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: March 10, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01070
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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IIIIjI1&a M.InmanDies I "Moratorium Tag" Special 'Election Robinson In ChargeOf Shipments Pass ,:' t.. ( '

Moratorium I .
! Latest In Licenses Apopka Weekly; : :

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w any Tuesday; A new automobile, probably Representative To Handle-Liquidation HalfMillionMarkWith ''

I purchased since the beginning J. C. Robinson, who for the past Extended Sholtz.
of the banking holiday, has been fifteen has been By
years managing
ebW ember of House seon making the rounds without To Be March 28 'editor of the Telegraph, this week Market Up .

a license tag, but jauntily bear- took charge of the Apopka Chief,

' Ing a piece of cardboard with I a weekly paper which h. purchased '

Followed Long Illness the words "Moratorium Tag." Executive two weeks ago. For}Indefinite f Preriod '
ttf Sheriff W. J. County Committee Jf1'
[Funeral Held Thursday Epperson stated I Mr Robinson will spend only a Week's Movement Light-BankIng -
.(* Afternoon Thursday that the banking holiday Meets Today To Make part of his time In Apopka. lIe Holiday Cause Some I

I*, was "no excuse" for not Nomination was recently appointed to assist Inconvenience .

'iidt Marion IIlD1& 61, having a license. Furthermore, H. H. Ellarbee, liquidating agent, SCRIPT
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from Bradford the sheriff thinks he ha been Governor Dave Sholtz Wednesday In the Collection of notes for the Bank Here Serves i t

Sty sentallve In the State Legislature, lenient long enough. night issued a proclamation Bradford County ;Bank and the Strawberry shipments by freight ''T'I''I
DO.t early Tuesday morning at his When' told about the "Mora- calling a special election in Bradford Bank of Lake Butler. and express from Starke and Law- Within Powers Bank of Starke Serves. Customer ",, }f

' following an Illness of sev torium Tag" Sheriff Eppersonsaid County for March 28 to fill a ThIs work will be carried on In tey this season have passed well Within! Limits Set By '
'* that as far he woe over the half million mark. Thisweek's The Bank of Starke was Roosevelt
nonths. Mr. Inman had been a* con vacancy in the 1933 legislature Starke at an office In the Brad- I q
condition for several corned It was more worthies. caused by the death Tuesday of ford County Bonk Building. Mr. movement brought the total open Thursday and doing business .L ,

01 |a, during the past ten days on.Farmer. The governor's office was officially In this work, but as yet no one has two points, with an estimated re- order of the national" government Governor Dave Sholtx, In a proclamation r '! j

With gradually grew worse advised Tuesday of Mr. Inman's been announced for'the position. I turn to growers of S68.647.SO. Wednesday night, extended ;,

| the end. death, and preparations were These figures do not Include ship Transaction conducted yesterday the State banking holiday in.:4

", I Inman was born In Sussex immediately begun for holding a ments made by truck, which have Included making change, Florida "upon and under the same : >1 J ,

&It Lty, Va., was a graduate of Had Plan special election. Governor SholU Bradford NativeIn been larger this season than ever opening safety deposit boxes, conditions" as his original proclamation -
and Suf-
all olph-Macon College was in Washington at the time before. cashing government checks andreceiving of March 4, "until such
[Military College in Suffolk and the proclamation could not be Movement this week was not cash deposits In ao> time as the same may be removed! '

vs.h! I He served In the Boxer up- For issued until he returned to Tallahassee heavy: 18,880 quarts from Starke, count to be held Intact as trust or modified."
Easy MoneyJ. Honor GuardLeaston
In China with the American Wednesday. and 60,480 from Lawtey. Prices, accounts. It Is understood that the> gover-

' 11Ig was a Spanish-American Registration books were opened' which were strengthened some- The bonk must necessarilyawait nor's new proclamation declaringan L1 ij
[ veteran, and served with the what last week continued to hover
: : I I this morning at the office' of H. C. : official permission from Indeflnte State bank holiday #
9 i Rangers. During the World I A. Morgan Order Stamp For Wall, and 1333 poll taxes mustbe Crews, Miami Policeman, around a $4.00 average per crate. Washington to enlarge on these was for the purpose of protecting f
he was In charge of Farmr Making $5 Bills From I' The purchase of strawberries the
\ paid as requisite to qualification -: Accompanied BodyOf on services. It was explained yes State banks, should the national I
[. In Virginia for the United $1 Bills the went a basis this
''IIbf. I to vote. Cermak yard on new terday. holiday be ended before condi- .
's i Government. Prior to mov- week because of the banking holi! tions
It Is expected that the Board of I return to normalcy in the. 'l t r
lei! |to Starke, he was fish and The bank holiday would have I,j County Commissioners will give Bradford County was not without day. While a little Inconveniencewas State.. ; f '

ill e i warden in Virginia. Mr. In- held no Inconveniences for J. A. 1 I their services free and ask all Its share of reflected glory In experienced at first, It Is reported -; The national holiday, in all ,' 'tmJL f

