here Sunday and attended encouraging sign. Highest class about our town? *Northwe.t corner of the Northeast described ford( property situated In Brad-

l Lane Conn., arrived here this hunting.Mr. the birthday dinner at the home bonds are registering steady ad No certainly not. They don't quarter Section 30 of, Township the Not'theaet 7 South quarter Range In Ely of County SWW of Florida 8E14 ,and to-wlt SVi of SEt'

'IA week and will enjoy the Florida Freeman Johns of Starkewas of her grandparents Mr, and Mrs. I vances. need to. The two women sitting 2!2 Cunt thence running/; E3ast eighty- of SE% Section 84.. Twp. 6 S. R 23
sunshine and balmy breezes with 3. B. just back of me covered the whole two and one-third yard, thence East containing 40 acrea.
visltng Crow Jones Monday.Mr. Gordon. Mr. Gordon cele- I running South one hundred seventysix The assessment of said property
r Jft v us for several months. They are John Allen of Georgia is brated his birthday with a real old Farm prices recently showed a town and everybody In it. It took yard*, thence running Wet under the said certificate Issued vain

located In their cottage In the eastern spending several weeks here with Fashion dinner It was reported. slight advance, led by strong grain them the course of the entire showto I eighty thence run three to point and of one-third beginning yards andth..e. Company the name. of Brevard Properties

( G part of town. Mr. and Mrs Wesley Crews. Mr. H. W. Raiford is spendinga quotations. Cotton markets do it, but by talking extremelyfast containing acres more of I.... Unless said o.rtltlcate'ahall be redeemed -

j The Santa Fe River Association Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke few days In Tampa visiting his strengthened with demand im they managed to finish justIn offered That for the vale above and Bold lands subject are to onlyto be will Issue according thereon to on law the 23rd tax deed day

I s I of the First Baptist Church of was In our section Tuesday of last irother-tn-law and family. Mr. and proved. Hog and lamp market time to put their coats on before taxes unpaid thereon and I. designated oflt .m.Ai9P.i 1933.

.J lamp ton, convened: here last Sun- week. Mrs. Fred Paulhlll. helped by better meat prices. Cat- the show was over. Number In 1".said decree as "Property A. D. 1932. day of December

I day. Though the weather was a i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conner were tle and jreal; lagging. Butter mar- I You can get town gossip any- Also, Lot. 17, II 19 and 20 In O. W. ALDERMAN

little bit disagreeable, the attend Hollywood Hollywood Beach In Lake Butler Saturday afternoonon ket unsettled because of excess i where. Why must we pay to listen I Survey Block 14 of, Hampton according, Florida to the, excepta Knsey (Seal) Bradford Cleric of County.Circuit Florida Court,,

ance was unusually_good. I Hotel opened. business and while there were supply. to it at the movies? Can't parcel of land described as fol 2-23-St-l-17..

y Rev. John Hall Jones and others _

pastor of of Gainesville the Hawthorn Rev. Baptist Sutley, F i -"THE MAIN THINGON_ MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm \ Ifuily

Church Rev. H. E. Rldenour, pas

tor of the Orange Heights Church ) BUZZ I'M MR DUNN OF T...E WAL ME DOES WORK HERE LITTLE' DOES HEMS CERTAHUtGlVlN IT a GOOD WE "know' \\

and Rev. W. B. Hicks pastor of CREDIT tPr.. OP *BAOJAI( 'S 1 %'8EE.fi HERE 'BOUT 35 YEARSMR..DUMN HIMSELF% HENou'D NEVER

other pastors were present. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T Quigley Rev.


P Mrs. W. P. Birt and family of COMES TO TOWN OUR "SoTQQE.t Ut"DfQYou'D" BE MAkiN NO MISTAKE, : ia( | FOLKS ACE: SLEEPS,

d ill Alachua county, and Mr. Surrencyof (' |
I r. Graham also enjoyed this great
F' w feast for the soul aa well as the vt/MEN/ THE COEDlT MAN
4 bountiful dinner that wes served .
on the grounds. NeM.l, Autpi
r Mr. Oleo and sister Mrs. Om- CAME 1b MAIM STREET 11 GR F e .

l stead Mrs. J. B. Ackle and Mrs. To too UP I Mtri BAratTBAP'S i ... '
Cr Rose A. Watson attended the CREDIT, LITTLE S. ct BANG
Orange Festival at Winter Haven DO HE J KNOW ,; USE RUBS. i

this week. \INTERNEWING (46HEN .. 4. -
Mr. and Mrs. Futch bad as their
it guests last Sunday Mrs. H. P. HIHSYLF.' / w.-J 1ysi/

i { Gainey and children of Brooker. V

The Hampton basketball teamsof .
7; .
the Hampton public school played ..,.. ... eMe A. L E l H

... ..
Brooker last Friday, on the --- -- -- -- -
+ &; Brooker; grounds. The girls made

i r, a tie and the boys scored eleven DOROTHY. DARNIT By Charles'McManu

1 to fourteen in favor of Hampton.

A box supper will be given by

the P. T. A. next' Friday night, WMA..TARE TttN POT TIM'AN I N WHAT 010 YOU "'AM to OuT WHEN. THfYRC GO3jNA"'

t February the 3rd the proceeds of IM. THE ELECTRIC NCYB. COMS Iy :6C f' aTAMO I'\n'' : DO IT CY ILICTRe.ITY.Nfo. .

which. will be used for school benefits SCHOOL Htxl'"t' j ) 9V4ITCHTOOirJ ;aiL ARbI'T To SCHOOL.YoIJ ". I"C. OLD L9GHIN'A TYa..C Gj -..': NAY! a Ys

dad f ti s L : : oIJR. UTTL OOROTHV

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a Gum Branch .---.- ..Qe .
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:?4 ; Elizabeth Harnage, Cor._ a

p t Mr. S. Yarbrough W. R. Kersey,

s j Mrs. H. Keene and Rudolph Chlsm

1 C spent the week-end In Jacksonville 2

,with relatives. :
; Mrs. W. R. Kersey has returned i
; to her home after spending a few

days In Jacksonville visiting rela-
1 s tives.

to Mr H. Keene'of DeLeon dpTtag 4 aI

CO Is spending a while here. I
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and ..ryseaa.l..a.- -
80 children and Mr. D. M. McRae

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--n; Another group of letters from Do you think--or can you think T ',. I
So JOURNAL A short story submitted by eleventh and twelfth English students (Seniors the latter).
t Thornton Johns, a Senior English setting forth arguments: All things said in this column I
student: are true. Please do not take themto
The pioneer train tuovea on and Starke, Fla., Jan. 10, 1933. heart.

'- on. Behind It is a trail of dust. Dear Aunt Mary: The Mills Brothers deserve credit -

Editor-in-Chief SPORT BRIEFS THE BIO BROADCAST FINE HEALTH WORK BEING There are about fifty covered wag Your letter of January fifth for the fine impersonations la ,i
HOPE HATNES DONE IN STARKE SCHOOL ons bound for Colorado. The wagon reached me yesterday and some their skit that they gave In weekly ,.
:Managing Editor The Bradford High girls' basketball (Announced by Jimmie Walllng- contains from two to ten occu of statements you made of the assembly.
u h ELDRKDGE ROBINSON team lost a hard fought ton (Robert Chapman), featuringall The work being done by the pants. The men and boys are driving "modern girl" did not satisfy me. Prof. Gray complimented the
came to Green Cove Springs by a the big radio stars. Health and Sanitation committeeof the cattle and teams. The first thing on which I disagree Juniors for their very fine assembly +, ;,
Exchange. Editor score of 47-25. The game was play- The Chesterflel hour featuringRuth the Starke P. T. A. Is producing Near the front of the train are with you la the statementyou program. The praise for that I
I ABBIH HARLEY ed on the local court Both teams Etting (Mary Pearce) who valuable results. The general health two men of about thirty-five yearsof made about "the modern girl" program goes to "Little One" Ca- 1
o Literary Editor scored freely, but It seemed, that, sang "An All American Girl." conditions have Improved very age. One, Sam Smith, Is a tall, being only an ormament and some nova. '(
LUCILLE EDWARDSSports sue to the shifting of players, Burns Cigar Program with Rob much. A constant supervision over heavy built man with attractive blade poor ornaments I have often The B. H. S. campus looks very '
tarke could not settle down to ert Burns (Frow Strickland and the twelve rooms comprising the features. The other Is of about average heard men make similar remarks clean after the lecture Prof. Gray
,; Editor cal playing. This game, which was Gracie Allen (Genevieve Kenly.) primary and all elementary departments size with sharp face and about their wives-that the gave the faculty-in mock faculty '
0 JOHN INMAN ;played) Wednesday 23: was the first The La Pallma Cigar Program is maintained Any eye. He shows signs of rugged only thing they could do when they meeting. ? t'
Society Editor rame of the regular playing sea- starring Kate Smith (Bunnie Ca- cases of infectious or contagious constitution. His name is Jeff An. got married was to boil water and It looks as If B. H. S. couldn't
JCYCE MAST ion for the girls. nova), "The little songbird of the diseases are excluded by order of drews. some maae a poor job of that at have a better basketball team than '
: Class Reporters12th Friday the 28, the Waldo boys South" who sang her theme song the principal. "Git up thar Sam, you old lazy times. So I am under the Impres- they have for the size of the school.
Grade Jennie Dunn ind girls met Bradford High's boys "When the Moon Comes Over the Through the cooperation of the bones. Don't you know we won't sion that "the modern woman" received Folks we are very! sorry to tell
I Grade Bunnie. Canova and girls in a double bill The Mountain." the teachers the children are made git to Colorado before Christmasat most of their training from you that out of the thirty members 1'
1 11th Marjorie Stump Starke girls put the skids on their The Boswell Sisters, Connie familiar with health rules, and the that rate of speed!' T HI thar Ben, their mother-in-law's or some older of the Newspaper Club (including )
10th Grade, Louise Snyder rivals by a 23-10 score, while the (Kitty Hogsed), Vet (Lois Adkins) health work thus goes out into the see if you kin git them oxen to member of the family. those that have their '
9th Grade, Hazel Lennon boys lost their engagement, 22-18. and Martha (Martha Brownlee), homes where new ideas are sometimes move a mite faster." "The modern girl," as you refer names in the paper, as staff) there '
t Both games were hard fought as with fling Crosby (Charles Pen- reluctantly accepted. "Well, Sally, unload; we are at to her, Is taught "domestic sci are not over five doing active ,
Joke well as interesting. The Starke der). They sang "Fit as a Fiddle" Where children are exposed to the the end of the trail. Git out ence" in high school. This course work. So I think we should give
? CLYDE girls' lineup was: Daisy TOMpkins, "Please", and "A Sentimental Gen diphtheria, throat cultures are and let's git unpacked. Jeff's a not only teaches her to cook and credit to Kitty Hogsed for the excellent -
forward,, Ruth Rowe, r. center, tleman from Georgia." made, and if the child Is found tobe comln' just a little ways back. Sally sew, but how to plan a diet for a' work that she has done for ?
D FfVIE'S TRIUMPH" A Clyde Morgan, j. center, Marjorie Chase and Sanborn Coffee Hour a "carrier" it is excluded untila what do you think of Colo- growing child, keep house, and various the school paper.
'' TRIUMPH Stump, forward. Dolly Dinkins, directed by Rublnoff (Eldredge negative report can be given. rado t""Ob other Important factors in We hear from the campus flab-
r guard and Annie Laura Tucker, Robinson, who played "Nightfall" Scabies Is being held in check by I'm simply crazy about it house-keeping. Aunt Mary, could bergaatblts, Billy Parker! A, E,
e "Pixie's Triumph", an op- guard. The outstanding stars of on his violin, and featuring Eddie: excluding cases when found A Sam. Here Ben, go fetch some you cook or sew when you were a Wall, Jimmy Moore have been appointed ?i,
c Itta, directed by Mrs. A. E. Wall the game were Daisy Tompkins, Cantor (Billy Parker), who sang complete examination for hookworms water from that spring over yon senior in high school Oh! I beg as reception committee for f ;
I sponsored by the P. T. A. was I I Ruth Rowe and Marjorie Stump, "Lawd You Made the Night too has just been completed. der. your pardon Aunt Mary, I remember all new girls In high school. "Pow-
rented last Friday night In the with Daisy at the head of the scor- I Long." The chairman, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, "Hello Jeff. Light and stretch you were never a senior; I believe erhou e" Brownlee for all new {

' Iti school auditorium. ing. Those playing on the Starke Last but not least, "The Four doing close followup work. The yoresclf. Boy, ain't this some country you were married when you boys. More power to you Brownlee.If (
i lthough a small crowd attendthe boys' team were: Jimmy Moore, Mills Brothers, S. R. Johns, A. E. result has been remarkable, for a ?" were only a sophomore. That the Whirlwinds had a jump- i'
operetta was one of the Keeffe Harrell, Harmon Morgan, Wall, Charles Pender and Frow school not having a regular health "I'll say 'tis. Boy we'll soon git brings forth another point about Ing center and one good guard they j
r Lt colorful ever presented by Harvey Shaw and Eldredge Rob- Strickland). They sang "Under nurse. rich here." "the modern girl" Girls are not could then tell their friends that
'' I elementary school. Good acting inson. neath the Harlem Moon" and Hap Mrs. Alvarez gives several hours "I don't know Jeff, don't talk too ready to give up their educationto they have a basketball team. As j
k fl I singing was enjoyed by the py Days are Here Again." daily to the school, not only In the fast. settle down. They are becom- for the Tornadoes they need two

u hence throughout the play B. H. S. DAY BY DAY The committee in charge of this I capacity of health chairman, but "Well, I guess you are right, but ing "broader minded." Today a girl guard, two forwards and a jump- s t1'y' ,
' Tie proceeds from this operetta program was Kitty Hogsed, Bun very often as nurse, and since the this Is fine country." not only seeks a high school education Ing center. b''' il(} i
e Bl be used by the P. T. A, to (With apologies to O. O. nle Canova, Marjorie Stump, Lula recent examination was completed "Jeff, you take your choice; this but also a college education Heard somebody say something '
n Ivlde soup for unfortunates.e McIntyre.) Redgrave and Kathryn Haynes. It she will be at the school Tuesdays side or the other side of the riv Those not able to finance their way about a school song the other day ,
cast of characters follows: was directed by Miss Rosalind I land Fridays from 12:30( to 3:30: in er." through, are working their way what's the name tune and wordsof 4"
a ct 1- -Fairies' Nook In the For- Test week! Bet there will be Jacobs and Bunnie Canova, and the teachers rest room, where she "All right Sam, I'll go across. I How many girls were doing this this song? Nobody seems to ,
of oil burnt. Someof I I
plenty midnight sponsored by Mrs. Alderman. MarJorie I will be pleased to discuss mattersof believe thar'a silver in them mourn when you were young? know the B. H. S. school song. A ,
4 [\.ct It- -Home of the Pixies. the students will also be"burnt" Stump and Genevieve Kenly health with parents.! tains." "The modern girls" do have law should be passed requiring all i,
r rvct III--Fairies' Nook In the up when the report cards furnished the music. A contest was inaugurated between "Well, Jeff you've had your their faults. But can't you see students to know their alma ma-

Lest. are due. We wish to say that we were delighted the different rooms and several choice. I'll take this side." there has been a greater advance ter's song before they can grad I p
J haracters: Members of the Seniors, Juniors the way the public respond. prizes were offered Great in. "S'long Sam, I'll be In hearln' than reverse ? All girls during uate. What do you think
' Scissors Pixie King- and Sophomore classes are goingto terest manifested your youth were not "fallen a ,r I ,
ewel ed to our Invitation and attendedour was by the children distance, just over the river" I ang .
ille Jackson. be able to display their oratorlal program. I spurred on by the enthusiasmof "Jeff! Oh Jeff!" els," were they It is only nar. SOPHOMORE L '"
.:nowall King's Executive'ph ability in chapel. (Just some more the teachers. Several rooms "Yes, Annie. row-minded people that see ony the -
( Rhodes. debates.) I don't think I need to HIGH FOURTH GRADE REPORT made health booklets, posters, etc. "Come here" faults of "the modern girl." Lost: A seat, finder please return
augblng Gas, Court Physician tell you the subject. In the hookworm eradication "All right, comin.." So, Aunt Mary aren't you con- to Robert Chapman. .
larry Kellum I didn't need to tell you that Sadie Prince spent Thursday and work, Mrs. Alvarez reports the following "Looke here! Jeff, we're rich." vinced "the modern &11'111" are more Miss Dorothy Sapp spent the day '
4 Behind Leader of Pixie this is test week-you can tell by results than ornaments Always, In Gainesville '
ftay I Friday In Jacksonville and cele : "Whoopee! We shore are Annie; Saturday. ; ;
; y-Harold Bishop. the length of this column. brated her birthday on Saturdaywith Enrollment of primary and all it's silver or I'm a Dutchman" Martha Brownlee. The Sophomore boys are trying
Barefoot. I I Some famous sayings: a party. elementary grades, 444. "We're lucky, Jeff. Let's tell Sam 11th grade to become debaters, but they wilt i }
" |;:bony Face, Court Jester-ComI Keep ahead of the game!-Mr. Gladys Johnson and Andrew Specimens received to date, 443, and Sally, Jeff." have to try hard. to beat Sumter +

,, Perryman. Gray. Griffis were absent Monday.We (lacking only one to make 100 per "Naw, they'd want to share it Starke, Fla, Jan. 9, 1033. Harley. I'i r t
'ranchos, Queen's Maid JeanIs. I I Students, we will have a very had charge of chapel exer- cent). with us.'" Dear Aunt Louise: Miss Mary Lucille Torode motored

brief. assignment for tomorrow.Mrs. .- cises last week and gave the following The number of positive hook "Well Jeff, that's only right they I am sorry you do not like or to Penney Farms Sunday. r'' ,
.olden Hair. Dancer Patsy McLendon. worm Infections to date is 230. A Miss Frances Hemingway ,
program: should. They've come all the way approve of my friend Louise Hale, spent {:
th Wainwright Scientific. reports tomorrowMrs. Two piano numbers, "Humpty, few not yet reported.The for the same purpose we have, to a so-called "modern girl." Saturday In Gainesville. ;
now Drop, Dancer Barbara Carpenter.How Dumpty" and Sparks John number treated to date 164. find silver." Times and customs have changed '
a jiW. you 7-Mrs. Long. Thompson by Jean Davis. The committee Is doing good fol "Naw. We found It. It's ours.We'll since; you were a girl. You cannot Sophomore Fte }''I f:
r Lhorus: Fairies, Pixies' Army, Get out your pencil and paper!- Two songs, "Because of You" low-up work, and it Is expected not let on that we've found judge the modern girl of today The tenth grade English classes 'f ,
lies' Acrobats. Mr. Larson. and "The Bow-Legged Boy," by I that the treatments will reach at any. Then when we got all we wantwe'll with the girls of yesterday. At have been studying debating. We .,;,
Follow me, students.-Mrs. Hud- Edith Jones. least 90 per cent. Some prejudice leave some night." heart they are same. The modern are going to have a debate Thursday I

