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 17, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner

Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-l-ayable in Advance _ '
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= :- Must-StopI,I "It Strikes-czn d-R zin Boy Driver Sunday Commission Saves' Red Arrived Cross Here Sweaters<- Recently Berry Movement Bradford Takes First i

for Hire HaulingOf Sunday Causing night-,Broken while returningto Arm Growers Millions Thirty-six Are Being-dozen Distributed Red Cross! Slow In County At Corn Club Show ]

from Saxton, R. L. I sweaters have been received here

Bradley Lawtey was struck by a hlt-and- Matthews Says by the Welfare Association and are After Cold Spell :

[ Strawberries I I run leg. driver Bradley and and received two companions a broken I being county.distributed Five dozen throughout have been the At South Florida Fair' 'r I '

around the bg: curve given to needy children In the Are Lowest In Several'
were walking Figure j
nnual Report of Chairman ShowsBenl"flts been \
dozen have
Com- school ten -
State Railroad when an av Starke \VecknPrloea Remain -- -- '
_,, ilor of just south of Lawtey

Iml9lon t First Gave of Order Week Here cut omoblle across, coming the road toward and ran Starke Into, DforlBy Growers Florida I given each have out In been the sent city, to four Lawtey dozen, About-the Same Grow Cayana Cane Union Is Second I; ; 3

Hampton, and Brooker, and three strawberries County Agent Urges ,
the group. The driver of the automobile The movement
Tallahassee, Feb. 13.-In connection f
the Florida State his without dozen to New'Rlver.The'sweaters Starke and Lawtey droppedto Home With I'rU
pectors of continued on way : with the custom of all departments from Boy Return (, .
road Commission were InIke stopping to see what damagehe biennium to take are In many the lowest figure In several Cayana 10 sugar cane accordingto !\Ionf'y-4-11 Work tiring ..

Tuesday and Wednesday had done.Theater. i each ferent colors and present an at- weeks, following the freeze of last Mr. 1. T. Dyer. county agent, Good RmulU
achievements and issue
before leaving:, Instructed W. w stock, review tractive apperance as well as beling Wednesday. Although rain and has been grown In this section for \
to the
and other truck owners reports governor warm. cloudy weather followed the dropIn only three or tour years, he having Bradford County 4-H club boys

filler hauling legislature, Eugene S. Matthews, and mitigated the secured the seed cane from the the 10 bushels ,
must cease [ to Open temperature won first prize In y
they ; Chairman of the Florida Railroad
[wberrles as common carriers Commission today outlined the accomplishments Mrs. Thomas Freed damage that was thought at first government experiment station at exhibit of corn at the annual 4-II 4.S" I'j

llse pay the license that Is re- which he said in- to be done, it Is still estimated that Cairo Ga. corn show, held In connection with ::r."

led for this type of vehicle. Feed Store Moves cluded millions, of dollars to the cold snap resulted In the loss This variety Is being grown on a the South Florida Fair according ,',11 '
he commission's orders went and of the of forty to fifty per cent of the number of farms now, Mr. Dyer to an announcement by R. W. 111 (

effect Immediately, and sev- the shippers growers In SlayingBrotherWife present crop. It will be at least says, and has met with favor whereit DIacklock, state boys' club agent.
State, and explained the purposesand '
trucks that were ready for three weeks before this section has been tried. It has some Union finished second. Santa Rosa I' I'
to northern markets bade C. A. Futch New Manager ofCheckerboard functions department."As gets back to normal shipments. objections he uays such as being third and Escambla fourth in this ,:
.rture decisions -
of favorable -
the result '
bought by the trucker before Store-Knight's by the Interstate Com of Famous Ball l'IuYflr, Bornu Starke, since last. Thursday, has hard and difficult to strip, but clans. In the 0 bushels, Walton .'\1I f I

'Ing. It Is reported that a Garage Begun merce Commission In refrigerationand .. Sampson City, ClearedAt shipped 20,864 quarts by express these objections are far outweighed County was first and Okalooan see- i J- '
Ralford was also and Lawtey reports an average of by its good qualities. ::1,1

Ik leaving the first of the week. The Gaiety Theatre, which has rate cases in which the FlorIda Hearing 150 to 175 crates dally, or approxImately Cayana 10 cane Is resistant to ond.The winnings of he Individual ,.,

ped' Miller does not Intend to been dark for more than two years, Railroad Commission represented Mrs. Herb Thomas who admitted 30,000 quarts. Large certain diseases of cano, such a.affect boys In these two counties were as -1 4- '
Br.! the Interests of Florida
operation of his fleet of will again be lighted in the near : shooting her brother, Bruce T. numbers continue to be shipped by the old varieties, and will follows: \\i >1t ,
jse berry
fruit ,
shippers three to four '
I en trucks that have been car- I' future. A. S. Manassa of Atlanta and melon are saving $2- Close of Columbus, Ohio, at a fluting truck, Wednesday being the big- produce from Bradford CountyLarge Weest.t"f { "
growers varieties under -
Ga. has leased the building fromB. since the freeze, when as much as the other :
\\ig berries from Starke, Lawtey a Mr. Matthews lodge at Astor early Friday gest day Ear ClallGordun "
139,000 The
Alderman for two and year loaded. Lawtey the same conditions. syrup "
first of the J. years 400 crates were \
since the cleared at hearing
a 3rd
Raiford morning was and oaten
70 $3.00, :'
and Bth ears,
In of high quality, many ,I
[son but will buy the fruit be- plans to show moving pictures Work- said.This Is just one phase of the held In Tavares before Judge E. N. expects to begin loading cars again claim that It Is just as good as any. ears, $3.00; Percy sullivan 6th, ''t, '
few '
within the next days. 1 P
the platform Instead Mrs. Thomas, wife of a today. \
leaving I this week Railroad Commission work, how- Talley. There have been a number of on 70 ears, J2.BO; Leslie Thomas. "
Biaullng for hire. I men have been busy center elder of the New York There was little encouragementIn Nelson.
ever, the Chairman explained. The to Mr. Dyer about 7th on 70 ears $2.00;
it Inquiries coming
will cleaning the building and getting the matter of prices, they remained .
everal other truck owners over Giants who was born at Sampson $100. l'
Commission has jurisdiction seed cane this spring and Moore, 8th on 70 ears "
Haffeced by the commission's or- In shape to do business once more. Intrastate railroad and bus fares, City, told Sheriff W. D. Gibson about the same as in prevIous getting he has referred them to the farmers Small Ear Class--Charles Priest. I 'i '

as four or five have been pursed Mr. Manassa also owns a motion rates and practices, telephone and that her brother had threatenedto weeks, an average of $3.00 a who are growing the cane. The 4th on 70 ears, $3.CO, and 10th on ,4 f "I

by local men who haven picture house In Madison, Fla. telegraph: rates. The Commissions kill her and her three small crate though to be fairly accurate seed cane la selling usually for ten ears, $1.00; Markalee Brannen. '; II J \ I '(;

running them between this New Store Management clothed with judicial authority children. Two men substantiatedher throughout the week. about 50 cents per 100 stalks, and 2nd on ten ears $4.00: Wilson. i t !. F .

jnt and northern and eastern The Bradford County Farmers' under a clause of the State Constitution I story. ,_ there is some more available If It May, 3rd on ten ears, $3.00; Arthur J1

rkets. Supply Company this week moved and hearings are regularly Thomas, who left Starke with Plant City, Feb. 14.- Little encouragement Is gotten right soon. Those desiring Austin, 9th on ten ears, $1.00.

Brownlee May Move from Its location near the Seaboard held In Tallahassee and elsewhere I his family In the early fall to open was offered growers seed of thia variety should The premiums were considerably

the latest development In the Air Line Railway Station Into the In the State for the presentation I his hunting lodge at Astor, was with the opening of this week In communicate with Mr. Dyer, at reduced this year, giving a total

Iceful warfare now being wagede building formerly occupied by It of evidence and testimonyupon away on a turkey hunt at the time so far an strawberry prices were Lake Butler for Union County of $59.00( and; 4 4for

between the railroad and the on Call street. Geo. W. Kenly, which the orders of the Commission of the shooting. concerned. While the local mar- -- Bradford, $ )".CO this year, or 'J

ick owners was made known manager of the store, has been are based.It According to Sheriff Gibson, ket opened at around 4 3-4 and 5 Women Give Flowers $11300 for both. Last year they J

pdnesday afternoon when Brown- replaced by C. A. Futch who will was recalled by Mr. Matthews Close was reported to have been cents the pint yesterday morningIt both received a total of $20360. :

1 unofficially announced In Its loca- drinking, and threatened Mrs. showed a gradual decline as the For City Park Site
Brothers have It in charge new that the Roallroad Commissionwas Union County Large& Par: Class ,,
kt the Seaboard Air Line Line tion. It will be tentatively knownas abolished In 1891, four years Thomas. They were In the down- day wore on and 4 1-" cents was -

jilway Cornpan may cancel these the "Checkerboard Store." after it had been established, but stairs part of the hunting lodge, being freely offered the first partof The city park which was recently Howard Moore 8rd on 70( ears. lj''
ten ears, $4.00;
of sixteen feet of railroad Mr. Futch will continue to the experimental attempt to do with two other men present. The the afternoon. Indications landscaped by Aubrey Frlnk of $"00, and 2nd on

perty on which the Brownlee handle Purina feed.,' and expects, without this department proved so men said that he knocked his sister pointed to one of the heaviest daysof State Farm, la. taking on new life. Spence Dicks, 4th on 70 ears, $3.60,, /

(rehouse stands.. In the future, to put In a line of disastrous and the public clamorso down twice, after which she the season yesterday with 30 Mrs. O. M. laman and Mrs. N. D. and 4th on ten ears, $2.00 70( ;_ears Lap,
he Brownlees, who furnished seeds, crates and fertilizers. Insistent that It was recreatedby went upstairs to her children. Late' or more cars being loaded. Wainwright secured a number of Fayette Thomas, on 70)

f, location for a platform built I Garage Being"Built the Legislature of 1897 and has in the night, after they had retired There was a slight strengthening palms, oleanders, crepe myrtle and $1.60; J. P. Bennett, 10th 9th on
the last J. T. Swilley, on
of the during $1.60
Mr. Miller for the purpose of 1 been in continuous existence since. the brother was heard loadinga 1 bamboo and presented the park. ears
Work began last week on a week with 5 1-2-cent ,00 Charlie Varnea, 6U&
half of last a ten ears, $1 ;
Seaboard believed he
trucks said that the men
ding built for D. E. Highly technical work of shotgun. These plants have been planted,
large garage being holding In general for ten ears, $1.00.
Jiclala. Wednesday afternoon an- Commission requires the servicesof was coming after them. average but there Is Btlll need of more to on
in back of the Starke Carl Dukes 4
Knight Thursday and Friday and a 5 1-4- Small Ears Class-
iunced It had not yet been def- skilled departmental heads In- Instead, Sheriff Gibson found, help beautify this Ideal location.
Tourist Home. The building was cent on Saturday when 24 7th on 70 ears, $200, and 6th on ,
Itely decided but that the lease he started the stairs, after being -
accountant, a up having plants or shrubberyto
an expert r
to be 30x36 cluding Anyone 2nd }
planned Carlon Reaves
BO ,
originally cars of berries were loaded. tm ears, $1 ; *
it declare "I'll kill them
Eight not be renewed when ex- telephone engineer, a heard to am urged to notify the
with stalls for six cars. However, rate expert, a Louisiana is definitely out of the : spare on 70 ears, $::5::00.
res May 1.Brownlee all. With a lamp m one hand and have
| of motor transpor- committee. Stumps I
Mr. Knight Is planning to enlarge superintendent deal before the first of April, according park Flint Corn Class-Ralph Thomas j ,
1 have the other the
Brothers, who and counsel. These the shotgun in lamp been removed and some trees where
his to include stalls for eight tation, general LeeR > : and 1st on.
plans to word received by 1st on 70 ears, $7.60,
ten making large shipments by will be of sheet experts make surveys, appraise chimney fell off. As he was pro- they were too thick, cut down,
cars. The building Miller. The mercury dropped ten ears, $3.00.
j.ick this season are pleased with for rate fixing purposes, appear ceeding, Mrs. Thomas came out of ground leveled and raked. Extra
Iron construction. plants down to 16 out that way two mornIngs Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent
|e outcome thus far. Berries .._. and give expert testimony her room and emptied both bar dirt will be hauled In to fill the # d
In last week with the feels of the accomplishment
ipped by this method have net. C before the Interstate Commerce rela of a shotgun at him, the shot a row low places, and the grounds will proud
that while
result that the Indicated earlycoming of these boys and says
id an average of $1 more per SchedulesAre Commission and the Florida Rail- striking In the left lung. be properly drained and lawn grass
Debate section has. been some! money
In of that the boys are winning
late than those shipped by rail, road Commission and analyze re-- At the preliminary hearing held planted. The old pavilion and bandstand
until around the first of In knowledge In _
postponed they are
fey say. No prediction was madeto AnnouncedState potts and technical documents. before Judge Talley the action was is to be remodeled. Benches _
it Is and selecting good corn.
April, reported. growing
whether this average will Chairman Matthews explainedthat found to be justifiable homicide. and rustic bridges are also to be
the _
More than hundred thousand winners among
),Id up throughout the season orIt. In establishing rates It Is Thomas, who Is the son of R. A. seven added. Labor for the improvements Sweepstakes!
of out of exhibits Included
berries rolled Individual
: wide schedules for the first necessary for the Commission to 'Thomas of Starke, was a sensation pints Is being furnished by the boys for
Plant City Friday and Saturday Murdoch Ray, Walton County,
debates of the of property In football and baseball when he
of 1932-33 Relief Committee.
series the true .
find nights of last week bringing the Bushel; Yutch Lee, Santa. Rosa, 10"I.I'S _
Florida High School Debating which to estimate .a fair re- attended Duval high school. After I .
FIRE TRUCK CALLED upon season's movement through the and Russell Reider, Santa _
for the Jacksonville
announced today by playing
I A. house occupied by E. C. the League General were Extension Division of I' (Continued on page 5.) Southeastern league team, he went i week to $9,358,890 pints of berries Accidental Shot Fiona single ear.
Vleat and family on North minor for which growers have received an Individual winners for the best
Florida which sponsors! the league aBradfordMav up the ladder in the leagues,
lurch Street caught fire last FT!- the estimated return of some $660- buuh.cl of large ears In order of
db tare; for thisdistrict and wan recently purchased by
py from an overheated hearth. A Seven 651.30. finishing, were: Murdoch Ray,

ram underneath the fireplace be- all to be held on February Lose tional Giants League from the team.Montreal Interna- Kills Small Boy I Walton; Miles Ray, Walton; Howard _

i-n' to blaze, but was quickly exIngulshed 24.The of each school Mr. and Mrs. Thomas lived in HODOE-METKK Moore, Union; Spence Dicks
when the fire depart negative team Mr. Otis Hodge and Miss Thelma Union, J. I' Bennett, Union; Percy

|-nt arrived. remains at home to engage Both teams a visiting Its County Agents (Continued-4j\ page S.) Meter, both of Brooker, were mar- Raymond Edwards. of WateroakHwtlon Sullivan, Bradford; Leslie Thomas, _

affirmative. I ned quietly at the home of the r>l,..l HernVo ln....- Bradford;, Nelson Moore, Bradford;

from any school thus debate the bride on Saturday, February 11. day MorningRaymond LaFayette Thomas Union; and 8
Roosevelt is Targetor at the same hour, \
same evening The ceremony was performed by --- Gordon Weest, Bradford. The beat

one at home and one away. To be II State Decides to Stop Matching IN CASE YOU I G. E. McGauley. Edwards, twelveyearold 10 bushels of small ears were,

Five Bullets 1 1 I eligible for further competition a Federal Funds, Action MayBe NEED TO KNOJVIncome The young people will make their son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards shown by Yutch Lee; Wllaon May
both of Its NecewtoryBradford
school must win I home in Brooker. of Wateroak, died here Wednesday Bradford; Ellsworth Murphy.
I Miami. Feb. 15.: -A gunman fired bates. This triangular program In other coun- -';;- morning from wounds sustained Lake; Chan. Priest, Bradford:
Bradford well as tax nutshell:
district ia as follows: as
Ito the party of president-dec this Its Tax when a shotgun he was Bruce Carr, Santa Rosa; Bill Carr,
lose Shows
liosevelt on the streets of Miami County and Landon High Schoolsat ties In the State, may and WHO? Single persons who Report carrying was accidentally fired. Santa Rosa; Carl Dukes, Union;

,night and seriously woundedayor Jacksonville; Andrew Jackson home demlnstratlon agent the had net Income of $1,000 or The little boy was In the yard Thomas Noun, Walton; Fred KJro-
Schools at Jasper if Florida adopts income of $3,000: Returned to CountyBradford
High agent more or gross
Jasper farm and
Anton Cermack of Chicago, Bud- of his home Tuesday afternoon, brough, Santa Rosa; LeRoy'McCurdy
and Suwannee High :'recommendation of the Stat : or more, and married coupleswho .
; Jasper commotion In the Santa Rosa. Beat bushels
ho was standing near the Roose- when he heard a ,
Schools at Live Oak; Suwanneeand Commission to drop the match- had net income of $2,600 or used 680.588
It car. : get County pig pen. He ran Into the house to of flint corn were shown by

The President-elect, after a visit Andrew Jackson High Schools ing of Federal funds. more or gross Income of $3,000: gallons of gasoline during 1932 a get the shotgun and was going Ralph Thomas, Union; James Hat-
at Jacksonville; Clay County and 1 The action of the budget commission or more must file returns. J. M. '!
t the hospital where Mayor Cer edu- report made by Comptroller down to see what the trouble was. taway, Walton; Hudla Davis
bak and three other victims were Robert E. Lee High Schools at has brought many to WHEN 7 The filing period begins Lee shows. The seven cent tax on In his haste he jumped from the Walton; and Dalton Collier, Santa NJ
and and ends March ,
>ken, called off his departure by Jacksonville; Robert E. Lee and cators, legislators January 1 this amounted to $48,271, and the edge of the porch to the ground Rosa.

Bradford County High Schools at Tallahassee, Just what Governor 13: 1933. returned to the county by the struck of 10 of large
aIn for New York until at least amount and as he did so gun In the class ears
Starke; and Landon and Clay Sholtz said he desiredreactionfrom WHERE? Collector of inter- $41,203. and fired. finished In the
morrow. the state was the end of a plank was corn the exhibitors
f I Mr. Roosevelt was not hit. He County High Schools at Green the public so the commission to cut nal revenue for the district In Union County used 310,893 gal- The shot entered the boys right following order: Murdoch Ray; '
better how the lives or has
ent the on the yacht of Cove Springs. would know which person lons. Its tax amounted to $21,762, hip and arm. Howard Moore; Charlie Varnes
night wood.
Coaches and principals In chargeof down and trim out "dead his principal place of business. amount returned by the Gill Hospital Carter
Incent Astor from which be bad 30 county and the He was brought to the i Union; Spence Dicks; Dallas 4
Instructions on
pst departed after a fishing the teams are Bradford County It may mean that 36 HOW See the state was $34,318.: and died early Wednesday 1 Walton; Gordon Weest. Herbert .
School: Principal Leon A. home demonstration agents Forms 1040A and 1040. motorist and other users Walter
occurred. High Florida morning.The Adklnson, Walton;
also when the shooting
a corps of supervisors WHAT? Four cent nor-
Mc- per
Coach Mrs. Florence county farm agents. consumed 209,200,303 held
which was J. Tr Swllley
A man giving the name of Joe Gray vocational of gasoline funeral Williams, Escambla;
Lendon Jasper: Principal S. S. and2:5: mal tax: on the first $4,000 In 1932 and paid Into the under the Wal.
ingara, of New York, was held ; their gallons In Thursday afternoon was Union; and Clayton Carrol.
a the shooter. Dowling; Andrew Jackson: Principal teachers In the State lose I excess of the personal exemp- State treasury taxes of $14,644- direction of Boree and Giddens. Interment ton. For 10 small ears. the winners -
S S. A. Nas- "but we have to get down tion and credits.' Eight per cent
His five shots hit also Mrs. Joe T. C. Prince, Coach Jobs 447. took place In Dial Ceme were: Yutch Lee;; MarkaltoBrannen
Suwannee County High bed rock" the governor said. normal tax: on the balance of $14.644.447 total, $6,276- .'
Slnnott of rallah n the tery. Bradford; Wilson May;
of Miami William --
fin. : Arnold the recommendation net Income. Surtax on net income -
J. F. If Florida adopts the countiesfor
School: Principal returned to Arthur
hi Russell Caldwell a boy, 191 was V Willie Watson, Santa Rosa; ;
Ind :Miss city;Margaret Krula, of New Coach C. V. Schoppe; Landon High and drops demonstration county farm In excess of,$6,000. payment of road and bridge SHERIFF OETH STILL Austin, Bradford; and Chas. Priest..

|rk. N. J.Robert. School: W. H. Turney, Principal, agents and home bonds. In the clans of 10 ears of flint corn,

Gore Florida newspaper Coach George A. Jeffera; Robert agents, the State will not have Income-Tax Dont' Florida's 7 cents gasoline tax: Is Sheriff W. J. Epperson added one Ralph Thomas came In first, followed ..

ubUsber attached, to the Roose E. Lee High School: Acting Principal available for support of extension DON'T prepare your return divided: Three cents to the State more to his collection of stllla by Jas. Hattaway. Hardla _

|pit party, said the man who did Rainey Cawthon; Clay Coun- work for the next two years three than I without first .studying the Instructions Road Department, three cents to Tuesday when he brought in one Davis, Cleburn Truett, Vertlce Tru- 4,

1e shooting his name to po-I ty High School: Principal W. E. Federal funds totaling more on the form. the counties for the bond purposes, belonging to Roy Starling near ett and Clarence Carver of Walton.

as Joe gave of New York Bell, Coach Mary Jane Townsend. $200.000, J. T. Diamond, secretaryto DON'T procraslnate. Early assembling and one cent to the general fund. Graham. Ten gallons of shine and Dalton Collier of Santa Rosa and, '

fce Gore quoted Ztagara him as saying "I kill Approximately seven thousand the board of control said.went to of data permits a Dade County, with a consumption three barrels of mash. were takenIn Felix: Ray of Walton. _