! was a prominent Mason, Morgan, a farmer living east of,: election officials to do likewise In the,events following the attempted that this. was soon straightened Green Explains forty-eight status, decreed this ra

.mr.o ner and Woodman. i I I town, if a plan he devised recently order to keep down the great expense assassination of President Roosevelt 1!i out and business continued week by President Roosevelt, supercedes ,
moved to Starke in 1919 for getting ready cash had have In Miami, resulting in the much as in normal times. the State holiday It
., of holding a special election.R. < was
bitH Petersburg, Va., and entered been successful. C. Heiberger, chairman of the death of Mayor ;Cermak of Chi The practice throughout the Curelengthy explained a

gI! j the real estate business, and I According to Sheriff W. J. Ep Bradford County Executive Com- cago. According ,t.t' Associated I week has been to give $1 In cash Depression i In the meantime, suddenly dropping + ; >( I;

fci number of years was an ac- person, Morgan admitted Wednesday mittee, has called a meeting at the Press reports, Leaston G. Crews, and the balance by check when the script plan, the Federal
| worker in this field, and took I that he had written a letterto courthouse at two o'clock this afternoon Miami policeman", was one of the buying a crate of berries. There Government la now attempting to d 1 '

''f(! terest In all progressive move- a Chlbago firm, ordering a rub- j for the purpose of select- two officers to pounce on Zangaraa seemed to be a spirit of thankfulness / Speech Before House! Seta get things back to normal by
Its for his section of the State ber stamp for the expressed purpose few seconds after the shots were around the berry yard that Forth Points In Ills pumping additional currency Into
nominee of the Democratic
I ing a
i6a (ford County and Starke suf- of "changing dollar bills Into fired. He la a native of this coun- the banking holiday came before ProgramSix arteries of American business "
to fill the caused ?
'(II Ithe loss of a valuable citizen, $5.00 bills." Party vacancy ty, having been reared near Con- the height of the season and con -- Familiar Federal reserve notes
IrI I by the death of Mr. Inman. ,
1ta 1 his death has brought sorrow As soon as the letter was received ner Bridge on New River. sequently did not cause as much are expected to provide the back-
1tx The committee's duty in this points were forth by
[only to his family but a host by the Chicago house it was Crews was rewarded for his fine confusion as It might have later bone of this additional emergency p f
connection in let-
[lends. At the time of his pass- turned over to Federal authorities, was explained work in helping to capture Zan Congressman R. A. Green as his money. At least $3,000,000,000 j F
ter received Mr. fromJ. on.The
::11)) jMr. Inman was State Auditorthe and a secret service man was sent by Heiberger gara by being Included in the season's movement com "remedy for the depression" in a could; be Issued without jeopardis f
B. chairman of the 1j
[ Woodmen of the World, here to Investigate the matter. State Hodges Executive, Committee. In guard of honor that accompaniedthe pares favorably with figures for speech made recently In the Houseof ing existing reserves, financial authorities J ,a

was elected at last election, When confronted with the jotter body of Cermak from Miami to I March 27, 1931, which show 59,213 Representatives. The measures say n1!
it to the election the
1 Iresentatlve to the Florida Leg- Morgan at first denied having sentit regard special Chicago where burial took place quarts, with an estimated return to were: Tariff revision, payment of Local Situation

