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 24, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01068
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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-- Market .Afore? Stale Money Farm Loan Facts Bicyclist Hopes Scout Troop Gets Growers Important'Will Questions Decide Make Final Plans \ ',,; 1.;' :

> Will Arrive Soon
rry For Good Winds

(Hits New Low; Superintendent For-County W. S. Cawthonthis Board Learned by Green; sunburned A huge specimen and-shirtless of'. aanhood, pedal-, Big Treat Tonight; An Important At, Meeting-meeting Tonight of the For Baseball Club J'jt: '

Growers' Association -
week notified A. .1. Orlffls led through streets of Starke Hear Dixon Bradford will County be held tonight (Fri-\ At Business Meet ; :; ,

Ripening Fast superintendent tion in Bradford of County public, that Instruc-, the Applications SoonDirector Wednesday tagged :New astride Port Richey a bicycle to Royal dRy o'clock.) at the courthouse at 7:30: ,, ,

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I board would soon receive more of the: association I
J. Grlffls secretary :
I II school Although the Loan "How long will It take you?" Fumed Naturalist Will Speak to Work Will Begin Soon On C'laylnlC' ,
money. of Crop Production has announced that the I
L Rt'dUFrlce For Picking amount was not 'announced It Is Office Supplies Informationto our Inquiring reporter shouted Troop on "Nature the Great Southern Produce Corporation Of Diamond and Building 11' It I
More Truck after him as be whined by on Grandstand ,,
nd racking I I estimated by Mr. Grlffls that Bradford RepresentativeCongressman Scout Teacher"The New York has sent him a contractor

Put On Road will receive between $9,000and the wing. I whichhe '
Fordhook lima beans, 'i; I
I "Eight days, U I don't have Starke Is definitely In the North. "
Is being Scout will
$10,000 since $2,000.000 R. A. Green of the 'local Boy Troop will present to members ot the I
market was In the the sIxty any hard luck and the wind Is be the receiving end'of a rare eastern Baseball League and Is In !
rhe berry distributed among Second; Florida District has been on association. The contract providesfor I
week as prices with rue" he replied, and ped there to stick, it was announced "
this Friday when Royal \
here treat night
counties. of the official beans and "
rums seven furnished a copy a fixed price: for the '
ht to the lowest levela ever The money will be sent to clear regulations governing the loaningof ailed blithesomely...on his way. Dixon, famous naturalist, will address the company furnishes the crates Monday at the Business Men's Club ij"l j,

thed for this time of the sea- up the loan made by the board the funds for crop production purposes It on "Nature, the Great I and does the packing. They want luncheon when final arrangement :
the week- made for entering the league ,4 ,
L warm weather over first of the year, and Mr. Griffla In 1933, under law approved --, Scout Teacher." sixty to 100 acres planted. were

f hastened the ripening of fruit thinks that there might be.* small i February 4, 1933. Mr. Green hadpreviously Farm I Mr. Dixon, who has been spendIng Members of the association are ; this season. This city had peeri'1\\'; (4

U the State with theIt State RoadIs at his lodge on ously given notice of Its Intention 'I II'to \
of several months
parts sum left over.Superintendent > requested that application reminded that if dues are not paid ir
I schedule j
and In the league' -
| of Hooding' \ the market Cawthon said I blanks be forwarded to farmers a seculded lake near Keystone before March 15 after that date participate !. "
the !
Jlnc It to new lows. another distribution would be In his own and other districtsin Heights, has consented to speak to the membership fee will be $3. but final provisions for t, ,
car and one freight after March 1 as the boys because his Interest In I team were not made until Monday. !
me express made as soon the State, as quickly as possible. Being Improved w '
Starke The team was organized when ,j.:
from and because -
shipped the Scout organization "
were practical.> The statement furnished the representative I
total freight .__ leading business men of the town 'f '
day. bringing the by D. C. McVay, nat- .f he feels that he can do a Theatre Opens. ,
6- ; shipments for the deal toward Instilling Interest gave assurance that they would ; .
press Production great
tional director of the Crop Crew of Thirty Convict Will Be club. Nat '
41,014 quarts. No accurate Court Upholds In and love of nature In the new support a It ,'
said :
Ik to Loan Office, part j
At Work Continuously of
Kept elected
for the Sternberg was president
obtained .
lures could be troop here.A ,
"Our field will designate -
-SCraper Bring Used Monday Night with W P. Smith vice- 4 : ;
truck, although It Is great part of Mr. Dixon's life the team, 1 ,
foment by in each county a competent
) 'p
II. C. secre-
and ,
would nature in president,
Lent that these figures has been spent studying '
Execution Law who will have applications '
person Convicts began work Monday on
week to wellr He Is ary-treasurer. a ,
for the different countries. a I
the total will assist the farmers In many
kig and who the State Farm road, and it Is attendedby J'
his travels llroadcanf With Radio meeting was 1 \\It
but Many
100,000 quarts. without native of Texas, Big '
cars filling out applications understood that a permanent crew tours have taken him Star Will Re Attraction W. P. (Duck) Weaver of Jack,3;' ;
six express and lecture t
Lawtey reports and of Prison Can Appoint charge. The loans will be passed of thirty men will be maintainedto of the sonville, loop president; M. A. ::\ i' q
of last week, Superintendent into little known parts Show Every Night I'f"
[ Thursday local committee -
ce upon by the county this of grade in good Gainesville $ tl\\
movement from there Is Sheriff to Pull Switch, keep piece earth, and have stored fascinating Bprulll, secretary of the r' .
of three ,
truck prominent
k consisting I
Derision Say condition.It which Is the entry, and Alan Mobley and Bill Q'Y.f!
adventures in his whichhe The Ritz Theatre,
at ten cars. the memory
Umated. citizens of the county, thatthla \
I Is generally recognized lewell, well-known ball players. ,1\\\
the first of the week drop- under bond to this delights in telling to his listeners new name for the old Gaiety, will .J ;
Trices field supervisor, needed 'fl
: Is of the most
of Florida's law providIng one Work will begin next week on J
$1.50 per crate Intie Validity be opened In fine style Monday '
u aa low as execution of criminals by department.. pieces of road construction In the The feature claying the baseball field, and ten.atlve -* I i ''
although there was for It Is this nature lover's belief night at 7:30 o'clock.
for ,t
Instances "All forms necessary State, but curtailment: of road Include the building ofa t r
Wednesday I electrocution has been upheld by that plants not only live and for the opening will be "The Dig plans
strengthening etc. '
light distribution of applications, its
ten berries were reported the state Supreme Court. building has J prevented' breathe, but that they also communicate Broadcast"1 with such wellknownradio small grandstand. Negotiations t i
been t
farmers have or- '
some the
It Is I Its constitutionality was attacked among hard surfaced. with each other and do star. as Bing Crosby, Kate lave been entered by the club officials I ;
[ling as high as $3.50. dered from the government printing However, In 'recent' 'months the .. with several outside players.although I J 1 .
J. W.
price by two condemned men, other things that seem almost Smith, Arthur Tracy, Donald Nova .
that the average to have many
ught office. It is necessary of the became so
condition grade have been signed I, }
farmer none ,
week would be ap- Buchanan: Taylor county human. Cab Calloway and the Mills '
the from the printer
of all forms reached
oughout some bad that an agreempnt was ;, .ti ,
agents, yet. j"l
of prohibition Brothers.
crate. slayer two After traversing the country
xlmately $2.35 per before we can start making officials and the ;
between :
prison Gainesville, St. Augustine Lake i L '
and Elvln E. JefTcoat. Pinellaa discoveredthe The theatre has been equippedwith
The meagre returns received by loans, as each loan requires a set State road department whereby a many times, Mr. Dixon Halle Cohen's. l If'' ''j I
berries have county hammer slayer of his wife. lakes around Keystone Heights Western Electric: Sound, andIs City, Palatka\ and 1'if
for their the application, work continuously or'i
owers of forms Including of will
crew men club have
Jacksonville already
Their contention was the superintendent would be ready'to give the people of this : \
here an
In some and decided that .
.essitated a reduction etc. We will distribute out' the bumps '
note Ii
mortgage on "smoothing ganized and are ready to start the 4 l ,
and of the state prison Is onlyan Ideal location for a winter home.It vicinity,the best In talking pic i "
.es, of the price for picking State that he the applications in all sections Their equipment Includes a scraper. season, which gets under way fl I 1 ,
of tures.
employee Interest '
general, it offered not only many J ,
eking. Though not of the United States prac- Monday morning eighteenmen .
reduced is neither an elected nor a commissioned Early ing variations In nature, but also A. S. Manaasa, manager of the April p, and runs through Septem- .:I' J '
reported that some to officer, and therefore cannot tically simultaneously. I assure began grading at the Starke and seclusion thatPriest's Rita announces that there will be ber 10. A split schedule will. be la ) ;,, : "
o regular price of 2c per quart you that there will be no delay end, and they have now reacheda the quietness effect. ,;r t: I ," ;
dele in the
legally throw the switch nor, necessary for him to put his discoveries night shows every night !
L-2c or Ic. I which we can avoid, In getting applications point opposite Green's dairy. The President Weaver was enthualaa- .l 1',
gate sheriff deputy to week except Sundays; matineeswill
In any or in The developersof
|Each week sees an Increase to the farmers. will be later Increased to writing. '
crew Starke's entry and : l' I
tic Monday over i
be held at 3:30 o'clock Monday
form the task. realized the value of :
; number of trucks hauling per-I "The administration of the loans thirty.It Keystone he believed the league will ] '
The Supreme Court held this astonishing man In and Wednesday afternoons; on Saturdays !f "
northern mart having
s from here to the duties of the will be through the field super. Is planned to keep the road their midst, and they him a I shows will be continuousfrom be much stronger than last summor ,'1 Ji'
Is readying,
Glen B. Searing visors working under the direction in such good condition that a speedof ,
the execution of death sentencesare lake the whichto 3:00: o'clock. i :f : ,
the road W. small near city on i
trucks to put on ? offices In various th.,1..ty'; mile. an '
ir legislative act, and of six regional twenty-five or A schedule: will be drawn up !
to provided by build his home. It is here that '
Miller has added two more parts of the country. These of- hour can be maintained without and presented to the variousmembers !
that he could appoint the. sheriff for several CHURCH CORRECTION
Mr. DIxon comes
f fleet, W. P. Smith put fices are field offices and matters any discomfort. at the next league meet- 1r.'IPlIoon : :
of the in which the crime !
operation, and Grlflfs and May county pertaining to loans in your State -S months each winter and for an occasional ,\: "

lia another. Thesew was committeed as executioner, or, summer visit. W. F. Jones, pastor of the Ing. _ ,
week purchased should be referred to the field office High School Debates _ ,
In the sheriff's absence, name a been wishes to correct
the total num- Numerous books have pub- Methodist Church ; '
additions bring duly authorized deputy sheriff to having Jurisdiction thereof.All Take Place Tonight lished by Mr. Dixon. Among them the announcement of the church SCHOLARSHIPS! OFFERED: ;
|r I to about twenty. offices follow the same principle .. "Il/'I/
are: ."The Human Side of Plants," page that Miss Harriet Raymondwill HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JI i \
act.Six of organization. '
Feb. 21.-Agreeable executive warrants have Large crowds are expected to attend "Signs Is Signs", "Forest Friends," speak at the evening services ) :
[ Plant City, for i
Florida applicants crop production
strawberry growers of this sec- been issued for the electrocution loans will file their applications -. the Interscholastic debates "Wlldwood Friends." They are all Sunday night. Regular services High school girls of Starke, and I" l ,j, r

ion was the Improvement In the of Buchanan, but each time he has with S. M. Thompson 6th' which take place tonight (Friday), of "Sings Is Signs," which la a collection will be held at this time.MEMORIAl. throughout Florida are to be given ,)\r, t"'l,I'

with berries escaped the chair through legal here and in Jacksonville, between of humorous negro stories.Mr. S the opporunlty to win a university "
arket here yesterday and B Streets, S. W. Washington,
at 4 1-2 strategy which has attached the Jacksonville high school debaters Dixon has expressed it as HKRVICF.HThe scholarship.Local t '
I art off In the morning of the regional
climbing as law. Jeffcoat was sentenced In D. C., manager and Starke high school debaters, his desire that not only the Scouts, teachers have just received 'l\\' ;
nts and gradually 1930. office in the district which includes the and else Starke Woodmen Circle will announcement of the 1933 National t'
The teams representing but their parents anyone
he day advanced to five and In and the two Carolinas 11rf'an
Florida, Georgia his lec their memorial services Meat Contest, In which 1
attend conduct
Bradford County High School have Interested in nature Story Ii' j Jf
[.me instances five and one-quar- Superintendent L. F. Chapman in the South Atlantic States. $
r cents. of the State Prison Farm, said -been under the direction of L. A. ture. for the late Anna Younblood Sun- the scholarships, together with other 11 j ,;

Strawberries flowed Into this he was under the Impression the T Gray principal. Preliminary ,teaming day afternoon, February 26, at the prizes, are offered to students
Blanks In two three W. O. W. hall at 2:30: o'clock. After writing the best essays. This concFj
English *
Loan was given
[lid-winter marketing point last Supreme Court action In the Buchanan Crop
lOc Store memorial services her mon- by the National ,
and four classes, but Principal the test l Is sponsored
eek at the rate of more than half and Jeffcoat cases did not affect
This WeekBlanks Gray has had charge of the debaters ument will be unveiled at Santa Live Stock and Meat Board, which ,
day the status of three other condemned
million pints a day every Ready since they were selected Will OpenSaturday Fe cemetery. Tho public Is In works closely with the U. S. Department ,f 'j'
kst week except Thursday when prisoners, and that each of
vited. of Agriculture <
less than a quarter. of a milon their appeals would have to be from the classes.Deadline ., '
pme universities, In.
upon which farmers may S ing colleges and :
pints were forwarded. The acted upon by the court. make application for crop loans Draws Near Priest's lOc Store will open Sat- BAPTIST furthering research and education ,

nlpments during last week total The other prisoners under death under the seed loan act, will be urday It was announced this week on the subject of livestock and t. '

M 2,931,581 pints of berries, ac sentence are Red Causey, Miami,, mailed out to Florida farmers before For Getting Auto Tags by Van H. Priest, owner. The store, Sunday school 10 a. m. A. J. meat. _

k>rding to express and freight fig slayer of a druggist during an at- the end of the week, accordingto next to Hollingsworth's shoe shop Thomas, supt. Attendance In- The contest, the tenth annual .'

res. One hundred and sixty-nine tempted hold-up new year's eve a Rep:R. A. Green, who took up A last warning Is being Issued has been repainted, and presentsan creasing. event of this kind, l la said to be attracting .

rs rolled out during the week. year ago; J. W. Larrimore, of Mar- the matter with Chief Thompsonof to motorists by Carl Johns, assistant attractive appearance, not only Worship at 11 a, m. and 7:30: p. wide attention throughout iY _

The movement for the season Ianna, slayer of a taxicab driver the seed loan division of the Department tag agent, that Tuesday Is the outside, but also Inside, where long ; the State on the part of girls _

rough last week was brought to and another man; and an Ocala of Agriculture. last day for purchasing that very counters, filled with many InterestIng m.B.. M. P. U. at 6.30: p. m. Good who are studying meat in their ,

2,299,471 pints of berries, moran negro. Representative Green said he had necessary automobile assessory. values, are displayed. Interest still shown. school work. Hundreds already .

two million pints In excess ot: received numerous requests from Sheriff W. J. Epperson has nothing Priest's lOc Stores are a Florida- Mid-week service Wednesday at have enrolled.

e movement last season through I farmers in his district for blanks to say on the subject outsideof owned chain Van H. Priest, "proprietor 7:30. Study of John's story of The contest closes March 15. It 1

tie 20th of February. Returns, State Press Association upon which to file loan applica the fact that he "would advise" living In Madison. Jesus. Read Jno. 4.31-54.: The cure will\. be judged by nationally known .

owever, through tha t date last Its Statement tions. The maximum loan a farmer motorists to get tags before March The Starke store will be under of the nobleman's son. home economics authorities. Last
ear to growers were nearly two Corrects the management of John F. Noegle.
may negotiate Is $300. 1. S year the chairman of the judging: ,,
undred thousand dollars more.
Hike of Year Swain, ."
First Miss
committee was
Last week's shipments were tea A telegram received here Wednesday FOR FARM FAMILY LIVING r'
PRESENT OUTLOOK of the American: Home ft'
president ,
red by the forwarding of a car from the Florida Press AssocIation Planned for flog Scouts if ,

C berries last Friday noon by RV. office In Tallahassee MANY VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS Economics Association. ,{

Burch, Inc., to Los Angeles,, stated that the list of attorney'sfees FURNISHES At a meeting of Scouts held last For purposes of competition, the \ fol..
Is divided Into districts
'ahf. This car, It was said, was paid by the liquidator of the FOR MAKING BOTH ENDS MEET DURING YEAR Friday, plans were made for the United, Florida States being in the southern J J',

he first solid car of berries ever Bradford County Bank, publishedIn first hike of the year. This hike Winners In each ". ,

o leave this winter strawberry I last week's paper, should have the will start from Scoutmaster R. D.card's district. dls'f!
report of a joint In 1931. have, greatly decreased since trict are awarded university scholarships ,I I
ipltal for westward across of E. M.: Johns The following ,
a trip Included the names home at 9 a. m. Saturday ,
In view of: !'
months of 1930 Last ,
from the Bureau of Prospect for 1933: early and other prizes. year
he continent to the Pacific coast J. L. Frazee. committee cubs or Scouts
and 25th. All boys, "
industrial Feb. '
the Bureau of Income from farm production for the general reductlln In two Florida girls were winners In '
n the crate of Home
also 24
car was a attend the meeting if Feb.
ad- Economics, and the 1933, assuming approximately normal employment and wages. It would who the southern district, Miss Edith

ellophane-wrapped ressed to Will Rogers berries personally AT TilE STARKE HOTEL Agriculture Extension Service of the United crop conditions and some Improvement appear that In most sections of: at 7 o'clock at the armory will be Lorraine Duncan of South Jacksonville 1'1 I,

"he Department of Agriculture In business, is not likelyto the United States, persons living on eligible.All and Miss Mary Martha
to arrive States
car scheduled shoesor
Los Recent guests at the Starke the outlook for farm family lIv- be materially different from farms will probably not earn boys must wear Frazier of Tltullv! le.
Angeles this morning. oa :
Hotel Included: Mr. and Mrs. Louis United States is of Interestto what it was In 1932. This estimate enough In Industries other than ag boots and leggings are recommended S -
ther to In '
cars rolled the same day fo Keller. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wool- Florida aa well as other states: does not, of course, take Into griculture In 1933, to change materially or heavy roll stockings. TRtCK OWNERS MEET 1

luely separated points one Essex Hills, N. J.; Dr. and left account which mightbe the economic status of: Each boy Is to bring sufficient IN TMP'NF.XT WEEK. ,
sey. Income change
of farm
an Antonio, Texas, and the otheror The balance any last him for the day. Remember 1 t r1
Mrs. James Lutz. Louisville, Ky.; about by legislation. their families, unless there Is a lunch to .1
for the operator's capital brought
Portland to a return
addition as
Maine In
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Esklns, Charleston labor and management for the Incomes received by farm families marked revival In business activityin the hike starts promptlyat A meeting of private truck own- Jt

eastern points.MARRIAGE Rodenheaver. Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. : 1929 1566 In 1930, 342 In 1931, and have likewise been greatly The effort of farm families to increase Dr. W. E. Mlddleton gave a abort 27, In Tampa. It will be a day of

Ella Matchell, Newark. N. J.J; Mr. undoubtedly declined to a still low reduced. Eleven percent of the I their cash Incomes through talk on tourniquets at the last organization and discussion of

LICENSESThe and Mrs. Ralph Gait and two children er level In 1932. There has been men and boys and 37 percent.of : increasing production of food and meeting that was very Instructiveand prospective legislation concerning-

Boulder Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. considerable variation In the I the women >and girls living on i textile products In forms ImmedIately Interesting. Other short talks trucks In next legislature.The .

following marriage licenses W. E. Scott. Chicago, IlL; Mr. Geo In nettarm Income In different farms and reporting gainful occupations available.. for consumer use are planned for each meeting.The following subjects will be*

'ere Issued this week by County Scribner New York City; Mr. and changes parts of the United States. were engaged in Industries to be sold at roadside stands and Starke troop expects to organize discussed: Overloading; Our state

udge E. K. Ferryman: Mrs. A. C. Janis, Atlanta Ga.; Mr. Income from agriculture declined 'other than ,agriculture In through farm women's marketing a basketball team next Roads; Truck Fees and License*

Hal C. Batey, Jr., and Margaret and Mrs. R. C. Perkins Mr. David Gross from $11,850,000,000 In 1929, April, 1930. Home-making Is not organizations and other agencieswill meeting to play a Jacksonville Taxes; Itinerant Peddlers; Motor

,ay Smith. Perkins, Budlngton, Vt; Mr. Carl $6.953,000,000: In 1931, and to Included abong the gainful occupations undoubtedly continue throughout I troop, and all members are urgedto Vehicle. Accessories and Their

Russell Redding and Geneva Anderson Princess Ann, Md.; Mr. to about $5,240,000,000: In 1932. The by the Bureau of the Census, the coming year. The use of: be at this meeting. Taxes; Dealers In This Fight and 1 1S

'askins.J. Rachel, Miss Scouts and six cubs
and Mrs. Russell decrease from 1931 to 1932 but Is treated separately census different forms or barter to increase Thirty-three the Public.
T. Eldrtege and Clarence Dorothy Hachell, Mapleton N. J.; real income Is reported are now enrolled aa active mem '
These The earnings of the large
amounted to 25: percent. figures reports.) ;i M'
N. I.
usie Prevatt.W. Woods, Wilmington, BIRTHS :
Mr. Joe relate to Income from farm number of persons living on farms from many sections of the coun- bers.Again _
H. Hatcher and Zelma Benson and Peterson, request all public spirited -
C.; Messrs. each including the and receiving Incomes from other try, and I. likely to continue. we
flight Mass. Mr. A. J. Keith, production year citizens to cooperate with us Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby. __
Belmont, ; Retail Prices Decline:
the value Industries at that time, were large
Mrs.. L. J. Lauder- value of products plus Scouts odd jobs. Brookcr, boy, February 18.
Yorktown. Va.; certain Retail prices paid by farmers in giving needy I I
of retained for use in enough to certain regions
products Williams,
and and Mrs. John
NOTED Philadelphia Pa.; Mr. Come to our meetings and get Mr.
MINISTER HERB back, fur commodities bought fok-: family
In to Important supple-
the farm. home. Reductions expenditures provide an 22.
Mrs. Charles Sylvester, Toronto, maintenance 'continued to declineIn acquainted 'and enjoy the pro- Starke, girl, February
Los for the farm business ment to family Income when pooled ] and Mrs. C. A. Crosby.Starke .
Rev. George Many, noted Phllaelphia Canada; Mrs. Florence Beard. available 1932. The index dropped from grams. If your boy Isn't a Scout Mr. _
reductions with Income
as '
not great money
1932 as 23.
la were
minister, will preach the Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. G 121 of the 1910-1914 aver- bring him or send him to our next girl. February
ate Woodstock Ohio; Major in gross Income, and hen e from the farm.Increased. percent Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. D ese, Maxvllle _
lornlng and evening services IL Rowe, meeting.
of Barter
and Mrs. James Whittier, Baltimore net Income from farming was more Use R. D. Card Scoutmaster. girl I. February.: 23.
Presbyterian Church this Sun than 23: percent lower In 1932 than Opportunities for such earnings (Continued on page S.) ..
a,. Md.