}II Presidents. Kill all officers." persons will bear similar debatesIn I Governor Sholtz. who A. careful consideration of all I of 29.476,419 gallons and a the raid.Starling Prizes were awarded by the fate
StarUed and momentarUy stun all parts of the State on the Miami to confer with confer- tax problems. tax of $2,063,349 led the 67 counties pleaded guilty to ownership management. _

lied by the firing close to his car league question which Is "Resolv- Farley on the governor's Roose- DON'T destroy the memorandafrom of the State. Dade received of the still and was fine $25' : .
oosevelt waved to the crowd and ed: That interscholastic athleticsas ence which which your return was back $333,366. and costs or sixty days In Jail. WILLIAMS-THOMAS! !
at present conducted are detrimental. velt will call soon after his Inauguration prepared. Duval County was second, with .
outed "I aU right" as he was
driven through the ." All qualifying schools returned to Tallahassee\ DON'T omit explanation when 24.371,840 gallons and a tax of $1- CEMETERYVOKKINO Mr. Baaconx Williams and. Miss ,,
urrtedly of
| away labors
round of competition Monday to resume essential back 353285.:
will enter the next such Information U 706028. Duval got Mae Thomas were married her
onfusion. at Evergreen
The shooting and screams of the the district debates' on budget making. The board in expectsto order I to an Intelligent audit. At- Hlllsborough County. with 23- There will be a Wednesday working Feb. Wednesday of last week by County _

created momentary pandeium. March 11, and the winners there work night and day teach memoranda to your re 159,804 gallons and $1,621,186 tax, Cemetery Judge E. K. Ferryman. The young
fictlma the lunch
will be pitted against each otherat that the copy may go to j turn. third. Returned to HUIsbor- 22. Those wishing to bring both residents. of Stark...
quickly re- was couple are .
Quiet was have] _ _
debates at the Univer printer so legislators may may do so.
the state was $32".231N
tored, however' and Miami: was complete Information by March 1, ough

jrderty and sad tonight. city March 22-24. : __

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FRIDAY, FEBltt\nr)
TWO --- ----
.. _. __ --.o- -- --- ------- -------- 1 HOUSE expenditures to fit ,
i ----- ---- ----- --- --- -- --- will deliver the graduating PUBLIC I n
and son, Junior and E. L. Spires Dryden of Palm Valley, Mr. and sonville, Following this the P. REFUSES TO DRINK the people to pay IbIUt)
Mrs. Roy Quinn and daughter, Lu- address, The ,
visit papers are ,
were In Jacksonville Sunday RISING ro
RAIFORD T. A. will give an oyster supper. t11y
and Wilbur and Algle,
cille sons, of
ing friends. baccalaureate sermon will If anything could forcibly illus- ports meetings >'

lied Krrce, Cor "Mr.. II. M. Mrllnr Cor.' Misses Pauline and Juanita Rosier he The delivered by Rev. F. M. Taylor trate the law of diminishing returns state tax: commission lad
and Mrs. C.
S"; Evergreen, increasingcosts organizations of
February 19, resulting
Crawford and son, Junior, Mr. M. of Hampton ependr
who are in
figure, a largi
We are glad to see the sunshine beyond a
at 2:30 m. nesaUIt
Strawberry HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. R. N. : p.
Freeze Slows Up Crawford and blame for the
several rain and and three-cent letter postage has pre
again after days The host Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson the -ni
Shipment farther north MU. Aim lVlm.no. Cor. cold. The people In this section are Crawford and children. from his Mrs. Eugene Long were visiting in turned the trick. problems of the people \* .??..
Florida is getting received many presents the financial
picking strawberries and getting Postal revenue has been lost that on affair. 3t
!; or the north is coming close to the ready to plant other crops.D. friends, and we all wish him many Starke. and Sunday.Mr. Mrs. W. Webb and children will never be regained from the pie they have for year tally] *
and this was thoroughly Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Carrol and birthdays.
south, more happy easiest
and M. and A. R. McRae made a formerly of Jacksonville, are same class of mall, for the simple course, acquiescing i
Wednesday night of Lake Butler, -
demonstrated daughter,
Thursday.Mrs. that the baa devised lie demands for extravagantP
I buslnese trip to Lawtey their home here. reason public
and Thursday morning of last week Mark Lane, of Winter Park, were Mr. and Mrs. J.E Rosier of Ev- now making lie expenditures
B. M. McRae Is spending* a to use third-class mall instead without
when old man winter took thingsIn visiting In the home of Mr. and ergreen were visiting their sister, ways their voices in I'I1ti
while with Mrs. Wesley McRae, of first. protest of
possession for the first time Mrs. C. A. BIrt this week. Mrs. W. M. Reddish here Sunday POULTRY INDUSTRY SHOWS where exorbitant
who is ill at her home In Crest- The same thing will take place spending
in a real way this winter. Rev. G. E. McGauley filled his view section. afternoon. PROFIT DESPITE DEPRESSION As taxes are leading the people.
Strawberries in this communitywere regular appointment at the First Mrs. Mary Reddish is spending with gasoline. gas Even
Audrey McRae was visiting Mrs. shoved beyond reasonable fig- today, most of the "
considerably and church last Sunday morn- Raiford the of her from up tet"
damaged Baptist a while at guest Interesting figures taken instead
Aleene Phillman, and Miss Gladys smaller cars will be used, or ports, of
ures, recommn@
their fruit pretty well kill- Ing and evening.Mrs. daughter, Mrs. G. C. Sapp. local by
young the books of poultrymen drastic cuts in
Keene at the Lamb Hospital in will be used less, and public ,. .
cars expendsare ,
larger ,
ed also. Several nice crates were Nelse Dowllng of Starke, Mrs. R. C. Griffis of Rosedale, J. O. Tilghman local representativeof hunting
SUrke Monday. sold will diminish, ways and
shipped from here the first of the but once a resident of our town returned to her home Sunday after the Ralston Purnla Co., show the volume meall8lo
Thomas crease existing taxes
Mr. and Mrs. Herman less for
revenue or
It week, but shipments made after was burled in the Hampton Ceme- and children, spent Sunday with spending several days here at the that the first ten flocks enteredin thereby producing methods of taxation.The fled:
Wednesday were few and slow. tery in the eastern part of town home of her daughter, Mrs. M. L. the Purina Pullet Contest have the State.
relatives at Hellbronn. same thing is
,Growers believe that the plants last Sunday at three o'clock. She Thompson She was called hereon made a profit over their feeding The same thing will taka place to going toL
certain pen every city, J
r were damaged to the extent was loved by the people here, and account of the illness of their cost of $1479.39 from September 1, with property. Beyond a the nation itself that county state
taxes. has
'; y that it will be two or three weeks the bereaved ones have the sympathy baby. We are very glad to know to December 31, a period of four point, the owner cannot pay let to millions of familiestheT hap .

before the shipping and picking of of the entire community.Mrs. IIARTSBURG little Jo Ella Is much improvedand months.Mr. When that day comes, he will to l
y the fruit will get under way again. Edd Durban of Lawtey, Is out of danger.Mr. Tilghman states that in the I the city, county or state take it going get along 011
of her Mr and Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. and the tax: rolls will be flooded money than they thought ,,
Better prices are expected from the guest parents, and Mrs. E. J. Johns and first ten flocks, comprising half I weep
for berries. The Mrs. J. L. Williams. children of Woodlawn visit- with unsaleable property, and tax slble a year or two years ago t,
this time on were I the flocks In the contest there are stead of Increases in
weather has taken a considerable I A. M. Hall of Oglo, Ill., was a Mr. Joe Edwards of Starke madea ing Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford 2103 pullets, who layed in this per- I deficits will mount. methods of taxation taxes or J!
than .
I different to
The public is no ball!
business visitor here this week. '
change since the unexpected cold business trip in this section Sunday night. iod 8109.6 dozen eggs. These eggs have to be decreased
the horse. You can lead the horse taxation
Mr. and Mrs. F C. Gould, who and the total i
snap. Thursday.Mr. sold for $247051.
have been the of Mrs. to: water, but you can't make him public demands on tb
New Platform Ready for Shipments guests This has
of of feed $991.12.
and Mrs. L. E. Rlgdon cost was anced scale which
drink. You can tax the public be- will event
Arthur Gould of
son, ,
This Week Jacksonville were in our left a profit for each herd of ..70219 -
out the
The new addition that was being Sharpes, returned to their home hood Sunday. HIGHLAND Considering the fact that the yond its ability to pay, but you wipe deficits.
here this week. nelghbOr-j I can't make it pay. Families are paying up thl
added to the local loading platformhere
the visitors in cost to layerswas
Among average grow
is completed. Work was ended The assoclalon of the Santa FeB Sunday were Mr. and HI E.. Crews, Cor. approximately OOc each for The political subdivisions of this bills now on reduced Income sin';J
I Y. P. U. of this district con- nation, from the smallest hamletto by reducing their expenses lid
1 ,_I t'' on it Thursday and the crew Martin and Mrs. H. O. Brown of I all expenses, this is indeed not a
j 'r; departed Saturday. It sure dues( vened with the Hampton B. Y. P. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Owen Marr of Mims, and his sister bad business venture for even good I the Federal government, should their income. Governmentshave r

{ '' add a new color to the appearance U., last Sunday evening at three Young and Mr. Leo Edwards of Mrs. Annie Lee, ,of Jacksonville I times. readjust the tax bill and public to do the same thing.

; ", of things to view the newly added o'clock In the afternoon. The at- Starke. were visiting J. T. Marr here Of all the birds entered in the

to the old shed, as tendance was very good, and a Sunday.M. .
improvements Capt. Blitch of the State Farm contest which will not end until
.. well the new one. A new roof beautf program Including a sword L. Crews and two sons, Her-
as was in this section Monday on August 31, 1933, there are a total
a :' was put on the old platform new drill was rendered by the young buslneHs. bert and M. L. Jr., were visiting of 4707 pullets owned by twenty I + Do You Know ? +
1.') post-desks were added for the people.-after which an interestingtalk Mr. Harry Edwards of Starke relatives here Sunday. poultrymen and the total of all

buyers and a general cleanup and to the young people, was delivered visited Mr. Hugh Andrews in F. N. and M. L. Crews and Cecil shows a profit over their feeding

$ t paintup was used all the way I by Rev. H. E. Ridenour of Hartsburg Sunday. Hardee visited relatives at Max- cost of $2038.38.Mr. .

around. Campvllle. vllle Sunday. Tilghman attributes the

,r \ 4-II Club Boys Hold Regular Meet Mrs. ElTle Carter visited rela- success of these poultrymen to rv .,

The Raiford 4-H Club boys held BOATDRAIN tives in the Clay Hill section Mon- first, chicks from good breeding -I i.1JrJ i.i i.

their regular seml-mo thly meetIng SAXTON I day.Mr. stock; second, good care and man- 'i

sI at the school building here Miss Cherry HarreD, Cor. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent of agement; third, a thorough sanitation E ..

J Wednesday night to attend to their 1fl811101... Tyler, Cor. Starke, spent Sunday here the I program; and fourth, a test- f a

usual affairs. County Agent L. T. guests of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and ed feeding program during grow-

Dyer from Lake Butler, was herewith Miss Agnes Johns spent Sunday family. ing period for health and body de- f
Miss Dorothy Swanbom was visIting with her cousin, Miss Mary Rivers.J. Wilkinson and Drew Green
the boy!! and gave several Interesting Kyler velopment and during laying for ;
s talks which were greatly Miss Gean Tyler Sunday.Mrs. M. and Ira Allen spent Sun- of Maxville were visitors here
health and maximum
egg produc-
: H. D. Tyler was
enjoyed by all the members. Mem- visitingIn day at Mr. Frank Harrell's.Mr. Tuesday.Mrs. .

", bers are urged to be present at all Starke Saturday and Mrs. C. B. Johns were N. T. Green and children tion.These
figures are of special val- _
meetings that are held on the first Miss Lois Starling was visitingMrs. visitors at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. Mary Bessent of Starke xy Gw _
ue at this time to those interested
t {{4 Wednesday and third Wednesdays Eva Shuford Saturday night. Mrs. J. D. Bowers and family Sun- were visitors here Tuesday.J. -
in to the fact that ,
poultry owing
Mrs. Ruby Waldron was shop- S/
of month. I F. Griffis and Leonard Nor-
every day.Mr. March and he most
ping in Starke afternoon. April are pop-
{ and Mrs. M. Oliver and Lacy man were transacting business in
p ular spring months for starting the
Underhill of Pine Level section, Lawtey Saturday.
k Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spires and baby chicks who will furnish the S
p spent Sunday afternoon with .
children, of Santa Fe, were here nation with eggs next fall, and
friends here.
Gum Branch
Sunday as the guests of Mrs.Spires' this will inform those interested
Grit fbi-Bison,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. what can be expected provided the xe
f Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. Mr. Pete Griffls and Miss Bea-
T. Rltch. four essenlal factors of success are
I trice Dixon, both of Starke were
l Reports from Mrs. J. C. Jones, married Saturday afternoon at }!!.. Vern' G.I..", Cor followed as Is the case with the

who underwent an 'operatlon sometime Miss Jeannette Carter was the poultry flocks listed above.
1' Lake Butler. A host of friends
k. ago, say that she is greatly guest of Misses Agnes and Louise wish the young couple a happy Mrs. H. M. Hlnson and son, Win- Apparently Mr. Tilghman states

ca. f improving and is now at the home Sapp Sunday afternoon.Mr. married life.BOOTSEY'S. ton and Mrs. W. M. Hinson of many poultrymen who have not

of her sister, Mrs. Burla Farnell, Carl Dobbs was in our section Gainesville and Mr. Davis of Jesup, followed these four essential things .w

I at New Smyrna. 'I Sunday afternoon.Mr. Ga, were the guests of Rev. and will not be able to raise pullets for r

Mrs. Jay Moody of Starke spenta and Mrs. S. Yorbrough were Mrs. G. E. McGauley Wednesday. next fall and many will be forcedto f eo ,

few days here last week with the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. BEACH Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and sell their stock of hens this '

her mother, and family, Mrs. B. D. Crawford Sunday. .. little daughter, Eloulae, were in summer, not only in Florida, but In
? Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter and IG..kta. Cor. Starke Friday. other states, bringing about a still ,

'i Miss Dorrie Andrews of Lake Mrs. J. A. Harnage were visitorsto Mrs. Grace Dukes of Dukes Sta- greater shortage of eggs, next fall b

City, arrived here last week to visit the State Farm Sunday after- C. E. Crawford Celebrates tion was visiting her sister, Mrs. than existed this past fall. Mrs. So M xv r..

1tit her brother and family, Mr. and noon.Mr. Birthday T. W. Markey Saturday.We Housewife is warned to expect an .
Mrs. E. B. Andrews.Mr. A. J. Yarbrough, Enoch Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford are very sorry to report that earlier rise in egg prices this com Srsaessa

and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of Keene, and J. C. Sapp were visitors entertained a number of their Miss Zell Waltts, a member of our ing summer and be prepared for .

Lake Butler, were here for a while in Starke Saturday night. Friends Sunday with a dinner, in school faculty, is on the sick list as high if not higher prices next C..dW N.II_' r"n'e.

last Thursday, and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw and Mrs. honor of their son, C. E. Crawford's and is in Gainesville in the hospital. fall than paid this fall just passed. 11IIAT I this dry dock In Barbados, British Wait Indies Is probably the

L' i ; '' his aunt and grandmother, Mrs. R. Carrie Shaw of the State Farm, twenty-second birthday. Those JL only one of Its kind In the world In that It lifts Its burden In tins
I i M. Browning and Mrs. Matilda were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. present were: Mrs. Sallie Black- The graduation exercises of Umatilla 80-bed modern hospital "m* way a. a screw jack lifts an automobile The dock Is 240 fed)

Ritch. Conner 'Monday night. welder, Mrs. Mae Dicks and sons, the Brooker Junior High School opened here recently. long and Itt lifting platform Is composed of 31 Motions, moved Inds
pendently or In concert by vertical steel screws which In turn, i It l
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter and Spencer and Ray Monds of Dukes, will be held at the school auditorIum -
i Jacksonville-Coast Guard base Mr. and Mrs. Son of 23 Plnetta New school rotated by a horizontal "worm" keyed to a shaft running the full lenginK
Mrs. Tyson Sapp, were in Lake Yartrough, Thursday night, February building of the dock on both tides. The deck will elevate 1,200 tons deadweight!
Butler last Tuesday visiting Mrs. to be established here. ,Gum Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry at 7:30.: Mr. O. R. Wilson of Jack- completed here. and each section will take Itt share of weight, even on curved turfacwfl

Ury G. Sapp.

Sheriff Brannen and deputies,

1 McKinley and Wells of Lake But- I DOROTHY DARNIT By__Charles McMantI1

: ler, were here Saturday afternoonon

business.Mr. .
I i and Mrs. E. W. I
.I Tompkins
and daughter, were In.Jacks
::wllle Saturday visiting HOME ? SI3TBR pONT YOU?! HIfLp AND I'LUTtLL l lLgQMeTHlNQ TILL MG I OUR MULE AFTER, you

r relative* and doings bits of shop- rI NICE]

ft" I II 'pIng.

I Messrs. John McCormick, Henry e. S. Pr S

Darnett, R. :M. Browning and E. B. (

r Andrews were In Starke Saturdayin } vL aI I''

interest of the strawberry move- ft.

ment from there and viewing the

rl condition County of that crop In Bradford !

"f' The slowing up of the strawberry I Qo) 0

ry shipments that look place
11 to the cold weather that we had _

here a few days ago made It necessary -

r' : for the removal of H. D.

I Bordeau, who has been employed
ri here as relief operator to Mr. Redd 1ICoprnel'

9 the regular operator Mr, Bor
C ,' deau made many friends here in

his few days stay and we are sorry

that weather conditions preventedhis 4Ci.tsS

remaining here He is expected

f to return when the season gets under ( .. '
again. MPrNS.
I way
I Ernest Hewitt was in Lake But-

ler on business Saturday and also -

b' visited Springs.his parents near Worthington ":TIlE MAIN THING'' ON MAIN STREET:;: By LT F. Van:XeW

''t E. B. Andrews was a business ,

T visitor to Lake City and Trenton

I the pant week. ]() -
"' Miss Robbie Rivers ot Lake Butler ft'I Mitt JIIJ f U'! MRS YOWL(/ JEST _. I HEAR ; : iYA HEAR THE -.: I NEAR" MR(,. JONES : I XON'T WANNA JAY

was here Sunday afternoon as jj; I JUST SEEN r SEEM MAMIE..r. .-" LATEST ? ':." I is COMMA <5ue FOR : NUTHIN' BUT i ALWAYS


t, Ce J. R. Richard, L. O. Robinson
} lpu
d and Barney Hendricks of Leesburg
were here Sunday afternoon visitIng -

M. Alvarez. "DOES GET ?
Little Hazel Mae Richard, eight
'' F y year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -

4t 'x J J't J. R. Richard of Leesburg returned GOSSIP SPREADS OVSB r,, -
with her father q :
to their home s '
? i there Monday. Miss Richard has MAIN STREET LIKE: tO<3 r,. 9 'Zw+.

r been here for the past seven CNER LONDON =5i I NIIY5

rlr_ months as the guest of her grandmother FUNNY HOW! EACH I I MEOWQ I I I H I I

and has been /
j; a pupil of the II 1
local school. ,
? to Ernest Hewitt and Red Kerce To ADD ANOTrtEQ TsBKSTTO % I_ 4' -....' 80'

CO 4 were visitors to Jacksonville Sunday EVERY 1UMO;? lid .. j /fier t ( .. 1:1jd:
au e as the guests of relatives and b I'

friends.N. l.fl,._ !::.

T. Ritch, daughter, Nancy, .


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: (A Western detective: story In two Dr. T. E. Morgan the Florida, 1, .:, I ,,

:ij S. JOURNAL Installments by Lester Austin) It seemed that luck was againstour State Board of Health, was here

Silence prevailed supreme over team from the very start. In I Monday giving the Schlek Test, t i i i I .
the looming, dark bulk of the Bar our recent game for the national'ootball :I which la determine whether a "", I

X-3 ranch's bunk house as the championship with the child la Immune to diphtheria. )1.., I I I
coming twilight slowly forced the University of Southern California l' ,

Edttor-In-lhtef SOPHOMORE NEWS MISS JACOB'S SIXTH GRADE MODERN TRANSLATIONSBy fading crimson tint from the man It seemed that misfortune loomedat I FREE TEXT BOOKS :

HOPE HATNES NEWS tle of clouds In the west. Inside, every step we took. We, the V. i

Editor llias Mary Lucille Torode spent ( Lester Schnell.) also, the silence reigned, even in C.' L. A. Beare, simply had illluckall Text books should be furnished : :

Managing ROBINSON ti 22y in Jacksonville. Honor Roll: Dot Bishop, Jeanne A Visit from the Installment Collector the front room, where, in the dim, the way. : for the pupils of all grades in the .. .' ,r 'i ,
LDItEDGE Bouvier, Lora Frazee, Lorraine flickering light of a kerosene lamp, It was the regular East-West schools of Florida. Many pupils : I I

i Exchange Editor ic: !:ce: (running In breathless) Hartman Gloria Johns, Doris 'Twas the first of the month, when a half dozen gloomy, tight-lipped game which takes place every I are often unable to continue their %: ; h tl I ; :

ABBIE HARLEY .M:. Iliriell: : Son! Why are you Strickland, Doshla Smith, Louise all through the house cowpunchers sat on bunks with new year's day, but no eastern studies in the higher grades be- .'I''

I Literary Editor so tired? Sullivan.In Not a creature was stirring, not :' their chins in their hands or slowly team ranked high enough for com- cause they are unable to buy the I, ,''I ;

I LUCILLE EDWARDS Keeffee: I ran home behind a class we have been compos- even a mouse. moved about with their hands petition, so it was the logical textbooks and the many extra ,
street crossed behind them. An for two western teams to workbooks which accompany them. ;
car to save a nickle. ing poems about George Washington. The shades were pulled down over oblong thing
Sports Editor Mr. Harrell Well box lay near the door, covered witha I play. These books, If bought and furnished ii I
: why didn't you Here are a few of them: the windows with care, !' .
JOHN INMAN run home behind a taxi and save For fear the collector soon wouldbe sheet. A look of grief and anxious Coach Howard Jones of Southern by the State, could be used \'
Society Editor 30 cents? George Washington was a great there. I strain showed on the aun-and- California had a fine big squad of several years by different pupils. t ;

JOYCE MAST man, The furniture was packed away all wind hardened faces of these hardy substitutes, while some of our own Each year the pupils could pay a "

Reportersth What would happen if (used by He fought for America his countryand out of sight. westerners. Everyone started as a first' string men were on the Injured small fee for the use of the booka. a !p fl.I fl.,.
class land. shrill horse's sounded from list. This would be of less expense than i
Jennie Dunn permission of Mrs. Perkins) : But they'll find it, though, see If whinny I i
Grade, Who should honor him the the buying of a whole set of books. '.
Bunnte Canova, Robert didn't chew gum? more than I'm right! corrals. We received their kickoff ten : y'I'I'
th Grade Stumpth Audrey should leave her glasses we And I from the kitchen, the kids "Hollister's corain'," one briefly yards behind the goal line. Our This money, which would be used I :
Marjorie home? His brothers and sisters by nation- in the trunk, stated.In defense upset the whole gang except to replace the worn books when 1, I
Louise Snyder
| Grade, Hazel Lennon Leecy should speak without smilIng ality? "Not a squawk out of you, or sure- a moment the owner of the one man. We marched right they became useless, would lighten f, t ,
th Grade, ? Lora Frazee. ly we're sunk!I" Bar X-3 threw his reins over the down within one yard of the line, the expense of the State. i fl I

Joke Editors Eldredge failed to Interrupt the When from out in the hall there hitching post in front of the bunk where this man tossed our quarterback Money Is appropriated by the ; ,4 j
CLYDE MORGAN George Washington house and strode State for purposes that not "
biology class? came such a shout, rapidly toward right into Coach Bill are c 1
Bill Tison had his lessons ? Washington, when a boy was hon- I peeped through the keyhole to the lighted front room. He was Spaulding's lap, knocking him un- more beneficial than tree textbooks i {f;i,

SENIOR NEWS Kteffee Harrell couldn't argue? est and true see what was about. met at the door by the foreman, conscious. This upset our team would be for this would help educate I
And did what his father
told him
Reed. the rising generations and '
Llage and we lost the ball on the one
failed to go to sleep Away from the door I turned likea
Seniors wish to express their in the biology class? to do; flash I After a murmured word of greet- yard line. raise our standards-moral and : (j
klatlon to Mr. Gray for grant.em Anita failed to make A la biol- Of his obedience everyone knew, Threw up my hands, and. fell witha 'ing, Hollister strode over and lift- On three plays U. S. C. broughtIt mental-by decreasing Illiteracy. \'
And when '
the following: senior priv- ? to manhood he grew crash.Stretched ed the sheet from the box. For a to the ten yard line and lost It. Mildred Morgan. 1,1,

ogy By the people he was in great demand out flat I moment he stood motionless; then, We attempted to punt, but the 1". 'r'
as lay on
Seniors may !speak In study Honor Roll 10th B: Elaine Andrews To take the,American In his chin my with the muscles of his jaws cord- wind was against us. The ball \\IIAT AN!) WHY i : } .

