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 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01066
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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blished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 7 Payable in Advance hL.- E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner i


tarke Makes DebutIn Beck Wins Decision Congressman Visits-- Sick.,' ,Green Mother. ; -Seaboard Head Cold Weather Strikes; : ( ; ;,

Baseball Over Starke BoxerAt Jacksonville Talks '-With FeW: 4.Roosevelt- Mrs. W. Lays Down Law Loss to Present Crop ::: ; '

League I ,
; H. Green of Starke mother :1' ,
Gainesville ClubBoth Congressman R. A. Green Is ill In To Truck Owners

Riverside Hospital here, It became

known Friday.Congressman. Estimated 50 Per Cent "
Worst Need
Players Green Is in the .. ,\

Bradford County Boys- city, hurrying here from his dutiesIn Must Stop Loading From Railroad !

Fans Kopt on Edge Throughout Washington. He took the occasion Platform, Is Order Issued :

Ten Rounds yesterday: morning to chat Saturday California Will Have I t' ; ':

School Board Receives for a few minutes with President- Rains Helped Out t i'

ipeis Are Signed Funds From State ,. Tuesday night was a big night elect Roosevelt on the yacht Nour- The two arch enemies of the Last Laugh at Florida jl
for local fans when two of '
,- -' i fight mahal, assuring: him of the Floridadelegation' shipping world, railroads and -; I Plant City Report Freezingperatumt Tem'J;
Bradford County's claims to distinction California la having the last
n Opens AprU Meeting The Bradford County Board of support Mr. Green trucka, bad words here Saturday Also Berry \1/ 4 I I
By I in pugilistic circles, Vasco officials of the Seaboard Air laugh. One week ago we were /'
Called for Monday Night Public Instruction has received will be the dean 'Florida's mem- when Movement Light W
Forsyth 'of Starke, and Tom Beck, as we saw news pictures of
IL C. Wallfitarke 98.311.33 from the State this week bership in the House of Representatives Line Railway Company gave or- -
who used to call home be- California trees and homes
( minimumof in the next Congress.After I ders to truck owners to stop loadIng Old winter
to assist In financing a man wrapped ley
fore moving to Tampa, met In the a white blanket of snow, but It
its debut in.profeselonal ; Congressman berries from the railroad plat-
1 wiU make eight months schooL The money the brief. conference fingers around Bradford County's) ,
Gainesville Club Beck I a' different Thursday ,
City arena. was story
baseball his sea- said that he and form.
r bank
'Jacksonville night
sent to a strawberry crop Wednesday ,
mauled and out ten Strickland,
u a member of the Northeastirlda I to apply on a loan previously made slugged a Mr. Roosevelt talked, about the The railroad company had en- morning Clayton and, although no accurate estimate ,f,
round decision over Forsyth. who delivers the Times-Union 1
[ League, it was announced I by the board. proposal to Inflate/ the currency.Mr. listed local police to add emphasis of damage could be made up until .

j week. Checks sent to the sixty-aeven Apparently, both men decided in Green is the vice-chairman:: of to Its order, and early Saturday hither and yon over' the county during time for going to press' {It I* "
the opening round that the only the House coinage committee morning; when trucks began to : the wee sma hours returnedto J
that cent of
Buck) Weaver presidentthe counties In the State total $1,215.- thought fifty per
f. P. ( town with Icicles hanging from
circuit, was here'Tuesday 362.63 and represent I1.191.S10.74collected way to win would be by the knock- t arrive and load up for their journey: bloom and fruit now on plants 1st
his Bantam Austin. The little carpresented
out route-then the war began. to northern markets, they were
and at a meeting: held in the from the sale of 1933 automobile bearded destroyed era
;ht Although the long count was never told that days were over an incongruous .
rains Wednesday !",
ice of H. C. Wall, final arrangents tap $20,057.27 collected Gulf Gets Contract out of keeping Following heavy I
appearance quite
made for Starke to from the one mill ad valorem tax produced, fans were kept on edge I and from now on the platform morning, this part of the Stat "
were with its size and ,)
throughout the ten hectic rounds. would be used only for the convenience age. '
rticlpate In the league's affairs levied for schools and $3,794.62collected began to feel effects of a cold( ,

: Is summer. as Interest on the) Invest. The Tuesday night setto had Gasoline I of those Intending to ship by e wave moving in with relentless i ,,11 ,
H. C. Wall will be the man in ed common school fund. been ballyhooed by Gainesville For freight or: express cars. force from the Northwest. With It."

urge of the Starke ouflt and he sports writers as "a fight that There wall no blood shed and otter Routine MeetingOf darkness thermometers began sv :. p f'

il be assisted by E. K. perrymaa should make local fistic history," I a few protests the truck owners rapid decline, dropping about eight > I''

School and they made the following review Costs Two Cents Below> Station moved off and began making ar- degrees in a two and one-half hour t t'f '

me<.1 1 H.other S. Harvey.cities that will be rep.I Board(\ of the early encounters of Price--Insurance On Clerk's rangements to load their berries. CommissionLetter period before midnight. Several :' 'f

anted in the league this season the two Bradford County fighters; Office Reduced elsewhere." persons reported reading tempera i I tl j
W. C. Miller, who operates eleven '
I '
tures as low as twenty-eight degrees
11 be: Gainesville, Lake City, Pa- "Forsyth 'Pride of Bradford' -
MetThisWeek trucks out of here on a dally J i !
I ka, St. Augustine, and Jackson- and Beck, formerly .a resident of The contract for furnishing schedule, at once began work on a \ Rrrrivtxl. From Governor early Thursday morning. .' .

le. The Big Store team will car- Lawtey, met in Starke nearly three gasoline and oils for city trucks platform which was completedTuesday Shnlti Urging; Every Effort The heavy rain preceding the' ", .,1
freeze saved the in thta seesHon
''I Jacksonville's colors. years ago, and Forsyth won by a was awarded to the Gulf Refining on property belonging' to For Real Economy: day ', ''t''I
- The Northeastern season will be- Did Not Decide Whether to Furnish close margin Since that time. thapair Company at a meeting of the : back and kept the entire present: ;
urowviee Brothers OE tour -
9 and will conclude the Diploma for High ;.V have battles, City Council Tuesday,night The m crop from being lost. It Is thought
n April fought many warehouse. The platform Is 20xSO. of commissioners
The board county consld'I'
that there will not be
The secondif School GraduatesBoard contract i i. for .N period of six any
25. record of
st half June Forsyth holding a par-
and was ready for use loadingberries of Bradford; County, Flor- :)I
the bushes.
to "
erable j
damage berry ,1
29 and will end without Months and provides for a price ,
will start June ticipating in 119 fights While
Wednesday morning. met 6 1933, ,
ida Monday, February The volume of berries brought ::1
session at&tloD on
met In regular for two cent.'beloW' prices
ptember tO. having been knocked down a the platform was being completedhis with all,, members present as follows ;
" Feb. 8, 1933, with all members allowing one cent per gallon In Thursday morning was nominal ,
is went to gasoline
Lack of players a problem single! count, while Beck trucks were loaded out of
Hlnson, chairman
: O. W., ;
J. Federal At but what few there were were re"I :
J. T. Moore of tax.
toe namely: exemption
Y at will cause local managers present, Tampa over a year ago, joined the Brownlee's warehouse. Mallory Thomas, G. W. Andrews, .
ratch. their heads during the next H. Kelly and W. C. Manning: chair- stable of Jimmy Leto, and has present prices this make: gasoline Extensive use has been made of L. L. Conner and J. M. Rosier. ported selling at $400-$4.SO a 'j 'j

r weeks The club will have a active campaign in for the city cost 17c per gallon. crate. j
i waged an trucks In hauling berries from here The Bradford County Telegraphwas I
man.Minutes Since Thursday of last week 25,- '
read and approved. 011 will be furnished at per
such E. Beck anxious
[cleus of old standbys as South Florida rings. this season. Approximately fifteen, designated as the newspaperin I'
378 have left the local platform
Election of trustees called for in Forsyth gallon. Bids were I also received quarts .
Paul Moore, Speed return match with
Perryman, for a Including the fleet owned by Mr which the tax sale of 1933, shall '
1 8 and 16. E.!: H. Smith and J. L. Ander- by express, a considerable ,
vey, Johnnie Redgrave, Hallle districts Nos. 8.8, asked for a bout on the from Miller, are now In operation be- be published. In. \
the number
|nee, and T. D. Rickenbaker, but The board is unable to send commercial tsrms of,WIDner take all, but For- son.Minutes tween this point and northern and drop under shipped { ,
to. state contest as of the meeting follow in Mrs. Margaret Houser appeared the past few weeks. However, It.
will be necessary to bring In pupils syth. always willing to meet all markets. others
eastern Among .
before the board asking for aa adjustment Is estimated that between 400 and I
has been done heretofore.W. full:<
It will also aside his
materiaL comers waived proposition trucks on
me new who have recently put
of of taxes on property In 500 crates leave. here every dayby f' i
l M. Strlngf ellow made a proposition The city council of the City
necessary to make improve- i and told Beck to 'come on the road are II. C. Brown, Charles '
" ents at the baseball field, as ate to the board br put a public and get whipped again'." Starke, Florida met in regular session Overstreet and Clemons & Jarive.BIRTHS I. Hampton, ,which was erroneously/ truck, although no accurate f

a present time there are no ac address system in the Bradford) The Old Sport writing In the Feb. 7th, )938., with the following t assessed and not paid on since records are kept on this movement i.'i1'

mmodatlons'for seating specta- County High School auditorium to, Gainesville Evening News says,' member. preset!G. W. Al- 1924. Upon motion'and seconded: Eight express carfhave been

Improve acoustics for $251.00. the Beck: I derman, chairman P. Barefoot, the board decided to recommendan shipped from Lawtey during the

prg. furnishing the equipment; concerning O. L. Beaaley, T.-.N. Kendrick W. offer of the regular assessments, past week, containing 71,680
I H. C. wan Is asking that all cltlKDS company "Frankle Murphy, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Ben Melvin, Law-
costs and fees less all Interest quarts. This point also sends large'
to guarantee It for three M. Edwards.
Bradford County, who are agreeing sensation in Jacksonville
of creating a tey, girl, February 6. or to be due thereon. quantities of fruit by truck
last were
two of the meeting
months and Btrlngellow adding Minutes
hterested in seeing this county Tommy 'Kid' Beck credit -.
gave Mr. and Mrs W. E. Sutherland
Sam Nichols appeared before It Is said that prices continuedto
additional to the and approved.
guarantee.The read
('presented by a good team In the months for being his toughest opponent Sampson City, boy, February 8. t
board passed this matter over D. E. Knight asked for permit to the board asking for an IncreaseIn average $3.00 a crate throughout q
t ague, meet at his office Monday during his appearance here o e allowance for himself., the week. 1f
until future date. erect in rear of Starke pauper
a claimed Beck could hit garage (
J'ght' The question of the diplomas for harder"Murphy and meaner than any fighter Hotel for purpose of storing cars. SAME SMALL BLAZELightning motion made and carried that request Freezing temperatures! were reported ,
t ---- be denied. at Plant also. A telegram -
referred to buildIng City
the high school graduates was discussed the local arena. As This matter was
tOuts Hold Initiation and no decision reached as he faced Is concerned committee. Mr. Knight also may not strike twice, Motion made and carried that received from there by A. J.

to whether the county would fur far as being' mean'killer' instinct, asked that light be Installed In rear In the same place, but apparently I pauper allowance of Carrie Thomas Grlffis stated that the thermom e,

School House Tonight be Tommy has the Matter fire' does. A house belonging to be reduced from $300 per eter was registering thirty-two degrees
nish same or not, decision to without scruples of hotel for lighting garage.
'I and Is absolutely referred to light commit.tee. Graham Boyd on N. Cherry Street! month to $2.00 per month. at ten o'clock Thursday
made at next regular meeting. was .
when in the heat of battle. that caught fire at noon on Sat- Mr. W.'T. Turner appeared before {
National Boy Scout headquarers The board ordered script drawn Beck I IB.
For Tuesday night's fight urday, Jan. 28, was Again cause the board asking for relief
has acknowledged receipt of for the teachers, janitors and at R.'John* asked for reduction I -
and Frosyth
,i pplicatlon for the new Starke truck drivers. weighed in at on personal assessment of taxes. I of calling out the fire department assistance for himself and wife, Plant City, Feb. 7.Straverry, Y

\ roop and states that a charter and The board adjourned to meet the 146.' This matter was taken under consideration Monday shortly after 12 o'clock. motion made and carried that they growers failed to find the customary

cout insignia will be sent, here I first Monday in March.A. ED AHEARN BECOMES by council., The blaze was on the opposite be placed on the pauper roll at somewhat strenghtened Mon
Smith before side of the roof than the one that $2 BO each per month. day morning market, here yesterday r
'Ithln the next few days. J. Grlffis, Secy. SECRETARY TO TRAMMELL !W. p; (appeared
( caught last week, and was again Motion made and carried that of their
Tonight -will be initiation timer t council with reference to complaintmade and were selling most

the seventeen boys who passed LiLLIE MAE ADDISONMrs. : Ed Ahearn-of Lakeland was about smoke from stave mill Contributed to flying sparks on dry the name of George Manning be fruit at S 1.2 cents the pint yes- a

shingles. stricken from the pauper roll. Mo- terday. It was little Improvementover
heir tenderfoot requirements.arente secretary to Mr. Smith stated that there was .
Tuesday appointed tion made and carried that pauper the 0 1.4 and B 1.2 cent mar-
and friends are Invited to LIllie Mae Addison died at Senator Park Trammell, to succeed nothing that he could do about this

fitness these rites which will be her home here Saturday. She was Lee R. Trammell, the senator's' situation.. FIe has tried several JUNIOR WOODMEN allowance of W. W. Coleman be ket of last Saturday when the

eld in the high school auditoriumt born at Loureville, Fla., and movedto brother who died suddenly last times to change course of same reduced from $5.00 per month to picking and packing of fruit wan

seven o'clock.A Jacksonville when a girl. but was unable to do so, and stated All members are urged to meetat $3.00 per month. far from a pleasant job. Both FrIday
needed for young Friday. that this hall, February 16. Weiner roastat Motion made and carried that and Saturday proved rather
few more Jobs are to has that he was very sorry
She left there a few years ago time Mr. Ahearn
For some
Mrs. Hutto's Thursday, Feb allowance of Mrs Missouri 'disagreeable days for and
to their Matter was pauper growers
_oya who are working pay make her home In Starke. She in Senator Tram.mell's was annoying anyone.
Bees, Scoutmaster R. D. Card has was a member of the Baptist been employed office. He was for a numberof dropped by council. ruary 16. All Juniors and graduates Hodges be reduced from $3.00 to especially Saturday when the .
that all before are invited. $2.00 per month. I downpour In the morning material
Announced. Mr. Card says the abstract C. A. Knight appeared ,
i Church. years engaged In Mrs. J. L. Silcox Motion made and carried that : ly handicapped throughout ,4
either the growers ;
*oys who wish to Join Mrs. Addison is survived by her in Lakeland, Bartow andStarke. .
B.J$ Jr. Supervisor. allowance of H. Raulersonbe this section from picking their ,
who have if t pauper
tubs or scouts, and widower James A. Addison; her (Continued on page I
must do reduced from $5,00 to $2.60 per fruit.
Already filed application, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Allen I
month. I As the result of the heavy rain

at have this meeting ta wait;until otherwise the second ineyihall ters, of Misses Jacksonville Vivian and; two Edith daugh Addison News Slate Capital pauper Motion allowance made and of Ruth carried Marr that be I Saturday were a number unable of to the complete larger) I 1 tgrowers

fllday in March. and two sons, Laurence and from I II
.' Leon Addison, all of Starke; also month.reduced from $500 per II fruit their was patches loaded that In a day car and here some Sun i

DIES two sisters, Mrs. J. T. Jordan, of
Arthur Newmans appeared

J I day. The heavy rain Saturday resulted
AT DAYTONA BEACH Dowllng Park, and Miss Lela Allen,, relief
board for I
the asking In of P
I committee a large proportion
and three brothers, Dave Sholtz. They succeed T. M. Senate and Congressional
of Jacksonville,
Word was -received here last I V. F., E. M. and O. Allen, all of FLORIDA PRESS By ASSOCIATION I Lykes, of Tampa, and H:. H. Simmons of the Inaugural ball commit because manual of labor Incapacity, motion to made perform and I culls high,as some a third growers of their reporting berries goIng as-

eek that B. P. Smith who Is well Jacksonville. of Jacksonville, whose terms tee.The ball will be the carried that he be allowed $2.00 Into the discard. L

emembered in this community, Funeral service. .were held at During the six months period expired. I forthcoming ball. in 20 for one month, same to be paid While the fairly heavy day was
first Inaugural years
led last Friday at his home in the home of Mrs. Addison's par from July 1, 1932, to December from the relief fund. Indicated yesterday, the cool '
Jaytona Beach after a year's 111- ents In Jacksonville, Monday afternoon 31, 1932, the State of Florida spent Revenue from the sale of auto- The first format inaugural Mrs Gradle Brooks appeared before weather over Sunday was believe
of the Inauguration
iess.!! Mr. Smith was sixty-two at two o'clock with Rev. W. $1,914,151.84: more than it receivedIn mobile license tags during the was given in celebration President James- the board asking for relief to have somewhat slowed up ripen
ears old.Funeral. I C. Stalvey, pastor of the Central revenues, according to a reportby month of January this year assistance for husband, Gradle loads were
Inter. V. Knott. to 2097931.72, which Madison, and the custom: continued ing although many
services were held Sun- Baptist Church, officiating. State Treasurer W. amounted Brooks. Motion made and carried the yard late

Bay from the First Baptist Churchth men was made in West Evergreen Total revenues received for six compared favorably with the $2- down to of and President included Taft.the Inauguration Subsequent that same be denied. anticipated afternoon.on The price on yesterday the )

Rev. Herbert F. Loomis, con- Cemetery. months amounted to $10,691,177.- 408,468.15, collected during the
similar events as a featureof Mrs. B. Perkins of Lawtey, appeared yard yesterday was 5 1-4 S 1-2 and
were month last according -
disbursement. year
ducting. 75, while total corresponding have been charity before the board In behalfof 5 3-4 cents, although the bulk of 0
obtained at inaugurations
Mr. Smith was born in Levy SCHOOL TIIANKS MINISTER $12.605,329.59. to Information Mrs R. H. Futch, asking that the fruit was bringing B 1-2 cents,
ounty and later moved here wheree MAGAZINE CONTRIBUTION The general revenue fund from the office of George H. Wilder,act- affairs.It at Mrs. Futch be allowed the widow's .
was in tho drug business. He which most of the salaries and cur- Ing state motor vehicle commis Is understood a part exemption for 1932 taxes. Motion PRESBYTERIANServices. !
of the ticket
|eft Starke in 1900 and had since The students of Bradford High rent operating expenses of the sioner. least of the proceeds made and carried that tax collector
March 4
ads his home In Daytona Beach. school wish to express their appreciation State government are paid, showed Although the motor vehicle department sale for the inaugural'This would be be requested to allow the said Sunday February IT.

He Is survived by his widow, a to Doctor and Mrs. disbursements of $644,031.44 more has transmitted to the will go to charity.with the expressed exemption: to Mrs. Futch. as follows:

brother, Samuel Smith, ot Trenton, Lowry for their contribution of than Its receipts. Total receiptsto state treasurer' only 1413921.78 wish in conformity of President-elect Roosevelt, George Padgett appeared before 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. 8-

MM four stepchildren. He wan a magazines to the library. The Eng the fund during the last six of the'Jannary sales It was stated to the board asking for relief for Ber- Williams, acting supt.
who stated he bad no objection
beacon of the First Baptist Church. lish classes are especially enjoying months of the year were $2,172872.35 ,- that $684.009.94'i. held back from I promote ry Padgett. Motion made and 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon -
of Washington
Those attending the funeral ser- "Scribners" and "The Golden while disbursements were the January report due to but the the people an Inaugural ball upon their 1 carried-that Berry Padgett be allowed by the pastor. 4!

hces from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Book." The Science classes are $2,818,003.79.Transfer. change In administration ing Initiative and at their own ex- $2.00 for one month from 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor

|l. J. Davis and little daughters, getting the benefit, of the others. from one fund to another should be credited to the January own the charitable relief fund. Topic, "When is Friendship Christian

Ir. and Mrs. H. 1... Brownlee, Mrs. These magazines are not only entertaining amounted to $987,598.33 dur- receipts. Part of this amount was pense, presupposing overlooked. Motion made and carried that ?" Leader, Estelle Kendrick. f

C. Stith, and Miss Mary rown- and amusing to the students ing that time. They Included received during thefirst few daysIn feature was_not- clerk be Instructed to write business 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song rand

fee but are very helpful in their $633,887.26 transferred to the gen- February but sales were madein The executive committee of the manager of the University of sermon i
office reported. -
t subjects. eral revenue fund and $88,478.48 January Florida Education Association told Florida that check covering second Miss Lena Smith, field representative

>ENTIST8 ATTEND'MEETING transferred from that fund. Governor Dave Sholtz this week semester scholarship for Guy of our Board of Christian

AMERICAN LEGION TO MEET I Treasury balance on July 1, In favor of certain Andrews would be forthcoming as Education will spend this Sunday
Sholt and Chief Justice that it was
Dr. J. W. Brownlee was accept- 1932 was $4,045.69 but by the end Gov. Dave economies and retrenchments but soon as available funds are on with us and will speak to the Sunday
d as a member of the Northeast All members of the Jones-Lang- of the year 4t had dropped to $2- Fred Davis, of announced the they hoped the Legislature would appropriate hand In the Agricultural Fund. school and at the young peo-

nth Society: at Its fifteenth an- ford-White Post,No. 56, American 130.893.85. oqr Court, have to attend $7.500,000 a year state Motion made and carried that ple's meeting.

hual session in Jacksonville Mon- Legion,''are urged to attend the win go to Washington for the public schools, as beginning March 1, 1933 all officers Prayer meeting Wednesday at ;

regular monthly meeting, which Appointment of John M. Keen of the Inauguration of.Prenldent-elect money the 1931 session, and occupying offices in the 7:30: p. m.

ay.The meeting was attended by will be held at the Legion Hall, Lakeland and Claude Page of Bar- Roosevelt March< 4. provided by' A cordial Invitation to all our

r. H. B. McLendon Dr. S. P. Van- Tuesday evening February 14th, tow, to the State Live Stock Sanitary Congressman Ruth Bryan the Owen State, (Continued-on page 5.) (Continued on page 8.) services'extended to aU.t i ii
livtere, and Dr. Brownlee., at 8 o'clock. Board is announced by Oov.vtlf of Florida;is chairman

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.. .. would tend, also, to reduce male bird should have come froma
at Maxvllle Sunday. rainy seasons. The disease Is quite disease. hen with a good egg record, and
of the

BOATDRAINMiss 1 I visitor Mr. J.In D.Jacksonville Peele was Sunday.a business our prevalent South on Atlantic the coastal States,part extend ol These measures the responsibility would further-of what should his have daughters been tested will produce.to see + Do You Know ? + ] 1

I Cherry Harrell, Cor. Mr Earl and St. Clair Moseley,, ing as far north as New Jersey,, the more Infection place more upon owners of Above all, he stressed selecting the
of the Gulf reglorpspeclally
-== Kay Pringle, Misses Evelyn Mose Including parts hookworm Infected animals. Sucha breeders for vigor and vitality.