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1 Springs, and :Miss Elizabeth Har- visiting in Starke and Hampton their home.B. and the way in which the school The baccalaureate. rrnoll-"':

; i HAMPTON I nage of Hellbronn were visiting Saturday.Mr. LA W'TEY has been conducted during the preached at the Ba?, .,
Miss Audrey and Vesta McRae and Mrs. J. P. Roberts and D. Harrell and Fernie Spiresof I term were heard throughout the here last Sunday t b\ 'III
MI.. Ad. Nlramo. Cor. Friday afternoon.Rev. Miss Leecy Fogg attended the Lake Butler, were visitors here O. J. Phillips Cor. building.The Taylor of Hamptonwas
C. A. Crosby and daughter, baccalaureate sermon in Brooker Sunday morning and also were at business meeting of the P. "The Book." (

i ) 'Mrs. C. E. Harper and Mrs. Paul Evelyn, and Miss Lillian Kelly and Sunday afternoon.Mrs. the State Farm. Lodge Holds Open House T. A. opened with, a number of P. attended. The tbre 4'! 1"1

i Mast were visiting In Ocala last brother, J. P., and Miss Veraella J. A. Graves is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lutkans of The Masonic Lodge of this city T. A. songs, after which several were sung by the oh vttt;

> :Monday.We Lewis attended. church at Brooker relatives in South Florida.Mr. Hamilton Ohio, were here last Tuesday evening held an open business matters on hand were disposed Know" the Bible is

are sorry to report that Mr. Sunday. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and week on a visit with friends at the house meeting at their recently of, and plans were made for Best, and "Smile

John Nlmmo Is very 111 at this Remember B. Y. P. U. every Sun- family of Waldo, were visiting Mr. State Farm and spent most of completed lodge rooms in the city summer activities of the associa Mr. and Mrs. L B .os(..,

II'' writing. We all wish him a speedy day night; prayer meeting on Wed- and Mrs. H. D. Wasdln Sunday.We their time at the home of Dan hall building.A tion. Mrs. Q. E. McGauley was! the proud parents of oahJ b t

Vi' recovery. nesday night. are sorry to lose Miss Mat- Knlzer an old friend from Ohio, crowd which filled the beauti- appointed chairman In charge of I born Saturday, ,Februaru.

V f Miss Hilda Durclen. who has Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof tie Norman, who is closing a very who lives at the State Farm. Mr. fully decorated lodge room to over- the summer round-up of pre-school I Mrs R. B. RaulersoT, nUr!\ ,

been visiting relatives in Monti- Jacksonville spent the week-end successful term of school here Fri- and Mrs. Lutkhans stopped hereIn flowing, heard prominent :Masonic children to Insure a more efficient! daughter of Okeechobee, f

clllo, returned to her home here. here with relatives. day. Raiford and spent a while at officials speak on Free and Accepted primary grade for next term aa! spending some time here WIIb I

Mrs. O. l. Harrison was trans -- Alvarez rooming house. Masonry, including Grand :Mas- far as the health of those entering ; parents, Mr. and Mrg

acting business In Starke last Sat- Mrs. T. S. Espy was in Jackson- ter J. S. B. Moyer of Jacksonville; school Is concerned, all members Gainey.

e urday. Gum Branch RAIFORD ville over the week-end as the Past Grand Master Wallace R. realizing that many defects can be -5-' r

x Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater guest of friends and relatives, and Cheeves of Newberry and Rev. F. cured if brought to the parents' attention Great interest is expressed

was visiting friends here last Sun Elizabeth Harnago', Cor. Red Kerce Cor. returned here Monday. M. Taylor of Hampton. Speakerswere in time. Roosevelt's plan for prove .

i ; introduced by Past Master A. Plans were also made for an Jobs., It is to be a huge
Ruth Williams who Is a Raymond Edwards Dies Ralford School Term Ends This H. Harley of this city. After the oyster supper to be given by the ment, and is expected tc<, give expo rl
I member of the school faculty in Movement Reaches New Mark Week addresses, the ladles of the Eastern P. T. A. at the school house on ployment to 200,000 men ,

Rising spent the week-end here. Raymond Edwards, twelve-year. Well, the weather is back to its The pupils who have, to take Star served a chicken pilau supper. commencement, night, Thursday.Feb. Tennessee Valley alone la <
old son of Mr. and Mm. II. L. Ed- normal standing of a few weeks 23. It Is it {,
Y Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden of .examinations are very busy hoped that a gen- eludes: Reforestation,
Postal OfficeThe :
,w Montlcello, were week-end guestsof wards of this section died at the ago only a little warmer, which I answering questions seeking a I Postal Telegraph, and Cable erous crowd will attend this sup- flood control basins, reclalllaU creation i

d Mr. Durden's parents. Mr. and Gill Hospital Wednesday wounds morningof sustained makes strawberries ripen while promotion. They have been very i Company, Tuesday opened officesin per as oysters always seem to be : of fertile bottom lands 'or ,
last week from agncu
:Mrs. A. A. Durden. you watch them. busy for the past few weeks reviewing the bank building here in chargeof quite an attraction.The 'turn use, etc. Mr. Roosevelt
i Rev. O. B. McGauley will preachat when a shotgun he fired.was carry- Four hundred crates moved from and oiling their mental J. C. Gatewood of Homestead, meeting adjourned after lieves that the entire project b bt J
the Baptist Church next Sunday Ing was accidentally here Monday( by express and carlot machinery. These examinationshelp awarding the attendance banner to be self-sustaining and 111
The funeral which held as manager to serve the straw- :an be
was! i
morning and evening. shipments or an equal to 12,800 them to locate themselves the season.( Mrs. Myers' room, grades; three and nanced through bonds.
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan is visiting Thursday afternoon was conducted quarts on that day. mentally.The berry shippers during four, for the fourth time this)

relatives In Theressa this week. by Rev. Crosby at the Conner .Large pick days are expectedfor eighth grade pupils are anx- Mrs. Harrell EntertainsMrs. The next meeting is term.//

' Mrs. E. A. Blrt if Alachua Is Cemetery. the remainlnder of the week, ious to end their grammar school J. L. Harrell entertained July 12th. Steel Production mere

1 '. I visiting relatives here this week. Pallbearers were: Willard Al- as well as for the rest of the season career and begin! as "rats" after the ladies of the Baptist W. M. U. Manufacturers feel turn tor bt
varez, J. C. and Eldon Sapp, Rob- at her home afternoon.The ter has taken place.
providing that the Tuesday
The P. T. A. will give an oyster their vacation Is over. Several Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch, Misses
ert Greene and Clarence and Cor
and baked chicken supper at the favorable. pupils will be busy after school meeting was presided over by Edna and Eleanor Harrison of
nellus Moore.He There Is one thing that the the president Mrs. T. J. Terry. Mexican crop outlook btttj
school auditorium March 3 for the closes helping their parents while Hampton, attended the baccalau-
benefit of the school. Everybody leaves to mourn, a father and pickers and packers of the com- other pupils may be Idle, and they After business discussion, dainty reate here than last year, as is retail tral-
sermon Sunday.
mother Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed- Outlook
:la Invited to attend. munity are to be thankful for that can make good use of their leisure refreshments were served. slightly Improved In h
1 wards; three brothers Harvey, that the Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and dia. Bolivian and Cuban
We are glad to report that Mrs. Is price for picking and moments. School will close tonightand iltuat
Charlie and J. B. Edwards five f. children and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. unfavorable.
O. Haynes who underwent an operation ; packing Is the same even thoughthe I this has been a much enjoyed Mrs. R. Jones was transact- In most ':-ounti
i In Valdosta: Ga.( Is Improving Bisters, Mrs. Marion Browning, of returns are low at this time. term for most of the students of ing business in Starke Tuesday af Mintz of Jacksonville, spent Sunday abroad there has been little chang
RalforO; Mrs. Tate Alvarez, of and Monday here with her in direction
nicely and will return At this writing the average price the school. ternoon.Mr. any of late.
I Starke; Elvia, Alice and Jewel Ed- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey.
home soon.BOOTSEY'S. for 32-quart crates Is two dollars Several has been neces- and Mrs. M. F. Brown of
wards of Starke. and cents. changes visitors here Tues- The farmers here are busy pick- Dunnellon Local
seventy Tampa were Seabouj
$ 1. sary, and a new teacher was addedto ing strawberries. !
After all many growers say that freight office beta repaired
the but In
faculty, as general day.Dr.
F r..' Mr. and Mrs. N. Bradley and the cold snap of some weeks back smoothly and Mrs. J. H. Carradine
BEACH children of Jacksonville spent the everything has gone along llttttJ: : : A Liu t .. :>ANI A CLAUS
was a help to growers as well as and this has ended as one of the and son, Lee, of Orange Park, were !

R I.. Ca.bln.. Cor. week-end here with her parents, a knock to them for the first few best terms of school that Raiford visitors here Monday afternoon. _ __
i ir Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey.
days. has in Mrs. H. M. Snyder and Misses
experienced many years.
Mrs. L. L. Conner and daugh-
Enza and Kathleen Blanchard
'. KeddlngGaaklnnMiss ters, Edna Conner and Edith Hutchinson Mrs. J. C. Jones returned to her shopping In Jacksonville Tuesday ;;: :
The and .
small of
f Geneva and son Mrs. f-.d. W d ST
Gaskins Mr. I
were visiting Mrs. W. R.
home here
to her and husband .
join son the afternoon.For :
Joe 111 for
Cason here has been II IIAN'
Russell I
here Redding Saturday were night quietly at married 7:30: day Kersey afternoon.and Gladys Keene Satur- after a two month's absence past few days, but shows a slight the benefit of the growersof LTf d.J rn, rr1At C1 '(jj/N(.
due to that she has
an operation sweet corn for shipment to the
"F at the home of the Improvement.Curtis TLj. I/o"/ rutaD
bride's mother, Miss Audrey McRae of Rising ) AxDSAN7Y
She returned
y undergone recently. eastern markets, we wish to ad-
Rosier left for Jackson-
:Mrs. Jean Gaskins. Rev. D. L. Phil and
spent Saturday night Sunday ,
1 lips of Woodlawn officiated. This with Misses Elizabeth and here Tuesday from New Smyrna, ville last week to accept a position vise that we have been unable up Just wilArYotJ c AAV@Idlrs ,4
Harnage where she has been for two
V weeks the to the present time to obtain any !
with of taxi cab
one companiesof WANT
have friends Doris .
:young couple many Kersey.Mr. with her sister Mrs. Burla Farnell
throughout the who wish Felix made business that city. His wife and, familyare information concerning railroad
county Sapp a after being removed from the hos rates. J
1, them a happy marriage. trip to Graham Saturday. expected move as soon as I III
pital. Mrs. Jones shows great Improvement Mr. Rosier gets located. Mrs. G. Q. Norton and Miss Beatrice
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of .
and we are all glad that Miner were shopping in Jack-
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt was in Lulu Sun-
she is able to be back with
us as sonville Saturday.Mr. .
Wade Gasklns of day afternoon calling on friends.
Woodlawn spent DOUBLE RUN well as back with her family. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and sons
w ; the week-end here the guests of Miss Doris Andrews of Lake II
Miss Hazel
enter- of
Higginbotham Lakeland
were visiting
Butler came here to make
ii their Mrs. Monday
,, mother Jean Gasklns. MlM 110... Brown Cur tained a few of her school chums here Sunday.L. .
Mrs. Margaret Norman her home for a while with her
epent with a weiner roast at the home of brother and H. Hill was a business visitorto
and work
the week-end at family,
Raiford the
guestof Russell and Millie Judd of this her parents here last Tuesday eve- Starke Wednesday.
through the coming
daughter, Mrs. Ellie Thorn-
section attended church at Long ning. season. .

ton.Mr.( Bridge Sunday.Mr. William E. Hardin and "Buck-
C. E. Crawford made a business
Ernest Wilmot was a visi- Wreck Causes Painful Bruises to
) Smith of Palatka were here last BROOKER 1
trip to Jacksonville
Saturday tor In Plant City last week. Local FolksA
_cal_ afternoon and while there purchased Mr. J. C. Simmons of Gaines- week on business. Mr. Hardin
4 d a Ford roadster. car in which Mr. and Mrs. Ira owns a clothing store in that place. 1111. Vera Gainer, Cor.
was visiting In this sectionone
4 ;; Mrs. Sallla Blackwelder spent day last week. Young, and also Mr. Young's par- Mr. and Mrs." .Alvin Kite of Lake

1 the week-end at Starke, the guest Mr. and Mrs. R. A.' Griffis, of ents were riding, driven .by Ira, Butler have moved to our com- P. T. A. Meeting and School
?, of her son, Aaron Blackwelder and was completely demolished whenit munity on one of his father's places Exhibit
Lawtey were guests of Mr. and
family.Mr. Mrs. struck a wagon and horse on the and will do general and some The last regular monthly meet-
Lacy Rigdon Saturday.
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford, Little Miss Doris Brown is on I Lake City-Lake Butler highway truck farming. Their place is ing of this school term was held by 1r

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Quinn, Mrs. J. the sick list this week. We wish last Monday as they were return- about two miles from the town of the Brooker P. T. A. on the after-

L. Gaakins! and Miss Frankie Lou her a speedy Ing from a week-end visit with Raiford. We_ welcome Mr. and noon of Wednesday February 8th.
Murrhee attended Church at Union recovery. | relatives in Georgia. Mrs. Kite and wish them all the Instead of the usual program by W4TJ7wgYs
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l: Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Young, the older of the luck In their new home here. the school children those present : i

Monroe Garrett of Jackson- two ladles was reported to be In Everett Hewitt of Worthington enjoyed a visit from room to room

.vllle, was a visitor here Friday GRAHAM a serious condition at the first Springs was her on business Sat- to see an interesting exhibit of

I. :night. hearing from her where she was urday and visiting his brother the work done by the pupils of

;' Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and MI.. Ellen Johaaon, Cor taken to a Lake City hospital, but Ernest Heweltt. each grade during the school term.

daughters, spent Saturday nightAt later reports reveal that she is An especially Interested group lingered -

Highland, the guest of his parents Mrs. T. P. Wadsworth of Hampton some Improved and Is hoped to be Oil-Ability of California oil In- in the laboratory, where I

I Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Norman.Mr. Saturday was visiting Mrs. back at her home soon. dustry to stave off price collapse Professor Maxwell had his science I II

t and Mrs. G C. Sapp of Rai- H. M. Wasdin, who has been very Ira Young is a barber here. His this year. In spite of internal strain classes set up a number of experi I,

lord were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. sick this week. 'father is an employee of the Florida and breakdown In mldcontlnent ments. Favorable comments regarding .J

M. Reddish Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F M. Griffin were i State Farm, where they make I markets, source of much comment. the work on exhibition -From te, Uiii>l>liu titan ) taixnumui Jffol |

t 1 'r E. J. Roberts of Lawtey. spent -

1 '. p Mrs.Monday R. N.here Crawford.Mrs. the guest. of Mr. and'I TIIE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L.' F. Van Zelm |

Mary Reddish returned here
j to the home of her son, W. M.
Reddish after spending the past ttily j JSttSS toowET THE AIRS foufc THIN ; -

T few weeks at Ralford. BArk SEEN HER I ISEFORe
'' '
Mr. F. A. Roilrr ('or. I 7

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and / S

k.. -children were visitors to Starke NOED c
Saturday afternoon. HAVING \ HOW THE nrjTjTnMEVMUl ,
Robert Crawford spent Satur- .HEROES IN THE MOVIES ?

,, day night with Wilmot and Alzle GREET! THEIR LADYLOVES
Crawford.J. CHEW Cut
Q. Rosier was a visitor to J.P.CCriNEOUttLEADING 'DBACCO4WEET I

Lake Butler Saturday. BANKER HAS -M & JJIC'f '

I Russell Raulerson spent the ADOPTED A OMU.AR' ,

4'- week-end with his parents, Mr. and <, VIE WHEN GREETING

?l r Mrs. John Raulerson at Ralford. CORA COSMETIC t "'t'4E iflhi ly m ulnij'inlMJi ur
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i Mr. II. M. Mrllae, Cor.
-' DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManuM

Mr and Mrs. Rufus Crosby and

children:Theressa were Sunday.visiting relatives at "MAMA. ,,, .rv THE "MOVIES SAW I A WHAT ALL "H' ? FOR VOuR OWN 1 MAMA THE SHIP IS READY
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott and LAO>.r JUMP PROri A OIQ GOAT INTO I ;* COMFORT, DID Voo SEE DANGER .
children and Mrs. E. J. Levins attended TMt OCEAN' AND SN' MAD A J
1"yin the birthday dinner at tho YES, DUTYOtJRE

home of Mrs. Mary Mott at Hell- NOT GOING TO

f bronn Sunday. It was Mrs, ;Mott's HUH SEE MIMe

4i 78th birthday. I," FIXINR UPA

+, Mrs. L. K.: Haltiwanger and ft'tr, sHla r
sons, H. L. and B. L. Haltlwanger

and families, all of Jacksonville

., were visiting at H. :'1:. McRae's
Friday. -
r { I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby attended -
y 1 church at Wateroak Sunday j

s.4' and were dinner guests of Mr. 4 Is I
and Mrs. Frank Norman.