ct ure.e but later admitted dictating: It letter said: today. growers of 1214960. No figuresare foreign debts, reduction of governmental Locally, business this week was
Section 312 General -
immediate members of his to Leonard Wilson, not because he Compiled amendedby Other members ot',the guard of I available for March 1932, but expense, restriction of Immigration carried on much as usual, although r
Laws of Florida, 1027, as
Jily, who survive are his wife, wished to throw anyone off the honor are Fitzhugh Lee, who drove the movement was negligible because expansion of currency, most houses reported. 1,
of Florida
14637 Laws
.Vonda Inman, .three sons, track,.but because he is unable to 1931 Chapter, provides that, the Board of President Roosevelt's-,"and R. of the draught that causedan and the development of Muscle drop In sales. Probably the greatest '' I
jirge H., Frank S., and John S. write Sheriff Epperson said. Wilson A. Jackson and N. A.. Clark::: the almost complete )loss of the Shoals. ,* 'Inconvenience was 'occasioned.j '
: Commissioners shall
County cause
and lives on the farm with Morgan two officers who with crop. Mr. Green's speech follows in In store I '
1Ul, one daughter, Missda :I to be printed on the ballots to be / Crews, cap grocery that were forced! ? ,
Inman. .and helps with the work. tured the assassin.In The movement through March 8, part: to pay cash for supplies when do.J f.
used at such election only the 4
r Cervices were conducted from A preliminary hearing was held the meanwhile, Zangara was' 1933, follows: Mr. Green. Mr. Chairman and livered. In stores selling for casty !,
names of the candidates who have
h in the United States Court in 1 ordered Starke members of the committee, as we few checks
Methodist taken
Church at 3 o'clock been in nomination arraigned Thursday In a were ; sales were) 0'
R lirsday+ afternoon, by Rev. W. F'I Jacksonville Wednesday, where' election put the by primary Miami court. His attorneysthesame Week Quarts Returns' approach the consideration- of the placed on a currency basis as far fY '--9!

-i pea, pastor' of the church. Intert Morgan was charged with using tive committee or appropriate of execu- be had when he was sentenced Dec; 16 ____- 50 $ 15.00 Jones farm relief. blll, many prob- as pomilble. Stores giving credit

., was in Crosby Lake Ceme- I the mails to defraud. He was released -' shall be any political the to eight years' Imprison. 'Dec. 23 ____ 19 5.70 lems confronting the American 1 continued to charge Items to e.- ,tt;
11 bond until 8 at' party printed upon Dec. 30 ...... 244 73.20 people are brought to our minds.It .
y, under direction of DeWitt C. on April ballots at such election, and since ment on a plea of guilty to chargesof tabltshed customers, and checks]
A tea Company. which time his case will be tried. attempting the life of the Prealdent Jan. 6 .' ._____ 1,444 361.20 apparently Is the honest desire were taken on account. In one l Instance
the Democratic not call
at'I Active pallbearers were: H. C. Morgan was arrested here sev- and hold a primary Party election can for the and three bystanders In Bay Jan. 13 _____ 9.214 1382.10 of practically all members of the a local firm was reported;" '

U, F. F Stump, 1..- H. Hill, J. eral years ago when he was sus- selection of a nominee of the Dem- Front Park February 10 declined Jan. 20 .____ 8,236 1,161.00 Congress to bring measures of taking gasoline checks In place olt gy,

j Andrews, A. J. Thomas, J. H. pected of having committed an ax ocratic to be certified to the to. say whether Zangara would ', Jan. '27 ..... 35,648 8.000.00 permanent and substantial reliefto money.
tch. murder In North Carolina almost Party plead guilty to the murder charge. Feb 3 ____ 19,713 1767.08 the farmers of America. I am JAo>e's IMitit Approved i '

honorary pallbearers were: A. forty years ago. He was released the Board candidate of County of Commissioners the for the as Feb. 10 .____ 25,376 2283.84 sure that such Is my desire, and State Comptroller J. M. Lee and C"i