!1' Publ Mrs Cynthia Lee is spending this I ley and Mary Pringle motored to Texas, Oklahoma and a few where areas responsibility might be expected Highly bred birds must have plenty ... ,:
and :
Ralford and the State Farm Sun in Arkansas reduction in of strength to stand up under --" > -' .
week In town with her daughter, to lead to a further < >- .', ,
> fC"
the soil Is sandy. If are to make wK0 .."
{ afternoon. heavy laying
Mrs. Walter S'.lcox and family. day is characterized the number of creeping eruption <'Z.i <
a-= Mr. J. E. Newton preached the Mr. Gen-jv Sapp was visiting his Creeping eruption Infections. good records. 4-' ) E. morning and evening sermon ata I: parents, bL and< Mrs. J. S. Sapp by the formation In the skill ol Seven of the 10 leading pens In '".'' ''''' *,'H ,!< E
Sunday.Mr. V a linear, tortuous and raised-like the present contest are owned by 'x.'f-:
: dive Church Sunday.
-China Rev. F. M. Taylor of Hamptonwas I I Leoi\. ? Strickland of Ft. furrow eruption, somewhat similar PROLIFIC TYPE CORN Florida poultrymen, though they
to the raised "bur) TO YIELD
in this In appearance CONTINUES poul-
visiting witn leading
visitor at China Grove Bennlng, Ga., was are competing
Grove a Church Sunday morning. section Saturday.W. row in the sod of the lawn by a BEST IN EXPERIMENTS trymen from 13 other states.
These fill
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newton were S. Rivers of Starke, spent the meadow mole. Thirty of the 52 pens In the con- 1
with serum and pus, being ex Gainesville, Fla. Whatley prolific -
dinner of Mr. and Mra. C. week-end with his sister, Mrs. test are Florida owned.
t guests and and at varieties '
tremely Itchy and Kilgore prolific
Lake. Waldo Pringle. (s.
at KIngsley
B. Johns Sunday
times disabling. The cause of this of corn continued to yield about GARDEN GETS BEST LAND
Harrell and two sons,
14 4 Mr Q. W. troublesome affection Is the larvaeof one-fourth more corn than the -
at Mr. L. A. Donnel-
were visitors an unusual type of hookworm or common one-eared Florida typesIn DiKunlak Springs, Fla The

Jy'. Monday morning. and Gum Branch Intestinal parasite, ancyclostoma tests conducted by the Florida choicest land in the fields near the
Mra. Galney
Mr. and Ralph
brazilienese or Brazilian hook Experiment Station last year, J.
home is always saved for garden
of Mr. and Mrs. 1
baby were guests Elizabeth Homage
The larvae Is miacroscoplc Warner associate agronomist,
G. wr: Rarrell and family Sunday.HAMPTON worm. D. vegetables on the G. L. Shuler farm 11
In size, 1-1200 of an Inch In diameter said In a recent radio address. near here, says Mrs. Shuler in her
Mr. W. H. Carter of Dukes S'-a- and 1-500 of an Inch long. The Some of the experiments were garden report to Miss Eloise Mc- 1"0

tlon. was the guest of his daughter hosts of the parasite are cats and conducted at the main station here Griff, home demonstration agent.Mr. 1 1s 8

F Mrs. J. A. Harnage, Thursday dogs. To the. present day It baa where some 60 varieties of corn Shuler appreciates the value of

afternoon. not been demonstrated that man have been tried during the last the garden products, and cultivates
MlM Ana Nlmmo. Cor. We all are very sorry to hear of harbors the parasite. Hence, from few years, and some of them were them in the field to save hand labor

I the Illness of Miss Gladys Keene, the preceding one would draw the conducted In cooperation with by other members of the family.
Mrs. Day of Interlachen, was the who underwent an operation last conclusion that creeping eruptionis farmers over the northern half of '

guest of her sister, Mrs. Inez Mor- Thursday. We all wish her a speedy a disease due to soil pollution by the State. CURB MARKET BUSY .t'e

row last Saturday and Sunday. recovery.Mr. domestic animals, and such has As to keeping qualities and weevuresistance '
( J. R. Colley of Starke visited Wilbur Thomas of Worthington -, been demonstrated by scientific ex the flinty single- Tallahassee, Fla. The farmers : .t'e
friends here last Friday.R. Springs, was the guest of Mr. : perimentation. eared varieties seemed to be su curb market here does a cash M ,.t't

L. Blrt and family of Gainesville J. A. Harnage Thursday afternoon. Contacts with Infested soil resulting perior, but since the weevil Is I business of between $400 and $500 1 e

1 were the guests of Mr. Blrt'sbrother Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw of the Infections occur most frequently easily fumigated it is doubtful if each week, reports County Agent .t'e,

t f' 1 C. A. Dirt, last Sunday. ) State Farm were guests of her during the summer when this flintiness' is enough to offest G. C. Hodge. Covering two blocks ocwkotae, rtrL+Y +
( Rev. G. P. McGauley will fill his parents, Mr and Mrs. L. L. Conner children have their school vacation, the increased yields of the prolific In the heart of the city It Is open

l regular appointment at the Baptist Saturday. when they go without shoes, when varieties Mr. Warner explained. In to all farmers free of charge Wednesdays .f.
+v church next Sunday morning and Miss Louise Sapp spent Saturday wading in and along the banks of North Florida, Tisdale has proven and Saturdays. Seldom

ate evening February 12th. night and Sunday in Starke streams Is a popular diversoln, the best single-eared variety, while any produce is taken back homeor
I S A B. Y. P. U. was organized at with her cousin, Miss Dorothy when small children enjoy contact Dubose, Mizelle and Florida Flint not sold, Mr. Hodge said. 'A.A, C..JI.a 1/.01 A,11wr

j f V the Baptist church last Sunday Sapp. 'with the soil at their play, when have led In Central Florida tests, .?11NAT this beautiful mountain has been set aside by the COTTHA ;
evening at six o'clock, and the following Mrs. T. N. Norman and children adults as well as children frequentthe and Florida Flint has proven best Check and double check for 4-H ', Government as a perpetual monument to a woman? It Is III ce

officers were elected: President were the guests of her parents, beaches and come often Indirect in the southern part of the State. clubsters: They earn while they Mount Edith Cavell In memory of the British nursing sister w .u
Ernest Morgan; secretary Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae Satur- executed! by the Germans during the World War. Each year x
contact with the earth, and The yellow corns have not yielded learn, and learn while they earn.
Harrison. nearest Sunday to the fourth of August, memorial aarvlcea are .v I
i and treasurer, Eleanor when" workmen perspiring do not as well as the whites, however mountain. It has elevation of 11,033 feet : U
Jessie day.Mr. the base of the I Il :
tl ;, Bible Quiz Leader, Mrs. George Williams of Jacksonville receive the protection from creeping Wilson Yellow Dent has proven the Treat truck seed with 1:1000: situated In Jasper National Park Alberta. It la snow covered t' II l
Morgan; Cholrster, Coleman Tucker was the guest of Mr. J. A. eruption infections afforded by best yielder In the late maturing roslve sublimate and thus cor-I l round and bears one of the moat striking glaciers in the I r.k:
r ,? 1 ; Group Captain, Jackson Mor- Harnage Sunday afternoon. dry clothing.The varieties and Early Yellow Dent nate diseases that are carried Mountains. I
row; Pianist, Annie Laura Tucker. Miss Doris Kersey of DeLeon soil may be fnfested through and Lowman Dent have been the the seed. ,

J'' A program will be rendered by Springs is spending a while here feces deposited directly by hookworm highest yielding early, yellow va
;' the B. Y. P. U. next Sunday at six- visiting friends and relatives.Mr Infected dogs and cats In rieties. -1MES BOYS BAND PLAYS IN MIAMI

thirty. Albert Williams of Jacksonville I places where and at a time when The experiment indicates that at

t. Rev. Henry Chamless, of the was visiting here Sunday af suitable moisture and warmth ,will present corn prices commercial fertilizer -

/ Gainesville University preached ternoon. Insure the development of and on the average will not Increase r-- y""!!'" t,
C i excellent at the ,
two sermons
suitable protection for the larvae. corn yield enough to pay for I
last Sunday. I
Methodist Church The larvae may be transported by the added expense. Mr. Warner
The box supper, that was given floating water following heavy further doubted the advisability of

:,'! at the school building last Friday RISING rainfall thus carrying the parasite spending much for winter cover
marked success, A
evening was a from Infested spots to other places. unless more corn Is neededfor
a dollars was Mr.. II. M. McK Car crops '
I nice sum twenty-two which I The water of streams, too, may be home use, but be felt that a
from the box sales,
responsible for the disseminationof summer legume, like Crotalarla,
will be used for school benefits. Mrs. D. M. McRae and brother'l >.
the parasite. Infection some- cowpeas, or velvet beans, would
Mrs. Rosa Harry Shepherd
Mrs. J. B. Ackley, .
times takes from soil which for soil
place profitable Improve-
S Watson and Rev. and Mrs. Crich- the week-end here with friends and prove .
home by Mrs.MCRae'e has been hauled In grading and In ment and Increased yields later. '1>
s low, left this week for a tour of were accompanied
I other improvements. It is quite .
supposedto son, Jack, who has been '
are '
y South They probable that animals other than EGG CONTEST BIRDS ;1-(
In about ten days.ZIFF visiting relatives here. ,
return Mr. Walter Buddlngton and dogs and cats may play a role In SHOULD BE IIATCIIED ,A .; __
e _
daughters, Gwendolyn and Ernes the transmission by the dissemination DURING EARLY SPRING ....
R. I. who have of the parasite In different I < \. J .
tine, of Bradford, '
to be .;. .. ) { .. ,
.'cal been visiting here, left last Thurs- ways. Chipley, Fla. Pullets en- j ; : aI .
'. 1;.
i ;
r..t.-. I.
next < 1'1
tered in contests
southern of In localities where and when egg-laying J- :n '
day to visit the part .,, :, r ">
: ;
MI.. Lrda Maa ...,..1., Car the Stae. creeping eruption occurs children fall should hatched In late Feb : f ,-' Zt2Z- )z2ZZx j w.' m'h"-' "'" ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and are urged to forego the pleasureof ruary or March If they are a heavy : ,. J' J .".:_,.t G: l". tt. '
f Services were conducted at Dea- children, spent Sunday with Mr. walking out barefooted while breed and In April If they are Leg- -2I_ ,;; v'-.. ':

don church Sunday afternoon by and Mrs. W. -J. Drlggers in the the soil is wet following rains; of horns, E. F. Stanton, supervisorof n
Rev. Q. E. McGauley of Brooker. Pine Level section. wading in the streets or other the Florida National EggLaying fi1ii
ti,. se Hev. J. H. Kelley and Mr. Min Mrs. T. N. Norman and childrenof places where surface drainage Is Contest, believes.He .
zee Groover attended church at Hellbronn, were visiting Mrs flowing or has stood; or of wad- has observed that pullets Ii, "
i .. Crawford Lake' Saturday and H. M. McRae Saturday.H. Ing in or walking along the banksof make the best showing when they

I Sunday. M. and Arthur McRae were streams at any time during the begin the contest after they have
Mr. Russell O'Berry spent last business visitors to Lake Butler summer months. Children and layed a few eggs or are just readyto
Saturday and Sunday here with Thursday. adults are cautioned, further, not lay. If they have layed a number

friends and relatives. -:- to sit on or otherwise expose them- of eggs, moving them to the
Miss Janet Kelley spent Satur- I CREEPING ERUPTION selves to soil or other wet places. contest will likely cause them to
day night at Brooker with Miss Those engaged In any occupationare molt and be out of production several
'. Johnnie Coon. advised against contact with weeks. Do not go to the other +t yC
(This Is one of a series of articles t
and Hazen and extreme and hatch too late, he
Mr. Pasco Alp prepared under the auspices of the the damp earth.
Lonnie of Brooker were in, An efficient control law of says. The late-hatched pullets us-
Morgan by attractions rewnlly -
ff ) Florida Medical Association. The The Palm Beach Times Boya' Band (shown above) was one of the feature
r! this section Monday. series Is Intended to give terselyto vagrant cats and dogs in creeping ually don't grow off as well, they In Miami when hey led the Parade of Progress In connection with the formal opening; of
r Mr. J. W. Lewis was attending the lay reader Information on eruption areas would serve to reduce are not ai strong, and often wait I'lorlila Motor Line new Union Bus Station In Miami. The parade showed highway transportation
I to business at LaCrosse one day health ) the amount of soil Infestation until the first1' of the year, before from the time Ponce de Leon landed In St. Augustine In ..... The boys bend SO Mroi*
r last week. general subjects. oftentimes, and consequently tend to diminish starting to lay. made a very colorful picture, especially their dram major, alias Thelma Perkins (right Insert))
! + e Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of Creeping eruption, the number of creeping In selecting breeders he advised and director of the band Mr. T. N. Brown (tort Insert). The' beautiful new station shown allOw
I s referred to as "ground Itch" by the I Investment of SH6.&OO for building
E. First street sod Third arcane, represent an
and located at
Mlcanopy, were visiting in our section Infections. A denial to, the use of trapnested and pedigreed '
eruption the peS
r is common Florida Motor floes during
general public, a very I and grounds. This. she third new station erected by
A Sunday. pet cats and dogs of the privilege I stock If possible. Hens that lay .
skin disease occurring during the I year, the o&be.two being M Bt Petersburg ass< Orlando.
9 :' This community was saddened summer months, especially In th,e of the play places of children and small eggs should not be used. The
Monday when It heard of the death
of Mrs. L. D. Polk of Brooker. By Charles McManusI i

i A large crowd from Brooker attended DOROTHY DARNIT >nl

church at Deadon :Sunday

Tho 4 attending the peanut hull- MB AT Trig PARTY .o rAR /Try ClRU Oft. CLSB PAY IIPTY Hlrtg DOLLARb-

} tag at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ..:: CfNTS- I n,

.. $itS stokes Thursday night were: .
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mann and

A '' children, Mr. Mtnzle Groover and n S r 1

P : children, Miss Martha and Frank v w 1r

Groover, Miss Thelma Fay and

t iU Henry Stokes, Miss Cora Padgett, .. -

Hiss VUa Mae ;Mott Miss Elvis 1

p ., Mann, Miss Bernice Crosby, Mr. t"c. e
? M Howard Mott, Mr. A. Z. Padgett, I II II

Mr. L. O. and Johnnie Lewis, Mr. I
j., e Rastus Mann, Mr. Lee Douglas, Mr. I
: Arch Mann, Miss Arine and Buck
C A padgett Miss Estelle Mott, Mr.

Zenlous Williams, Mr. Edd and

Clifton Polk, Mollie and Phillip

Crosby, J. W. and T. Kelley, Miss

k Clossle and Bart Waters.SAXTON.

i .

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b ''S t r I Miss Viola Tyler, Cor. "THE MAIN TIlING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F.rVan Zelml&tly

h +I t Mr. Sam Nlckles of Starke was YESI BELIEVE GIRLnevcacfi IF A \QL I 14 FORTUNATE EnuF X rCSTRONEB/ THE. LOVE IyEVw1PAPE
the guest of Mr H. D. Tyler Sun ; c GltUS\ .I'M IfcE INQUIRING A $

r was the guest of Mr. W. A. Tyler PAPEC2.I I 14 SHOULD A GIRL\ ?
1, C Saturday. ( .HER LOVE

};a d Run. was visiting her sister Mrs. &INQUIRING REPORTED>: TROUBLE I KNOW I"v6 /HAD IT FQ SO YEABSI : \KQIHDER HOW I DID DRUG 41'


Mr. Brady Collins was the guest 4TiLL HAVE HIS I BE! SO TOOLI3H AGAIN
I (
l of Miss Della Lee Thomas Sunday.
p DAY. lotvw's 14 A HUM- II

C s i ; GREENWOOD' ONtfEft.QuESTtori. i LLME :iii1

q L. Ml.. Rmma ,.. Print-la Car. t GIRL IETTEJK DGSTCOY?* HER LOVE l H

'lie Mrs. J. S. Rosier of Evergreen, ':"\ CJ< 12
19to WHERE ASKED-"' \ FBOW '.
,.i.p r was the guest of her daughter
,>:.i'. Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. 01'1 .,
CO, Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Pringle STREET"NSWECS. } ,
spent the week-end in Maxvllle '/ tON THE- 1

801. i visiting his aunt, Mrs. Ida Brown. RIGHT L.I'2-

i, 1 ; :. x C. A. and Kay Prlngle were visiting .-..... _

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|).\FEBRUARY 10. 1988
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(By Lester Austin) -- In primitive days the methods of I'
S. JOURNAL (Editor's note: This la an ac- These compositions are based on travel and the contrivance to aid J. I I ;

count of a B. H. S. grid encounter the chapter from Swift's "Gulli- In transportation, were few, and
with Lake City on Friday, Nov. 13. ver's Travel" called war. A hony- very poor. "I
1889, recently found unprlnted In huhum is a horse. Prehistoric man traveled on foot

the yellow files of the Telegraph Jack, m: beautiful horse, over rocks, sticks and stones Y,' :
HATNES B. II. S. DAY BY DAY SOPHOMORE NEWS SIXTH GRADE NEWS office. Although no lineup was included wouldn't It be terrible If we should through brambles, and across I;
we have communicatedwith have another war? Oh I see that streams, and had little need of any ;, .!
:Managing Editor (With apologies to O. O. The assembly program for We have one of the members of the are
just begun our fifth you shaking your head which contrivance to aid in traveling, because ,r
IELDREDGE) Roncisc Ilclntyre) Thursday. Feb. 2, was In charge of month of school. We have just team, who la on his death-bed In means that you do not understand It seemed only natural to him :

Exchange Editor Welt frks! "Ole Bradford Hi", the lOA class. The program was three more months and such a lotto Sing-Sing, and, despite his vig- what I am talking about, so shall to walk on hla own feet. This was :

ABBIE HARLEY realty his, the debaters, hasn't she? as follows: learn'yet. orous protest and pleadings, we ob- endeavor to explain It to you. as be considered easy because he 'l, .," I

It wi jui' too bad for the supporters Debate. Below are a few our paragraphswe tained the remainder of the squad War, my dear fellow, Is a fight never carried anything with, him. I '
Literary Editor Affirmative Negative wrote in class and hereby place into print this between nations or states that disagree '
of the negative side in ev English last weekon except, perhaps a small amount of : t,'
LUCILLE EDWARDS Robert Chapman Jimmy Moore relic of days gone by. Here Is the '
ery debate for the affirmative side "The subject I like best and on some subject. The subjects food. I I I
Sports Editor always had the majority'of them. Sumpter Harley Billy Parker why." and "The subject I dislike lineup:) disagreed upon are numerous After the time of history, we "

JOHN INMAN There were quite a few blistered Blake Jackson Herbert Packham and why": Silas Chapman Left End and various and are stated In different find that moat civilized people, especially :

hands afterwards, too. (Me fer- The affirmative won. The Subject I Dislike and Why Abraham Davis Left Guard ways but they usually mean the Egyptians used small .. ,I
Society Editor instance!) Musical reading: "I don't"- I dislike Geography. It is so Methusalah Lewis Left Tackle such simple things as: "My wife Is carts with large wooden wheels I ,

JOYCE :MAST I think that everyone through Dorothy Sapp.Pantomlne hard, and I have so much to re- Elphram Crosby Center prettier than yours," "I want some which of course were very crude 1 ,

Class Reporters ly enjoyed Miss Harriet Raymond's "When You and I member. I have to remember the Adam Wall Right Guard of your territory," etc. Millions and hard to use, but were at that "

12th Grade, Jennie Dunn interesting talk on the Philippines Were Young, Maggie"-Mildred continents, the waters that cur Goliath Packham Rgt. Tackle of people and animals, especially time considered quite an Improve-
11th Grade Bunnle Canova and that all left the auditorium, Hundley, Charles render, and round them, the shape of the continents Jacob Shuford Right End horses, are killed In these wars. ment over previous days. _

j Marjorie Stump knowing much more about them. chorus. Important cities and what Issac Edwards Quarterback The ways of carrying on human Finally, the "pole drag" came into : l(

fcOth Grade, Louise Snyder Say, It mus not take those Philip they are noted for. Johsua Inman Left Half destruction are so prefected now use. This wall even in use by '
f 9th Grade Hazel Lennon pinos very long to dress. Wouldn't Miss Dorothy Sapp had as her Allle Mae Slade Jonah Strickland Right Half that If we should have another the North American Indians when I,
Editors this The' Subject I Like Brat and Job Robinson Fullback war It would be only a matter of America t'
Joke that be nice in the morning to get guest week-end, her cousin, Why was discovered. The "pole \
CLYDE MORGAN to sleep that much longer and still Miss Louise Sapp. I like history the best of all my days before most of the men wouldbe drag" was something similar to a \

get to school on time? So long, I'm Sidney Hershfleld spent the subjects, because It tells about old Starke- Nov. 13, 1889 (AP.)- killed' and peace contract: would wheel 1 barrow, without wheels, and \1 lit
UDFORD LOSES TO LAKE goin' to the Philippines! week-end In Jacksonville and St world people and their ways of and \ a hazy, mottled element,, have to be signed. Among the ar- was pulled along, lightening the I: .I,1,
BUTLER A teacher asked a bright stu Augustine.We living. It tells how they made fires with a cutting northeast wind tillery used would be numerous load quite a bit, but allowing L

dent in a history class to name are all sorry to hear that with flint rock; how they fought whistling ominously through frail kinds of guns (yes, old boy, that slow progress. very

\>e Bradford High five visited an important date in Roman his- three of our classmates are absenton with wooden clubs; how they first the hoopsklrta bleachers of gentle spectators In la what I have In my head now) ; The roving Nomads of Europe i'
the Tornado
account of sickness made boats and what kind how team of cannons, which are huge and Asia used
Butler laat Friday only to tory. He quickly answered "Oh! : Jimmy ; Bradford guns; small horses and '
i a 22-10 verdict. Starke alm- Anthony's date with Cleopatra! Moore, Keeffee Harrell and Sumpter they fought for land; and how and Lake High today broke the bombs, which are very destructive; pack animals to carry them and '
could not get the combinationhe We have Glee Club this week Harley. when our country was discovered. City jinx that has pursued and gases, some of which are now their few possessions swiftly over I:I
: Jewett Fogg them since 1831, and eked out a being prefected by the Germans, the mountains and it't!' l
Lake Butler boys. This after a three week's vacation plains. They ) +p
8-0 decision
[the second defeat to mar the vacation also for those students Who's Rude Now The Subject I Uke Beat and Why rivals. over their hereditary I would be fought on the land, on found no use for carts. J )

basketball record for Brad- upstairs who try to study while Mr. Jimmy Moore Inadvertently I like Geography better than any the sea from ships, and In the air The Persians and Romans used I