+ i D. M. and B. M. McRao motored

+r to Waldo Saturday night visit

ing: Mr and Mrs. E. J. McRae. I

q' Mills Alice Edwards of llellbronn
;LL I.. section was visiting her slater Mrs. I I if/i/

r{ Tate Alvarez Saturday. ,

; ''v Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner of

Wateroak spent Saturday night

with Mrs. Conner's parents, Mr.
'it and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. .
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CLASS NGLED CLUES yuh blind fool ?" Holllater demand ; I

ed. "That Creek'd a taken him to> I)
Genevieve (By Lester Austin.) camp." ''i
1IoS. JOURNAL, lowing song for > "No Creek didn't ride him out- I \
(Tune-"I'm : (Conclusion.) you didn't see a Indian on im, did : "
Now the time found a silent group of yuh boas'" :I

must say cowboys, emerging "Didn't see th' hOBS, hardly; jus I :
front of the Bar
We'll always a glimpse," Reed said. "But yuh 1
Editor-in-Chief SENIOR NEWS MRS. BOREE'S SIXTII GRADE MADAM CL.AIR dear old '. bunkhouse, lined know clanged well th' red that l '
( HOPE HATNESManaging -- Our truest supporting a rough cof- bumped Hal off rode that hails outs :
Editor Tli3: seniors have at last sent off We studied last week one of (A tragedy by A. W. Anderson, ways for proceeded around and there!" I :$ ', ."
ROBINSON Uio order for their invitations aft Jean Carol's best known corral with their bur- One of the 1 1
ELDREDGE paintings Jr., ninth English.) In the boys had led the l.11; ,
? Mscnsatcg( It for over a month. "The Dance of the Nymphs." Madam Glair*U based on ballad years a gaping opening had horse up."That's. :
Exchange Editor T-3: Ic-.ltatlons will be here some- Below several of ways try, In the yellow earth. In l '
are our best of "The Wife of Usher's Well." Hal's, or I'm a bronco- I !
ABBIE HARLEY t'.ms! : within the next month, so compositions about this picture: Characters: Our very best silence the coffin was low- bustin' liar!I" Reed ejaculated. ,
locli out pocketbooks! standards the opening and two boys 1 I
Literary Editor Madam "Look at that mud all
Clair (Madam Cla.) over hlm:1:1
We are very glad to have Bee The Dance of the You have held a with the shovels. In :
LUCILLE EDWARDS NumphsThe Mother of three sons. that's wot made him look so dark." ,I t
Editor Johns back to school with us after Dance of the Nymphs was Thomas (Thos.) oldest son. and we'll only an oblong square of "Yeah," Jim persisted, "an' yuh .'

JOHN Sports INMAN having the "flu"-hope no one else I painted by Jean Carot. Carot was Douglas (Doug.) Our school remained as evidence don't see no sign of any rider on \

catches it.Beginning. born In Paris in 1798. He had the Adler (Ad!.) Mother's pet and their joys catastrophe> of the him since he tripped In th' mud, d...
Society Editor next week a charac- : mind of a poet and a musician. He youngest son. We've found you?-see, th' mud's all dried '
JOYCE MAST teristic sketch of each senior will was very old when he found out James, servant. And after all to get on the trail of that right there; none rubbed off." t

Class Reporters be given, including where born that he was suited to painting. Messenger. We've met with ," Holllster announc- "Beginnln t' look like th' kid's "
when born, likes, and dislikes, etc. When finished a scantly morn- Reed {\ :.
62th Grade, Jennie Dunn he moved to Fountalneb- Company. right admitted, reluctantly. : '
|Ith Grade Bunnle Canova, What Would Happen' leau Forest he was Inspired to Small orchestra of a piano, vio All these happy a few minutes later. "But how'd that Indian get .
I Marjorie Stump Carol came to school one weekin paint this picture. In the picturethe lin and trumpet.Act us mean bringln down outa there Jim ," ;. I 'I

loth Grade, Louise Snyder9th succession? trees are similar to the ones One-Scene One. Strengthening whole tribe on the Staked Well. In th' first place, they .:. r \\1
Seniors missed Chemistry for a that on the new. he belonged t' them, but wasn't Indian '" I
Grade, Hazel Lennon : were in Fountalnebleau For- Place-la a small room no .JIm said nonchalantly '
Joke Editors class meeting? est. He imagined that early one furnished. Three traveling bags.richly We'll always "But wait-follow me!I'. ry' "., j ,
:MORGAN. The Hampton bus was punctual'Lucille ?/' morning he saw the nymphs come Characters memory later eight horses With that he mounted, whirled <"
CLYDE -Madam Clair her '
didn't study? out and dance on the dewy grass. three sons and two neighbors, who Dear Bradford, the and led around to the back toward the creek, and swallowed 'f
bunkhouse where
He died In 1875.: wind. The others followed .1 t I
FOR STATE are sitting on the sofa. Madam
ITESTANTS with wide belts
VuisCIIOLASTIO CONTEST SEVENTH GRADE NEWS -Jewett Fogg. Clair, and sons are sitting on with the weight of a ca- and at the within five minutes were back .1. '
scene of their comrade'sdeath. '
L following-high school" stu- We are very glad to have a :new The Dance of the Nymphs chairs. Soft(Open music.curtain.) Harry Tyson: cartridge. Then in supply a cloud began of r.!,' ,

L have the honor of representour pupil Phillip Manassa from At- >' "The Dance of the Nymphs. Madam Cla.: "My sons I shall Lillian, c-c-can disappeared behind the "No Creek? Reed painted, :
school In the state lanta, GaRoewell. was Jean Carol's most favorite miss you.." (Puts handkerchief to h-h-half an hour mounting. "What th' --did dls't'j; 't'j
high utes - /' mean then when he said. 'A i
Noegel was absent painting. He was born in 1796. He ), "This is
lests to be held in section three eyes a dangerous mission \ at the door a mo "
Five Oak, March 11. Thursday and Friday of last week. died In 187S: at the age of 79. the king Is sending you on." they had gone. He was boys; let's get 1m'? t
He moved to the Forest of Foun- Mrs. Wall: "If "They' more kind of bucks than !
gebra: Blake Jackson Keef- Markley Hornsby was absent Thos.: "Now, now, mother. Don't his own gun belt. "
1 Harrell; alternates, James Monday. talnbleau, where he painted his fear for us. We're coming back." baseball player don't that just beat-!" Indian bucks '"Jim said. "What i E
call this
Le. Audrey Carlisle. Beatrice Mosley visited Betty first picture "The Dance of the Doug.: "Yes, yes, mother Thomas good musician. "LeuvlrT b'fore I you and ?/ lie walked over
hne Geometry: Marjorie Brown of Jacksonville Sunday. Nymphs. is right. You musn't fear for Hope Haynes: time to get m' own boss! pulled a half-buried buck deer ( ( i
He used does that make? out of the mud. lie had seen It {,
[ Tison; alternates Billy Long went to Jacksonville bright in his us. reckon they needed
Harry before.
'a.p Rhame. Dorothy Swanbom. Saturday. paintings. He> loved to paint pictures Adl.; "No, dear mother don't Mrs. Wall: ," he muttered as he "A. F
story IV: Gratton Cooper, What" Would Happen If! of early morning scenes worry your dear self about us." when he reaches the corral. Reed gasped. "Yuh
reckon '
ted Morgan; alternates, Har- Virginia didn't pause? when the dew was on the grass and Madam Cla.: "Dear Adler my sleek roan mare saddled he meant a buck deer?/- j
Morgan, Lucille Edwards. Robert Jackson didn't want to everything was quiet sweet son, I fear for you. Do be Miss the corral gate and, say Jim, how c'd Hal"killed a deer o I {
an' him
I shot
IV: Mildred Morgan, read something In front of class/' Fairies are shown\ In the picture. careful." Larson have / Into the saddle, headed ?
gUsh "
Morgan; alternates, Lu- Coach gave a hard physiology The trees are moving their leaves Thos. (glancing at ancient pen Miss : about a mile below. "He shot the deer. first, Jim I W "
Jnon test? about. The original painting of 'dulum they're his own ; explained, "An' then- -you remem
clock) "Come
Edwards, Hope Haynes. : brothers we he recounted the events
gUsh II: Jessie Mae Brannen Willis didn't make'A in naming "The Dance of the Nymphs" is in I must go. If our ship leaves us we cause I was All that he had ber that splashin' that we hearddirectly

tee Harrell; alternates, Louise muscles for physiology?/' Louvre Paris. will be thrown Into prison for de bought them." the spot where Hal was ? Well after, Hal's the first hone shot stumbled, don'tyuh ,

ler Blake Jackson. Billy Powell didn't crack a joke? -Clara Flume. sertion." A. E. (Bashful) the gunny sack and the an' splashed. In th' mud an' th'owed !

(rid History: James Moore, Vernle Phillips straightened her The Doug. (rising and picking up Martha, shall I- saddle with the gerth I Hal off. An' you know about thet
art Packham: alternate, Sum- hair? Dance of the NymphsThe traveling bag nearest him) : "Yes, and put It the saddle muddy. Hal hair-triggered ,43 o' hls'n don't '
ilarley Eunice Canova.Ibating .Dance of the Nymphs was we must go." (All rise, pick up Martha : saddle off when he fell yuh ? Well he--" '
affirmative: Martha HIGH FOURTH GRADE REPORT painted by Jean Carot. He wasborn traveling bags and In turn kiss put your coat "shot hlanelf. when got th'owd : N+,
in Paris in 1796. The> origInal their mother. She to no sign of his com .
nlee, Lois Long; alternate, clings longer like; but I-er-I off!" Reed cried with understand
Stanley Noegel came back to is in Louvre Paris. Adler. the creek. out i
I Hazen; negative Annie Lauraer painting ) you should take Riding on ing. j
| Genevieve Kenley; alter-, school after being sick for three His most famous colors were Madam Cla.: "Dear Adler, pleasebe side,, he struck the "Exactly! I found th' -hero ,
Sumter Harley. days. pale green, grey, brown and silver careful."" (Turning to Thos. and Eldredge: "I and soon saw where It Is-with two empty gun chambers. I ( ,
Belling: Martha Slade. Luther Lennon had a birthday gray.When Doug.) "My sons take care of appendicitis. I'll gang had recently join- That shows he fired both '' Y
I Wednesday of last week; he was he moved to the Forest of your younger brother for my sake." if I have to had crossed the creek cause I loaded hln .43: shots u 4I
| \S&EMBLY PROGRAM ten years old.Middleton Fountalnbleau, be got his Idea to (Neighbors go out to avoid scene won't I?" morning an' know yesterday I
Prevatt and Eloulse paint "The Dance of the Nymph! of sad separation. Madam Cla., Lola Adkins: and rode back across well he didn't you shoot. a time danged be-
ta. Hudson's commercial Hayes had birthday Wednesday. The Nymphs' dresses were of vivid Thos., and Adi. shed tears freely. it Is not always Suddenly he stopped fore-." tt ,
es gave a very educational Middleton was eleven and JESlouise colors. Slowly brothers go to the door, and examined a "An' "
no Indian a'tall! Reed '
[am last Friday. It consistede was ten. He died In 1875: and was 79 years where they turn around.) a knock on the half burled in the mud. ejaculated. "What : ; r .
a wild ,
following numbers: old at the time of his death. Brothers (In one chorus): "Good L am Cia taps ) the meaning of this But Jim how goose-

forming a Corporation-Essie SECOND GRADE -Etta Fae Dyal. by. dear mother God keep you James.Madam" Cla.: been dead long" Jim so outa here, jus'come like that th' devil hORS tore hls- K

John Andrews, Lester Aus- we1I. /'
}nd Fred Shaw.ng The second grade's enrollmenthas The Dance of the Nymphs Madam Cla.: "Good by, my sons. Jas.: "Yes my ) meditation, he led his elf"Don't r'colloct how

Ellen Wiggins and Annie been Increased to fifty-one. We This beautiful painting "The May the Lord watch over you." (Next moment Hal was found. Af- gets when you we shoot down upsethe I
a Tucker. are glad to have new pupils, even Dance of the Nymphs" was painted Sons leave. Neighbors come into the room ) minutes search, he found I. at th' cattle
though we are very crowded. Our r console mother. Jas.: "Ghost! &, .45. slaughter pen?/ well :
letting Ready for the Contest" by Jean Carot. He was born ) that deer B'sklen I reckon
lirguerite Prevatt and Carlie honor roll for the fifth month Is: in Paris in 1796 and died in ParisIn ., Close curtain.) Ghost" ( '. see-." He examined roll he took kloda too.that" tl4.
upset 'Im I
Jimmie Griffis, Richard Beal, Sara ( music on opposite side ( intently
kner. 1875.: The original painting Is Strong representing three "That's right!" Holllater 1
fcino Solo-Marjorie Stump. Barefoot, Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu In Louvre, Paris. weeks). ers, Madam he shouted, jamming the "But how come them redskins nodded.
frplsts Lois Davis, Dorothy Lee Johns, Patsy His favorite wearing pocket and leaping to met it
Marjorie colors 0"T.
Long were pale back
Scene Two us out there on th' plain atthat i ))1
Keen Barbara Snow, by angels.) "them fellers'll bring
Williams Dollie brown and silver
tip Margaret I green gray gray. (Place-Same as scene one. hose o' Hal's?" I''
Flynn dance Thomas, Comer Brothers (In ) nest aroun' our ears,
tins, Bunnie Canova, George In the picture "The Dance of
Madam Cla. is setting on sofa talk- mother." "Oh, a concldence, I reckon, like
nod and Louise Jackson. We Perryman. Mrs. H. C. Ritch, the Nymphs" it looks as If the sun Ing with neigh. A knock Is heardon Madam Cla. the rest of th' whole affair," Jim !'
glad to know that Lois Long : teacher. is just rising, the beautiful colorsof door. No music.) : wheeled the roan, there grinned. 1
I the highest rate.' the sky are just beginning to be I Madam Cla.: "Who's that?" (Faints. ) his ears the faint sound The End. M1r t tI'3
JUNIOR NEWSA seen. The birds out of I ( gunplay, far across the
I' are flying (Taps small bell with gong. James .s.9 ti
[iss Marguerite Prevatt motor- their homes to look for food for :appears.) I (Music ) Mr Larson: "When (Is your next '
Gainesville Saturday. junior class meeting was held their The it!-let's go, Boss! he '" *
baby ones. flowers are I Jas.: "Did you ring, ma'am?" study-hall period?/ i 1
Wednesday afternoon from 2:43: : to nodding their lazy heads to each Madam Cla.: "Yes, James. See (Place: Same Joyce Mast: "At 2:10"Mr : ;
NINTH GRADE NEWS 3 o'clock. After much talking the other. The sparkling: dew is upon .who is at the door." Is filled with gang struck their Larson: "Don't you have on*. ,
juniors decided to give the seniors the shaded grass. What a lovely (Exit James.) dancing eating, sign Immediately after before then?/'" ;

ll 1 boys that wish to try out an Informal party this year on account spring this must have been! Neigh.: "I wonder who it can are merry. I creek. They followed Joyce: "There never Is one before
I,in Independent baseball club of financial conditions instead He Imagined he saw the Numphs be." upon Madam for about two miles the next. ,
i the ninth down will of the usual formal with their : forced to go slower
grade on banquet. come dancing out of the woodlawnsand Madam CIa.: "I can't imagine. .
every Tuesday to play. This party is to be sponsored by form a circle and begin dance rm expecting no callers." Soft music. were entering a grassy Continued severe weather coupled

J" are glad to see Mildred Mc- the mothers of the junior class. ing on the morning grass. Then Jas. (re-entering) : "A messen hake hands with with damage to crops from other:
1 back at school after having Preparations are being made to two came from the east and two ger from London to se you ma'am." makes much for the Staked Plain factors plus a favorable export
[the "flu." give the senior "a big time." from the west and joined the hap Madam Cla. (frowning) "Show about three I muttered. situation, gives rise to the hope of
lo closes slowly. mile further Hollls
ninth grades are looking -. py party that was dancing so mer- him In." on substantial Improvement In wheat

('ird .to getting their grammarmas. Additional school news on page rily. .., Jac.: "Yes, my lady." (Exit) i start curtain again comes with from a halt his procured saddlebag his and bi- prices later on. Qualified observers (
seven. -.Mary Lee Stafford. Mess. (enterinsr. looks at Madam also foresee the possibility that
ing the passing ) through them far
'" within the next domestic
Cla. questioningly ,) "Madam Cla.?/ year consumption -

SCHOOL DAYS '- By DWIG I news Madam?" Cla.: "Yes and your "Place: Same. grazln'," he" an- production,of thus wheat eliminating may balance the 4

cock Is crowing. "Let's see about It. need for
I foreign markets to absorb '
-- Mess.: "Bad news. The ship upon p
by a lamp. their horses into a gal our
1l which your sons sailed Is one week
three sons are was within a hun a

) \ : overdue.happened."We fear something has ter of the room.) of the animal when, Orlando-Florida Farm ft Grove ( t .
1) Doug.: grove of trees just be- section located 41.
Madam CIa. (turning pale) : "Is permanent headquarters
s thing we must three> mounted red
I//i there no hope Tell me! Is there no Madam Cla.) here. 'I'

;. .. hope?" sons 7"Thos their mounts simultan Cocoa 119 Indian River cirrus
Mess. (in consoling voice) : "Yes. .: "I'll tell two parties dropped be- whipped from here during first !
They may have met with contrary went down with I of sagebrush and 20 days of December ;I.
winds and been blown from their In moment of
We're dead a
course." (Exit Mess.) puffs (0 .... ,- .. ... .... .. .-
from both
now Is our spirits. spots.
Madam CIa. (passing hand over now and get In '. .45's roared along I
forehead) "I hope nothing has meet again Winchesters

happened to my sons." (Neigh Mother. (Soft ) up, where we can sur ATLAS i
tries to console her) ; "Oh! oh! Doug. A Aid.: !" Holllster commanded. '

Lord bring them safely home to er." (The three on hands and knees I 9
me!" Madam Cla.: to patch, his party The Standard Oil 'j

(Curtain.) We'll meet again up In two-gun
4 (Music representing one week.) (CU moment, the fleet forms Tire GuaranteedOne

(Scene III) Act Two I could be Been sneaking
(Same as scene one Madam Characters retreat. The redskin's YearFrigidaire '
CIa. is alone reading. She U lyingon Place: Same as almost ceased when the
sofa. Reads for a moment af- fin holding the released a red-hot ..N.N.....4
sr ter curtain Is opened and then a CIa. who Suddenly the Indians Jr a
knock on the door Is heard.) her husbands and their mounts leaped 4.
Madam Cla. laying book In lap sic cut stick into the '

and raising head attentively) : First Neigh.: was lying flat on his ,
"Who ia that?" (taps bell and Jas. went to join
; 1 AFI 1 appears): "James see who's at sons." them! Hollister shouted. the three year guar- 1
r mounted and started
the door. Second Neigh.: 1
Jas.: "Yes, ma'am.'" (exit Jas.) happy." roared behind them. It anted electric refrigerator .
I J4 Madam Cla.: "I wonder who It Third Neigh.: coming at a mad run.
Is." (Enter Mess.) kind.. !I" he yelled. "You've '

Mess.: "Madam, I fear I have Priest: reds all wrong!" '
bad news. The ship your sons were and let us pray that?" demanded the

on went down with all hands on sou!." (Priest ) i angrily. For Bale
board!" ( sight of the horse, be'I
(Madam Cia. stiffens, turns (Music up breathless. The steed I
white and clasps one hand on each ( ) ; his feet had be
side of her head. Screams and Place: In the bridle reins. Smith's Service
1 faints. Strong music blends with Madam Clair is !" .
creams as curtain. comes together. ed into the Is It?" Reed sneered.
(Curtain.) The priest l is Creek's hose that I saw

(Music representing one day.) head's are .. that swamp yester StationStarke
.I 1'fNt Scene IV) coffin is lowered
(Place: Same. scene one. Mad Music 'slowly Well, It's Hal's!" Jim '

CR1MtA1fp am CIa. is sitting on sofa dressedin comes together. Fla.1".Ij .

black she U weeping. There ta: THE: he be doln out here ... ... ....,_' T .