'Lithout permission. Keeffee Harrell, Blake Jack- army Gave a lustre of midnight to vis- ed and his mouth one thin line, he bounced a few yards where a TroJan : i I''
will be first to march command, A new word has come into existence :-
Seniors back
slowly replaced the cloth and picked up and streaked
Grace Hazen Ions within
son, Herbert Pack-
lad out of assembly. ham, Jessie Mae Brannen., And cease to listen to British de- I awoke, and ;through my hazy turned to Reed. I across our goal line. Three of our "What la It," you ask me? .l' ,I
have "Kid" Day mand, Why, the word Technocracy of
Seniors may could "How did it happen? he de- men fainted. Then we had to putin ,
'1st. To honor the king wjhom they eyes see manded shortly. everything we had except the course- don't you ever read the
Clyde Morgan "What did The Installment collector .
leave study hall you thought was grand a tough papers? If you ask me the def Inl- .
Seniors may make in Ed. hombre Taking a deep breath, as one be- cheer leader. From then on they .
this he I
of study hall Physical month? But told them that British rule was tlon of the word I shall have to refer a
It permission ginning an unpleasant task, the Intercepted every pass we attempted
Mary E. Wynn: "D." With a slip in his hand, (and j
T, must end, foreman began: and moved ball down the field you to a dlctlonofy-then years)
march down- Clyde: "Why is that? You us- For this great event they made though being dazed still) hence. Perhaps by that time it {
Seniors may "We was working on that pieceof at will. In the last minute of play,
ually make "B? I knew in
a moment It must be a
first every day. him president. fence over toward the creek, we had a man across the goal wide can be defined. As Is generally understood -
E. bill!
Mary Wynn: "Well since I
seniors are going to order have hair Dot Bishop. ,1 More where th' cows have been breakin'out open for a pass. Just as our quar- now It Is a theory to help 7u
my cut, coach doesn'tremember rapid than eagles his work-
invitations and cards today. and was just windln' up an'startln' terback drew back his arm to pass, end this depresHlon. ,
are bringing the moneytor my face. George Washington ers they came, back t'ward th' bosses, I the ball began to lose Its air, and Oh, yea, while speaking of de- 9 ,
George Washington was true and And after asking for he
Invitations than theyr when I 'lowed we'd better checkup the play was not made. Then thereferee's preHslon let me give you the main
There will be a contest betweensix brave. finally began: cause of it. -labor devices. { '
and Wonder saving
> rings pins. on th' tolls. A axe an' two whistle ended the game.
His work to our country he gave; "That table, those chairs, this rug
students of this school. As know
I algebra hammers was mlasln', no Hal-" The score was 00-0 in their fav- you many thousands are
He was honest, great, and kind and that bed'Out I I
eve it or not: Mrs. McLen- The best one of the six will com- here he nodded toward the covered or Our misfortunes had lost us a out of work-and, why? Because
The bravest man our country could Steve; Out, Mike! Out, Pat
dn't see Malcolm this morn- pete against other schools. So find. and coffin "-he swung into th' saddle national championship machinery Is doing the work that ,
I come on boys and girls and let's Bill- an' loped back where we knocked Lester Schnell. man used to do, and man Is becomIng i''
Out of the door, to the end of the
seniors hate to lose one of see who will win. In many battles he fought hall off. He found th' tools and put 'em S lazy. ( f .

i ost popular members of the, We have a new tenth grader, And to his soldiers truth he taught.His Now take, take in th' gunny sack back o' his sad- THE WORK THAT AIR, HEAT, About one-half of humanity de- r '
Bobble Conoly Is going back : Louise Ware from Andrew Jackson fight was hard and brave all away!" away, take dle, an' was utartln back, when he WATER, AND ELEC'TIIICITYPLAY pends on the other half-a parasite

teen Cove Springs. Think High School of Jacksonville For his country he wanted to save away S turned an' raced into the bamboo IN INDUSTRY on Its boat. A great many peopleare 1r'

| us sometimes. Bobble. Louise Sullivan. 4-11 MEETINGThe swamp there, yellin' to ua, 'A buck, becoming as lazy, I fear, aa d

J k grade honor roll: Lucille NINTH GRADE NEWS boys; le'a get Mm!I' An' we struck If there were no air, no one the starving beggar, I was told of r ,

fds, Abbie Harley Hopes MRS. BOREE'S SIXTH GRADEIn Starke 4-H Club met at out after him, 'cause we knew Hal could live. The air, combined with who wall offered some potatoes, .

Okie Hlnson.Morris Jack- Lakevlew the school house, February 10, with couldn't cope with a danged Creek gases, makes most all of our minerals but refused them because they
Beatrice Johns, Thornton Six months ago four boys started spelling class last Wednesdaywe twenty-eight members present. It buck by hlaself, 'specially 1C th' Indian such as coal and practicallyall were not peeled. kr k r '
Genevieve Kenly, Harmon their career as house builders. had a contest. Mrs. Boree of- was a very successful meeting. had th' swamp on him. minerals which we get out of Lucille Edwards. : f ,

Jin, Mildred Morgan. Today it is finished on the banksof fered a prize to the one getting the There were five new members en- 'Well,' Llage took another deep the ground. The air causes plants

Crosby Lake. It Is mostly a most words from the word "Ad- rolled and the following program breath, "b'fore we hardly got and animals to live and grow. If i
10 B NEWS log cabin. The name selected for vertisement." Doris Silcox made was carried out: started, a gun went off down there. I we did not have plants and animals O\ll.n: WORI.CEIJ

it Is "Lakevlew." The four boys the highest number which was 554 The meeting was called to order Directly there was a pow'ful ,. there would be no industry. If NERVES

s Fernandez's room hade stayed In it every Saturday night words. Mary Lee Stafford made a for the fourth business meeting. A scramblln' an' splashln', and an- there were no air the planes could \

of the chapel program last and worked on it until it was com- close second with 514 words Theo- song was sung by all the boys, and other shot. Then b'fore we could not fly to carry passengers and

day. They gave the follow- pleted. It Is fourteen feet long dore Goodge, Artie Hodge and Al- the club pledge was given. Then get down there, we could hear a Freight from one place to another.
ogram: and nine feet wide, and has'only lie Mae Slade put forth quite a bit several of the boys made reportson hose tearln' through th' vines an' Without water, nothing coubl(

hool Days", teacher, Melviny. one room. The furniture consistsof of effort, too. club work, and Its Importanceand In a mlnlt thunderin' like blazes live. Without water there wouldbe An

one stove, one table, one cot, Honor roll: : Mary Lee Stafford, progress. Then Mr. L. T. Dyer, out on th' plain on th' other side, no ships to sail and carry

''ila-M. E. Wynn, Alice Mast, and a hammock. It also has a Mellie Silcox, Allle Mae Slade, county agent, explained fully about an' I got a glimpse of his hind freight from one place to another.

Belle Norman, Blake Jacknd pier leading to the lake. The boys George Silcox, Doris Silcox, Sidney the four projects that are offered legs as he tore through some brush. By water, transportation Is not

Joe Edwards. who own and built it are: "Grist- Griffis, Jewett Fogg, Clara Flume, this year. These being corn, pig, The Indian's boss was a mottled 'only made easier and quicker, but

ttle's Wedding Day Mr. Crust" Edwards, "Crip" McRae, Lloyd Edwards, Elease Maples, poultry and calf. All business was grey, a lot darker'n Hal's. Hal's possible. If there were no water,

>, Harvey Shaw; Mrs. Cuttle, "Spunky" Edwards, and "Stinky" Melba Prevatt. transacted and the meeting ad- cut stick and musta got Into one no fruit nor vegetables could be

Adkins; Second Mrs. Cuttle, Davis. journed to meet again two weeks of them marshes further on down. carried from one country to another
Thornton. 10 A HONOR ROLL We haln't seen hair nor hide of Mm By having water It makes

i remainder of the period was Those that were on the honor later.We 4-H club boys have the cooperation since Hal rode him Into that things possible which otherwise
" roll for last month were: Vonda Jimmy Moore, Audrey Carlisle,
in debating. The teamsi of the principal, Mr. swamp. could not be so.
are: Negative, Lois Long, Inman, William Johns, Doris Proctor Leecy Fogg, Dorothy Sapp, Rubye Gray, so 'if the boys can get the "Hal was dead when we got to Heat la of great Importance.
a Brownlee, Ivan Hazen; Af- Lillian Sternberg, Elaine Louise Snyder, Anita Wainwright cooperation of their parents, we him, shot through th' chest. We Heat causes steam, by which loco-

live team, Genevieve Kenly, Wynn and Dorothy White. are sure of a very successful 4-H thought maybe it walt the Creek motives are run, and power Is pro-
! Laura Tucker; alternate has Three more years from now will Club in Starke this year. that got it, or maybe both, but duced. Heat played a great partIn IIP TO TOUT ears In work ,
en selected. find the ninth grade sitting in the Edwin Torode, president. when we heard that devil rldln' the life of man and saved him every nerve at high tension.N I
senior home room, or at least we Herbert Packham, outa there, an' caught a glimpse of lots of work and trouble. If it wonder yon _nap at the wife r r'
Ai Kay Carlisle, Don Stilley, Virginia Secy. and bark children.Wateh
.\ &: 11TII B HONOR ROLL hope so.FOURTH. his boss, then we wasn't surprised were not for heat, Iron could not at the {
Alvarez, Irene Davis, Eula out! Overworkednerve
, JOKES when we seen-. We sent Jim after have been smelted in order to make .
Mae Dyal, Margie McMillan. may lead to BUaplaaaBaas p
I i A Kitty Hogsed, Lois Ad- GRADE HONOR HULL you when we got In, an' we fix- steel articles, such aa boilers, fur- Nervous Headache Nr*>- r
Lois Long, Frow Strickland, Oh, for a'Fair of Wings' ed him-" nodding againup nances, stoves and other articles. ona Indigestion and ft boat of ,
rle Stump, Dorothy Swan- Billy Griffis, Winton Sumner, HONOR ROLL, LOW 1ST D &: B Here I sat In a room with many while Jim was gone." By heating this Iron to a liquid other napUftsant diatnrbneav. I

Louise Jackson. Eloulse Hayes, Gladys Johnson, machines clicking around me. I "What time was this" form It la made Into other thing. Why don't 700 try Dr. .0--.
I B: Bunnie CaDova. Grattonr Carolyn Keen, Frances Overstreet, Olin White, Jr., Charles Jones, could hear my heart beat. My fingers 'Round four o'clock," Reed an- Electricity/ has aided man In EUr rreee.t Nerria TabUtarJoat

Marguerite Prevatt, Alta Katherine Stafford, Elizabeth A. J. Martinez, Gerald Bouvier, were trembling with fear. It swered. "How come you was so many ways. It has saved him lots one fa ft half glue of. i ,
water nakaa a )leant, aparfcBn
e. Wells. Betty Jo Sewell. was a cold day, yet my shirt was late get Un' here? Jim left directly of hard labor. By electricity we drink delightfully) soothing : y

stuck to my back with perspiration. -, -" may have electric lights, we may to over-taxed narvoa. r
SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG My mind was awhirl. All I "Oh, my boss wall In the pasture have electric utensils which save Dr. M1W rUrrta fa now
except five done, but any of these I 'way back down behind th' pens, I us time and work for cooking. .Mtd fa two forma-Liquid aadKffarreaeant I ,
five would spoil all my work. Oh, 'an' then Red Halley's In bad shape I Many large machines and factoriesare Tablet. Both haft '

for a pair of wings to fly away yet from that fight with Gerrlnger. I .run by electricity instead of th* saws soothing effect
dra ...
$1.00 *
from this place. With a guard I was wash In' an' bandln' him up having to run by hand. yea .

standing over me, it was just like when Jim rode up, an' I had to fin- Thelma Priest. O t
the prison I had heard about whenI ish that 'fore I could get m' hose :

was little. Two more to go-just "Where's Jim?" SEVENTH GRADE REPOHT '
these two. Then I finished. My "Dunno--rode off at a hard run tfN'ERVINE

fear faded away. I became cool and headed toward here directly he tol' : We are very glad to have Lucille ,
steady. My mind wasn't dizzy any me about It. Coulda caught m' Webb, who started to school Mon TABLBTJI:,

I more. I loved the place, and Its hails for me an' saved that much day. She moved to Brooker from
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guard. I loved the machine I worked time. Jacksonville.We .

/. at. Why had I changed? I had "Yuh never see that 'un doln'' also are glad to have Annie

made a perfect copy in typing! more'n he's gotta," Reed said. Mae Thornton and Dorothy Boul-
Oliver Clegg. "AU right, now," ouster said ware back In school after a few ATLAS iit

'H k (Ask the typewriting students after a few minutes, "me an' two days absence.

how true this Is.) more'H set up till midnight, then Virginia Fugate went to the I
we'll shift with the rest of you. To- State Farm over the week-end. I The Standard Oil

r Lola A.: "Well, au revoir." morrow we'll bury Hal an' trace
S. R.: "What does that mean?" this thing as far as-" Markley: How do we know Adam' Tire GuaranteedOne

: Lois: "That means good-bye In The door opened and In came had sugar, ,
French." Jim. Ills boots were muddy and Edna Pearce: Because he raised ; Year

S. R.: "Well, carbolic acid." his flannel shirt torn. (Cain)

Lois: "What does that mean?" "Where you been?" Holllster inquired .......... r

S. R.: "That means good-bye In sharply Honor Roll: Patsy Edmondson,

any language." "Jus' lookln' around," Jim Mid, Markley Hornaby, L. O. Jones, Jr.,

nonchalantly. Then, "Guess I'll I Roswell Noegel, Carol White, Frigidairethe
Mr. Gray (at lake shore) : "Why, get supper boas." .

f Is it that you plunge back in the' "Funny guy," Reed commented: HONOR ROLL, FIFTH GRADE.
: water after just swimming out"? as the boy strode into the kitchen. three
year guar-
e Mr. Morrow: "My boat capsized (Concluded next week.) B-Grace Green, Robert Kirk-

'and I had to save myself and now What will be the outcome of this land, Florence Mersereau, Mar- anted electric refrigerator -
;; ; I am going back to save my wife." catastrophe? What has Jim been garet Pearce and Alice Peterson.
doing all thla time he's been absent,I A-Doris Crews Lumanda Dyal,
HONOR ROLL THIRD GRADE and what part will he play In the Frankie Rltch, Eva Parrish and
J outcome? Are the boys really on Iva Sapp.

Billy Boulware, Edward Broch, the right track, anyway? Next Edna Strickland, teacher. For sale
J. E. Denmark, Donald DuBois, week will tell. by'rSmith's

Enoa Hayes, Othma Haynes, Jac- Honor Roll-Billy Jackson, Em-
queline Andrews, Edith Forsyth, HONOR ROLL SB &:: 4B mett Perryman, W. S. Rivera, Jesse

Ferol Jones, Doris Kruse, Shirley I Ricks. Tommy hitch, Juanlta Barefoot Service
nr Morgan Thelma Ricks, Bertlce Carrie Belle Bennett, Violet Ruby Conner, :Margaret. Low-

.:Y .:::;;- Silcox, Geraldine SUcox. Johnson Edna Tyler. I ry, WiUa Vida Kllllngswortb.
4 B-Louise Stern, Sara Bullock,
Eunice Perkins, teacher.
,--- HONOR ROLL LOW FIRST D L'Etta Corpening, Edward Barnes. StationStarke

Brookavllle Rush Ten Cent
Lorraine Stafford. Garnlta Hut- HONOR ROLL FIRST A & B Store opened In building on Main

? c-1-- -I E. ORIGUi OF T S11t1t'1Y., to, :Paul Andrews Warren Wlnk- Keeffe Pitta U the only one In street formerly occupied by B. Ela.
ler. this room with an average of A, i IL Robinson dry goods store,
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l cussion was held on work the circle citrus and truck growers, needle- MRS. LUVEJTIA DOWLING DIES EPISCOPAL Stm>.\v 8Cp

has to do( during the year. work gilds and sewing clubs, and noon.Mra.. J. M Norman of the Water- -

> Collection for the afternoonwas I all other groups who have aided oak section was a dinner guest of Mrs. Luveuia Dowllng, 71, died St. Mark's Eplsc .,?,, Sun

I f30cietyJ $2.20. The hostess, assisted the society in countless ways. Mrs. V. R. Reddish Tuesday. Saturday at her home after being school at 10 o'clock ., S .

by Mrs. George B. Flynn, served I: Appreciation is expressed to all Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Futch of ill for ten days with influenza and morning

hot tea and cake to the following co-operating social agencies, in Philadelphia Pa., were visiting at pneumonia. :Mrs. Dowllng was born *-

YF members: hire G. W. Alderman, and out of the state, to city, coun- the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. May 13, 1861 In Wayne County, CARD OF TH \AKS

Mrs. L. W. Klckllter, Mrs. W. H. ty and state officials, courts, pro- Blanchard Saturday afternoon.L. and was married: in Hampton.: Oct. -

.i L. E. MOSELEY Dot Bishop; Secretary, Doshla Perkins, Mrs. Chas. Overstreet, bation officers, educational and McCloud of Melrose, was a 6th. 1886 to the late Mr. Robert We wish to extent 'Ul' h(, t

ENTERTAINS I Smith; Treasurer, Doris Strick- Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. E. M. other institutions who have assisted visitor here Tuesday. N. Dowling and baa since made her felt thanks and appreciation tot. I

land; Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, directress Thomas, Mrs. Julia Williams, Mrs. in the work. Miss Bobble Connely returned to home in Starke and Bradford many friends for kindness J

I'' Bowls of bright hued nastur. Louis Kahr and Miss Etta Tison. Especial gratitude is expressed, her home at Green Cove Springs county. She was a member of sympathy shown us during n.1

tlums decked the living: room of Twenty-nine members have been Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. M. too, to all physicians, specialists, Monday. 'the church of Latter Day Saints.. ness and at the death ot our 1110I
Mrs.: L. E. Moseley Tuesday when enrolled. A membership committee U. held their regular meeting Monday hospitals, nurses and others who J. F. Howel was a business visi- I I er, Mrs. Luvenia Dowling
held at
she entertained members of the a visiting committee, a pro- at the home of Mrs. Jos. E. have given their Invaluable services tor to Jacksonville Friday. Funeral services were for the beautiful floral offend

4 r We-Laka Sew Club. gram committee, a finance com- Wilson In the absence of the circle to the children under the care Everett Loadholtz of Jackson- her home Sunday afternoon at 3 Mrs. V. M. Nuttall Mri?.
with Elder Dunson of Jack-
The afternoon was pleasantly mittee are to be appointed. The leader, Mrs. Raymond, Mrs. A. of the society without cost. ville was visiting here Sunday.L. o'clock Dyal, Mrs. Charles 0.
spent in sewing and playing meelngs are to be held at school M. Darby, president of the W. M. Photographers, bankers, mer- H. Hill was a business visitorto sonville officiating. Mr. John Pow- ham, Mr. Ernie DowiiijMiami

bridge. The Valentine motif wan building on Tuesday afternoon, the U., had charge of the meeting. After chans, milk and meat dealers, who Starke Wednesday.MRS. ell, Mrs. W. C. Manning and Mrs .

carried out in the salad course room to be decided upon later. After conducting a moat inspiring devotional have aided In the work, are given Lee S. Brimhall of Jacksonville, Beach Hotel MontcJ

1 served at the tea hour, and in the this week it Is possible that a the regular business was thanks, too. LILAII FRANCES GODWIN sang sweetly" "Sometime We'll Un- located at Tenth street and R J

candles served during: the after : program meeting will be held on taken up with reports from offi- In closing his report of his own derstand", "Farewell, All Earthly" I Avenue, opened for winter i lie&!

noon. I Fridays. An effort will be made cers and committees.The twenty-two years of service to Mrs. Lilah Frances Godwin died Honors, "Shall We Meet" Again,

not to conflict with other activi circle was honored by hav- Florida's children, "Daddy" Fagg, Wednesday night, Jan. 31, after an "Sweet Hour of Prayer. The services -. Okeechobee All paving

BRIDGE CLUB MEETS ties.The ing with them, Miss Harriet Ray- as everybody in Florida knows illness of several weeks. : were completed at the graveIn Road No. 85 from here to IndJ

I subject of talk this week I mond, who Is a missionary! In the him S pleads in all earnestness for Mrs. Godwin was born Feb. 8, Hampton, where she .was laid town, completed.