THE JUNIORS son.You "A Mortifying Mistake," a read- exists against the medicine used "Why Jeff, I didn't think you girl is more honest and frank with In chapel. The subject will i'd'
may go to the board.-Mrs. Ing by Elizabeth Wells. safely and effectively by the State would be like that. There's lots herself and others. She i Is look- be, Resolved that, Interscholastio
here Is the program we put on Alderman. "The Raggedy Man," a readingby Board of Health.At more'n we'll need." Ing Into the future with open eyes Athletics as at present Conducted
[ chapel Friday It went over We'll have a dally quiz-Mrs. Luthern Lennon, Andrew Gr'f- chapel Thursday morningthe "Naw we'll git It all." and with a greater vlnlon. As for are Detrimental. Those debating
ih a ''bang!" Perkins. fls, Robert Keiswetter and Stanley prizes were' awarded the suc- "All right Jeff, you'll regret it If smoking and other habits that you are: !
c lv faculty meeting. Characters: Noegels.A cessful contestants, Mrs. Raymond, you don't tell Sam. He wouldn't disapprove of in the modern girl, Affirmative Negative
Mr.' L. A. Gray-A. E. Wall. TO THE TYPISTS AND song, "The Wonderful Shell" a member of Health Commute, treat you that way" they are a matter of taste and en- Sumter Harley Jimmy Moore 1{'
- Sir.' Morrow-S. R. Johns. ANYONE INTERESTED by Eloise Hayes Edith Jones, presntlng them. "That's all right, I'm goln' an' vironment. In many cases her Robert Chapman Billy Parker -
Jr. Larson-Lester Austin. Katherine Stafford, Frances Over. The prize offered for the best all git a pick and shovel and start dig- mother has set the example. The Blake Jackson Keeffe Harreli
Irs. McLendon Marjorie At the end of the fifth month in street, Carolyn Keen, Mildred Williams. around helath work (specimens, gin." average modern girl works for her We are going to select the four
Imp. first year typewriting there are treatments, booklets, posters, etc.) "Oh! Annie, come h-e-r-e quick." living. She is out In the world I students that are best In debating
Mrs. Carpenter-Abbie Harley.rs. many students who have made the Mr. Gray1 very cleverly recited, in the first grade, composed of "What Is It Jeff?" I mixing with other people, naturally to represent the school In the High '
T. T. Long-Lois Adkins. record of twenty-five or more "Little Orphan Annie" and "Moo four rooms, was awarded to 1 A & "I think I've broken an arm""Tell she Is more competent and cap I School Interscholastic debate.SOCIETY .
Irs. T. J. Alderman-Lois Long. words per minutes. They are: Dol- Cow Moo." B, Miss Madge Middleton, teach. me, Jeff, how'd it happen?" able of taking care of herself. S v'
Mrs. Hudson-Kathryn Haynes.Irs. ,. lie Dinkins, Abbie Harley Mar er, the prize being a copy of Rae- "I fell outta the wagon and landed Honestly now, Aunt Louise, NEWS
B. Perkins-Bunnie Canova. garet Williams George Arwood,, FIRST GRADE A & B burn's famous paintlnfl, Boy and on my arm." didn't you like my friend more ?
.Irs. Fernandez Margurelte I Vera Gainey, Lester Snell, Lois Rabbit. This room was 100 per "There now Jeff, rest easy I'll than you would almlt Did you not Ruth Rowe motored to Lake
'vatt. I Long, Marjorie Stump, Marguerite We were pleasantly surprised In cent In specimens and treatments. .call Sam find her attractive and sincere? Butler Sunday night. ,
Miss Hazel Middleton- Kitty Prevatt and Louise Jackson. chapel Thursday by winning two Excellent booklets and posters "No, Annie. I can't have you Remember the girls of today are Over the week-end Clyde went to 1
jsed.f I I There is a long list of typists health prizes. They were a beau- were made. call him not the hot-house flowers of twen- Jacksonville and Gainesville
Ilss Rosalind Jacobs Thelma just .below the twenty-five word tiful picture and a fern In a pret- To this room also went the prize "Why 1""Because ty-five years ago. Lucille Edwards was In Jacksonville a

test. I I per minute mark. So, come on and ty pot. The children in this room for the greatest improvement in of the way I intendedto Hoping that you will see the Wednesday.Over .
skit entitled "A Bicycle Built do your best and have your name worked hard for the prizes. Everyone personal neatness, the prize being treat him about the silver we've modern girl In a better light I am the week-end Bunnie Ca ,
Two," by Lula Redgrave and posted on the bulletin board in the turned in a specimen and all ,a fern In an attractive pot. found." Lovingly yours, nova, Georgia Haynes, Kitty Housed .
Juries Pender. I hall with the rest. that had hookworms were treated. Room and Nancy Clarke went to the
and 3A, Mrs. Dem-: "Well, Jeff, are you sorry? Lois Long, sink hole, to Penney Farms and
orest teacher, and second grade, Yes, Annie." 11th A. to the Foremost w
Mrs. H. C. Rltch, teacher tied for "Well. I'll call Sam then, and Dairy.
SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG I Lillian Sternberg spent the
the prize offered to elementary we'll tell him everything. There's Dear Aunt Margaret: week-end In Gainesville. '' +
grades, (above primary. Both received plenty for all of us. Ytou see it Since
visit with whileon
your us Genevieve Kenly went to Jack. a 9
a banner. don't to "
be selfish
pay your vacation, I wish to say sonvllle Saturday. '
Mrs. Ritch received the banner *i
last something In defense of "these Marjorie Stump went to Lake ( 4"
year and her enthusiasm
won DOUBLE HEADER modern "
girls. City Sunday. a
for her the same banner this
year. "These modern girls" as you Lula Redgrave went to Lake
: Her room was prompt in responseto The eleventh grade English I called them are' not so bad after Butler over the week-end. t 7

kTU; booklets health rules observed excellent classes are going to debate In as- I all. They have to keep up with the Bobbie Conley one of our new ,
made, giving her a 100 sembly Friday on the subject, Are rules of society. This world Is seniors spent the week-end In
per cent In all around health work.
I Interscholastic Athletics, as at gradually changing, so why not the Green Cove Springs. "
Neatness and good behavior are Present Conducted, detrimental? girls? Women no longer have to .
v marked characteristics of this This will be a double header involving -
depend upon the men for food, SEVENTH NEWS ItEI'ORT
room, which In all things shows a eleventh and twelfth
.4/ grape pu. clothing and protection. How -
splendid school spirit. pile many of the girls in your youth Our teacher, Miss Hazel Mid '
Mrs. Demorest, a new teacher i Affirmative Negative would have dared attempt the dleton has been sick. We are surely ,
this year is doing excellent work. Frow Strickland Lois Long things the girls do today ? Not glad to have her back. '
To enter her room Is to be impressed I A. L. Tucker Kitty Hogsed many Why? Because the girls In What Would Happen If: l
by its predominant health note. I Lester Austin Martha Brownlee your youth did not have the backbone Everyone knew his Physiology?

IJb. tktjii : 4j't Booklets, posters"" and a "Health l Alternates to do so. They were so frail Miss Middleton lost her perma-
food store, give evidence of care- I Lacy Futch Lois Adkins and delicate that It would have nent wave?
ful training along this line. This I been foolish for them to attempt Virginia Fugate was moved In r ;
room also has a high grade for Clearing and grading work completed these things. the back of the room?

personal neatness. I' for new county highway Of course there are some girls L. O. Jones made below ninetyon +
A prize was offered the room :connecting Soldiers' home with who smoke, drink and do everything test?
4 handing in all specimens most I new passenger station of Seaboard else wrong In general but I Irene Prescott couldn't laugh ?
promptly and this awarded to the : railway.-Largo Sentinel. Imagine that if you will think back Markley couldn't crack a joke?
f-. tiny tots, of First E, Miss Willie I you will be reminded of some girls We are very sorry that Dorothy
Mae Hudson, teacher the prize be- tlceable in the of the in Boulware
i appearance your time that did not alwaysdo Billy Long, and Ruse
ing a bowl of gold fish. Miss Hin I children throughout the school. everything that was considered Bradley were absent Monday
son is doing excellent work under The committee on nutrition is right. The following poem was written
the handicap of having to use the doing a big part toward establishing I hope you will remember that by Willis Smith:
end of the east hall, partially good health by serving hot "while In America, do as America .
screened off, for her room where and rolls are I had an old cart
soup dally. They as the saying goes, Is a very "
she suffers many Interruptions un ably assisted by the 4-H girls. good motto and that yau can not It Is hard to start;
complainingly.All Their work Is appreciated by the justly judge all girls my a few for Every morning It Is tough,
the teachers have cooperated health committee.In practically everything "these mod And I have to treat It rough. u

splendidly In health work, and all the near future Dr. Morganwill ern girls" do helps them In their When I do get It going, ..
now have 100 per cent lit specimens give a physical examination of fight for a livelihood In this world. It's just like a sewing p
except one, which will turn in the the school. Dr. Haynes will begin Your niece Machine with plenty of grease,
one specimen needed to make 100 this week his free dental examinations Annie Laura Tucker. When
It sews It make a big crease.
per cent. 10 per cent was addedto He has already done some .
pupils' citizenship for bringing extractions for underprivileged SENIOR FACTS In my cart I go down the road;
specimens. children which work the helath Sometimes I kill a toad,
AU rooms have done excellent committee appreciates, as well as Two of the Seniors were fortu- But in the shining sunI 9
health work-In posters, booklets I the services of local doctors. nate enough to be participants In have a lot of fun. '
aud keeping the "Health" Idea be- I Parents are urged to give this the splendid program rendered by
fore the pupils, and each room will committee all the cooperation possible the Juniors namely: Abbie Harleyand Bobble Conley and Ellen Wiggins. t
nV'H"S .s receive a prize when all treatments! and when physical defects are Genevieve Kenly. The Senior class welcomes :Mrs.: .
are given.A I reported they should be corrected We are glad to welcome two McLendon back after her absence.* 1
marked improvement Is no- :at once. .new members of the Senior class, of Friday.

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was called to the ministry at the will show enough variations I inform I Charles Dinkina/ attended the James T. :Moore, rcores

age of 19 and became a regular character and arrangement TIIERESSA I funeral of his brother at Sander Jill Bros., who has beet' wo

pastor at 21, his first pastorate of the buds of trees and shrubs 1\0 son Monday. the strawberry deal in "II1nt
,$.ocictrlj being at Cool Springs, Ga. permit the ready identification of Mlie needs Erlclrr: Cor. Miss Emily Kennard spent the returned here Sunday u will

He was married at 23 to Miss most species.The week-end visiting at her home in resent his firm here th :' ItI I '

Martha Hayes of Colquitt County, winter buds are formed I In Mrs. E. B. Johns, Mrs. Varnes Jacksonville.Lee of the season.

Ga. To them were born five daugh- advance of the season they are I to and Mr. Stanley Thomas of Starke Cotton of Jacksonville was a Mrs. C. R. Atkinson md

ters and two sons, of which four develop. It. Js'.not usually known were visiting at the home of Mr. visitor here Monday.Mr. son, Cecil, of Miami, ar,. vim Ut

LIVRE DU MOIS CLUB I The hostess served strawberry daughters Mrs. P. P. Dekle Lake that the winter buds may actually and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and family and Mrs. J. S. Norman Mr. 'at the home of her parents *

shortcake and coffee to the players Butler, Mrs. Belle Overby St. Martin begin to form In June Mayor Monday.Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips and O. J. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard

Members of the Livre du Mol I who were: Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Md., Miss Marshall Proctorand even in April prior to the spring and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan were Phillips were visiting! relatives' Mrs. G._W. Roberts wa visit'

Club met Tuesday afternoon of last Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Edward Mrs. Nannie Lou Varnes,, they are to push out leaves and business visitors to Starke Mon- Sanford Sunday.For In Keystone Heights Saturday.

week with Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Burns Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr: O. L. Jacksonville and one son, Thomas : flowers. Yet this has been established Waller's Blue Ribbon Straw Me damy V. R. Reddish

The living room and dining room I Beasley, Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs D. Proctor, Lake Butler, survive beyond question. One student day.Miss Thelma. Sullivan and Miss berry plants from, Arkansas, see O. Phillips were visiting relative, n.

of the hostess were tastefully dec- O. L. Haynes and Mrs. J. E. Wilson him one daughter dying in Infancy I has demonstrated: that the Ida Hagan were visiting at the J.' Phillips.-Adv. Jacksonville Friday.

orated with calendualaa and sweet and one son,'A. E. Proctor, buds of dogwood actually beginto home of Rev. S. H. Dodd at Key- Mr. and Mrs. J. F.: Howell upenC F. R. Carradlne was a btuto.

peas. having preceded him In death'four develop two years before' the stone Heights Monday afternoon.Mr. the week-end In Jacksonville with visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday

Galsworthy was the author un- BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINEDMr. years. leaves unfold; or at a time priorto .and Mrs. E. S. Slbley and relatives. Those attending the union mL

der discussion at this meeting.: At Brother Proctor accepted a callas development of the part of: small daughter, Ruth, and Mr. Little Warren Howell son of Ing at Pine Grove Sunday 7

the close of the afternoon, Mrs. and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley were pastor to Mascedonla* Chore the shoot which is to actually bear I Walter Slbley of Rising, were via Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Howell, has returned Misses Bessie Terry,Elva Lee.

Alderman served her guests a delicious host and hostess to friends and near Madison Jn 1878 and with. his this winter bud. This taxes credulity lung Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young- home after spending a weekIn dish and Emory Terry.Mr. .

sweet courae.WELAKA member of their bridge club Wed- family moved there and lived until and yet it cannot be gain- blood Sunday. with his and; Mrs. V. R. Reddish

nesday evening at their home on 1887, when they came to Providence said.The Mr. and Mrs. Smith entertainedat eats. visiting In the Wateroak *,

SEW CLUB Walnut street. and lived two years then subsequent growth of the their home lad Wednesday; Bill Wainwright, who is attending Sunday.A Beet!
The lower floor of the home was moved to Lake Butler where he tree Is dependent upo nthe produc- University of Florida
I evening, a group of young people Is visiting representative of the South
Members of the We-Laka Sew open en suite and prettily decoratedfor served as pastor for nineteen ;year tion of vigorous buds and it Is not A large crowd enjoyed. this oc- his parents for a few days. Bell Telephone Co., of Jack,
club met at the home of Mrs. O. the occasion with sweet peas surprising that nature should take Mrs.
and has lived here ever since. DurIng casion. H. M. Snyder spent the ville was here Tuesday
I A. Wiggins Tuesday afternoon. and roses. Several progressions of his long life of service for his sufficient time and resort to extremely Miss Ouida Hall returned from week-end visiting friends in Jacksonville Ised to have a telephone and JIron,

The party room, where the bridge was enjoyed and scores add- Master that he so much loved to ingenious devices In orderto Plant City Sunday morning. We i,on the shipping platform InsUa
guests played bridge and sewed ed. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mr, this end. This Is soon
': talk about, he served many; accomplish are all glad to have her back again
during the afternoon, was decorated D. A. Montieth received the prizesfor churches as pastor, organized just another evidence that nature with us.Mrs. .

with roses and ferns. At the tea making high. many churches and did much mission develops according to a plan. W. H. Hall and daughter,
At the close of the the .
hour the hostess served a tempting evening
work, served as chaplain at Carlle Mae, who bavej been visiting
I" salad The next will hostess served a tempting salad I The 1932-33: : crop
+ course. meeting the state farm at Raiford for 12d strawberry now relatives and friends at Plant City,
ad courseThe next will course to the guests, who were:
meeting moving from Pasco county.DadeCity'
years assistant chaplain three returned home last Monday.We .
l be held at the home of Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vinlng, Mr. an I Banner.
E. Weaver. Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Dr. and Mrs. years. ..:.- e are very sorry to learn that
He was Interested in all educa- little Miss Carlle Mae Hall has a Announcing! the Opening ofRachels
B. L. Biggs Dr. and Mrs. H. B.
tional movements, was patriotic at ,broken arm. We wish her a speedy
WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET McLendon, Mr and Mrs. T. T.
the age of sixteen when he entered BROOKER
Long, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg,
''f; I The Woman's Club of Starke Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Miss Hazel the Confederate army and serv- I .
ed till the war was over and never MlM. Vera Gainer, Cor.
..r l will meet Wednesday afternoon, Mlddleton and Mr. Eugene Mat-
received a wound of kind. He
.' Feb. 8th, at 3.30: o'clock at the thews. any {
clubhouse.Mrs. always enjoyed the Confederate re Mrs. H. P. Gainey and children LAWTEY
unions.In Everette and Eva
Vera Perry
Joseph L. Cray, vice president BRIDGE DINNER O. J. Phillips, Cor.
} his of Mr. and Mrs.L. .
of Section of Florida Federation pioneer days he suffered fay were guests
many hardships, trials and disap- H. Futch of Hampton Sunday.
of Women's Clubs, will bespecla.l
A delightful event of Friday
a Rev. O. E. attended Seed Loan MeetingAt
he said McGauley
pointments, yet they were
guest. The speaker for the
evening was the bridge dinner church services at Sun- the of Mr. J. C. Fakes
easily overcome by his opportunities ;
afternoon will be Mr. L. F. Chapman -
given by Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggsat
: ; 6f the State Farm. Mrs. J. I It their home Walnut street. and privileges of wltnessessing I day.Mr. of Ocala, representing the Federal
t L.; reek, chairman of entertain on for Christ and serving others. He I and Mrs. Russell Hewitt and Sced Loan, a meeting was held on
The lower floor of the home was
ment committee, will be hostessfor loved all phases of Christian work children Chorine and Shirley, and the shipping platform here Friday
ensulte and deco-
this meeting.VALENTINE open tastefully and especially that pertaining to Miss Ellia I Dukes were visitingfriends afternoon to outline plans whereby
rated with quantities of sweet peas the young people. For many weeks and>relatives here SundayMr. the farmers and buyers would
and fern. The motif of the Valentine
just prior to his death he Attendedthe Clyde Lewis of Alachua was have a clear understanding relative
PAnTY season was carried out In de- attending to business here Wed- to covered a federal mort-
; B. Y. P. U. and offered much crops by
': I. AT CLUB HOUSE- where tail. Centering the the small seated tables for encouragement During his recent nesday. '-=**' I gage. A New Ladies Wear and
t guests were sickness and since his death many : The farmers In this section have Surprise PartyOn Ready to
A "Sweet
Sixteen" will be dinner
party were bud vases filled with
been and straw- Miss
fi preachers have been heard to speakof picking mulching Friday evening Dolly
given on Friday evening February red sweet peas. The place cards
the inspiration berries. Some'of them have also Dinkins was entertained by a surprise -
10, at the Woman's Club. were of cupid design, and the tales encouragementand
been planting Irish potatoes party celebrating her birth-