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lsuch as the American elm, a favorite pest to have. He'd been over the day's work In,months." So there you are, Mr. "Customer. I Prohibition is a goO
of Washington's, and the falls and came out without even ." And what "customer" in Ohio, should never be repealed lee
I f50cietyJ sugar maple may predominate.Since the barrel. So just try and adjust your men or in Florida, will dare say, that state or a nation hai \Vhu
the days of Washington, tal budget and you'll find It will bootlegger did not "tell the truth, and a poor officer 1004
horticulturists and plant lovers Well, we got to talkin' and he go a long: way toward helping :you I the whole truth, and nothing but the officer and not ''n Old
have explored many sections of the told me how him and old man square up the one that bas to do the truth?" And this writer be- cause this nation ,law
I world in search of plants which hard luck had got in the ring to- with dollars and cents. Rememberan Veves, that the good Lord, and not murder, It never 1. p
might advantageously be establish gether and how he'd taken It on unbalanced mental budget Is a the bad devil, helped him to tell enough fool to licens Oeea
EXECUTIVE BOARD I I ed /in this country. The far East, the chin until be was just about lot more dangerous than the other "the whole truth." revenue, except through murk,
--- O. China and Japan in particular, and out on his feet. But just when he. kind and there Is consolation In liquor traffic. 0 sham Uc
And that last do
question, "why
The executive the Southern Hemisphere, Australia was about ready to lay down and the thought that no matter how thy blush? Whll\
Woman's Club will meet : Africa, and to a less extent take the count, he began to get bad things may seem, they could they put on airs? Is a clincher, ,I will in
? nesday morning: at 10 O. South America, have yielded not- used to H, 'BO he Decided to try be a whole lot worse. and no" mistake. Echo answers have more say conclusion n.
the club house. able additions', the trees and "why? respect for th'.
once more and come up smiling. b;,
shrubs which can be ,grown for ...:J Then take that other question, legger than, I do for thmember chili
U. D. C. WILL, MEET shade and ornamental purposes in '"Right then and'there," he says ILqi ? viz: "Is there any moral difference tects him who patronizes and
'" WEDNESDAY .: various sections of the United started to to balance my mental between the buyer and the seller?" in his unlawful reed'
States. Southern California and 1"1 For the first time In twen- J JELDER No, not in the sight of God nor In reputable' "business.
The W, TJVeeka Florida are particularly favored in years' I Was without an auto- the light of His Word (See Heb. Tours for the constitution.-
I, C., will meet Wednesday this respect. since the sub-tropical i mobile. I Just couldn't afford one. 2:15 and I Cor. 6:10): because both safer nation.
; at 3.30: o'clock, at the climate permits the growth of I I walked to work every morning will go to hell, unless they repent. W. E. DaugbenyI
and Mrs. L. F. many species unable to withstandthe to save that lousy nickel carfare. Federal Judge Akerman of Tampa
'' State Farm. ; severe temperatures of more Every step I took Z"d get sorer and DAUGHERTY said sometime ago: "But for the I BOREE & GIDDEKS S
, i I' northern latitudes. This introduce sorer; by the time I reached town COMMENDS BOOTLEGGER patronage and protection that FUNERAL DIRKCTORt "l
: r ,4 WE-LAKA SEW CLUB tion of numerous species and the I was feelln' so sorry for myselfI church members give the bootleggers Casket fleshy. Room See.
testing of their adaptability to different was In no condition to do any Editor Telegraph: prohibition or would pro At ....ett.* w.......?II
The We-Laka Sew localities means much to the constructive work. I wanted to I have recently read a good thingIn hibit, or could be enforced." I LICENSED EMB.\L"ta.

a bridge and sewing horticultural development of the dump a lot of broken glass in the defense of a Cincinnati bootlegger quote from memory, but the aboveis AI....."A.hnlenee,... Read,. Phone Seri'. m"
day afternoon at the United States. The task Is by no street so everybody else would from the Cincinnati Post the substance of what he said. 88 to 91 Riverside A.e H Jnrkinn all
A.: W. Anderson. means ended. Washington, were have to walk like I did, and it was and I want to pass it on to your
The living: room : a, he alive, would deem it a privilegeto all could do to keep from jlrow-( readers In general, and to the
room opened ensulte, I have had a part in this,worki Ing rocks at every street car that Starke bootleggers in particular.Here .
decorated with baskets ( It Is'more than probable that the passed m*.< Oh, I was a mental it is as reported from the
. The afternoon passed i ten million planted last year"ia volcano. I Cincinnati Post: "A Cincinnati
Ih playing bridge and ; : honor of Washington will result in bootlegger was delivering: some STRAWBERRY\ PICKERS'TICKETS
tea hour the hostess real contributions to soil and clim- "Then oner morning Z met a fel- 'goods', (some elixir of damnationof
j and ambrosia to the atic adaptability of various species.I low with a''' clubbed foot and we course.-W. E. D.) to a home.
were present. The task is not completed with walked together, and, in spite of Not getting a response by knocking -
Iantlng. It is quite possible that his affliction, he was cheerful andI i at the back door he took his
LADIES AUXILIARY \ many of these ten million will live t started checkin' up. Z knew another | 'goods" to the front door. The
If given reasonable protection durIng -I chap that was blind and he householder was angry when he
The Ladles the next 100 to 200 yeajs. It I wasn't cryin' about it, so Z quit I saw the caller and said, 'don't you
i Presbyterian church would be gratifying if all of these worryln' about the money and automobiles -I.know any better than to come to .
weeks of mission study ten million trees were able to at- I didn't have and started I my front door?' he asked. The .
: evening at the home of ''I tain a full life span, which In the makin' mental credits like this. bootlegger made no reply then, but
Davis with Mrs M. W. case of certain species, particularly I after he left, said: 'Why do custom $2.00 Thousand
leading the" discussion I if all of these ten million "I've got good health, two good ,ers high hat me when I go to their
Americans. Mrs. I trees were able to attain a full hind legs, a fine pair of eyes, even homes?' (to their front doors of
interesting review of life span, which in the case of cer- got most of my hair, I had break- course? W. E. D)
,, brought out the cultural tain species, particularly American fast this inorning and Z know I'll.. "D o they think that they are
tions of the'Indians to elms, should mean 200 years. Ten have lunch this noon. There Is a I better than I am? It takes two
cans.,, The study will be million trees 100 to 200 years old roof over my head and while my to break the prohibition law. We 25c Each Additional Change
next Tuesday evening at would be a truly noteworthy memorial clothes may not be new they are are lawbreakers together! Is there
of Mrs. M. W. Morrow a credit to the country and clean and I'm in pretty darn good I any more difference between the
I' E. M. Davis as leader. the age In which we live I shape all the way around. Well, buyer and the seller? In fact, I
; ested are Invited to
'I by the time Z reached the office, Z have a moral edge on my custom
STATE CAPITAL NEWS was feelln'jdownrlght ers. There would not be any boot
Investigation 'of' service records -I"!I -.1 1"1- leggers if there 'Weren't any cus-
of war veterans now'confined '"The dayjxjfore) I had instructed tomers" so why do they put on AttheTELECAPH
Saturday evening was In the state hospital for Insane at my stenographer to go back over airs? '

,Qf a most enjoyable Thattahoochee with a view of determining the books and get up,a statement 110 .. .. _v
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. I whether any of them showing the business we had done
t entertained members were receiving compensation sufficient in January,, 1932-so Z could compare Say it with Flowers

bridge club.Radiance. : to allow them to pay for it with January, 1933. I wanted .,- -,.
roses and maintenance at the hospital has to see how we were holding up. OFFICE

den flowers decorated been ordered by the board of commissioners Flowers For All
room, providing a of state institutions. "We were so far off comparedwith
ground for the tables. last year it was pitiful. Then OccasionsGERTRUDE

guests were entertained.At Governor Dave Sholtz and some I realized that my perspective was ." .., -.- -.- .
the conclusion of of his cabinet members may not wrong. You couldn't get an in-
scores were compared devote much time to Izaak Wai- tellingent picture by comparingyears. GODBEY Phone 29
awarded Mr. and Mrs. R. ton's favorite sport, but they are The only sane thing to do
crest for making high strong for fish, right on. I under present conditions was to ANDERSON
? evening. Flab-abundant in Florida wa-I compare last/ month with this Phone :S9: Waldo, Fla
The hostess served ers-henceforth will be a standard month, last,,week with this week,
course to the players meal for inmates Of state Institutions or yesterday with today. So I --- ..- .. ,-- .-. .
11 j" were: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. two days a week. adjusted my mental budget again "
-L Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Heads of various. state institutions I and we checked January, 1933,
and Mrs C. A. Knight and the ,state road depart. against December, 1932, and the
J i i Ilrt and Mrs A. Z. Adkins. ,I ment, which works state convicts I picture wasn't bad at alt In fact,
i in road camps, have been given Instructions we were, showing real Improve-
:MRS. ANDREW I to include, tilt on the ment. Then Z checked the last two
W. M. S. CIRCLE prize"I I: bill of fare. Governor Sholtz said j r weeks against each other and It AN DREWSS9RE
: fish can be bought aa low as one was better still, so instead of findIng .
,' Mrs. W. H. Andrews cent a pound. i myself slipping as I thoughtat
Circle No. 1, W. M. 3. at \ Similar instructions recently first I was actually gaining. It

J oon. Theroom was .citrus! fruits and celery.A .
decorated with spring I : How ,Doctors Treat
pot plants. tentative program designed"to
'The devotional was led I reasonably assist" destitute Colds and Coughs

J. M. Brownlee followed farmers registered with county .' .. I
business meeting. The !I emergency relief organizations has To break up a cpld overnight, and ..
afternoon was spent ,In I been prepared by 'J. C Husklsson, relieve the con. cent that makes ;rOil:
needy children. director of relief of Florida, and cough thousands of physicians are
I k now recommending Calotabs, the
-j Mrs. Andrews, assisted outlines sent to chairmen of county niusealess calomel compound tablets FRIDAY and
i, III liter.In-law, Mrs. Rance councils. that give ,Totf tli effects of calomel and SATURDAYBLUEBIRD
served delicious The plan contemplates farmingand salts without the unpleasant effects
coffee. Those present gardening activities. Individual of either.
S. F. Hamrick, Mrs. J. M. and community, and conservation One or two Calotabs at bedtime with
1r lee, Mrs. W, H. Hundley, ot farm, and garden products. a class of sweet milk: or water Next SEAPLANE I Ballards
,;II 1 :M. Barefoot, Mrs. B. lusklsson has called upon county morning your cold has vanished, ;your

i W. H. Mundy, Jr..Mrs. O. council chairmen to appoint agricultural ore system feeling is thoroughly Due with a purGed hearty and appetitefor ;you R---65c FLOUR-- .55c FLOUR 86c
.Mrs. J. D. Goodman, relief.committees of five, i breakfast.. Eat what you wirb,-
I i P Fried, and Mrs. J. H. one member from each countyommlsaioner's no danger.
24 pounds. for 21 pound for Obelisk 24 IDS.
j. district. Such com- I fnlotabs are sold In lOc and 35c:;
J.i JlRIDGIj! CLUB mittees will have their own chair- packages at drug more. (Adv)
-- men and secretaries but will have Great Northern PINK

Baskets of graceful the same status in. county councils OVI:. WORII .. LARD2 5 BEANS"20c Salmon 2 5

effective iance yellow roses jassmlne decorations formed, dogwood the In a.mittees.the three present standing com NERVES:... C 5 LBS. 'S FOR C

of Mrs. J. C. :Robinson -
afternoon, when she boo Late I I'to PICNIC SIZE AROO SLICED NO. 2 CANSApple
members of her club and
I bridge. l PEACHESIOe
Several progressions of j ; 0 Classify AsparaguslOc Sauce l lOc

bridge were enjoyed ;; : By RUSSELL SALAD--QUARTS _
ternoon. When, at the j+ KAY
of the I Secretary, florid. Press AMOCM..OIYou '; ft POUNDS' Bollard's Pancake
play, scores were I ; I Dressing 2Se
Mrs. O. L. Beasley was ; hear a lot of talk"nowdays 4 v
top score and Mrs about balancing the budget, which, BANANAS15c FLOURIOe|
( ;',1 1 second high. Each were : as near as I can figure out means DOZEN
!' prizes. ; to take the two dollars you spent
The hostess, assisted I that you didn't have and match it, I CAKE-QUART LEMONS ISc 23o SIZE
.: ').1. Mitchell and Mrs. C. against the two dollars somebody w ryf -

I served strawberry j' owes you that you haven't been SYRUP20c Sun! rsuds ISc 15c
coffee to the guests, : able to collect. That makes two I
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. O. : and two equal zero. It's a good Pork I
ley, Mrs. N Sternberg, I trick if you do it. but It'. darn UP TO :your can In wort
Wainwright, Mrs. hard to do on an empty .verv nerve at high tension. I Oc
Mrs. O. Haynes Mrs. T. .tomach'l No wonder yon snap at the wife B field Country 15c-
and bark Chops
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, But a fellow gave at the children.r 25'
Watch out! Overworkednerves
Matthews, Mrs. J. E. slant on this budget business the C
lead to
L. D. and-Mrs. D. ( may Sleeplessness POUND Sausage
"' Vining ,I other day and I learned that there i' Nervous Headache, Karr Butter
tleth Is more than on* kind of budget% one Indigestion and a boat of
) and more than one way to balance I other unpleasant: d1 turbancu. POUND por>D|
MRS. SAM: ANDERSON it. Why don't you try Dr. Mile FAB
ENTERTAINS AT Effervescent Nervine Tablets
I had been to the postofflce to Just one in a half glass of v Soap 2 packages for 15c RIB STEAK
water makes Octagon
afternoon A delightful was affair the of get my mall and, as usual, Instead ; line drink delightfully a pleasant soothing, spark-
of finding a flock of alee little
!: to over-taxed
: nerve*
given by Mrs. Sam checks all I gathered was a sweet Dr. Miles' Nervine fa now SALT2pkgs.for5c Pound121 c
honor of Mrs. A. H. 10 for..
handful of bills. I stood there made In two forms-Liquid and -
whose birthday was at
glaring at 'em when somebody Effervescent Tablet. Both haft
Three tables for bridge the sam soothing effect.
says: "Wipe that scowl off
ranged In the living yourfac ( $1.00 at you drag store
maybe it ain't so bad MEAL-
j. presented a lovely as !It seems!* Rice Good Grade
; baskets and bowls filled __ I II
eas and yellow jassmlne ng GREEN CABBAGE
A looked up'and there was a (el-1
to At advantage.the conclusion: of low I hadn't seen for a long time, | 51bs.15c] 2 Heads for 5c 101bs.forl5f1111 f c|
when but Td heard how he'd lost a whole l I
scores were added
lot more money than I ever ex-1 I t!

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v.xIG! ,, ""-,.. I" ',"lkrk{ bill .nnr'i14lJPrf6'J' .''' ''''('.'' ., ,, .
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y24tS2S25u7525d52 d5'u I City Manager and Mrs. Charles dairy products ] Now Berlin Atlantic Gulf and Clearwater Dredging opera-

Larsen of Lakeland, were guestsof poultry products plan Pacific Co., New York, received tions to be resumed soon on cause1 1
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight specific ,I 181,507( contract for dredging St. way project between Tampa and S .

Bits of Monday. tion of the : of .Johns river In local vicinity. this place. T '

purchased and : _. I
(a] Mrs J. M. Darby, Mrs. A. M. which may well the
Darby, and Mrs. D. C. Jones of Individual family em-

I local .Iev Gainesville, motored to Jackson- type: of farming, ING- .J
ville Tuesday and spent the day. lve: cost of food ANNOUNCING THE PE
duced and when re-

Mr. L. C. Lounge left Wednesday upon the to }
Concerning Our People Butinesi andProgret
for his home In Washington, family assuming pre Ritz TheatreMONDAY i
$ of the County and Town. D. C., after a visit of several daysat paring the raw I,
the home of Mr. L. V. Moore. consumption. '
farmers who I
__"" ""' '''''''''''''oJcc''II.: ; I Mrs. A. M. Richard of :Jackson- near a small l the i
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D Mr.U and Mrs. Paul'Canova were Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State I I I yule, Is spending several days with own wheat ground NIGHT FEB. 27th\

visitors In Jacksonville Tuesday. farm, was the guest of Mrs. O. L. her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. It for flour to. than ,
and Mrs. E. S. Matthews :
Beasley Tuesday.See -
I" 7:30 P. M.
Prior to 1929,
Stlth of Jacksonville, is
Bobby at Ca-, Mrs. ,W. E. Middleton returned families were year, Il
Mr..and dog's trouble
visiting his grandparents. nova' your Pharmacy Saturday at 3 Saturday from WaycroBS;; Ga., and fourth to more PRESENTING"THE ii
L. JBrowqlee.Attention
Mrs. H. Jacksonville where she spent sev- their food supply.
o'clock m. '
p. eral days visiting relatives. cent of their be-
Dog Owne.-FREE went for bread, BIG BROADCAST"With
DEMONSTRATION Saturday at Mr. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa, visited Dr. and Mrs. II. B. McLendon, about 18 percent bed

Canova's Pharmacy.Miss Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Hazel fruits, about 18

Tuesday. Middleton and Eugene Matthews and molasses, will

Inez Tompkins spent the were In Jacksonville Saturday to lean meat and BING CROSBY KATE.SMITH 1
week-end in Jacksonville with Miss Ollie Dell of Gainesville, hear Eddie Cantor. cent for fats, and an ,

friends and relatives.Mrs. spent the week-end with Miss for ; ARTHUR TRACY DON NOVIS CAB
Gloria Johns. Mr. and,Mrs. C. D. Shank. Bet. liminary figures used

H. L. Chapin of High ty Lewis Shank Mrs. Lillie S. of crop and for CALLOWAY MILLS BROTHERS
several days this Mrs. E. M. Johns spent the week- Lewis, Granville Lewis and :Mrs.. J. dicate that In. ; 4
week Springs with Mrs. F. A. Scott., end in Gainesville with Mrs. S. T. C. Robinson were in Jacksonville cent more con- STUART ERWIN & LEILA HYAMS
Saturday. home or

Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of flour than in' home
Jacksonville Mr. and spent th% week-end Mr. Jack McDonald of Jackson- Milton Brownlee, Jr., and Lester cent more pos WESTERN ELECTRIC SOUND
in Starke Mon-
'ville, was a visitor
relatives.Mrs. Price Robinson returned to the home : ,
here day. University of Florida, Gainesville, cent more eggs; I SHOWING THE LATEST AND BEST

J. S. Blitch la spending I Sun Jay"after spending the week cent more milk own
sometime here with Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. E. M. Johns and daughter end at their respective homes. ,were larger and PICTURES ALWAYSMATINEE
Gloria, motored to Gainesville .
I Farm slaughter '
H L. Brownlee. .
Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown of especially of hogs : '
Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Tampa, have announced the birthof creased. Reports Saturday '
T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M.
a son on Thursday, February 1932 production
visitors in Jacksonville -
Crews were Johns and Gloria Johns spent Sat- a !Mon.-U'Ml.-8iit. Dally" lit Contlnuouft From 3.00) I*. M.
16. The boy has been named home use was
Saturday. urday in Gainesville.Mr. 3:30 p. m. 7:30: &: It i>. m. r
Marcus Frederick Brown, Jr. Instance larger in
Sam Anderson and Mrs. A. creased home Ike ADMISSION S
H.Mrs.Harley Jr., spent Monday In and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon and Messrs, John and Hugh Alder- and hogs have 10 & 230 10 &: 3(>o 10 &. 230 All Day
Mr. Lacy Rigdon were guests of man and Mr. and Mra. Peters of ; marked. Meat it ,
Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs. Fonzo Griffis in Law- Jacksonville, were guests Sunday :growing in

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard of tey Saturday.Mr. afternoon of.' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ning and .

of Mr. and Alderman. been carried out, the
Hilliard, are guests
and Mrs. J. R. Brugger of
Mrs. C. A. Knight. Milford, Conn., who have been churning, cheese' fight I
Miss Beatrice Bullen spent the home production to NOTICEMEMBERS
winter visitors to Starke, .
Grlffitts of Jackson- frequent week-end fn Daytona Beach. She been revived. In
Miss Mary '
several here last week ,,
ville, was the week-end guest of spent days was accompanied home by Miss at-home program i : OF TilE LAWTEY-TRUCK. GROWERS'
Mrs. C. A. Knight. / June Bulleni. who will visit her In so far as is ; Can- -
J. S. C. Collins, of the Belvedere here. .the ,trend at UNION ,

Mr. R. O. Daniel of Sarasota, Nursery at Earlton, is Inviting the for the Individual J. Bert Moritz Co., Inc., 257 Washington St., New York
to the
visited relatives In.Starke Thurs people of Starke over bloom.see Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill, Mr. and undoubtedly City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment and '
azaleas which are in full
day. were Mrs. Lloyd week-end Maler guests of Jacksonville of Mr. and, coming yean Plan' "u '' { will pot charge you but 7% Commission thereby saving 6;

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bell and Mr. .. .the 3% Commission to the local '
usually paid
Mr. L. D. Green spent the week- Mrs. H. C Wall at their home at Farm families
Bell have returnedto I
end in Baltimore, Md., attendingto and their Mrs.home W. R.in Lily Wisconsin, Kingsley Lake. interest than Agents. They handle 3500 cars yearly and are rated ,i

business. after spending six weeks in Starke. Miss-Miriam Jacobs and Miss and ning conservation for the ,$IOOOO.OO( A. A. A. A., which Is the very best If you