Adkins, W. J. Epperson, Dr. J. however, when witnesses swore special election to be party called by the {W. C. Miller Charged. Feb. 17 _____ 20,864 1877.76 I many of us, I for one, are Inclinedto a committee from the Florida Y '
that the known here Mor- Feb. 24 ____ 41.014 2,870.98[) vote for almost any measure Bankers '
| Mann, of Lake Butler, C. Reg-: man as Association late Wednesday "j '
Governor, please let me ask you It. 1 {With L which
Violation offers of relief to
Mar., 3 ____ hope '
W, of Lake Butler, Dr. E. LT gan was living In Middleburg on to call the Democratic 78,432 9,804.00Mar asked Gov. Sholti to continue
kgs. Dr. W. B. Parka, N.., D. the day the murder ,was commlted. County 1 10 ____ 18.880 2,360.00 class of American toilers who deserve for an Indefinite time his holiday; '
Executive Committee of Bradford
W, C. Miller, who operates a 10 much, and yet usually ob- on banking business In the StatedThe r
tinwrlght, D. E. L., E.
Knight, County Into session at some con fleet of trucks out of her tain so little. In the considerationof
of A. D. Coburn Dies hauling Totals ____240,273 $26,961.66 committee of bankers also '
Cully Jacksonville
\ L. L. ConA. venient time
as early as possible, strawberries to northern markets, this important measure we must
A. Durden, of Hampton, Farm Home HereA. due notice for the Lawtey approved Comptroller Lee's plan- !
At giving purpose
will be tried in Justice of Peace Week Quarts Returns not forget some of the weaknesses now before Secretary of the Treasury y
O. L. ,
Haynes, A. S. Crews, J. I of selecting a nominee of the Dem- Court at Baldwin in the Federal Farm Board act and
on chargeof Jan. 13 .____ 6,528: $ 979.20Jana Woodln In Washington for ap y
Morgan James
Hornsby. D. Coburn who has been ocratic Party to fill the vacancy the Motor I' Its flagrant maladministration I
a violating Transportation 20 .... 12,512 1,501.44Jan. / by proval-for use of canter's check ,
resident of Starke for the past caused by the death of Mr. Inman, Act of Florida. Mr. Miller 27 .' -.._ 26,880 2862.00Feb. the Republican officials appointedas as script by State banks in Florida.Commissioners .:
local Club Wants twelve years, died here Sunday at [and certify his or her name to the will also be heard later In the day I 8 _?_ 35,740 3,119.60 members. Under Its operations r

the age of seventy-eight. Death Board of County Commissioners, on a similar charge made againsthim Feb. 10 _' ___''71.680 5,760.20 we have seen the prices of farm

came suddenly, and was unexpected under the terms and provisions of in Lake Butler.. Feb. 24 ____ 53,760 3763.20 commodities go down lower and .

as Mr. Coburn had apparentlybeen Section 256 as mentioned above. It has been. reported here that l Feb. 17 ___.._ 30.000 2,700.00 lower. and lower until the lowest I l i (
Law in health. He remarkedto "No other candidates should be Jack ofMr. prices in 100 have, in
ame Change good I Godfrey, one Miller' Mar. 3 ____107,520/ 13,440.00Mar. years many
friends a day or so before his certified, and the Board of County drivers, was arrested In Virginiaon I 10 ... 60,4807,560.00 Instances, been reached. We have ir
death that "I foe as good aa I did Commissioners should not print a charge of selling strawberries I seen the cotton grower obtain aa Seek Race Funds'i

loess Men Paw Resolution when I was twenty years old." the names of any other candidate without a license. It Is under- Totals ....405,100 $41,685.64 low as 5 cents per pound for his i,;*

Urging Shorter HuntIng Mr. Coburn was born In Canada, on the election ballot"Freight stood, however that he was freed ginned cotton; corn growers about i ,

SeasonA but was living in Texas at the time I Wednesday. I 10 cents per bushel for their corn; County Board Passes Resolution

he decided to move his family to Rates Loans wheat and; oat growers an equally To Be Presented Senator! ,

resolution advocating a Florida. He bought a place west Ford JVill Appeal .Require. tow price for their grain, while And Representative

orter hunting season was adoptby of town, and took an active part In I To Circuit Court bogs' have recently been selling -

the Business Men's Club at farming up until the time of his even under $2 per hundred pounds. A petition was drawn up by the ; ,

Monday meeting. A copy ofe death. 'I Are Lower NowReduction A verdict of guilty was returned Acreage Cuts On the other hand, we find that Board of County Commissioner '

document will be sent to the Mr. Coburn Is survived by his last'week In the Farm Board has been most Monday urging that an equal dls. ;

te Legislature when It convenes widow, Sarah Coburn, and four' C. W. Ford, county court against liberal In some of Its allowance to trlbutlon of race track funds allocated 4
embezzlement '
April, urging that the changes daughters: Mrs. H. A. DeWater, of Announced By Seaboard of funds chargedUwith from the 1I 1--- the favored beneficiaries of this to Bradford County be t a
vocated be passed by that body. Seattle, Washington;, Mrs. Will Assistant Traffic Refining lie Sinclair I I Secretary Hyde Announce Regulation act. Each of the board members made between the Board of Public f '
The text of Blair, of Eldorado, Kansas; Mrs. J. Company. > was fined .* Under Which Funds. receives a most adequate salary, '
the resolution was: Instruction and the
Manager $ )().00 and costs general furA.I 'k'' ;
by County JudgeE. Be Obtained
Whereas, under the present eco- F. Dunagan, of Douglas, Kansas; I Perryman.. Mr.. Ford will I May and they have built up a large I the latter to be used by the com.-j
>ralcal and Miss Amy Coburn, of Starke. number Federal employees, : i
program of the State and A reduction of 47c per crate on to the many missioners for current expenses. '
an circuit
appeal courtat
imty administrations, It has be- Funeral services were held Wed- strawberries shipped by freight carry Its session. 1 Reduction of 30 per cent In the of whom draw very high salaries, The action was taken In view off