A delightful affair of Friday afternoon was, Duty to Our Mothers, and Philippines, now spending part of the continued support and interestof 1854, near Alachua and made her to rest. 4

was the bridge party given What We Owe to Them. her vacation with her father, Dr. everybody In Florida, to the end home at New River most of her Mrs. Dowling leaves to survive Plant City F. & W Goodcl

by Mrs. O I.. Haynes at her hometo The talk next week will be given G. P. Raymond. She had a num- that the society may accomplisheven life, and was near 79 years of age her three daughters, Mrs. T. D. opened store in site north of 1 .
friends and members of her by Mrs. Raymond; subject not yet ber of very interesting pictures and greater good for Florida's at the time of her death. ; Dyal of Brooker, Mrs. V. M. Nut- :. mond & Parker Groverv store

club I chosen. Mothers of members are very kindly answered all our ques- greatest asset, its children, duringthe She was married to Thomas God- I tall of Starke, Mrs. Charles G. Collins street.

t Yellow jonquils were prettily arranged welcome at all times. tions about them, telling us manyof years to come. Money, food win, Dec. 6, 1872 and to this union Latham of Salt Lake City, Utah.
i in bowla and vases about -- .- their customs. Discussions were clothing, shoes are all greatly were born five children; three of One son, Mr. Ernie of Ft. Meade. Winter Garden New glftu

. the party room, where the guests I P. T. A. ASSOCIATIONMET held regarding our work and alsoa needed right !now: The state head- whom survive her, namely: Mrs. Funeral arrangements were In 'novelty shop opened on ':-ornttl
: i were at play. At the conclusion of WEUNEDAY AFTERNOON study class we are taking up in I quarters are located at 428 St. Ira Plnholster and Mr. Leroy God- charge of DeWitt C. Jones Com- Morse Boulevard and E Park A|

i the game scores were added and -- the near future. 'James Bldg.,. Jacksonville, Fla. win of Lake City; Mrs. Freda Col- pany. nue.

prize awarded to Mrs. J. E. Wilson Wednesday afternoon the Par- The next meeting will be held at son of El Paso, Texas; one brother -- -
;1 and Mrs. Edward Burns for ent-Teachers' Association held a the home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ?: S. B. Stephens of Ocala and --- -

holding high and second scores.t profitable session In the high when each member will bring some LAWTEY one sister, Mrs. Beulah Dukes of

The hostess assisted by her school auditorium, the president, article for Infant's layettes and I Alachua; thirteen grandchildren, See the New 1933

n daughters, Misses Sarah Hope and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presiding work will be done for the little O. J. Phillips, Cor. and three great grandchildren.
Georgia Kathryn Haynes served a and Mrs. W. B. Parks acting as children of the poor. I I Mrs. Godwin had made her home

f 7, naiad course to the guests, whoa secretary pro tem. After the meeting the hostess Merchants Busy with her sister, Mrs. Dukes for
T ''t were: Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Edward The meeting was opened with served refreshments. Besides the twelve years and was there at the
Burns, Mrs. A. Z. Adklna prayer by rev. G. P. Raymond af- guest of honor and the hostess Our local merchants are reportIng time of her death.

'7L ?y Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. W. M. ter which the president read a pa- there were present: Mrs. A. M. greatly increased sales the past Mrs. Godwin had been a faithful Ford V-8

''" Wainwright, Mrs. H. B. :McLendon, per on the purpose of the P. T. A. Darby, Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. II. few weeks on account of so many member of the New River Baptist

,, ?r '}' Mrs N. Sternberg and Mrs. J. E. The audience was favored with a L. Brownlee, Mrs J. H. Lord, Mrs. of our unemployed being given Church for forty years, and was I

? r Wilson. piano selection by Miss Marjorie David Silcox and Mrs. W. L. Wall.CIllLiICEN'9 work in the strawberry fields, thus always willing: and ready to lend

e, -. Stump. who was followed by Mrs. relieving the suffering of many. ', &'helping hand to the church and
r = VALENTINE PARTY GIVEN T:1.:: Alderman reading a memorial Some growers have cut the priceson would
HOME! SOCIETY to any one else who only
IJY LADIES AUXILIARY tribute to Mrs. Theodore W. Bur- picking and packing on accountof

t'' ney, who founded the P. T. A. in COMPLETES THIRTIETH YEAR the >row prices they are receivingthis I ask She a favor was well known throughoutthis Now on Display at Our

fro +d Enjoyed in a setting most colorful 1895. Mrs. E. M. Davis read an Recently the Children's Home season. It is hoped, however, section of the State and will
h and effective, the Valentine abbwiatcd; history of the organi- that when we really get Into our !
Society of Florida, generally regarded be greatly missed in the church as
{ the Ladles Auxiliary L. A. season they will raise price again.
party given by zation. Principal Gray gavean activitiesin
"Florida'a Greatest well as in all her other
ti : of the Presbyterian Church in excellent address on the sub- as S. A. L. Improvements CompletedThe Show RoomJ.
Charity" completed its thirtieth the section where she lived.
honor of their husbands Tuesday ject of "Cooperation. carpenter crew of the Seaboard -
service to the homeless, She was a faithful Christianand
of I
: ; evening at the home of Mr and Miss Rosalind Jacobs' grade had year Air Line last week completedthe
and children of Flor- was loved by all who knew
6r; .r Mrs. H. H. Young proved to be one the largest attendance of patronsand orphan needy addition to the local shipping i
,p i of the most delightful affairs given wall therefore entitled to the ida, and at Its annual meeting In platform which will be a great help her.The
| funeral services were conducted -
Jacksonville, the state headquarters -
this week. A vote of here for shippers of strawberriesand
monthly prize. rising
for its work, reports of the |I by the pastor, Rev. L. G. W.
The Valentine motif was cleverly thanks was given Mrs. Mable Wall oLher fruits and vegetablesfrom I ANDREWS Jr.
services rendered and the Hemingway of Starke. Interment
carried out in the decorations and for the beautiful operetta I given moneys this place. Electricians be- 'I ,
raised was in the Newansville Cemeteryin
were presented.
amusing contests. Heart shaped under her direction gan work this week installing electrical -
These indicated that the Alachua County.
boxes of candy were awarded the Miss Madge Middleton, chair reports equipment to handle the pre- STARKE FLORIDA
society was founded in Novemberof Pallbearers were: L. B. Goodge ,
winners In the name and poem con- man of nutrition committee, re- cooling here in a more satisfactory j
it 1002, by Rev. D. W. Comstock, of Alachua Mr G. B. Colson of
tests. ported that the underprivilegedchildren way than in the past. It will be
who became the society's first I Brooker, Mr. C. O. Lewis of Ala- .
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i ( At the close of the evening brick at school were each day possible with the new equipment
state superintendent. Dr. Com- 1 chua, Mr. L. L. Doke of Santa Fe,
I :ice cream with heart shaped cen- served six gallons of hot soup, installed to pre-cool as many as
stock was succeeded at his deathin Mr. D. H. Dukes of Worthington
,,' ters, cake and coffee were served twelve dozen rolls and also milk. ten express cars at one time. It is
t the guests Mrs. E. M. Davis was Thanks are due to the 4-H Club 1900 by Mrs. Cora Hawley Sea- expected that pre-cooling will be Springs. I
ton, who served until her mar- The funeral arrangements were
I in charge of this enjoyable affair. girls who serve the children at the used on all cars that are loaded
b C at riage to Pat Johnson of Klsslm- In charge of W. T. Roberts funeral
and to out twelve
noon hour. ready go by noon
In 1910. C. be- parlors of Alachua.
mee Marcus Fagg
11IRTIIDAY PARTY The following nominating com- and on others that are loaded after FLYSATURDAY
I r.. came state superintendent In Sep- Card of Thanks
mittee was appointed: Mrs G. H. three p. m.: Those not precooledwill
tember 1910 and is still the We wish to our sincere
Miss Beartlce Moseley of the Lowry, Mrs. F. H. Long and Mrs. : on go out on time to reach pointof express
heartfelt thanks to all those who
y jh State Farm, entertained In honor J. M. Alvarez. This committeewill Job. delivery In 23 1-2 hours.
the first 21 home- were so kind and faithful to us dur-
1' it of her fourteenth Feb. During year,
birthday report at the March meeting. Brown to Run Truck Line
11 at her home. less children were placed in good ing the recent illness and death of
4 H. C. Brown has purchased and
: Games and contests were enjoyed STRAWBERRY CIRCLE; MEETS family homes in Florida, and about I equipped a large Ford truck whichhe our mother, sister and grandmother -
the Barbara $800.00 was raised to do the work. Mrs. Lilah Godwin, also for the
throughout evening. will use to transport strawberries AND SUNDAY
i Proctor and Demont Edwards The Strawberry .Junior Wood- 'I Last year 2021 children were aid and other farm products to beautiful floral offerings.

winning the contests and Robert men Circle met recently and elect- ed by the society, and 108212.18 nearby markets. We especially wish to thank Dr.

Blair receiving the dime when the ed the follow officers: was raised to do the work. Workmen Monday erected a Goodge of Alachua and the nurse I Feb. 18th 19th
l n cake was cut. Favors were red Guardian, Elsie Green; Past During the thirty years, exactly loading platform near the grocery Miss Ida Merritt, of Lake Butler\ & 1933

; horns, while candy and mints were Guardian, Marjorie Stump; Chap 21,340 children received the aid and store of R. P. Jones, where trucks for their never tiring services. ,

: served throughout the games. lain, Garnlta Hutto; Advisor, Riv- attention of the society, and a total will load so as not to interfere The family. -ATJones' -

Enjoying this happy occasion ers Hundley; Clerk, Vondn Inman; of $2.f 16.263.25 was raised to with the railroads. .

jvr with Mlsa Moseley were: Virginia Attendant, Lilly May Clark; As- conduct the work, purchase prop- Patsy Roberts Entertains SMALL: AREA BURNED

and Katie Fugate, Ella Mae and I I I slatant. Attendant, Mildred Thlg- erty, buildings and equipment. Little Miss Patsy Lee Roberts ON PROTECTED LANDS Field on Highway 13

:Vera Manning, Florrie and Myr- ,, pen; Outer Sentinel, Lovlana Grif- Practically all of the money was entertained her little friends at the I

lice KIlllngHWorth: Erma and Robert I I I fls; Inner Sentinel, Freddie Wlm- secured through direct letters of home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Of the 1,009,214 acres of private 1-2 Mile South of City

e, Blair, Sadie Prince, N. E. Grli-,I berly; Musician Clara Flume; Captain appeal, this having proved to be G. W. Roberta on Lake Avenue forest land now being protected

::1j s ten, Demont Edwards, Reece I S. L. Alvarez; Love, Edwin the most economical method. with a delightful Valentine party from uncontrolled fires! In Florlda'i! Government Licensed Planes

t Bradley, Jessie Drew, Barbara I Williams; Truth Obedience, Tlll- Only 44 of the 21,343 children Tuesday afternoon. The home was only 4,233 acres burned during the I

r' i Proctor, Frank Crews, Lillian and man Hutto; Honor W. L. Thigpen; died under the care of the society tastefully decorated- the occasion first six months of the present s i

X.. E. Moaeley and Jean Bouvier. Courage, Julian Griffis. during the thirty years, this very and numerous games were II fiscal released year, according to statistics j Price $1.00 Per Person
by the Florida Forest
s U Refreshments were cake sand- Social committee, February 16: low mortality rate undoubtedly be- played, after which Mrs. Roberts ,
wiches, and hot chocolate. Alma Thornton, chairman, O. P. ing the lowest of any children's Invited the little guests to the dining Service. The average size of the |

a .-. Hutto, Dorethln Sapp; March 16: agency in America. The normal room where ice cream and cake 126 fires which were extinguished )I

;k LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS Vonda Inman, Edwin Williams, death rate among children in Florida were enjoyed. Those attendingwere during The this Florida period was 33 acres: I EXTRA ATTRACTION
Forest Service Is
Vl' Tillman Hutto; April 20: Marjorie Is 61 per thousand, which : Mary and Jean Edwards, I
The American Legion Auxiliary Stump, Mildred Hundley, Julian would have meant about 1,363 children Mattte Edith. Rowe, Jewel Reddish, now cooperating for with 240 promiscuous land- PARACHUTE JUMP FROM 3POOFEET
held its regular meeting Tuesday Griffis, Paul Mott; May 18: S. L. dying, if normal deaths had Ada Dinkins Vera Mae Wilkinson, owners the control of

a afternoon, February 11th at the Alvarez, Elsie Green Wilson May; occurred. Winnie Shuford Jacqueline An- woods burning. Of this 1 SUNDAY AFTERNOON
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Legion Hall. June 13: Rivers Hundley, Dorethia The society starting with noth- drews, Betty Phillips, Clara Mae tors who are turpentine opera-
r The meeting was called to order Mott, Garnlta Hutto, Leon Max- ing, now has three branches, in addition Harley, Martha Wells. Buddie An- are cooperating by plow-

by the President Mrs. Vondu In- vllle;; July 20: Lillian Stump, Levy to the headquarters offices drews, Jack and Ralph Darley, and cidental Ing fire lines and suppressing ac-I'
man and opened with at and receiving homes in instead of burning
sergeant Johns Edwin Green; August 17: James Anders.
7 arms bringing In the flng, followed Mildred Thigpen, Freddie Wimberly ville, the branches being Jackson-I P. T. A. Meet woods as a protective measure. I
with pledge of allegiance to Miami, Pensacola and Many naval stores operators report
flag, ; W. L. Thigpen; September 21: The Lawtey Parent-Teachers' association Increased
T prayer by clmpllan, Mrs. White Those properties and equipmentare gum flow and higher
Lovlana Grlffls, Joe English. Wm. /held, their annual meetIng STRAWBERRY PICKERS'TICKETS
k k" a song America, preamble roll calL Grlffls; October 191: Lilly Mae worth above two hundred at the -school. auditorium Mon- grades of rosin on land where fires I

:Minutes of last meeting were read ,,I Clark Percy Thomas Esther English thousand dollars. I day afternoon and after reviewingthe are There not permitted to.burn.

e and approved. Reports from the Leslie Grlffla, Gerald Grlffls, Supt. Fagg In his report gives I ear'S' work of the association, are 779,929 acres of forest
different committees were given. I Minnie English; Nov. 16: Clara I: credit for the wonreful accomplishments elected the fallowing officers to under protection In the three

is A motion was made and carried I Flump, Marion Williams, Inman |, of the society to the serve during the next year: Mrs. National Forests of the State,

%, that all outstanding bills be paid. I Green; Dec. 21: Olen Andrews, I i newspapers of the entire state W. C. Wooten, president; Mrg.\ E. which, together with the above

It was decided to change the time I Doris Thomas, E. L. and Jlmmlo who have given the society fine B. Wells, vice president; Mrs. P. L. mentioned area of private land.gives ,'

of meeting from 3 o'clock to 3:30: Griffis; Flower Sick and Relief publicity through the years, to the Dinkins, secretary; Mrs. H. B. Ar- a total of 1,780,173 acres under -
o'clock during the summer months. 1 Committee: Marjorie Stump Sharon two hundred members of the boardof wood. treasurer; Mrs. W. H. Ed- protection In the State of Flor- |

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright gave an Hall. Dorothy Mott, Wilson directors and ladles who compose wards, hostorian. Ida. This represents 7.7 per cent I[

; Interesting talk on welfare work May, Billy Freeman; Program the boards for the state work' of the total forest area needing

r i of the Auxiliary. Mrs. J. A. Saul Committee: Lillian Stump, chair and the three branches, who have Rev. L. F Chapin will deliver the protection, which is placed at ap- I $2.00 Per Thousand25c

Cave a report on plans for poppy man, Vonda Inman, Alma Thorn- personally directed the work, have baccalaureate sermon of the Law- proximately 23,000,000 acres.
day program. Cash prizes are to ton. Clara Flume, Mildred Hund given thousands of dollars for Its I tey Junior High School at the The results of fire control on a

t be warded for the three best poppy ley, Julian Grlffla, Dorethli Sapp, I support, and who have given school auditorium Sunday, Feb. 10, number of protective areas are be-
f posters made during the poppy Alma Andrews; Cradle Roll Mem- lea time and personal end-I at 7:30: p. m. All are most cor- coming decidedly more apparent

rtogram. It was decided that the,, bers: Barbara Jean Johns, Wm. !!service also to the staff of workers dially invited to attend. The com- especially on slash pine sites. Prior
,w Auxiliary members entertain their| Edgar Thigpen; Decoration Com now numbering thirty-five, mencement exercises will be held to fire control on these areas, no Each Additional Change

i 4 husbands at a pet luck supper mittee: Clara Flume, Vonda In who have devotedly and efflcently Thursday, February; at the school young seedlings were In evidence.

the night of March 10th, at the1]I I man, Mildred Thlgpen S. L. Al- carried on the work In the receiv- auditorium beginning at 7:30: p. m. Today, many protected areas are

\, Auxiliary room. vares. Meet\, every first and third ing homes, the field and offices, Mrs D. W. Moore Is spending a now completely stocked with young
At the close of the business ses- Thursdays of each month. Our and desires to express tremendous few days in Jacksonville visiting volunteer slash pine seedlings

lon those present enjoyed delicious j I| name Strawberry, is in honor of' gratitude to the thousands of men relatives and friends. ranging from one to six feet In

't'; ; refreshments served by Mra. In- I Bradford County. women and children all over the Mr. and hits W. C.'Wooten were height. AttheTELECAPH

7 $+ man I i Mrs. Darner Silcox, Jr. Supt. state, who have contributed the visiting at Lake City Sunday af- Mt.. >
r Dora-Mt.
tt i I I funds the food, clothing and other ternoon. Dora Theatre
supplies that have
made the
great Mrs. G. "jW. Roberts was visit-
M {t \V. M. U. ENTERTAINEDMrs. work possible. ing Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Jr., in
A club
composed of girls has SQUARE DANCE
Much gratitude Is
expressed, too, Starke Tuesday afternoon.
p been organized at school, the organization L. G. Powell
wa hostess to the thousands of families
who Carpenters are busy making repairs -
'j 'a; afternoon.being completed Tuesday to members of Circle No. 2 of the have provided good homes of love, and screening the the Ever- THE PINES OFFICE

Baptist W. M. U. Monday after- care and education to the thou ready Cafe here this week.
Its objects are: ((1)) The preservation noon at 3 o'clock. sands of little homeless HAMPTON
children Mrs. W. C. Wooten
+ 1-4' of health, (2)) character development The devotional
; was by the that have come under the
4 ; ((3) a closer relationship circle leader, Mrs. L. O. Powell. the society'scare. ping F. R.in Jacksonville Carradlne returned Thursday.home Every Saturday Night

rNN between mother and daughter subject of the afternoon was: Sincere thanks is too 9 P. M. 'Till?
given to
Sunday New Orleans, La.
((4) to ,
strengthen ties of relationship "Putting the World its Feet." all Phone
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schools, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L F. Dinkins
between Yeoman's Bros.
members, ((3): The Lord's prayer was repeated by I Schools, women's clubs and String
I ,q pleasure.The all. organizations visiting: relatives In Starke Sun-
civic clubs, lodges and Band
officers elected are: Presl- The usual business day.Mrs.
1 den, Gloria Johns; Vice President, I during which Um session followed fraternal orders, young peoples societies Effle Miner was visiting Best Floor and Music In Florida ,
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Ms. W. K: Mlddleton and: Marjorie r Liquidation Costs lre was a good attendance considering ACCIDENT NEAR M.\XVILLEA dues or other agea.s ar I

Bfrid Sue Middleton spent Wed the prevalence of sickness ia the committees are being formed in ; I I
d % nesday and Thursday in Jackson Shown in Lee's Report city. Reports were given of the truck owned by Riley Wasdln every county In the state. I I

use. ij Bits ol i iB ville. work of the different organizations and driven by Fred Johnson of Any service station or garage I !

-- ------- Tallahassee, Fcb 15.--Liquidation such as Sunday school, B. Y. P. U Graham, swldeewlped a light car operator In this vicinity will supply 'I I
i Miss Lena l Smith: field representative of closed banks In Florida and Missionary Society. There parked partly on the highway near membership blanks to those : 1
for the Board of Education coBt depositors nearly one and one- had been fourteen received into Maxvllle Tuesday afternoon who wish to enroll.FERTILIZER .

I lDCal Ne for the Presbyterian Church, of half million dollars In attorneys' membership during the year. Seven The accident occurred when '
Winter Park, was a visitor In fees and court costs to January 1, members had died since our last Johnson attempted to pass the CONSUMPTION
Starke Saturday and Sunday In 1933. according: to figures secured annual meeting. parked. car in the face of another
Concerning; Oar People Dutinet andS Interest of the Christian Endeavor today from the office of Comptroller :Miss Harriet Raymond gave avery i automobile approaching from the Bradford county used 234: tons
I and Presbyterian Sunday school. J. M. Lee. '' interesting address about the opposite direction. Damage to the of fertilizer during the month of j

::J Progreit of the County and Town. Miss Smith gave a splendid address Fees and commissions! paid at 'I customs, dress and missionary! truck was estimated at $50. No. January according to figures fur'I: 'I

Sunday evening at the Presbyterian torn ya aggregated' $1,184,160.29 progress In the Philippine Islands, one was Injured. nUhe-d by the Department of Agriculture \ [' I.

OfT ------- .... .....,..... ,,,...................."': ..... ...............p.QQQ Church on her trip to and court costs $239,997.11, run where she has spent twelve years. i Inspection Bureau. I INpcrlul
-""" = "C=>C=>C=>IOIOIOc.JQ: : : : === brazil. Miss Smith left Monday ning the total cost in these two Refreshments were served by the IIOO RITES! lllBY'S HANII I Polk led the state with 4,001

Grlffia of Lawtey spent Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent for Green Cove Springs. She waa expense its ems to $1,454,19737.: octal committee of the W. M. U. I tona. Dado was second with 3- .
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c week-end ia Starke. Thursday in Jacksonville. accompanied there by Mrs. Geo. II. The following were listed: and a pleasant time was spent In A sevcnteen-months-old child of; 03...
the Lowry. Bradford County Bank Starke: conversation and.: mutual friend Mrs. Geo. Anderson, who lives In .