Mrs. H. A. Dew of Jacksonville, Sylvia Hackel of the F. S. W. C., In yearly food haven't joined the Union, join now. No dues or other
of the F. S.
was the recent guest of Mrs. L. Miss Hazel Adkins Tallahassee, spent 'the week-end lished In various charges will be assessed or collected this year. All
D. Green. W. C. in Tallahassee spent with Miss Jacobs' parents Mr. and home food pro :
services free. bF
her ,
week-end with parents Judge
Mrs. B. Jacobs. made on the
Tell us your dog troubles-Our and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. adequate diets, rent
medicine works In 40 minutes. Canoa Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs. F. A. Ca- ilies have the J. L. Harrell Lawtey Fla.
Mrs. Herbert Durden and daughter -
Anne of ,
nova and daughter, Mary viding
Betty Joe of Monticello, are
Gainesville, spent Tuesday with varied food ,1
sup .
-and'-Mr G.:-P,'Raymond; visiting Mn..Durden's parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.: M. Brownlee and I Important' to ___ _._ _
1 _
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. .
Miss Harriet Raymond and Ed- Mra. S. E. Brownlee.' ing the coming ; ___ un : ._ --- __ ....._

and Paul Raymond visited will not have i
Dr. J. J. Bullen and Miss June ;
Silver Thursday. Mr,. H. L. Brownlee and little farm has
Springs Sullen of Daytona Beach, after i"c' .
daughter Madge, and Mrs. J. S. crops or in a ,
Miss Inez Tompkins and Air visiting Miss Beatrice Sullen. returned Blitch will leave this week for De- the exclusion of

Pilot E. H. Hall of Montgomery home Wednesday.Mr. Land, where they will visit Col. dairying or

Ala., attended the basketball gamein and Mrs"J. E. Futch. the production of g
E. M. Davis returned Wednesday !
Waldo Friday. to Charleston, Is impossible, .ig .ii
from a trip I
who will
Miss Genevieve
Kenly are made in the
Miss Beatrice Bullen spent the S. C., where he visited North the Carolinaand Azalea represent the senior class of the program. Op rocery re- )

week-end in Daytona Beach with Gardens, points in Bradford County High School in Long-time
Atlanta, Ga.
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. the State-wide Florida High School to make I
Bullen. debating league will go to Jack- food ptoducUeYt!
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wllkerson
sonville Friday where she will debate from
and son, Edgar, Mrs. E. M. Davis quick gro' I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson at- and Victor Thomas spent SundayIn against the Landon High production of FEBRUARY 24th and 25th
tended the dedication of the new School Friday evening. Mr. ter Into a ,
of Mr. and
Jacksonville guests ,
Mrs. Geo. W. Kenly will accompany
Masonic hall In'Lawtey Tuesday considerable '" '
Mrs. J. B. Mills. ,
evening. ".,..-. her.OUTLOOK. and often 5 pounds 25c
elapse before the
Mr. B. R. Witkovskl returned
Mrs. J. S. Blitch of Jackson- after FOR FARM LIVING available for Cane Best 'White ''I
Saturday to Jacksonville,
ville, was the guest Friday of her OFFEUS..V.U.U\ LE HINTS year 1933 will. '

sister-in-law. Mrs. H.-; L. Brownlee. home spending thews.of Mr.two and months Mrs.here E. S.at Mat-the (Continued.. -from page 1.) INSURE 22c Sugar, 5 lbs 23c Bacon, lb. 7c :' ,-a::

age in December, 1931, to approxi- Gulf '
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McDowelland Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McCornackof mately 107 percent In December, Life Geo. 'Washington :

children of Jacksonville spent St. Charles, Ill.,.are visiting in 1932. All groups of commodltes ; ;; Cocoa 1-4 lb. 5c I .; :j
Mrs.the week-end John Uglow.here with Mr. some Miami time and are in Starke expected before tospend returning declined,In the prices greatest for furniture decreases and occurring N. Local It. 55c Flour, 24 Ibs. SOc ,,

north. clothing and the least In prices for '
Mr. and Mrs. I* E. Moseley and fuel for the house and for the au- _n Brooms ea. 19c : 1
Mrs. V. F. Manning attended the 9c ;, ,
Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry, Margaret tomobile. The decline during the ; _
funeral of N. L. Edwards at Folks- and latter half of 1932, however, was
Lowry, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
ton, Ga., Wednesday. Miss Lucille :Mitchell motored to much lens than during similar perIods Onions 5 Ibs. 1 lOc j\i\
Jacksonville Saturday and spentthe of the last two years. TrendsIn 15c :
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall and .. retail country prices during the T H
daughters. Gloria and MaybellHall day. coming year will depend upon the 2elmonle] } lest Grade Irish J

of Pahokee, were week-end Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. L. magnitude and direction of changes .. POTATOES.f,
guests of Mrs. Hall's parents Mr. In wholesale prices. Wholesale 'ouaurr ,
Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Mrs.D.
Biggs ,
and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. They P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. T. prices showed greater 'stability In PROGRAM. lOc
were accompanied home by Mrs. Long spent Saturday In Jackson- the summer of 1932 than in the i I 10 Ibs. u -15c
Thomas, who will spend sometime yule summer of the preceding two years \ -A Y,
with them.GENT. how- _
.' During the Last three months, "SION oF' =
Jam Mayonnaise or "
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang returned ever, the decline in average whole I : .
their home in Jacksonville sale prices has been as great as In ; Relish
to )
[ A. WORD Tuesday after a week's visit herewith the last three months of 1931, and ",\ I 25c 25c Lb. Qt. 30c JI ,
Mrs. Lang's father, Mr. L. V. prices have now reached a level KM MS A 1 ,,
below the low; point of June, 1932. I ,
Moore. CHARLES! '
COLUMN -- The course of the agricultural

ALL WANTING CASSAVA SEED 'Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White and depression has brought about a decrease SA i ow 5c Apples, dozen19c
of Tallahassee In the proportion of the '
Come for It to my house soon. Miss Mona Aldermon
D. L. Phillips, Lawtey Fla. It. and Betty Marshburn of Mar- family food supply purchased, as BORIS ;
week-end with well as pronounced decreases In ex-I' I J
ianna spent the .- 25c lOc size 5c
FOR SALE-Baby chicks, White Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. penditures for house-furnUhlngs "MASK 0. Ivory Soap; -

Leghorns 8c, Rhode Island Reds O. W. Alderman. and equipment, for Clothing, for
9(:. See W. M. Edwards. tf. operation of the automobile and: MONDAY (ON

of Mrs. W. H. Green for recreation. The small expendi- 9 ACTS i 6c I
FOR SALE-World's Beater Pepper E.- will Friends be glad to know that she was tures of many families for medical "LET'S IIA i Cocoa Soap, 4 bars --1 l Oc
Plants, ready to set. See .
able to return home Thursday, af- care probably means Inadequate I ,
R. Bowers at Canova Pharmacy. '
from disease except in

FOR It..SALE--Or exchange for town ter pitaLMrs.Jacksonville spending at several the Riverside weeks hos in sections munity protection medical of the country facilities where are avail-com- "SECOND(ON THE ''I Ib. 9c \Whole Grain Rice 5 lbs 15c ;

place-i room house and six
acres of land or more, if wanted. J. L. Corbett, Mrs. D. !if.- Increase Home Food SALLY 5 lbs. --15c 10 lbs. 25c j
Inquire Mike Maruca. Starke, Moseley and children and Miss The growing disparity between KALPII II "
Fla. 2t Mary :Moore all of Tampa, were prices received by farmers for I',

guests of Mrs.J.Corbett'a J. Rigdon parents Satur-, foodstuffs for articles produced of food and purchased prices paid at TUESDAY: &; : Peaches 2 No./sl.2; 25c "
BEAN SEED-Giant Strlngless, Mr. and Mrs. I 2 25c !
Green Pod $575 bushel; Red day. retail, has led farm families to increase KATE cans II

Bliss Seed Pel toes, 150: lb. sack their production of food for I I II
$3. medicated stock The regular business andpro home use. Since 1929 prices of "HELLO I
50. Try our ...
salt, the worm destroyer, for gram meeting 'of the Baptist W. food materials purchased by farm- 10 Ibs. 15c Soap or Powder lOfor f 25c .
horses, hogs a_ I cattle. Get our M. S. will be held at the church ers have declined 33 percent, while \ \ I :
prices on groceries, feed and Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. prices received at the farm from EDDIE

hardware. We meet them and Please remember the circle attend- the sale of grains have declined 62 I -- ISc lt. Pickles -- 15c i ,
beat them on piicea. J. C. Manning ance contest and let every memberbe percent meat animals 88 percent, "KID __ i 1

Starke, :Fla. It present. fruits and. vegetables 46 percent.: I __ -- ___ __ ___ __ __- .__ : _. ';:0:': I S '

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SIX ___ __ _"t announced. She said Millar\
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-- AZALEAS IMPORTANTLY v-- -- .-. sac idson, superintendent of the Mar

..?- -.. -...... REBUILDING MOREBEAUTIFUL ianna Instlutlon, had agree WltI1 j J !*?
au ta

,, s I[r Weekly IrtI'-Home; Domonstra-I Gainesville -Fla.-The azalea will LIVE STATE NEWS Welfare Washington Commission and the,Florkir on that stau pro

,', FARMERS SECTION Won Specialist, Tallahassee always have a large part in the rebuilding cedure. Heretofore, juveniles :On>.

J of a more beautiful Florida News of Florida In Short Paragraphs mitted by Federal courts In FlOrida
H. Harold Hume widely :have been sent to Atlanta and other .
Conducted by Demonstration Agents UTILITY IN TEXTILES known writer and assistant director iUIdia places.

Y of research at the Florida Experiment -

sly Any textile product has three Station,' believes. Azaleas ; !' llI/ Tallahassee Governor : UJp

characteristics. These are appeal I are easily grown and furnish renewed his request for Sholti thiof
will--"- meant needed 1- tooff 158 a step in furthering the action in
--- by which is appearance a. great variety of much Tallahassee Death 23,000 as Washington against lower
fashion and the like; color he said. off pension program of Governor tariff on S
VEGETABLES FROM OWN VEGETABLE SEEDLINGSBEST handle, color, winter and spring Confederate veterans economy tomatoes. He sent President
GARDENS FRUIT FROM TRANSPLANTED BY utility by which Is meant capacityfor Not only in northern Florida, rolls of Florida during the past Sholtz. er the following telegram Hoov.'
SYSTEM the expected service and the state the azalea and 293 widows of veterans : Mai
ORCHARDS IS GOAL BLOCKING-OFF giving but all over I year,
( OWN of our vegetable growers borrow'ed
satisfaction in use; and cost. Ac- has found a place. The varieties died, the pension bureau here announced Tallahassee The State Motor paw
for seed fertilizer
tual value In the product can be to Florida conditions fall last week.Tallahassee Vehicle Departmeent is so far behind and! labor to
trans adapted he
Johnson.) Fla_When
(By Spuds Gainesville, I plant crops, depending bpon
much determined only by considering all Into three groups-native, Indlca, In its work that the office will the atJIM
fruits -
and plants
Garden products produced planting vegetable tariff for a fair profit. TV
; to the will be obtained three of these characteristics.The and Kurume. The native ones are Revenue returnedto be worked three nights a week, With.
r at home are coming better results
draw protection of the
"block- appearance and cost of the commonly called wild honeysuckles the State by the 1931 documentary until the situation is eased. ActIng any tariff
of frm known as
rescue of the pocketbooks when a system at this time, just as these
s families throughout the United ing-off" is followed, according to fabrics offered by a distributing though they are not honey- stamp tax act now totals almost Commissioner George H. Wilder to market crow
Incomes truck horticulturistwith house are matters which:: call less suckles. The most widely distributed half a million dollars It was said the change of adminiaratlon are going would not
Families R. I
States. M. Ensign
be unfair and
t I
only unjust but
have been reduced are turning to the Florida. Experiment Sta- for exact knowledge than for artistic Is a white flowered one which reported at the office of the State during the busiest season wiu
result In heavy loss and in
and orchards for judgment and business abilityIn grows In swamps and blooms from comptroller. of the license year caused the con- greatly

greater home gardens and greater portloons of tion.Often in transplanting, the plant Its buyers. But they are also I June to August The other two, It Ion. No extra employes will be clttlzens discouraging. our own American

their food supplies. These have In pulled from the soil and thus de- matters which the customer can a pink-flowered one and a yellow 1 Miami Beach -= Grace Moore, used, he added, and regular office
judge for herself and, if she Is mistaken These all drop notified police workers will have to put in considerable .,
t aided the families to cut expenses, prived of many of Its feeder roots or orange-red one. the opera singer,
but a much more valuable service which are broken from the she will probably lay the their leaves In autumn. They make Sunday night that jewelry, she estimated overtime without pay. Jacksonville When the American

a', has been rendered in 'enabling the main foots as the plant ,is pulled blame on herself. This is not so good garden shrubs. at be valued at $81,500 I Legion opens its annual indoor
families to maintain the health of 'from the soil. This fact causes the with untlllty. In this matter, she The azaleas of the Indica groupare had been stolen from her hotel Miami The city commission carnival next Monday In the Coliseum -

their members. A well balanced loss of a large number of plants cannot usually form a reliable I evergreens, large flowered, and room. has voted unanimously for a twen- Goofy, the Rat Eater will 0

., and varied diet has been possible, and the stunting of many others. judgment, but must leave this re- : make elegant shrubs. They are ty-nine per cent reduction of electric be the leading attraction. Goofy

+1 k' tin many instances, with the borne By the system of "blocklng-off" iponslblllty to the retail house.. So the ones that have made so many Wauchula-:With 2,633,609 pintsof rates, as recommended recently actually eats rats. Not only that,

products when it would not have this difficulty is practically over- the utility is the province eitherof gardens famous. The named varieties strawberries out. of Hardee by the city's rate and traffic but he has been eating them for

f4t been possible otherwise.In come, Mr. Ensign explained. Where the scientist or of the buyer applying are many, but Mr. Hume county this season, growers are receiving board. Heated arguments followed years. Rodent menus are, BO to

l Florida, the land of fruits, the plants are growing In the seed- scientific knowledge.The makes special mention of twelve. the lowest prices In the he action, with representatives of speak, bis meat. Goofy/ however!' "

vegetables, flowers and sunshine, bed In three or four-Inch rows, exact utility qualities required They are the lavender colored Formosa history of the berry Industry, with the public utilities protective Is rather choosy" about his rats. II"ID'

thla program has made rapid growers will run some sharp instrument In a fabric must of course and Phoenicia; Fielder's pints bringing from two to three league protesting that the reductions They must be live healthy ones.

strides in recent years. County in every other middle to depend upon the conditions of us- :. white, and Indica alba; the sal cents on the market. 9 are not sufficient and that They can't be minus tails and they

agents and home demonstration cut the roots about a week before age. For example, the fact that mon tinted Lawson, and Due the commission's procedure was must not have broken legs or suffer 1str

agents have helped families with transplanting. Two or three days a fabric may be made into a fashion d'Rohan; the rose-pink Elegana, Tallahassee Dr Edward Con- Improper and subject to attack by from any other handicap, in

their vegetable and fruit problems, later they will do the same In the garment which will only receive Brilliant, George Franc, and adl, president of the Florida State utilities companies. other words, they must be whole

and<< have encouraged them to grow other middle. This leaves the plantsin a short period of wear, and Prince of Wales; and the scarlet College for Women since 1909, was rats, or not at all. The Rat Eater, f

% more of these products. Despite a block of soli that is easily then be discarded, does not sufficeas glory of Sunninghlil\ and Prince of 64 years old Monday. Followingout Daytona Beach-The thrills that according to his own statements,

t the fact that no little progress has lifted out with some flat surface. an excuse if the fabric tears, or Orange. a 13-year-old tradition, students Sir Malcolmn Campbell, noted has found rodent food one of the t

ail been made along this line, there The root pruning, part one day the color fades, in that period. On The Kurume azaleas are also ev- from the Institution sang hima British racing king, gets when he most delectable dishes.

is still room for much Improve- and part later, i is not severe on the the other hand there Is no need to ergreens. The blooms are small, happy birthday la a big serenade. hurtles down the beach at a speed 1

s 4 ment. plant, but causes it to send out' limit the choice among colors, ando dainty, and very numerous., The faster than any other human has Tampa Proposal that the 1t

t A fairly recent survey by the numerous small feeder roots into add to cost by putting fadeless- plants are very hardy and thus do Leesburg Winfree's Booteryhad ever traveled on land are great, governor and the members of his t

; ; agricultural economics department the soil that will be moved with to-light dyeings on fabrics only In- well in the colder sections. The I some signs painted for the big ut.-He would get a much greater cabinet should compose a State

l of the College of Agriculture Indicates the plants. The plants should be tended for evening wear. Suffi- finest varieties seem, to be Day- sale now being conducted. They thrill if he could ever find hidden debt-refunding commission was advanced

I that the' value of the aver- watered<< we" after each cutting In cient utility Is required for the fabric break, deep rose shading to silvery were the work of Harold Hoover pirate treasure. The British racer by Gov. Dave Sholtz here

'age home garden Is $34 a year, the the middle Is made and when the to last a reasonable length of rose; Cherryblossom, pink; CarmIne and he naturally put,his "sig" on has never out-lived his boyhood last week. The suggestion, broached )

NrL NrLh total value of home gardens In the actual transplanting is done. time In Its normal use, plus a reasonable Queen, carmine; Pink Pearl, each of them. So they all read: ambition to seek hidden pots of at a luncheon given by the officers .

State being two million dollars. In Mr. Ensign has observed that factor of safety. deep pink; Salmon Prince, pure 'Going Out of Business-Hoover." pieces of eight, Spanish doubloons, and directors of the South

numerous Instances, women and growers over the State who pray The greater part of the stressesto salmon; and Snowflake, pure white. and rusty iron casks of glistening Florida Fair Association to( the I
girls who have kept records of tice this system lose very few : which a fabric is subjected during All of these except Daybreak and
Tallahassee Dr. H. Mason em"raids, he said here. governor and members of his staff,
their home gardens and orchard plants in transplanting, growthIs its useful life are longitudinal, Snowflake have two perfect corollas Smith, of Jacksonville, president of included a tentative program to be

work, In cooperation with the scarcely checked, and better that is in the direction of the warp one inside the other, and are the State Board of Health, said the Miami Florida's appreciationof followed by the proposed commission
+ home demonstration<< agent, have yields are obtained. The systemhas threads. If a fabric must be weakened called hose-In-hose.
State budget commission asked the Col. Henry L. Doherty, millionaire for studying and clarifying the
sw shown that their garden and orchard been used In transplantingplants In either warp or weft to get Azaleas are best transplantedIn
board to cut its expenditure of scientist, engineer and Inventor problems of municipal indebtedness .
1 products can easily be made particularly cabbage, at the some special effect, it is therefore winter. They be tr M- .:
may annually state's busi-
state funds from $221,000 who is leading the in Florida, to the end of devising -
,1 to have a value of $100, $200, and Experiment Statldn, and quite a desirable that the weakness be in planted when In full bloom, and to $140,000. ness comeback, will be voiced in means to help the various
$300. Six million dollars a difference noticed In the the weft. In considering a weak
even was there Is no better time than now.
Miami early In March when HenryL. counties, cities and districts, to find
1 the State Is not too high and those Fabric weakness in the Is
for "blocked-off"
year plants warp klr, Hume explains. The plant .
Sanford Florida celery grow- Doherty Day will be celebrated.The a just and fair way out of their
P *a goal. planted In check plots by the old the more serious. ball of
should be moved a
ers meeting in Lakeland, unanimously event sponsored by the Miami financial dilemmas.The i
4 .j i The home demonstration agents method of pulling. The actual strength of a fabric earth about Its roots, and it should voted to extend the periodof ally News, is state-wide in scope
f .< urge what they tall\ calendar gardens depends on a number of factors; be set the depth at which It form- Miami business
,1 curtailment of the present maturing asd will bring to Index of farm prices reacheda
and orchards, or those from the of the fibre the
quality typeof The soil should be quite
leaders from
celery crop through the political and new low on January 15th, stand
t which fresh vegetables and fruits they earn, the closeness of the acid. This be accomplishedby
can week beginning February 27 as over Florida. The date will be an-
ing at that time at SI per cent ,
week In the WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The .
can be garnered every and the
weave the weight of ma- muck
adding mulching, or applying end
the of which time five weeks nounced shortly. of the pre-war average. (A year !
year. In times of surplus, canning terial. As all these facors affect of aluminum. The
Voice of Florida": sulphate will have since action
elapsed was .,
ago the index was at 63 per cent.)
can be resorted to, but even cans I, cost it may be taken that the soil must be well drained, yet there first instituted. Tallahassee Two of the five Eggs took a drop larger than the ,
cat_ '. and jars cost money which fresh cheaper the fabric for its type the should be plenty Of water to feed men awaiting execution In the 'I seasonal conditions warrant. On :.1.1i

t }r 4 "T vegetables! and fruits do not re- Gainesville, Fla. radio talks greater the risk of low strength. the many hair-like roots near the Miami-A. $2 bet won Mrs. W Florida state prison at Raiford the other hand, small advances