.tests A clever,and program has of been songs, con- dinner used for bridge following the learning by his of association.the scriptures Many received We are'tel')' sorry to report that day. During the evening games Dry Goods Store
plannedby Valentine
games were girls.
have wondered how souls Mrs. L. D. PolK; who has been on were played, after which delicious
Mrs. George W. who is favors many
Kenly, were cups of candy hearts
chairman. inscribed have been led to Christ through his the sick list. for several months Is refreshments' were served.
with Valentine messages.At preaching and how till ill. We all wish for her aspeedy Those enjoying the evening with
Everyone over sixteen years of the close of the evening when many young
recovery.Mr. Miss[ Dinkins Misses Abbie
men have been called to the ministry
Is cordially Invited to attend the -
age scores were added!, prizes were *Mra
his influence.Mr. and Sproul of Gaines Harley[ Ruth Rowe Arthurlne and
i admission price being sixteen awarded Mrs. C. by
i cents.A Mr. F. F. for A. Knight and Proctor was of Irish descent ville were"attending to business Kathleen Blanchard, Mr.. and Mra. IN THE
Stump holding high. NEAR FUTURE
and had here Thursday.T. J. F. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Vernon -
a jolly He
prize will be given to the ont Enjoying the hospitality of Dr. disposition.
and W. Plnholster and
B. J. L. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
was tease and
most attractively dressed. and Mrs. a enjoyed clean
Biggs were:,Mr.. and Mrs.C. .
P. A... Crosby attended church services Dinkins. Claude Rowe, Hubbard
jokes. He
was a father
{ A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. a
at Pine Grove Sunday.The and Dutch .
PARTY devoted and
Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump companion, of the
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. an ardent supporter of the cause regular meeting
y On Tuesday a number of ladies and Mrs. D. A. Adkins, Mr. of Christ and loyal to his convictions Woman's 4-H Club was held here Melvin Futch who Is attend-
1 i visited Glen Montleth Mr. and with Miss:; ?earl Jordan last Friday ing the University of Florida, Is Featuring the
St/ for the Latest
Mary purpose Mrs. W. E. Torode of Lawtey: Mr. on temperance. Very Styles
i of He afternoon. As president, Mrs.L. spending a few days with his parents -
;( studying plant life. A and Mrs. L. F. was married twice, his first
Chapman ot the
B. CrOBoy absent the vice Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Futch.
1 r tour of the wife was ,
: complete nursery by State Farm. having died in August 1921.
president, Mrs. M. P. Matheny, Claude Barrett of Jacksonville Is ,
the He married
party proved very helpful as c Mrs. Sedonla Hardester -
fl" well as and at of with' the secretary, Mrs. T. W visiting friends here this week._
Interesting the noon MRS. EMMA AENTERTAINS Columbus Ga., in October, I
I' Markey, presided over the meeting. Blue Ribbon Strawberry Plants,
II hour a picnic lunch was enjoyed. U. D. C. 1922. She died July 7, 1930.
Composing the party were: Miss Besides his children, he is sur- The subject for discussion at this $1.75 per thousand.. See O. J. PbilNOTICID You Are Cordially Invited to Call and Note

Pearl Jordan, home demonstration A profusion of roses, larkspur vived by two sons-in-law. Rev. meeting .woe.. .." horticulture. p.-Adv.
, { agent for Bradford And Union Ernest Our Attractive Prices
calendulas and sweet peas decked Overby of Maryland, and )
r the living room of Mrs. Emma Ca- P. P. Dekle of this city; two Notice la hereby given that the following: described lands will be sold *
extension at public auction on the FIHST MONDAY IN MARCH 1933 It being
nova's home Wednesday .afternoon daughters-in-law. Mrs. A. E. Proctor the 6th day of said month, before the Courthouse Door at Stark In Bradford 105 Call Street, Next to Canova Pharmacy
,t tlon, of Tallahassee, Mrs. L. A. Davis when the W. T. Weeks Chapter, and Mrs. Thomas D. Pifoctor, county, State of Florida or BO much thereof a. will be neceesaryo
I ; Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. Luther U. also of this pay the .amount due for taxes set opposite the with
D. .C., met there for the Feb- city; sixteen grandchildren he coat of such sale and advertising C. A. Knight r.m'aoc Collector
Powell Mrs. O.. W. Alderman and ruary meeting the hostesses being and twelve great grandchildren ,
nrnrrlptlontVi ft T. It. A owner Tnx: ft Cant
eight ladles from Worthington Mrs. Canova, Mrs. George B. other relatives and a host of SEt4 0' N" __ __.___ a 8 23 40 A. Z. Adklna __....__...|13.00
Springs. Flynn and Miss friends.He All NWV4 o" Say B of canal
Olive Ray. ------------------2! 8 22 7 Arthur Wood .....____ 21.37JJ
The business session was presided was a great raternallst He One A In NW Cor. of SWJ4
i OILL-IUURDEN over by the president Mrs. loved the principles of Masonry of SE14 in Starke -."---38 81 1 Dr. O, U Haynes ____"_ 47.14
, Lot. 1 S of flit 11 Original
'. J. M. Brownlee, and among other was a member of.F. & A. M. LodgeNo. Town ofiJttarke In NELo"tf *. R. L.

I Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. Alvarez an- business plans were made for 62 and Royal Arch'Chapter No. 26 8W of't ink x -'-7,-City--Park-. -28 6 21 F. F. Stump 4229 GeigerMrs.

nounce the marriage of their beautifying Crosby cemetery with 19. These organizations had Bub 'DI".W.. & C.* Addition .
daughter, Lamlra Murdcn to John I,:hrubbery and blooming plants charge of the funeral services at to Stark ---,--28 18 "22 F. F. Stump'' _t-__"_____ 1.87
BI locks A B C D Stump' ad' ,
H. GUI of Jacksonville onjDecem- 'be cemetery committee made a the cemetery which were conducted dltton to' ark. In SV4 of

ber 31 In the home of the bride's rood report of work already ac- in a most beautiful and Impres- SEtt of NB14 -39 6 22'F.; F. Stump ..... _______. 28.12
Com 110 ft W of SW Cor of .
parents on Walnut street. empllshed at the cemetery.As sive way.. .? J.jjj. j Madison &*-Myrtle St. at '/ .
lJ4r Gill Is at native of Starke, February third Is the birthday The honor, esteem and J respect run W JlOuit" .to' We 8 tmoreland i i t v s. a. -a Rachel Bonner Imbach
and Is'the eldest daughter of Mr. : of Sidney Lanier, a southern In which he and his noble familyare aid St. trtt1'n. 210 ft N .

and Mrs. Alvarez.Mr. poet> musician and soldier the held was truly,demonstrated 420 ft to belt dealcnated' ".
Gill Is assistant to the Division historian, Mrs. E. L. Biggs reada by the many floral pieces, the telephone to an Starke map of as Uasklni Clark a Add A MANAGERSTRAWBERRY

Engineer of the Seaboard paper giving a sketch of his life. and telegraph, messages and 'Bik. .. 8 U 3 B. C. HoU..nd rf ___._ 905

Air Line Railway Company In its Mrs. L. G. Powell read "The the large Concourse of friends at SWw NIC\4\ of.x NE'4 10 A on k S SE'4 ride of."31, I II '4oo n. C. Holtaendor'' .____ n.811
Jacksonville office He formerly Marshes of Glynn" and "Ballad of the funeral. He Is missed .in the Say 01' NW' __ 84 6 22 W. A. B..ssnt Jr. __.___ 11.10

made his home In Raleigh, N. C. the Trees and the Master," two of home,on the streets:where be could Ey 0', of 8E a.1 of t sE4 of.1m 8WfSEyCor19 7ri 21 W. H. Griffin -. 1831

Mrs. GUI and little son, Jackie Lanler's noted poems. be see dally and wilt be. missedIn

Joe Murden left Wednesday to During the social period Mrs. the churches and'especially at

Join Mr. Gill In Jacksonville, where George B. Flynn sang "Carry Me the Baptist State "conventions.- '

they will make their home at 1321 Back to Old Vlrglnny" and "My Lake Butler Times. Friday ,SPECIALS Saturday

:Hollywood Ave... Avondale.MR. Unify Lou. Miss Bunnle Canova -.

entertained with two amusing Talk On TreesBy PICKERS'TICKETS
AND MRS. J. C. ROBINSON readings. The hostesses assistedby

ENTERTAIN CLUB Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr., and -' 3 pound CARTON LARD ____________-__ 21c

Miss Bunnle Canova served a beautifully Dr. E. Porter Felt Director The Quarto; DILL PICKLES _______-______ 18c
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson en- appointed salad course the I

I. tertained members of their bridge favors being red sweet peas and Bartlett, Stamford Tree Research, Conn. Laboratories RAISINS, 1-2 pound box _________..-__--_- 5c
club Saturday evening at their fern tied with white ribbon.

home: on Madison street Mrs. Canova: Mrs. Flynn and All trees have buds. Everyone 'WASHING POWDERS' 43 oz. box _____ 10c

S Bowls of radiance roses and narcissi Miss Ray's guests were: Mrs. L. F bas seen on trees or at least they .
COFFEE 2 pounds ___________ 25c
Intermingled with fern adorned Chapman of the State Farm Mrs.L. think they have seen. them. .Most GROUND ,

the large living room, where A. Davis Mrs. E. S. Matthews people consider buds comparatively

1 three tables were placed for con- Miss Etta Tlson Mrs. L. O. Powell uninteresting and by admitting SALT 2packagesforSc $2.00 Per Thousand

tract bridge. When the scores Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs W. L. Wall this confess they have not really .
were added it was found that Judge Mrs. J. E. Wilson Miss Madge seen buds.

and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins held.high Mlddleton Mrs. S. E Brownlee, The buds of trees are really won- QUAKER OATS, :3 packages ___________. 19c
;Each was presented a prize. Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. A. B. Ad- derful objects. It is true that they
Late In the evening the hostess kins. Mrs. M. E. Edwards Mrs. O.
are covered with rather
served sandwiches and coffee to the' L. Beasley and Mrs. 0, L. Haynes. appearing scales. These latter common are Grits or Meal: 10 pounds - 15cIRISH' 25c Each Additional Change

guests, who were: Judge and Mrs. really modified leaves and not just .
A. Z. Adktns Mr. and Mrs. R. FDemorest. STEPHEN SAMUEL PROCTORThis a piece of bark '
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. bud. Most of US grown know over that the on POTATOES, 10 pounds _________ 17c

r Shank Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall county was saddened when cutting into a bud.JI winter, a BUTTER (Best Grade) pound __.;.________ 20c
and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. the news was spread that Rev. S. more or less confused mass) of ,

S. Proctor had died. Brother Proctor green is exposed, and by drawingon BAKING POWDERS' 12 oz. can _________ We .. .
MRS. MONTIETU ENTERTAINS as he was lovingly and tenderly -
called by the young and old was conclude our imagination that this material a little:eventually we SOAP (Coco Hardicater Toilet Bar) ______ 5c At theTELEGAPH

An enjoyable affair of Tuesdaywas confined to his bed Christmas day. develops Into the leaves and JELLO (all flavors) 2 _.___________-__ ISc
the bridge party given by Mrs He bore his suffering well and newer flowers. This Is true
and yet the
P D. A. Montleth at her home to complained.He bud itself is much more complicated BLACKBERRIES (No. 2 can) per can ___ WeChiDso

l members Lovely of sweet her peas club.In all shades last Illness said many that he times was during ready for his outline.than The suggested by this brief'I 25c
fragrant yellow his rudiments of all the (Reg. 1 lOc Size) 4 for OFFICE
t jonquils, narcissi summons to come up higher leaves and of all the flowers to appear -
and sprays of plum blossoms create and was heard to say Friday just the coming season tuck-

ted a spring atmosphere In the before he died that he was then ed away in these. very are common QUAKER OATS (large box) per box ____ 15c .

rooms where the guests spent a safe in the Master's arms. bu (
pleasant afternoon playing con Brother Proctor had been a minIster hard sometimes _;.___-_ : :' '.
tract bridge. The valentine Idea of the gospel for 67 years and modified leaves protect the tender I

was carried out In' $he tallies and. had been In the active pastorate Inner parts from the depredationsof Phone 29
dainty wrapping of the prizes. Work"6:5'years. "birds and other animals. They : t

When the scores were added Mrs. He was born in Immanuel coun- check rapid changes In temperature H

W M. Walnwrlght made high and ty, Georgia, January 8, 1847.. ac- but doSnot prevent the tissues

Mrs. A. Z. Adklns held second high cepted Christ when'a' young man, freezing. A little scrutiny I

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ygf SKS3SiSZSZSSSZSlSZS2SHSSSSZSiS2SS2SZ I(' Superintendent A. J. Grlffls has Friends of Mrs. W. H. Green will I the grave in Sardia cemetery near AT TilE STARKE HOTEL Dietrich, Orlando; Mr. W L. '

been confined ,tc Jito home by illness regret to learn that it was necessary Folkston, Ga., Monday at 4 o'clock, Whlteman, Charlotte. N, C.; Mr. '

several days this week. for her to return to Riverside 'with the Rev. Dean, officiating. Guests at the.larks Hotel the and :Mrs. Fred Mays, Easier, Pa; ;

Bits of Hospital In Jacksonville, Monday, .first of the week were: Mr. and Mr. Paul Gilmore, Bangor, Main; '
] Miss Louise Howe of Tampa, is and hope that she will soon be Im Automobile executlvea expect a I Mrs. H. C. MUler. Plant City; Mr. W. G. Forehand, Louisville, tl''

:3 visiting her sister, Mrs. R. A. New- proving again. 10 to IS per cent gain In automobile Messrs. E. L. Johnson, L C. Ky.; Mesdames W. M. Fallough, W. l NN
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som. 1 sales this year, with some leaders Thompson, Jackson, Term., Mr. C. G. Tillman, Bostwick, Oa., Mrs. A.
I localC Mre. G. H. Lowry, Mrs. Edward I forecasting 30 per cent. H. Scott Nashville Tenn., Mr. C. Dalne, Bell Glade, Maine; Mr. E.

Mr. John Uglow who has been Burns, Mrs. W E. Middleton. Mrs. N. Sprinkle Bradford, Ga., Mesdames A. Nimmo, Florence, S. C; Mr. J.

111 at his home tor a week, la much E. S. Matthews, and Mrs. Luther Federal regulation of workers' Walter Wallace, Helen Reid H. Jackson, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and ''o
nc.rnin Oar People Business and Improved.Mr. Powell attended the fiftieth anniversary wages is being urged by representatives W. R.,Reid, Newberry, S. C.; Mr. Mrs. C. L. Vaughn and daughter,
: celebration of the Village of various labor organiza: W. O. Holloway. Newberry. S. C.; I Gwendolyn Vaughn, Chicago, III.

Pro,teee of the County and Town. and Mrs. R. T. Bell and Mr. Improvement, Society in Green clone Messrs. W. E. Knight, E. H. John
Cove Springs,:Thursday. F. L. Bun- 0"01':11 ron rrniiriTio'v:
son..Joseph High Byrd, v.
LiJ and Mrs. W. R. Bell are here from In circuit Court, 26lh Judicial J.; ]
The general) farm situation In the nell, Fla.; Mr. Jack Wilkins, Sa Circuit! Bradford County. Slat of <
..... ...aaago.. ..... gooagoaaagooo.......... Wisconsin to spent the winter.
D ................ ------------- -------- RED CROSSA middle west is still extremely bad vannah, Ga., Mr. Morgan Denby, Florida. In Chan'ery.Hulc'.h .
B ,
Mr. C. D. Shank la spending this Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns of Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State with many countlea collecting but Brunswick, Ga.; Mr. B. F. Billings, v.. J. IfiUK.n.Corp.nln Corpenlnr Complnlnant Defendant. -
business. Ocala here 35: to 40 per cent of taxes due. Richmond Va. Mr. and t
week in Gainesville on were visiting Sunday Farm Is spending today with Mrs. meeting of.the Bradford Couny ; Mrs Cyril. It appearing by affidavit/ appended '
E. L. Biggs.Mr. Chapter of the Red Cross will .be to the bill tiled In the above .
Col. H. V. Knight attended courtIn Mr. and Mrs. :J. F. Colley motored held in the Woman's Club Tuesday Livestock market and price level Present outlook is little changed stated, cau.ft that J. Ruiren. Corpen-
Ins the defendant therein named laM ,
Tampa the first of the week. to Ocala Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Bob Hill of Jacksonville afternoon, February 7, at S o'clock. reported: ,firm.SCHEDULE. from recent weeks but there is non-raalAent of the stale of Florida -
slight Improvement In car loadings and .I. a resident of Marlon In '
were guests Saturday of the Slat of North Carolina, and In ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynoldswere Mr. E. W. Waybright of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. EVANGELIST HERB SUNDAY CHANGED and electric power production. over the acre nf twenty-one year.; >ti'
It In therefor ordered that raid non*
in Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. was in Starke Monday. resident lefenda.it. be and h. la
Mr. W. M. Walnwrtght, State Rev. 'T. D. Atkins, evangelist of The following changes in schedules Wholesalers believe the usual hereby required to appear to the

C. N. Christy left Monday Mr. Bob Williams of Tampa, was bank examiner Is spending this Lakeland, will be heard at the Baptist are announced by the S. A. I* spring buying movement will on bill or or before complaint Monday filed, (the tn Mild Blxtlt! reuse day
Jacksonville to spend ten days In Starke Monday. week In Plant City. Church at 7:30 o'clock 6unday Ry. Co., effective Dec. 13: : spread out over the season, Instead of March, A. I). 1889 otherwli. the
for Southbound all<>Katlona of .aid bill will lie taken ,
Atkins of at time. Cur
Rev. last one
night. preached being lumped
with her aunt Mrs. Will Hudson. ae ronfeMHed. by ald' defendant. .
Mrs. E. F. Johns and Mrs. L. A. Col. H. V Knight attended to Sunday night at the Methodist No.1.. due Starke 11:17: p. m. rent activity arcong: wholesalers Is It la further ordered that thlorrior .