S.-Kelly of Brooker, was a recent Strrnberg sell.* solid leather E. K. Ferryman and A. S. Crews. ship. the Wateroak section wall attacked Titusvllie Repairs being made '.
C here.
COMMISSION SAVES GROWERS $1.88352 court costs, $1,34490 property
here. I ; ; by a hog Monday and received a I
visitor shoe* at no extra cost.
MILLIOMS MATTHEWS SAYS, total, $3,228,49.Raker ItURTICK!: BORKE severely lacerated hand. The child! SKATING '
atSternforrg's I County State Bank, Mac- the In ::; t
work shoes only fl Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews were was playing in mulching a
Ladle in Jacksonville (Continued from page 1) clenny: J.: B. Hodges, $300; court Funeral services for Burtlce strawberry! field near the home ------- \ .

, ,, i, Tuesday.Mr. costs, $22284; total, 52284. Boree who died at the home of his when tho accident occurred. It was Every Tuesday and :, '1
turn the capital Investment.
upon .
brother. Daniel Borce of Jacksonville
for medical at
A. Anderson of Lawtey Allen Smith of New brought to.Starke ,
George Smyrna This Is a tedious and technical task were held! at the Oak Grove Saturday Nights \
was In Starke last Thursday. la the guest of Mr. Charles Darby. but la necessary in order to pro Boards Cannot Lower Baptist Church In Clay county, at tention.rElROLK.UM----- .... 8 TILL II M L

Davis of Sampson tect the public against excessive County Assessments 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The : COMMITTEE- : : Saturday Afternoon :2 till 5 ,I '
Estelle Miss Harriet Ritch la visiting her
Miss charges. Rev. L. A. Donnlcy of Starko, officiated. 1"OIl\IEJ) HERE RECENTLYOn
Citw was visiting here Tuesday. sister, Mra. Herbert Durden in The Florida Railroad Commission Attorney General Cary D. Lan- Legion Hall, Starke ;t. .,1

Montlcello this week. he said, has no power to regulate Interment' was made In the famIly of week .t'ii'I 1
the dies has advised Comptroller J.: }O{ Tuesday night last f\
Mr Morgan Richard spent interstate comerce but does Lee that boards of county commissioners lot In Oak Grove Cemetery under Duna Brown Secretary of the UilMrrn I'ndt r 15 jrurM, 20( rent.* ) (, ; .r
week-end in Jacksonville with. his Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mra. T. J. represent the Interests of Florida in Florida cannot legally the direction of BurnsHoward Florida Petroleum!' Industries Committee Unmntip, SO ,"t'ntlll I'
Mrs. A. M. Richard.Mr Griffin motored to Gainesville in before the Federal Com
mother cases Roller
reduce or increase all tax assess morticians. was In Slarke and organized Chicago Champion ; '
Tuesday. mission. In these cases briefs are ments In the county once they have the Bradford County Petroleum Skates
Edison Brinson of Hugh has prepared and the Commission sends OO\EKNOK PROCLAIMSPARENTTEACHERS! I 1 1I
Committee. The of the
been made by tli*! assessor. purpose
visiting his sister, Mrs. J. E. State's Attorney A. S. Crews an expert to testify. ." DAY
The county commissioners' have organization Is to combat any fur 11mlIthorIzNI Agent
wa in Tallahassee Friday on Some of the activities of the 't'
Corpcnlng. 'i
power to sit as a board of tax ther Increase In gasoline taea and for lflf i
business. | Commis lon on behalf of Florida I II Proclamation designating Fri !license fees ami aNo work for I
equalization and adjust the assess tup; : WALLER.ImlNonlit ) ;
I'eter's Shoes are solid leather; shippers, listed by Chairman Mat 17 Parent- O. C. t1 I
day, February as
| ment on particular pieces of prop a general reduction In those taxes.! l 11
at Sternberg's.Mrs. Full FoMhloned Chiffon Ilaae only Southern Ark.
get them thews dealt with the erty, either lowering or Increasing Teacher Day In Florida halt been An executive committee was .
BOa at Sternbcrg'n." class rate short refrigerator Improved \>wttoritMissionary ; i '
adjustment It to make it conform with the gen Insued by Governor Dave Sholtz, formed composed of the following .
K. A. Floreus of Jackson cars, top Icing under refrigeration with the Florida Strawberry <
co-operating .
eral level in the county, LandU members: O. M. Ststrunk. D. CKlnlaw :
ville was visiting friends here this Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Miss Lois rates on petroleum products Branch, National Congress of Parents
ruled, but they cannot legally apply J. H Wainwright, E. C. ,;'! I j
week. Adkins and A. Z. Adkina, Jr., were Interstate rates on fruits and a general reduction or Increase and Teachers, in observance Priest, chairman, J. B. Alexander, New J\lf' for ,, ) ""P'P'j!

visitors In Gainesville Saturday. vegetables, express refrigeration to all property in the county. of the thirty-sixth anniversary of secretary. Special PricesD.W.MOORE 0:1) :
Wainwright, State : ,
Mr W. M. service, refrigeration rates on Founders Day.
Lee asked the attorney general's It la Intended! to get all auto "
bnnk examiner, ia spending this Mra. Nellie Martinez returned Florida perishables by freight, The proclamation: "
opinion In connection with the action mobile users and those Interested
week in Sarasota.Mr. Sunday from Tampa after spend rates on road building materials, of the Collier County commissioners Whereas, the National Congrews In the use of gasoline to become \ '\f fi;{

ing sometime with friends.Mr. and transcontinental rates. who recently attempted to of Parents and Teachers was established members' of the general committee. I Hturkt, Florida \ ,
E. D. Card Is Improving after While Florida farmers, growers, I reduce all county assessments 60 In Washington, D. C., on There will be no membership fees, .. \In' 'I" ,.Ii'
been ill several days at and Mrs. C. Edwards manufacturers, and '
having Guy producers per cent by a blanket action. Lan- February 17, 1897, and .j, 'tiJtIl :
his home. have announced the arrival of a shippers are receiving the benefit dia held that this action was Illegal Whereas, a state branch of this
son on Friday, February 10 of the efforts of the Commission and without effect. nation-wide organization was established
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Blltch were to such an extent as to keep several in Jacksonville March NOTICE
Lee has sent a copy of the attorney
guests of relatives In Starke Wed Mrs. H. A. Dew of Jacksonville, million dollars a year in the general's! opinion to all 11. 1921, and for twelve years has .

Ii I nesday. was here Wednesday visiting State, Mr. Matthews pointed out clerks of circuit' courts, tax. assessors been unselfishly engaged In pro MEMllERS OF THE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS'
Ii i i friends. that this work is just one function and tax collectors in the moting child welfare in the home,
L &: W. Shirts. only '70o on sale of a department which costs the state. the school, the church, and the UNION

I at Sternberg's. Peter's Diamond Brand Shoe* taxpayers only about $50,000 a community.No J. IJert Moritz Co., Inc., 257 Washington St.. New York

sold exrlufiitely at Sternb&rgs. year, or approximately one-tenth TUENTY BOY SCOUTS theerfore, I, Dave Sholtz, City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment and
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green and mill In taxes. INITIATED LAST, FRIDAY' governor of the State of Florida,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot were visitors Mrs. E. M. Rooks and son, Mar The personnel of the Commission do designate and hereby proclaim will not charge you but 7% Commission! thereby saving

In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. vin, of Jacksonville, were guests Is: Eugene S. Matthews, The Boy Scouts of Starke, held 1 Friday, February 17, 1933, thirty- you the 3% Commission! usually! paid to the local

Wednesday of Misses Amelia and Chaliman; Mrs. Mamie Eaton- a large Initiation last Friday in sixth anniversary of the foundingof Agents. They handle 3500 cars j early and are rated
and Mrs. J. H. Gill and Olive Ray. Greene, Tallahassee, and W. B. the school auditorium. Twenty boys the National Congress of Par
Jackie Joe Murden of Jacksonville, Douglass, Lake City, members of passed their tenderfoot require ents and Teachers. aa Parent- $100,000.00 A. A. A. A., which in the very l est. If you

were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ::I. C. Adkina and Mrs. Jim- the Commission; T. T. Turnbull, ments and are, now full fledged Teacher Day in Klorkla, and ask haven't joined the Union, join now. No dues or other

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.Mr. mle Butler of Gainesville, were counsel; Fred Petti John, accountant Scouts. that the people of Florida give charges will be assessed or collected( this: year. All
guests of Mrs. M. E. Edwards and ; J. H. Tench, rate expert; A. We enjoyed having several par particular attention on that day to
and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mr. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Thursday. B. Green, telephone engineer; ents and friends of the boys at the schools of the state, and that they I (services free.

and Mrs. N. Sternberg were visitors Lewis G. Thompson, secretary and meeting, and only hope more par Inform themselves more fully as to
in Jacksonville Sunday eve Lester Price Robinson! John superintendent of motor transportation ents will be interested and come to the alms and splendid! work of this J. L Harrell Lawtey Fla.
ning. Richard Gomez and Bill Everltt of ; Katie May Ashenhart, sec the meetings. great organization in citizenship I ,

the University of Florida, Gaines retary to counsel. The next meeting will be held training.

ton Misses and Madge Eugene and Matthews Hazel Middle-spent, ville, were in Starke Sunday.Mr. that The"railroads third recommendation should be permitted was' at Armory Plans, Friday for 17th. first at 7 p.hike m. _. ._ ._ __ __ _______ _.___ ___ 0 ___ .. .:; '.t <
sharp. our -- ------ - .0.0 ---- ------ - :
Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. and Mra. W. J. Epperson and to own and operate competing will be formulated, alao many other ;'fr :

Coulter In Lake City. guest, Mrs. J. E. Mainea of Lake cervices, Including water lines, but interesting items. n
Butler, motored to Jacksonville regulatory jurisdiction should be Dr. Mlddleton will give a short ),11 .;
Mrs. E. P. Montgomery has= recovered Monday and spent the day. extended to water rates and practiced talk on turnlqueta and their appli I { i ,
from a recent illness and In coastal, Inter-coastal and ; : :
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li back in Starke after spending State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. lake shipping to relieve commerce tendance. I'
several months in Tampa.Mrs. Crews spent the week-end In Mad- of present chaotic conditions." In K. D. Card Scoutmaster n I

lion guests of Judge and Mrs. J. R. this connection, It was urged that rocer
J. L. Simmons and Mrs. T. Kelly. I Congress should promptly clarify PRISON SO CROWDED Ip Op YIH

Jf N Kendrick were the guests of its intention on the long-and-short 11F.SiLEEI": ON FLOOR !
Mrs E. Chancey in Lake City Sunday Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. A. haul clause of the transportationact. -

Wells Stump, Mrs.' F. F. Stump, Conditions are so crowded at
and Mrs. Edward Burns visited the Florida State Prison Farm at

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank, Betty Penney Farms Monday. :MRS.: THOMAS I'REEI Ralford that some prisoners are STARKE FLORIDA FEBRUARY 17th and 18thWE
i Lewis Shank and Dr. G. P. Raymond IN SLAHNG BROTHER compelled to sleep on the floor, T. ,
spent Friday afternoon in 1\ltlllllllnj\\'I'I" Ilogo Chiffon or E. Andrew's chief clerk in the prison

Gainesville. Service weight reduced to 69c at (Continued from page 1.) bureau at Tallahassee, said In ARE HELPING YOU TO SAVE
i, S tt'rnbeorg's. his biennial report last week. Florida
Starke of last winter and returned d
ILipgrnde Overall.* at $1, give part had 3,210 prisoners on January '
here for a brief period after Pure Creamery Cane Itest White
I'I you a lot for your money; get them Col. and Mrs. A. Wells Stump, 1, and the repoit said that a steady I .
I, ut Stornberg's. of New York City, have been the baseball season this fall. Increase was "taxing the State's
I They left soon after to open his utlb 19c 5 Ibs. 20cGeo. Bacon Ib. 6c
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. new hunting camp at Aston flnanclel system." << Sugar t : !
:Miss Mona Alderman, who la an Stump. Col. and Mrs. Stump left -
the off baseball season
instructor in music in the Woman'sCollege Wednesday for Miami. I During/ IIA1TIST CluoRClIlIOLDiiJ
,, will Thomas, who Is never content to ANNUAL BUSINESS MEET True Love 1 WashingtonFlour
at Tallahassee, spend ,
: the week-end with her parents, Mr. The Woman's Missionary Society be idle, opened a hunting lodge for Cocoa 1-4 lb.! SI: tw.
Florida which
and Mrs. G. W Alderman. of the Methodist Church will meet sportsmen in West The annual business meeting and \ Flour 24 Ibs. 55c 241bs. SOc I
Monday afternoon at three o'clockat he has conducted for the past several church social was held last Wed ,

Mr Mrs. W E. yeari. This season, however, nesday evening, February 8. Then 19c
!! O. L. Beasley. the church. Business and devotional Brooms
he decided on the location at Astor ea. lIb
Mlddleton, Mrs. J.: M. Mitchell, Mra. meeting. ,
!! Y/einers/ Ib. 9c
A. Wells Stump and Mrs. F. F. as it offers a wider variety of : 'i : ,t' ,

Stump were visitors in Gainesville Mra. E. L. Biggs, Mra. E. S Mat hunting and finning. '
The new camp Is splendidly FLORIDAT Onions 5 Ibs. lOc I :
Tuesday afternoon. thews, Mrs. D.: A. Montieth, Mrs. II i. :
equipped. Everything is provided ,
Cheese lb. r }
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. A. Z. Ad
for hunting and fishing except A T K E ,
Col. and Mra. J. E. Futch and kins spent Monday In St. Augustine guns. The club house Is located on 15cll jelIDonfe) Itest Grade Irish
Miss of DeLand, GAINESVILLE FLA. I i ,
Mary Brownlee with Mrs. O. J. Griffin. :
the water with a private dock five II "...NI: ,. \
are expected to 'spend the weekend boats motors, fishing equipment i ___-0- _______- MACARONI : :\ ,QUALITY< ( .. POTATOES1.,
at the home of Mr. and Mra.H. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth and J
and bait. Deer and bird dogs,
L. Brownlee. children, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwarda trained to the highest degree of _-u ___ ____ ___ 3 pkgs lOc 10 Ibs.15c \ '
and daughter, Fredrlka, and I ]
furnished. The
efficiency are camp 111'111'I
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Leah Struth, all of Jacksonville & ntiiiAv"HTRANGK
la on the St. Johns river between
Miss Loin Adkins, A. Z. Adkins, were guests of Mr. and Mra. ) INTERLUDE" = Jem Mayonnaise or I U
Lake George and Lake Dexter.Convicts While Ribbon _
i"i"w Jr, and Mrs. M. E. Edwards motored Wm. Struth last Thurs ay. .1. With I Relish
to Jacksonville Sunday to see -------
Judge Adkins' sister, Mra. J. W. Attending the religious services i Lard 4 As. 25c! Qt. 30c j

Carleton, who li 111. at the State Farm Sunday were: I Are Rack At Camp GABLE ,

Mr. D. M. McRae. Miss Hazel Underbill. -

Congressman R. A. Green' and 1>%r. McRae gave an inspirational The state prison; ; bureau was notified S.TVUn"yUAION each 5c Apples dozen 19c I J
nephew, George Johns left Tuesday talk and Mias Underhill :Monday that sixteen con : : NOVARRO Celery, ,

for Washington. Congo Green has rendered several vocal solos.Mr. victs who. went on strike at the InuTilE

been In Starke and Jacksonville for Macclenny road camp, Feb. 2, had
several weeks to be near his mother and! Mrs. H. L. Brownlee been returned' to the camp from I SON-DAUGIITER" Coffee 2 Ibs. 25c Ivory Soap lOc size 5c I
Mrs. W. H, Green, who has been< have as their guests today, Rev. the Ralford state prison and were With HELEN HAYES il
seriously Ill, but la now steadily and Mrs. M. C. Stlth and family "very glad to get back." I -- -- -
improving. of Jacksonville, Mra. W. H. Tucker They were transferred from the 1IONJJON' the Stage) '

and Miss Katie Bee Weeks of camp, to the penitentiary Feb. 3 1 SHEA RAYMOND: ""I Milk tall can 6c Cocoa Soap 4 bars 10c II !

Newberry. and placed in solitary confine MUSICAL REVUE ,
[GENT A WORD ment as a disciplinary measure. 'I
Among those from out of town Twelve others named by camp officials On the Screen !
COLUMN attending the funeral of Mrs. Lu-i i and prison bureau Investigators "SHE DONE HIM WRONG" t Nut Oleo, Ib. 9c Whole Grain Rice 5 Ibs 15c i r l
irenia Dowling'Sunday were: as the leaders of the strike,
tsom Ogden! of Pompano Mr. i still confined at Ralford but With MAE WEST

FOR Leghorns SALE-8c Baby, Rhode chicks Island White Reds Mrs.Bryant T. Dowling D. Dyal of of Lake Brooker Butler and, I road probably camps will soon.be ,transferred to ::( TUESDY' & WEDNESDAY Navy Beans Sibs. -ISc lOlbs. - 25cTropic ;j1I ;

tf. ,
Oc. See W. !of. Edwarda.
Mr. Ernie Dowling: of Ft. Meade. I John F. Baker, captain of the I RITII CILVTTERTON I ItJ
FOR SALE Or exchange for town Macclenny camp, told the prison In"FRISCO I 2 No. 2 1-2 .
place-4 rocm house and six On Wednesday Mr. R. A. Weeks I bureau that "all the prisoners ap- : JENNY" T 5 No. 2 cans 25c; Peaches Cans 25c 1
dinner at to back to'', I
acres of land "r more It wanted. entertained with a party fear very glad get : o.matoes )
Inquire Mike Maruca. Starke, Ills home in Brooker in honor of camp, and all say that nothing like I ---- -- ,
Fla. 2t* tila father.: Col. W. T. Weeks of I that (the strike) will ever occur FEBRUARY 23-21
Starke. who was ninety-five years again." I "SION OF THE CROSS" I Grits or Meal 10 Ibs. 15c Soap or Powder lOfor 25cQt.

STOP AT wlIr. ETS STORE -To >ld. The guests on this occasion The prisoner started thrir strike With II J

get your sprint garden and field were: Col. Weeks' daughters, Mra. and refused to join other convicts: I FREDRIO MARCH. ELIS8A ISc J
seeds. Northern and Western W. L. Wall :Mrs. S. T. Dell of at the camp in road work because, LANDI. CLAUDETTE Mustard 15c Qt. Pickles
grown. Also rawterry crates Gainesville, Mra. J. M. Brownlee] they said, they were "tired of COLBERT .
and cups. Prices right 1-27-41.. and Mra. J.: E. Wilson. working on Florida rods." I I I'iIII ,

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The Voice of PUt osta.

I. FARMERS SECTION Chipley, Fla.-- Bringing the av- LIVE STATE NEWSNews Tallahassee -- The stall hoard '1 >; '

for the last four Florida out- !
a erage production Fla. of control has announced n.
months to 75: 1-2 eggs per bird, the door topics will be a feature of of Florida in Short Paragraphs polntment of Dutch Stanley nT. ''r I,

Conducted by Demonstration Agents :520 birds In the seventh Florida talks on the Florida Farm Hour ready a member of the :

;i National Egg Laying Contest turn- I from WRUF next week, which is staff, as head football coach oachln 41 ? 1
7 m ed In a 673 percent lay during Florida Outdoor Week. The Farm University of Florida for the
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h. :v.--
January, reports E. F. Stanton, Hour Is broadcast each week day -- -- -- succeeds Charles W. Bachman I
"W<- JillNATION'S supervisor.This I from noon to 12.45: : EST, and the signed. The board acted re. t
CONTROL MELON WORM F.RIFAlIIL1ES breaks the record for the following talks are scheduled for Tallahasseechief Justice Fred I40.! and Dess Smith, 32, died of of President in' recommendations ,

BY BUYING SQUASH ENDEAVORING TO IMPROVE same period In any of the previous I next week. H. Davis has announced that salary I their burns last Saturday. Billbray of the university and rlg.rt f
and five Florida Farm cuts for Justices, from JS.SOO to managed to break through the passed a
IN CUCUMBER FIELDS THEIR OWN SITUATIONS six contests by 15: eggs, I Sat., Feb. 18- resolution adopting "as a
t highest pens have a record higher News and Hints. Farm Editorial $1. OO each would be> recommended sheet of hot water and plunge out the general I
I than the leading pen for the same Snapshots. to the budget board. through a small manhole opening, policy employment of grad. It t i
Gainesville, Fla. By planting (By Spuds Johnson) ( uates of the University for t
birds the but Smith collapsed in the small all
time last Forty-four Mon. Feb. 20( -. Protecting
year. ,
early summer squash among fields "As we enter the new year, one coaching positions in either
of cantaloupes and cucumbers, particularly hopeful fact stands j have layed over 100 eggs, and 22 Beauty of Florida Woods Dr. WIl- Fort Pierce-The Fellsmere Sugar opening and was dragged out by a I or minor sports. major .

j i truck growers of Florida are able out in the farm situation" say have 100 points to their credit. mon Newell Causes for Citrus Containers ,' Company at Fellsmere, made a fellow worker. -

?) ; to control in a fair measure two of, Dr. C. W. Warburton, director of An entry by Gulfklst Poultry Being Broken In TransitD. successful test run during theI I I
.t their worst enemies, the pickle extension work for the United Farm, Ocean Springs :Miss., Jumped E. Tlmmons. The Story of .I week and will begin regular operation West Palm Beach-A taxpayer'sstrike Tampa Dr. Lucilo de la Pena, II I II

''f' :worm and the melon worm. States Department of Agriculture from third into first place dur- Natural Control of Blackfly on by next Wednesday according was freely predicted by city former Cuban legislator, said in an I

.*\ Observations have shown that the "Thl Is the fact that nearly every- ing Jnnuary. The 10 birds have!I Citrus-Dr. E. W. Berger. I( cording to information reaching officials and private residents alikeas interview here that more than 500 I

;':moths which lay the eggs for these body agrees that more buying power 946 points for 973 eggs. Second I Tues., Feb. 21-The Farm Price I here a result of the city commission's men supplied with arms, are ready
is still held Davld on's Brooker. action yesterday in levying a tax In Tampa Miami and Key
r f worms prefer the summer crookneck for the farm family Is essentialto place by :Situation-Dr. Marvin A. West
squash to cantaloupes, or cu- the return of business: activityand Poultry Farm, Auburndale, Fla., Farm Question Box. Miami Circuit Judge Paul D. of 425 mills This millage, caused to go on a moment's notice on a

cumbers. Growers take advantage prosperity." .while Etheredge Poultry Farm I, Wed., Feb. 22 Raising Beau- Barns has ordered dissolved a tem- by mandamus suits of bondholders, revoluntlonary expedition to Cuba \

o Of this fact by planting squash Without discussing the many 'Ashford, Ala., stands third. An tiful Azaleas-H. Harold Hume. porary Injunction which preventedcity Is levied against a tax roll of $19- Dr. de la Pena, who led the expedl-

) around the dges of their fields. governmental proposals put forthto entry from Pinebreeze Farm Cal- Raising Quail to Increase the Sup commissioners! of West Palm 825,000 and is calculated to raise tlon that stared the revolution in ,,

:Many growers also plant a row of attain this goal Dr. Warburton lahan, Fla., Is fourth and one by ply-H. G. Clayton. Beach from levying a 390-mlll tax from property owners within a Cuba two years ago, said today a

: quash through the field every 200 outlines something of what farm W. A. Seidel, San Antonio, Texas, Thurs., Feb. 23-Sheep Produc- to care for municipal expenses and year the sum of $8,415,625: : to pay new attempt to overthrow the i

a ito 300 feet. The squash are plant families are doing to bring them Is fifth. tion in Florida-Dr. A. L. Shealy.A debt retirement for the next year. all past due and current debts, Machado government I Is certain ir

ed at the same time as the canta- selves as far on the road to re- Two of the Etheredge birds,are Safe. Sane Pecan Fertilizer Program bonded and otherwise, and interest. and outlined plans for the attempt r

u, ;loupes or cucumbers. covery as they can In the face of the leading individuals with 111 -G. H. Blackmon. TampaThe State of Florida : except when the expedition will ,

This method of control has been shattered farm prices and rigid and 110 points respectively. The Fri., Feb. 24-The Value of Silage made a net profit of 109107.25 : Daytona Beach Arthur Brisbane leave and the place where it will "'\

recommended strongly by J. R fixed charges. "They have set to average size of eggs this year Is a In Dairy Feeding-Hamlln[ L. on Its supervision of the six dog noted newspaper columnist, leave.