'4? flu Ire. by College of Agriculture workersare -Lucy Bell Settle. surface. Cottonseed meal and mix- J. Englebrecht $1,054 in the dally must go to the electric chair, under have been recently registered by

i Fresh products from home gardens sold scheduled as follows duringthe ed fertilizers, acid in reaction, are double wager at the Biscayne Ken- a. ruling of the state supreme court. apples, horses wheat and cotton.
and orchards are
Florida Farm Hour broadcast Home Radio Period giving good'results around the nel club track last week. She held J. W. Buchanan, Taylor county
k n" f in town, and thus supplement the WRUF between and plants, Mr. Hume states.
from noon
The following talks by workers the only ticket picking the win- farmer. slayer of two federal prohibition -
# family income In a substantial 12.45: EST, dally next week. with the State Home Demonstration ners of the seventh and ninth races 1 agents, and Elven E. Jeff- SAVE JOHN RUSKIN

1 way. Sat., Feb. 29-Florida Farm One hundred hens laying heavily as required. She Is owner, inci- coat, Plnellas county hammer slayer -
and Florida Ex-
A good goal, not Impossible of Department will transpire three or four gallonsof CIGAR BANDS :]
News and Hints. Farm Editorial
dentally, of the ninth race winner of his wife, lost their appeal to
achievement, is this; Florida, the periment Station will be given on water as vapor In a day. The ;
Snapshots. Vantona. the supreme court, which held the
Florida Home Period broadcast
land of sunshine, where every rural will off about half
of non-layers give
Mon., Feb. 27-The Control
superintendent of the state prlsoh,
dally next week from 9:45: to 10 Ask dealer
family eats fruits from its own this much. x your
thrlps on Citrus-J. R. Watson. Ocala of his authorized is the
Decrease of justice or deputy '
a. m., EST, over WRUF.
e r. vine and fig tree and vegetables for Premium
Containers for Citrus-D. E. Tim- new
the peace courts to the constitu- legal executioner.
Feb. 25-Parents' Forum.
from its own garden. About 8 of the 1931-3:
; What Crotalarla Has done percent
mons. Mon., Feb. 27-Clothing and tional minimum of two and speed- Catalog. MoroHavana'
for DeSoto County Soils-J. J. orange crop in the United States t
Style Suggestions' Miss Lucy Ing up of justice by allowing\ the Jacksonville If the 1933 legislature -
was exported, compared with an tobacco
The citrus outlook committee of Heard. Belle Settle I states attorney to file "Informa- has any plans of passing a

4 ('; the United State Department of Tues., Feb. Transplanting Tues., Feb. 28-The Garden Justifies -; average export of 10 percent of a tions" (equivalent to indictments) retail sales tax, a veto from Gov. is now

f j 1 Agriculture forecast the production Vegetable Seedlings-M. R. En- Itself-Miss Isabelle Thurs- crop that size. .were among the several recommendations Sholtz may be expected, he said

't\ for 1032-33 at 48,788.000 boxes of sign. Control of Melon Aphid.Dr. .- by. The Home Canning Budget- made by the grand jury In here before boarding a train for used in JOHN

4 \, :oranges and 13,221,000 boxes of A. N. T1 sot. Farm Question 1 Miss TUlle Roesel. Rayon-Leading viscose producers Its presentment here recently. Washington. He said he would RUSKINmaking
booked solid for
'. rapefrult. Box.Wed. Wed., Mar. Weekly Low Cost reported veto any such proposal laid before
Mar. 1 Fertilizing Trees March. January shipments at new I it the greatest
!/> Market Basket-Miss Anna Mae Gainesville Additional signatures him, adding there would be no additional I .
:; When God sends the springtime and shrubs-Dr. R. W. Ruprecht. Sikes. Nutritional Value of Sea- high for that month for several on the agreements to handle state millage over that already cigar value at 5c.

and the birds and the flowers, He Primer for Town Farmers. foods Dr. Norman D. Jarvla. concerns. trade certificates under the planof in force, levied at the next
''' sends hope and courage Thurs., Mar. 2 Peanut Pro- session. He said he based this Smoke the size
< also new Thurs., Mar. 2 Readings for finance adopted by the Gaines- on
1. his noblest craftsman, the man duction In Florida-W. E. Stokes Men's Clothes-Prices, low Improvement the fact there would -
Ii,to the Home-Mrs. Ida Keeling Cre- ville Chamber of Commerce. were be no necessity you prefer
'l t of the soIL-Selected. The Value of Sheep Demonstrations In sales expected being obtained last week by committees for it since the state was cutting -
in Washington County-Gus sap.Fri. rr Perfecto or
., Mar. 3 The Food Valueof actively at work. The total "deep into the deadwood" of
r : Madison Sidewalk at corner York. Tallahassee Sweeping reductions costs. Panetela.
Strawberries. O. D. Abbott. at noon today was believed to governmental operating r,
of Merchants and Farmers Bank, Fri., Mar. 3-Florida Farm Jobs in the price of fishing and
y Hints from U. S. Bureau of Home have reached at least seventy firms
.i Economics. hunting licenses, shorter hunting and Individuals, wholesale and retail Jacksonville Eddie Cantor

r ,,' season, and creation of a depart- professional and general. drew his largest crowd In Jacksonville i
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ment for conservation of Florida at the municipal radio elation NOW

''Y t tr Know ? BEAUTY AND VALUEOF wild life resources are recommended Sarasota-A bomb, hurled at a Sunday night, when he broadcast -

; r + Do You + J JI DEMAND FLORIDA PROTECTION WOODS in the biennial report of C. C. "co-operative" low price barber' his regular Chase & Sanborn A MORE HAVANA \
and fresh
Woodward state
game shop here caused damage estimatedat program over a nation-wide NBC .r
s' water fish commissioner. The report several thousand dollars. Win- network. Although but approxi-
hy" Gainesville, Fla. The beautyand ; will be submitted to the leg-
I .em ..wtkfr dows In two nearby departmentstores mately 150 saw Eddie's portion of J/lA eel ;
---- value of Florida
practical Islature In April. Woodward also and a hotel were broken, the program, with Jimmy Walllng-
woods demand protection from Its recommended the passage of a law ton and Meroffa Veli9hlf
mirrors In the shop were splintered Benny orchestra, MILD
greatest enemy, fire If these re- to prohibit the sale within the and equipment overturned. Authorities approximately 3000 patlenUy beard ;
sources of our great outdoors are state, or transportation out of the
expressed belief the bomb the broadcast ouslde the station
to be perpetuated Dr. Wilmon state for sale, of black bass. Present -
was a result of the shop owner'splan and waited for a glimpse of Can-
Newell dean of the University of
laws for bass
prohibit seining
to reduce barber prices. tor as he made a brief appearanceat
r ci Florida College of Agriculture, salt In various waters, but they are the conclusion of his broadcastat
early this week as he Inaugurateda taken commercially from the St.
9 o'clock.Tallahassee.
The State
series of talks for Florida Out- Johns river and Lake Okeechobee.
Barber Board baa advised Governor -
door Week. I
shrubs T" he asked. Sholtz that Its expenses will be Juvenile offenders
He urged that there was a deeper -
reduced from $1,600 month to commltteed by Federal courts SATISFY
and more serious motive back He stressed the significance ofa a CIGARS
$900. The reduction will from hereafter will be admitted to the
ui'' recent that makes come
of discovery
the observance of Florida Out pos-
door Week than the enjoyment ot sible the production of excellent dropping two employees in Tallanassee Boys Industrial School at Marianna 10, SMOKERS;
and the of the same as those committedby
the natural resources of the out- newsprint paper from slash pine, by reducing pay
Aye.t members of the board from State courts. Miss Helen :Mawer
doors. We should come to appreciate and predicted that as the supply of $10 GAINESVILLE CANDY CO.
t: their actual value and'lnaugurate Canadian spruce is depleted a vast to $T a day while active. Mileage State welfare commissioner: has Gainesville, Fla., Distributor

measures for safe-guardlni paper pulp industry will move to allowances have been cut to five

them for the future, he said. the South. lUwill come to FloridaIf cents a mile.

e I t Stressing the practical aspect the pines are abundant enough Wake Up Your Liver Bile

of the week Dr. Newell told how to warrant It. NewberryPlans have been an-
fire is annually robbing Florida No one doubts the Importance of: nounced here for a "Fiddlers' Con-

_ citizens of thousands of dollars, the turpentine and lumber Industryto ; vention" to be beld'February 28, -Without CalomelAnd

and hundreds of, thousands of dollars -. Florida, and all are agreed that with the members of the Newberry

in years to come. He quotedthe the first requirement to this, as Home Demonstration Club as hos-

eminent statistician, Roger well as the pulp industry, Is the teases. The convention program Is bee.
TonH Out of Bed U thl*brae b lOt flowbi tmtj: ,ran
lands scheduled to get under at the Jump
of Umber way .
protection against .
1 Piat Babson, that tourists spend about a-'t dIpd, n Ieeet. 4s s is lbe be-
250 million dollars In Florida each ,burning. Where the seed pines are clubhouse at 7:30: ( p. m. and the in the Morning: Rorin to GoIf Ou bloat. .. yen -... Tea base

,, t f a.1t year. "Right now when anything gone planting can .be done at a general public will be welcomed, thick,bad.....u4 rar bmth to foul skis!
that looks like income has a heart- I nominal cost he explained. leaders In handling of arrangements TOO feel our and sunk and the ton bmka oat ta MmMim Tear IoM4

1t }, to-heart appeal to every one of us, I: Another practical aspect of the for the event have an- world looks punk doat swallow a lot sakes...yMfMl dam sad.. .Year....

what are we going to do about I fire. question I Is that burning destroys nounced. el salts, mineral water, oil. laxative stees la pah'-t..

this source of Income Shall\ we the most valuable grasses, 1 candy: or chewing gum and expectsadtdfsunshine. 1'taa..loo4014C ATBB'1ISTfLdLf

discourage the tourists by trying to l leaving the poorest ones for the Tallahassee A reduction of I t VLR PIILa is gw u-two road.d bee

,::n. -Id'Ar.A 'smoke 'em out,' or shall we sub- cattle on the range. "Twenty acres approximately thirty-seven per Sowing. r..I7 sad eaksyoa,.....p cep'

rw.aw ,,-.. ...,.... due and prevent these fires and to the cow" is the range cattle cent was requested in the appropriation For they can't do It. They only nr .natal* trenched aarmlaa, t aa.*

t.,. THAT In this altar. In the Pilot Tower. of the Canadian Parliament give nature a chance to cover the man's guide on most burned areas, for the state forestry move the bowels and a mere movement vetvtebU. ...B..,.........whiai H eooM M

.t l In Ottawa, I is contained the Book of Remembrance In landscape with attractive trees.and he explained, whereas the Florida board by Governor Sholta and the doesn't get at the cause. Th I sating. Uoe"'" low hwey.Betda9esklaUwepma'- .
which I. Inscribed the names of all\ aoldlara who lost their Experiment Station has shown budget commission, State Forester reason for:your down-and-out feeling ;.+kfarlwrter.
n 'r live In the World War Th* altar. Canadian from Great Britain to and How to Do Them-J. Fancis that the same land in Improve Harry Lee Baker said. The depart- Is your Brer. It should pour out two Little Ltor mta.' Leek to...BMM Career*

r of Canada.all Upon who the walls of the chamber are being chiseled' the names Cooper. Increasing the .Taylor' pastures, protected from fire, will ment now receives $40,000 annuallyand pounds of liquid bile. into your bowels Ltttto IJhvt m w th* ... WM*.Be M s
men served In the Canadian: .
forces '
during_ the wart County Feed Supply-R. S. Dennis. support an animal to the acre. it was asked to cut this to daOy. ".Ltathue.tsn..o.sr r 1 Of/n,0.1Lc.

,_."' \ '-Jo-.b(_ : Rti Mrs _*J se4 i Im'f3' ; :t"fIIIIiJ,; r.... ,' ,"" .rI wo'-' ..)..iJl ,.;".:o., 'Ij.,.,..."" "" .... .1Ii'ft'i". .' ._._.__ :<<", 111I' 1j! i1l.f i, Ld"<1"" .......'".. ........--.litjl._&u-,.I,.,...... "_.-. :;; ii .._._._ _J,,_ ""' .._. -,'.",, ;.- ,', -"-:r"r' '--. '-' !1. :Wf : i. "" -- .
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b- where sickness and suffering are ADDITIONAL SCHOOL- NEWS-- I State; l agents along with 18 specialists in i tHTKII'4 I"I.B 4,j t'I I !' il"

unknown and where "farewell" is CLIMATE AND ITS Capital NewsSale I the extension department at Hi,'i'i>by nntlC'lJ In a-lvon thnt .tufdvr. { '' i
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I, never spoken. He Is an all-wise Gainesville also are affected by the and by vitro, of that fortaln doVreanf I I I .! '
and just God to have her not suffer RELATION TO INDUSTRY foi iTloaurft and Male mad. and 'r" ( 1 .[
I recommendations. entered by the lion. A. Z. Adklnf, "lot.; ,"
I !
longer. All know that she is I C Judge, of the Circuit Court of the 'I';''f f I I ". 'S
happy in Jesus and is waiting for Climate has a greater Influenceover of licenses in January 0th Judicial Circuit of "Florida In '!' \ : .
Rubber.PrIce cuts
the industry of the world. brought in 17286.77 in revenue emphasize.Inten81'Iy and for nrndfoii County, on ;0..... I
her husband, son, and daughtersto situation nth, A. r>>. 1033 In that I I
| Tby word i is a lamp onto ay feet and a light nato my path.-Psalm 119:105.AI1 : meet her up there. than! anything else although many to the State Game Department, within the competitive Tire "pi-n<1ln.r In set, Court between i-ertnln. cau Maty .,,' I.I

people seldom give It a thought.In while cost of administration was Industry. buyerscan Adam Dike a free denier' nn cone, t (
religious teaching doctrine A vacant place is in our home fill their needs below cost. 1IAlnant. and J. M Moor... Mary I' _
or one region of the world. whereit $4,994.50, according to Charles C. Moore, Fred J. Home ,
and tears stream from our and Ell* them ; "
creed U C
eyes -
they to have claim
are any is Woodward state commissioner.The Home are defendnnte. the \
ipon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with since mother left us here alone to hot. dry windy, there ia Farm Equipment-Manufacturers ala-ned a* Spaniel' Mftater aha 1 I I i

the teaching* of Jesu the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice dwell with her Savior. Oh I how little or no vegetable growth of department now has $79- realize that special induce- to the Ilia-heat and boat. "' undor'I I

of the human heart, and of whom" it was aid In John 7:46,"NEVER MAN hard we tried to save her but prayers Importance and very little animal 018.94 on hand in Its treasury. ducementa must be made to maIntain each the court In front houae of In th.city Rniith' of .}, i'I I I

FAKE LIKE THIS MAN. and tears were all In vain. life. The hot, windy, dry climate present trade position. Flradford County, Florida, duringtlu> ; r
does not support life as well M Governor Dave SJiolta! says he lea-al hour of gale, on Monday thtt .! t I
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to osa this deoartment > Happy angels came and took her : I
Pastor* Sib day of March, A. n 1018: the
"most certainly" intends to be I .
j I';
for news of church activities, organizations and announce from this world of toil and pains. regions which are moderately ccol i New Port Rlchey-Seven and following I it ml, lylnir anil belna< In I I

mrnts. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement God said it was enough "Comeup and damp. This causes the parts present at the conference of governors one-half per cent dividend paid to Commencing Ttradrnrd. County 70 Florida, tt>-wlt: I'. i I I
of the 48 states in Washington yard north of : I IfI"lhw..t
of the world -
that such Item reach this office before Wednesday morning having cooler weather ; ,
being higher. You are not forgottenhere depositors of First State Bank re corner of $W14 of NKH ,
otherwise Uiey cannot be handled for current twine. dear and more rain to be superior to 1 which Franklin D. Roosevelt of "Meet' Inn 84. Townahlp 7 South, ""I''
mother nor will cently.
-a you the hotter dryer ones. It Is easier will hold two days after he la Hnna-e 81 R""'. .thence run emit 32.t: .. '
ever be as long as life and memory I. yard 'to a poet, (hence north 83 .I
Whoever is blest by Jesus especially to live there for people can raise inaugurated president. I yard to a ,ditch thence F.a.t alone '
last and we will always think of I. Construction expected to start .
I said ditch 810 .
those given salvation both vegetable and animal prod- Declaring the calling together feet thence north-
SUNDAY SCHOOL.: I II A vacant chair building Citrus eaMerly along said .
you. can never soon on County ditch COO fear .
should speak to others who have ucts to sell to other countries that of the governors of the states as 'I thence went. 100 yard.* to ,
LESSON I II be filled. stretch of apoet
We miss oh how road No. 74 from Her-
I II not;.found the Lord as a Savior.METHODIST you need It. A home In a cooler more soon as he is Inaugurated president I hence\ north to north "
I we miss you. nando to Ocala. of NKV. > of said Sort I Ion,,"T'.tW: I'I'i i
-- 4) She damp climate, Is also much more shows the "true democracy of the and Rano-e, thence. went to northwest '
FEBRUARY 28, 1983 was a very loving and devoted pleasant than one near the hot desert -'' president" Governor Sholta said corner. of aald, NWU of NIl:' "

FOR wife and a dear sweet mother lands. 'I' the action "will contact the people SCHEDULE CHANGED commencement.thence South KtO yarda to point of ..

to her son and to her '
Subject: Jesus Shows His Power. Morning sermon at 11 o'clock. daugh- The climatic conditions while of all the country. as near as A. B. CHBWH. I
ters. Heaven The in schedules
Bpeclal Mauler
seems much brighter following changes In Chancery
Golden Text: "For I know' Miss Raymond. daughter of Dr. and nearer since mother Is there. favoring one crop may destroy an!, practical. through their elected are announced by the S. A. L. KNIOIIT A KNinilT Stark.. Fla, "
I have believed and am persuaded G. P. Raymond pastor of the Bap- other. For Instance two or three chief executives." Knllcltora for Complainant f..
whom There are loved ones la Heaven Ry. Co., effective De-u. 15: 2-10-41-3-3. }t
that be Is able to keep that tist church will address the Meth- kinds of vegetables are grown In -__ f I ,}
whose dear forms often SouthboundNo. --- I
unto him odist congregation at 7:30. Miss miss one locality. While one need Governor Dave Sholtz has said *r
which I have committed one by one they went may 1, due Starke 11:17: p. m. %TICH OK F.1.. (''1'IO'Y I!:,
against that day." 2 Tim. l:12b.: Raymond is a missionary and has At the away. warm, dry weather and sunshinefor he will not assign any more circuit fly (the power vented. In Item, bv .

Text: "Mark 4:35-411: ) valuable information for our age of fourteen mother the best maturity of the fruit, Judges or transfer any more local.No. the lawa of Florida, the Board; of .
Lesson 11 due Starke public, :;
gave her heart to Jesus and joined 9:38: a. m. Instruct' of Fliadfnrd Coun I 1
:Mark 15:18.Practical: churches and it is a rare chancewe the another will need cloudy. damp state attorneys to other circuits ty talla an election. to be held at

Truth: Cbrlat'a power have of news fresh from the Baptist Church at Deadon. weather. Therefore, while one man except in emergencies, until next local.No. /the following named Vitro on 1 L
Her membership always was at 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m. March 14th, IH13, for the mirpone
over nature and over demons is a foreign field. Let's remember the this profits by the weather, his next July 1.The limited. of elecllnir. three trimtee, each, and, .
of His deity. hour and day-next Sunday at 7:30P. : church. She was there every door neighbor may lose a whole governor said the last biennial determining. the ntlllMo-e to .be a"- I '"
proof Sunday as long as she was able to No.- 101 due Starke 10:95: : p. m. *faed, In each dletilct., t" .
Time! and Place of LeMon: A. M. Come! Come. to crop. This may happen quite a appropriation for traveling limited. For the PUrt"' ... of holding ail .f

|D 28: Sea of Galilee and Eastern go she conduct service the best way bit; then it will injure the trans expenses of court officials Is ex- election' the manaiteia' are a* fol- ''I .;;
how. lows1)iutricl' : ,
thereof. TENT SERVICE fer companies for there Is no pro haunted and gave this as the reason Northbound .. If I"
No.1. Thl .
shore c "n-O IV
Mrs. L. D. Polk > .
And the same day:' means the had a host of duce to haul and they can not earn for this action. No. 2 due Starke S:03 a. m. local. Hlnaoit Albert Sullivan soil Clove- f" ,> .I1'

which Jesus had preachedfrom On Sunday Feb. 26th, at 11 a. friends all over the State. All much money. The 1931 legislature gave judges No. 12. due Starke 3:17: p. m. land. HiilllvnnDlatrlct No.3. l'j", I
(lay on Rtntke-U TOreen \ 1'1 i'
the boat on the western shore m. Rev. W, H. Bolden will preachhis who knew her loved her. We cannot Often when early spring crops $1,500: and state attorneys $ iOO a local.No. J. C Ituhlnxon and ii,'. Mlil- 't j' IJ
"if Lake Galilee as set out' in the first sermon In his tent at Law- call her back but we can go are already planted and growing, year traveling expenses. 108 due Starke 0:46: p. m. dlcton.nun) ,."lot No II, T.nwfi n H. I'' '
to her. As r >
two next proceeding les ons. tey near the city hall hall. Every- a neighbor she was there will be a sudden drop In tem local. Thude J .H.. Aunt In mid James K(>"- ,
body Invited. ever ready to give loving help In The Stale Board of Control has Starke and Wannee Branch No. ler .1 I
Unto the other Hide"-to the cordially perature; the plants will be frozen nietrlct. No. -J/. H Norman J. .':
l Eastern side of the lake. time of need and sickness. She and killed. Early vegetables will ; given its approval to'a plan of 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. !If. lionler and T). Carter .,' .