Randolph Bores of Jacksonville Reynolds were shopping. in Gaines legal business in Lake Wales and Church.. local. : largely confined to "odd lot" sales four consecutive l h. publlnhed. weeks ante In a the week tlrad-for ,
Mr. ville Tuesday. Kissimmee this week. No. 11, due Starke 0:35: a. m. fold County Telegraph a newspaper '
spent the week-end in NEW FILLINO STATION local. !published In raid County and Htat.!

Starke with relatives Mr. and Mra. B. J. Alderman, Miss Patsy Brlnson of Hugh, is .IN. LAKE. .BUTLER No, 107, due Etarke 10:27: a. m. establishing Plant City offices Dr. J.In A.rooms Coleman overLlggett'a I' (uI'i;:: that day of A. .J.hT\Irc'hl.33.;

who live on Lake Geneva, were in visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Cor- --- limited. Drug Store. Clerk Circuit "Court, "
J T. Fn.ZflIoll..lt..r :":,
Mrs. W. M. Wainwright and Mrs, Starke Wednesday afternoon. penlng. A filling station Is being erected No. 191,:due Starke 10:53: : p. m. /! for Complainant.
H. C. Wall motored to Jacksonville .In Lake Butler by George C. Johnson limited. a-S-St-3-3.
What A llladder Phi/sic
Monday and spent the' day. Work has been resumed on the Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsome and one of his lots near the old Northbound

city park after a delay of several Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lomac of Jack- Ford Garage on East Main street. No. 2 due Starke 8:08: a. m. local. Should do Work on the bladder I am Authorize: Agent S

Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mra. J. weeks. sonville, were guests Thursday of The Sunoco Oil Company of No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. as castor oil on the bowels. for
M. Darby motored to Jacksonville Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Newsom. Jacksonville has leased the build locaL Drive out Impurities and excess O. C. WALLERImlNoiila '
Wednesday and spent the day. ing and will furnish' it with their' acids that cause Irritation which
Mr. John Donahue of Jacksonville No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. Ark.
was a visitor in Starke Tues Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sapp of products. It will be completed on locate results In getting up nights, fre Improml 11'eaternJllgfrionrtrN

Col. and Mrs. 3: E. Futch of' day. Jacksonville, were dinner guests of or before the middle of February.R. Starke and Wannee Branch-No. quent desire, burning; leg pains, or Strawberry

DeLand, will spend this week-end' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom Tues F. Rivers, a widely experienced 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. backache. BU-KETS (5 gr. Tab
with Mr;: and Mre. H. L. Brownlee. Miss Gloria Johns spent the day. I manager of service stations will 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. lets) Is a pleasant bladder physic. Plants ,'

week-end in Gainesville with Misa 'operate the place. T.. J. Griffin Agent. Get a 23c teat box from your drug H.H< Me for

Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Butch and Ollie Dell. Miss' Harriet M. Raymond, returned gist. After four days it not relieved Special Prices
children of the State Farm were missionary from the Phil SMALL: BLAZE SATURDAY Cloning of Malls go back and get your mon

visitors In Starke Friday. A. E. Wall, Jr., S. R. Johns, Jr., ippine Islands, is visiting her father South ey. You will feel good after this D.W.MOORE\ ; f fiturkc

Q Harry Tison and Robert Chapmanwere Rev. _G.. P.'. Raymond.Mr. The fire truckwas, called out Train No 11, parcel post 0:00: cleansing and you get your regular
Friends of Inman will be In Jacksonville Monday. Saturday at noon to extinguish a a. nt.' sleep Mitchell's Drug Store says Florida I[
glad to hear that his condition has ,. 'and Mrs.. Surrency Young small blaze on the roof of a houseon Train No 107, letters, special delivery Bu-kets Is a best seller 4 'j

shown a slight improvement dur Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds and and daughter, Mary Lee of Jacksonville ,, N. Cherry Street. belonging to and special handling 10:00: ------ ":

ing the past few days Mrs. E. F. Johns visited the Foremost were guests Sunday at. the Graham Boyd a. m.:.
I It is that the fire resulted
Dairies at ,Penney Farms home of Mrs. P. E. Canova. North
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Miss Lois Sunday. : from a flying spark. The damage Train No. 12, parcel post and NOTICE ,
Adkins and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., mo- which was flight was coveredby
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Davis and letters 2:60: p. m.

tored to Gainesville Tuesday after Miss Kate Struth returned home son, Bruce, Jr., of Arcadia, spent The Insurance.house Is being. tenanted by Train*No. lOS, Letters, special MEMBERS OF THE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS i
noon. from Jacksonville Thursday aftera the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. UNION
and 0:10 ,
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Newton.. delivery special handling :
Miss Pearl Jordan,, spent' Wed relatives.A.visit of. several days there with E. M. Davis. *" p. m.' J. Bert Moritz Co.. Inc., 257 Washington St., New'York ; \
BIRTHS Night malls close at 6:00: murrain -
nesday in Worthington Springs in Mrs. Herbert Durden and daughter p. City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment! and
No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.;
interest of pruning and planting of J. Wilkinson, who has been Betty Joe of Monticello, are Mr. and Mrs.. E. R! ,I Adklns;' ,train No. 2, North 5:08: a. m. will not charge you but 7% Commission thereby saving ", I

fruit trees and shrubbery employed in the express office here, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Starke, girl, January 28. -' Starke and Bell Branch-Train ''you the Seta Commission usually paid to the local )I '
this week accepted a position at J. H. Rltch. No. 101, mall closes 7:00: a. m. No.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dennison; ,
Arthur Williams has had work- the State Farm. Agents. They handle 3500 cars yearly 'and are rated >
102 arrives 2:40: m.
Waldo 29. p.
girl, January
men employed thAt week adding to Paul Knight of the University A. which is the best. If I :
Mr. and Mrs. ,.A. L. Barnes, Blue Bus Schedules $100,000.00 A. A. A. very youhaven't
the attractiveness of the Magnolia Pate Gasset had as his guests of Florida, Gainesville, spent the '
Starke, girl, January 29. joined the Union join now. No dues or other
Hotel garden. Dally, effective Jan 1, 1932.
Sunday and Monday, his father, first of the week with his parents, .
F. M. Gasset, and brother, Mike Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. .UNFORMS RECOMMENDED! Northbound-6:03: a. m., 1:59: p charges will be assessed! or collected this year. All ,' : ;

Mrs. F. A. Canova and small Gasset, both of Ozark, Ala. FOR STATE PRISON GUARDS m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19 p. m. services free. \ 1J. j
daughter Mary Anne, of Gaines R. L. Geiger of Green Cove I, Southbound-0:34: a. m., 12:34: p t 'j

ville, spent Tuesday with Mrs. E. Senator Pat Whitaker and Mr. Springs was In Starke this week CanerVivian:- Collins m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50 a. m. :
Ilarrell Fla.
E. Canova.-.' .' .' .- w-- __ Fisher, of .Tamjm were attending arranging 'for the opening of his has .recommendejt.tpi'the governorand Smith's Tickets Service and Station information next at to lfe Lawtey, )
a"hearing before Judge A. Z. Ad- store here at an early date: his cabinet ,tiat ,uniforms be ,
Mr, and Mrs. Jim Godwin and courthouse.
kins Tuesday. provided tor all guards at, the State ,
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Miss Toby Dunbar of the State Mr. and Mrs. Crawford _.. .H.J
Harvey prison farm and that a number of .11- -. .. ---..-- --- -------- -- ---"JiiiiiiJ'I if!f.
Farm, visited friends in Starke -
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong and of Pittsburgh, Pa., who were on gas masks be purchased.
Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. William C. Cooper of Jacksonville their way to Miami, stopped here General Collins recently Inspected -

were guests of Mrs. E. M. Sunday to visit their relatives, Mr. the prison at the governor's request ,
Adele Roberts Shrenk, who Johns Sunday. and Mrs. H. H. Young.Dr. He said he approved of the ',
lives on her estate, "Robleda on
manner in which the guards were d
the St. Johns," near Palatka spent Miss Mary Brownlee of DeLand and Mrs. Earl Roberta of armed.,
Wednesday night and Thursdaywith I I arrived Wednesday and will spend Jacksonville, were In Starke Sat 4 ,

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Kenly. the rest of the week with her par urday. Dr. Roberts was called on MRS. LEETIE II. CHANCKY

ents, Mr.. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. account of the Illness of his sister, -
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. Ip op rocery .
Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Mrs. Leetle Hlckox Chancey, 43,, ;
Johns, Mrs. N. T. Ritch, N. T. of Jacksonville-dted Sunday. She

Bitch and Lester Price Robinson Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and Mrs. P. E. Canvoa, Miss Bunnle was born In Bradford county, later

spent Wednesday afternoon in children of Jacksonville spent Canova, Miss Georgia Kathryn moved to Charlton County, Ga,. .
Gainesville. Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Haynes, Miss Nancy Clark and and went to Jacksonville about ten '
Stlth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Miss Kitty Hogsed visited Penney years ago. She WAS a member of Starke Florida Feb. 3 & 4 Everybody is Invited

),Irs. E. P. Montgomery, who has L. Brownlee. Farms Sunday afternoon.A. Gateway Lodge.,,No. 459, Ladies ,
been ill in Tampa for several, "I
Auxiliary of tha Brotherhood of
months,' Is now improved and expects Miss Leah Struth and little L. Taylor of LaBelle was.In Locomotive Firemen and Engineersand

to return to Starke within Fredrika Edwards, of Jacksonville, Starke recently. He was accompanied the Wesley Memorial Methodist Best White Flour True Love 24 Ibs 55c 1 i
the next few days. returned to the city Tuesday after home by his mother, Mrs. Church. Mrs. Chancey Is sur .

spending several days with Mr W. H. Taylor, who will spend some vived by one son ,C,. Chancey, Baconlb.----6c
Mr./and Mrs R. D. Blankenship and Mrs. W. H. Struth. time with him there. ,
,Jacksonville, two sisters, Mrs.
of Fernandina, and ),ft.-. Edd Donl- I Mary Kite, Lake Butler; Mrs. Liz Soap or Powder l 10 f for 25c

gan of Miami. were> week-end Miss Beverly Cady, who Is a Miss Bertha Gelse, who has been zie Bryant Starke and four
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- student In the Florida State Col visiting Mrs. J. E. Corpening, left brothers, Daniel Hlckox, Folkston Lard 4 Ibs. 25c ',

ley. lege for Women, returned to Tallahassee Sunday for Swainboro, Ga., where Ga., Riley Hlckox Hoboken, Ga.. Salmon 3 f for -25c ,
Monday after a visit with she will take over the managementof Rance and Arch. Hlckox Way- cans -
Mrs. A. V Long Mrs. S. T. Dell, her mother, Mrs. Flora B. Cady. a tea room. cross.! 'Whole Grain
Mrs. Addison Pound and Mrs. Wll-
Funeral services were held at Pappy'a 1-2 Pints
mont Newell of Gainesville, were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell Mr. L. A. Reynolds of Raleigh, Rice,101bs.-25c 1 1

the guests Thursday of Mrs. S. E. and children: of Jacksonville spent N. C., has obtained a leave of ab Relish --15c '
Brownlee and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. [ Mayonnaise or 1 ;
the week-end here with Mrs. Mc sence from the road 'and will/ Join

!DoweU's parents, Mr and Mrs. his wife here, making Starke, his FLORIDA Beat Daisy ,
The friends of Mra. J. W. .
Andrews who la recovering at the ,John Uglow. permanent home. TIEATRE Tomatoes No. 2 '
Butter lb.---l 19c cans 4 f for 25c
Gill Hospital from an operation Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs had as Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly GAINESVILLE. FLA. ,

performed last Saturday, will be I their guests for the week-end, Mrs. and Miss Genevieve Kenly spent .
glad to know that she is steadily '0. J. Griffin and Mr. Owen Griffin Saturday in Jacksonville. They I Elk Horn

improving. of St. Augustine, Mrs.'' Jim Kick- were luncheon guests at the George rilOOIlAH. RIi,FEB. 2ND \ Coffee f 2 Ibs. 25c

liter and daughter, Martha, of Washington Hotel and later. attended Cheese )lb.15c

CENT ACOLUMN I WORD Jacksonville. the Florida Theatre. THURSDAY MARIE DRESSLEIt& FRIDAY I NO.1' Sugar!! 5 Ibs. - 20c

Mrs. O. L. Beasley is visitingher Mrs. George W. Marks and POLL MOHAN! I 3 for ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. daughter, Marjorie, returned to 'II
Durden in Tampa. Mr. Beasley will their home In DeLand Wednesday In I

FOR SALE-Alabama and Flor- join Mrs. Beasley Saturday tor the after spending several days with "PROSPERITY" Macaroni -1]lOc Grits or Meal,10lbs.15c i

week-end. They will return home I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M..
ida Seed Peanuts. Also a varietyof
South Carolina Seed. Starke Sunday night. Darby. SATURDAY Sunshine '
+ No. 2 1
_.. 2 cans
Hardware Store. tf. CAROL LOMBARDEIn
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Paige. Jr., James Richard Wainwright, of ;
LoST-Wednesday between J. M. and son, Billy Miss Leah Struth the University of Florida, at Galnsvllle Fig Bars lb. lOc '-L" =' Pineapple 25c

Alvarez's back gate and store,' a and Fredrika Edwards of Jacksonville la spending his mld-term va "NO. MORE ORCHIDS" ,

silver fork. Return' to Mrs. J. spent the week-end at the cation in Miami, with his brother i c

M. Alvarez. It. home Struth.of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. T.in-law Clark.and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. ,Monday (On, the Stage) BROOMS jel1) 1onfe{ No. 2 1-2 2cans j

........... Each. 20c Peaches- 25c
your spring garden and field Mia Evelyn Stump return- to The circles of the Woman's MIS'sionary ,f - AUAt11r' -
seeds. Northern and Western F. 8. W. C., In Tallahassee Sun Society of the. Methodist
grown. Also strawberry crates day after spending the week-end [Church will meet Monday after THEY JUST HAD TO OET CAN NORTiJEItNMilk I
and cups. Prices right. 1-27-41. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 'noon, at three o'clock.. Circle No, !MARRIED"

FOR F. Stump. Miss Stump was accompanied i 1 wiU meet at the home of Mrs. With Beans. 5 Ibs. 20c
RENT FURNISHED- ith- 6cSalt,2pkgs.5c
to Lake City by Mr. and ,W. E. Middleton. Circle No. 2 wilt ZASIT. PITTS A SLIM: ,
er first or second floor, private
Mrs. Stump and her sister. Miss ,meet at the home of Mrs. L. A. ,BUMbtFJiy1L1ETUESDAY
bath and garage or will rent entire '
Marjorie Stump. Davis. Hostesses, Mrs. Davis and NAVY BEANS
house, twelve rooms, bath
Mrs. W. P. Smith. 25
on each floor. Mrs. Hamrlck, ; & WEDNESDAY"HALF c. 5
Mrs. T. B. Hendrix and son-in- Ibs. 15c
S. Walnut St. It* NAKED: TRUTH" -
law. Russell Alderman of Lake- Miss Hazel Adkins and guests

OUR TRUCK MUST PICK UP land stopped here last week for a Miss LaMerle Sutton and ,Miss With*
two pianos fn vicinity of visit with Mre. L. A. Reynolds. Sarah Gross! returned to Tallahassee LEE TRACY *. LUPE VELEZ Toilet 6 rolls Nucoa Ib 1 lOc Full Quart
Starke on Wednesday, February8th. They were on their way to Wins- Sunday afternoon to assume Paper.. _____ 25c Dill Pickles ___ 15c
Will sell for small balances ton-Salem, N. C., to bring Mrs. their studies at the F, S. W C., after NEXT THURS., &I FRIDAY
due. Will be /glad to have'our Hendrix's granddaughter Miss Edna several days visit here with "FAREWELL TO ARMS"
track bring them by for your Alderman, who is In school Miss Adkins parents Judge and With 10 Pounds 'MATCHES

in pection: Edwards Piano Co., there, back to Florida. The party Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. They were accompanied GARV COOPER AND ''Potatoes w_____ 15c Onions, SIb s. lOc 3 for _.._ .___ lOcV'.iII.
35 West Duval Street Jacksonville stopped here also on their return to Lake City. by Judge IIELENIIAYES
Florida. It trip. and Mrs. Adklns.


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Ing a new federal
r I Mayor John Shepard called
: HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Gainesville, Fla.A corn show, a meeting for Monday to hear

J containing around 150 bushels of spokesmen for both sides of the

[I Weekly from Home Dewosstra- corn raised by "-H club boys of question. Opposition bad flared up
FARMERS SECTIONConducted Uon Specialist Tallahassee Florida, is a feature of the South ,,1 LIVE STATE NEWS when the Palm Beach Taxpayers
Association and the
.. Florida Fair now being held in town planning
Tampa. The exhibit was arrangedby board, the latter beaded by John P
Demonstration Agents News of Florida in Short Paragraphs
by GOOD COLOR SCIIEMES R. W. Blacklock, state boys' Harris, broker decided to ask the

TO PAINT THE HOUSE club agent and includes displays federal government to defer erec.

L of single ears, 10 ears and one tlon of such a building. The association

LI ___ A little paint adds much to the bushel each of many varieties of J' __ in a resolution declared thata

beauty of the house besides protecting corn raised by the 4-H club boys, necessity for rigid economy ex
CONTROL OF BLIGHT DOME GARDENING AND the wood. la selecting the in cooperation with their county Tallahassee George H. Wilder, I I Ito the whipping post for a second isted and that such a building "h

DEMANDS ATTENTIONOF CANNING ON INCREASEIN color to use, nearby buildings and agents. Plant City citrus grower and former I application. The humiliation is too deemed unnecessary at this time."