It seems destined to be asIt the girls are giving their vocal left the door open. A big man, Mr other subject. Geography tells Notwithstanding their handicapof from airplanes, which resemble small chariots which were really
a failure as the football sea- cords a fit. Keeffee Harrell, sitting near the something about the countries of wind opposing weight, weather and birds from a distance and are driven small carts: drawn by larger, better
entrance the world. It tells their importsand our boys, finding extreme only In the air. There are also horses. The chariots were
bawled very
jwas. rudely "Shut the
Ask the Juniors how they liked :
exports. It tells what kinds of difficulty I piercing the YellowJacket's many other devices used to kill the small and light and were of little
key are already alike In several that English test. S'pose you'veheard you fool! Were you raised in
eats For Instance, during the it tho'i! a barn?" work they do, and the animals that stone line, took to the enemy; but as you are nodding use In carrying anything except ,' .M''
live there. The and its soil air-not with passes, but by a your head, which means that two or three ,
Inning of both the football and A pupil was questioned aa to Mr. Moore sat down, burled his country series of you passengers. The roads I If t'
etball seasons we have been I I why he had spent in one head in his hands and began to sob. Is either rich or poor In "nations half Joshua broad jumps by our star understand and agree with me I were mere trails or gravel paths, I: .
years Inman, the bouncing that It would be useless
Mr. Harrell became beyond the seas. That Is why I guess for and accidents were common. r }I'In
Jously awaiting a victory class. He answered I I j
"We-11. back
saw from
Br dord. With
1,1 of fearing a defeat to i'I Presently he went over and tapped like Geography best. It tells mall succes- me to explain further. Roman days pack horses and ';]! ,
outside if'
in-I I a sign that said "School, sive vaults of if, 29, and 11 !
li about the world, that'I wouldh yards, Bunnle Canova. elephants were also used in :
record. Mr. Moore on the shoulder. carry- ,
go slow, so I did! Maybe that's Joshua : ,
I .ve never heard of if !it hadn'tbeen finally planted his dogs be- ing heavy loads. There "
} is else to do' "My friend, he said "I didn'tIntend were no +
+ere nothing why some of us are tardy so often. hind the enemy's goal line. I I a'
the boys better luck next to hurt your feelings. I just' for Geography. FUTURE': WARFARE AH good roads, and while passing r. '\j'!r! I
Enmity and Ill-will had been '
Just as they ran across aup NINTH wanted you to shut the door." Mellie Silcox. I TOLD TO A HONYIIUIIUM through mountain districts, robbers ,P'
GRADE NEWS The Subject/ I Like Beat and Why brewing throughout the whole were likely to attack
in Chiefland last pigskin Mr. Moore bravely grinned one on every U!J' .
(,m, they might, by chance, runs Believe through his tears and said: "Old I like Geography better than any game, but no actual uprising had Honorable HuHchabun, the Hony- side. Travel was very dangerous.The .
It Leave It occurred to the
or Directly
something of the like In man, you misunderstand. I was subject because I learn lots of up scoring. huhum, you will please to observe mountain people of the old
etball. The result,will be, we Paul Raymond is six feet tall. raised in a barn, and every time states and capitals. It tells me after the score was made that the following clippings of my countries used mountain goats aa t ,

t, that they squeeze out a slim Marlon Williams gained a pound I hear a jack-ass bray it makes me where they are located on the map however, things began to pop. The extensive reading contain a sum- beasts of burden. The people In )r 7
first Issue of
month. and for what each state It-was a lusty slug the desert
is lands
other terribly homesick"Part noted mary of the most material points used camels, and ;
i.ry by some means or t
Dorothy White has quit blushing. and what It and that Job took behind the ear. That the in
exports the colder
jia all the high school boys re- Imports. discussed l a various times by different north lands ,
A compact was found on A. W Etta Fee Dyal. put him on the proverbial down- people. used dogs to pull small sleds. '
to play forcing the junior 10-B:
of the
Anderson. had to ride grade.As .
to it out. The Subject I Uke Beet and Why These are just a few of the In early American days, another
i fight p
Vasteen Parrish has lost few home in a fresh air taxi Friday soon as the Tornadoes sniffed '
a -
The subject I like best is history, causes of modern warfare. MaybeIt type of two-wheeled cart came Into .
do is to
we can
afternoon. It wasn't the taxi of
trouble their
and wish for kind of freckles. because it tells us about the people tendons tightenedand la over a bridge game played by use It too, was pulled by a horse. It ;
Robert Faulkner is too slow to Amos and Andy of course. dukes dlalated. In the
that lived long Our his- a jiffy Price Finally small stage coaches
ago. Mussolini. of Walse, Clara ,, using
|ory. catch a cold. Miss Fernandez room has tory book has so many Interesting field was a sea of surging, strug- Bow, and the most Illustrious Will four wheels and drawn by horses '

The ninth B was sorry to lose charge of the assembly program stories one doesn't get tired of gling humanity. Goliath seized an Rogers; maybe It is a dispute over came Into use but were unsatis i

THIS AND THAT two of their students, Lois and Friday. reading them. The stories aren't offending David and flung him far slavery between the technocratsand factory. + J,

Millie Judd, who have moved to over four pages long. Every day up In the bleachers. That startedthe the cruel: slave owners who The modes of travel and transportation -

was said that Lincoln read another state. SEVENTH GRADE NEWS we have a written checkup. These roocus up there.In work mechanical men like dogs. have changed dally,
|grim's Progress" several times. Both classes of Ninth Englishare are my reasons for liking historyso a minute, the stands were em- This last dispute Is greater for since the days when early man 3'
catch a junior doing that and rejoicing over not having to de The seventh grade sent Rowan well. pty. The whole audience had technocrats work for what they living in a cavo: or thatched hut.

founts five points, tool! How bate In assembly as the remaininghigh Thomas who has broken a leg a Clara Flume. shifted Into the bowl. There was get and people would rather get and traveling on foot over a narrow -

|y enjoyed It as much as Lln- school classes did. basket of fruit. We are sorry he I The Subject I Like Beat and WhyI roaring, snapping, thudding, howl- what they work for. woods trail, until the present

1 did? S is 111 and hope he will soon recover like Geography best, becauseit Ing, screaming Sex was no You nay you lIonyhuhuma are day of good roads, automobiles

| senior Lucille Edwards, has a ST. VALENTINE'S DAY tells me about the world and barrier to this free-for-all happy to have a superior reason- steamships, airplanes and other

day, February 12: Maybe here Miss Middleton to Willis SmithIn what Is in it. If I go to foreign There was weeping and walling Ing, and we are not to blame for more efficient modes of travel.

will go down In history. Time The custom of choosing Valen Geography: countries I will know who the people and gnashing of hoop-skirts ... the way nature left our heads. Jessie May Brannen br
tell and other B. H. S. stu- tines on February 14 has been as What Is Austria noted tor? are and what they eat, wear Here and there a lady's hoop-skirt I will hurry on to describe our Grade 10, for 9th grade Science,

ta may have their names in the sociated with thf name of St. Val Willis: For Its Austins. and do. I will know where to go went haywire and hampered navigation -, warfare; maybe you will change -- S -

>ved history book. Wouldn'tlike entine, a saint ot the Roman calen to see the sights of the countries, I your thoughts. 1 give you a description 1I18fo1008' SIXTII GRADE
to study history about 200 dar. HEAVEN ON EARTHY towns and villages. (Editor's note: The last page of of Invisible cannons;; of -

rs from now with a lot mores I On the eve of St. Valentine day Theodore Tyler, the manuscript was misplaced bullets, small" as pinheads, that destroy N. T. Rltch la back at school today. ;"

to remember, as John Anws young people used to meet and I sky was black and velvety The Subject I Like Brat and Why I somewhere, but we obtained the seven In one blow and then We are certainly glad to
was president of the United each of them drew one by lot froma The big yellow moon had risen and I like blstory the best. It tells rest of the story from the former bounce back to the automatic to have him back. j I

tea, in 1980?' number of names of the oppositesex was partly hidden by a white lacy me about ancient times medival Tornado on his death-bed. The be used again; of tear bombs, We are very sorry that one of + !
tr. Gray can set his watch by which were put into a common cloud. The pine trees whispered times and modern times. It tells whistle blew, he said, In time to worse* than onions, that cause the our pupils, Julian Griffin was shot f '

Hampton bus. It arranges receptacle. Each gentleman thus softly to themselves and their when Rome declined, and of the prevent the World War coming off unworthy enemy to drown themselves In the foot by accident. We hope 1I
to arlve just about one minute got a lady for his valentine and needles gleamed in the moonlight discovery of America. It gives me ahead of schedule, and, after the In tears; of sea fights, with he will be back soon for we miss )

i re the second bell. But as Mr. became the valentine of a lady. The whlpporwills called and theo writing, reading and lives of Im- bodies and blood were cleaned soldiers in globular bathyspheres, him. ,+

son says: "The stars come In The gentleman remained bound t frogs croaked merrily. The yellowjessamine portant men. away, the stadium was as good as or rather round tanks that go to Helen Kruse visited our room ,
.." It does come before the bell the service of his valentine for a gleamed in the moon- Ralph DuBois. new. What a pity some of that the ocean floor, fighting far be- Monday afternoon. We were gladto

and then. year: light and held its head up to catchthe t gallant lighting spirit couldn't low the surface; of fifty thousand have her, ;; A r
t The modern custom ASSEMBLY FRIDAY have been transmitted to the present t l
probably dew. Two or three little violets battered and worn on each side;
'hat would happen it: originated with this old Roman tried to hid under the moss and< generation, says the old timer.An' ''I of gases; of planes above driven by WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF I4
;'cue Prescott didn't blush' custom. leaves aa if they were afraid tha The Junior and Senior classes we say same here!) radio and the victor is the one who i

azel Crews didn't show her Lucille Edwards. they were too early. God smile held separate debates In assembly ABRAIIAM produces the most static; baby carscarried Eldredge couldn't ring the belts?. I ,
watch?' down on this bit of heaven tha Friday, the third. The Junior debaters LINCOLN. THE along In cracker boxes ao Bobby didn't say "Hey, you?'"
irglnia Fugate went to Ocala Tampa City to purchase airport few Invited! eyes ever see.Grace were: HOUR general will have time to dash fora Marjorie didn't know her geom
day? four miles northwest of town. Hazen. Affirmative NegativeFro Abraham Lincoln was born In I dance or two at the North Pole etry? ,

Strickland Lois Long Hardin County Kentucky, Feb before the next battle; of dying I II "Bird" Long flunked shorthand?,
Lester Austin Martha Brownlee ruary 12, 1809. The family movedto I clank of mechanical men as hey Lois A. didn't know Leo?
SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Annie L. Tucker Lois Adkins Indiana when Abraham was breathe their last; and televisionthat Ellen didn't have car trouble

The negative won. seven. He could do a man's work allows dough boys to keep Kitty refused a bite of candy t

"" The Senior debaters were: when he was nine and an axe was I up with their wives thousands of S. R. wasn't tardy? j +

.......... Affirmative Negative his constant companion until hit!I miles away. Billy couldn't whistle? G
'fC\R( ) MOVER JU 'Toth 1lt Genevieve Kenly Harmon Morgan twenty-third year. He was a tall, The Hony huhum commanded me All juniors took the same history +

To T;\. VOM 'THrs \ \ ',oIJKHOYi Abbie Harley Okie Hlnson thin, awkard boy, but his eyes were to silence and imparted to me the ? )
'Io4El.11'1'\ St\e.. r John Inman Ivan Hazen earnest and kind. He never wor knowledge that we did the beet we The seniors weren't dignified?
The affirmative won unanimously. stockings until he waa a man. couldn and couldn't: be expected to .

ooNT Al'too' "f0 9'"IVil'M g His mother died a few years after do much better I thanked him Fellsmere Cane-grinding op*

JACK 6R.owi ceawC : All the debators put up good arguments I leaving Kentucky. Lincoln and left for my home in Mars. eratlons to be started by Fells-

\ } and we surely ought to later said, "All that I am, and all 1 Louise Jackson.JOHNNIE'S mere Sugar Co., in February
\\\; 5 FosYO To have some champions In the State that I hope to be, I owe to my angel .
u .... ...
mother." But 00 .. ,- -,- .....
\ contest. his step-mother
RIGHT SffaAIG\\T:; 1 "' r.rs ; was a wonderful woman and did all REWARD
? ;
e. r
sss An0 PLF\'t \Ii\lI-\ M f SENIOR DOINGS In her power to help him secure an
In far-away in
r education. Italy days gone ATLAS N,4,
by, there lived a little boy with
The seniors are trying to decide Lincoln was not afraid of work, his widowed mother. Little John- k
how Invitations each and It said "If
many one was you heard Abe
nie was a Very ambitious and industrious -
wants. We do not think there will felling trees you would think child, and he always The Standard. s

be as many this year as laat year there were three men at work, the helped his mother to earn their
because the depression is still on! trees came down so fast. food and! shelter, but he hoped Tire GuaranteedOne r I
The senior classes had Lincoln secured set of
English I a Blackstone -
some day go to America where
their debate In law books for YearFrigidaire
Friday assembly. fifty cents and he could get an education like oth-
"Resolved, That Interscholastic won the goal for his ambition b
and where
er boys, he could earn
Athletics as at Present. Conducted when he was admitted to the bar the I/lag so dear his mother would N............

1 '' n ot are Detrimental." In 1837. I not have to work so hard. d
1j The affirmative At the
won. Both sides Lincoln-Douglas debates,
Little did Johnnie know how
had some very good speakers.Our Lincoln won the hearts of the peo
history class has just com- ple. He became known for his soon his wish would be granted, E t
for when Johnnie twelve
) pleted a study of the Civil War and fairness, honesty, and humor was yearsold.
taken test on It and will have the When Douglas defeated Lincoln for Napoleon's tyranny was the
f 4 World War In about a month. senatorshlp, Lincoln said "I feel threatening all Italy. three year guar- ,

We are planning to sponsor a like the boy who stubbed his toe- One day when little Johnnie had anted electric
refrigerator '
"Booster"' edition of the paper. It hurt too bad to laugh, and he gone to the village on an errand for

i We will need all the help that we was too big to cry." j his mother, he noticed a auspicious '
can. get. And then some. Lincoln became President in looking man speaking to one of ;
1861 and was re-elected in 1864. the Italian generals. He was telling -

111011 FOURTH GRADE REPORT He did his best to keep the North I the general Napoleon's plans 1'Y
I and South united and War glad for capturing Italy and was bribe For sale by '
I 1 1Smith's
Andrew Griffin came back to 'when the war was ended, and the ing the general to secrecy. Y

school Monday after being out of''','slave question settled. Johnnie hastened to tell the oth

.. cao_ school a week because of sickness. I On the night of April the fourteenth er generals of what he had heard.

c. Frances Overstreet, Winton j I''< 1865 Lincoln was shot by)( They Immediately made preparations Service

Sumner, and Earl George were ab-i 'John. Wilkes Booth and died the I and gave Napoleon a great
; 1 J sent Monday. We are making al I'next morning. It was said: I surprise.As .
..; i A collection of pictures of famous '"And when the morning opened a result of Johnnie's quick StationStarke

-mETeRttAL persons who have birthdays this Heaven's gate wit and thoughtfulness Italy was
= l4 month. There passed the whitest soul a saved and Johnnie's wish was i

TA\AI'lCi.Le.-..:. Little Hazel Fields visited our nation, -knew., granted. ? Fla.J.SwrMt .

room Monday. Louise Jackson. Jessie Mae Brannen. T ...._. .... .. JI _, .


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I --Stafford Valencia has 'returnedto Galney attended the burial services P.T'' A. to Meet of Starke were visiting here Sun- R. F Carradlne was called

his home after a few days visit of William Mintz in Jacksonville The Lawtey Parenta-Teachers day.R.. New Orleans, La., WednesdT.
Association will meet at the school M. Peterson, distribution en- witness In district court y*
with his aunt and uncle of this Sunday.Mr. .
I ; -ocietr1 J place. and Mrs. Bill Baxter of auditorium Monday afternoon, Feb. gineer of the Florida, Power ALight Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carradin.k

Among those to attend the senior Jacksonville were visiting friends 13, for the election of officers. All Company of Palatka, was a son Lee, of Orange Park, ,11
Y"r' business visitor here Tuesday. visiting here
play given at Union High School and relatives here Sunday. are urged to attend. Saturday .tte

at Lake Butler last Friday afternoon Hogan Smith and children of Reward Offered' Miss Emily Kennard, .and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotke

were: Miss Elinor Redd, Rufus Sampson City, were the guests of There have been numerous rob- H. M. Snyder attended the moviesat Jacksonville have leased the

:AUXILIARY TO MEET state, city and county officers Pitts, Ernest Hewitt, Jim Redd Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan, here beries of business places here in the Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. win home and will make their,

Mr. Chapman followed with an Everett Hlgginbotham'and Mrs, Sunday. past as well as other violations of Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of ture home here.

The American Legion Auxiliary, address on "International Sym Minnie Wilds Mr: P. S."!Colson of El Paso, the law. The citizens here have the State Farm, were visiting here Mra. O. J. Phillips wag vui..

+ will hold Its regular meeting Tues pathy", proving that the artificial Aubrey Duncan of Lake Butler Texas, was visiting friends and banded together to put a stop to Saturday afternoon. at Keystone. Heights Saturday,

day-afternoon Feb. 14th at 3:00: lines of nationalism have brought was here Monday afternoon. relatives here...Tuesday.H. this pracice by offering' a rewardof I -

t I, dclock at the Legion balL about many of the evils of modern Everett Tyson, a section fore P. Galney was attending to tweny-flve dollars for the arrest

I civilization. Mr. Chapman is evidently man was here last week to have business in Starke Monday.. and conviction of persona responsible

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR well versed In history and work started on some of his prop P, A. ,Crosby- and H. B. Crosby for these acts.

RALLY economies and Is a master ,at imparting erty just east of town. Mr. Tyson were' attending to. business in Those attending Eastern Star CRATES30Cratesand I

his knowledge and apply- purchased a strip of land some Gainesville/Tuesday.. I meeting in Starke Monday eveningwere

The Christian {Endeavor rally of Ing It to present conditions. Those time' back, and last week began Mr and Mrs. O. R. Waters are : Mesdames G. A. Anderson,

North Florida was held at the who beard him were deeply impressed improvements on his land. He has the proud parents of a baby boy, E. B. Wells, J. H., Biggs, W.. C.

i Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon and members of the club a dwelling already erected. I born Saturday, January 4. Wooten and O. J. Phillips.Mr. .

at 3 o'clock with a large greatly appreciate the splendid address B. D. Andrews was a business Mr. and"Mrs. R. M. Gainey and I and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were

delegation from Lake City and he gave and hope to bear visitor to Jacksonville Wednesdayand baby were attending to business in visiting in Jacksonville Wednes- $9 50

+, .Jasper.'tr him often. while there bought the front Starke Saturday. day.Miss 1000 Cups -
Splendid addresses were made At a short business session, the part of the building of the old gin Mrs. Irene Thigpen and her : Alice Chapin of High .

by the young people and Dr. Mont- president, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, house that has long been standing mother, Mrs. Alice Oliver of Pa- Springs Is visiting here this week.

gomery of Lake City, conducted i a urged the members to observe In Raiford unoccupied. The tearing latka, were visiting the ''latter/a Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr.,

short business _Ion. The next "Florida's Out of Door Week," down of this building helped the daughter, Mr., and Mrs. B. F. Ha -

t meeting will be held in. July at Feb. 19-26. Mrs. Mlddleton and' looks of this place considerably.Ury zen, Sunday. SQUARE DANCE-

G Camp Immokalee. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright were elected G. Sapp and DeWitt Knightof 24 Ibs. Flour guaranteed SOC
delegates to the State Convention Lake Butler were business visitors THE PINES ,

:MRS WEAVER ENTERTAINS to be held in Avon Park Mar to this place Saturday after
7-10. Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. noon. NEW HAMPTON 96 Ibs. Pillsbury 4): Flour ---------_____ $2.00
Members of the We-Laka Sew J. E. Wilson were elected alter- t

''j Club were delightfully entertained I nates. Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs.. N. Wreck Here Sunday Afternoon Ml" Bui '.pp, Cor.Mr. Every Saturday Night Best Grade Western

I4r R. E. Weaver afternoon
by Tuesday Sternberg and Mrs. Frank Hoover
Late Sunday afternoon a car in .., and Mrs.. Cecil .Adams and 9 P. M. 'Till?
at her home. appointed nominating -- -- --- ----- -----
r were Bacon
1 which three men, Frank Dobbs, children of Jacksonville, were visiting pound 6c
The party room, where the committee for election of officersto I
Sid Gordor and a Mr. Burl were friends_ and relatives here Yeoman's Bros. String ,
r c$F guests were pleasantly entertained, be held in March. Mrs Glen '
riding, driven by Dobbs was struck
41 was tastefully decorated with jon-I Searing was unanimously electedto by another car as they were aboutto Sunday. Band 2 Ibs. Pure Ground Coffee __..--______.. 25t
qulls and fern arranged In bowls of the club. Mrs. Miss Elaine Andrews spent the
R membership
: cross the Lake Butler and State Best Floor and Music In Florida
week-end with Miss Elaine
and vases. The guess spent the Laura A. Davis and Mrs. Annie A. Wynnof

afternoon in playing bridge and Frazee the only surviving trustees Farm Both highway.cars were damaged and Hampton and was visiting in The! Only Place for a Good Time! 10 Bars & G Soap .. .. -25c

sewing, and at the tea hour the of the original executive committee Saturday.Mr.
several of the occupant received and Mrs M. F and MASTER'S B.tLR
Hostess served a tempting salax of the Starke Ladles ImprovementAssociation Wiggins
bruises. The car that hit Mr.Dobba' Miss Ouida Andrews were visitingMr. Hereby notice la given that under Palm Olive Beads 310c
pkgs. ___ .
course. elected and appointedMrs. and by vitrne of that certain decreeof n___ JOt
driven Mrs.
W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. O. L. car was by .. and Mrs. Ira Pinholster of foreclonure and sale made and j I
M LEGION AUXILIARY Mrs. Vonda Inman Mrs. Morris, who was enroute to the Lake City Sunday. entered hy the Hon. A. Z. Adkln., 10 Ibs. Grits or Meal________________ 15t
Haynes, State Farm.J. Judge of the Circuit Court of the
GIVES DANCE Frank Hoover and Mrs. N. D. Miss Louie Kelly waS visitingIn 21th Judicial/ Circuit of Florida In
Lake Butler Saturday.Miss .and for Bradford County, on Feb.
Wainwright to fill the vacancies R. Guynn and daughter,* Eli- 8th.. A. D. 1933 In that certain cause Best Grade Butter lb. 20c
The first of a series of social activities caused by death in the original Essie Sapp was visiting In pending In said Court between Mary -
sponsored by the American nore, were in High Springs over Jacksonville Saturday night. Adams Dlckn. a free dealer, as complainant -

": Legion Auxiliary was given Friday boardMrs.. J. L. Peek capable chair the' week-end visiting friends and Mr. Frank'MerrHt was transacting Moore, Fred, and J. Home J. M. and Moore Bllabeth, Mary Cheese,' Ib. _________________ __ 1St

V; night in the Legion homo, the party man of hostess committee with her relatives, and returned to their business in Jacksonville Sat. Home are defendants the underIsrned .

this time being a charity dance.,. members, Mrs. Q. H. Lowry, :Mrs. home here Monday. urday. .., to. the as hllthert Special, and Matter beet, bidder nhall cell for I Home Owned and Operated-Patronize 'Your
Bordeau of arrived
H. D.
Excellent music was furnished Emma Canova, Mrs., J. L. Frazee, Perry, Messrs. Harry Sapp and W. N. cash In front of the South door of
Home MerchantCarl's
by Yeoman's orchestra The here Friday morning to accept a Johns attended the'basketball the court house In city of Starke.
Mrs. Nat and Mrs. D.
t Sternberg Bradford County, Florida during thelegal
t rt 'members headed by Mrs. p served a delicious position with the Atlantlo Coast game !In Lake Butlet-Friday evening hour of sale, on Monday the
>'> '
v :Jennie J. Holtzendorf, expressed I Line railroad ID thelrf local office : (' nth day. of March A. t>: 1833. the)
salad at the close of the
course rollowlne land lying and being In
themselves as highly gratified at I. meeting > as their relief operator' during the Mr. M. L. 'Johns 'and Mr. Dave Rradford County, Florida to-wit: Cash CornerS.
a'' { the good time enjoyed by an as well i 1**'4 j strawberry season, partly as a relief Jatlln were transacting business in Commencing yardn north of
S : : Southwest of BW<4 of NEV4
helper to the present agent and .
by the large attendance. There WOODMEN CIRCLE Fridayi .- of Section 14, Township 7 South,
Pt/c/ will be round and square dance operator. J. R. Guynn, who bas Mr. and 'Mrs:\ J. L.; '''Johns was Range-It East, thence run east ala
been here some time as office helper yards to a post, thence north 1111 I
men JOHNS'phone
at the Legion hall every Friday The Starke Circle will transacting 'business in Lake Butler yards to a ditch thence East alone i R.
'night hold their regular meeting Tues will continue, and as the appointment -. and Starke Tuesday.Mr. "aid ditch Z80 feet thence northeasterly .\) .
of Mr. Bordeau makes a. along' said ditch tOO feetI
and Mrs. Grover Tedder and .
day evening, February 14, at the .
thence went SOO yard to a 45 Starke Florida
LEAGUE PARTY W. O. W. Hall. After the business total of three men nowi employedby son, Theran spent the weekendat thence north to north line of 1''t.l. ,
this here. of of said Section.
company Houston with friends.GRAHAM .
dish' will
session, a covered banquet
and Range, thence west to
Members of the Methodist be enjoyed. Each member is ask Misses Mae and Leona Bellling went corner of said NW% of NEW,
t4 J League gave1 1 a delightful party ed to bring a covered dish of food. and Ella Mae Franck of Providencewere thence: South 810. yards to point I ofcommencement.