>me> necessary, in the opinion of nesday afternoon from the Chris- from Starke and Lawtey to New Ford spring tried but acreage planted to cash crops will but that la not all. During this the fact that the law states the i .; !, '
le heads of departments, to de- tian Church, of which Mr. Coburn York was announced this week by II the eight was counts on one' of be required this year of farmers' period of depression they have con race track money'shall be used by
case Has a member. Interment took charging/ embezzlement who procure crop production loans, tributed Federal to the relict '
very materially the number I F. H. Bryant, assistant freight The amount of money the commissioners for paying only ',
game wardens In the State of place In Crosby Lake Cemetery traffic manager for the Seaboard envolved in that money Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. of farm organizations which outstanding Indebtedness contracted -' ,

lortda in the Interest of economy, under the direction of-the DeWittC. I Air Line Railway. The new rate 2888. The other particular chargewas will Hyde announced this week in making pay enormous salaries to these of- prior to June 1, 1031, and thereIs

d Jones Company. I has been In effect since March 8 be held charges public the regulations govern- ficials. For Instance, $75,000: per no such Indebtedness contracted! .' ,
over pending the
Whereas this decrease In the Pallbearers were: Mallory Thomas and applies only, to cars of 17,000 the circuit appeal to ing the 1933 loans year to the man handling cotton by the board in this county priorto

jmber will necessarily Impair the George Strickland C. H. Wai- I pounds minimum or 270 crates. court.. In making available for crop transactions; $30,000 per year for that date.Minutes ,
ilclency of ters, Charles Overstreet, Ben Hall production loans this year $90,000- the wheat organization's "
the whole organlza- : Mr. Bryant also said that while Steel -Considerable representative of the meeting follow la
on SQ far And W. H. Holtzendorf. Irregularity 000 of Reconstruction Finance Corporation and $39,000 for
as strenuous enforceent ,the Interstate Commerce Commission still marks the demand situation.Prices r per year full:
of game laws and protecting. i < has not yet approved the proposed are spotty. funds Congress specifiedthat others. Think of a Federal agency The Board of County Commissioners ,
|!h< and game, and I LEGION TO MEET I reduction on green corn the Secretary of Agriculture upholding such enormous salaries met In the county court

Whereas, under the opinion of The Jonea-Lttuaiord-White: :: ;' Post :It Is expected to do so within rate, 32-quart crate, minimum 175 might require, as a condition of I I I In times when millions of American house at 10:00: a. m. March 6,1933

Post sportsmen that our hunting will meet Tues- 1 a short time. The new rate will .crates, $1.87 1-2 minimum 100 any loan, "that the borrower agree i people are In dire want for the with the following members prea- '
Mm is too long, and Legion In :be 8c to lOc less per crate to Jersey crates $2.68.Starke to reduce his acreage or production necessities of life x x x -
I Whereas It Is day evening March 14, at 8:00: program on such basis, not to Lack of EconomyThe
the further opinion City. and Lawtey to Cincinnati (Continued on page 6))
"portsmen that for the conser- the Legion New express rates which were new rate per 100 Ibs., $2."; old exceed 30 per centum, aa may be I economic ills which the

Uon of game, the season on all your honorable body In behalf of I announced last week gave the new rate, 32-quart crate, minimum 1731( determined by the Secretary." The American people are now enduringwere the American people bas Increased

Same and game birds should be the conservation of game and wildlife rate to New York as $2.82 per crates $1.82 1-2; minimum .100 J Secretary's regulations, however, not brought about by a sud- in an astounding degree during .4

[>e same for the reason that, as In the State of Florida dd crate as against the old rate of crates $2.58: 1-2. I stipulate that acreage reduction den or overnight action or Inactionby the past few years The per capita

ell known to sportsmen and oth.e change and amend the present $3.05. Starke and Lawtey to New York I'[ will not be required of farmers any of the government agencies. cost of all government-local. .