POTATO GROWERS FLORIDCOUNTlE foliage should be considered. FailIng a speaker of the Florida House of great and generally cures the culprit -

to consider them often resultsIn Business leaders, as with one Representatives assumed the office I consider It a good tntldote West Palm Beach-The first eco
Hastings, Fla. Potato growers Tallahassee, Fla. In Increasing the of ugly, crude rotate nomic
use voice, continue to reiterate that a of acting: motor vehicle com- for crime. crisis occurred In the Gardenof
should beware of diseases which numbers, Florida women are A house obscured by foliage balanced budget tax reduction and missioner February 1, by vltrue of Eden, Prof. Thomas Nixon Car.

reduce the yield of the potato crop serving their families fresh or canned should be painted la light, rather strong constructive Washington appointment by Governor Tallahassee Merchants of the vet Harvard economist, said la an

and lower the quality of the tubers, products from their own home bright colors to give somewhat of leadership are essentials of re- He will succeed W. S. SholtZ'j. state at large troubled with "dead- address here entitled "Is Capital.

says Dr. A. H. Eddins, associate gardens every month in the year,, a contrast. On the other hand, covery.or resigned effective February 1. beat" accounts on their ledgers, Ism About to Collapse.. Eve's de.
plant pathologist with the Florida according to figures compiled by a house standing alone in a conspicuous sire for the forbidden fruit, he
take from a Tallahassee said,
a tip
1': Experiment Station's laboratoryhere. the State Home Demonstration De location should not be in gray. broke up an ideal system of
,j, :J i Of all the diseases which partment. Women receiving help too bright colors. Small houses : Ask the home demonstration Tampa-Yegg-men using a blow shopqeeper. Unbale to'collect and was the government
_ :"'-"attack this crop, late blight is the from county home demonstration will tend to look larger if they are agent to help you select the colors torch and chisel cut a lock froma accounts after repeated requests having to work and of them men
r \' steel cabinet in the office of the for payment, this merchant has faring
, I( most common and destructive that agents grew 3,972 gardens in 1932. painted to light colors, particularly for your house. unemployment problems.
First Church here last utilized a display window to advertise "Impor
the Florida growers have to deal These gardens produced $22,364.24 of the warmer tints. -Virginia P. Moore. Baptist tation" of West Indian .
11 ,\ with, says Dr Eddins This disease worth of vegetables served at Judicious use of trim colors fan week and escaped with $382 in cash the accounts, giving the name Florida and of Mexican negroes into

( t usually makes its appearance when home, $31,917.47 worth of vegetables a important factor In the color Home Radio Period and checks, representing Sunday's of the debtor and the amount of into the southwest and a high peons
the is about half It sold fresh, and $11,590.50/ contributions. Detectives said the the bill. "Rubber checks" also are birthrate
't t, crop grown. scheme. Colonial houses always The Florida Home Radio Per- are complicating the
'kllla the leaves if allowed to worth of vegetables canned. In thieves evidently hid themselves displayed on the window-to the ,' unemployment
and. look well in white with green shutters iod, directed by the State Home problem, he said
I both
it will all of addition $22,364.24 worth cf fresh In the church last night They dismay of the maker and the
spread, destroy parts t and green shingled roofs. Demonstration Department and "Importations" being
,' fruits sold from home arch opened a door from the inside and amusement of the public. The "encouragedby
r potato plants, including the tubers were Light yellow houses with white presented over State radio station people who have something to
merchant said the method had
1t r Thorough applications of either a ards.During trimming are very pleasing. Bungalows WRUF at 9:45: EST, each week left. gain from
s 20-80 copper-lime dust or a 4-4-60 1932 the fourth annual are attractive when painted day morning, will present the following "brought some results. it"M

bordeaux mixture afford commer- all-year garden contest was conducted Ivory, white, or light yellow. It topics next week. Miami Beach-A petition which

j'% cial control of late blight. under the direction of Miss they are small a light gray, or Sat., Feb. 4-The Child Care its sponsors said represented the I West Palm Beach-Three polite I SAVE JOHN RUSKIN
The first application of either Isabelle S. Thursby, economist In light yellow would make them look Question Box. wishes of five hundred persons men helped B. J. Skinner of Day

1 i dust or spray should be made be- gardening and food conservation. larger. Mon., Feb. Clothing and Style from eighty-five cities in twenty- tona Beach repair his tire on the

; .' fore any signs of late blight are Prizes, furnished through the cooperation Suggested color combinationsare Suggestions-Lucy Belle Settle. two states was laid before the Miami federal highway near Stuart re

I evident and continued at Intervals of Francis C Stokes 8c : Ivory trimmed with light yellow Tues., Feb. 7 Progress of Beach City commission last cently. After Skinner with their

no that all new growth Is kept covered I Co., have Just been awarded to forest green, or white. White Home Demonstration Work in week asking that police rescind willing assistance, had completedthe Ask your dealer

:: with the fungicide. This makesIt Gadsden Walton, Santa Rosa, trimmed with light yellow, gray, or P'Jorlda-Flavla Gleason. their recent order that persons repair and was about to resume -I fat new Premium

necessary to( dust or spray five Bradford, Alachua and Holmes green. Light yellow trimmed with Wed., Feb. 8-Weekly Low-Cost wearing only short trunks wouldbe his Journey to Miami one of

times during the season at 7 to 10 counties. Another contest is being white, ivory or brown. Seal brown Market Basket-Anna Mae Slkes. arrested it they appeared on the trio held him up with a gun Catalog. 1loreDavn.la

{ day intervals beginning when the conducted this year. trimmed with Ivory, white, yellow, Thurs., Feb. Readings for the the beach. while the other two took his wallet tobacco .

1r plants are six to eight Inched high., The calendar, or all-year, gardenIs or sage green. Silver gray trimmed Farm Home-Mrs. Ida Keeling l containing $75, he told police,

For greatest efficiency the dust stressed in practically every with ivory, warm gray, or Cresap. Tallahassee Edict that and drove his car away. A fruit is now

'r. should be applied during the night county having a home demonstration moss green. Warm gray trimmed Fri., Feb. 10-What ResearchHas I mended biennial appropriations recom-for truck picked Skinner up and H-T used in JOHN
f 0, or early morning when there is agent, says Miss Thur by. with white silver I him here this
r or gray. Light Shown About the Food Valueof the state board of control and the early mornIng -
';aplenty; of moisture on the foliage Such a garden Is a valuable asset, RUSKIN,making
lead trimmed with white, warm Oysters-Dr. O. D. Abbott. state plant board must be "sub- I i when be reported the robberyto .
.; and no wind Is blowing. The not only for the money value of gray, or silver gray. Apple green Hints from U..S. Bureau of Home I' jected to considerable reduction"has police. it the greatest
; amount of dust required at each the vegetables produced but also trimmed with
:/ application to cover the foliage depends from the standpoint of better meals green, white, Economics. I II been delivered by the budget -: r ; cigar value at 5c.

.' the size of for the and commission in a request for revised West Palm Beach Oliver G.
upon the plants.Growers family, consequentlybetter Smoke the size
estimates. The two Taylor, finger print In Sheriff -
boards expert
begin by applying 15 to health for members of the
.., 20 pounds per acre and Increase family. Vegetables In wide varietyare made up of the same membership i R. C. Baker's office, took an you prefer -

the rate as the plants grow larger. grown in every county of the I + Do You Know ? + I received the Instructions in an executive -I unusual interest in 18-year-old p Perfecto Extra or
\c When there II a heavy growth of State. session of the commission, George Matheny when the latter,

: foliage, as much as 35 to 40 pounds Women who have participatedIn which Is beaded by Gov. Sholtz. I I picked up by Palm Beach officers iL Panetela.
I. of dust be i the for a minor offence, was brought
may required to cover garden contests have kept I
:fi the at the last careful St. In for finger-printing. The finger
plants application. records, and have become lr Petersburg-Jail bars were
'.. When bordeaux mixture Is used thoroughly convinced of the value : only a monkey cage to an anthropoid print man's interest was attractedby
:100 gallons of the home the fact that Matheny was attired E
are applied per acre garden In both dollars ape brought to police headquarters -
I at each application. The bordeaux and cents and in better health. by Call Officer W. J. Taylor in Taylor's shirt, pants, and

.t''i, mixture can be applied effectively) t who captured the beast In a other clothes belonging to him. MORE HAVANA \
.: with 250 pounds pressure In the tree of an exclusive residential sec : Taylor believes he has found the

,f spray tank using three nozzles per E i tion. A crowd of winter visitors I man who rifled his room at a down '

row. Tests have shown the. bordeaux WRUF FARM PROGRAM watched the prisoner go througha !I town hotel of most of his clothes

\" to be more effective than the "The Voice of Florida" + t variety of capers in utter contempt and other personal belongings.

dust.. of charges of vagrancy, disorderly 9eii9nif { LD
4 a # ., r conduct Palm Beach It was time to
trespassing and
OUTDOOR FLORIDA WEEK Gainesville, Fla.-Principal top 1 r er resisting an officer, entered against retire but George Matheny unemployed -
I'I FEBRUARY 19-26 WILL ics to be discussed during the Flor .. him on the docket youth or Arrian, Mich., had "4r.uPJ'
........ -ADVERTISE!: REAL ASSETS ida Farm Hour over WRUF, 12 to no place to sleep one night last
12:43: EST each r ,week. Straight ahead of him was
,.; day next week St.
.' Petersburg Tourist automobiles the Breakers one of Palm Beach's
(By Spuds Johnson) i include the following: ,

u The week of February ltf-28\ has Sat., Feb. 4 Florida farm news 41, 2 r1 Ptt State at continue the rate to of arrive more in than the ed big Into resort the hotels.hotel. Matheny He entered walk-an
and hints. Farm V
\ been designated as Outdoor Florida editorial snap kn,
every seven days as January
elevator got off at the third floor.
,t Week, at the suggestion of the shots. approaches a close, reports of traffic The first
room that he found
State Mon., Feb. 6 open
Federation of -Spring Fertiliza-
Women't checks on the three principal he entered, undressed went to
Clubs, Mrs. Meade A. Love, Quincy,, tion Cultivation and irrigationof highways Into the State revealed. unmindful ,
'w president. We who live in Florida Citrus--B. F. DeBusk. The .. During the week of 19- sleep, the room rent
ed for
$20 He
a awakened
day. was -
have become 10 accustomed to the Story of Natural Control of the at 25 a total of 3172 cars crossed the
1 State's great assets that often ware e Cane Borer-Dr. E. W. Berger. State line. Of this number 1468 by detectives checking his presence OVI.RVOREo
in the hotel. He
'f inclined to take them for Feb. 7-Control of Melon and arrived spent the !
over 17 922
Highway ; over rest of the
Pickle Worms Jail. NERVES
J. R.
granted. Outdoor Florida Week Watson. Thee '
Highway 41 and 782
M ; over High
::2 k should Cotton Rat and Its
serve to call them to th ControlCarlyle 1.
'.' attention of us as well as many,, Carr Farm Question Box. Gainesville In his biennial report -
\ many other people from other' Feb. Stopping the Leaks in to to the state board of control -

: States who may not be familiarwith the Cattle Business-W. J. Sheely. { Tallahassee Cutting further recently made public Dr. John
'i,t: them. Saving Pig Losses-Dr. A. L. Into state expenditures, Gov. Dave J. TIgert, president of the Univer

I, During this time when everyone Shealy. Pascal Robinson's Farm Sholtz and his cabinet have decided sity of Florida, said there would

t 1'-)} Is studying the matter of economic I Set-Up-J. W. Malone upon immediate steps to lower be no requests for appropriations

readjustment and trying to find Feb. 10-Cost of Raising Pullets the cost of travel by state officials for additional buildings during the
.' l and reduce the number of motor coming session of the
ways of balancing the budget, we -N. R. Mehrhof. How Dixie legislature.
,: may not realize what a real asset, County Farmers Raise Over 90 altSrtd'aolt vehicles operated by the state. The President Tigert said this has been
both materially and spiritually, we Percent of Their Chick*-D. M. governor told the cabinet that the I decided "because of the dire necessity -
state now owns or leases and of "
have In our State's great natural Treadwell. operates economy. He pointed out

"resources," says Mrs. Love. "We ,.. ... 689 automobiles, trucks and that "practically every college in
,4 rw.aw HfUfott artw % trailers, saying "this the
practice must
> university finds itself crowded
G,:have wonderful assets In forests, PLANTED NOW
"; streams, lakes, bathing beaches, IN FLORIDA GARDENSADD THAT when the sap begins to run In the Maple troos In southern be stopped as it would bankruptany and congested. Reports of the officers
y 0' boundary waters of Gulf and Ocean ATTRACTIVENESS b.o It Is accepted s. a sign that Spring has earn and so' the\j private business on earth." and deans complain of lack
!,f and their native wild life restraint winter I I. thrown off and crowds f people' young and old, of space and ask for relief In additional
depleted gather In the sugar maple groves to make merryf It Is the first picnic Tallahassee The state road
'}!r; though they have been by unwise Gainesville, Fla-Among the of the year In Csnsda. The old time fiddler Is on' hand end couples department's buildings
cl I use, but still holding much of basic bulbs which commend themselves dance on the dead leaves while others drink the cap or dip their sugar 1933 tentative budget for UP TO your. ear in wor1I-
calls for Plant
: worth. to Florida gardeners for planting addles In the syrup that Is being boiled down Into sugar. The photo-! approximately $14.- City-A setting hen, ordi- every nerve at high tension.
$(r "Outdoor Florida week Is the at this time are day lilies, cephyr- graph shows a Motion of s gay party In a Quebec Maple Sugar pro ../ 000,00( worth of operations and narily, sets on a setting of eggs. No wonder you IBllpa' the wife
makes Snakes and bark at the children.
provisions for about $3- are different. They set
:J appeal of outdoor Florida, her climate anthes, amaryllis, caladiums, eu- Watch outl Overwork
her beauty, the life that 'charts crlnums and glorlosa 500,000 in new work Chairman C. around the eggs, or something like .
says Darvca lead: to ..
And the Worst B. that may ffleopU
1l abounds in her waters and forests 11. Harold Hume assistant dean of is Yet to Come Treadwaj has announced. The according to Mrs. Paul Headache. N.rr-

w that annually draw thousands from the: College of Agriculture and well program, as now drafted, but sub Clauske, living on Route 1. She indigestion and a host af

l'other States to enjoy them. Every known Florida horticulturist. !I ject to change, will be advertised recently entered her chicken house other unpleasant dlstorfaaaeaa,
f;' community Is rich In all that is 'These make attractive plants for d' 'Pt for 30 days and the final budget and found there a five and a half- Why don't you try Dr. Milers

needed to furnish material for such t.he garden, and many of them are ( J ) adopted at a meeting of the com- foot green-colored snake with yellow Effervescent Nentae Tablets
a program." neglected by Florida gardeners. mission in Daytona Beach March 7. stripes curled up in one of the Just ono In a half glass of
\\t\ j A public hearing will hen nests. When Mr. Clauske kill- water makes a pleasant spark-
'If Other the beld at that
organizations have been Among day lilies are varieties / Ring drink delightfully soothing
"_,' asked to participate and the gov- which mature early and others ui i dol/tub l / c..3 time. the snake a china egg was found to overtaxed nerves.

'v.ernor has officially designated the which are later. They are excellent 1.QJ within the reptile, but no other Dr. MuW Nervine is now

week as .Outdoor Florida Week. l In clumps and groups In the r 0 Miami Poison placed In pas- eggs. If any regular eggs had Biade la two forms -liquid and

.t,, Surely no State in the Union has shrubbery border.Zepbyranthes T tures of three Dade County dairies been eaten they had been digested. Effervescent' Tablet. Both ban

..:: a greater outdoor appeal for every may be used to ..- has claimed lives of 80 cows and The China egg was retrieved and the same soothing effect

.t body, and It Is well that the brighten many a garden path and 120 more were 111, Chief Deputy replaced In its customary place for SUM at year drag star

l! State's! great open spaces are being corner, says Mr. Hume. All are Sheriff Guy C. Reeve said tonight. the benefit of ambitious hens.

.*called to our attention at this time. easily handled and easily established t Reeve said 40 packaes of ground -

Mother Nature smiled on Florida three species! growing naturally ;4 alfalfa hay, containing the poison Palm Beach A battle between .
';' In the creation of its shores and In the State. 1 J't had been found In! a pasture of one opposing groups of residents and t

interior lands. Let us enhance the Both the true amaryllls, which of the dairies. The deputy said organized labor raged here last I NERVINETABUETS

value of Nature's fine handiwork. Is rare and the species commonly) his investigators had been unable week around the proposal of erect-

.J called amaryllis are strong, bold to learn a motive for the poisoning.

:t' HOME; AGENT PRESIDES plants with a wide range of colorings Two men arrested Monday in con-
and very attractive for nection with the case were re- Wake Your Liver Bile
Tallahassee, Fla. Miss Mary flower gardens. leased. Up

: E. Keown, district home demon- Fancy leaved caladlums may be -

'f J stratton agent Is presiding over grown in pots or In shaded places St. Petersburg Return of the

w f the sessions of the home economicsh In the garden. whipping post as a permanent cure -Without Calomel

1 section of the conference of Southern The eucharls should be grown in for crime, was advocated here Jan.

It; Agricultural Workers being pots In Northern Florida, but Is I 23 by Judge J. W. Roberts, who -
|L y; held In New Orleans this week. hardy out of doors in the southern sat for thirteen years on the Ohio And You'll Jump Out of Red- u thto Ute.to sat Seeing fNoI,.yww loeado.e'

,"MIss: Keown was made chairman of part of the State. It is not dIfficult Court of Appeals. -t Htm It Jet tmr fa the bmnta.Ou .
Speaking to in the Rarin'to
Morning Go
[;!*this section at the last annual conference to cultivate. the Three Quarter biases .. ym __ Too k.f. .
p :: in recognition of her outstanding The crlnums Century Club, thick.Ud feut wd row bmtk.fa foci skis
combine of Judge Roberts
ease said: "It has been If you feeillOUl' and sunk and the
' imams ...* .to blanfaho Tow i"sdsear
t' abilities and services in growth with great beauty. When proven that a man does world looks
the homj economics not return punk don't swallow a lot sad Tim let dons ud eo*.Tear".....
field. cared for
r" as they deserve they are of salts miners water ofl laxative
\: oeed.stbi. .
t .', It ain't the guns.nor armament attractive In plants, says Mr. Hume. canned About 244 kinds of food are now candy or chewing cum and expect AtbksIi ..........w C4BftB'WU'I"J'.aUVEa a
speaking of glorlosa or climbIng commercially. These include them; to make you suddenly sweet ..
Nor the funds that we can pay P. lilies, he says that those who vegetables, fruits, fish and and buoyant and full of......M_. PILLS to fat '
'ABut It's close cooperation shellfish SGVbp halt'sad....ye: ...."..sad....
have not tried them have meats soups and various
some- For they cant do ft. They only .
That makes us win the day. specialties. Tiny aontmta wasteful, burning fuses
new and
\ It ain't the Individual unusual In pros mora the bowels and a mere movement wotabta---.uu Nor the members pect. The plants climb or growto I doesnt cot at the eaoss. The ............bile lee.
as a whole a height of several feet and To .spare praise when It Is due reason for dawna dout ".
your feeling
I But the everlastla sup nut aaat wk I or frnt pOte.flak far C rt
; Of teamwork ports to which they can cling l will spoil the child no less surely is your hrer. It should pour out; two LIttU Llnr J .y{ every bloomin' soul should be provided. C ""I ln9+c'" .'I than sparing the rod when It is pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels LIYw Pals es W rd...... .... .