Saturday night at the home of here Saturday afternoon and A. S. CREWS
l Mary Harriet Bishop. also visited with friends at the Special' Master. In Chancery.
Games and State Farm. KNIGHT KNIOHT. Starke. Fla.
'. caw contests were enjoy. I RAIFORD I BUMS ifclles) "'0......, c... Solicitor' for Complainant.
1 ed throughout the evening at them Mr. and Mrs. Drew C.. Sweat Z-10-4t-I-S.

cl o.e v.ft' w hl c b, th e guestswere spent the week-end over In Provi-
served a delicious salad course and I Red Kerce, Cor. I deuce with friends. Mrs. Sweat : AfopdySulllvanMr. NOTICE Of ELECTION:: I FLYSATURDAY

'punch. .*. was formerly .a .school teacher Luther M. 'Moody of La- ny'the- power" vested In' them by
the laws of Florida the Board of3ubllc.
*" Those present were: Carol White, Loading Platform to Be CompletedThis there. Crosse.Waldo'and1 Miss Lucille Sullivanof Instruction of Bradford County
were married last Sunday calls an election to be held at
Edna Pearce, Katie Fugate, Lora Week the followingnamed places. on
T V Miller Frazee, Lillian Virginia Carpenter crew men of the A. Feb. 3"at 10:30: a. m., by the March 14th. 1033 for the purposeof
Stump C. L. Railroad arrived here last Rev, L; D. Johns, at his home. electing three trustee each, and
Fugate, Alkay Carlisle, Billy BROOKER Only a few intimate friends were determining the mlllanrej, to be assessed -
Wednesday to begin work on the In each district.
e+ Taylor, Billy Long Billy Powell, ,
present For -the purpose of holding said SUNDAY
extension of the present loading
i, Buddy Bishop, S. O. Denmark, Mies Van Oalsiey. c. election the managers.. are a* fol-
1s shed. Mrs. T. W Shuler of Ralford Iowa:
Mrs. was
3 Bitch and Mrs. Olson.
nistrlet No.1. Th..a.-O. W.
t e I The crew of eight ben began I Mrs. L. D. Polk' attending to business In Graham Hlnson. Albert Sullivan and Cleve- !

W. ftf. S. CIRCLES MET work here immediately, and they after are their expectedto arrival Friends of Mrs. L. D. >oiiC. 41, Tuesday.. : and District Sullivan Nn. ft. Starke-L. n. February llth and 12th 1933

i MONDAY ,AFTERNOON will regret to learn of her1'death Rev. and Mrs. Butler and two Green J. C. Roblnaon and Dr. Mid. ,
finish some time this week. children and Misses Mattie Norman dleton.
-- at her home here Monday morning
shed District No. 6. Lawtey '- R. R.
wnirprovlde' ATJones'
The extension
e' The circles of the Woman's Missionary : at 10 o'clock, after a long Illness I and Eva Smith attended the Sprat- Thede, J. S, Austin and ,Jam.. Ro- -
twice the length of;the one now
Society of the She born here 31 ing-Norri wedding-,8.1,Lake But. ler.
E Methodist was January ,
II-J' 8.
four-car Dlstrlct No. Norman.
standing, and give a J'I
Church met Monday afternoon and 1891, and was a member of the er Sunday. M. Hosier and D. Carter. Field 13
held their February meeting. loading space. nt Missionary Baptist Chureb.. Surviving Services afthe Christian church District No. 1 -Oeo. Cone, W T.I J on Highway
A four foot extension ill fJSo being Crosby and Harley McTtae.. I
.are her, husband; two last Sunday were .well attendedand W. t'. MANNING. Chairman. ,
added to the front side of the
boa'j daughters Audrey and Lorena both sermons .were enjoyed by A. .T. riRIFFIS. Secretary. 1-2 Mile South of City
old shed's roof edge, as well as the Z-lO-Gt-S-10.
meeting was prided over by Mrs. This will keep rain and Polk, and one son, ClItton,. all of alL' .i. &IUI&.- j
t" A., Wood, assistant circle leader. new one. Brooker; her father, Frank Fowlerof We are glad to report thatDeWitt : MASTUIfS SALE
t'' The theme of the worship service sunshine out and will be a great Brooker, four sisters, Mrs. Zonie Starling is much Improvedat Hereby. notice Is given tnnt under PASSENGER FLIGHTS-SIGHTSEEING
help to the buyers In rainy weather. and hy virtue of that certain final
was "Life's Supreme Objective," Bailey of Plant City, Mrs. Doahia this writing. decree of foreclosure and tale of

' and the topic for the program was Prescott of Brooker, Mrs. Amerine Mr. and Mra. Lucian Thomas and the February Honorable 7th A.A.D.Z.1933 Adklns entered, Judge by I TOURS IN GOVERNMENT LICENSED

i "Life at Scarrltt College.." During Big Drop In the Shipment .of Gynne and Mrs. Mandy Minton, of friends of Sampson City, were visiting In that certain cane of T. C. Crawford -
the social half hour the hostess, assisted Strawberries Plant City; one brother, Mr..Leon- Miss Thelma Wynn Sunday.EVERGREEN as complainant vs. Flossie' Matthews -, PLANES
: et ai, as defendants pending
by her daughters, Misses The strawberry movement from and Fowler of Brooker, besides a In the Circuit Court of Bradford
:Madge and Hazel and County, Florida In Chancery the
Middleton, served here the past week fell short a tout of other relatives
undersigned Special will sell
dainty refreshments. little from what was expected riends. to the highest bidder for cash In
Mrs. L. A. Pavla and Mrs. W. P. judging from week before last Funeral services were held at 'ront of the South door of the courthouse Reduced Rates-$1 Per Person
In of
city Starke. Bradford
'' Smith were, hostesses to circle shipments Deadon Church Tuesday 'morning II.... "..' A. Rvsler, Co.. f'ounty. Florida, on Monday, the *th
i number two, 'at the home of the But prices show a slight Increaseper at 10 o'clock. Pallbearers were: day of March A. D. 1933 during
former Mrs. L. D. Vining circle Q. H. Parker B. F. Hazen, C. S. ... the legal,. hours of sale, the following
crate. Three cars were loaded Mr and Mrs .J. Q. Rosier and described real estate lying and being .
k ? leader, presided over the business the past week containing 183,,196 Kelley, J. D. Baxter L. R. and R. children and Mrs. Heater Sapp In Bradford County, Florida, to-

ti'u" t' cession and outlined some plans for and 210 crates of berries. Twenty ..1. Gainey. Interment was madeIn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. wit Rant; half nf 8EVi of Section 5.

the year's work. Mrs E. K. Per- crates were shipped by express and the family lot at Dedan cem- A. B. Rosier In Greenwood Township 5 South, Range tl East,

ryman conduced the devotional ser 133 by truck, or a total of 23.T)2 etery. The DeWitt C. Jones Company &: E. Rosier was a visitor to of except NEW\ I of acres SKH.'.\In Northwest corner

.1 vice and taking part on the program quarts, a decrease of 1,033 under was In Charge of arrange-. Jacksonville Sunday, ; Also. the West. acres of SWVi of STRAWBERRY PICKERS'

e SFr were Mrs. M. E. Edwardsand last week. ments. MlseiLubWe'Crawford returned IWV4 South, In Range Section 22 East.B, Township 6

:Mrs. J. W. White. At the Several ht rains that came the home Thursday, after spending the .' A. S. CREWS

r r'' close served of the meeting the hostesses I i latter part of the week caused a I P. T. A. Pie Social past few--,weeks with her sister, KNIOHT Special ft KNIGHT Master, Starke.In. Chancery.Fla.

e light refreshments. skip of pick-days which.accounts: The program at this social held Mrs. Jerry Dryden at Palm Valley. Solicitors for Complainant.

-'*_ I for the slight decrease. Wednesday of last week was as Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Crews and 3-10.4.3-3 TICKETS

WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS ollowsi: Leonard Crews;'were'vlaltlng here RANK STATEMENT

INTERESTING MEETING Reports Sale of Fine Leghorn Hen Piano selection, Miss Mary Alice Sunday. I

EL W Tompkins, Raiford's own Cahoon; Cornet Ortho Matheny; Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele were Bank Report of Starke.of the at condition Starke. Fla.of ,the in

The Woman's Club met Wednesday poultryman reported %-the sale of "Daddy's Valentine", Janie Mae visitors to Starke Saturday after-I the State of Florida at the close of

f afternoon In the club rooms 150 White Leghorn bent to Clcens Quarrels "Poor noon. business December 31. 1933.
; Papa, song third n...........
tor their regular monthly meeting. Flower Garden Co., of Gainesville and 4th grade girls; "A Smack In Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch Loans and Discounts$14J.03S.7

I Baskets of Azaleas and dogwood one day last week. School," Ortho Matheny: Dumbbell were ,visiting here Sunday I after- Overdrafts United State MM.--Bonds .____. 3,000.00 111.19 ,$2.00 Per Thousand

'Were used in decorating. A beautiful Mr. Tompkins did not make Drill, ninth grade girls; Pan. noon. bounty and Municipal

;' I centerpiece of narcissi and ago known the price received for his; omlne "And the Lamp Went Out", Mr. and Mrs. Scheme Rosier and .Bonds __________. 94 500.00
b eratum graced the table at which Hock, but did say that it was a ninth grade pupils. children and W. J. Reynolds were I State Texas deposted for Stockholders with

the officers presided. "mlddlin' price for these times. The above program ushered in a visiting Mr. and Mrs Marion Carter Reserve Fund 3,000.00

,.' The meeting was opened by the -, most successful evening's entertainment Sunday"nlgflt. Banking Fixtures:House,_Furnitureand ____. T.800.00 25c Each Additional
repetition In unison of the club An oyster supper was given at which was the last of In Memoriam Other Real Estate Owned 29.191.20 Change

r% collect, saluting of the flag and the the home of Felton Moore last Saturday the seasol1'&!yeD by the local P. T. Marion R.' Crews Infant son of Claims?ah on A Hand Other and Resources Due 2,850.07

r Ringing of "America the Beauti- night. Many of the youngerset A. The attendance was unusually Mr.i and MrL'Frank .Crews who from Banks ____?__ I0.55I.S

h'h'a ful" Regardless of the Inclemency were there and the)"all seemed good; and a neat sum was realized, died January Proflt.Documentary and Loss Stamps_____.___ ._ 9.334.58 26.00
of the weather a good delegation I to the He has taken his ';
C enjoy evening. which will be used for the benefitof long journey,
tn of members and visitors was present I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite of Lake the school's various needs.. On that beautiful ship called rest Total _-_-"'__ __--.1315,11e,

t db to welcome the two speakers I I f Butler were here Saturday after. During the evening an oyster I. Away from this world of sorrows, Capital !Stock! LUkllHIesi Paid In __f 15,000.00 '. AttheTELECAPH
of the afternoon, Mrs. H. A. Surplus Fund ___. __
Gray noon as the guests of relatives. upper was served, and coffee, a home of eternal rest. w 19,000.00 -

y of Lake City, vice president of Section C. F. Rivers of Lake Butler was andy and valentines were for sale. We have only your, memory dear Stockholders Reserve Statutory Fund _Liability 8,000.00 .. ..

Four of Florida Federation of hero last Monday afternoon bird Thirty-five pies, decorated MarionTo Deposits ___-__---___ 199,620.89 '
r f, Women's Clubs and Mr. L. F. beautifully Notes and Kills Rediscounted -
D Chap. hunting were brgugjjtjby! the ladies. treasure otlr whole life throughBut ___ 19,493.01Total
:y I man, superintendent of the State Mrs. John Denmark and little These It's sweetness will last forever
were auctioned off
:1 by
: Farm. Mrs. Gray spoke on the daughter, of St. Augustine were MJn%'., Croover in'his usual able As we cherish our memory of ;you. Stat. of_Florida_. County_____131 of ,113.9 Brad-

fh t duties of the club organization here Wednesday as the guests of maniKr.: and all thought this devla. .-.. ford, S3.: : OFFICEy
urging that a high rate of efficiency her sister, and lather Mrs. Ed Ion I. R..I. Davis Cashier of the
from the usual bo
social quitea above-named
s, be attained in all Bank solemnly
depart Yelvington and W. M. Whitten. good Idea. wear that the above statement Is .
a. ments. Emphasis was laid upon A. C. Strickland of Lake Butler Those In' LAWTEY' true to the best of my knowledgeand ,
( the conservation of "charge of the affair belief, and'that It Is in re. .
; 19 ural beauties and its bird life. nat.The last was week.a business' .visitor- ,-to" this.place, were; Mrs. 0. E, ,McCauley oysters o. j..rumps cor., .the. Comptroller... to official:, notice of the to) report State by ofFlorida -,.- :441 5Jarrrrr.i.

to speaker urged the ;' Mrs-Tbelma-Myers, coffee; : .
; organization of B. D. Browning, who has been Miss Mary Alice Cahoon, Valentines .n.'';. ''0&''.,' Cashier Phone 29
study classes ladle Aid
and .
CO departmental Meeting ,
attending school at Sebrtng. returned Miss .CORRECT: ATTEST t
,work In every club. Welfare work ; zen Walts Candy; Mrs Effte MiDer-.mtntalMd the B..B. MATTHKW8.!
% 80 here last Sunday to his Mrs. R. E. M.
Thorp, Program; A. DARBY,
r was stressed members
and the of the Ladles Aid
; i study of the home with his sister, Mrs. Willie .. Societyof JOHN ITOLOW. DirectorsSubscribed :
"I .pies and! accomplishments of Carter. Grace M. E. Church at her and sworn to beforeme
r Mr: and' :Mrs. U"R.'and R. M. home her*' nt<1ay'atternOOD. l this 14th day of January, 1933. I Ir
B. K. McRAE, Notary Public

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I .. -mAY- > FEBRUARY, 10. 1S83 .. .. StARKE.' ; _FLORIDA___;_._c.;. _. _._ .__ _.. ... .._, -- ___ .. __u .., ...... !
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--- --- I GULF GETS CONTRACT hereby issue this proclamation designating I he did not name them. It Is reported KINOSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Lake Worth Clark Dredging' '
Co. Miami, received $186,784 con
FOR CITY GASOLINE the week of February 19: here that among; Mr. Mur- -
S. L. There will be services at Kings- tract for dredging channel from
to 26 as Outdoor Florida Week, claugh's friends la Senator I
don'tknow ley Lake Sunday, Feb 12. Everybody north to south limits of city. ;
(Continued from page 1.) and In connection therewith earnestly Uilland of Bartow and if you f
Bits of city council, stating that he would requests all the people of this what senatorial courtesy is, welcome. i r''
:c make 1933 assesment roll for the commonwealth to join with those well it means that if your own senator J. L. Sllcox. Clerk.SCHOOL Plant City -, Improvements be- '; + '
movement In order ia with there is not muchto i made on Reynolds street.
amount of ,$125.00. Matter was sponsoring: this you NEWS ing a
r taken under consideration until that Florida's beautiful lakes, riv- worry about the rest of the senate .

Nev next meeting city council. ers, streams, beaches, woods, voting the came l way In removal Note: We forgot to mention
, I Motion made by T. N. Kendrick springs and wild life be properly cases Maurice Morgan's fine playing In
to reduce insurance on fixtures in, presented to the people,not only of And then there Is the Jefferson the basketball last
Concerning Oar People, Butinttt and office: of city clerk from $500 to the United States, but foreign county case of Former' Sheriff week.girls' games l

Progress of the County and Town. $250, ordering bill paid when received. countries as well. And I do further Grover Allman, who Is supposedto .
visitorsto be slated for a shell fish com- .
: Motion was seconded by urge all our people our ,
P. M. Barefoot Motion carried._. enjoy to the fullest extent these mission job under the new commissioner NOTICE : c. .
: The following bills were ordered natural resources and beauties for George W. Davis. It seems -
paid: recreational BAd'i II health purposes.In that the new. sheriff and former I will be at the following named
Mr. R. R. Thede of a Bank of Starke, pay rolls, 1167- witness whereof, 1 have here- legislator, Lamar Sledge do not places on the dates mentioned Insurance Companies

a business visitor here 40; H. U Brownlee, bond trustee, with set my hand and caused to be like this 'but Senator S. D. Clark therein for the purpose of receiv- Fought Fires
$2.:>0; D. A. Montteth, bond trustee affixed the Great Seal of the Stateof and Representative. B. Bishop' ing tax returns for the' year, 1933.It ,
A. I. Green of Brooker $2.00; R. J. Davis, bond trustee Florida on thIS the 23rd day of do. Sheriff Sledge was an ardent is very Important that all

Starke the first of the $2; G. W. Alderman,, councilman January; A. D. 1933. Sholts supporter but It Is under- parties owning taxable property a.d.-...--..--'Y.......;.,..
$200; O. L. Beasley, council- (Attest): "TDave Sholts, stood that it has been settled the make returns, as the law requires -.-. .......... lase -..... ...
Alvarez baa _..-p.l.._...,... /Mt.r
Mr. Errol man, $2.00; T. N. Kendrick councilman R. A. Gray Governor other way. all lands not returned by the own- e.--n..w .ti i...
his home for several days $2.00; P. M. Barefoot, Secretary of State Down In Lee county J. R. Barnes er, agent, or occupant to be assessed _1___.._.... ......_
reported improving.Dr. councilman, $2.00; W. M. Edwards, '. of Bonita, who was slated to hold Unknown.New iny.e-

$2.00; R. C. Buford, fire chief, $4; his job has been retired and B. L. River, Feb. 20, 9 o'clock a 1..diy I",.,...,..t--' b, ...... M
and Mrs. O. I.. James SHOLTZ IS SHOWING fimtth who was listed as retired m till 12 o'clock. ......_.-d...w r..k. ew r.
Chas. ,fireman, $2.00
Darby ; STRAIN .. .ktra. We..ww.
Sonny Haynes were in Lewis, fireman, $2.00; Calvin FIRST SIGNS OFFICE has been retained as game warden. Brooker. Feb. 20, 12 o'clock noon w .e-w.1 .M ...'..N e..e.ds er..Is' a... ,
ville Friday.Mr. I a Johns, fireman, $2.00; Merrill Mc- SINCE ENTERING Messrs. Holland McCormick and till 4 o'clock p. m. a.-..e awl.dnw: a,.

Millan, fireman, $2.00; Austin Carl Hanton, who were visitors at Graham, Feb. 20, 4 o'clock P'I LIT US INtUlC YOUIHAROLD
and Mrs. Paul Wlnkler, fireman, $2.00; Louie (By John Kilgore) the capital last week suggested It. m., till 6 o'clock p. m.
eon Paul HI, were in These are just some of the small Theressa, Feb. 21, 12 o'clock 'c. WALL ,
Kahr, Jr., fireman, $2.00; Eldredge Tallahassee, Feb. 1. For the /
ville Tuesday. Robinson, fireman, $2.00; Julian L. t day, matters that keep Gov. Sholta oc- noon; till S o'clock p. m. INSURANCE
first time since inauguration cupied. He has some big problems Hampton, Feb. 21, 2 o'clock p.
Peek, Jr., fireman $2.00; J. T. Sholtz"Is' beginning to FLORIDA
M. Darby and Gov. Dave and It Is little 5 o'clock m. STAKKE.
Mrs. A. Edward too so won- rn. till p
fireman, $1.00
Grlffla ; strain. Hastily
Darby spent Tuesday in W. R. Tatum. show signs of der that his nerves are drawn almost Lawtey, Feb. 23, 1 o'clock p. m.
Hall, fireman, $100; ,
Insistent delegations
guests of Mrs. D. C. Jones. eaten meals, as taut as the Q-strlng "n a till 5 o'clock p. m. Aiithortznd.. Agentfor
: fireman $1.00; Tommle Williams, I from without'and within, I lUll
pressure fiddle. Starke Feb. 25, all day.I .
Standard Oil Co., ,
fireman. .$1.00; details piling upfloods: of correspondence -
Mrs. Leonie of Eccles gasoline and oil, $20.00; Carl Johns, ;; ,njb seekers, rush, rush .nnn._ urge otherwise all tax payers lands to make will O. C. WALLER
Frank Camp license for city truck, $2.:>6; Quig- and more rush are taking their toll CARI1 OF THANKSTo returns your Jtulttnnla, Ark.
Mrs. E. M. Johna aaaeemcd unknown, as the
guests of ley & Davis, lumber, etc., $1.38, In frayed nerves.I'.rcentage. probably Improved\ WesternMissionarn
N. Walnwrlght,
law requires.
Starke Telephone Co., telephone, of EnemlrsAnd the many friends who Iv! generously -i Tax Assessor Straw
Mr. Gerald Middleton $3.50; Smith's Service Station, repairing then too, Gov. Sholtz is discovering gave their service and as-
Sunday from Jacksonville tire, $2.00; American La- what all governors before sistance during the recent illness berry Plants
had spent the past two France Co., buckets and acid for him have 'discovered. No matter and! death of our brother, Clarence) INSURE WITH Sao Me for i
fire dept., $25.19; W. W. Baisden, what you do; Its wrong. This was D. Mari, and for the beautiful Gulf Life insuranceCompany Special PricesD.W.MOORE
Mrs. G. A. Anderson of feeding and caring for prisoners, stated In another way by the former floral offerings, we wish to express
visited her mother, $14.00; J. W. Andrews Jr.,, repairson governor who said that the our heartfelt thanks and appreciation. -

Epperson Wednesday truck $4.72; W. E. Thornton, filling of each appointment made N. D WAINWUIGHT JR.
salary and fees, $81.00; A. L. Al- 100 enemies and one ingrate. If :. The Marr Family Local Representative t'ltk' VIorldu r.'