And when they had sent away PRESBYTERIANServices : will not only be missed by her be scarce and prices will be high. i honor work at the Florida State 102 arrives 2:40: p.. m. Cronby nialrlct' and No Hurley 18--41..0.McHae. Cone. .. W T 3. M" \, '

the multitude they took him even church and family but by the whole All this is due to changing cli- College for Women here. The pro T. J. Griffin, Agent. W. C. !MANKIND Chairman, t'' "i"1 :. 'I

as be was In the ship and there Sunday, February 26: 1 community.We matic conditions. A crop may also gram will become effective with t-lft.6t.3-IO.A. .T (1HIFFI8 I Hi'cietary. "f fit rl f.'

were also with him other little 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. Williams -' know her relatives sorrow. be ruined and much money and labor the opening of the 1933-34 term Cloning; of Mull Iltt"It. "

i acting We realize that neither human next September. Selection of honor iaMi-iii, (III NAI.NHereby &
ships." In Matt. 8:19-22.As: they supt. lost, through damage done to I South i r

were starting across the lake) 1 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon words nor sympathy can fully consol crops by hall and windstorms- students will be mado this se- Train No. 11, parcel post, 0:00: and by virtue notice of I I.that given certain.mat under final. ., .1.i

And a certain scribe came. and I by the pastor. Theme, "Two for their their saddened hearts, another example of the Influence of mester. a. In. decree of foreclosure and jab nf !y.f
Great of Jesus." but we pray for them and commend President Edward Train No. February 7th A P. t>y
said unto him Master I will follow Requests climatic conditions on industry, Conradi said I 107, letters special delivery the; Honorable. A. Z!.1 'Jk..n'*. judge, ,

thee whithersoever thou goest. 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. them to prayer and to the Much property Is destroyed each he believed the system, adopted by and special handling 10:00a. : In that certain case of T. C. Craw I ,,

The Leader Helen Mersereau. Topic study of God's Holy Word, where the faculty last December would m. ford a* complainant ve. Flnaale Mat. I __ _
And Jesus salth unto him. year. by fire caused by lightning., thew et al. a. defendant. pending* .
foxes have holes and the birds of "How Can We Make Christ Attractive they will find peace and comfort More material haS' to be purchased mark the greatest single advancement North I In the Circuit Court, of Bradford .j .

the air have nest; but the Son of to new Americans?" There was left to mourn her and so, again while these condi- In educational policies of the Train No. 12, parcel post and County. Floridaln Hpeclal. I Master Chancery will, theunderalfrned l ___________

man hath not where to lay his 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song death her husband L. D. Polk tions Injure one, they help another,, College since 1924 when it was letters, 2:50: p. m. to the highest bidder for each. ell In I i 4.t'? .' _

head. And another of his disciples and sermon. one son, Clifton, and two daughters still maintaining nature's balanceof placed on the list of approved colleges Train No. 108 Letters, apeclal front hniiae.of In the city South of door u..rk.of. (he Bradford court .'I _

said unto him. Lord. suffer me firstto Prayer meeting Wednesday at Audrey and Lorena Polk all power.In of the American Associationof delivery and /special! handling 0:10: County .Florida, on !Monday the tth : '-i(

and father. But 7:30: p. m. ;of Brooker; her father, Frank Fowler northern climates Colleges and Universities. m. day of March, A. I). 113.1 during fl.
bury my people p.
I h. legal' hour of Dale the following ,
Jesus said unto him. Follow me; A cordial Invitation to all our of Brooker; three sister Mrs. weary of such severe winter weather Night malls close at 6:00: p. m.- described real. estate. lying and be ,

and let the dead bury their dead." services extended to all. Doshla Prescott; Mrs. Amerine and go south to sunny, pleaa- The new home for soldiers In St. Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; wit inyin: Bradford County, Florida to. ,

'And there arose a great storm -- Gynn and Mrs. Mandy Minton of an climates. where life Is more I Petersburg has been formally accepted train No. 2, North, 5:08: a. m. I Plant: half of srcvj of Section It, 'i' _I
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Plant City and a half-sister Mrs. by Maj. Gen. Frank T. Township A South Range. 23 .
Jf wind and the waves beat into I enjoyable. This helps to build up I Starke and Bell BranchTrainNo. 6 .. Kant ft. .
except Acre In Northweat .
Jthe ship' so that it was now full. Arizona Bailey, of Plant City a places other than their immediate HInes administrator of veterans''affairs. 101. mall closes 7:00: a. m, No. of Nh'. % of $"lt: %. corner : i

And he was in the hinder part of There will be services at Kings- half-brother, Mr. Leonard Fowlerof home districts. In behalf of the federal 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Ala. lie \V.nt II acre. of HW.4 of v _

ley Lake Sunday, February 26, Brooker besides a host of other government. Entire of the HW-i In Section B, Township 6
|he ship asleep on a pillow; and Floods caused by an excess of charge Blue BUll Schedule Houth, Itnnga 23 Seat _
hey awake him and say unto him preaching by Pastor Rev. Wm. relatives and friends. rainfall at one time destroy prop- property has been transferred by A. 8. CREWS. d

Master carcst thou not that we Bailey. Subjects: Mrs. Li. D. Polk was born Jan- erty and lives but"on the other the contractor to M. Bryson regional Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. KNiriHT Special A KNIOIIT.' !Mafttor Htarke In Chann.ry., Fla. --3' _

[perish? and he arose, and rebuked The Day of the Lord. uary 31, 1891 and married L. D. hand they aid In industry by bringing director of veterans' affairs. Northbound::03 a. m., 1:09: p "Holli' 'Itor. for Complainant. .F'I' ,3 _

the wind and said unto the sea 1. It will come suddenly. Polk July 31, 1911. They would In rich, fertile soil from other The new home now begins to function m., 4-69: p. m., 8:19: p. m. 2-10-4-8-3 .-
I Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12-34: _________
have J p
'eace be still. And the wind 2.-Judgment on apostate.' soon lived together 22 years. places. liS.a hospitalization unit of OIIIIKII Fllll Fltll'ICATlOVIn

Tickets and Information at Circuit Bradford County, State ot ft
[And he said unto them why are 4. Destruction of the Anti- Deadon Church Tuesday morningat weather Is prevalent, animal and and hospitals established to care Smith's Service "'lnrl next to
you so fearful? how is It that ye Christ. 10 o'clock. Pallbearers.were: G. vegetable life are found In abundance for disabled veterans of the World courthouse. Station ( B Corpenlng, Cnmplaln- -.

[nave no faith?" 5. Satan cast Into the abyss. H. Parker B. F. Hazen, C. S. Kelley but the excessive heat Is War. ant v*.. J. ISuvena Corpenlng, JJefendant 1r. ..
A writer describes such storms 6. Judgment on Christ rejectors. J. D. Baxter, L. R. and R. M. apt to discourage Industrial de MtHTKH' NAI.M It appearing* 'by affidavit appended ., li .;. _
These will be taken Gainey. Interment made Continuing its work Notloe IH hereby given that under tn the bill filed. In the abovetated ; L
parts up as was in with the
gas follows: The surface of the Seaf velopment. In the frigid zones and by vltrue I of a final' decree of ....".. that J. Kugene Corp.n- ',
> Galilee Is 6825 feet below the time permits until they are taught. the family lot at Deadon Cemetery. where there Is little or no vegetation pruning shears in trimming budget fore-cloaure mad and rendered by Ing, the defendant. therein. named I I.n I. t'r'' 'if'i': '._ _
Everybody welcome. Come and The DeWitt C. Jones Company, the few have recommendations to meet conditions the Honorable, A. X. Acikin.,,. Judgeof non-rentdent of the Mtate of Fli>rIda '. '4 I.
level of Moreover people difficulty
the Mediterranean.
111. Circuit Court of the and I. a resident of Marlon In I I'-i
it is surrounded by steep worship with us. was in charge of arrangements.Mrs. in living and can follow very few of the times, the State Budget Hlxth I JtitllclRl; Circuit I of Florida Twenty-, Inanl the Htate of North Carolina and l iii ..1.111.1ov.r _
J. L. CommissIon. for Bradford Iho age of twenty-one, ) year. ,
Silcox. Clerk. Arizona Bailey. presided over bv County. In Chancery -
cliffs and by hills from three hundred occupations dated 13th day of Feb, HISS 'It I I. therefore ordered that said non- ... ft
to more than a thousand feet Tb-US. we see that the temperate the governor, lopped off $$700,000 In that certain raue therein lately realdant defendant be .and he I I. ,.i. I -
TIIEKESSA BAPTIST CHURCH Card from the two State hereby required to appear to the .
of Thanks where climatic Institutions of endlng between Kdward II Jarvla,
high. Therefore the sea is very hot zones conditionsare !ndlvldiially and Kdward II Jarvla, b'lI of complaint filed. In Bald ca,... ii
,it the surface, and great masses We wish to thank friends and more regular and where it is higher learning. a. Administrator. of the, eatata of on or before. Monday. the Hlxth day tin .
Services will be held Saturday The budget commission also decided )Hlnnclm jarvIs' or March. A. D. 1913. otherwise theallegationof ft'
of air rise from it. To take their neighbors for their kindness and neither too hot nor too cold are deceaaed, Complainant hill (
., ealil will he takenaa jI, .11th)
v. Nli'holite .
before the third of each to Idemn Idnma,
lace cold air rushes in from the Sunday sympathy which was shown to us best suited to the development of recommend to the Legis- Pile wife, If married. Harry Idema. .",,''to..d by..... defendant. iii 1t1i13

{Mediterranean: on the west from month. during the illness and at the death civilization and industry. lature that Florida discontinue I I MM wife If married.. If deoeaaed. hla I I It la.be further ordered. that this I' ?, icil .1.1order
puhllahd once a week forfour
D. L. legal repreaentatlvea. lawful heir ;
Pastor. federal ,
ithe mountainous region on the Phillips of our loved sister. We are grate Westerly winds are also an Important matching funds on three i I l'KateoM, devlaeea gtanteea, admin- cnnHacutlve. week In the Bradford _
e ful for the floral offerings. factor In climate. They major projects supervised by the iHtratora and executor. and any oth I County Telegraph, a newipaperpuhllahed h -
ast and from Mt.
; snow-clad Her- LAWTEY CHURCH UUUAJ.auaY In call. County and HI.,.. f4iy .
State Department of Education !'er pernon claiming by. through or .
non to the north. It is focused (Signed)- Mrs. Arizona Bailey blow the surface water of warm under him or them de&.nIant.& the 1 hla first day ot February, 1333. f 1. ,

' by the in the aides of the Mrs. Amanda Minton, of Plant ocean currents into great drifts totalling $104,970.16 a year for the uniteralgned who WM* therein. appointed ("Mnul V. J. THOMAS 1 ;
gorges First Baptist Church bletinlum. These aa Mpoilal!I I Maater In Chan- Clerk CircuitCourt, ftj ; ; -
ea. and descends upon its surface City Fla.Largo and the warm water keeps the harbors projects cover i> ery to execute. the name will ont J. I. FRAZKK.Hullcltor : d, a_______

with great force and suddenly Hev. L. F. Chapin. pastor. In colder countries from being the teaching and supervision of ag- I Monday April 3rd. A. I>. 1833: during for Complainant. 1: ,i. ..1
very and riculture In high of home t the legal hours of sale before 83BtSS..Mirici! .
Preaching services first Largo Feed and Supply blocked with ice during long schools the : t-
sometimes when the sky is Court hues door In !Htarke Florida' i .
perfectly) clear. Usually these third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Co. moved to new quarters in Ul- cold winters. Because of the drift ecomonlcs and vocational rehabil--I, Hell. to the hlwheat and! beat bidder. ': OF Ki'i-.t.: IAI, M\'I'ICI& .I
m. itation. for, caali the following described HALM mer building. of water blown by the wind Ham-
torms come and disappear sud- land altuate, lying and Ijefnjc 'In Notice I I. hereby .given that unitepand fri'' .'
lenly but sometimes they last twoIr Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- merfest a port within the Arctic Appropriations for the University UrndforI\: 'r't'iu Florida, to-WIt: pursuant. to that certain. final. I i1 _
three wood, supt. Stuart Boxing arena being Circle Is open all year while other of Florida and the Florida The : tin If of the North went decree nf foreclosure and ala made i (, '
days. State College for Women have quarter of the Houtheaat quarter of on the 10th day of pacember, A. D. ,,i
Even the experienced fisherman Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- constructed on third floor of ports considerably farther south been "Section' 34. Townahlp. 6, South llange 11)33 and entered. In the Circuit __

vere alarmed and to Jes- nesday.B. Stuart Amusement Lodge. are blocked with ice all year be- reduced from $1,000,000 to 1200. 32 Kant. containing. 20 acre mom Court of Bradford county Florida In (I. f,'
appealed 000. The decision of the or lean, with the appurtenance' *. that certain cause herein pending I--; ,
Y. !
P. U.: 6:30 p. m. Sunday. cause no wind-blown ocean current budget _
is for assistance. He "rebukedhe rlnli Hula to h"> made ptiruant tn wherein' Austin Cary. I is Complain
wind" and it ceased to blow -' Leesburg M. H. Entz opened reaches them. On the other hand commission may do away with I HiUil decree to nallufy. the seine and ant and H C. Idlilrtdg-e; Carlyle; j.l.

; Grace M. E. Church wholesale bakery in former Tom the cold currents from numerous federal aid projects 'in CoNt. Peek and Ilva peek hi* wife; M. 10. 1i, -r- -
I 10 said to the Sea. "Peace be still" H K. PKHRYMAK. IJdwarda, a widow: Cornelia Peelc' 4. I
f>nd it became calm-the "rise and I Rev. W. B. Christy. pastor. Boy Bakery building. northern waters are carried to these two institutions. Aa Hpeclul Mauler. In Chancery Long, a widow! Julian I* J'eek Sad .,''l
Governor Sholtz 2-17-51-3-17. I Clara Peek his wife -
said .oie
that although !- : Peek .
Mil. or swell of the sea" at once Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat ---- Perryman, ..ndoJ., K. Ferryman her '3. 5

eased. Even after a storm atpea 11 a. m. and.: 7:30: p. m. every county agent and every VOIItl] o." AIIM.HWIIOlOll. huabandi: laahel 1 Peak. Hitch and "I
And the Worst is Yet to Come-- home demonstration agent In TAX (Jitma, II. Bitch, her huiband; 3 W. -_ _
IIKKIIXotlce : :
Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : Andrewa.
ceases the rise and fall in great the State have Inline Peek Hayle .and B. _
might to .i
unless le ..
go h.r.bflv. ", that Rthel F Haylee, her hu,,band
ftvaves Sinclair
m. ; I.
the "swell will .. t 3
of the .
sea, -- -- ... Individual counties are willing to M ""nr.., holder of tax ovrtirieate P..k and Myra Peek bla ..,reV..
ontinue for hours. This rise and I Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. bear the entire burden N.L anu 1. the 7th day (at July A. U. u.. '1'orod.. and Pauline Toro...,: hi* ii 4 _
of their salaries
.LII is caused by the force of grav I Mary Moore aupt.I office lino ha. filed Maid rertlrlrale In my wife; and Sinclair, I* Peek aa A t-tmlnlctrator I r _ _
and made .
approximately half application for tax ut Ih
a million
I Comer L Peek
itythe most universal and powerful League, 6'30: p. m. Sunday. I' dollars ded. to l lust.. thereon. In accordance deceased, ;are Defendant. I will, '
law of nature. It required a __ appropriated for nonessentials with law Bald certificate. embraces Coil at puhlli) outcry for cacti. to the : _ _
I had been eliminated the followingdewrrllitfd property. eltuntoil highest. bidder. at the front door of -
Uolatlon of that law to quiet the Fraternal J W from the budget. In Bradford County. Florida" the County corthouB.. In Mtarke. .

'ea at once. That is regarded as Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. ) tu-wlt Kradford County, Florida during*
KM of SKI4 of the
SW14 Ifee. lt-<-tl, legal hour of nle nil the Sib i _
|.ne of Christ's greatest miracles. M., meets at city hall! building 1st Five supervisors In the State 20 acre. day of March A. t>. 1913, those ..

After their experience with the and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:iSO p. m. $j working out of Superintendent, tinder The the aHHoffNment sail rertlflcate of said. (aimed property wa. certain In Bradford pieces' County of property, Florida situate and t.yi' _

torm they landed on the eastern T. T. Blackburn, W. M. Cawthon's office, will be affected In t7nlena tie, name of l>r. O. (* Meynee. described a* follows: I..5 .

bore ot the lake. or Sea. of Galilee. O. J. Phillips, Secy. and several hundred teachers employed deemed according said certificate 10 law shall tax",be deedwill re- South 8'of Section. IS TownshIp 4 .iI

"And when he was come out of I C In teaching the subjects I..i,. thereon tin the 20th day of NJ4 Ilange\ ali 22 deecrlbed East:. and NW\ of N', _
Ihe IN MEMORY MRS. L. D. FOLK of Mann A. t>. I 101.1 a* NV4\ of ,. I,
ship there met him a man with which will be discontinued If state I Jutted thin Ith day. of February Town N'4 of Iotn I and 2 In Hecrlon 34 I _
n unclean spirit who had his A. r>. UU. blp 4 South Range 22 Hint.: .
appropriations are withdrawn. K
; H _
welling among the tombs and non (Contributed..) (Heal" A, 3, THOMA.W, "' M.t.HUMI'HKYS.t.
: \9iL 4 County agents whose salaries are I Clerk of Circuit Court FRED 'f."etnl: r In Chancery.
of Brooker ,
A Christian
could bind hIm-he had been woman
paid by federal state and county Ttrndford County, Jrlorldl.175t.317. \. ('ompl.1 n..n"'* Solicitor '
'flea bound with fetters and departed this life :Monday: morning, I appropriations also will be dropped l-27-6t-2-24. I- _

hains and the cains bad been February 6. Mrs.. L. D. Polk, three r-\ ( p unless counties arrange to bear I ------ noriru' '

lucked asunder by him and the years ago, was taken to a hospitalIn Notice le hereby given. that the following described
the entire land
\ \ IT 1 )L #1 expense. at I will b* laid
-tiers broken, neither could any Gainesville where she underwentan I- i I ". ,, "euaMi; .ff gi 1 Seven supervisors and agents In the.Pt'tI: ..auctlonontheiFIJt;., before the Courthouse IN AIAIICII.Door at ittarlc.131 I U being: *
Ian tame him. operation. She improved -end '/ %J ford rointy stats "f FI..rlcl" or In itrail-
And when he saw the extension department of the .0 much thereof a. will b.
55S 10 necessary
% pay the a"'nunl due for .
esus afar off fce ran and worshiped came back home but soon beganto ._'' .:-'m -, Florida State College for Women Ih. Cost. of such sale and adv.rtl.ing set. opposite C. A. Knl the ht.same Taz together Coll.ctot.'! with
him, and cried with a loud get worse and was taken to \ 30 county homo demonstration Itrmrtlflla M
olce and I several doctors. but none could do _, SK'4 of NW\ T.i II. A OnraerA T.-. {'n..t
said what have I to do % 3
.F ----------- U 44) Z. Adklne ______,_ _
Ith thee thou Son of the most her any good. This sweet woman fik southern waters along with icebergs All NWy_ of tlJIJiJ\- of canal -
------------.28 33 7 Arthur .
>'gh' God n adjure thee by God suffered very much but never and cold fogs and mists and One A In NW (:or. of 8W& Wood 2131

hat thou torment me no.t. For: heal complained of her long Illness. r-k' 4'J : blocking the ports for a consider- Lot of SB14 I !a:\ot In Blk Htarke Id Original---___20 II 22 1 r>r. o T.. Hayne* ,.. n." _________