\.' ,, __ due. daily. .b-tI taf.Ms4a.. Oaaa.a.M.c.t.l. .

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Topic "How Shall We DetermineOur Tow, '",
;: :: "'"" ; : Ideals?" (Christian Endeavor Deserlpt/oa II.... T. H. .... Owaer R. Costs Description II".,. T. R. Ai OvmtS3 Costs!

.../.. ',:.-_ Starke ID NE% nt SW .II 8 II J. F. 1I0u.ol' _?_____ 1.18 and W>i of NEH W otLNYif
":'!t Day). Leader Lucille Mitchell. D..II' 80 ft. S ofNE Cor of ( Unknown 17.8S ; 1
n d e.k'iill -------- ,
crh 7:30 p. m. Evening worship song Ulk. 19 as extended on of -n i-2ii: >
: ::,. t.W. ; and sermon. En..y Map and run 8 II Addition to Starke In
: \\ ( ft. W so ft. N 91 ft. toJo NWH of NWH N of (th
\ Prayer meeting Wednesday at ft. to bel Original St --- -28 ( S3 T. S. William ---_ S.3C :c cLot
7:30 Town of 8tark. In NEI4 l"of nikT1j 4 Peekr* Ad-;
and : p. m. of 8W\i _____ II 8 U A. W. Anderson ______ lI.n dltlon to Starke In NWH\
Thy word a a lamp unto ay feet a light unto my path.-Pa-la 119:101 A cordial Invitation to all our Lots 13 D ? ot Blk. as SE1( of NWH' N 80f8 9th : k'iU ( S3 T. S. William _______ 8.05
services extended to all. of SW34 J. 1\1. Johns Addition Lot 1 3 8 4 of 1,
Dt l1nf3lt1iu. All religious teaching doctrine or ________________11 8 II John R. McKinley ____ 151I.01 Peek's Addition to StarkeIn
r Lots 6 8 ot 521k. 18 SE1,4 NWH of NWI4Nof
:AI creed if to have claim

, \I.apon: ,the love loyalty and devotion of the people they, must are be in harmony any with REVIVAL TO OPEN Of 8W34- J.: hi.-.:_Johns-----_-Addltlon --:II 8 II A. W. Anderson ____ .3.08 Lots 0th 9 Bt.IS.IS_ 14_--A._.BM..> i" ( S3 It. A. Bishop _______ 31.38 "'2

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit nto every fold and crevice 21,4A51ofR1r In SW Cor \ lot 10 of Blk. 84 Peek'

of the human and of whom it was said In John 7:46,"NEVER MANPastors Revival will open Thursday Feb. of 8E14 of SWI- bounded Addition to Stark In
heariit IS MAN." N by John. Add W by By NWH\ of NWH\ N of (th8t
2 at 7:30
1033 m.
8 by section Ilne also 98 8 23 P. A. Scott ____________ '.81
Old-time full-gospel of salvation lots 9 a 10 of Blk. U J. I.or.iofiaof"I31itsRising :
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this da and M. John. Addition __II 8 II J. O. Boy4 ___ __ 11,16A Addition to Stark
for news of church activities, organization and aunonaeoI healing through prayer Lot. 1 1 1 4 of Blk: L. T. .. In NWH of NWH Southof

I menta'Inartment Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement faith. Non-denominational located : Co'.. Addition _______11 8 II -:... Unknown __ __ ______.1216 9th gt. --------------ss ( S3 -Mrs. Celia Carter ---? ..a.
Lots4867/910111212 Lot 13 14 of Blk. II IU.In .-
bfIDJ that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morningotberwi.e in an old store building one 14 of Rlk. 10 L. '1'. a Co'. II' Addition to Stark In

they cannot be handled for current_iesueI ___.__ __ block north of depot on state road Addition _._. 8 II -Lee Morass _______ .1.08 NW% of NWH South of
n un u No. 13 or Gainesville road. Lots 4 Il of -Bik-i: L-r:1I t1.h Bt. 38 6 22 Mn. n. A. Bishop ___ ....
1 1i advocating .. Co' Add ---------l1 8 I. -.r. O. Boyd _________ 11.TII 1 S of BIk C.RlsingAddition :
were a patriotic party ] Services at night only and on Lot IofBIk.11L.T. .. to Starke in

I I II armed insurrection against Rome. ; Sunday one additional service at Co'.. Addition ______11 8 II L. D. Green _?_______ '.'18 NWH of NWH South of r
SUNDAY SCHOOL And Judas Iscariot who also Lots 123411121314 otI 9th ---------------3$ ( S3 J. C. popp.n __?__ U.
LESSON l I 2:30: p. m. Just come as you work.H. Blk. 11 L. T. & Co'.. Addition Lots 5 6 o.:

I betrayed him. His father was H. Sapp I ------------28 I. Unknown _______ 81.08 land 8 of Blk. S to land
Lot 04S40ft.ofotl. line J. O. Alvare Addition .
Simon (John 6:71): ). "Iscariot a
1- --- Evangelist Green Cove
Blk. 14 bounded 8 by J. to Stark S of MadIson -
FOR FEBRUARY 5, 1033 little village in the tribe of Judah O. Turner land L. '1'. .. A W of Walnut 8t.S8 8 32 Mr. S. F. Hamrick .__ (4.18
Thus Judas was probably the only The volume of steel business has Co'. Addition ------13 8 II Mrs Purl 8n'der ____ l1.n Lot 6 of Blk. 1 Wynn' Ad-
Lots 8 11 A. 8 S fL of Lot dltlon to Stark In NW'
: Jesus Chooses the member of the Twelve who was gained moderately, and the Industry 4IIlk.. 1L. 1'. .. Co'. of SWH ________28 ( S3 -. Miss,011I0 Mart ___ 11.01
Subject not a Galilean. But he stole from Is encouraged in spite of dis- Addition -------___!8 8 II Floyd Green _______ 8.08 One lot -N by O. J. .
!Twelve Apostles. Lot 8 of BIk 14 L.T. a Orlffln H by Sharpe land
Text: "I have chosen the disciples' treasury. Moreover appointing sales to railroads. Co'.. Addition --___2$ 8 II Annie Mae Bennett ___ lI.n W by Walnut 8t. A. E by
Golden he betrayed Jesus to the Jewish of- Lot II of Dlk. 14 L. T. Co'.. Ry. -_-_____.-_28 6 23 Mr. Eva Kllllan -._._ 26.$1
I you, and ordained you that ye Addition .1 Joe Orlffl. _______ 4.n Deg at SW Cor nf land
I should and bring forth fruit. ficials and earned the title of trai- Farm tool firms opening! 1933 Lots 1 I a of Elk 11 L. T.A sold to Mrs. T. T. Longby
I sales drive. Pin hopes on certain Co'.. Addition ------2$ 8 n Mr.. An.eUne Wheeler 8.U 8. J. Temple A. run 8
15:16 tor.A 14 W
John Lots 1 6 131k. 18L deg. 89 ft. for si pt '
Lesson Text: Mark 3719.: study of these short sketcheswill new features such as lowpricedtrucks. & Co's. Addition --_--_::J8 8 II J. O. Boyd _?____.___ n.n of beg. thence B 14 deg.
Into benefit you. Farm equipment export Lot of Bik I3 L A S 41 ft. thence S 14 degrees
a mountaIn
"And he goeth up ::: __ 1.18 W 850 ft. thence
Co's. Addition II 8 U Ray N.w.om _____-
-- I
[ and calleth unto him whom business growing. Lots of 19 L T. W 14 degrees 8) 83 ft.

I be would and he ordained twelve." BAPTIST &, C'o''A:: Ir.. -------2$ 8 II. Nat Williams _____ .3.18 thence ft. thence N 14 B degrees 14 degree B 860 8
Lots 4587of Blk. 111 1..
One writer gives a description Retail dry goods sales registereda T. A. Co'.. Addition ___ II 7T. 8a Co. ____?___ ..'18 41 ft. to beg. In Stark.S8 ( II-C. D. Hayes _.?___._._ ".45
I Apostles from which we school at 10 A. J. decline of 22.6 per cent In 1932. Lots 8 a of Blk. a L 11,8 Beg. at NW Cor. of RWH
the a. m.
of all Sunday A, Jo' Addition :_--_:::18 8 U F C. Semmes __________ lUll of SWH run I] 484 ft.
I condense the following: Thomas supt. Get up early Sun- Lots e "A of Hlk. 27 L ACo's. R 418 ft. W 484 ft. N 418

And Simon he surnamed Peter. days and be in the Bible School a LAUTEY CIIURCIIIJUu"\Jl.vaY Addition I .: ::_ 18 1 U S..r. Coleman _________ 10.n ft. to beg. -_ _- ------: -38 ( 33 W. If. Monden _______ 31.35
10 12 18 14 of 131k.I 3>i acres In NWVi of BWH
I There are four lists of apostles. little before time. LoU L, T."A Co's. Addltlon28 8 U J. W. Andrew. ____ ..'78 8 of Mad'son' Ht. known

I heads all four lists. He' wasa at 11 and 7:30p. First Church 11 of luk. 28L. us J. n. Alvnre residence
Peter Worship a. m. Baptist
L018Jo'.? Addltlon I 28 8 II Ray New.om _______ lI.n Iillt. ex. lint In y !
rough fisherman, impetuous and m. NW Cor. sold to J. L.
Hev. L. F. Chapln pastor. Lo 3 80 L. T.
j wayward but a man of stanch B. Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p. m. Preaching services first and Co's. 1dA1W'n; :._A28_ 8 13 Chu. C, Armstrong ____ U8 Peek .. ______________88 ( S3 J. W. Andrew, Jr. __ (!.(( ||*J
Lots 13 I' 13 14 of nlk. Com. at R13 Cor of liny A
I loyalty and the leader of the The young people are keeping up third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 31 L. T. & Co's. Addi Madison SI' *. A. run H 134 '

I Twelve because he was always their interest in the work of the m. tins --28 8 II Ubknown __________ 11.08 ft. E80ft.N132ft.to
84 of llIk. 6 L.T.. &Co's. Madison St. thence W on
{ready to take the lead. He is a Unions In a fine way. Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- Addition --------------2$ 8 .a Unknown ________ 1.18 until St.' 64 ft to beg. In
I type of the average man, and we On Wednesday, Feb. 8th at 7:30p. : wood W% of 8 L. T. CO'II. NW Cor. of J. O. Alvare
I that if he could be a disciple supt. Sub Division ___-_______28 8 .1 Ross Cox __________ 8.18 residence Blk. ._..--33 ( 83 --> J. H. A. Eva Lord ___._ 37.38
feel We hold annual business
m. our Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- Lot 2of111k.11 L.T. Lots 6(7 bounded N by

I the thing Is not impossible for meeting and church social. nesday.B. Co'. Sub Division -___ $ 8 II James Byrd _______ 8.18 Call Bt. and EI by CourtSt. n '
Lot 5ofBlk.11 LT. In ,28 6 82 -.1. W. Andrew, Jr. ___tll." +
I any of us. Officers for the year will be elected Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. Co'.. Sub Division ___18 8 .1 Basis Short _________ 8.18 One lot fnoo : t.eey1\dd; i
And Jesus the son of Zebedee was and all needed business attended Lots & 8 of BIk. 14 L hounded B by W. B. Mid. I
fisherman of Capernaum. to. Miss Harriet &, Jo' Sub Division. __:.98: 8 U L. T. Co. _________ 1.18 dleton N by J. W. Andrews -
Raymond returned -
Jr. W by Mitchell 1
Grace M. E. Church Lot. 12 of Bile 15 A E as
I James was the first of the apostles missionary will give an ad- ft. of lots a 4 of Fnk. 16a A S by Madison St. __._S3 8 SS -.r. W. Andrew ______ n."
Christians Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. Lots 12A529ft.of. Com. at 8W Cor. of Call A
and the second of the dress. We are looking for a '
Sts, A W
Broadway run .
lot. a 4 of Bik 18 L. T.A .
1 put to death as a martyr. Per. large attendance. Come and bringall Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays Co'.. Sub Dlvl.lonII 8 II Annie Mack Coleman 111.18 on Call Rt.' 94 ft. R 105

haps James had more to leave than your friends. Everyone at all at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Elk 19 L. '1'. .. Co'.. SubDivision ft. B----------------1 84 ft. N 106 ft.: to $ ( II141'8.. Annie Hemingway .. 11."
Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : ---- ----28 8 12 L. T. a. Co. ______ ..T8 beg. I
Jmoat-a happier home an easier interested in the future of our Blk. as U I. T.,&.Co'.. SlibDlv.lon Com. IUI H ft. B of SB' Cor.

I post a father of Influence, and amother's church and all members of the m. $ 8 II Unknown ______ '.'18 of Call A Orange Bts., A i i1ru06
I love. Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. Lot 2of 131k1I.T&Co's.Sub nSft 105 ft.Call J 1,4ft.N\ I. vP
congregation are cordially Invited. to
Division 88 8 .2 Fannie ______ 10.18
--------- Lloyd
And John the brother of James. Mary Moore supt. Lots 1 I or Elel Bik. t.2L W on said St. to beg. .33 ( S3 J..1. A Effle John ____ 11." q

list of twelve Included three PRESBYTERIAN League, 6:30 p. m. Sunday. T. Co'.. Sub Dlvlelonll 8 II L1111. Sanden _______ 8.11 One lot bounded B by Bay t
| Lot 8 of BIk. 821..T. St. N by I A. I* n'
liets'of brothers. John outlived all Co'. Sub Division ..--__23 8 II Walter Cummine. ___ I.n Alvare V by.IWfM. Edward t
It at the Services Sunday. February 5 as Fraternal Lot 4ofBIk.32LT. A R by Call Bt. In
be other apostles dying age Co'.. Sub Division -___28 8 81 --Charley Thomas ______ 10.18 NWH of 8WH ---------88 8 SSSS Mr*. B. M. Wall ---- 948
Jof nearly one hundred. He calla follows: Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A Lots 1 I 01' Eli of Dlk. 23io S 80 ft. of lots 8 4 of Blk.

himself! "the disciple whom James 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. S. M., meets at city hall building 1st T. Co'.. Sub Dlvl.- 1 In J. D. Jones AlII!. --.28 8 -.1. B.! Corpenlng ______ 10.7 :. i iBit. I
Ion ------------------2$ 8 II Sam 1'1.on ______.__ 11.08 ..a Interest In lots 1 4 of t I /
loved." John's Gospel is the best-! Williams, acting supt. and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. S 80 ft of Lot 4 of Blk. ISL. 3 In J. D. Jones Addition "x I" ,
11 T. .. Co'.. Sub Dlvl.- 28 8 S3 Turner Mott A Oarrl 13.08H. .. .
Ilov-d book in the world. His Epls-, a. m. Morning worship ser- T. T. Blackburn, W. M. ------------ '
Ion ----------------9$ 8 II rda Simmons ______ 7.08 Lot 2 8 of Blk. 3 la J. D.
ties teach the Christian doctrineof mon by the pastor. O. J. Phillips Secy. Lots 1 I 01' Eli o. 34L Jones Add --------28 8 21 C. Bitch ---------_- 10.71One i.1\\
love. His Revalatlon has been 3:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor T, A Co'.. Sub Dlvl.- lot of land 114 ft. N ;
( Ion 8 III Sam 1'1.on ________ 4.011 A by 210 ft B A W I
--------------- I
[he only prophetic book In the New : rally of the University District. TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH W'uD Rlk. as L. T. A Co'.. nu'.d: B by Sanderson f '

Testament. He was exiled on the : Delegations will be here from Division --------18 8 II R. 2f. EUenon ________ 111.111 Lane A 8 by Iloyt Ht.__25 I S3 Mary Jan Green -- 11.1' ,
of 111k. 88 L T. .. Co'.. ft. N
Sit One lot of
lisle of Patmos. I Gainesville. Lake City, Jasper and Services will be held Saturday Sub Division __ ____28 8 II Susie Chandler ______ I.n A 8 by 1n11.8ftJ\ A W 1
And Andrew was the brother of! other places. A lively meeting is before the third Sunday of each Dlka 87 18 L. T4.ItCO'aSub bounded N by Pratt A 34.38 1
anticipated. month. Division II 8 II A. O. Jenklns ___ 1O.n B by Sanderson Lane. _.23 ( SS -.1. W. Harrell ____-___
Simon Peter..- Hewas a quiet'man.JAndrew 81k. 811 L. T. & Co'.. Sub '"
One lot of land. com. at
finder theTwelve. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. D. L. Phillips Pastor. Divlslon es a. 2a Y. .,. P Il ,,, ...
the owe
was among Bik. 40 L.Ti.: ------- .v..y NB Cor. of Broadway A f: ,
Wi4 of Hoyt Bts. A run N on ;-
He found Peter and NOTICE Sub Division _____28 8 S3 L. T A Co. _________ ..'111 Broadway Ht. 106 ft. B167H .. '
{brought him to Jesus. He found Notice I. hereby given that the following land will be old Lot l4ofBIk,41LT. A ft. H 105 ft to Hoyt ---- ,.- ,I''

Ithe lad with the luncheon that fed at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1933, at being Co'.. Sub Division -._-18 6 23 Ja. B. Franklin ____.. '.'//11 St. W IU% ft to b"C.88 ( S3 -.1. F. Colby ______.. 11.((
the 6th day of said month, before the courthouse door at Stark In Brad- Lot. 1 2 of Blk. 42 L. T. A One lot fronting on Broadway -
I the five thousand. And he brought ford County. Stat. of Florida or ao much thereof as will be necessary to Co's. Sub Division25 8 S3 John William _..... '.'18 St. bounded N by old
(the Greeks to Jesus In the temple. pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the name, together with, the Blk. 44 L. T. A Co', SubDivision County jail S by land of
cost of such sale and advertisingCARL JOHNS Tax Collector. ________...28 (23 A. O. Jenkins ?.____ .75 M. L. John A known a* f
And Philip. He calculated how Lot. 1 4 of Blk. 46 and Lot Kachelhofer place -- 28 4 22 Unknown _______ II.(S