when the season on deer closes game laws opening the season on The following freight rates were new rate per 100 Ibs., $2.35; old, who In 1933, plant no more than These ills are largely' the results State, and national-in 1890 was
n December 31st, as Is now thew game November 20th and closing announced:. rate, 32-quart crate minimum > 8 acres of' cotton: 2 1-2 acres of of deep-seated causes and conditions only $13.50; In 1903 Is was $19.39; ;'

then many hunters ostensibly the same January 15th of the suc- Starke and Lawtey to Atlanta, crates, $1.95; minimum 100 1751,') tobacco; 40 acres of wheat; 20 which local State, and par- 1913 $30.34; 1923, $84.94; In 1929

the pursuit of turkey, quail and ceeding year; and further that consideration new rate per loo' lb. $1.38; old $2.75 12.Starke. I i acres of corn; 2 1-2 acres of truck ticularly National Governmenthave It leaped to $107.27; and In 1932 nt

*II' game, which season closes be given by your body rate, 32-quart crate, minimum 175 and Lawtey to Philadelphia -[I crops; 12 acres of sugar beets; 8 largely brought' about. One It pyramided to $124 for each per

,Sruary lath, are really hunting toward the enforcement of these crates, $1.18; minimum 100 crates, new rate per 100 Ibs. $2.24; | acres potatoes; 30 acres of rice; 8 of the greatest contributory causesto son in the United! States The per

leer' for a period of 45 days more laws, and also that no appointive $2.25. old rate, 82-quart crate, minimum i acres of peanuts. the) present Ills of the American capita cost of the Federal Govern- ;

baa the law contemplates. game wardens be allowed to serve I Starke and Lawtey to Baltimor, ,,,175 crates $1.87 1.2; minimum J90J --- people is the utter.lack of economy .

wlt&OI DIN 6wd home territory. J new rat. per 100 !tie. 2.15; old crates, $2.68. I (Continued! on page 5) in government. The tax burden of ( Continued on page 7.) rr


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ter Whitten were in Lake Butler I been spending some time with I II --

,'', r LAWTEYG. I RAIFORDRed Saturday on business.Mr. BROOKER friends and relatives In Palatka, I. VANDERBILT I LITTLE

L and Mrs. Barney Hendricks has returned home. I SHiiNQs

J. Phillips, Cor. Kerre, Cor. of Leesburg have moved out to one Mliw Verm Olncr. Cor. Mrs. L. L. Thigpen of Palatka, Carrie Sell Norman, Cor. Willie Mae New.om,
of Mr. O. B. Gordon's places near spent part of last week here with Co,.

Good town and will take care of his Exercises her sister, Mrs. B. F. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl and son
Strawberry Outlook Furnish Commencement Sapp ,
{ t Tom Truluck's Comedians the remainderof children Mr. C. L. Carter baa ,
strawberry crop for Mrs. H. P. Gainey\ and been
of last week Mr. and Mrs. J. C. (
Local growers are still harvest Fun, As Promised Thursday night were visiting few days. )
the season. were visiting her daughter,
; Ing berries in small quantities here ( Tom Truluck and his Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bitch and twelve pupils graduated from the W. Brannen in Lake Butler Sun Alvarez Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskina
ninth of the Brooker Junior Miss Flora Belle Johns and Mr.
grade ,
cool and rainy weather comedians entertained a goodly r
despite Wilds In Jack- tended the show at
Mrs. Minnie were High School, nine girls and three day.Everette Carl Nettles attended B. Y. P. U. Starke i
:which baa held back growth of the crowd of fun lovers who turned out day night.
sonville last Saturday shopping.Mr. McKinney\ of Wllllston,
to the on a boys. They were: Cora Padgett, Sunday night.
y and bloom. see laugh-makers
plant Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. George Perry of Is spending a while here with his Owen Carter .
Annie Bell Ward
Amy Mrs. M. Norman *
at the local school Mary Lynn F. daughter
Many grower are reporting good program in Jacksonville
Jennings, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saturday nighi.
Groover, Willie Prescott, Mary Mattie and Russell last
large amount of bloom and auditorium last Thursday night. son, spent
young Iting her father who
of here Sun- ,
Paulhiil I Tampa were Hazen. hag
Sue Matt Johnnie Ree Cone, Flora week-end in Jacksonville with been,.
Trult on plants, and with a few As promised in his hand bills. Bill the of Mr. sick but in score better
day as
show and Edwards, Earl Green, Laurie Howard friends and relatives.Mr. now.
4r days of warm weather prospectsare put on a corking good Airs. H. W. Ralford.
good for a large harvest. With all who were able to get out and Miss, Porno Andrews had as her Lea Retta Jeffords, and Henry William Alvarez was visitingIn t