$ Watson, entomologist of Florida work with determination to Improve bit better than the good averageof Brown. The Importance of the tracks operated In the state during'I paid his respects to John D. Rockefeller -,- -

experiment Station. Mr. Watson their buying power in the last year. So far the eggs have Home Dairy Cow In Liberty Coun- the present season to February 1, at Ormond Beach on a brief Jacksonville Enroute to his t

A t adds that It is also a good plan only ways which the Individual can averaged a score of .94 points com- ty -D. H. Ward.In according to figures taken from reports stop here "Mr. Rockefeller is 100 home in. Jacksonville Beach, former

r ( y to go through the field after the apply-namely, raising the net Income pared with .92 for the same periodof keeping with Florida Outdoor to the state racing commis per cent and he looks to be In as Jacksonville Municipal Judge

it r 'crop Is up and plant all missing of the farm cutting down the the last contest. Week, short ,talks about Florida sion. good health as when last I saw W. W. Anderson suddenly realized

t hills to squash. The squash will cost of family living," he says. woods, fishing hunting, camping, him," Mr. Brisbane commented af- he had forgotten his wife's request

:grow more rapidly ban the cucumbers The Extension Service, including and the like will be given at 7:30: Tampa Sixteen happy couples ter calling on Mr. Rockefeller at for some turkey eggs to place

'" or cantaloupes, and will be county and home demonstration HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES each evening during the week, Feb stood before a preacher and a the latter's winter home here in under a hen that was setlng A

R more attractive to the moths, he agents and State and Federal ruary 1925.: crowded grandstand at the South company with H. J. C. Henderson, little nearer home, a friend with

,says. Infested squashes should be specialists, is giving them every Weekly from Home Demonstrm1tlon Florida Fair and were married in I Chicago, vice president of the Fish whom Anderson paused to pass the

,. ,1 r I picked and destroyed.A aid at Is command, be says. He Specialist, Tallahassee STRYCHNINE-POTATO what was announced as the largest er Body Company. time of day exhibited some buzzard

thorough spraying of lead arsenate tats some of the ways in which i I BAIT BEST CONTROL mass wedding ceremony in modern eggs, and thinking to play a Joke .

y .; in bordeaux mixture will go farm families, with the assistanceof i FOR RATS IN TRUCK times. The wedding was a featureof Titusville "The taxless town" on Mrs. Anderson took two of the
far toward controlling the melon county and home demonstration CANNING GRAPEFRUIT the fair's bight program. eggs. He gave them to her when
Is the title that Is to
: worm, but not the, pickle worm, agents, are endeavoring to solve HEARTS being given he arrived home. The following
Gainesville, Fla. The cotton or
? Oak Hill north of here because of
according to Mr. Watson. The their problems as follows: Jacksonville Representativesof evening Anderson assumed an un
field rat, well known for its destruction
in the sin-
the fact that it stands
t pickle worm lives entirely inside of Farmers and farm women are four railroads operating in the smiling mien and asked his wife
Just as the bottling of all fruit of vegetable and :
of not forcedto
the fruit or stalks where It is out gaining a better understanding of crops State have appeared before I gular position being "Did you set the hen." "No Ididn't"
juices offers splendid opportunitiesto squash and melon seed, is best con- gov-
mill for taxes for
levy a single
of reach of insecticides their economic Mrs.
: Before
situation that they i Anderson replied
ernment engineers here to protect
the housewife. whose first interest ,
trollad by poisoning with sweet
,, the melons appear, the melon worm I may know better oa: which farm Is to provide food products potato baits coated with strychnine construction of a ship canal across the coming year, The mayor, E. "There were only two eggs and Ididn't
P. and the two town
I' I leeds to a considerable extent on enterprises to concentrate and that contribute generously to the according to Carlyle Carr, rodent the sate. The railroad interests think they were worth both.
commissioners sat down the other
t' ,the leaves where it can be poisoned which agricultural Industries to ering about, so I them to
1 by the ; health and well-being of the fam- control specialist with the U. S. contend such a project is econom- day and discussed city affairs and for breakfast." gave you

spray I develop. ily, so does she can her grapefruitthat Bureau of Biological Survey and ically unsound. then arrived at the conclusion that
4 ; The moths which the Farmers .
lay eggs are organizing and operating -
she may have the> tasty de- the Florida Agricultural Extension
a for these do not no taxes would be necessary as ex- While farm conditions: show little .
; worms get abundant their farms to produce with licious Juice "hearts" to serve when Service. Stuart Stuart City Commission -
.- until along In the peuses had been kept down to prac- change, a got-: sign is that the
spring, Mr. the
expenditure of is
considering of an
money, the fresh fruit is the not to be ob-, The potatoes should be cut in adoption
| ;Watson says, so that early cucumbers time and effort.Marketing tained. I slices about 1-8 inch in thickness anti-handbill law modeled along tlcallynothing. fundamental supply and demand

\ ; frequently escape their ravages processes, as grading, Wash lines of the ordinance by situation in regard to wheat I Is
and dry, good, sound, full-I and from 1-2 to 1 Inch in diameter adopted
[ or suffer little I Canal Point-The female cane steadily Improving, thus
comparatively warrant-
r packing and standardizing commodities flavored grapefruit. With a sharp and strychnine sulphate should be Miami. The Miami ordinance has
; damage but late cucumbers and flowers at the federal agriculture Ing the opinion that price improve i
N are being improved and knife, remove all peeling and rag. used. Slice 16 pounds of potatoes been placed In the hands of city
{ I cantaloupes are Invariably severely losses are being reduced in marketIng There are different methods of do- and sprinkle a handful of salt over attorneys for revision to fit the lo- station here were late keeping a ment will come In the future. There ":
: damaged. date with the male flowers. "But have been some farm
price setbacks
channels, warehousing and Ing this ; one Is to cut a slice from them. Mix an ounce of strychninewith cal situation.
storage. it's nothing unusual," explained the with cattle and hides hold. ;
both ends past the Ino the of
rag an ounce common baking "
,> FEDERAL NUTRITIONIST Wherever possible, farm familiesare flesh Lake Wales-In experimenters at the station. "You Ing tenaciously to the upward
of the hearts; then cut the soda and sift this over the pota- spite of the chil-
ASSISTS HOME AGENTS developing new sources of in- rest of the peel and rag off in wide toes, stirring to coat them well ly weather more than 3000 persons know how women are about being trend. Foreign demand for cotton
late at The station been
come. slices, cutting from one end to the with with the poison. are estimated to have visited the appointments. moderately good.
:;$.4 Tallahassee, Fla Miss Miriam "Attractive surroundings good other. When this operation Is completed These poisoned slices should be Shrine of Saint Anne des Lacs, needed male and female flowers
Blrdseye, foods and nutrition health, wholesome for an experiment it was making.The Shoes, silk and automobiles show
recreation and
( ape you have in your hand a dropped every 10 feet apart over among the lakes and groves at the
w ,clalist of the United State. Department social contacts with neighbors can Juicy ball, minus all rag with all the rat infested field, and 5 feet Canadian colony, six miles east of male flowers were grown in definite improvement.

?7 I of Agriculture extension do much to relieve the strain of the "hearts" exposed. It Is then apart around the edges of adjoining here, as the fourth annual winter
I service, has just concluded the problems and difficulties of the
a an easy matter to run the bladeof fields from which rata be pilgrimage Wall held.
a ( week's work In Florida. Most of present farm situation may
he says. a knife, or better yet a pliable, coming. This treatment should be

i.. the time was devoted to conferences 'The Extension Service Is doing flexible, bamboo paddle between repeated every two weeks duringthe Sanford-Florida celery growers Do You Know'l4
with county home demonstration ,nothing more Important than aidIng each "heart" and separate the segments growing season of the crop or who two weeks ago turned to + +
: agents of western and families to maintain
of from the rest of the
mem- until the rats are exterminated. the drastic plan of plowing under
[ northern Florida, from Pensacola their members by them I
assisting in brane or rag. It Is possible in this For the mouse that Is giving one-third of their maturing crop
'to Jacksonville. She was accompanied foods and nutrition work,
supplying way to remove every "heart" en- most trouble In north and central when prospects of a disastrous season -
| In her Florida work by Miss menus that provide adequateand tirely whole, free from all rag and Florida squash and melon fields : loomed before them, decided at
Anna Mae Sikes state extension properly balanced diets
\ seed. The seed remain attached to Mr. Carr recommended the use of Lakeland last week to extend the
i nutritionist products> of the farm and from
the core. rolled oats for a bait. Mix 1-8 : plowlng-up period through the
Miss Blrdseye paid particular attention foods wisely and economically I
pnr- With the "hearts" freed from rag ounce of strychnine'alkaloid with week beginning February 20.
I to foods and nutrition chased.
problems -
seed pack solidly in a aterll-
an equal amount of soda
} I faced by people under present common r
(zed fruit'jar oe
r 1 after putting and sift this over a quart of rolled Tallahassee The comptroller'soffice K
conditions. The Florida agents are The combined world 5
production tablespoonful of heavy sugar syrup oats, stirring contsantly. Warm in has announced that its InspeCtors ,
tamtiles of oranges and grapefruit has increased In bottom of each pint Jar or. one- an oven and sprinkle 6 ta, leapoon- and others from the state

j 10-fold during the last 40 fourth teaspoonful of salt may be fuls of hot beef fat over the oats, department of agriculture Satur-
I Viding well balanced and nutritious I
During the last
years 10
years substituted for the sugar. When stirring to coat them evenly. Placea day night seized 8,076 gallons of
meals limited .
1 } on funds.I production has been
growing Jar Is full, adjust rubber and teaspoonful every 20 feet over gasoline from the Continental Oil

i :, 'I: e .he rate of about 6 percent per cover, and process 35 minutes at I the melon field two days before and Gas Company, of Quincy Fla., 7 s : s
|r There are :514,224 acres of land year.
ISO degrees F. If canning In tin, I the seed are to be planted. for failure to pay the state gaso-
I in West Florida, east of the Ock- .
exhaust for ten minutes, then
pro- line tax, the state Inspection fee
t a I locknee River, listed with the State Growers who spray poisons on cess. Store In cool, dry place. If Largo Local Sinclair filling and the state license fee.
[Forestry Service for fire protec- vegetables that are to be eaten the hearts are packed sufficiently station painted.

I dd lOlL In Walton County there are later should be sure that the poisons tight in Jars, they will be solid and Gainesville Edgar J. Lambert,

(J.,480 acres so protected. off the plant before it goes to tight at the close of the processing.Store Madison Repairs made at Miami, was recently appointed to

',, market. in dark, cool dry place. Parramore Grocery Store. the highest rank In the history of dt3a
About one-fourth of the
orange -Isabelle Thursby. the University of Florida Reserve
and grapefruit trees now growing Lake Worth Ideal Drug Co.
Officers Training Corps, when
pro- Mqa
I In the United States were planted Lake Avenue and Dixie Highway, Home Radio Period SAVE JOHN RUSKIN moted from lieutenant colonel of

Bin the last five years, and therefore opened second store on North Federal The following talks by workers the Infantry regiment, to colonelof
|are normally not of bearing age. at 12th with CICArt BANDS
Highway Avenue. I the State Home Demonstration the brigade. It Is the first time

Department are scheduled for that the student

:.k And the Worst is Yet to Comet -- WKUF the Florida each morning Home Period next week over: Ask your dealer reached brigade-strength.

Sat., Feb. 18-Child Care Question for new Premium Winter Haven Florida's citrus

Box. ,44 Catalog. More picking holiday was not continued
Mon., Feb. 20-Clothing and this week, but all shippers in the

f su Style Suggestions Lucy Belle -", Havana tobacco State are urged to hold down pick-

t Settle. .- is now Ing to the lowest possible mini
,. Tues., Feb. 21 Facts revealedby
mum. This was the decision
- k t Ii ANNUAL tit r I > Home Garden Records-ElolseIcGrlff. used in JOHN'RUSKINmaking a meeting here today of the

PICNIC 1 I Overcoming Obstacles In special committee named last :Mon

t OF TV g Home Wed.Gardening Feb., 22-Floy Mases.Low- it the greatest day at the state-wide shippers'
StECowo mVi Cost Market Basket-Anna Mae meeting recommendation as to '....,..,A. Nr w.t arl q.
5W4tW 5CH001 P' cigar value at Sc.: continuing the picking holiday
? Sikes. Progress of Nutrition WorkIn I THAT one of the few advancing glaciers loft In North America Is

Pinellas County-Joy Belle Hess Smoke the size Tallahassee Florida's First one that covers a large. section of the northern slops of Mount

Thurs., Feb. Suggestions for you.prefer Lady feels she can do no greater Robson. British Columbia It Is known ss the Tumbling .Glacier because
i'L Home Purchasing Mary EX Ke- large barge periodically break off from the toe of the glacier and
;f? own. Thrift In the Home-Joseihine Perfecto Extra or for her State than keep crash Into the lake In the foreground. One of these Is seen floating
: Nimmo. # governor from getting grouchy. In the lake. The lake la I formed entirely by the molting snow and Ice
Mrs. David Sholtz was the first and It l Is one of the feeders of the Fraser River. i
; :i FrI., Feb. 24 Food Value of woman in the history of the State ,
Grapefruit O. Abbott.
to take the
stump and her
hi _o r(' I husband

Employment declined .4 per centin NOW governor's Wake Up Your Liver Bile

December, with four out of seventeen ida's chief executive, however, she

major industrial groups MORE HAVANA believes her foremost duty la to

t marking increase. White collar : make him happy at home. -Without Calomel
qu16lf workers constitute 28 per cent of -

"; c those out of work. Even slightest /I U.ear.i9hi1. I Vero Beach Discovery of a --

change upward In purchasing power left Tibia bone of a woman In an And You'd Jump Out of Bed U Woo MU b set dewing h ty,JOTV fa..

should be Immediately reflected r n earth strata regarded by geologistsas d..w't of t. n,Jo* OMKT* I.* tile bmhbCM ?
In employment satlstlcs, as stocks being from 13,000: to 30,000 En the Morning Rsirin'to GoD Ware wp yw -... Too Ore .

''of finished goods of all kinds are years old has been announced lo- thick bad tute tad yam....da b root,ddafun
h4Nbpa now at an irreducible minimum and cally. yea feet oar and sunk and the tmka. sat fa H nl.h-, Tow ..*
Along with the
only demand is needed to make leg bone woman's world looks punk dont swallow a lot ....*sod you fri dan wd..*.Too errs
factories hum. were found the skeletel II salts, mineral water, oiJ. laxative .ek. .Ypat..5ed.
remains of saber tooth tigers, candy! or chewing Itt.k.tb..goadddCARTLRILrrlT.aLIVTRPtUd

Delray Beach ground sloths, and mastodons, in them to moby'o' nsuddenly tweet ,,_III-.*w.poBB Gulf Stream Fossilized condition. The bone and and full of sunshine.
leg buoyant "
Golf Club opened for Sawing b..ly.d mak rim M p.ad p.
1932.32 season Itself was half turned to stone, according For tiny cant do It. They only Tbq ecetala .....,.,., ....-- two.ew .

.. CIGARS SATISFY to local experts. more' the bowels and a mere movement _11Io........--.ebw it.mm..

.r Plant lOc doesn't get at the cause. The .....*UM UU flow body.SB I!
City Five-acre tract SMOKERS; Pensacola Literally cooked tnesnn fee your duwa-and-out feelingIs *.tat..lot B_pOU ... far 0hrla145g.UrwPala
touching Road No. 17 on western when scalding water overflowed Is, _'fill'. It should pour out two Lk. far. the r.CartII"oI.ItcW

rz side of city dedicated for park GAINESVILLE!: CANDY CO. from an adjoining boiler into one pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels ?tree ..* r MM ..*Uw. .... awbite.

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of the seed or divine Word as that THERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH TALKS OX TREESDr. Motion Picture.A new align-1 '"TEll''' III.F f.r ,I 'j f'

of the earth into which the seed ment of the motion picture Indus. hereby notice Iff siren that under 1.r rand t 'I"'I"'II

falls. The seed of Christianity Services will be held Saturday ( E. Porter Felt, Director try Is forecast with Rockefeller In- by vltrue, of that certain d..ore.. I ,'
of fnrofionum and sale and
mad I. 1
will grow because the soil into before the third Sunday of each The Bartlett Tree Research! Labor. trrcnta a large factor. The in entered hy the Hon. A. :55. Adklne, ; !

which it will fall Is suitable to month. atones, Stamford Conn.) dustry's principal difficulty Is in .1ml We, of the Circuit Court of the ''I I :..
aRlh Judicial. Circuit of Florida 's'i I
nourish it.Conversion, In ,. ''f
D. L. Phillips Pastor.SCHEDULE real estate carrying charges on and l for Hradford County, on Feb. "j" \ ,
Into a Christian life t Wanderlust Is a human trait Nth, A. D 1933 In that .certain cause :
theatres built
during: "
word it lamp onto "* 'ig t unto yean.
By > T P t --Ptalm 119:105.: Is a gift from God. :Man cannot shared to some extent by trees. pending In snlri Court between Mary. I I
CIIANGED Adam. Dick. a free dealer, a* .nan'r, '.
ynrttlrtrl1Ul All religious doctrine create It, but can only fit his life Some trees, such as the poplars and plainant' and J. M Mnore. Mary ;
teaching I
u fItttl or the have Te-xtlles-Future has hopeful appearance !Moore, Fred 1 J. llorna and TCIIxabetH (. rl
ltPlllOrilfliU creed as soil for Christ's teachings. maples seeds which are r : (.
they are to have any claim The following changes In sched- with cloth demand Home are defendant the undersigned .. ..'
.non the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with ules are announced by the S. A. L. easily, and In some cases widely aa Special Stealer shall ell '" I
teachings of Jeaus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice distributed by wind currents. Nut I steady. tn the hlKheat. and beet bidder. for r..1' 1 /
Dec. 15:
Ry. :
caiih. In front of the South. door of ."
S the human heart, and of whom" it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN Southbound trees on the other hand, depend Oil-Refiners the court house In city of Starke. 1',1'I',! I 'i.
MAN. despite
THIS breaking
SPAKE LIKE largely upon the good offices of I even Hradford County, Florida, during the U'' t
Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. No. 1, due Starke 11:17: m. j
I p. low gasoline prices. legal. hour of sale' on Monday the) r i
rodents and water currents i
FMtor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this de Thomas supt. Our attendancehas local. for seed *th day of March. A. i). 1883. the '

I I.rtrnent for new of church activities, organization and announce dropped on account of the No. 11, due Starke, 9:35: a. m. distribution. Ordinarily trees are Cigarettes December showed following land. lying: ; aril being. In ,y ,..j \
County, Florida, to-wlt. r rCnrnm.neing
freely given and no charge made-the only requirement unable by natural to
I Space means secure ,j'
local. i
ntents. cold and wet weather. Come on gain In consumption as comparedwith 70 :yard north" nfSouthweat
that ouch Items reach this office before Wednesday morning a foothold upon widely sep corner of 8W4 of NE4, '
wing now and make it hundred and No. 107 due Starke 10:27: a. I
one m. decline in .
tfterwlM) they onnnot be handled for current loans arated continents. most other monthsof of Hectlon 14. Township 7 South' '
keep It up to that and over. limited.No. 1932. Hanara 21 East. thence run east. 881 "

the true teachings of Christ and Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 191, due Starke 10:55:: p. m. ''I Man is a most efficient distributor yard yard tn to .a a ditch past,. thence thence Fast north alonaraald 21

I follow them you will be blessed limited. of trees, especially when It Tirca-Price-cutting has brokenout ditch 8BO feet. thence northeasterly n
] SUNDAY SCHOOL I m.B. .. along Bald. ditch 600 feet r'
I t LESSONI beyond calculation; but If you bear Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. NorthboundNo comes to transporting them long again with resulting disturb thence. west 800 yard. to a pont,, i

I and accept and follow false teach Wednesday at 1:30: p. m. Miss 2 due Starke 5:08: a. m. local. distances. The present nursery ance. thence. north to. north line. of NW14 I ,
---l trade Is a logical of of NI'J'nf said Section. Townahlpand '
I ings, your religious beliefs may be Raymond will address us on the No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. Range, thence west to northwest "' I I
FEBRUARY 19, 1933 a curse to you Instead of a blessing lesson John 4:1.15.: "The woman of local. the human tendency to exploit nat : Meat Packing-Outlook good for corner of alil NWVj( of NRV; y

FOR is founded Samarla at the well talking with I ural resources, and in many cases thence South 110 yard to point I ot i
Christianity on a No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. profit during coming fiscal commencement.. f fSpecial '
: Jesus Teaching by Par- belief of the omnipotence of God, Jesus" local. the outcome has been desirable.! It year. A. R' CREWS
Subject Is a matter of common knowledgethat Mater In Chancery, ,:
the fact that Christ is the Son of
I ables. Starke and Wannee Branch-No. KXtOIIT KNIilllT, Htarke, Fla.
God described In the New Testa. PRESBYTERIAN a number of most desirable Automobile Sales Solicitor' for
Text: "The earth shall be as 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. -- continue to Complainant. '

I Golden knowledge of the Lord ment and the Savior of mankindas 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. trees have become established in Improve, with January well over a 3-IO-4t-3-3. ,

I full of waters the cover the sea." Isa- promised and declared in the Services Sunday February 19 T. J. Griffin Agent. this country by the nursery trade.It year ago. It ia interesting to note \OTICK OF t-.I.KCTlOV r, 1''

the scriptures. Whatever destroys as follows: Is not so well known that some that price reductions have resulted Tly the power vested In them bv

llah U:9.: Text: Mark 42134.: your faith In those and other vital 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. Closing of Malls of our native trees have found acceptable from Improved efficiency, and not the Public law Instruction of Florida of. ,Bradford the Hoard('nu"of.