(much money would be needed to D............ a.... T. n. A. Owa ir A.T.Costs... 88 Sub of Division Blk. 46LTACo'- --.-.28 ( S3 Sarah Scott ____.._ 11.05 Lotelte46l7891011 11 of Blk. 1 Dowllng ,

(feed those five thousand. He In- Com. 100 ft. W of NE Cor. Lot 1 A. 8V. of Lot 2 of Rub Division to Btarke In
terrupted Christ's wonderful exposition of WH of NWH of 8EH Blk. 47 L. T. A Co's. Bub NWH of SWH .* SWH\ of
of NEH run S 145 ft. Division _-._ 28 ( S3 Fannie McCall __ ____ 7.05 ( It ( S3 L. V. Dowllng ________ 36.41 ,
I in John 14 by the querulous W 100 ft. N 845 ft. E 100 NMi of lot S of c-i L. T. Lots I38i6I7I91011 t

request to be shown the Father. ft to beg. _____________28 6 23 Essie, Short _______ 8.85 Co's. Rub' Dlvl.lon11 ( S3 J. R. William ?______ 3.75 12 of Tllk. 8 Dowllnir SubDivision
All NWH of 8EH South of Lot a of Blk. 48 L.. T. A to Rtarkn In
He said to Nathaneal, "Come Call St. _____________28 (23 n. D. Card ________ 10.711 Co's. Sub Division _-_-- 28 ( S3 Joe Grant _____ 1.66S3 NW'4' of SWH awl of
I to Jesus." and Nathaneal came. One acre In NW Cor. of Lots 8 9 of Blk. 8 Davis A;; NWV4 __ 28 6 33 L. V. Dowllng .?____. 16 II
SWH of 8EH _________28 I 23 O. L. Haynes ._______ .0.711 Truby's Addition to Lot 1 of"nik" 1 City Park i
And Bartholomew. His name Half acre bounded SAB: StarkNB Cor. of SBH I Rub Division! WeatherlyA !
I means, "the son of Tolsal," and by Pine Bt. W by N. of NWH W of Ry. ____38 ( J. M. Truby ________ 18.811'Lot. Carmen's Addition to \:
Bternberg A N by Mrs. 12345675&fral. Starke In BWV4! nf '11-18' 4 S3 J. W, Andrew _____ 3.38 ; '
Ihe was probably the Nathanealwho B. S. Fernandes --__----28 (33 R. S Fernandas ______ (.25 Lot on W side of Blk. Bex. Lots 3 8 8 of Blk. 1 City '
was brought to Christ by Phil- Com. at SB Cor. of SWH 88ft. of lot T 8 N. Park 81s Division I I I .
of SWH A: run W 796 ft. J. Jones Addition to .. Weatherly A Carmen's ,,
ip. He bad asked. "Can any good N SIS ft. NE) 608 ft. IB Rtarke In BBH of NWH\ Addition to Stark! In 0\

[thing come out of Nazareth?" 209 ft. thence E 174 ft. Lo1"; of Walnut St. 28 8 22 Bradford County Bank. 41.16 BWH\ of BEH _________38 4 S3 Unknown ____ 1." I
S 902 ft. to beg. also certain 8 9 11 13 ... N'10 ft. Lot 3 of 111k. a City' Park
Vnd he waa hailed by Christ as lands H of Mrs. of lots 9 13 of Blk. G Sub Division WeatharlyA
['an Israelite Indeed in whom isno Sparkman W of Ry. In N. J. Jones Addition to A Carmen' Addition to I
SEH of BWH ____-_____28 ( 23 10 Mrs. E. F. Johns ____ 82.85 Rtarke In SBH of .NWH\ ".. In BWV of 8HH--38 4 S3 11.! W. flller ________ .... .
guile. ,"Thou shalt see greater Lots 6 7 8 of Blk.1 Original W of Walnut Bt. 'i-i-___28 ( S3 Unknown _____._ 11.88 Lots 8 9 of nik 8 city Park 4
things than these" said the Savour Town of Starke InNEV4 Lots 1 S 8 4 5 6 of Blk. D Sub Division Weatherly ,
did. He of 8WH --------98 ( S3 R. A. Dew ______ 25.05 N. J. Jones Addition to A Carmen's Addition to i
; and verily Nathaneal Lots 2 S 4 6 of Blk 4 OrlgInnl Btarke In 8BH of NW1,4W Btarke In BM of SEH of38 ( 33 Mrs. ID. K. Perryman __ 4.61SWH'of l
lone of the Twelve. is recorded as Town of Stark. In. of Walnut St. _____ Lot 1 of Blk. 4 City Park ,"
In coming to Jesus. NEH! of 8WH ---------28NH ( S3 T. A. Brlnson ______ 1.05 By. ________--28 ( S3 J. M. Alvare _________ Sl.(5 Rub Division Weatherly '
|iesitatlng o? Blk. 5M Original Lot 8 A N E ft. of lots 4' A. Car.Addition to '
And Matthew. This was Levi, Town of Stark In NE% 6 6 of Blk E N. J. Jones Btarke In SW% of sm\4.\ .18 6 33 70. SI.trunk -- -- .... ,

Ibe publican of Capernaum whose of SWH w___________28 ( 23 H. A. Blsbop __--. 12.05 Addition to Stark" In Lot 1384 nf nik A i
Lots 1 3 of Blk. 18 Original SEH of NWH W of Walnut Addition toRtark
eady response to Christ's gum Town of Starke In NBH\ St. ._-.____.____2S ( 33 J. M. Alvar.s _..___ 17.(5. : Stump's* In BM of BBH of
one and whose sacrificial of SWH __-.-28 ( 33 F. F. Stump _____ 2(05 Lot 6 of Blk. 1 Highway I NEI 10 8 22 JJ'. JJ' Stump ________ 1.1'
Com. 10 ft. 8 of NE] Cor. Addition Stark. _____28 ( S3 Bradford County Bank. (0.78 Lot 1 t'i id"TVof'Sik"It
bandonment of his profitable business of Blk. 17 A run W 60 ft. Lot 1 of Bo 1 Temple's Rtump's Addition to i
we have already studied from 816 ft. B 60 ft. N 25 ft. Addition to Stark In Rtark In awl of HE4NE'4 \ -. '
to beg. Original Town of NEIL of NWH and WM __ __ _______ ?? ( 22 F. F. Stump ______ 1.1' I
ark 2:13: 14. Note his humility Starke In NEH\ of 8WH-2S (23 H. A. Bishop _______ 12.(5 of NE'!. W of Ry. ______28 ( S3 Bradford County Bank. (1.35 Lotslat46675oflilk.- y
In calling himself Matthew "the Com. at NW Cor. of Call WM of lot a of Blk. 1-Tem C Stump's Addition to
Walnut Sts. A run W on p].'. Addition to Starke Htarke In 8M of BBH of '
." Call St. 149 ft. S In. to a In NBH of NWH and WM 10, ( 22 F. Jr Stump ____- '.81
And Thomas. Ills name was pt. of beg thence N 106 of NE' W of Hy. ______28 ( S3 F. Q. Hemingway A. LoItsBi/3 845- f'f'ft'Wil
ebrew and'hla Greek ft. W it ft. S 106 ft. B Lot a of Blk. 2 Temple's P. S. McMillan .?__ 31.86 13 II 14 16 16 of Hlk. D
for "twin, 18 ft. to beg. Originaltown Addition to Btarke In NKH Stump's Add to Rtark
ame Didymus had the same mean- of Starke in NE% of NW'4 and WM of NBH\ In 8M of SEH of NEH__ .29 ( 22 F. F. Stump -------- .... r
of SWH ________28 ( II-D. B. Knight __ 23.40 W of Ry. __ _______28 ( S3 Mr*. Cella Carter ___ 13.35 Block 14 In Oasklns'Addition I '
Ing. We speak of "Doubting E 411i ft. of Lot. 1 2 ofBlk Lot. 1 a 4 5 4 7 of Blk. __ 1t 8 22 L. A. Darlr. Jr _......_ 11.11av.
omaa" because of his doubt of 18 .x. 20 ft. by 41* 4 Temple' Addition to acres In NW Cor.'nfv
be Lord's ressurectlon. but we ft. on South side sold to to Starke In NBH of of SBH being 814
F. C. llolllngsworth .._ NWH and WM of NE'/i' ft.rN A S by 390 ft B A
>ight better call him. "Courageous Original Town of StarkeIn W of Rye _______-_-28 ( 33 U. A. Shaver Co. ___ 61.45 W-----____ 39 ( 33S3 L. A. Davis' Jr. ____121J6
of BWH U 6 22 J. VT. Andrew .1(1.15 4 7 of Blk. 7 Tempi'. NE18 w
NEW Lots
homas" for when Christ was BEH: ef 0'10 .'
One Lot Com. 481i ft W of Addition to Starke In ditch ___________- L. A. Davis, Jr. ____ 11
bout to set out for Judaea. Thom- NEJ Cor. of Blk. 18 run NEH of NWH and WM of 1 3-' acres bounded Pi by f
fa spoke up bravely "Let us also W nn Call St. 87 ft. 8 in. NEVi W of Ry. ----- -;11 ( 33 E. W. Hayes ____ teas Myrtle St. 8 by Madison
S105ft.E87ft.3In.NIon 9 .... strip aidesof St. W by la id of L. A.
ro, that we may die with him. ft. to beg. Original A110IIft 8 In. off N Jr., A N by half
obn 11716.: Town of Starke In NEK\ lot4Aex.alllots 647 Iil.n -u ( S3 L. A. Davis Jr. ______ .... I
of 8W4! __________28 8 22 J. U. Alvares row...... 70.10 '. Addition to Co"m'altnRW? Cor"of"Madison -
And James the son of Alphaeus.Is Lot 5 ex. lot 86 ft. N A B by Stare In NEH of NWH A Myrtle Bts. A run
is "James the Less" or the 50ft52&W In NE Cer. and WM of NBH! W ofLorf'l 8 310 ft. W110ftN210
of same A Lot 7 ell:. 50 _____________18 ( S3 8. R. John ______ SS8 ft. to Madison' Rt thence
[Little, possibly with reference to ft. A part of lot 6 8 of 2 a 4 5 4 7 18 14 of said Ht. 310 to
I. stature. His mother a Mary Blk. 18 Original Town of Blk. 11 Temple's Additionto f:1e.n: l In Claskln' lJI.; __39 ( S3 D. C. A. C. 8. Holtitndorf .....
Starke In NEH of 8WH-28 ( 23 H. V. Knight ___ 84.85 Starke In NBH of Com. 210 ft. B of SW Cor. B
as one of the women who follow- Com. 29 ft. 8 of NB Cor. NW% and WM of NEH\ of Madison .A Myrtle Sts.
I'l'< Jesus and as Matthew's father o< solri. of Blk. 18 A run W or Ry. __-_-._----2$ ( S3 M. R. Llddon __ U.II A run R on Myrtle St.
W 8 85 ft. B 60 ft. Lots 11 12 of Blk. 11 Tem 210 ft. W S10 ft. N 310 ft.
&8 named Alphaeus the two may I N 25 ft. to b.... Original pies Add. to Stark InNPJ'4 JI1 110 ft to beg. In flask.
ave been brothers. But about Town of Starke In NE' of NWY and WM of ins Add. ._ U ( S3. B C. A. C. S. Iloltien.orf .... ,
Us James himself told I of 8V7H L -__-28 ( 22 H. A. Bishop ....... 41(5 NEH W of Ry. ________S3 ( S3 Hr. P. E. Bailey ____ 7.36pieeAddittniktoiik4 Com. .10 ft.*W of 8W Cot
we are Residence' lot on W side ofRlk of Madison A Myrtle eta ?
}othing except that he waa one of 18 bounded N by Call A. run W 210 ft. to West
St.' B by Starke House A in NEH of NWH and Wli. moreland Rt. thence 8 on
e Twelve. W. II. Rivers, S by Madison of NEH W of Ry. __-- ( 33 T. .1. Alderman __ 17.811 said Rt. 420 ft. N 420 ft.
And Thaddaeus. In Luke 5:16: St. A W by Court St. Lot 8 of Blk. 14 Tsmple to beg A designated on -
lad Acts ex. lots In NW Cor. soldJ. Add. to Starke In NBH map of Qaskln's Add. a.
1:13 "Judas the son (or R. Davis A Son A of NWH and WM ofNEH A Blk" ____29 22 B. C. A. C. S. Iloltsendorf 10.64
rother) of James" takes the placef Richard A ... lot sold W of Ry' _______-.28 ( S3 I. O. Pr..att ____ 11.$ 1',4"Caere: In 8W f' of
| Thaddaeus and Is evidently theme Clara I* Peek Original Lot 89- 10 11 12 of Blk. 23 TlEH of SE'4 of NEH ___29 8 22 L. A. Davis Jr. __ (.'1'I
Town of Starke In NEH\ Temple's Addition to acre In NE'4 of SBH
person. Some think that his of lW8of aT"6rg-18 ( 22 Unknown .103.45 Starke In NBH of NWH bounded B by Dowllng's
Lots BTk and WM of NEH\ W of R Bt. W St. A
ther the brother of Add. by by
was James Inal Town of Stark. In Ry. -.-__--_-____'* ( S3 C. L. Peek _u...... .n. N by Oaskln's: Add. _____29 4 23 -.1. 0. Boyd ______ .Si
|ur Lord who became the head NEH of 8W4 ------11 ( 22 Oeo. C. Kruse 11.01 Lot. 13" 1of Blk. 33 Tem ( acres In RW Cor. of SKH
the Jerusalem church and wrote Lot 7 of Blk. 28 OriginalTown ple's Addition to StarkeIn of SBH A W 3 A of SEH.of
of Starke In NEtt\ NE'4 of NWH and SEH! z* ( 22 Mr*. V. TorruelU 41.08
lie Epistle of James. He Is call- of 8W% -_ .._____28 ( 22 P. 8. McMillan __ 31.05 W% of NEH W of Ry__S3)) ( S3 Lola Peek Ferryman T.8S One lot of land 24o yard.
M Lebbaeus which means theme Blk. 89 a. extended on En- Lot :3 of Blk. 34 Temple' N .A 8 by 120 yards B A
sey Map ex. 8 100 ft. Ax. Addition to Stark In W In SB Cor. of 8BH\ of
as Thaddaeus. The only ref a strip of land 80 ft. NEH of NWH and WM BEH .- ------23 ( S3 T. J. Alderman .... '.11
ence to him in the gospels is his on Madison St. by 271 ft. of NEH,. W of Ry. ___33 ( 33 W. R. Crosby ., .. .. ,... 7.3S Com. at SE Cor. of BEH
on Walnut St. sold to L. Lot 11 13 of Blk. 34 Tern- of SBH and run W 375 ft.
eaten In John 14:22.: A. Davis Original Townof pie'. Addition to Stark to W line of E. W. Drip
And Simon the Cananaean. "In Stark. In NEi4 of In NBH of NWU and WM ger's land thence N on a
afffu 9fWtt ( II:1.: W. Andrews ____ of NBH W of Ry. ___28 1 S3SS :J. Thomas aid land 343 ft.
reek ----jisus JI-IT CT." A. ., ...... T.S5 to a pt.
Zealots (Luke 6:13: : ; Acts of 131k 10 as extended Lot. 1 33 of Bike 37 Tem of beg. thence N 478 ft.
13). The'word does'not signify on Bnsey Map .. 8 loa pl.'. Addition to Stark W 840 ft. S 478 ft, B 860
I ft. Original Town of In NBH of WM ft. to the pt. of beg.-4
native of Canaan but a word by Starke In NEW> of SWl4_$$ ( 33 lira B. f. Johns 4H5 of NBH W oW ysAd _38 S Mrs. Front: demon t.15 A In RBU Of SEH! ____II 4 S3S3 Mr*. Rachel UoArthur 1'1."
Lich the Jewish sect of the Zea- EH of Blk. 10 as extended _ Lot 4 T 1 7 11 of Blk. 37 NH of SWH\ of 8Eof
ts on Eneey! Map ex. 8 lOa Temple' Addition to NIH N of ditch 3M
| was designated. The Zealots ft. Original Town of _-, _....._ __ u __ Btarke In NBH of fWl4 acre ..............29 ( I_ A. Davis, Jr. 7.44


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-- .-T ------.---- --- ---- -- BELIEVERSThere Selfish interests and
'- -
-- In sectional
-- -- of others
at the
cation expense
: BERRY INSPECTION community :This fact has been Ism have been allowed to oer"shadow

: Bradford County Telegraph I You've the known, doubtless to school officials, is no unbelief; the,sacred doctrine of the

During the past few weeks, Maybe for And now that more than Whoever plants ,a 'Beod: beneaththe greatest good to the greatest num.

'? Established 1877 government Inspection has several half years of the owners of real estate sod, her. We assume thq attitude that

a times been mentioned by those interested Heard It But have gone on a strike the result And waits to see it push away the we don't care what the Leglmaur
Second Class In the welfare of this section does Just as long as It
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Is that sales taxes will be absolutely clod doesn do
} where the strawberry repre- He trusts In God. It to us. If each legislate
Matter at the Post. Office at Starke, Florida necessary, at least In some goe.
our leading: industry Tallahassee with the
not to
enta only
t OH YEAH I form. What will it bet As such Interest
but also practically our only Whoever says, when clouds are In of the State as a WHOLE his doau

E. L. Matthews____________________Editor and Owner. money crop.Government. Come ont.t's! ; go to the movies! things are, we usually may not handled know by much politicians the sky, Inant thought, it will do much to

Inspection was be- Let's fix up our face for a smile,- about it until it is already a fact Be patient, heart, light breakethby Insure sane, constructive, helpful
RATE at Plant City this week and and action that will far
SUBSCRIPTION gun Let's banish our fretfulness placed upon'' the backs of the people by go toward
r. here Is what the Courier has to say Trusts the Most High. meeting and solving our
Advance it
In forgetfulness "dlscurs trying
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable Welcome and then they can
on the subject: awhile I problems. And remember
worries SEU
Leave all our ater." The federal tax that is
Advertising Rates on Application Announcement was made strawberries last- Let's choose a good seat for the being-discussed will likely, If pass- Whoever sees 'neath winter's field FISH legislation cannot be blamed

week that Inspection of evening1 ed, at first exempt "food and of snow, alone on your Senator or Repre
would be made at packing scene,- The silent harvest of the future sentative. His actions are
in Tallahassee. And follow each unfolding Wonder how largelya
1 moving day cheaper clothing.
was the
of the buyers
beds of most reflection of the desires
Monday Severe melodrama,- long that system will last before It grow, of his
o local berry yard commencing God's power must know., constituents. '
Demure panorama- cover thing? BrooksvilleSun.
The reason, It was declared,
A good bit of spring house-cleaning was done also. been With merriment coming between. o
have many
Is because there
-Highlands American The heart that looks on when the
the ---0A ---

; The old silver ghost of sixteen o to one is rattling chains north complaints berries regarding from to be poor retailers found packs In In and the Aw nuts!!-We-went to the movies! NEW ELECTRICAL DEVISEA And dares eyelids to close live ,his life In spiteof Lq 1

T" again. poor bottom of the packs. A biblical feature was there,- Canadian youth has perfectedan woes, J
comfort knows
We couldn't guffaw upon invention that revolutionize ettJJo.
/ 'L' 0- Plant City has long been known may e
point of quality Seeing lions chaw upon our present lighting system. In .
the shipping
We cannot understand why the Japanese are so interested aa strawberries, perhaps the most Nice Christian gals with long hair! a recent demonstration he proved There is no unbelief;

Manchuria. It gets too cold there. outstanding shining point for those We chose a good seat for the evening that it Is possible to have electric And day by day, and night, unconsciously Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 26, 1933.

of berries In the state with ,- light without the Intervention of
o kind the last scene- The heart lives by the faith the Editor Telegraph,
to other shipping But left it before wires. In this demonstration he

3 According to an exchange, mothers now tell their daughters all points.due respect During the last couple of Perverted sadism flooded a darkened room with light lips deny; Starke, Florida.