: <1 unto him Come out of the She was always pleasant even to able portion of the year. Town of stark In NKJ4ot :

pan, thou unclean spirit. the last, always bad a loving smileon Different' climates cause peopleIn HW'? -____-______23 ( 22 P. F. Stump .__ U.U
Lot 24 of Blfc 7 City Park
Verses 9-17 tell of the demons her face and always a glad welcome ''f3- different regions to follow occupations Sub Div W. A C/. Addition 4 _ _

'>lng out of the demoniac and Into 'for her neighbors. best suited to their locali to Htarke -_----.21 4 22 F. P. Clump ._. 1.81
Block A B C D Stump' addition
he herd of swine, and of the re- She never spoke a cross word ties. If the climate and weather to Htark. In 8'/ of-

lest from th\ people that, Jesus while she was ill, but always conditions were the same the world BK'/4' of NK4! -.. __. 29 6 :22 F. F. "Stump. ___.n 11.11
Com 210 ft W of SW Cor of
.lVe their country. praised her Savior till the last. She over the people might all be following Madlaon. A Myrtle ft*. <%

'He that he l been possessed was glad to have her pastor and one occupation. Then where run W 210 ft to West

f ith the devil p 'yed him that he friends visit her and pray with her. would the world be? said moreland Ht. 420 Bt.ft thence K 210 H ft on N

P'ght' be with hi'1'1. Howbeit Jesus But the morning broke and the Joy And so, the wheel of Industry 420: ft to b.... ,dHlgnat _

ered him no*. but salth unto bells of Heaven were singing that moves on, aided or hindered as on Htarke map of a daxklni'* Clark 3 Add A Jm.F

urn, Go bome to thy friends and another heart had made peace with the case might be, by the different ;!;jk. -, --------_-__-29 II 22 t D. C. Holtaendorf __ .U a

PU them how treat things the God. Climatic conditions* 8WV.NK14: of ex NCJU 10 A ore A 8 SB3t4..Id f. of_-31 II 23 70 n C. Tloltiendorf U ell _

ord hath done f r thee and hath We know that she Is at the end I .II. Iil Jessie May Brannen. fIIEI4 i of !NWU ____ ____94 6 22 40 W, A. Jieaaent Jr. __ 17.'.
'a compassion and Is In the land II' E(4 of a t Alot In 8W Cor
thee. of her
Grade 10 for Science I B
on way -- -- .. -- of BE 14 of SB(4! ( of SEVi-.n 7, 23A W II. Griffin .__.__un 11." _



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TIlE AX THREATENS and lived on the lat of the land. in the union. find you In; ,
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished When the ranchers saw the f, Fifth""-Itxia the greatest; yellow For every day< I stand outside

The economy Ax of Governor Maybe You'veHeard tracks/ of the wolf pack, they no- pine and cypress lumber' producingstate. door, :. you

1877 Sholtz threatens to strike a heavy ticed that one of them ran on three And bid you wake, ana
blow at small agricultural counties It But feet. They shook their heads and Sixth-It has snore cigar taco fight and win. rise/ 10

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class In the State if plans are car- said-"It will be wellnigh impossible tories and produces more cigars'

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ried out to discontinue matching to catch those wolves, for than any other state. WaU not for precious chances pay.
I Federal funds for extension work. one of them has been In a trap.It Seventh-It has and can produce ed away,

E. L. Matthews_____________________Editor and Owne Public sentiment has been with STRAWBERRY- CREAM seems a pity that wolf pups more phosphate than any other Weep not!for golden ages on the j
the Governor thus far in his efforts should have more sense than the state. wane
a to economize, but if he takes away Folk who have begun to wonderif young of the human race. The Ninth-It is one of the largest Each night : burn the recoids! of
SUBSCRIPTION RATE our farm agents and our home northerners have-suddenly stopped former readily learn to avoid the cattle raising states. the day- ,

j'' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c:-Payable in Advance demonstration agents '"he will re- Interested eating:to strawberries know that strawberry, might be mistakes of their elders,' while the Tenth-It is unexcelled for Its At' sunrise every soul !is boat
<1'', move practically the only direct' latter learn only through heartbreaking fishing and more fish are caught again. '
Advertising Rates Application the market. And
on Is
cream now on
1 benefit the farmer gets for his tax: personal experience.Eustls .- and shipped than from any other
we don't mean ice cream. It is Lake Region. state. Laugh like a'boy at spenders that

It is almost time get that new spring outfit-out of the money.Bradford County is proud of the new, nourishing liquefying and delightful Eleventh-People can live more have sped,
,, o
to the adver- To
according vanished Joys be
closet.: work done by its agents Under healthily and more cheaply on account blind and
announcement which BANKERS AND BUNK
tisement continues deaf and dumb
A the direction of the farm agent, of its climate and fewer ;
o our boys took first prize In the : clothes and leas fuel needed. My judgments seal the dead cast
The weather and prohibition will continue to be conversational : Corn Club Show at the South "Prepared from the oil of fresh People generally Inconsistent Twelfth-Florida offers many with its dead,
luscious strawberries, this cream and illogical criticise our banksIn But never bind a
standbys. Florida Fair. Likewise the recent advantages and opporunltles for moment yet l to
'rII liquefies instantly and is ImmedIately Jacksonville for ultra conservatism come.
of the home demonstration!
report investments in real estate and
absorbed by the skin tissue. in making loans or rather
agent shows that under her direc- farms as well for various
No need of amateurish or not loans but let as manu- Tho deep in mire, wring
massage us see not
Physicians say that men should eat slowly for perfect tion, the women of the county are facturing enterprises. >- Sanford' hands and yow
r tiresome patting which eventually '\ few facts. weep;
not only taking an ever increasing
health. And regularly. Interest In home and garden but ,stretches the muscles and fleet! Last spring in the United States I lend my arms to all who say
: "
-_-_o_- ,i' are showing substantial profits Strawberry cream nourishes and depositors drew out a billion and a ---o- "I can!
replenishes the oU in a dry, shlvel- half dollars because of fear. Banks MEN No shame-faced outcast ever
from their home
4 A bird in the hand is worth a Jail sentence now that projects. <
The Federal government pays ed sk ,11n fifteen minutes. : who wish to stay open must bear so deep

; hunting season has closed. halt the salaries of these agents, this In mind. Men are like women. They have But yet might rise and be again

-6---- the State pays a fourth and the It might also interest you to In 1920 there were 30,000 banksIn two hands, two feet and some- a man! f
know that 'a Jar of Strawberry the United States, since then I
a county pays a fourth. Should the times two wives, but never more Dost thou behold
The quick disposal of Zangara shows what the courtscan State discontinue matching of Cream costs ,$3. and here we are 10,000 have closed tieing up five than one collar or one idea at a aghast? thy lost youth u
', 'I'' I trying to get; $3 ,a crate for the billion dollars In,deposits. _
do when they get stirred up. Federal funds, it will be up to Dost reel from
o '* the counties to pay the full salaries real thing.. ,Then million depositors In the time.Making a husband out of a man tlon's blow? rstrtbu.
and In many Instances It United States have been distressed Is one of the highest plastic arts ,
; Admiral Byrd is planning another south polar "expedi More to them Let from blotted archive
will be necessary to do without povKev though. because of this. known to civilization. It requires of the
tion. Wonder what he forgot? I this valuable service to the farmer them find 'alltba" uses for straw- The first duty of a bank is to science, sculpture, common sense, And find past the, ,
berries they'can.. We have plentyof Its depositors. To have future's page
o ----- jour mon- faith hope and charity, especially white as
uses for the money we'U get ey when you want It.lOur the latter. snow.

If farmers would cooperate they could make the rest I STARKE SNAPS_ITS FINGERS for the raw material. Why doesn't banks say their critics are If you flatter a man, you scare Art thou a mourner? Rouse! thee
of the world sit and take notice someone promote a strawberry :pawnbrokers because they will loan
up A week or, so ago, Starke abd him to death, and if you don't you from thy spell;
0J Bradford County took a deep juice bath? ... only on the deposit of liquid col bore him to death. If you permit Art thou a sinner? Sins may bi
,.-- lateral.
This "Buy American" plan will be fine, if other nationscan breath, said "Pooh, pooh!" to the SPARE" A DIME him to make love to you, he gets forgiven.
10,000 bank failures five billion Each
of you in the end and if you morning gives thee
announced that
depression, and wings to
be persuaded to adopt the slogan.It ,they would ,make their bow as a It is reported that the windowcurtains dollars lost or frozen, ten mil- don't he gets tired of you in the flee from hell;
the lower floor of the
? on lion suffering depositors was because Each
beginning.If night a star to to
I member of the Northeastern Base guide
Cornelius Vanderbilt home In NewYork
is too bad that "senatorial courtesy" didn't prevent ball League this summer.Of City have eleven patches Jacksonville these banks banks_were Jacksonville not like and a you startling wear hat gay he colors hesitates rouge ..... thy feet to heaven.
;If Huey Long from calling his brother a liar.o course there was the usual one unpatched hole and one rip. Herald. ; take -WALTER MALONE.
chorus of"It can't be dtfaeV. but Well, the Vanderbilt's needn't come you out, and if you wear a
-- --
thanks to the with which ; little brown toque and a tailor-
around for. dimes fromus.
worthwhile'projects asking any FLORIDA'S GREATNESS made suit he takes you and stares "HE: IS FREI;
Scientists'tell have
us that prehistoric men also had bad teeth always Our curtains have a couple of
Well that is small of comfort. been met by a majority of Brad- holed, too. all evening at women in gay col. FROM DANGER." WHQ EVEN WHEN
; some. degree Most of us would have little'difficulty ors, rouge and a startling hat.
fordites, there was a louder chorusof SA/I.IS_ON !HIS GUAIU-( fen, ,
0 "It can be done/!,sad at this There Ought to !?<),Ii..Law" Against In listing the reasons why If you are a "clinging vine"
They say the government takes thirty cents out bf every writing it appears that the ayes'' People who pop gum we live In Florida and ,why we type he doubts whether you havea
like It but it Is grain of sense, and if
always you
were right. Boyish interesting
f bobs
dollar. So that's where they've been .
to know the modern woman, advanced and independent
Seeing Starke through a success- "A Shanty in.Old Shanty Town" why thousands of persons i ii

8 ful league season will mean a lot Huey Long,,,/*.. who come down here every he doubts whether you l
Half of the world doesn't know how the other half lives of hard work, and it is not right Children whq say, "Mumsy" winter alao like it. Recently Geo. have a heart. If you are silly he

k Both halves have troubles enough of their own that this should fall on the shoulders "0. K"Evether W. Muller, of Washington, D. C., longs for a bright mate and if

,II....: _, ., of any one man. The day of, and nl-ther a frequent visitor to this state, you are brilliant he longs for a
----0 the "angel" is over. Every com "In, all sincerity have never compiled twelve reasons why he playmate.If .

r, Things have come to a pretty pass when a quart of strawberries munity used to have its wealthy had the pleasure of addressing such considers Florida one of the greatest you 'are popular with other Fir-righted! men of lnJu., guard
states-In the union. men he is jealous and if are the wow ind ufety of their but
resident who was Interested in He lists you
won't even buy a couple of postage stamps an intelligent audience. them follows not he hesitates to a wall MM by providing,in time of prosperity
clean as : marry
i good sport and could ,be Hash ,agaliuc pouibl mlffonunei
'b counted on to furnish financial Putting sugar,on tomatoes First-Its climate and sunshine, flower. of the fu.......
With the women wearing trousers, it is going to be hard backing for almost any athletic Three cent stamps"Everytbingepappens cool nights and bathing opportunities Oh, all men are silly an}'how.- It Stock ufcguudi/ tra Inwrance does lust dud

for them to tell in the dark which pockets to go through. program. But those days are gone, for the the year around. Selected. ecnng you acafntt your 1 Ion bUII.bJ by 6... pr
if not forever, at least for too long best" Second-Its citrus fruits and unexcelled -0- "-" _ewa.a.1..11I
---o a period to do us any material I Symphonic arrangements of pop orchards and groves. OPPORTUNITYThey

rye The Tallahassee Democrat says that a power plant is good this season. It is a job for Third-Its garden and rich, producing HAROLD C. WALL1NSUitANCE

c like Pharaoh's daughter. It takes the profit from the wa everyone who likes to see a good j arrangements r { soil. do me wrong who say I come
baseball game, and the more who Fu Mauchu.lr. *"., urth-It is the greatest turpentine no more
1 ,r. '. offer and rosin state STARKE. FLORIDAPriest's
support, the less heavily It I producing When once I knock and fall to
o will weigh on the few,whcj have

A bridge expert says that the game has taught''women shouldered the responsibility QUEER- ,, I

1l concentration and control. Yeah. Control like a baseball Some this have said they dfdjnqthlnk ( Some visitors from the north recently -
was quite the time. tot
pitcher. attended a dance given by a
Starke to blossom out as a mem-
o_ :' ,"; ber of a baseball league, but they local club: They were amused by
v. the differences in customs to be ob-
A former representative in the Colorado state legislaturenow are wroug. Admission to the served at even so universal a function OpeningDoors
games will be low, and they will
has a job mopping up the capitol floors. Make your own afford amusement to many who as a dance.
For instance, where they came
wisecracks. can no longer to
go expensive
j hows from, they said tag dances were
or take lone trios ,to
u the exception rather than the rule
beaches. There will be on-.
When the Business Men's Club gets behind something at least in every week afternoon whenwe as they are.here,,where It is every
I one for himself, and may the best
?' It goes over,the top. Thanks to them we'll have can shut up shop and get
some good away man,,win.. wb ,_ Sat. Feb. 25 8
from it aU for the moderate Open
baseball, games this summer. twenty-five They also commented on the a. m.
or thirty-five cents. I southern custom, of promenading ,
o What this country needs Is more around the outer edge of the floor

,"; There were fewer lynchings in 1932 than in any year brave snapping. of fingers at the between dances;They thought this

't,: since the records have been kept. Is the forld getting better depression. rather nice, ast} prevented a lot Here it comes, the opening of PRIESTS lOc STORES, in your community. We are

; --o- of sitting in the,corner and thumb- happy to make this announcement and we that hear it
hope to
,t, or the price of rope gone up? I OUTLOOK AND ADJUSTMENTS while you are as happy as
twiddling for the
) 0 music to start., waiting we are to make it. We want everybody to come to our opening and if you are one

:; ,One exchange says that' the sad fact is that the Senate for The 1933 outlook for the farm home Gum chewing by NICE girls and of those that have to county your dollars before you spend them, we will give you a

and adjustments suggested shagging were uterly beyond their special invitation. You will be delighted. Your friends
0does/" not seem to accomplish any more when Huey Long is by the Florida Agricultural Ex- comprehension. will be at the opening. You

', not filibustering than when he is. tension' Economist: come too and have the pleasure of seeing everybody.


Guests at a peasant wedding in Budapest consumed 1,600) 2. No marked change In parI Read fifteen minutes every day THE FOLLOWING SATURDAY

'Y litres of wine, two oxen, seven pigs, and 400 chickens: And I chasing power- of the farmer's dol- And put those trashy books away _. -DOORS OPEN 8:30 A. M.
i'\ ar. (That' what'the advertisements .--
they still tell that two live
you can
as cheaply
as one.
3. More members ... i
family at
l 0 ome. If you,wantl'culjure.They Opening Saurday's Wedne.day' Special Wedne.day' Special

: Someone in Australia has discovered that ducks are'fotid 4. More labor' available for home laufehjyhen! 8't' down',to Special 8:30: A. M. 8:30 A. M.
: production. play?
of cattle ticks. This ,
should interest
,,i'', our farmers for it is no I B. Reserves- cash clothingand Or do they gag and murmer "nay"When 10 Qt. QALVANIZED 36 in. wide. Beautiful Pat- 80x90 In. Krinkle BED
doubt much, easier and more pleasant to raise ducks .
than to friends
equipment. hot
.get and shout"hey.beyt"
dip cattle. :u; ," 6. A large proportion" of the famIly PAIL. Each: ______ lOc terns, Fast' Color Prints, SPREAD _. ....______39e:

7 0 ______ food supply produced at home. Then you need culture, Per yard ___________ 7c

+ It looks as if our legislators will have plenty of elbow baking 7. Increased. cheese and canning oap,-maktrig drying*. 1! But If .I've got to sing an spray Opening Saturday' Thur.day' Special

a room during the coming session, what with Governor Sholtz's 8. Increased home prodtictfoand n"What's I To *.my friends-It doesn't pay Special A few of our Specials 8:30 A. M.
repair of clothing: on down at the show to-
announcement that
\m\) any county officer caught lobbying will be and furnishings. d.yf" 80 oz, "Golden Glow" Glass are listed here-An Rayon Bloomers, Panties,

IJ!' suspended.The 9. Reproduction In all expend To hell with culture. Water Jug, each ___ Uc Step-ins. elaborately
'," urea especially those for -o-
0 homeurnlshlngs
( Miami Beach Sun comments editorially that a girl' clothing and recrea- Other pieces to match: car- illustrated circular Trimmed_ ______ 15e:

B.'l wearing an old fashioned bathing suit with a back in it, was tion.10. Increased "use of cooperative I From Other Pens Tied.in stock. has been mailed to
seen on the streets the other day. That isn't editorial matter; turchasing. Special

,k it's front page stuff. 11. Increased use of barter.: Monday's Special you. If yours has not 8:30 A. M.

Adjustments/ Governor Sholtz stepped out of
8:30 A. M.
0 1. Plan food supply needed to character last reached Turkish Towels
Saturday and conducted you please
;!v We haven't decided whether Eddie Cantor's broadcastJ maintain family health. the Minneapolis Symphony Number 2 GALVANIZED 22x44 In. _________ lot:

:J last-Sunday night was good advertising for Florida or not. 2. Increase home production: (a) Orchestra through the March from TUBS each ____ 39c call for it at the atore. ,
I ILf garden dairy, meat
It is all right for our tourists to get-sunburned but not a. and poultry Tannhauser. We hope the governor -
s products> b *
( ) use of available la ,,will be as 'successful in getting Closing Saturday'sTuesday's
sunburned as Eddie was. bor for canning storing, bread, the next legislature to play Inharmony.Sra4ford Special 8:30 A. M.
,: 0 cheese, butter, and'" soap making, County Tele- COME TO THE Special

i' Congressman R. A. Green will try to secure passage of I' and 3. home Do home sewing. graph., He see sae quite capable of 8:30 A. M. Beautiful Decorated Salad
repair"work: (a) on conducting politicians in the march OPENING
,,;f a bill to. cut the immigration of all such characters as the house (b) on yards, (c) 'on- clotting from Tallahassee. Melbourne -I-String BROOM, each: lOc Bowls, each _.._____ 10e:

Italian who fired the shots at Roosevelt last week.. We also (d) on furniture. Times :

, .'. need a bill to get rid of.some of the ones we already have. and 4. money.Follow plans for use of time -_. o.--. Come prepared to receive good values and you will not be disappointed. This is the

t 0. 15. Increase receipts. when poa THE FABLE,! OF THE WOLF time for the thrify housewife, the busy mechanic the farmer the laborer, and every'body

tt'! In regard to that recent New.York interview with Governor sible by retailing- through ''curb to buy at great savings-Spring time is almost here--Check up on those many

,t Sholtz, the ,Gainesville Sun says "Governor, Sholtz markets and roadside stands.; : Once .upon a time, a she-wolf needed necessities and ,buy now Tell your neighbors and friends-Come everybody.PRIEST'S ,
6. Use bare\ la n' *
Florida's : buying: was;aa.Ught by the foot In,a' steel
Brooklyn I
boy proudly'boakledrfhat; ; '
; he fsthe, 7. Barter In" so"far as possible trap. In order Ho be free she was

first Northerner ever elected governor: of Florida', a state- 8. Develop .#fcJUsfeUofl for cooperative forced to bite off her foot but.she
{ *< went' which will purdl-.'''' '... did lOc
undoubtedly tend to create popularity for & so and escaped. Afterwards, STORESLocated
,! him In the North-but-down here in Florida 9. Exchange with.: neighbors when she had family of her own,
ed we are prompt transportation, skilled labor, equipment she taught her,:pups to avoid every
to turn back the pages of history to the not so remote reading material and game trap set by their enemy-man. The ( Next to Ilolllngsworth's Electric Shoe
sat-- 10. Plan for home and community young ones learned the lesson so ,

recreation. well that they grew to maturity,

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