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and varez, salary and fee, $104.00; W. this still holds good, and perhaps *
E. Middleton.i mayor fees, $10.00; : Jessie. B. and N. H. Ledford cur--
Johns are spending it does in some Instances per- ; ll.,
Gainesville.Mrs. Carl Johns,' salary, $60.00; Harold centage of enemies haa gone up In chd--fr; ;: west of A. L. Anvil '
C. Wall Insurance of fixtures. adverse ratio to the decline In home, known as old Sumner farm.
I -Dade City Banner NOTICE I
O. L. Beasley 'I employment. "
Wilson and Mrs. A. Z. DR. CHARLES GRAY DIES Governor ,8h'o %, had Just heard GROWERS'
guests Tuesday of Mrs. L. LAST WEEK IN TRENTON the delegation or rather. delegations How Doctors'freat MEMBERS OF THE LAWTEY ;

man at the State Farm.. of hoteloperators. Now It UNION ,
Funeral services for Dr. Charles seems thatjn aay ,hotel men were 'Colds and Coughs J. Bert Moritz Co., Inc., Washington St.. Now York
Mr. and Mrs '1. R. R. 42, of Trenton, son of Mrs. Sholz supporters and be. would and and
Gray, To break up 'a cnld overnight will handle Strawberries on Consignment y'
"City your
son of Jacksonville, are G. H. L. Gray, Sr., of Gainesville, who probably be lrvcJt I "' ed to bend an attentive the ccmgmtlon that makes you
relieve saving
Mrs. Boring's parents, Mr direction but will not charge you but 7% Commission, thereby
: was found dead in his bed at Tren- ear Ia their cough! tboubu J. W. Andrews. I ton Wednesday of last week, were when they descended upon the ex- now- TTCOtnmending C.altab.: the .yep the 3% Commission usually paid to the' 'local' a .
conducted last Thursday afternoon ecutive sanctum they had split Into nanseilen calomel compound tablets handle 3500( cam yearly and are rated
Mrs. W. H. Green, some wanting the effects of calomel and Agents. They
from the Gray residence.His the pros and the cons that give you
at the unpleasant effect A. A. A. A., which Is the very beet. If you
went a major operation death was caused by a heart abolishment of the hotel com- salts without $100,000.00
erside hospital in E. attack and was entirely unexpected. mission and others dead against it. otOne with haven't joined the Union join now. No dues other

Tuesday, Is reastlng I Following an attack: of flu on That probably worries the governor a flata or of two sweet CaloUb milk or it water bedtime Nest charges will be assessed or collected this year.' All

Tuesday, he went to his room to : some. I hall Tanuhed,
cold jour
morning your <<
Mrs. J. W. Klncald of 9:30 o'clock in the morning The automobile e tag situation and ncrvices free. l
A. rest about : system Is thoroughly purified< you
burg, Ky., was the and left word for his servantto undoubtedly contributes to his unease are feeling One with a hearty appetite
sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley call him about noon. When the too. Lacking authority to for brenkfast. Eat what you web,- J L Harrell Lawtey Fla.

eral days this week.Mrs. servant went to wake him up, he remit penalties'after February 1,, no danger.Calotabs. .
wtth telegrams, the are sold i.. lOc and 35c:; ., .
and besieged ,
had passed away, presumably
packages at drug .tores. (Adv)
JT1EpperBon pnly suggesllon"'iJ de to the governor -
G. A. Anderson motored & his sleep. which offered hope of relief .. -- j
Dr. Gray had been a prominent any -- -- --- -- .= .
sonville Saturday and physician In Sumner and Trenton for the motorist this year was --

day. s since his graduation from the Uni- that he could reduce the fees

vlrslty of Chicago, and was known charged by tag agents from SO
Mrs. T. W. Brewton throughout this section of the cents to two bits. But that wouldn'tbe
Gwinette of Groveland, State and in medical circles in enough of a saving to permit
guests of Mrs. Florida, especially for his ability as anyone otherwise unable to buy a
and sister-in-law, Mr. I a
a diagnostician.:
C. Robinson Thursday [ During his adult life, Dr. Gray Reaction In'Polk TiplopCrocery \
: worked under the handicap of complete Removal of J. P. Murdaugh as
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 1'0 deafness. He lout his hear- tax collector of Polk county has
Miss Isabel Fernandez ing while a freshman in medical had a reaction. Friends of Mr.
Gainesville Sunday to college In Atlanta, but resolved Murdaugh content'that the alleged r
concert given by the !''!, that this would not retard his shortage in his funds"was occas-

Symphony orchestra., in progress In his chosen profession.In ioned by bank failures while others STARKE FLORIDA FEBRUARY 10TH 1 AND 11.
the remainder of his college i raise'the legal objection that an ,
Lester Price Robinson be .removed In one ,
I career he had the lectures of his 'official cannot >
to the University of professors transcribed by a steno- .term for an offense charged to have. "REGARDLESS THE COST SAYS HOWELL" ;

Gainesville Sunday i .grapher, and from these he prepared : been committed in a previous term. .
spending his I his work. The present term began January 8 r, f
tion with his parents, Mr. Perhaps It was his deafness that and Mr. Murdaugh wa reelectedby Daisy Pure Creamery Fr- Ilershey's Cane
J. C. Robinson. and enabled him to develop a keen a nice majority over a field of --,7.- ,_
Democrats and a Republican, with 5 Ibs. -20c Lt
sense of touch,' to which-coupled lb.19c Sugar
The Ladles with an exceptional intellect-his the shortage Issue raised in th. Butter ,
Church will Sholtz said the ,
Presbyterian fellow physicians attributed his camp gn. Gov
their husbands at a Mr. causes of removal, referred to facetiously Is
next Tuesday evening, and success Officiating in diagnostics.at the funeral was In state house circles as the No. 2 Can Maps 17ellone) # Rest Cocoa CastleTomatoes

the home of Mr. and and Feasance twins, MIss: and her
Dr. Richard J. Broylea pastor A Toilet
Young. Rev. Don Cooke, student pastor of brother Mal, were continuing and a Tr Soap
term, but r
First Methodist Church. Dr. Gray extended Into present

Miss Mary Martha was a Methodist. Interment was .. 25c '
bars lOcOnions
Edna Corbett and W.: made In Evergreen cemetery.Dr. cans - ow I rf

Brought of Jasper, of Gray, a native of Pinebloom, FLORIDA

Christian the afternoon.Presbyterian Endeavor : are af. Ga.dents family, moved of In Starke 1905 to: Florida for they a were number with resi-his of GAINESY)1'THEpTRE' FLA. 5 Ibs. l JOe 25c Lb.Matches, 3 lOc' ;,:{4 f fI

years about the time he was study- .

M.Circle S. will: No.meet 3 at of the the Ing for his medical degree.He a. 5c Just A 7Aau//// Peas No. 1 5c k
J. E. Wilson Monday is survived ,by his mother, PROGRAM WEEK FEB. TII Salt 2 for : can :
Mrs. H. L. Gray Sr. and one slater, :1.
3 o'clock. Leader, Mrs Mrs. Donald Morrlsion, of Gainesville t.. u I Peaches, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans 25c : mj
mond. AU members of and by three brothers, Rob- THURSDAY & FRIDAY ,
are urged to be present.Mr. ert F, Gray. and H. L. Gray "FAREWELL TO ARMS" Best White Bacon, lb. 6c Pineapple, 2 No. 2 cans 25c I !'

Gainesville, and Herbert W. Gray, With Northern Beans, 5 lbs -- 20c t\ j

w.......... and Texas Mrs.. are W.....C.,,,' WacahootaPGov. GARY COOPER AND 55c Navy Deans, 5 Ibs. 15c \ 1
time; here. Mr.: M'n.- :' SIIOLTZ PROCLAIMS IIEI.EN HAYES True Love Prince Albert, 2 cans _._ 25e >\" q?

duce broker and ex OUTDOOR FLORIDA WEEK Snuff, 3 cans -. ----- 25c I : '
ber of trucks from this 8ATt1RDAYWILLLM IOlbs.25c 25c I I: 't
JUule 2
Rice Brown plugs
Grain -- -
markets cities In the In New North.York my Whereas attention, It that has been the Florida brought federation to- MADGE EVANS Sib.. 15c All 5c Tobacco, 6 pkgs. -_ 25c

of Women's Clubs Is plan- In"FAST All ISc Cigarettes, 2 pkgs. 25c w J

GENT A the- ural ning resources to emphasize of the the State many of Flor-nat- LIFE" Soap or Powder lOf or 25c Qt. Mustard -- '.'-' 15c 15c : I J.)

Pickles )
of Outdoor Qt. -
ida through the medium an MONDAY (On the Stage)
not Florida Week, February 19th "BROADWAY''VANITIES OF 14 oz. Catsup We15c :: .
lard 3 Ibs. .
to the 26th; and 19SS- 32 oz. Jelly __ .
this Whereas the Federation la urging -
FOR ole SALE Onion-Plants.Louisiana all. its Individual groups and On tile Screen 25c Vanilla for 20c with Free I : t
of whatever 15c
Bert WaIL all nature other to organizations Join the observance of "HARD TO HANDLE" Best Grade Cheese, Chance on Tea Set .

the Outdoor Florida Week for the With

noon tion The will at three meet o'clock- in purpose this tention commonwealth to of the calling many: widespread for advantages the sportsmen at-of JAMES MARY CAGNEY liliANTL'ESDAY AND Macaroni, 3 pkgs.! lOc Grits or Meal. 10 Ibs. -1 Sc '1I

auditorium the beauty lovtr and those WEDNESDAYAL I,. t,

FOR place acres SALE-Or-of 4 land room or seeking the Whereas Federation health, it and U to the recreation call Intention upon; and all of I'I I! "HALLELUJAH JOLSON'IN I'M A BUM" Celery, each 5c Pepper, 3 forI lOc l Coffee 2 Ibs. 25c I !I

these organizations to arrange

Fla.Inquire. :Mike suitable observance program of 'the for week the that proper the I'' FEBRUARY: INTERLUDUE"NOBMA 16-17 Apples,-doz.19c Peanut B. Ik lOc No. 1 Irish 10 Pounds Potatoes ISc .. /

widest dissemination: of Florida's "STRANGE .

STOP get your AT WHITE'S spring natural resource and beauties be "UJa FREE SANDWICHES OF PAPPY'S PRODUCTS : .
given to the world; SHEARER AND 1!

eeds. Northern Therefore, I, David Sholtz. Governor CLARKE GABLE .. _. .- .. .--- - .: -
Also sl --
grown. -'--
of the,State cf Florida, do
and cups. Prices I ,

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the city. The officials visits I
7.1 ./ -' t lras.t ted more than :50 persons,
.lrfOea./Aa. a ,
PROGRAM"The """,,- about
ItfarA' HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES! WRUF FARM halt of whom were negroes
1 Voice of Florida" -

f I[Weekly from Horn Demonstration I Miami William T

FARMERS SECTIONConducted Specialist TaUahrweaRECIPES t LIVE STATE NEWS Swarthmore, Pa., writer and Ellis tray,
1 .:i i Gainesville, Fla.-Principal topics eler, told the exclusive commituJ
the Florida
to be discussed during
by Demonstration Agents FOR LIVER Farm Hour over WRUF 12 to News of Florida in Short Paragraphs of one hundred world here that ''we are
nearer a war today!
12:45 EST, each day next week,, than
In 1914. "The far eastern !
J} Liver Is a nutritious food and the I Include the following: ments," he said, "are Involving move.

_. __", cheaper kinds are very Inexpensive Sat.. Feb. II-Florida Farm __AI- _._ __ --J entire world. Wo have the
!i fd rto"' Editorial .w- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- made the
News and Hints. Farm
especially is Uver rich in minerals,, world n neighborhood, but we
BETTER FARM LIVING HOME PEAR TREES proteins, and vitamins. Thus,,, Snapshots. Winter Haven When a Seminole Tallahassee Fulfilling a promise -I failed to make it a brotherhOOd have i
SIIOULD BE PRIMARY ARE FINE MONUMENTTO nutrition specialists suggest it as I, Mon., Feb. Forestalling Citrus Indian couple was married made at the time he inspected, This condition of unfriendliness

OBJECT OF FARMING COUNTY AGENT one of the most valuable kinds of Aphid Injury-J. R. Watson.and here the ceremony consisted of the state hospital at Chattahoochee -; among nations is the first station

meats. Citrus Grove Management standing in front of the chief of that he Intended doing some- this side of hell.

What Is the end of it all In farm Crestvlew, Fla. -Bearing pear Broiled Liver Fertilization in Marlon CountyC. the tribe, all In silence, for fifteen thing for the "poor souls" con- I'
} ing, or In any other line of work, trees on more than two-thirds of To broil liver, put It In slices 1-4 H. Norton. minutes. fined there, Governor Dave Sholtz
anyway? Is it primarily to make the farms of Okaloosa County inch thick, and wipe them with a Tues., Feb. 14-.Cabbage InsectsJ. has received authorization from Miami An 18-year-old negro r
R. Watson. The Loon Coun- caddy was beaten to death
to former cloth. Place on a greased of state In what
money 1There stand as a monument\ damp The board of the board of commissioners u
Is more to farming than County Agent R. J. Hart, who died! baking sheet or broiling rack and ty Curb Market G. C. Hodge. Tallahassee to I institutions for the installation of police describe as a free-for-all
making money by running a farm. neat here recently at the age of put under the flame of the broil- Wed., Feb. 15-Pruning Florida commissioners Commissioner decided Nathan appoint a master radio receiving set at the :, fight between a dozen white and
Ornamentals G. H. Blackmon. caddies at the
negro West
Broil slowly for eightto Flag-
The primary object of better farm 67. Ing oven. state hospital.
ing and better marketing of farm Realizing the lack of home 10 minutes, turning frequently. Primer for Town Farmers. the Job of selecting uniforms for I let golf course here. Officer Ray

products should be to make it pas grown fruits in the County, in the When the liver loses its red color it Thurs., Feb Preparing to guards at state prison. The guards I Sullivan of the police emergency
Feed and Pasture Cattle-W. J, must pay for the uniforms. Tampa-Starting squad was told the
done. Add salt and simultaneous-I fight began
sible for the farmer and his family winter of 1924-25 County Agent Is pepper in
t to live better. Better living means Hart started an intensive campaignto melted butter, and serve at once. Sheely. The Value of Good Bullsto ly in various parts I an argument over five cents. James
more attractive farm homes more set pineapple pear trees on every U\er-Rlc Loaf Escambla County-E. P. Scott. Tallahassee The Florida supreme federal prohibition agents swept' Dean was the caddy who was killed .

conveniences In these homes, better farm. During that and the next Cook 1.2 cupful of rice until ten Growing Healthy Pigs in Jefferson court has held that newspapers through Tampa speakeasies and Four negroes and three white
restaurants in series of raids and
: schools, better churches, better winter planting season he super- der, letting It absorb the water In County-1C. H. Finlayson. are not necessarily guilty of a I boys were arrested. Both groups
roads, better communities, and vised the cooperative purchase and which It boiled. Sprinkle 1 poundof Fri, Feb. 17-Importance of libel when they publish Incorrect arersted 44 persons. The> raids told police they fought in self de.
made after evidence of liquor
many other things that help to setting of 3,600 pear trees. Though sliced liver with salt and flour, Clean Brooder Houses-Dr. E. F. dispatches received from press associations were fense.
sales had been obtained under-
make life In the open country more that was a large number of trees and fry In fat for three minutes. Thomas. A pasture and Grazing engaged in gatheringand by
enjoyable.Too for home use to set on 873 farmsIn Remove the liver and grind or chop Program for Florida Dairymen distributing news. cover Investigators. The officers West Palm Beach-Suapenalon
much stress has been laid on the county, it has only servedas It very fine. Cook 1 cupful celery, Hamlin L. Brown. :: said they posed a* "customers" to of all the functions of government

'd' the material side of farming and a nucleus for home pear orch- 1 small onion, and 1.... cupful parsley Gainesville In answer to a gain entrance to four downtown except the absolute essentials such

too little thought bas been given all chopped fine, in the liver Start the crop-year by subscribing popular demand, the University of clubs. as police fire and health protectionwas

i to the fact that the basis of agriculture ards.Recently 100 questionnaires were fat, add a little flour and a cupfulof to your home-town paper anda Florida will offer a course In practical ,. considered recently by the city
is the farm home. Too sent to farm families picked at tomatoes, and stir briskly until good farm journal.Jacksonville navigation and aviation dur- Stuart-They are going to move commissioners who are without

many economists have reached the random over the County, by J. Lee thickened. Mix all of the IngredIents ing the second semester of the cur- the Citizens Bank of Okeechobee funds with which to pay employesand

conclusion that the only way to Smith, district extension agent. until thoroughly blended and Governor Sholtz, rent school year, which opened Sat- to Stuart and call it the Citizens are restrained by the courts
'I farm successfully Is to place the Forty-four returned these questionnaires bake for about 30 minutes in a who was in Jacksonville to wel- urday. Bank of Stuart on February 13. from raising money by ad valorem

I farm successfully Is to place the and 34 of them, or 77 per moderate oven. come President-elect Franklin D. i Stuart has been without a bank for taxation. The sale tax and other

farm on a factory basis, with quantity cent, said that they had pear treeson Braised Liver Roosevelt stayed over a few hoursto Gainesville Second semester : two years. The bank board re- new forms of money raising to
production as the goal. We the farm. Two of the farms Dip the slices of liver in flour, attend a part of the matinee enrollment In the University of: cently met and elected Sheriff C. continue the government will be

\ can point to no pages in history grew pears commercially and had brown In fat, then cover with tomatoes performance of the Minneapolis Florida which will not officially E. Simmons of Okeechobee County considered at a conference of of.

where agriculture has been as 720 trees. The other 32 farmers that have been slightly Symphony orchestra. The governor close until February 10, has already -I president Peter Tomasello, legislator facials this week.Jacksonville .

profitable as the industries. reported an average of 17 trees per thickened, season with onion was invited to the stage by brought the total number of from Okeechobee, Is chairman -

; There are too many factors Involved farm. The average age of the trees green pepper, and salt, and cook Director Eugene Ormandy and ask- students to the highest figure in of the board. The bank's per- Batanes M. Gul.

y ; In connection with agriculture was seven years, which dates backto slowly, covered, for about 15 min ed try be "guest conductor." "It the history of the State Unlversly sonnel will continue here. do, 25-year-old mess boy off the

t i which are beyond the control the beginning of Mr. Hart's utes. has been my ambition since I wasa 2,593. SS. Sahale, was freed when It was

.of 4 man--weather conditions: suchas campaign. boy to conduct a symphony orchestra Jacksonville Waving a fare- learned what was thought to have

droughts, floods, frosts Insect The trees reported yielded an Home Radio Period ," the governor said as he I Sanforl F. F. Dorner, presi- well from the quarter deck, Presi been 200 grams of heroin was only

H' :; pests, plant diseases and the great average of 3 1-4 bushels per tree. The following radio talks will be raised the preferred baton and con dent of the Seminole AgriculturalClub dent-elect Roosevelt put out to flour. Guido was arrested by

y ''J difficulty of organizing agriculture. Forty farm families, or 91 per cent given on the Florida Home Period ducted seventy six musicians has announced that, a por- open seas Saturday aboard the United States customs officers

{ I It matters little to the farmer canned pears for home use later. over WRUF from 9:45: to 10 EST, through the classic measures of the tion of the celery acreage to be Astor yacht Nourmahal for a ten- when the ship docked here Tues
what may be the financial outlook They canned an average of 80 1-2 each morning next week. March from Tannhauser. Governor : plowed up as result of the decisionof days fishing cruise. The spacious day to load for Spain and Portu

and the existing economic conditions quarts per family. Thirty-six of Sat., Feb. Hookworm Stud. Sholtz is an accomplished growers last week, will be do- white yacht glided away at 10:05.: gal. The arrest was made on Information

he must carry on. On the the farmers fed pears to livestock, es in Florida-Dr. C. F. Ahmann. pianist. nated to the Inmates of various surrounded by the intimate per- furnished by the' first

1' i other hand, the Industries are I principally hogs, feeding an aver- Mon., Feb. 13-Clothing and state institutions. sonal friends accompanying, mate of the vessel ,wjio said he
a slightly affected by climatic condl- age of 17 bushels per farm. Style Hints-Lucy Belle Settle. Mr. Roosevelt answered a last discovered the "dope" in Guldo's
i'i a> tlons. and can close down in the ... SAVE JOHN RUSKIN Miami cheer from the of Jackson- cabin.
----- Tues., Feb. 14-Why a Calendar Beach All local ordinances people
;f, hour of financial distress. MICE IN 'MELON FIELDS Home Orchard Isabelle CIGAR BANDS prohibiting possession ville with a wave of the hat. -
But after all, the farm and the BEST CONTROLLED WITH Thursby. transportation or sale of liquor, in Miami Dr. A. J. Bertram of
f open country offer a civilization this fashionable resort would be Titusville A woman who the Central Hospital staff
{ i STRYCHNINE ON OATS Wed., Feb. 15-Weekly Low-Cost repealed gave here, told
,that cannot be obtained elsewherean Market Basket-Anna Mae Bikes.Thura. ;;.Ask your dealer if, city council adopted a her name as Raychell Thames, age police he received a call to treata
n ,::- independent life, the opportunity Leesburg, Fla.-To control miceIn ., Feb. Community Ac- for measure introduced by Councilman 35, was arrested here on a war- sick woman. He went to the
:', to enjoy and investigate the watermelon fields, a bait poisoned tivities-Ruby McDavid. BeautifyIng new Premium Baron de Hirsch Meyer. The rant charging she impersonated a address given but found no house

laws of nature, the environment by strychnine was recently recommended Osceola County-AlbIna Smith. ew Catalog. More measure was carried over for discussion Federal officer. Officers said the there. Looking about he was ac
l 1 for the development of a strong v at next council warrants was issued by U. S. Commissioner costed by two men. "Were
by C. C. Goff, assistant Fr., Feb. 17 What Research meeting. you
Wand i vigorous family. The man : Havana tobacco -
t entomologist at the Florida Experiment Has Shown About the Food Valueof I Lk C. Crofton upon an looking .for a doctor?" the physician -
who'' lives his life without
\' having Station field laboratory Oranges-Dr. O. D. Abbott. is now Tallahassee Governor Dave affidavit by a Federal officer from Inquired. "No" one of the replied
\ .; spent some part of it In the coun here. Sholtz has cut his own salary ten Miami. The charge was that the "we were waiting for you."
: try Is to be It Is used in
pitied. Impossible JOHNRUSKINmaklng .
ROSE GROWERS WILL it woman attempted search of a local Bertram said
Alkaloid strychnine and not per cent was revealed in he rou- they held him up,
+ 4i jt ": for and him to understand all the joys strychnine sulphate should be used, FIND TEA VARIETIES tine requlatlon for his paycheck. residence with avowed purpose of ::1 took $70 and his automobile keys,
pleasures that the world offers
and rolled oats make the beat ADAPTED TO FLORIDA Z ?fff it the' ThIs reduced the governor's salary uncovering a narcotic ring. told him to wait five minutes and
to mankind.
bait, he said. The mice seem to $ # greatest from $9,000 to $8,400 annually. walk to the next street Intersection

r'' ''; .* prefer the oats to other baits, tests Gainesville, Fla. Florida rose >: L'';:i cigar value at 5c. Questioned about it, the chief executive Sanford While being loadedat where he would find the keys. He

1 1 DO COMMUNITY SEWING by the U. S. Bureau of Biological. growers[ will find varieties in the Smoke the size said he cut himself so he her dock, the freighter City of did.