Lesson and Place of Lesson: A. D. principles of the Christianity will Williams, acting supt. I South conditions In foreign by reductions In dealer margins or ty call. .an election tn be held at JP t
Time 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon lands. in tha '' 'med 'place on ,
the whole Christian quality.
destroy religion. Train No. 9:00a. I nfnu'A':
11parcel post : Murch. '
128 'Second year of Christ's min The 1 14th, for tha |iurpooof
I do not mean the differencesIn by the pastor. Theme "Our m. common black locust also elm-Hue three trustees each, and ; '

istry t Galilee.; doctrine such as exist betweenthe Responses to the call of Heaven." : Train No. 107,"letters, special delivery known as the yellow locust and Madison Coast and Geodetic determining' the mlllaire to li* SHvexKed -
lesson Is a continuationof In' each dlntrlct.
when he sat In Lutheran Presbyterian Baptist 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. and special handling 10:00a. : white locust, was appreciated by Survey making observations here. For the. purpose of holding .alit< if.

lesus sermon Methodist or others whose Topic Why Marriages Succeed or m. the early settlers and as a conse- -- election. the initnaKera are" an follow : '

the boat on the Sea of Galilee and differences out of Fail. Leader, Estelle Kendrick quence we find highways in east Copper Profitless at *: 'f 'I ,
grow interpretation North present District" No 1. Then-Run--O. W t
crowd the
I to the on shore
preached of true scriptural facts; but 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song Train No. 12, parcel post and ern New York and on Long IslandIn Cc price; bent side Is that domestic HtiiNon. Albert 1 Hulllvan: and Clove-! 1
about the sowing of the seed on inn' ,l Snlllvnn.IMMrlct .
only those sects and organizationswhich and sermon. Sermon subject letters 2:60 particular with striking rows consumption leads production. '
a D.ilri
I kinds of soil. : p. m. Nn. Slnrke--1. !
different reject the fundamental principles "Made by our Choices." I of these trees. The locusts are >in, J. C. llolilnnnn and Ilr Mid. ; Wii
And be said unto them Is a at Train No. 108 Letters special easily recognized because of their M 1s'I'9:14'a: ,Mtl.l! dlclon.liiHtrlct. .t,
of Prayer meeting Wednesday '
[ brought to be put under a Christianity. delivery and special handling 5:10: Nn. rt, rnwtev Tl Tl.TliHdn .
candle characteristic and also
7:30: p. m. appearance 1. H. AuHtln niul .Inme' KimIcr 1
under a bed? and not to Again he said "With what measure p. m. Nolle* In hereby Ivan .Irn.I""rlO oranil .
bushels or on account of the unfortunate u tI'.I\
There will be liv vllrun nf .
a special meetingof final 1 nf
1 PlHtrlct' Nn. 8 .7. A'
candlestick? For there ye mete it shall be measuredto Night malls close at 6:00: m.- Norman' J. r
be set on a the official board, elders and p. though somewhat picturesque mu mado and rendered.. by M ItoHler and n, Cnrter.IMntrlct .,
Is nothing hid which shall not be you; and unto you that hear trustees Train No. 1 South 11:17: p. m.; Illation due to repeated injury by of the the lloimrabltt. A. y. Adkln. Judge. N" Ill-(leo. Cona, W. T.
Monday evening February Court of Ih.
neither was thing shall more be given. For he that train No. 2 North 5:08: a. m. Twenlymxlli Cronby and Hurley" McHae.W .
manifested ,
; any 20, at the church. Dr. John W. the widely distributed and very Judicial Circuit of Kliirldn. .In MANNINU.! Chairman 4i''
kept secret but that it should come hath to him shall be given; and Neel of Crescent national Starke and Bell BranchTrainNo. common locust borer. It is not sad for Uradford County. In Chancery \. .7 nit II"'UI, Su"-retary. 1
I he that hath not from him shall i City 101 mail closes 7:00: a. m. No. 1 that dated lath tiny of Feb., 1aii: 8-IO-6t-3-10. i
abroad. I missions chairman will be presentfor generally known that this tree was In certain came therein .lately 1
'The candle" was probably the be taken even that which he hath." conference with 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. taken to Europe' and planted as .pending. between, Edward It. Jarvl, M ',"'1":1&: ,M 't.ll.Mllereliv ; /
a the board.
Individually and Edward II.) Jarvlo
I small oil lamp then used. The "It shall be measured to you"I Blue Bu Schedule early as 1601 and is now more n* AdmlnlHtrator:: : of the eatate;. of, notice ,la given that under dfl 3

usual lamp of Jewish home was a -This saying occurs in several LAWTEY CIiURCIlIJIKI.VI"nY! Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. widely distributed on that continent 1tIo oho"". Nirholns.larvl' dec lilunm*ited. ,, Complnlnlint Idvnia-, .and ilKcron 1 hy of virtue foreclosure of that certain and l Male final of I 41 r

shallow earthenware dish open or connections and has a wide appli I Northbound-5:03: a. m., 1:59: p. than any other eastern Amer. hla wife If married Harry Ideina. Krlirunry; 71 I h,, A. I> 1935 Adklns'entered hy I4' 1( '

with a cover. It was filled with cation. In Matt. 7:2: it refers to! First Baptist Church m., 4:59: p. m., 8:10 p. m. ican tree. It finds there moat favorable |hiM legal| wife If married If deceased, hi.* In the that Honorable certain, A.roan. .SS. of T C. Judge Crawford ,

I olive oil, drawn up by capillary at- Judging others; in Luke 6:38: to Hev. L. F. Cbapln pastor. Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p soil and climatic conditions I liwateeH reproHentatlve, devisee' Hrantee, lawful. admlniHtratora hair-, an complainant' v*. Finn-lie. MatthewH "

traction into a wick which floated giving good measures. Here it may Preaching services first and m.. 4:34: p. m., 13:50: ( a. m. and, with the absence of the and. clnlmlna executor .and, .any other In the at Circuit al. aa defendant Court of Bradford pendtnff" '

in it, the end of the wick protruding that if the pestiferous borer thrives person; hy. throiiirh: of County, Florida, In Chancery, theiinderHlarned ; /
mean one preaches gospel third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Tickets and information at better under, him. or them, deb.ndantu, theiinderMlgned Special; I Master will sell I ,

through a spout or a hole freely, he will receive a corresponding m. Smith's Service Station next; to than In Its native country. It has aa,Special who. wa Master therein In Chancery appointed to the hlnl>i-i.t bidder for cash In ,
I at the side. that become well front. of the South' door of the p
reward. Unto you school 10 a. m., II. B. Ar- courthouse. established and is a to execute the Hame will on court i

In the sermon on the Mount. hear shall more be given-"To the wood Sunday supt. general favorite on account of Its the Monday:legal April hour' 3rd of, A..ala ll. tees before durlnir:Ih hoiiae .In Florida city, of, nn Htnrke MotulHV, BradfordCountv. the 8th I ',I .(
| :Matt. 5:14-16: Jesus said to His diligent student of divine truth I Prayer Service 7:30: m. Wednesday Automobile interests prepared to handsome appearance, Its graceful Court llotiHe door In Htarke, "Florida* day of March A. D 1 10.11, iturlna- ,I l

disciples, "Ye are the light of the more of divine truth shall be revealed I p. make a strong bid for better business delicate foliage and abundant, *.ell tn the highest and bent bidder" the. legal.Ibed. hour real entate of sale,lylna the followlnirilvnci and. be- <;p ,

world. A city that Is set on a hill this to the showy flowers. for ciiHli. the followltiMT' described I 4.1 r
B. Y P. U. 6 ::30 p. m. Sunday. year. They point laud' nltimte Ivlna and belnir InHrnJford Inic In Uradford County, Florida, to-

cannot be hid. Neither do men "From him shall be taken"- new low price levels, the Improved America has benefltted by the Ibtinl y, "Florida to-Wit: wit toast:: half nf HF'M;: of Section A, rd n

light a candle and put it under a The slothful person who does not products and the obsolescence of Introduction of desirable trees from Tha North of the half Houtheant of the NoithweatSuarter of Township 6 "'Mouth Mange 23 Kant] '
bushel, but on a candlestick; andit improve his opportunities of learning Grace M. E. Church so many cars now In use as Jus other lands. It is gratifying to 84, Tuwnnhlp 6. Mouth Hanno of except NKi-i 6 of acre*" In. Northweat corner 3 3 Z

giveth light unto all that are In the things of God instead of Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. tification for optimism.At know that our black locust la, with 22 less KaHt., with contnlnlnMT the aiipiirti'iiance1 20) acre '111010or *,. Alsothe. West I ncre of BWt4 of ,

the house. Let your light so shine learning more will even forget Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat other of our native trees making Hiild ale to be made" ptiriiiant to HWIS Mouth, In Hans-a Section tt KnatA B, Township R

before men, that they may see your what he already knows. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. the recent retailers' convention some return on this type of International com*aid .decree to tmtlHfy. the saute and H. CREWS. : 'l'I

good works, and glorify your Father "So is the kingdom of God as if Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : It was forecast that sales obligation. May these H. K. PKHUVMAN: Special: Master 'In Chancery, r
KNK1HT KNIiIMT.I Htarke, Fla.HolUltnra .
I which Is in Heaven." a man should cast seed into the m. would drop 20 per cent during the trees continue to remind others of I 2-t7-fit-3-17.A* Nptc'lal. Mauler In Chiuicery. for Complainant.j t i S 5

We sometimes think that, If ground; And should sleep and rise Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. first quarter of 1933 with 1m- the advantages of multually satisfactory 2-10-4-3-3

I something la known by only God night and day and the seed should Mary Moore supt, I provemement In. the second quar- exchanges. \O'rll'91 ni 'I".U'"'1'10'11 roit 0"/ i-oii '.llll.'V""IC\: i

and ourself It Is securely hidden. spring and grow up, be knowethnot League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. ter. A majority of retail authori- 'rUKKII: In circuit Court2Hth Judicial ;' '

' But the time will come when all how." ties believe that prices are grad- Of national Interest Is the fact' Notice la hereby "itlven. that Ethel' ( Circuit Bradford County. State o( i
Nf. ItlKV" holder, of tax certificate' Florida. In Chancery.lluldah .
j that we do say or think will be The teacher may sow God's word, Fraternal ually being stabilized. that forced farm pales totaled 9.5 No. 3HO. the 7th day of July. A. D. II Corpi-n In a-. Complainant

known tb all. and we may accept and believe but Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. Sc A. per cent of all the farms In the oflTlcn IW10, has and filed made ald application' certlflcalo for I In tax my fendant.It, va.. J. Eugene Corpenlnv, IJe. 1.

"If any man have ears to hear, God alone gives salvation. M., meets at city hall building 1st Building-Improved, with con- I country during the five years end dad to INHUH thereon I In, ,accordance appearing hv affidavit appended i

let him bear. Not only should "And he said the kingdom of and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. tracts ahead of same period last ing March 1, 1932. Tax delinquencies with law. Said certificate embrace to the bill fllnd In tha above '
the following ilencrlbiMl pioperty .lt- Mated cause that J. Eugene] CorpanIIIH I r,
you hear the word of Christ but God Is like a grain of mustard T. T. Blackburn, W. M. year. were responsible for 3.5 per anal In llradford l County, Kloilda, the defendant therein named. I.I

his teachings should be obeyed and seed which Is less than all the O. J. Phillips Secy. cent of these tu-wlt: .a non-rnsldent of the Htate ot Florida I
l KIof: 8IJH of HWV4 Keo ll. -22, and la a raaldant of Marlon In I l
carefully studied. seeds hat be In the earth; but whenit Wool sales close to normal so 20 ac re*. the "Slate' of North Carolina and la

And he said unto them take is sown It groweth up and be- New business continues to exceed far this year.Newsprint Steel fell off after moderate 't'he assessment of sill r pronrly; over the are of twenty-on year*] II 4 {
under the said certificate' Imiuetf. wa It la therefore ordered that said. non- w tltlr t8
heed what ye hear." This Is one cometh greater than all herbs"The production, and In Southern pine expansion; conscensus of opinion In the iiaiiiu of l>r. 1). K Haynes. resident. defendant be and ha I la ,

of Christ's most Important warnings point of the parable Is not district is 13 per cent ahead of Price-cutting has looks to improvement in next few tTiileH said certificate' shall b" rodeemed hereby required to appear to the
according to law tax' ileed bill of complaint filed 1 In. said cauna p
to his followers. If hear much the secret invisible last lead to losses months.
you so energy year. will iNmie thereon on the 20th day on or before. Mondevlhe I Hlxth day
--- of .larch A H 1977 .of March, A. D. 1933 otherwise the r t I
," "I Imtfd; ; : HilH nth day of February allegations" of said< hill. will ha taken
NOBEL WINNERS """ -. A. H. I'JII.I: ,. aa confessed. by Bald defendant i l
'.+ ENGLISH POETLAURBATB .as \Ra It I 1M further ordered 1 that this
OlSAOREKt It the + (Hash\ A. J. 1'11 OM AM. 4
cosmic my really 1 eoe- rn' AR.. Clerk of Circuit I'mirl. order he published once a week for.
mla I aa asserted by Dr.. '< r, '; r. s RIVES! John Maia.flald. .r llradford County Florida. four conwi'cutlve. weeks. In the Hrad< -
Robert Milllkan{ Bt-a-17. ford County Telegraph, a nawapaper ,
$ formar por. "' In said and State, I
lt p famous rarer- .p.- published County <
Or I bit .dr.y radiation .rrt rrE:8 ;> tar .In NOW York .- .. K ('I."K' Ina'OI.'I' This first day of February, 1933. 'J
.. 1
from the ..rth'. r I "A s sateen and now Po.t. ,> ? t (Seal! ) A. J. THOMAS, 11
upper atmoephsr a* f w4 {k'k .Laureate of..England/splaysArthur I ...' > TX Htarka Flu., ..h. 1. 1933. Clark Circuit Court.J. f
claimed by Prefeesor v .nk s an0tur Iteport of the. Clerk of the Circuit U FIIAZKH
Co", pl. '. ,,, ,r? V s aa and arrlv.Ing play. ,r':' Court In and for Kradford County Solicitor for Complainant f( '
la Shown
right) of tha UnlvarIty nl .', ,6> wrlght Now York ".< '( Florida, on account of taxes aaMaMed 2-8.Bt.8-3. t4
of Chicago t Or la r : Mauritania. v, for the year 1032.U .
there maraly, mora b .t a.s. '. A. Knlwhl.. Tax" Collector NOTIC'ld OF" 81'1<)('1"'. 1II.'S'I'En'S.ALN y
Massfltld will givaeeriea a ,
p s" : i s .
dlaturbanca above wooly Proper
Chloaoo than Nan ba ; "Y y a of lacturaa In .j To. l>al. dim .Ian.' 1 .. ._ 4603.D3 ; Notice I. hereby given, that under '
wh...? iris country. H,44 sd lly amount collnclol7'o __nn .and pursuant. to that certain final
a bal. due Jan. 31 _____ ___46<)J.03 decree of foreclosure and sale made
ROYALTY THAT Fin A. Forfeiture on the 10th day of neaembur, A. If.
LOOKS ROYAL Fly amount collected .____ __ .
low Princes Sibylla 1 Court nf rtrailfonl county. Florida In
who) has taken s To balance due .. __. ___2742.34 that certain cause thureln pending, /
holm By storm. 3y Coualy llnad end II r MIC e wherein; Austin (Mry, la Complain p'
shown with her hud- 4 1 "Maintenance ant and II C. Kliirlda-a, : Carlyle
band Prince Ou>tafAdolf !* 1A. To hal. dun. Jan I 5992.0'1 Peek and l llva reek, hlx/. wife; M. E. i
$ fly amount CnllactedTo Kdwardi. widow Cornelia h
heir praaump* r u. a Peek
tlva to tha Swedish a I l bal. dun Jan. 31 __.._ ._. 6011109CiMinty J...n Throna. Tha SwedlehJB- < Nchnol f.eaerat Peek, hln. wife! Lois Peak
Royal family ara tall, ft, i Tn bal duo Jan. 1 __ .. 24011 DOHy f'erryninn .and 1 I<3. K. Ferryman, her
fine t % ( Jfw DEPRESSION IS HIS PLAY. amount collected .. : Iiiabel peek Hitch and )'
looking, good .a -
Sportsmen and axtramaly .< sty a OROUNDl Ralpn I Hiti.during; hotel aenlue: To h,," due. Jnn. 31 2401.80 I :: : ..nili. Hitch, her husband: J.V.. t tAndrew.
who has built up the depreialon ("m .
demeeratlo. 1J u f, Poll olne Peek Haylea' and Fl.
., /J one of the greeted hotel bWl.S. To bal. due Jan. 1. 41200 F. KuyleK, her. hmiband' ; Hlnclalr' I.,
I :- host. In the world. Mr.,nII Ita sand a Ity amount collected Peek and Myra Peek, his wife; W.
y' .
to more than a To bal. due Jan.' 31 'n 44200 M. Toroda. and Pauline Toroda, hi*
S }// ,half gueiti a year at the. Hotel N.wVo.k.r '. .. R .5 L and theHaook S lI0.enHota To bal. due Jan 1 -_ ..861D.15! uf tha Corner i,. Peek .
y'y' rZ a 4dru. York Cityt III'F amount collected .____ dacaaied I, are Iinfendant. I wiltell I 1
/tal"c ,U y sa r ,:: 'oyy3v ;} br'B ice Detroit. ) and the Van City Hotel', To bal. due Jan. at -" _-.HIH9.II5 .at puhllo outcry for cash to the
r y Tnlnl Mub-Hrhoul Handed highest" bidder at the front. door of i
'R To hal, dii* Jan. I -. U63 B< the County courthouse. In Starke,
.x, e6 $ By amount collected, '_'_n i Kradford County, Florida. during
( l g Tn bal. due Jan. II ___ _..4J83.68.tKHrnllural the legal. hours. of sills nn the Cth.
O.K day of March A. D 1113 those
".ees a 1)) gf 1' hal. due .'"n. I 4110.31 certain pieces of pioperty Situate
r, ? PROMINENT COOK Hy I amount, collected -. In liradford (County Florida. .. and
d 9 ti TO LOSE JOBI Thi. To ....I. due. Jan. Jl 400.S3 described aa follow: p
; 'r r cook 'loaet her job .. .' .
g x. 'v.t? %\ |II Penl in R'of Section' 18 Township 4
March 4. but not b.
Tr' hill due .
Jan. .
e t 480.40 South
k cauae of depreialon. 13 P set and NVj! "f Not

a> collected
Hy .
amount of NKH also. deacrlbed. aa NM) of
Mrs John N. Garner
yai' \ y la shown preparing Tn bal. tine Jan. 31 'H' t<10.80llonil N >4 of Inane 1 and l 3 In Section 31
5, lr \ lunch for the Vice, A Urinate Interest *. 941.4/.g Township 4 Rotirhj Kane. 22 Kaat.K. .
( 2 President alect. She'll Fund M HUMPIIHYH. S
% N t toe 'socially I too busy To hal. due collected Jan. 1 nl8.1D.37" Special. '. Master In Chancery.
lly amount .
: :2lu( D7 FREE M. IIUnNS
RS 3 far thla after March 4."FATTY" To bul. due. Jan III .._ ._ _ld.7U.70 Complalnant'a' "Hollcltor'

A. J. THOMAS. Clark. 1-37-61-3-24. 1 I

I N i .a. NO'ruol'] ,,
r Notice I.! hereby given l that Ohs following .'.*<.rlh..d Iltnh Will be Bold
at public' auction' '
e on
GREATER SAPKTYi A alight praiaura .,, thaKUl-STMONDAV IN MAKCH.' 19.13 It halnirf
c the 5th day of said. month
I ; onlY on tha brake pedal and the power y' $ .. '. before the Cotrrthoue. Door at Htarke in Brad.
torakaa control over ? aStmouatent ao much thereof as will b.
give compute q a toford. tcouhenty dofue rida.taor n.c..a.y
ante set
thla 100 Studabakar Champion 'e s y opposite the same together with
the of
now on exhibition at automobile s 4r aj3 / c l ,g b'easase Qshows. coat such sale and lverU.lo" c.:. A. Knight' Tax Collector
.4a ..,
Spaed, power and aafety entirely ), aw1.cea ,. : 4 1 >eerla>lfon IIJ"T. n. A 0...... 'laces .. Past '
new In th* t.OOO elaaa, according t* Paul ; 91 t 1,0111 :
O. Hoffman (insert) praeldont. Stud** ., ti"'NrJNolitE'T; canal :2 4 U U A. Z. Adklns n-__ 11370 !f :

baker Salea Corporatlen. "in >wTiiwj4U 0 U 7 Arthur Wood 21 IT
One A I,
of HK'4' In Htarke -----jg 0 U lOr. O. 1.. liaynee 41."
Lola 1 3 of Illk II Original n.
Town of Btarka In NJCtt ;i'

of 8W4( -- 2S 3 U F. i'. Stump 4229 :
0 RE. Lot 24 o( nik 7 Cf tyPark ".n. f
w >? T U. R N S I Roacoa { et r,. ; "Hub' lily W. A Co'. Addition

"Fatty" Arbuckla.emeu to Stark' _____23 4 22 1'. r. Slump ______ 1.67 a
n aamedlan ef r 0r g f IJIocka A II C tt Stump'. addition -
the allant ftlme return to Stark In SVi of
l t* tli* ecr..nand sv iy "
'k Com110ftWofSWCoeof19' 0 U F. F. Stump ___un 118.12
shows his aid
ti q time prewsa aa a ; ,'% {, ;y i k 1" Madison. tt Myrtle Hi*. A t
l b'k ema| In "HIY.Popl*, Qr r run W 310 ft to \Veet-
Vltaphane' comedy. c moreland St. thence H on
Her* h* la rewarding said St. 420 Itt K 310 ft N !
Billy Hayee with 420 ft to baa dealanatadon _____
.n axtra large haleIng map of Uaklna Add
of Jall-O for th* to Stark aa Clark 2 A .

fn) acting thl p w t. rI Y. tJr Wlk. ___________-29BWU I 232t 1 B. C. Holtiandorf _. __ .n UII
yevng-etar alspiajed of NE%. BC(4( of
In th* earn* picture. N' 4 ax 10 A on 8 aid. _31 5 '0 R C. Holtaendorf. nU' n.