And wlerl1. ystl lsm- that was generated a mile and a God knoweth why. Dear Sir:
in haste and repeat at and to some extent more,
to years
Please renew
marry coming between -Anonymous: my subscription tr
tendency With goose, pimples hall away with which there was
been growing
there has a
o the Telegraph. I had thought I
-ooo -
other no wire connection. The light came
for strawberry growers discontinue it but
This "buy American" talk seems to be based on the false sections to bring their berries here TS Into the room through a device would have been from, Starke althoughI for
within iteslf. to the fact GLEAM OF LIGHT similar to a radio receiving set.
exist completely for marketing owing I
nation Late
premise that a can! more than twenty years, the week.
The transmission was on a similar
market ordinarily
o that the local : If y/u' are disappointed because j ly visit in the Telegraph is a welcome
principle In which air waves were
through the season offers the most folded its tent and silently I. that I find I
technocracy experience do
"Hotel Men Call on Governor. Most attractive market for fruit In this itllized. And one wonders how &
I Headline says, stole 'away before stacking !I 0 Classify not want to
do long it will be until poles and wires miss.Your
other. section of the state. ,While we -
everyone is calling on the Governor for something or I any wood in the back yard, don't are removed from the streets and truly,
blame -
not wish nor lay give up hope! You can now be- By RUSSELL KAY A. F. Phillips,
0 for poor packs upon those who I come an ardent follower of alco- our' light will be received through SeenCAr)'.Florid. Prt. Auooanw 412 Williams StreetTallahassee

What this country needs is "a modified Mussolini" says bring berries in town from the outside nocracy:'. The purpose of the new a radio combination in our homes Fla,
there Is the possibility that I and business places. The air seemsto And back to the subject
about modifying a Mussolini Is "to stabllze and refine
senator. Just how does one go theory
: one been be full of wonders.-Vero Beach
have in some degree of Florida while
they \ of the num- Advertising
our present knowledge Starke, Fla., Feb. 1, 1933
\ ? more or less responsible for the most of us haven't been doln' any-
t ; I', ber of jets in alcoholic ,beverages"A Editor Telegraph,
1" o- complaints. Not because l! they have Jit according to those who -0- thing but stand around on the Dear Sir:

o Now is the time for the old woman in the shoe to comet not wanted to put up a fair pack claim to knqw, ;\U a,unit of alcoholic OWING MONEY street corner and talk about it, "No wonder that Governor Tal-
; but because in many instances they Jack Guthrie of the Florida Orange
23: ,
stUnulaUpa, there being ,* madge is opposed to loans to the
back and give a few lessons in running an economical house- are not as familiar with the berry 000 Jits in one;ordinary pint of rye Besides the diminution of re- Festival at Winter Haven steps farmers. If we were all governorswe
and the packing of berriee elpU: one of the,most trying problem -
Industry out all by himself and drags home -
j hold. whiskey. A hjoog Is 50,000 fits or would not need loans. He never
as are the growers of this see- of a depression is the task of the biggest hunk of bacon this
one alconocracy
{ p'D the eqtvalentof mentioned lending to railroad com-
tlon. IquidaUng debts .which were contracted State ever bad wished on it in the
hundred and thirteen
its readers to feed the But not alone are they responsible horsepower."But during the period of foolin' panies one
The Marianna Floridan is urging we witt, have a different pros form of out and out, no million dollars, but he did oppose

hungry at home before feeding tramps who call at the back for poor packs. There are kind of horse-power," the authorof perity.. Every: individual and busi- NATIONAL advertlsln'. bank loans. We' are'glad to know
farmers In this section who have I ness is faced with this difficulty.
the new theory explains. "Sup- that Senator Robinson of Ark-
door. been found guilty of Just that. We Some of them are paying up their I
pose you consume one bloog or On Wednesday January 25th, the ansas, the> founder of the bill, doe.
do not believe that growers obligations with a minimum of ill-
:7 o :50.000 Jits. You are then capableof story of Florida's citrus industrywas not have Mr. Talmadge for his
: r culls and bad while others
Intentionally put feeling are incurringthe
to live that can groc- going out and lifting one horse. broadcast through a National legal advisor.
One exchange says so you pass any fruit Into the for the purposeof animosity of their creditors by
The slogan of the movement will hookup on :56 stations to an audience The banks are the only friends
; :ery store. We can pass them all right, but do we dare go cheating the buyer and the man not stopping to consider the psy- this
be: "Harness the hiccup. estimated at forty millions. that we farmers have at time,
who buys the fruit on the other chology of owing money.
as they lend us all they possiblycan
end. Some bad packs are due to For Home reason it seems to be
-0 According to the Literary DI- fortunate and the law-makers should be
Ignorance of the demands of the the natural reaction for a debtorto Maybe you were
i i gest, an Illinois.paper gave the following doing everything in their powerto
1 The Delray Beach News makes the announcement that Industry, others to inability to secure account of a wedding: avoid his creditor, and In this enough to listen in broadcast on the direct help the bankers for the farmers .
Farm & Home Hour
hash is the connecting link between the vegetable and animal good packers'In the packing Inexplicable feelings of enrap- desire to stay away will often act from the Florida Orange Fes- and the banks are the backboneof
sheds. To Insure an abs lutey so as to place himself in an even "
tured love didn't see fit to eschew the country.
tival at Winter Haven and maybe
good pack more unpleasant position. A merchant -
to be much on the the matrimonial vow: any longer, you didn't, but ran here to state Yours truly,
o grower has very is owed a bill by one who is Nat Williams.
hence Arvel G.rMcDannell, twenty-
job all of the time. There are very unable to pay. Instead of the man that it was a ring-tailed WOW. .

), t They tell us now that moths are the least aggressive few of the more experienced growers three-year-oldcyoung, farmer, son continuing to trade with the mer- The program was under the per-
ca, all insects. Perhaps the little pests are only trying to hide in In this section who do not realIze of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDannell, chant and providing a cash business. sonal direction of Frank E. Mullen -I Over production of crude oil
.,_ declining sales of gasoline have resulted
st of Creal
'?: holes the necessity of putting up a residing Just Springsand .,which would make,the merchant arranged through the courtesyof I
they dig. to
+ those In of
reduction prices
Time baa schooled I Miss Ruby Turnage nineteen- the NBC and the U. S. Depart- gas
good pack. feel much better able to car-
l pi year-old charming and popular ment of Agriculture with the cooperation lowest level in many years In var.
business. It was not
them In this ry the burden of the delinquent
f of,, Mr. and Mrs. William of the West Coast Broad- ious parts of the country.
t i A new.store opened this week, another one next month, so many years ago that when daughter hied debtor, he will in many instances
of Creal Springs, WFLA of Clearwater -
Turnage casting Company,
quart cups came to market a ( over to some competitor to
,j ; and a tourist home put in operation. Sounds like business'eyelids relatively small volume, the buyer over to Marlon,,,Saturday, Decem- go make purchases. Nothing,, couldbe INSURE WITH

are fluttering. made It an almost universal pray ber 3, and were united into con- more injurious to an under- Gulf Life Insurance

o Ice unless he knew the grower nubity by Justice! of Peace, H. P. standing between the two. Frank Mullen, who is directorof

well and his fruit, to turn the quartof Frick. If you owe a business house an Agriculture for the NBC has Company

Husband Leaves in Midst of Wife's Bridge Party; Dis berries up-side-down and investigate obligation, don't take your cash staged some wonderful programs, N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

appears.-Headline. Just a fugitive from a chin gang, remarks what kind of fruit was c on, In other words,. they got married trade: to its competitor, for by do- but the Job he did at Winter Haven Local Representative

1 the Atlanta Journal. the bottom. Ing this you are hurting the firm was perfection itself. My. hat's off

But those days are gone as It three ways. You not only are not to him and to everyone identified :

0( were, when the volume of fruit Jacksonville, ad men recentlyput paying on your account, but you I with securing and staging that

Fifty thousand people disappear annually in this coun- runs up Into several hundred their beads together the and ten chose most are depriving your creditor of a wonderful Advertisement for Flor-

t thousand pints a day and the necessity what they considered Insult to In- ida.
deal and
cash adding
We that the number will be doubled since the didn't
lr try. predict of hurrying the fruit alongto beautiful words. We see Jury, you are helping his

arrival of the jig-saw puzzle craze. cars eliminates the possibility their selection. but It might have tor.( competl-I If you think a whole hour on a

of anything like a close Inspection j run something Uke this: Grand, is )
i --- M I The general tendency, national radio hookup up easy
,r ? of fruit with any degree of ac- 'collosal, magnificent, superb, astonishing aloof
debtor is to become even to get and don't mean anything,
4 Those who postponed getting their tags in the hope that curacy. The result has been that unique, thrilling glamorous disagreeable in any negotiations well you're crazy. The TIME aloneat

the time would be extended digging little deeper through ignorance and perhaps finest, and unequalled.
are now a ... toward a settlement. The adoptionof commercial rates would be 925-
carelessness more than through a this attitude is also harmful to 000) with toll charges and production -
; for the twenty-five cent penalty.
per desire to cheat anyone, some growers I The deceased, besides her parents an amicable agreement and will cost on top of that, so when Oldest Fire Enginein

I :1 \ 0 have been slipping through I Is survived by four sitters and as usually react unfavorably for I[ tell you this was a real advertise- America

A family has been discovered in Norway whose kinky fruit that would not stand up with Joyce, Frances,, Gloria. Ann the person who owes money. The ment I mean It and it's one of the

Y ; hair breaks off after reaching a length of two or three inches. the best As a net result buyers. Deris.-TimesUnion.There's always some of those best policy is always to remain Few that you haven't been asked' Suet te I..!!.. l> 198... .....*-'M
have decided to put on Inspection.No ; courteous and willing to pay to the to chip In on or take care of with ...hI......,. P1.. !. 1763rkw.e.dSw

{(1' That's a bad break for the local barbers. one should fear Inspection. It around the house. I best of one's ability. There Is a an increased tax millage, so don't fa ..... ..._.....,.

P Is government Inspection and MAN HABIT technique in owing money which forget that. r........, _..... ran Ik.. Cnl .,.>
should be fair and Impartial. It I OLE makes such a situation not so com- I t..M1. an-adwly IWM ta Ik. ON

State employes are driving 689 state-owned motor vehicles should too, not only protect the A town official, who drives an pletely unpleasant as it sometimes And it won't be long now until W.rM ... Ik. Nmw. N -"*-4 *.
local the wholesaler and retailer MMh .*..... Br. IIa.l .n .... .M-
which fact the Palatka Daily News helps to buyer
: says, explain auto, was seen to park in the same seems.-Sanford Herald. we assemble another Legislature .
also the iI.u.l..r.My.
In the north but
why so many taxpayers are walking. place every 'day for a long time. -0--- at Tallahassee, it will probably bea
grower of this section. Quality under a big shade tree UNHAND THAT ONION J as If .... ..U mclM ...M Ulk It r.IA.r.
This was pretty good Legislature Legislatures -
e o fruit is going to demand the best "' ..........1--for rus taHAROLD ,...ra.b.w
where hIs car was protected from go, but we don't want to .
Ed Wynn says that when choosing between an American prices. Fruit that Is passing the sun's rays'.'* During his absenceone The complaint made by the pa- lose sight of the fact that It Is af- e.J tar -

and plan hotel always take the latter because through U. S. Inspection should time thec tree was'cut down trons of a street car line near ter all simply made up of what we C. WALL
plan} a European with it an important selling
carry and taken away, _but on his returnhe Oklahoma City that the motormanwas might term run of the mill HUMAN INSURANCE
the don't have to that of the fact that It
in European plan you pay. feature, continued.to park in the same eating onions presents another BEINGS.

o has been ,inspected and not found place.. affront to an ancient and In earlier STARKE. FLORIDA

a"A United wanting. The growers who produce When.asked,one hot day, why he days a most respected vegetable.To After listening to some of the .... .
in the '
A statistician says, "If all the money No. 1 grade fruit will receive
always parke} car In that particular what ostracism must the on- sidewalk conversation it is appar-
States were divided you'd have only $45.34." ONLY $45.34? returns on a basis of No. 1 grade spot, he replied: ion be consigned If the complaint of ent that a lot of folks are goingto

C '; That sounds pretty good to a lot of people just now. fruit.low that Those grade whose will not pack receive falls the be- "I _always like to keep my car one's neighbor's Is sufficient to establish expect much more from the ATLASThe

out of tbe sunshine, so I park un such a diet as the unpar- Legislature than that body will be I
o consideration In as the
same der that big shade tree." donable offense? It were time able to accomplish. And maybeIt's

The groundhog didn't see his shadow Thursday, so those man who brings In the first grade. "But," said the other, "that tree someone arose to defend an article Just as well, for some of the
That Is all fair and just.
who believe in the old superstition say that winter is over. There Is no together reason why the grower has not been" there for more thana that takes the shape of both del- IDEAS rve listened to are as hair- Standard Oil

month. icacy and food. brained and ratty as one can Imag-
f i! The only thing that puzzles us is that there hasn't been any I should who receive has a poor the same pack price of fruit for Not until the town official took! The Egyptians: regarding all ine. TireGuaranteed,

winter. close observation did he realize things, living and dead, with unchallenged -
his berries the man who put
as upa
> o that he had parked in the open perspective, gave the Indications are that everybodyfrom One Year
r much better pack. Such has in
> space for weeks, thinking he was onion divine honors. Served. a the Ladles' Little Culture

b'' b Scientists tell us that due to refraction we see the sun a measure should been not true of late.eliminatethis Inspection under the shade tree.-Lisbon food by them, it also was reproduced Club to the Potato Peelers Local *+I..NNN4+<
t: before it has actually risen. 'Wonder if refraction has anything Inequality, but should U (Me.) Enterprise.Just In stone wherewith a dec- No. 9, expects to be in Tallahassee

; to do with seeing prosperity before it has come around handled properly and there Is no orate the architecture of the day.A with a pet scheme for solving all
of the
y t another'example thing of beauty the onion was our problems. Frigidairethe
reason to believe that it will not
the corner wide-awake city official, eh T to remain a Joy forever.
be. prove of material benefit to the
o II Certainly none of these complaining Interest in Government Is a
entire Industry here.
a street car riders ever sat splendid thing and the lack _of it
Our hat goes off to the Mexican Romeo who was found eTONSORIAL J- three year guar-
down before'a steaming bowl of for lo these many years on the partof

s', c ; supporting one wife and eighteen girl friends at a time when IIONORS 9 From Other: Pens, onion soup--richea of riches. Nor :Mr. Average Citizen Is largely anted electric refrigerator -

most of us are thinking up new answers for that wellknownwail can they have examined the delicious responsible for the situation we
We do hope that you are not qualities of a golden omelet find ourselves facing today, but
"I havn't thing to
a wear.
reading this paragraph at the
TilE SALES: ,;TAX IS COMING With a proper seasoning of onions. our salvation is not going to come
breakfast table because if you are How badly the palate of men have from the Ladies' Aid Society or

Pi I A ,man suing for divorce charges that his wife "fraud- It might spoil your whole day. Without a doubt! as much as been abused when such viands go the local Plumbers' Union, and if I, For sale

Came the news last week that editors and others unappreciated. lobbyists are permitted to clutter' by
i business
ulenty wooed" him by taking him to theatres to see "torrid men
free shaves and haircuts for senators Oklahoma yet learn. Let the balls of the and
have tried to ward, it off. we will may up Capitol
love scenes" and then
c producing license. Law
a marriage "* cost taxpayers 18,400 per year. soon be working under a general there be no delay, Governor Mur- worry our Legislators it will provea

1r1 r should be passed protecting .our young men. i I If this new' had come back In sales tax. Some years ago In a ray! The troops at one*. Turn the severe handicap. The one Smith's Service

o- I' 1927 when moat of us were being survey' !In ''this county It was revealed plows upon those oil fields and let element we'' are going to need In

Perhaps some of that surplus otton'will'be'' used after shaved once a day and having our to welfareworkers that them be sewn! (" -'with' onions.-Detroit Tallahassee above';everything else

19 hair trimmed weekly, it would not about 60 percent of patrons of the News at the coming session Is just plain

to all. It has been discovered that cotton bound down with an have been quite so annoying. But public schools... up to -the ninth I --Q -- old fashioned" .everyday HORSE. StationStarke

CO asphaltic'substance and given a top dressing of oiled gravel now, when the number of bearded grade, were non-taxpayers. This Raw steel output in 1932 was SENSE and here's one 'little guy

Increases the life of the road by making it thoroughly waterproof -' men Is Increasing dally, it will meant at that time that that por- 13.000.000 tons, lowest sine 1900. that's bopln' and prayln' that the Fla.<

80 more than likely make us slam portion of the pupils in this countyat Steel.mills operated on a averageof bulk of the men who assemble ,

t% lit; i ik doors for a week. least were receiving their edu- 19.41 per cent of capacity. there this ;year will have It. -4 i mPAGE

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