Survey and tests In melon fields tea group peculiarly adapted and could ask others on the State pay- Sanford, $75,000: steel flagship of -
q 1 Inverness, Fla.-More than 2- near here have shown., easily grown, Major W. L. Floyd, you prefer roll to do likewise. the St. John's River Transportation Tallahassee The program of

000 yards of government cloth hast The bait is prepared by first of the College of Agriculture, said 4"' 1 Perfecto Extra or Company, sank in 11 feet of home demonstration work In FlorIda -
been converted Into garments for mixing 1-8 ounce of powdered alkaloid In a recent radio address. if i't''F" Tampa A total of $2,773,000 water here last week. Officialsof has much to do with the de-

local school children during the strychnine and an equal Originating In Southern China, Panetela. Hillsborough County bonds went the company, operating: a fleet velopment of the resources of the

j J last few weeks, reports Mrs. Eliza amount of common baking soda. the roses In this group are naturally up in smoke as the board of county of freight boats between Sanford farm and the farm home, accord-

beth Moore, home demonstration This mixture is sifted over 1 quartof adapted to the Gulf Coast reg- commissioners stood by without and Jacksonville, said they believed 'Ing to Miss Flavia Gleason, Scat

agent. Home Demonstration Club rolled oats stirring constantlyto Ion. The group furnishes a wide turning a hand. In fact, the of the vessel could be raised and home demonstration agent, of Tal
| ;, women and 4-H club girls did most) insure an even distribution. range of colors and continuous NOW ficials touched off the blaze and placed back in operation shortly. lahassee. Because of the foundation .

of the cutting and sewing. The Then warm the rolled oats slightly, blooming is checked only by the fanned the flames with consider No one was injured.Tallahassee work already done In the years

f. garments were mostly outer gar sprinkle 6 tablespoonfuls of hot cold of December and January. Six .,' MORE HAVANA able satisfaction, for the fire rep since home demonstration work
ments for girls, and shirts, blouses, beef fat over them, and stir until of Major Floyd's choice dozen varieties resented retirement of a big lumpof Of a total of 201- started In Florida it has been pos.
,,1 :and under garments for boys. the kernels are evenly coated. fall In this group. They are the county's indebtedness. 842 acres of woods land In Leon, sible to add to the family Incomeby

: Place a teaspoonful every 20 feet Duchess de Brabant, pale pink; v. ity f WakulIa, Jefferson. Madison, Tay the development of home in
f' ,* GRASS SEED ORDERED over the melon field two days be- Madam Lambard, a vigorous pink 9hzf Miami Beach Bandits, two lor and portions of Franklin, Gads- dustries Miss Gleason said today.

{ "" fore planting time. The above for and darker on the outer petals; 9 MILD masked with handkerchiefs, re den and Liberty Counties underan She stated that reports which come

$ r. Ocala, Fla.-About 40 pounds of mula should treat about 1-2 acre. I Safrano, salmon colored buds andemldouble moved 18 guest deposit boxes from organized system of cooperative to the home demonstration office

w p,' .. Bahia grass seed was recently or- I, The poison should not be put on : flowers; Maman Coc- the safe on the Anglers hotel at fire control, only 360 acres, here show that the women and
:dered by Marlon County farmers' the melon seed as the mice peel het, rosy pink or white; Marie Van JohnRiiskin 3:30: a. m. Saturday after bindingand or eighteen one-hundredths of one girls in Florida marketed home

'for developing permanent pastures, the outer portion of the seed off loutte, light yellow edged with gagging the clerk and a bell per cent, was burned over during products during 1932 valued at
r'' ,;:reports County Agent Clyde H. and eat only the Inside. rose__ and Lady Hillingdon saf- boy. The boxes contained cash and the last nix months of 1933, it has $213,793.68.

Norton. Strychnine is poisonous to humans fron yellow. Jewelry of an undetermined been announced by the Florida -

4'7; C\. and livestock and should be The next six varieties belong to amount. The bandits also took Forest Service. Sanford-The Florida Demo-

'. At least 20 fruits can be grown bandied with care. the hybrid tea group which hasbeen $100 In cash.Jacksonville. cratic special was arranged for the

w$ satisfactory in home orchards any- developed by breeding. Theyare CIGARS SATISFY Miami-He just walked right in, comfort and convenience of the

r,; :,where In Florida, says H., Harold Birds are one of the farmer's AntoIne Rlvolre creamy white, A grata of corn, picked 'up the cash register and hundreds of Florida democrats who
t tHume, of the Florida Experiment best friends and deserve his pro- delicately tinted with pink; RadIance IOc SMOKERS; lodged in his throat for three days, walked out' again. That was the will attend -Inauguration of
z ;Station. tee tlon. pink or red; Etolle de cost the life of Freddie Crews, description given police of the actions 'of President Roosevelt in Wash-
France, velvety crimson; Kalserln year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. JoelC. of a young man who robbeda ington on March 4. The cars that

Auguste Viktorla, snowy white O"i: WORkaNERVES Crews of Welborne. The child restaurant here. A waitress, make this
: up special will come Into
f And the Worst is Yet to Come--- with a tint of lemon In the center; was brought here for treatmentbut : Miss Betty Gresham, who was sitting Jacksonville over the regular

Brands Scott Key large deep red; died before physicians could at a table waiting for custom- scheduled trains of the several railroads -

and Frau Karl Druschkl, often remove the corn, which gradually era to come In, said the robber In the State, either originating

1 called White American Beauty. swelled in the infant's larynx, obstructing drove off In an automobile, taking at or passing through almost
rf Another favorite la Loula Philippe, breathing and gradually the cash register with Its $18 con- ,every town in the State. At Jack-
a dark red, often called the FlorIda e causing strangulation. tents before she could interfere. sonville these cars will be assembled -

rose. I into the special train which
I Ia As the most desirable climbers, Tallahassee More parents f in I Miami The lid, to use a slang will leave Jacksonville at ,7:15: : p.
Major Floyd suggested Reins Marie Florida phrase
are deserting their children employed emphatically by m. March 2, and arrive in Wash-
Henriette, cherry-red; Reve d'Or, than Sheriff Dan Handle
ever before in the his of Dade Coun ington noon March 3. The entire
creamy yellow; Pauls Scarlet, vivid w. tory of the State, Miss Helen C. ty, is definitely and tightly being train will be parked for the occu-

i scarlet with crimson shade; Dr. Mawer. commissioner, of public clamped on, insofar as crime in pancy of the members of the tour
Van Fleet, flesh pink deepening to welfare, said here. the metropolitan
Statistics for Miami resort while they are in Washington. The
in center.In .
I rose 1932 area la.
as compared to 1930 show concerned. "Higher-ups" delegation
will remain In the Cityof
making selections, more that child desertions he said, will be
by mothers arrested in the Washington the afternoon and
consideration was given to beauty have increased 229 per cent and drive. The sheriff, installed in night of third
.the all day the
In the garden and In
vases and
child desertions by fathers have increased office for a four year term this fourth and will leave the morningof
baskets in the house than to
stems. Preference long 129 per cent, she said. month, early led deputies in a. the fifth, after the inaugural
was given to the
series of raids in various of ball
most vigorous, disease resistantypea. parts 3 a. m.
Declaring that
he had
: Thirty-seven other vane ITP TO In work
poor ears resigned from all Florida bond
ties have proven farlly satisfac- every nerve at high Unsioa.
owners committees
flower tory: in gardens the College here.of Agriculture and No wonder bark at you the snap children.at the wife of the general and bondholders as chairman Wake Up Your Liver Bile

Major Floyd Is co-author of Watch Doll Overworked. : protective committee with headquarters -
"Rose MTV** may lead to S2 epJe.- "at Jacksonville, R. E.
Growing, bulletin 59 of the
} t't'i Florida Agricultural Extension iiesi. Nervous Headache, Nervous Olds automobile manufacturer, an- -Without CalomelAnd
Indigestion and. 'ef nounced here that "Florida bond
'd Ct Service, Gainesville. Free
copies other
unpleasant disturbance committees are costing Florida
t are available. ,Why don't try Dr. Miles'Effervescent If WI b8.1.. ,.. fooe
d you bondholders too much money for You'll Jump Out of Bed 50111.E .. '
i ,# r N.rrtn. Tablets the results obtained. MBt dts.at..I&-\be bowtl.
Miami Beach-A young woman Jost one In a half glass e< .in the Morning Rarin to Go 0.. bloat .p year .mn.... Too brrathick. ..
about 30 years of age clad only in water makes a pleasant spark Tallahassee- ..M. tut uj roar bn.th h foal,ikt
: flimsy underclothing and in a hysterical lint drink delightfully soothing last week State officials U yea feel soar and sunk: and the tae ...... .a. to blwkta. Tear b-4
sg p condition was pulled from to Dr.over-taxed Miles' nerve considered for a decisiona world looks punk don't swallow a lot: ...-ud you r...dews..... ass Too wboU i
t .. Collins Canal Nervine Is now proposal by the East Coast Oil .C salts mineral water oil, laxative
near a fashionable soad. in two forms '0ieisYt.tam.d.
-Liquid and and Natural Gas
night club last week by two boat- KffMreaeent'. Tablet. Both haw to company of Miami candy or chewing gum and expect 1'taJu. """' ddClBTSaYtlTlt
lease a vast to make
submerged fban yon suddenly sweet:
men who were attracted by her the same soothing effect. UVERPILtBIo..htwo.&ofbilaaDd *
4 screams Taken to the hospital, $1.00 at year drag star' territory along the Atlantic and buoyant and full of sunshine. flowfaj truly ud ouk.you IM"'lip"" _*
L the woman was able to Identify coasts of South Florida for For they cant do It. They only Tb.y outaia vcad-1.. hunta* s.ntU
herself only as Dorothy. Physicians J _MIL.ES'! oil prospecting. Governor Dave move the bowels and a mere movement ......w._....tmutnc...M.m**tS
said she was too Sholtz said he believed there was doesn't get at the cause. The satire ttM UU Saw frWy.ButaootuifwllT.rpnta.JUkfo.OrUr'.
hysterical to
t1o give oil In Florida, but that he was op reason' forytxmdown-andoutfeeling .
+ an account of how she fffERvINE'TA8LE'1'S
came to be
,. In posed to leasing as much land to Is your liver. It should pour out two I.IW.U-I'IIIa.J.aII..u.BUM C.rta>tUttto
l lhyoia-...._.., the canal and police were unable I ,
C one firm as the East of bile into bowels .
to J I Coast com- pounds liquid your Ltar Mta M tlM n4 ...... B-
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;'. ."": the world's foremost dietitians asa limited. I I" parcel of land described as follows -, gage Book 7 on pace 117 of the Perryman and E. K. .Jepm.l. hoc i \ I I ::1
: ;: ; .:...!::: .1 now owned by T. M. Hagan. Public Hecorda of Bradford County, husband: iHHhel andJamrs ,
: 't';:, ..; I "milestone In scientific prog NorthboundNo. common ing at it point 11 feet 6mhea Florida. H. Hitch, her. husband; J. W. '
,::t' "I ... '!:I. 00.1: ress." 1 W.-HI of that certain brickatore i That the said proportion Number 1 Andrews, I< ". Peek. Sayles and F3.V. .
.. .''C: :::;:: 'I.J due Starke 5:08: a. m. local. house, now owned by Ida D. '; and 2 aforesaid shall he offered for Mnylps I her husband, Sinclair 1_ '! I
I Their work he said, eliminates No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. Maxwell on Navarre Av.nu. thence. sale I and hl'h separately at Peek and Myrn Peek, his wife; W. I
: -. confusion about the diet needed run West along said avenue to the or MO 1 AH in :: tf't., IS. Torode and Pauline. Torode., his ?.\ ""
::; 4 t h.W' local. O. S. & F. Ky. right of way, thence satisfy said final decree wife: and Sinclair 1,. Arttnlnutrntor '
I for teeth. Vitamin D comes from No. 108, due Starke 5:48: p. m. North 84 toot 6 Inches, thence East B K. l'ERRYIIAN, I of the Comer :: '' '
sunshine and cod-liver oil, or their to a point 12 feet six Inches due SI.ch.1 ,'' ... ore Defendants. I wil '
thy word is a lamp unto my feet as. a light unto my path.-P.alm. 119:105.: ubstltutes. The foodsn local. Went of said brick store house KNIOHT & KNIGHT, Starke, Fin. ".I at public otitcrv for cash to 1''I;
phosphorus Starke and Wannee Branch-No. thence South a fret 8 Inches to Solicitors for Complainant. "llh..t bidder at the rout door of "
order of their richness are egg No. .tarUn.point lot SO block 14 a* l-27-2t--3. courthouse In Kturkr, ;
AH religioaa teaching doctrine or1fhrInthnf3lrauu 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m., -
f : m.p or pint of said Town of Bradford County, Florida durinI I
: : creed u they are to have any claim yolk milk meats leafy vegetablesand 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Hampton recorded In (Clerk' officeof NOTICE OF SPECIAL M.'ITRIt'1 the. legal, hours of pale on .(

upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with the seeds, grains, roots and T. J. Griffin, Agent Bradford Theabove SA1.H day of 1a..ch. A. D. 1R33, those i

I the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice tubers.Dr. the land 10.0'l"eXI'rdr'10Un .! 1 Notice la hereby given, that under certsln In Bradford County of properly, Florida situate and '

of the human heart and of whom" it was Mid in John 746."NEVER MAN Agnew said the missionaries Closing of Malls and T. M. buid the and decree pursuant of foreclosure to that and certain sale madeon final described. as follows: f .

[ SPAKE 18 MAN. found their cue in analysis of 3- Went by T. M. hllldina and the 16th day of December. A. D. SH of Section 15 Township 4South ; I
South O. S. & F. rty., on the an tail and entered In the Circuit Bang 22 East and NW of NV q
I paaton of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to nsa this d e- 000 diets of Chinese and Tibetans Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00a. : alley, on the Kant by 16 foot alley. Court of Bradford county Florida, In of' also described as NU of ,i
; for news of church activities organization and announce who have better teeth than North' This I le the property upon which that certain cause therein p..ndlnl.nhte N' ?ota 1 snd 2 In Section al "
pertinent m. the A, A. Dtirden More I Is
manta. Space freely given and no charge made-the only rf'qulremelltMln& : Americans. They returned to the Train No. 107 letters special delivery situated., and Is designated. In said : Austin II. C. Cary Hldrldgei, le o' ; T. ip 4 Mouth, It. 1IUMPIIHYSipeclnl lUnge' (2 Rait.K "., :.

: that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morningetherW1Me ; University of Toronto for scientificInvestigation and handling 10OO: decree. an "Property Number S," and Peek and llva Peek, his .: M. 13.Rdwarda 't U..tel In Chano.r J j 1
they cannot be handled for current Issue. special will be offered for Hale and sold subject A widow; Cornelia PeekLong FRED M. ) i'' t
,. and were able to am. to taxes and subject to thrt a widow) Julian I- Peek and Complainant's Solicitor
word- cause 100 per cent decay In teeth North certain mOI.t.al' recorded. In Mort Clara Peek, hla wife; Lois Peek 1-27-61-2-24. :
heed how they heard the I .---
I of rats by diet alone. Train No. 12 parcel post and
I received the seed sown. Do we prepare -

i SUNDAY SCllOOL I our minds to receive God's Feeding of Children letters, 2:50: p. m. REPORT OF LICENSES
LESSON 5 Finally this year the feeding of
I word? Train No. 108 Letters, special n g1
children began. Decay was not
II I --I delivery and special handling 5:10: Report of Licenses Issued by the Tax Collector. duplicates. of which have been tl.r with the County 11
Par- METHODIST CHURCH only prevented among those with m. Judge. for the period beginning. on the first day of October, A L 1:191.: and ending Sat day of September
Subject: Jesus Teaching by the rich phosphorus-vitamin D p. A. I>. 193. j
Night mails close at 6:00: p. m.- No To Whom Granted For What Purpose Period of License Total
abies balance, but decay already started

| Golden Text: "Herein la my We Shall Accomplish by Sacrifice stopped its progress. Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; 1 >f. 1.. Johns ___ __ ___ Store, _________ -_. ___- __ 10.1.3 10-1-83 ._ 8,00 1.tS
glorified that ye bear much There is not other way. The train No. 2, North, 5:08: a. m. 2 W. !i. Andrews ______ ____ store __._.____.__n.u___ 10-1.8 10-1-32 _n .__ 11 no) 8.BOa
Father time has passed when the cause of "The significant fact said Dr. Starke and Bell Branch-Train a The Quality "Shop' _.______.___ Store __ _______.._______ JO.I.3 10-1-84: _. 8.110 ta
[fruit; so shall ye be my disciples. McCollum "Is that the Aknew's 4 Carl John __ Store 10-1-33 U.noII 3 OO
John 15:8.Lesson: Christ can be supported out of our No. 101 mail closes 7:00: a. m., No. 6 A. U been .:::::::::.::.... store : : :::::::::::::::::::::::: 10-1.31 10-1-88 __"h 1 oo 800:

( comfortable margins. We are now for the first time, consciously and 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. 8 Brownlne 110.. ________.. store -________________ 10-1.3 10-1-83 Not 1.1 +
Text: Mark 4:1-10: 13- the where sharing under scientific control have succeeded 7 Wm. Sapp __ _-. ___n__ store ________________ _==: 10.1-3'10-1-13.._ It oo 8(0
at place only by Blue Bus Schedule* 8 N. Hternberg ._____hn_ store. _____________________ 10-1.3 I ____. 14 00 '
| 20. : that which is barely enoughfor in producing and preventing 9 J. ('. Manning ______._._______ Store. ______________________ 10.1.3 10-1-82 h_ .-_ 11.00 8I.0) 1
I Practical Truth: We should so prepare the dental carles (decay) practically Daily effective Jan. 1, 1932. 10 J. w. Morgan ..-.._..__.. store _______ _____________ 10-1-38 _-.____ I 00 80.8 ,'
will be ourselves can we protect Northbound 5:03: a. m 1:59: 11 J. W. White & Son___u_______ Store v-____. _.____________ 10.1.3 10-1-32 .no 80.0 u,
our hearts that they missionary at home and abroad at will, and to a degree p J A. A. I Darby ____________u__ Store. ..__.______________ 10.1-1' 10-1.83 ___ ____ hot") 30.0 j
I soil for the gospel-The wordof approaching 100 per cent. Their m.. 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m. F. Stump -- __...____. Store 10.1-8J .. 14 ooll.oo 3.76 ,l
good from blighting: disaster. work Southbound931;: a. m., 12:34: p 14 Tip Top Grocery :-------_.-- Store : : : ::::: =:::::::::::: :lO-.: 10-1-8J ::: 80.0
further :
God. Does anyone think that this is gives strength to the 18 8t.rllt Hardware & Furniture

I A parable Is a comparison, Jea- ? The Christians conclusion that dental caries can I m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m. """___"" Store __.-____._______________ -| 10-1-82 __ 14 00 8.7B
lua sitting on a calamity early be Tickets and information atSmith's 18 A. J.?. "nfuneSarTl' __._______ .tor. _-_. --.-------------- 10-1.3 10.1 -X8 K u n 2.IS ; ;
Ills teaching
began gave out of their poverty because largely perhaps wholly pre 17 Ueo. F. Young __________- .tnr. __-_____________________ 10-1.8 10-1-33 _._ 14 00 8.7S3.7S Il b
I the lake shore (Mt. 13:1): ), but took in the Name of Him who vented.by correct eating. Service Station next to 18 U. U. Thoda .. _-_ ._ n_. ... 11< __________________. ,0-1.3 10-1-3. 14 00
boat great crowd they gave "The courthouse. 19 I'. B. Uoberts _______________ 1"r. _____________________ 10-I.a 10-I-.12 8 no I.II "
I refuge In a as a "though he was rich yet for our Agnew work enables us 20 O. It Cttlmui ..___ ._ Store _.____________________ 10-1.3 10-1-IU __ -. 8 00 1.1 ,
I down upon Him, Jesus spokea to dispose of certain misconceptions 21 11. H. Brown' 1.1 store ioliaKIISJ: N 00
bore of parables to the sakes became poor. We may read Oil--The In crude from 63o .2 A: I. Kahr _:::::::::::::::: Store : : : : =:::::::::: : -In: 8.00: 22A
[ series seven again to our profit Jesus' com more or less widely held in drop 23 J. V. Jon s ____ ________ store ::_::_.______ 10-1-3 Ki-l-aj N 'no 220 '
[ crowd that stood on the sloping mendation of the widow who out the past. The popular belief that to 38c a barrel In the face of pro- 3 A. A. Durdon _n_______..... Store ---.s--____________ 101 .82 1.00 3.01 4
beach facing Him, on the shore of tooth decay is due to impactionand ration agreements, and because of South Sil. ll'o'y, Store. ____ Storestor ______?____._______ 10-J-8 10-1..13 ) 228 i '
of her penury gave her all. Chris 2* North Sloro lOlflglOlilli 8.00 2.28
jibe Sea of Galilee where the tians In native Churches around fermentation of food within I overproduction, Is one of the most 27 U H. WsHdln I ___"._______.._:: Store : : : -:::::::::::::::::::: lfl-l-81 I l: :__ Ron: Lao

i 28 ___ .. ....___._........__ lo-l-aa 8 ( i
I scribes and Pharisees were not so the world have never known any tissues of the teeth is doutbless I discouraging of recent events. 29 The Bradford Basra Co.Co.Farm._____ __ ___ Store _. 10-1.8 W 1.2r .1.1