SEX of NW(4 ---------14 5 21 40 W A. Baasant. Jr. ._ uo'ro
EH of a I Alot In SW Cor

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_.. .. ."".- .- -" --.--------------- "- ------- ------- ln-OTh--oral those who are not to appoint
.. -- ------- -"--- I time a national .follo ( ) islands, the throats of special Advertlain",
ERA that some ago
i NEW TRANSPORTATION off the southern greatly concerned about the mat- Committee to pass on
Bradford Telegraph magazine wrote an article criticiz- keys and reefs even
y County when-local Interest In ing the new designs In motor cars. end of Florida, the only part of : ter.The scheme AU ''agreed that tales]
at time be-
of the nation are the committee gave Its
in area. people
that automobiles were get- the United States growing unqualified
rail It said
"* S Established 1877 the competition between the doubt these coming aroused over the school sit approval, they would have
bells to come no
t like diving In
lines ting to more years l1"thlng
roads and the bus and that the to do with that
and it is hoped
of the main- uation, advertising
will become part
like keys stunt
..Li Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Is at a high pitch, it is of Interesting national Soon after passenger, they received a let- land by reason of the channels filling session of the state legislature,

at Starke Florida to read the report of the The St. Johns river, which convenes in April, will do It worked like a charm
t Matter\ at the Post Office committee, which ter from the chief designer up. ((2)) When.
transportation this week. Briggs Manufacturing Company. I the largest and longest river flow- something drastic about the situation. ever a hlgh-jacker walked ,tnt, the

t E. L. Matthews_____ ___________ ________Editor and Owner was published In transportation, That gentleman said: Vou're tng north in the United States .-Citrus County Chronicle. place with a new racket u, Will
f; A new era right, design Is on the wrong track, and tidal for more than a hundred -- promptly the only) ad.

with regulation concentrating on no doubt about it. We've been miles. ((3)) Silver Springs in Marion ANOTHER JOKE ON FLORIDA vertlslng they could consider Will

i SUBSCRIPTION RATE Insuring the most efficient serviceat thinking so for quite a time. We county with a flow of water to JUSTICE such as had been approved bj.. their

Yearly $1.50; Six !\Months 75c-Payable In Advance the lowest competitive cost of ,the is thought no last summer when we make a stream deep enough to committee, and all the merchant.

h Rates Application envisaged by the members designed new models for the forth- float steamboats. ((4)) The sponge Six years ago, J. W. Buchanan, : stuck together
Advertising on conclusions were
committee, whose coming season, but frankly we fishing on the gulf coast, the only of Taylor county, killed two prohi- -

,4 } baaed on one of the most thorough couldn't put it across in the face : one in the United States. (5) Royal bition agents. For one Willing he In less than a week most of the

i Valentines were about as scarce as calendars surveys that has ever been madeof of the onrushing tide of streamline Palms park, in Dade county, developed was convicted and sentenced to solicitors got wise aud left tows

-------o-, I the Nation's transport facilitiesby bunk--. Just thought you might 'I by the State Federation of life imprisonment. For the other, Only a few of them had faith,

"In again out again gone agin-Finnigan" must have a. disinterested, nonpartisanbody. like to know it. We're hard at work Women's clubs. ((6)) Lake Okeechobee he was convicted and sentenced to enough In their trick scheme to

? .In a direction quite opposed to the the largest body of water en- execution. even present It to the commlttet.
r been in politics. They found the outlooK for railroads I trend, reactionary right now." tirely within the boundaries of one Buchanan hasn't been executed. They knew It would be 'thumbi

a "far from hopeless", but as i state. ((7)) The largest phosphates His death warrant has been signedno down" so they Just folded up their

The new three cent stamps look better but they taste sert that rates cannot be based on i So there. As Mr. Ripley would deposits and mines in America less than six times. Now, with little tents and drifted on tc small.

obsolete capital structures, nor can coyly remark, "Believe It or not." Other lists can be made to Include the date of his electrocution fixed er towns where the plckln Will
about the same. competing forms of transportationbe time he is again before i easier.In .
Itt _. handicapped for their benefit. But don't let us stop you from buy- the: Oklawaha, the crookedest navigable the :
1 o Court.
ing that new Fordolet. river in America; disappearing the Supreme
These wild paroles we hear about must be attended by The committee urged sweeping ,- and underground rivers and On what ground do you think a year's time, this one committee .

? consolidation of the roads, on a lakes and sea beaches, the finest Buchanan, who has succeeded in saved the merchants of

I hail felows well wet'o: regional basis, to eliminate vast Personally we think that the I in the world; existence here of beating the law for six years, escaped Jacksonville over 4100,000 by turn

and,wasteful duplication of facili- streamlines, whether bunk or not trees not known to botanists else- six consecutive death war Ing down numerous schemes that

(' Someone has remarked that with the teachers now it is ties and services. are swell, and we'd hate to return'' where on earth; an abundance of rants, now seeks to prolong his would have cost the merchant hard

Railroad managements were to the old models that now look as temperate and sub-tropical vege- immunity to punishment? earned dollars and brought him

rM "all work and no pay taken to task for not using, rather if they had room for an upper i, tation in the form of trees, shrubs, It will make you laugh, if it does nothing in return. This saving

o than seeking to combat, such competing story. 1 vines plants flowers, bushes, mos- not make you, as a law-abiding represents only those stunts that

Hoover says that Republicans are coming back. So are forms of transportation as sea, grasses: etc., the oldest housein citizen, mad. the committee was called to past

trucks and airplanes, and are severely Th6 management of the Moon- the United States; the largest On a question as to which if any upon. Hundreds of others were

prosperity and Christmas criticised for seeking gov- light Dance Hall wants it distinctly Frame hotel in the world; the overseas officer In the state should pull the kept out of the city because the

o ernment aid without having first understood that the manage- railway to Key West, on switch that "burns" him in the promoters knew they were licked

1 { It looks as if Florida will have fine weather for its Outdoor co-operated to eliminate wasteful ment reserves the right to refuse i which trains roll along on tracks chair! before they even started.

19-26. competition, and otherwise taking admittance to any lady it thinks 16 feet above the water, and for Unavailing the process of trial,

t Week, February advantage of all possible econ- proper.-Haskell (Okla.) Ledger long stretches out of sight of land; conviction sentence, by which the Another effective piece of work

o omies. I the Singing Tower near Lake state brings criminals to punish the committee did was to put a

The quail who escaped can now draw a deep breath and Prompt revision of the statutoryrule The defendant's mother told the Wales, and the $25.000,000 Ring- ment. Useless the laws by which stop to the telephone ticket racket

g. it until next season. of rate making was recom- jury Mrs. Nhad been run over ling Art Museum at Sarasota, etc justice Is supposed to be done in Smooth promoters would blow Into
take easy a buggy, kicked by a horse, had
mended the committee asserting by -Dixie County Advocate. cases of homicide. Six years of de- town, make a deal with some unsuspecting
q of to been twice unhappily married, had the imposed by a organization to
# that the old theory trying --0- feating penalty put on
I c. They say that laziness is a disease, and most lazy people base rates on "fair returns" on appraised been operated on for head Injuries court and Jury now resolving itself a dance or pull off a show and

to bed for it. value, should be junked, i and had epileptic fits since a childof TilE SCHOOL RACKETTaxpayers into the question: "Who shall promise big dividends in cash All
do not mind going ,
12.-San Francisco Chronclle. .
c. and adding< "We see no reason turn on the juice?" they asked was that the organization
o why the rate making rule should And now win you hush about of the United States, What a travesty! What an absurdity sponsor the event

? I Bradford County's corn won prizes at the South Florida not say in plain English that the your sinus trouble? at what last, are beginning and to realize racketour masquerading as law-!
a grand glorius
i still the cob.o railroads are entitled to make a Tampa Tribune. Then they would get busy im,
The on
Fair. corn was
tells school has turn-
The New Yorker a story public system
based costs of the and the
reasonable profit on --- telephone, conversation
-- that Is too good to keep: I ed out to be and they want some-
efficient operation, and that they LENDING would go something like this:
a Powell that modern girls do not need to "The mother ,of.. little Emily, aged' thing done about it, and now. WhatIs
Avery says are not entitled to earnings merelyto ? "Good morning, Mr. Jones. This
three does heil best to the with our public school
keep wrong
7 blush. Their mothers blush for them. preserve present structures If Wholly reckless of offending, Is the Woman's Club. I'm speaking .
viciousness of life away from her, system is not confined to anyone
overcapitalized. We have sworn to cease our lend- for Mrs. Montgomery Van De-
o but Emily had to be taken to a state, county or city-it is the
The committee voiced an estab- ing, vere, who asked me to call and explain
the fellow to family birthday party at heruncle's same all over. Too much money is
Times are so tough that it's hard for young lished truth when it said that the I I So heart-rending, never-ending, that we are giving a brilliant
lately and at the appropriate being spent for educational pur-
find a shoestring to begin business with. railroad system must be preserved: To the folks across the way, pageant at the Clubhouse next
kind of
I time cocktails appeared and, poses and not the right
i, "At the foundation of our sys- But we know full well tomorrow- Tuesday The tickets are only $1
---0- of were right over education at that.
course passed
t 11 ;" tem of communication la the rail Little Susle'll come to borrow, each and she has reserved six for
> Now is the time to get out the seed catalog and begin her head. Physically, not metaphorically The St. Petersburg Independent,
: road web. It Is the most Important And we'll let her, to our sorrow- your use. Shall I send them over
said she wanted in recent editorial the school
Emily a on
planning a garden that will look like the pictures. single element in our social Our resolve will turn to clay. and get your check now?"
states "Public schools :
and economic life. Both security: a drink, too. Everybody laughed, situation :
I o and the uncle said certainly she should not undertake the job of
and material welfare are Involved : "Say, Ma wants your Ice cream I And If the lady mentioned hap
c. Merrily we roll along-until March 1, the time for explaining I should have one and got her M being policeman, physician, nurse
In its continued efficient existence. freezer, pened to be a good customer of the
11 K to the judge about that old tag on the car The report continued: "Govern i small glass of orange juice. Emily and playmate to children. Thatis An' your clock an' lemon squeezer merchant called, which was usual
seized it happily and without comment stating the case much too mild-
ment policies should be freed of ly the case, the poor guy, afraid to
D and about to drink it ly. Children attending our public
either to favor or to We're Ebenezer offend her, would stammer ''aUright"
any purpose expectin'
The governor of Michigan has declared an eight-day off when her mother Intervened. schols today do not have to think
handicap any form of transportation An' his wife-they sent a card. and that was that. It is a
ceb ,' holiday for banks. As if they didn't have enough already. with relation to any other 'What do you say to uncle?' she for themselves; they are even pro- An' poor ma's all in a flutter beautiful racket, absolutely legiti
inquired in the polite tones of a vided with specialists-If they can
form. An' she wants some starch an' mate. The Woman's Club really
moher on sucK::1.occasions. 'Happy be called that-to teach them how
"Regulation should not attemptto butter did get a percentage, a small percentage
i Ripley tells about a man eighty-one years old and never 'run the business' of transportation. -I days!' said Emily, raising her to play; they are taught how to An' your silver-plate pit cutter and what the promotergot

hair. Of he retired from business before glass" brush their teeth; what diet they business. But
had a gray course It should concentrate on An' a bedspread an' Some lard. was nobody's
protecting the public against discrimination should have, and a thousand and just as a hint I might state that I
1928.. BY WAY OF REVIEW one other and more foolish things
R v and know who has cleaned
and extortion on With the spoils desired we'll one guy up
o that have no in the public
requiring the most efficient serviceat freight her, over $10,000 a year on this racket
j Floridians will never lack a topic for conversation as the lowest competitive cost. I If you make, any pretense of schools. The schools are attemptIng Adding nutmegs and a grater right.here In Florida and he's still

y long as our weather continues in its role of quick change Among the conclusions reached'. keeping up with "things literary"and to teach the children' what And the coffee percolator. going strong. And every dollar of
the of William should be taught at home,
as yet name they
it has from of
g by the committee was that unprofitable But in half an hour or so: come the pockets
1i artist. branch lines must be Faulkner means nothing to you, and seem to be forgetting all about "Say. Ma wants your carpet beater poor dumb merchants!
-0 other our advice is to go shopping or the fundamentals of any education .
abolished and replaced by An' your little coal-oil heater

: One writer hit the nail on the head when he said that forms of transportation. Some- borrowing Mr. Faulkner's at once.latest book arithmetic.reading, writing and a little An' some sody and saltpeterAn' Punta Gorda-New foolr at bas

thing more than a negative duty, con- bust o' Poe." ketball completed.
Edgar park
the fellow who needs a new deal! most is the one with a full tains such memorable phrases as: Of course it was to be expectedthat your
It found, devolves upon regulatory
his bare the wet the schools would receive less
"Against legs
house. bodies to( hasten replacing of los- We are such consistent loaners, NOTICEI
like strokes of as the depression continuedand
grass-blades were
t e ing lines by "alternate methods, They forget who are the owners,
I limber Icicles"; "Her were it is regrettable that the officials -
+ A food connoisseur has announced that he has eliminatedgarlic's such as motor transport service which I, like the button-eyes of a toy animal of this and other countiesdid To their friends they're often donors will be at the following named
can reander adequate on a
ordor. That's a mean trick to play on the joke basis in where :'' a quality beyond even hard- not trim expenses to meet the places on the dates mentioned
r profitable cases I Of our choicest things alack! therein for the purpose of receiving -
ners, without being hard";; "It Is condition which anyone with any
rail transportation can only oper- We have lent to them
j writers. so freelyIt tax returns for the year, 1933.
just dawn daylight: that gray and discernment at all could see in the
} r ate at a loss. does hurt our feelings, really, It is very important that all
o lonely suspension filled with the offing.
If1 r The automobile problem was described That they act so curt and steely parties owning taxable property

It gives a small degree of comfort when reading those :' as difficult, and the extra- peaceful birds." and tentative waking of else Schools, have,' got along to get with back everything to fun When our goods we'd borrow make returns, as the law requiresall

and South America to know that it ordinary flexibility of the auto- back!
dispatches from China Such combinations of words almost damentals and cut expenses to lands not returned by the owner
I I' mobile carrier both in movement -Taken from an old< paper agent, or occupant to be assessed
isn't really "war. suggest Mr. Faulkner is not meet present day needs. Hundredsof
and character of service was -o-- Unknown
writing-that he Is perhaps taking frills that do the children littleor
% o stressed. New River, Feb. 20, 9 o'clock am.
whatever and -
I dictation from some especially no good can
+ Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler is quoted as saying that the "Our studies clearly Indicate," gifted literary angel. should be eliminated at once. The r: .. till 12 o'clock.
the committee said, "that in some oo fiat to Brooker, Feb. 20 12 o'clock noon
i American press is sluggish. Some of it looks a little yellow States automotive vehicles do not counties, of course, can do very ,
around the gills, too.wi' bear their full burden of taxes. We Croos-Eyed Cut Throws Big little In cutting out foolish frills. 4 o'clock Feb p. m.
Graham 20, 4 o'clock p.
Zoo .Animals Into Turmoil The county school boards are tied C(9o
wi' o think they should pay the carryIng Boston, Feb. 14.-(Ins.)-Lions hand and foot by the state boardof elassif) m., till 6 o'clock p. m.

An exchange says that the difference between death charges and the cost of main- and pumas, tigers and snow leopard education, and must provide all By RUSSELL KAY Theressa Feb. 21, 12 o'clock
tenance of the highways they use
is that death docs not cent In the Lion House at Franklin of the foolish bunk that Is handed Secretary, Florid. I Pre. noon, till 2 o'clock p. m.
and taxes go up twenty per. every 'ind nlso their share of the general A.onanoe Hampton, Feb. 21, 2 o'clock p.
Park Zoo, have their "big moments" out to the pupils in order to meet
time the legislature meets tax:< load. these days the requirements of the state edu- My story last week about the m. till 5 o'clock p. m.
A study of the commission's report Feb. 23 1 o'clock m.
Lawtey, ,
o been These "big moments" come ev- cational board. clever little advertising shirt stuf-
what has
A good test for one who claims to be a student of the mown emphasizes for some time-that the ery time "a little cock-eyed kitten In some counties in Florida we fers some bird unloaded on Winter till Starke 5 o'clock Feb.p.25 m. all day
the rambles into understand the schools to be ,
1 From golf _links are Haven, brought me a nice letter
Bible is to ask him where the "tempering the wind to the railroads are facing a problem of the big house.: closed because, of an acute short from Mr. Oldham of the Jacksonville I urge all tax payers to make

shorn lamb" quotation comes from. readjustment that can be put must off Her arrival i Is.the signal for the age of finances, and while It is regrettable Chamber of Commerce. He returns, otherwise your lands will
C just so long, but eventually probably assessed unknown as the
big boys to go 'into action. The that any school must tells me they tried to pull the same ,
In a chang-
: We are living I Wainwright,
come. law N. D.
I tiger roars. His mate spats. The close it be idea to his town but thanksto requires.
who would I might a good little racket in ,
and those of
is We should be era, us
Texas now growing pink grapefruit. ing Tax Assessor.
lions to the end look
ourselves to It. kings on close them all over the state In the headwork and cooperationon
N able to work out a pun about hoping this will not start an survive must-0-adapt with scorn as the pumas sputter: such cases where finances have the part of the merchants and

', epidemic of pink-eye, but it would take time "AFRAID TO TALK" and snarL But It gets too excitingeven reached the state that school activities Chamber of Commerce, they didn't INSURE WITH

for a lion. So the "big four" cannot be carried' on with- get away with it. Gulf Life Insurance
r o
dart out with Walls of the
automobile accident occurrednear a roar. out going into debt.

The Tallahassee Democrat says that in China they send An here recently In which a hit- lion house shake. For a few minutes Instead of attempting to cut ex- It seems these trick advertising CompanyN.

women to prison for wearing scant apparel, but in Floridawe and-run driver apparently went the place Is a "mad house." penses along with other departments schemers kept hounding the Jacksonville D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

send them to the beaches to attract tourists. out of his way to keep up his bat of the state government, merchants until it was decided Local Representative'Will
ting average. The victim of the I think It terribly Ill-bred the state board of education wants that something would have

.p o smash-up Is believed to know who To scorn a cross-eyed tabby. more money and this money to be done about it. Almost every

They tell about an Alachua County hog that weighed 1500 the driver of the automobile was And animals should not be fed, should not be forthcoming. The other guy who walked into your

( pounds on the hoof was nine feet long and eight feet around but will not talk to police authori- Who'd dare to act so crabby.I'd schools might as well realize that place of business came to presentsome
ties about it. This business of being be dismayed if I should see they have had things a little too new way to get more for

M ; the middle. Wonder how many yards of sausage that would "afraid to talk" is accountablefor A poor strabismic kitty easy, and have had too much mon your advertising dollar, and boy!

be? much, of the lawlessness In our But I would not let on to herI ey to spend for a long time, and what a line these solicitors had.

u big cities. think it !is a pity. that the time has come to get downto They would back you up againstthe

o business, cut out expensive cash register and just naturally -
As an economy move, fraternities at the University of frills give the children of the statean talk the socks off you.

Florida may give up their house parties this spring. No of- education that will do them .

;! ficial statement has been issued saying how this informationwas Maybe You've I From Other PensThe some good, and reduce the state's They would put your ad on milk '

annual school bill about half. bottle caps, on psy envelopes, on Fire Rob You
received at theVoman's College.
was Another Item that is costing far rent receipts. Theatre tickets
s o Starke Telegraph prints too much in all the counties of the would carry your name; you could

A Columbia University professor has announced that af- editorial matter on the last page state l Is the transportation of children even get your picture painted on -- ,.. -- w-- -

while the Palmetto News uses the from various sections of the trash cans at only $3 per can. The rw....-...__ ..... r.dr
ter of research he finds that most newspaper readers .
years r- ,
first. The former evidenly believesIn counties to the schools. This, like poor merchants stammered and p- q..r I...

;i ]look at the left hand sheet first. Yes, we've noticed that Ha! The joke's on you. You saving the best to the last, most other activities In connection stuttered and hemmed and hawed, ::::;-::-_ _

P their comics that side. determined to with our alleged, educational but there was no stopping these ...
:E ;, most papers 'print on thought that automobiles would while the latter Is system .. -- ......
t : o -- adopt stream lines more and more hand out the best the first dash is carried to a foolish degree babies. They came down here to -...... ,4"0. a..

each year until they gradually be- out of the box.-Clrtus County here as well as elsewhere, and can spend the winter in Florida and M.d' -. .fly
One West Florida editor says he will take anything on came just one smooth curve from Chronicle. be considerably' curtailed, if not somebody had to pay their hotel -ADEQI.- -.run.. II'ISIiU

subscription except spinach and carrots. But carrots are front to rear Weu,.so did we. But o eliminated entirely Those eager bills and buy their grits.

r fine for cow feed. Times-Union. We havn't read the papers you'd better hang on to the ModelT FLOIUD.WONDERS for an education are going to get C. WALL
to school some way or other and So the merchants through the
it may be !In style again, beforeso INSURANCE
h g for a couple of weeks-has anyone discovered a use for spin- very long. Our State has its seven wonders it will not do much good to at- Chamber of Commerce, got their

I } How do we know Well, It seems and among the natural ones, the tempt to cram an education down, curly heads together and decided ST nKZ. FLORIDA ,

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