I much at home nor so ready to Interrupt other of giving. true in certain cases. We will ply Co' -- ,-- -. Store ._..._. 10-1-31 10.1.32 .-- _. H 00 IIS i"
Him. Moreover, at this way probably be able to do with oiutnit FOR PIIII.IATIO'VIn 80 WndHWorth Bros. : :::::: :: Store .. --:: :::=:::: 10-1-81 10-1 :ss H 00 8.25: ,
Our kingdom extensln offer never Circuit Court. 2 I point when his foes were pressing ing will be taken Sunday morn. out the tooth brush. Circuit Bradford County State of 82 F. H Carrsdlne. __ _____ u_ Store _____________________ 10.t.3 10-1 .32 _._. .00 8.00 ,+
I Him sorely and planning to "One of the oldest most widely Florida. In Chancery. a.' Sterl Courtney __._.______ Store ___________________ 10-1.8 10-1 .32 N 00 2ar ;t4
upon Ing. 11 o'clock. Huldah B. Corpenlnff, Complainant 84 tl. H. Bennett _______________ Store. .....___________________ 10-1-1 10-1 .32 ___ ___ 8.00 ; '
[ kill him, he changed to a great Just enclose the amount you held and most erroneous popular ".. J. Eugene Corpenlng-, L>e. 8. Mrs. J. L*. Johns ___.__._ store _-_..___________________ 10.1.3 10-1 .32 _..._ N.00N 221 (
| extent his mode of teachings adopt- beliefs has been that tooth decay fendant.It 36 Mr. Stella Johns ____h___._ Store. -__________________ 10-1 .32 _.. ._ .00N 228
Lord wish to give In a plain envelopeand appearing; by a Mrs. C. K Harper. ..__.___... Store' _________-____________: 10-1-3 10-1 .32 _. .00 1.18 1
| ing the simple story for our deposit In collection plates. Is largely due to eating too much ed to the. bill ." ltr\.aW.\: abovestated Wiggins Bros. __ __ .. __ ._-_ Store ..___-___..__________ 10.1.33 8 00 2.21!
| did not Interpret hla stories openly sugar and other sweets. Although cause that. J. Eugene Corp..n.Inll' 89 M. F. & I_ Wiggins __________ Store -___?____-__________ 10.1.3 10-1.33 -_- 8 00 226 1 4.
I but This collection for our foreign work the defendant therein named I la 40 larllu"rlt.'e Shoppe ...... store ..___________ ____?__ 10-1.3 10-1.32 _____ __. 8.00 236 t
to his audiences, only privatelyto has been taken annually over a sugar Itself does not decay a non-resident of the State of FlorIda 41 EI.le Kruno _________u_ Store _-____-__-__ _-____ 11-1.3 10-1.82 -- .---. 11.00 8,00 ,
[ the Twelve (Mark 4:34): He remarks teeth sweet-eating contrib and la a resident of Marlon In 43 Bryan Urocery Co. __________ Store. .....__________.____-_ 10-J.3 10.I.SI ______ R.00N 2211 f ,M
to period of years. Further the. State. of North Carolina and Is 43 J. B. Howe __________________ Store. ......___________ ___ IO.I.n 10.1.1.' .on 3.2/. ill
| calmly left His critics put upon will be made before offering is tak utes Indirectly because sugar satiates ''I over the age of twenty-one years; I I. 1. Johns .. ____...___... Store. _________________.______ 10.1-8 .---__ 8.on .. ,
I them any Interpretation they the appetite so quickly that It Is therefore ordered that said nonresident I. R Edwards .-___.......... Store __________________ 10.1.8 10-1.32 _______ M.00 3.26 ; I?T y
en.It 1 defendant be and he Is 46 11. Union Store III "I"Store. _______________. 10-1-8 10.1.81' _-._ 8.00 I.a/ //W
| pleased.The : a lack of the more essential food Dic----------------- .82 _____.__. 8.00 .
Is our desire that all who are hereby required to appear to the 47 Mrs. J. P. .. ......._--___. -_- 10-1-3 10-1<
first of this long series of sick elements usually results. The Ag- bill of complaint filed. In said canes 48 T. M. Hogan ______......__.. Store __._________________ 10-1.3 10.1.12 I 8.00 3.26
experience speedy recovery.It day H. B. Purvis ____ ___ Store' ___________ World War VeteranWar ,
I la the today before Monday, the Hlith \ nunu 10.1.1 10-1.1
parables one we study is our desire also that large i news appear to have conclusively I of on March or A. D. 133, otherwise thealienations J. K. Corpenlng _____n____..__ Store III IHIIIIIIStore ________ ___ 10-1-3 World, Veteran t ,
( called from Matt. 13:18): the para- demonstrated this truth In 61 J. M. Alvare . 10-t .. 1000 800
the experimental of said bill will he taken ---- ? ----- ,
congregations greet us Sunday : : ::::: :: ::: :::::::::: \ : ._ 14,no 37li .
| ble of the though it Is real- confessed by said defendant.It 62 ( above' Pharmacy = Store ......__. :: lU- -: 10-1 :
sower morning at 11 o'clock and 7:30: p. research they have Just a Is further ordered that this. 63 Mitchell's Drug Store. ___ ___ Store _________________ 10.1 10-1 ._ 14,00 376 + '
| ly a parable of four kinds ground.As ,. reported. 64 Powell Turpentine Co. __... store IQ-l- 10-1.. um. 8 no 285 ,
| it was the first of the parables, m. order four consecutive be. published. weeks once. In a the week lirad-for 68 Mrs. M. Thornton -:_--- __ Store : : -. :- :::::::::::::::::::: 10-1-31 i 10.1.82> 8 00 2.20 "
Young people's meeting at 6:30p. : "Another theory that gained ford Telegraph a new."ap..rpubll"h..d 68 ,I. W Edwards _________.____ 1101. ..:____-______ ____ 10.1-8 10-1'82 _. H.OI( 2.86 1! t
[ and as It perplexed His apostles, wide acceptance is that decay is County In said County and State. 67 F. A. Scott __________,_-_______ ________________________ 10.1.8 I a.a/ v
| It was explained more fully than m. caused This first day of February 1833. 6H F.I.. Hemingway ..... __ Store _____________u_______ 10-1-81 10-1.1 I no) .
by a deficiency vitaminC. 00 3.SB2.2A
69 Smith's Sorvlce Station .. Store 10-1-81 -
[ most of the other parables. LAWTEY CHURCH IJltte.crio-vY It has nothing to do with the (Seal. ) Clerk A. J.Circuit THOMAS Court.J. so J. a. Eunice .:::--:- Store : :::::::::::::::::: 10-I-XI: 10-1:.83 :: ::: ._ 8:00 :

"And he began again to teach by K PRAZKK: 81 Kathleen. Blacr. __h_-_ Store = __________ ___ 10.I.s 10.1-8 _u_____ 8.00 2.26
primary cause of dental carles. Complainant. 81 Jas.. Kite _unn. __ "lor. ____________________ 10.1.1 10-1.3 .. 8.00 1.11 t
I the sea side; and there was gathered First Baptist Church "The inference to be drawn Solicitor for 63 II. W. Wainwright ___________ -___-_________..__ 10-1.8 _. ....u__. 8.00 .
unto Him a great multitude, from this X-3-5t.3-3. 64 Mrs. S. K. Jones uun.__ Store ________________________ 10-1-1 10-1-3 8.00 2.11
research work Is thatif __ H 00
HeY. I. F. Chapin pastor. 65 S. I> ChenthamW Store .. .
I so that he entered Into a ship, and services first and we get an adequate supply of KPRtlAI. MASTF.H'S MAUI till H. Smith _:::::::::::__ Store -- ..-.....:==::::::::::: 10-1-81 to-I-99 :::.-::-. 800: 2.26
sat In the and the whole multitude Preaching Hereby notice. Is riven that underand 87 W. J. Tmila Htore ., 10-1-32 _m_ 8 on 2.26
[ sea; vitamin D ---- -- -- -
third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. drink plenty of milk by virtue of tbak. certain final 8N Howell -Co. :::::_ Store .......................: tlU: 10-1-33 8:00 2.26: ,
was by the sea on the and eat plenty of vegetables and decree of foreclosure. and sale entered 6I. L. Blackburn _--_________ Store 10-1.3 10.1.3 n'_ "__ 8.00 2.26 ,
| land." m. other foods rich In by the. Hon. A. Z. Adklns, I. A. Weeks. _________u_-__ Htore III IIlSlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHtore 10.1-3 ____- ._ 8.on 2.26
Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- phosphorus Judge' of the. 28th Judicial Circuitof 71 fhrlv.... ('o. u' __._ ._._____ ____ Mrore. 10-1,3 10-1.3 __.____ 11.00 8.00 w: ;
The land around the lake the nearly all of us can avoid dental Florida, In and for Bradford 78 "Saul' III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIStore t .-- 8 on 2.23
[ paths through the growing grain, wood supt. carles." County In Chancery, In that certain 73 (:. A. LitirllngHenry -- -:::::::::-:::::: _.::......::.......: 10-1-31 IgIU: : ::: .: N:00 2.26

I Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed foreclosure case In which Uank of 74 Boyer .._._____..__._ Htore ----- ...-__-._-- 10-1-31 ID--88 8 on 226
growing thorns, ledges of rock and Asked to suggest a specific diet Starke, a .corporation I. Complainant 70 .1 I. A. I Heed _::-------------- Merchant -..-_--.--.: to-I -81 10-1-32 _:::=::. 800: 326 ,
rich soil doubtless suggested nesday. Dr. McCollum and A. A. Durden. Uunele L>ur- 76 D. C. Jones Hardware Cu. _On Merchant -..-.__....._ 11-1.3 10.1-8 __ 11.011 3.00 f1!
B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. specified a quart of den. and others. are defendants, the 71 Miss Alice lloberts ___-.-.---- Ilol'hant -..__...-_........_ 10.1-1 .__ _. 4.00 1.26 i' )
| themes for His parable. milk daily eggs several times a undersigned will on Monday the 1 Standard Oil Co. ___u Oil Dealers -.-_ 10-1.3 10.1-1 _n_. 2600 12.60
"And he taught them many week, a leafy vegetable at least Clh day of February A. n. 19S3, sell 2 Pan American Petroleum. Co.__ Wholesale. Oil Dealers. ._n_-__._ __u___. 26.onlo 18.60 f ti'A
Grace M. E. Church to the highest t.ldder for cash In Florida Power A Light Co. __ Klectrlo Lights _________._________ 10-1.8 10.1-3 on 6.00
things by parables and said once a day and a salad twice n front of the South door of the. courthouse 4 Florida Power Light Co.T. __u Electric Lights _....__ 10.1-8 ___._._ __ 10.00 6.00 I, d
Hearken Behold there went out a Rev. W. B. pastor. T. Art IO iiltublB Life I Insurance Co. 10-I-IL 8.00
; Christy day and "after that anything In Starke, Bradford Lonq '|' -- -
I you Florida I during the legal :.nti : Emmett IC. Perrymun :.::::_ Act.: Mutual Life Insurance: Co. ___: 10-1.31 10-1-88 ::::: 8.00:
sower to sow; And he sowed some Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat like. __ .... __. .__. 26 00 18.60
I 11fafS sale thereon the. following described 1 ttl Iteflnlng Co. ......... Whol..al. Oil Dealers 10-1.8 10.1.8
fell by the way side, and the fowlsof 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. lands all lying and being. In Bradford 8 n Williams ___ nU.. ._ ( aft---------------------- 1 10.1-1 World War V.t.rln r r!
the air came and devoured it service Wednesday 7:30: County, Florida, to-wlt: 9 F. Homier ___u________ "'afe--------------------------- 1-1.3) 10.J.3 .__u 6.On .
Prayer ____ __ 36.00 12.60
SCHEDULE CHANGED Beginning IDS yards east. of the. 10 Sinclair Co---------- Wholesale 01 D..al.r. 10.1-3 u
up. And some fell on stony p. m. N'orthwest corner of the Northeast C. (I. 1.'lnlng-.-__________n llnrher .n _.-_ 10.1.1 10-1-33 _.... Lot .60' .9 4,
| ground and Immediately it sprung Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. quarter of the. Northeast quarter In 1 Maya Service Station. -____-.__ l"r81' _-. _-_________ 10.1.8 .____ 10.00 6.00 i,1, ,
The following changes in schedules "Section 30. Township| 7 South, Range 13 Sothern Hell Telephone A 1
because It had no depth of Moore supt. Telephone System 10-1-31 10133Oarage .10
, earth up But when the was Mary 6:30 Sunday. are announced by the S. A L. 22 two East and, thence one-third. running yards East, eighty thence 14 Albert Telegraph. 'a'o.- :::::::::- __ _-.-_:_::::::::::: 10-1-31 10-1-3 ::::::-: 1000: 6.gg

: sun up League : p. m. Ry. Co., effective Dec. 15: running Mouth one. hundred seventy- 16 S, !t. Johns __ ____ Wholesale Merchant .________ 10-1-81 10.1-1 _-- 7.60 3n t
[ it was scorched; and it withered six yards. thence. running West 16 Paul J. 'arrln ...__...__..___ Harder Shop n.. __ _-.___ _____ 10-1-31 10.1.:1: ____. 1.00
I And fell thorns Fraternal SouthboundNo. eighty three' and ne-thlrd yardsthence 17 lOrrol Alvares. _____ __ ..__ Barber Shop ____ _____,-._____ 10-1.8 10.1.1 __ __ 2,01)) I00 1 1
away. some among 1, due Starke 11:17: p. m. run to point t uf beginning and Mrs Stella Johns ________.___ Cafe __-.______._u_____.__.__ 10-I.a 10-1-3 u_ 6.00 a.60II )
and the thorns choked it, and It Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. &: .A. local. containing three. acres more of less.. 1 J. W. Andrews, Jr. __u____ naral' __ _-._ __u.uu 10.1-3 _.___ 1000 6.00 ,
yielded no fruit. And others fell That the. above. lands are to he Curola Cafe ....__.___u__ . _______._ _u______.... 10.1.3 10.1.:1: .___- 10.110 6.00
M., meets at city hall building 1st No. 11, due Starke, 9:35: a. m. offered for sale. and Hold subject only 21 West. Side Meat Market .___ Meat Market ________u_ ______ 11.1.3 : ___ s.no 2.60 i
on good ground and brought forth and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. local. to taxes unpaid thereon. and Is designated 23 F. C. Holllngsworth _....._ Hoot Shoe Repair Bhop _________ to.I.3 In-l-iU _____ 4 00 2,OU
I some thirty and some sixty and In said decree a. "Property Home Cafe. __ nu_____.__ Cgfe. ____________.__.___.___ 10-1-1 __. ._ 6.00 160
T. T. Blackburn W. M. No. 107 due Starke 10:27 a. m. Number 1". a Bank of Starke _____________._ Hankers ________........__.- 10-1-31 10.1.3 __ n_" 16 00 7.60
| some an hundred. O. J. Phillips Secy. limited.'! Also Lots IT It 19 and SO In Sterns' Oarage _.......__ (larsge .. -._________________. ______ 6.011
In a parable some object of nature Block 14, according to the KnseySurvey !: 2 Torode ('hevrolet. Co. _________ Oarage. ________________..... 10-1.3 101'Wholesale __''__ 1000 6.00
C No. 191, due Starke 10:55 p. m. of Hampton, Florida except Bradford Co. Farm Supply Co._ Merchant ___.__ IO-t-31 10-I.U __._u__ 1.60 .75 $
I or some happening of humanlife THERESSA BAPTIST CIIURCII I t:'. B. Itedd. ___________________ Usrag. _ _____________-.____ 10.I.s 10.1.3 -_ __ 10.01) 6 OH'
Is placed beside moral or religious NOTICE 29 Shell. Petroleum. Corp. -._____ Wholesale Oil Dealers __________ 10.1.3 ______. 26.00 1.61 y +
Notice. Is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold 30 Sllm's Cite _n_____________ ('af.. ___ ______1 ______.__._ 101.11 .____.-. 6.00 g a
truth in such way as to explain Services will be held Saturday at public I auction I on the FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, being W. U. Hryan .. u..._______ Cafe. _____ .-_u___________ 10-1.3 10-l-i ___.__ 6.00 1.10
and illustrate it. "As he sow- before the third Sunday of each the. 6th day of said month, before; the Courthouse Door at rk.Iitn: Bradford D W. D. Pender .____________ ('ate---------------------------- 10.1.8 _n-- 6.00 .
1 State of much will be 3. American. Bakeries. Co. ___._n Bakeries. ._______-._...__._- 10-1. al _____. 6.00
ed-The sower would carry a month. pay county the amount u-.t : taxes or so set IJ rt..t:.as same together necessaryto with 34 Central Florida Bakeries, Inc.. Bakeries ____._______...__..___ 10-1.8 10-I.a2. __ 6 00 ,
quantity of grain in a sack or bucket D. L. Phillips Pastor. the cost: of such sale. and advertising. C. A. Knight, Tax Collector, 86 Baxter A Crews. ..._.-______ Moat. Market ________......... 10-1.3 10.1-3 10.1.1 ___ 6.00 260
36 Hart Furniture Co. .....___n Furniture Dealers ___u___________ ____ 6.00 l
] and walk slowly and grasp Description) n T. 11. A Owsjer Taxes" A Coat 37 Howell Turpentine. Co. _.___ :Turpentine Operator __________ 10.I.a 10.1.:1 _-. __ 20.00_ 1000
handfuls of the grain and cast it DIET STOPS TOOTII DECAY SE" of WWW _________ 2 II M: 40 A. Z. Adklns -.--__--I1S.KO 88 Denmark Furniture Co. n___ Furniture Dealers. --.......... 10-1-81 _______ Butt ,,
out the All NWi of SEVi E of canal 3 s Quigley. A Davis ___.u__-._- Lumber Dealers __ _unn 10-1.32 -_____-- 16.00 7.60I
In front of him scattering RESEARCH WORKERS CLAIM .____._______.28 8 22 7 Arthur Wood 21.37 40 Three Friends Barber. Shop __ Barber. Shop ______.__.__.... to.I-3 10-I.a ( .____.. a.oo 260 I d
grain with great evenness over the One A In NW Cor. of 8W& Starke. Cocoa Cola Bottling Co. Bottling Plant _n __________ 10.1.8 __ ._ lo.oo 6.00
I W. Blaks- of SEW In Starke ------88 I 22 1 Dr O. U Ilaynes ___.__ 47.14 I City Barber. Shoe n___ ._____ Barber shop u_______ ______ 10.1.31 lo-l. 31 ______. a.oo 1.60 1 ,,7
ground. According to Howard Lots 1 3 of Silk 16 Original 43 Steam Pressing Co. .n_______ Pressing Club ._n___ ._____-_- Iu-I-il 10-1...81 __-.__--. 6,00 2.60
The quotation of soil and the way lee, science editor of the Associated Town of Htarke In NEWS 44 Standard Oil Co. _____ Service Station _.- .____.-_-____ 10-1-31 10.1-3 ___ --? 3.006"1
I the grain and yielded on each first 100 cent of SW'--------------Z5 8 22 F. F. Stump..4*_____ 42.29 46 Packer of Florida ___________ Hill Poster __ ____uu__. _u__ 10-1.8 __ 10'00 1
grew Press the per Lot 28 of Blk 7 City Park U II. O. Wall ._. __________ Art New York Life Inu..ranc. Cf..._ 1".1.8 10.I.R> __....____ 8 00' 61
| kind of soil. scientific proof of.the specific diet Hub DIV W. ft C.'. Addition 1l Louis H. _. Atlas of l.on.II Kfre Insurance Co._ ________ 3.00
The Jesus said "He that hath which will teeth namely to Starke. _-_---2 6 22 F. F. Stump ____________ 1.8 4 Louis H 111_-____________. Fir. Insurance Co. __ 10.1-3 10-1.3 10-1.'81 _____. ain' I
preserve Block. ABC D Stump's addition Starke Telephone. Co. u__-__ 'Telephone "System----------------' I"-I.a| _____ 1400 7.00 1
ears to hear let him hear." It'ls phosphorus and vitamin B, was to Starke In 8M of 4 Thomas Monk ______________ Peddler ___________.._____-___ t.I.31 10.1-3 10-1.'81 World War Veteran 4
said, "A teacher's chief work Is to to Canadian missionaries HKVi of NHJ4 _______29 a 22 F. F. Stump, _,_-----.-- 18.12 61 H. C. Wall __ .u___________ A.tn. Firs Insurance Co. .___h.___ 10-1-3 10-1 .31 ..__ Lou
credited two Com 210 ft W of 8W Cor of 412. 62 II. C. Wall ----____--____--. A.rl""lu.al In.uranc. Co. .._._._ 10-1.31 ________ a.lI I
| cause his pupils to think. This to China Dr. and Mrs. R. Madison gc Myrtle. Sts. & H. C. Wall ___ ___________ Fir. Insurance. Co. _..... 10.1.8 10.1.3 10-1.81 -_ ____ 4
truth applies to Sunday Schoolteachers run W 210 ft to Westmoreland 6 II. C. Wall __n____.-_________ Liverpool. London A Globe Ins.
Gordon Agnew. at., thence 8 on (' .. ____ 10-1.32 -___._-_ 2.00
I and preachers but they Following final scientific investigations said Ht. 420 ft H 210 ft N 66 H. C. Wall _____u____________ New York Underwriters ins. Co. __ 10.1.8 10-1 -X3 __ ______ 3.00
should be careful what seed they at the University of Toronto 420 ft to beg. de.l.nat..d. 6rt II. I'. Wall .u________________ Hanover Fire Insurance Co. .....-- 11.1.3 IO-1-.1 ________ a oo) r
on map of Ga.klna' 67 II. C. Wall __________________ Northern. Assurance. Co. _n...____ 10-1-31 _____ IOU
sow and what they give their hear their announcement of the to Starke ai Clark I 2 A II i. C. Wall ___ ______________ Northwestern Fire and Marine In. 10.1.3 fl1
ers to think Blk. __ 28SWH 6 IB. C. Uol.ndort _______ 9.9 G ('o, 10-1-31 10-1 ..81 100
upon. final in ten research, experiments ---- - 2 --- -------
step years of NEVi A SEVI Of 61 n C. Wal _._ ______________ Rhode Island I r.i.r ; Co. 10-1-31 10-1 :'31 ...:..:: 8.Oil '
"And when he was alone they- on 350 children was NfcHi 10 A on S side I ..31 6 22 70 B. C. Jolt1ndorf' ______ 211 80 C. __n_____ ____ __ U H. 10-I.AI 10.1.3A __ _.._ 3.00
[ asked of Him the parable." hailed Dr. E. V. McCollum of 5Ety\ of NWW" __________-34 6 22 49 W. A. ____. 81 H. C. Wall __._____--____- Maryland Casualty Co. Y.--- 10.I-R 10-1.'31 ___.. .___ 300
by rf a 1 A lot In SW Cor If. C. Wall __u____________ Fidelity I ) Casually Co. ._______ 10.1.8' ___..__ 3 00 1
"And he said unto them know Johns Hopkins University one of EI Bf.% of SKVt of SEdi 19 I W. H. Griffin ______ 1.n B Oalety Theatre ___________ Theatre a. _uu___________ 10.I.R ___ ___ 10.00 5.00
lye not this parable 7 and how then 84 Rtarke Bakery _____.u___ Bakeries. ___uu.__--..__. 10-1,8> __ __n 300 1.60"
COUNTY fVNDa. BRADFORD COUNT Foil P.IUOJ ENDINU! BEPTEBIDER'OTIL IKKt 86 A. W. A..r..... ____u_...._._ larage 1 10-l.31 _u___. 10 00 6 00 1
JwiU ye know all parables 7 The REPORT for tb.p..rlo" 68 I, B. Carlton ________________ Peddler ..___u.u________ 10.1.3 > World War Vet.r.nB l""
sower soweth the word. And these The following report of the receipts and disbursements. of the County funds of Bradford County J. H. Alexander _u___________ Oarage _._..un. _____ 10.1-8 World War V.t..ra.
by the ending September 30th. 1933, with the. balances and amount of warrant outstandingrand a statementof the Mrs. W. E. HorneusA. __________ "Shooting' U..ler _____u___ 1-1.3 10-1.3 _n____. 1000 600
way side when they have the assets. and liabilities and the value of County property. of the said Bradford County as reported on Is 89 H. CrewsHoover _______________._ lawyer _, _____.__.__ ___-_ 10-1-31. 10-1.3 _____--_ 11)110 1.01 )
I heard; Satan Cometh Immediately 30th day of September. 1932, by the Board of County Commissioners. and the Clerk of the Circuit Court 70 Bros. __ ___________ Photographers __.._._-_____ 10-1.3 _-_ 4.60 ,
and taketh that hereby. published under provision of Chapter 6813, Acts of 1816. Laws ot Flo Ida.Comptroller.; 71 H. C. Wall ___________________ Agt. National Surety Co. ?___ 10.1.3 10-1.1 Un___ 1.00 10
away the word was J. M. !: 73 T. T, Long .. nu___...____ Agt. Hun Insurance. OMlce ______ 10.1.8 10-1.3 S.(Ml
sown In their hearts. And these on T. T. Long --_______--__ Agent. Orient Insurance Co. _-____ 10.1.3 11.1-31 10-1.31 _______ a",) 1
stony receive it with glad. 1 W. J. JacksonO. ________._____ II.rb..r. Shop __..__.__________ 10-1.31 _.. 1 00 .61 11'
ground 76 H. Parker ______.__-_____ Marage -______________ 10.1-3 __ 2. I'
| ness; and endure but for a time: 78 A. Hartman ________....__ Lunch Room .___________- 6.1.3 10-1.3 -_ 1.11 a.61 121 1
afterward when affiliation or I V I 77 C H. Bennett -_____....__.. Slot Machine ________________ I.I-U 10-1.31 ._ 260
per. t 78 C'. H. __ __.___u__'__ Slot Machine -. _u______________ 10-1.32 n __"_ 6.00 2.50 ,
secutlon arlaeth for the word's t.w i ; i io 79 C. H. (I.nn.tt.nn.t _________ Slot Machine ___.____________ 1"-I-R 10.I.R 10-1.31 ___ _. 6.00 2.60 '
| sake, immediately are offend- ; : o I I 5 Te 80 C. ________________ Slot Machine. u______________ 10-I.U .. 6.no 2.50ft
they .u : a aoa : L. Biggs _u___ ___ I'hy.llaR nun_______ 10.1.3 10-I.U _____ 10.no .00
I ed. And these which are sown FUNDS ; : a3 8 J. H Midilleton. ...K.______ _..__nuu____ 10-1-31 In.l.31 1000 6.Ol")
( among thorns; And the cares of "' a% a. BoOeneral 83 Knlll'ht.Knight _____ Lawyers. _ ...______________ 10-1-31 1-1.3 ______ __ 1000 6.00
his 1 84 Co. -_._______ lee Factory ___________ IO-1-.1I __ _. 10.00 5.00
world and the deceitfulness of 86 VV", B. Parka __ ____ Physician ___ ________ 10-I.U ._. loon son :i
riches and the lusts of other things 86 Louie's Service Station.._____ Slot Mai'nine ______________ 10.1-3 10-1.3 10.1-3 __ 6.01 260"
I 37 Wiggins. Bros. ______ Turpentine Operator ______ ____0_ __ to.on ;
entering In, choke the word, and it _______________ ., "15' 1,1'.00 11,963.10 4'.60 IU.60 111.50 4,345.57 8* Viol....'. Lunch Room ________ Cafe ____u_________________ 10.I-R 10-1-1 10.1.1 _____ 2.60 1.25
] becometh unfruitful And these are Forfeiture __________________1.11. ,71.1 5,747.90 121.40 171.50 171,90 U.IO 89 W. A. D..nt. Jr. ___________ Pressing Club .____._________ 10-1-31 1-1.3a 5.00 2.8l">
I Fine ____________ .1 11.0 11.1 -- --- -- --'-- 74.63Agriculture 90 W. A. Hu".t.. Jr. _u__._____ Cafe ._._ ______ nu______ _______ 600 160
they which are sown on good Road Brkge_ _________________ 10.13 _n __ _____- ___ __ ___ -- --- 1.01 DeWItt C. Jones ___________ Undertaker ____.__________ 10.1.8 10.1.3 10.1-1 10.1.3 .__ 15.00 760 I
I ground; such aa hear the word and _______________ I.a.u ___ 850.49 1,000.00 n_ U __ __ _-r 0.6a W. A. Ilessent. Jr. Slot Machine -- ---.-. 1.60 1.36 ? d
1 receive it Publicity __ _______________________ a.11'.I' 8..U ___ __ __ ___ __ '.'1Widow' 93 D. A.: Montletk ...::: := Hlot: Machine: I : ::: :=:::::=: I -\\n: 10-1:8- 5.00 2.6D
and bring forth fruit Bullding. Pensions __________ 13.1 10.00 830.60 1,233.00 10.00 IU.3' 94 II. A. Weeks _______..=___ Turp.ntn. Operator. _______ 10-1-31 10-1.33 2000 10.00 '
I some thirty-fold and some sixty Ind.bt.dn. __ ," 1.21.1 n.40 911.70 13.1 96 Hough Turpentine Co. _____n Operator __ ____._ 2000 10.00
|and some an hundred. Outstanding Totals ___ .. n w N__4,071.10 2468.40 402.03; !a1,82.1, 24.60 '2.1 l.nl.1 98 H. A. Smith ________ ______ Turpentine. Operator ._-___-_ 11.1-3 10-1.3 10.1-1 _u__ 20.01 10.00
97 M. F. Lawrence WigginsW. __ Turp..ntn. Operator -. _._n_ __ IO.J-U __ __ 30.Ol' 10.on '
A writer says the truer name of ASSETS AID LtABILITiBS YALrB or corJTT PROPERTY 93 H. Smith _-___-____ OperatorTurpenllM ________ I-I-a 10-1. -._u_ 20.01) 10.00 f
this parable would be "The Dr. Cr. Dr.Balance 99 Powell Turpentine Co. ____ Operator ___ _n____ 10-1.112 2000 10 on h
parableof A..t.In Depodtory 6,87.77 Court House __---40,0000 0 100 J. L. Fra... ___________ Lawyer------------------------ 10-1.3110.1-12 U' 10.00 '.oe
the ---- --- -. .q
( Soils. The emphasis Is not _______. 10,3.6..1 Jall ______ 11.000.00LlabIIU }
I upon the sower nor the seed but Uncollected. Taxes," Furniture Flxtur. .. Oeo. A. Gardiner, County Judge., and C. A. Knl.ht. Tax Collector. of said County, do certify that the

I upon the kind of oils that receive, Current ______ 521.10 Court ]lou.e ,Jail _1.10.00 I foregoing* I. correct. Given under our band and ollelal seal of County Judge, this I day. of November A.

the seed. Jesus bade them take Total __.. __1,11.0 547.70 Total.._____4.10.00 I UEO. A> GARDINER, County Judge. C. A. KNIOHT. Tax Collector.

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y-r AUIII- -- EIGHT 00- laying bands upon the bonus Sine then rye learned that Tare
that conditions are friend hand 1 It now putting two ?
WEEK Who eays currency--to them we
BOY than last? At least ther- expand the ads sides facing eacToTw?
Telegraph worse this year shrink contract It,- or
Bradford County Boy Scout W-began;; Wednesday -] we don't have to sit by the radio Thus it. every shirt; It duplicates J?

Established 1877 and will 'continue through and bear "Life Is Just a Bowl of I couldn't let them exercise their) of course but It creates a V 11I01'1
' be Cherries." the favorable Impression on the
February 14. It will talents PI'OIo
Class observed Tuesday throughout the Unite I the dead making that thar budget balance pect. And the bird that 80ld the
Fridays and Entered as Second GROUNDHOG, LTD. ed a ads and got the
Published Weekly on tlttlngthat money made
and It is particularly
States, s
+ Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida some recognition be made ot It seems as If you cannot put found pointing out, with no delaying clean get-away.
; since in recent weeks the your faith In anything anvmore- I I namely .- ,
Irl it locally
______ .Editor and Owner Scout movement has been revived not even the groundhog. The old ing both tax the public won't be paying. NEWS FROM STATE C\PITAJ,
E. L. Matthews______________ Boy out last week sat times
In Bradford County. fellow came this simple as can be
winter ,was over-and Just look Very to them Technocracy. (Continued from page 1))
who are leave
SUBSCRIPTION RATE A group of boys are bustIng done
.; Things
their work seriously has been enlisted what happened. wifVo leaving the analyst that the state would pay the 1
In Advance'Advertising face every day but in a sup
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable here, and the townspeople right in our then technocracy if beer producing no paralysis In fulL
Inaulls one
Rates on Application are cooperating in giving work to First it was the do. How I we leave, with stifled sob The committee told the governor
and now the groundhog "
those who are trying to can 1 versatlon persona who are seeking jobs. I its recommendations on reduction!

Jig-saws come and yo-yos go, but bridge goes on' for, enough money to pay their tees O tempore, -mores gatherings ; pangs of exile Twill assaug in classroom programs and adnZUtrative
organization. know we have no patronage. costs will save
In this splendid DISCIPLES 10F1. ST. VITUS into $072570 ,
ever. Tonight (Friday) will be Initiation Members of the Dance-of-the. potations dear ladles of the press year but that the general finance

o night and seventeen boys who to seethe "I hear have unfeigned thankfulness condition of the counties ant
the Club .gratlfled
of Month were ..
The first harbinger of prosperity will be the return have studied hard and met the requirements success of their first function having I you have done to give us pleas.ure schools and the shortage in tax

will be conducted payments make It necessary tar
which came on3 several ago. he never
apple core. through: the ritual of becoming i'uHfledged It was attended by quite the If I were memories we will alway! the schools to ask the state for the

--o Scout. The ceremony turned out : treasure same appropriation given by the
to crowd that has like this:
refused + largest
An Illinois woman has held in the schoolhouse we roam that vast expanse 1931 session and to
Wonders never cease. which will be In these parts for some time and< have a request fun
to all lame ducks seeks their of the
Is sum.
auditorium. open payment
of stiff competition their
In the face paid
1 accept alimony. friends, and parents o to be present and lend J happy days are here again ties showed $500,000 In
he 'eing urged Florida. So now members unpaid
+ of
t weather men, one person
+ The groundhog is like all the other the feeling I of substantiality that are wondering if they hadn't better ed her on let us know Just when teachers' salaries and $250,000 ta

+ makes mistakes. the presence of grown-ups offers. open an annex* or something for: of times : and when. unpaid current expenses carried y

o Here is what the Tallahassee. the next club dance scheduled for: nose In over from the 1031-32 fiscal! year, r

lines make a model T look as'fasl I Democrat has to say about the Boy February 17, what'-with' examina had never the committee told the governorRecommendations N

I The new automobile Scout Movement: ions being over and everyone, In a The Late i

\. ionable as a bustle. Starting today and continuing to festive mood.Incidentally"after. lug one's The committee recommended
.. Scout Week will --- favorably that 'the present state board of
o 14, Boy
5 February
,1\\ better get the United the dance waiver eoo education, made up of the governor -
They'd observed throughout gerous o' elassifJ
;. 'a Coney Island has caught fire again. states.oe The occasion marks the about o'clock one young leads to : I and his cabinet, be replaced, by I

'" rid\ of those hootch dancers. 23rd[ anniversary of the Boy Scouts student remarked that he must less. It RUSSELL KAY constitutional amendment, with i e'nonsalaried '

1 0 America. It will be celebratedy hasten back to"' Gainesville and greatest See_...,. Florida P..... A-.uw, state board of education
d '
: "Make Taxation Hurt." 1 It lof the nearly 30,000 Boy Scout study for an exam the next day. Jon, and a state commissioner of
: An editorial, heading urges, troops in almost every town and Ab youth! Another and more ingenious cheap la the season that Florida education. The members of the

& doesn't feel so good right now. city: ,of the country. collegian brought his! exclusion flooded with smart little boys board would be appointed by the

--O Interest hi Boy Scouting reaches books along; lie repaired to a and girls who flit from town to governor with approval of the gen. t

There is only one more Friday the 131 to all parts of the country. ScoutIng nearby hotel during the early partof unfolding with bright ideas and snappy' ate for four year over-lapptl 1
Cheer !
'I'! up : I world movement with the evening and sat there for the enterprising home- .firms. The commissioner of edu-

f ,., this year, and it doesn't come until October. members. is a in 73 lands under 44 flags. wrinkling his brow. Then when the mearchant whose hobby Is I cation would be named by ui i't

o things really got going he came I them ; advertising, which Include I board and be .subject to removal
; afternoons will be considei Scouting Is a program of interring over all full 'of pep and Political! I review from Jumbo Thermom-. only by Impeachment.
It looks as if long summer useful things for boys to Another recommendation wu.hat
1 Starke. Science and danced away the night offerings; to wind-shield stickers. eI
ably; ,shortened by some good baseball games in do In" their; leisure, time. These nomic or county school board members I

0Air boys learn the mysteries of Wood- THE OLD TAG GAME" be elected for four year, over-lap.
Ira .. perhaps think.in
I craft of First AidSwimming and i.... you'd ping terms and appointment of
1 c, in a city is purest at 4 a. m. So that's why these'citypeoplestay ; Life, Saving of OutdoorCooking When I was young I tous Haven with the guidance county school superintendents by

up so late-just to get a breath of pure}air. and Camping, of Signaling MapMaking And,used,to. play to listen such chaps as Dad Lee George county school boards. At present,
.' some bit Jack Guthrie and Russ Haas,,
if +
and Citizenship.Like At .tag
Hiking games school board members are elected
-- Roman the Red Cross; the Boy Both night and day, one how business meu would know bet- for two-year terms and county superintendents a

According to Arthur Brisbane, spectators at a Scouts of America Is chartered directly I. U8eJtmyreet... looks in. than sit in a game with one of for four-year terou.

circus had nothing on visitors to a modern dance'marathon." by Congress and the Presi- And fused rpy./wlt/ Herald. here today and gone tomor- Definite fixing of authority and

0 dent of the United States is its And seldom found advertising sharp-shooters,, powers for county school boards '
honorary president.The That I,was It.; BEA no; a wise-guy breezed into superintendents also "
Talla1 asteel'ap. and county
Yw The Lake Wales Highlander thinks that Scoutmasters are picked local But.now,I'm grown: little village not long ago and was recommended, the executive r

{ pointments will not be as numerous as the disappointments.'. men who give their time with And wear,..frown., Within a lot of home town boys for committee favoring making the mi-

O :! out pay because of their interestIn This game. of tag has been buggy ride. perlntendent the executive officer
the ""Doctor' the boys of America. Has got me down. mercial of the board.
that reprint
$ One local doctor suggested we Scouting gives boys a chance to I'm always It not .. Guthrie of the Florida The committee suggested that

Dream." If we ever do we will rewrite it into the "Printer'sDream. serve their community. Its activities And have to squeeze Even in Festival came to Tampa more of the school money should

." not only give pleasure and The agent says value week to have a couple of looks be spent in' actual classroom Instruction .

knowledge but they prepare to "Ten dollars please. ages are the South Florida Fair and I I and leas for administra-

E.. o meet communty emergencies.When -.-., aesthetic to be waltin' in his hotel. tlon; that classes be made larger,
An Atlanta Journal writer is not superstituous, but says tornado struck Omaha or tents for while he was (etUn' himself especially in the smaller schools;

y he would consider\ it very unlucky for thirteen to eat at histable southern Illinois when flood Perfumes slicked up to go to supper. that school principals should devote

swept on Pueblo-when earth- From Other Pens as less part of their time to teaching;
;' just now. quake and fire hit California- "t'I'q' found in onus"r'r.' Everything went fine until he and that the cost of school trans-

ca, o when powder magazines exploded which in his grip for a clean poratlon be reduced. ,

'rucThe, Tunes-Union" is featuring a series of articles called In New Jersey-the Scouts provedat I Hon. Eugehd S. Matthews has have and,selected what was sup Getting into the subject of athletics

"Income Tax in a Nutshell. Most incomes could be placed once their readiness to serve. again bee -"m6de' chairman of the In color, to be a nice clean white one the cost of which has
Scouting is neither military nor Florida Railroad Commission. A of the laundry. brought out raps from the press

ina i ( }nutshell,too, anti-military. It carefully avoids althful and ,efficient); official and serves < recently. the> committee said

a o political or commercial entangle- ever alert to the best interests oft smaller It was all folded cute and pretty schools "should concentrate more

', A Kentucky man has been awarded $65,000 for loss ol ments. he State he well merits this high crackers one of these little card-boards on a physical and health education
Scouting knows no race or creedor : TI men_H er old._ boxes it in for All_ ,children and reduce -
raiautaIt's me middle to hold shape' program -
his l left hand. It is encouraging to learn that there Is something class. Troops are found alike In IjqJlO.- ._ II when be took the pins out and to a minimum the salaries and

,Jeft that is worth that much money. Catholic parish. Jewish- synagogue 'hard to ;,believe the report, of I it up Oh boy. time allotments for major athletic

fJ and Protestant church. It that St.. Augustine has decided to sldered which tend to over-emphasize expensive
Is available to farm or city'hlik.It posofflce on the One training for a limited few,"
its new
Jluey Long says that he become a politician when' the' Invention Is found in schools--It served the ( side of the old slavemarket. The ages 'of The little cardboard all cluttered The committee said it was opposed
> of the linotype machine ended his career' asla''type-' rich as it serves the poor. Its aim pot, one of the,real points of his lovely with advertisements of Winter to special Individual Instruction

setter. Another good argument against the machine age. Is to help each of these boys to be-: torical InterestsLQr Florida: should stopped merchants who figured they in music as part of the schoolprogram"
their competitors
',', .come the best citizen that he can certainly preserved,aa It is. We fered out-smart to too many foreign language
0' the prospect a
s make of himself. Imagine that..there, will be loud away a reaching courses, and to too many
''A A' I: Many towns are complaining that gasoline cost's them His Dally Good Turn,to some one protests from all over the State was his mind was in a receptive advanced courses in technical sub
Is the Scout's effort to' help' the I This ; tell him your story while in
will soon recommended economy
thirty It
several cents more per gallon than is paid twenty or and think St* Augustine his shirt at five jects.
fellow also to make the best has had changing of
decide ,to ,recR""I j''.!' miles.away. Starke has a right to add its voice to this chorus. of himself. ner. ers per yelp. instruction service and listed lu

-o--- But It Is "fun
o ----o-- idea of courses regarded as
C J ain't that a
: ask
Now I
caused you
+ '1'r' The average of 1,200 letters a day received by JosephV. A UNIVERSAL WANT AD ple now idea? imagine anybody damental and essential.Invited the

has fallen to 350 a day You've read twenty black Governor SholU
McKee when he was acting mayor Maybe Wanted man for hard work where to committee to meet with him again

e ; now that Mayor O'Brien has taken office. O'Brien Is bald- and rapid promotion who'ban find slab smeary of cardboard ads crowded, when on he's a before the Legislature convenes In

a headed. Heard It, But things to be done without the help wipin' the soap out of his eyes April. He said he had not yet
1 of a manager and three assistants. worked out an educational pro
minutes late for a
8 Ion. is twenty
A man who gets to work on time gram for recommendation to the
.} j% The enrollment at the University of Florida reached the HEARTACHE!: In the morning and does not Imperil engagement. And the Unit-poor Legislature but will have it ready
that regular
f highest, peak in its history during this semester., Many -- the lives! of others In an at- States eggs money pay for that kind of when the lawmakers meet.

without jobs; are making their leisure pay future dividendsby A contributor to the New Yorker tempt to be the first out of the will stand up on their hind .
of love office at night A man who is neatIn ( ROUTINE MEETINGOF
has a new Interpretation can't afford '
and tell you they COMMISSIONContinued
going back to of love'he appearance and does not sulk
t "The conventional sign I think advertise In the newspaper, the
hour' overtime emergenderan -
{) I writes "is the heart. Therein I
fish of He then! A man who iisiens car e full y By are too high. < from page 1.)
t. A poster issued by the State tells the biggest story :love is .upposed to lie. His -

them all. A member of the finny tribe is curved within an goes on to trace the cause of this when he Is' spoken to,' to and Insure ash Of course a fellow might notice county court house, and the count
LOT only enough questions In their
conventional symbolism. aside carefully who desire a telephone
outline of the peninsula its tail wagging somewhere around Indigestion accurate'Carr u g :out of instrux- In ads and lay jail by paying .
causes indigestion. read when he got home from the said office may have same
{ Pensacola and its head resting in Miami. generates stomach gas. Stomach hone A'man'wbo'move8 quickly His arty, or he might tack it up In one-half of the rent thereon
o ',: gas presses against the heart,causIng and makes- as little noise as poi- ; bathroom as a decoration or Matter of purchase of state tai
n I Hence the heart Bible about It: A man who looks taxes on
Saturday pain there. He "' but the trouble Is most certificate and subsequent
f ,, '; Governor Sholtz stepped out of character last ; seems to be aching from love and you straight In the .eye and tell And are terribly earless about 80 acre tract of land as put before

+ rj ; and conducted,the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra throughthe becomes Its 'repository. the truth every' lme. A mBD-who In In' other guys advertise the board at last meeting by H. D
Goverho"?'will be does not pity himself for having basket. in view of instruction
March from'Tannhauser. We hope the in the waste I May was
Perhaps we should not have to dig and hustle. A man who I 18 I think refused
from the comptroller,
in getting the next legislature to play in harp cheerful courteous to everyone. How I '
aSsuccessful, passed on this interesting bit of Information But wait;, don't go yet;, you aln'' Deputy sheriff bonds were approved !
mony. right here at Valentine!. and determined to make good.If Within nothln'. The cute little ads for J. F. Johnson of Hampton

o Day when lovers all over the world interested apply any how,. n this cardboard shirt stuffer were and Voile Reddish of La-
ih are trying to decide whether; t(o any day, any place to any employer. His, In nice sticky black -
Brisbane whizzing through Florida on a fast train last red .-Patton's Monthly. printed tey.Reports list
i send as love's messenger the '. Ink and It took plenty tover of inspection of
week, spoke a good word for the Plant City berry industry heart dripping the conventional -0-- MRS. some of the box-car letters. county convict camp in Nassau
1 in his column, but failed to mention Starke and Lawtey. lie drops of blood or the diapered EVENINGBy OF county and Bradford county J11
cupid resting complacently Im- his clean and ordered filed
were approved
When Jack opens up
4. must have been taking his afternoon nap as he passed< ( Bert Cooksley wai
b modest In a nest of paper lace. I wish you could have seen Report of the county judge

F/l 1 through this part of the State. Let this house be journey's end; cock-eyed thing it looked like received and ordered filed.

D- But we were afraid we might Here Is rest to borrow; without futurist painting of the Century Letter from Hon. Dave SholtZGovernor

A well-known psychologist has predicted that the Unit. forget if we kept it another weekor Sleep hath oalJ' peace toladTo posed f Progress., It was an art study liilack of the State was received tht
so, and if you'good people will the long day's labor friend- and white that would have and read to the board in which
ed States will go on a "spree" that will make other prosperity forgive and forget we suggest that .Sleep until >tomorrow! Owen the grand prize anywhere Governor urged that the board exert

eras seem "like quilting parties" as soon as we get some the modern valentine run something and the world. every effort to effect real economy
w like this: Here's a hear h 1ace. here Is food. retiring in the operation of the county's '
again.. He ridicules the idea that the depression has The-
r money My heart is aching dearest Here there is- no hurry; But what a break for the adertisers business during their tenure

d been'a sobering influence, and he is probably right Already Like two reahly-stepped-on bun For the fretful and the rude To they not only got their: of office same was ordered filed.

'Y we are beginning to wonder what a movie house looks like i lops. Working of an old earth's mood- on the cardboard but they Report of Jonathan Dukes Justice
inside. I But for the life me I can'tTell Let tomorrow,worry! We way beyond that and actually of the peace of the eight dir
if It's you or onions. shirt. Oourse trict were received and ordered
'em on the prospect's
o -.J..J. for the day'slong labor friend.The..e'll ,
p a With they were in reverse and iruy filed.
j We"aee that Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler complained to One of the holty-toltiest places be time tomorrow; would have to stand on hit Special ,and routine bills wer
to "fashion snooping" is the Let L this house be Journey's end.
Columbia about the lack of go to read 'em but don't think paid.
is r the trustees of University good Rita.-Magazine Ad; Youse sale Sleep hath only peace to lend- attention further buatnet
of There no
1, I Ic manners in the American public. What's the matter I Did & mouthful Come you In and borrow! To they didn't get.plenty-*. the board being adjourned to meet first

some red-blooded American refuse to doff his hat and bowl --:.-' U We For ithe next ten minutes I 'Its" Monday .in .March which will tit

and scrape! properly kowtow when the prominent doctor In, ....-Vtenioas' ,,v.S' \cU t.' CHEAP-CRITICISM to the choicest: assortment of; on the sixth of said month.Clerk.1933.A. .

deigned to pass by?.: Highlands American! Believe'lf.or.not.Dr. ,. Bl Voltaire once Illustrated the-say. All t 100 percent.unpure language to encounter it had li ..J. .Thomas
t been my privilege
Butler is, quite democratic-often rides on subways and appeal i Mg "Speak only good of the dead.! And many a day and if you think it was :Madison-D.. :M, Sanders moved
and town. thus about a man whom street
e 'everything although he belongs to the greatest of all aristocracies Middle village by I complmentary to the laundry 01 mercantile store to Pmckney
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