northern and eastern markets advancing enjoy the program reported a two of her friends Ward.er. GRAHAM Ralford Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
dally It looks like Old Man worthwhile two hours opent listen- guests Sunday A large audience attended the J. V. Edwards spent the
from Lake Miss Audrey Dlx BOATDRAINMis
Depression Is to be burlea. big to the fun. and Mr. A. L. Wilkes. graduating exercises. After the Hl.. Bile ......... Con week-end at Brooker with his parents I I
program: the ladles of the Brook Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards.Mr.
Cherry Harreli
f Several! outside firms have had Price Fair, But Fruit Cornea In Messrs. L. B. and Clarence Bitch CM.
er P. T. A. served an oyster sup- Fred
representatives here the past week Slow of Moultrie, Gar, were here last Mrs. C. F. Westbrook and children Haislop was visitingMr.
per to the speaker, the faculty, the Russell Norman
getting lined up for the season. AU who received returns for week and spent a short while. The of Omega, Ga., arrived Sun Monday night. Mrs. Ralph Gainey and -
graduates, and a number of pat Mr. and Mrs. Lonzte Norman baby to
tit With the Increase In prices, growers strawberries last week reportedthat former was at one time postmasterof day to spend two weeks with her Agnes Johns were dinner

are again paying two cent per a alight gain In prices was the local postofflce: and owner rons. mother, Mrs. Etta Reynolds.Mr. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs. G. W. guestu
The rendered duringthe Harrell'ii
l quart for picking and crate dealers noticed. Although the bank's of the Bitch Drug Store. program and Mrs. Felton Graves and Whitehead Sunday afternoon.Mr. family Sunday.
selling crates at thirty cents state and oth- evening was as follows: and Mrs. Rodman Reddish
holiday in New York Hiss Carrie of Lake
McKinney Mr. and Mrs. C.
The Raiford baseball club put B.
Class "Graduation"Class.GreetingAmy Johns
r song and of Ralford ,
complete and with express reduced states has caused wales family were dinner
er up-the-eountry were visiting relatives here of
over their first practice Sunday Groover.' Klngsley Lake
the farmers are bound to win. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Al-
q quite a bit of stir in this communIty. over the weekend.Mr. .
d afternoon on the local diamondnear Introducing the Class-Henry vans Sunday. guests at Mr. and Mrs. Arch 1 pea
Many growers were unable the school house. Althoughit Ward. ._ and Mrs. J. B. Crews of vatt's.
Mrs. II. C. Harley of Dorchester, to off that account but Misses Debris and Evelyn
pay on is a little early for the season, Essay, "History of Brooker"Earl Lake Wales, attended church here Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newton
S. and Bloodsworth i
C., was visiting here Friday hope to catch by next week-end. and brother. Wadens,
up the boys believe In getting in shape Sunday.Mrs. family were guests of Mr
+ I Green. and 1
I was accompanied home by Dr. Strawberries have been comingIn spent the week-end with their
,4 several days a little before time. The team as Class History-Mary Sue Mott, J. A. Graves arrived home I Theodore Tinon and family SWill
y Harley.. who spent slow also several cold snaps grandmother, Mrs. F. Bloods- !
It now stands is: "Hick" better read by Cora Padgett. Sunday after several Rev. J. E. Newton of
j here visiting at the home of his that came the latter part of the spending I worth of Raiford. Sti
known as Hlgglnbotham, Is catcher Class weeks in South Florida. preached the morning and
brother, A. H. Harley. week have set pick-days at a.low Emblem-Mary Lynn. There will be a sing at Water- eva ,
r and Ira (Barber Shop) Young Class Fortunea -Vera Gainey. Mrs. Pearl Reynolds and children sermon at China Grove Sunday,
Mesdames J. H., W. :F, D. W. mark and it Is expected to be a oak church Sunday afternoon at
:Moore, W. H. Edwards, and C. Y. week before things in that way I is the .tosser of the old worry pill. Commencement Address Rev. of Jacksonville are visitingher 3:30: o'clock. Everyone Is invited I .
It is hoped that the boy will make Wilson. r- Mr. and Mrs. Frank CARD OF
:Mayo attended the show In Jacksonville get back to a normal stand. Most parents, : to attend. THANKS
_____. Friday afternoon. all of the berries that went from [a better showing this season than Goodbye to the Class-Mr.. Max- Abernathy. -

Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradine, here the past week were by ex- that of last. They were handicapped well. Messrs. John Surrency and John |! We wish to
;Mr.: W. J. Harrell and Miss Marion press, although some were sold to to a certain extent on accountof I Presentation of Diplomas-Mr. McKinney were visitors to Starke felt appreciation to our burl
new members being broken In J. H. Kelley.: Monday. our
:arrlalj were IQ Jacksonville Friday truck lines. Gum Branch friends and those of
our\ dec
evening. Crlbbs Adds TruckE. throughout the season. No mana- Valedictory-Johnnie Ree Cone. Mrs. A. E. Ward Is visiting her husband and father
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Grime werevisiting P. Cribbs of Jacksonville, and ger nounced.Mr.or captain. have yet been an- Closing Song-Class. daughter, Mrs. Volley McKinney of Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. sincere in their tender expre Were!

friends In Jacksonville Saturday son-in-law of N. T. Nitch, a local Sampson City this week.RISING of sympathy and condolence dour
and Mrs. E. W. Tompkinshave
_ and Sunday. truck crop grower, has bought a A /anally reunion-was held at the 'The weiner roast which was to bereavement.Mrs.
as a guest this week Mr. J J.
h ..a J. C. Gatewood was visiting in truck and will operate it from here home of Mrs. S. E. Mott SundayIn
be at Mr. Owen Carter's
Fournier of Bronx, N. Y. He has Friday N. L. Edward |
,u, r Ocala Sunday afternoon. for the rest of the season Mr. honor of her seventy-seventh night has been !
s.1 v Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mr. Crlbbs will buy and haul to mar- been for the last twenty-five yearson birthday All of her children were later on.Misses. postponed 'until and family.
t and Mrs. E. E. Mr.: and the police force in that city. / -- ----SParticularly .
Burney ket strawberries and other truck present except one, Mrs B. H. Gladys Keene and Doris
w Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent Sunday Mr. Fournier expects to stay here Mr*. H. M. Mcltur* Cur
I vegetables It was reported. He, for some time, and will visit relatives Conerly of Okeechobee. Among Kersey were the guests of Miss encouraging it i
' at Homosassa. Springs. for some time was part owner of those present were: Mrs.-M. B. Sut- Elizabeth Harnage fact that manufacturers, whol..
In Lake and Sunday.Mr.
//i Miss Mattie Harley of St Augustine a turpentine place near Branford, City Macclenny ton of Gainesville, B. W. Mott of Eld. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Green ers and retailers in general hi
w s was visiting her parents.Mr. but of late moved to Jacksonville before returning to continue his Alachua, Hiss Mary :Mott: of Cove Springs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins cleaned out most of their

and Mrs. A. II. Harley here and was operating several trucks duties there. Brooker, Mrs. Olga Prevatt of and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday at. were the guests of Misses Louise stocks, made heavy cuts In I III'III!

) FrIday. I for hire In that city. Dave Richard of Lake Butler Valdosta Ga., S. M. Mott -
-.. Cheatham Peele and HallUe Jones He and Mr. Bitch took a load of was here Sunday afternoon- vlaltlnir- Mrs. :Mattie Sowell of Mlca- and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwardswere omy, and have built up a ;
1 were business visitors to Jacksonville berries to friends. Dave use to run the local : ,I the guests of their daughter cash reserves.
Washington and other nopy, Mrs. C. S. Kelley of Brooker. little son, William, were visiting
garage here, which Is now occu- and son-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Tate
,$ Sunday.Mr. points the past week. They report Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. relatives at Lawtey Sunday.D. .
pied by "Buddy"
and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and that driving a truck from here up Pippins.HAMPTON Griffis of Valdosta, Ga. All reported Alvarez Sunday.
; daughters, Gloria, and Ada Marieof north with no more than a roadmap a delightful time. M. McRae was transactingbusiness : Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were

Tampa, spent the week-end at tot a guide is more than a Miss Iris Brown who has been in JacksonvilleWednes the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. -

; & \ the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Moon. day.Mr. Reddish Sunday.
l ; mere afternoon.pastime. They returned Friday spending accompanied some home time In Thursday Tampa, was by and Mrs. Paul Underhill of Misses Gladys Keene and Doris ATLASThe

Mrs. W. J. Epperson of Starke AI Voting Here Sunday Afternoon. 1 MlM Ada Nlmmu, Cor. J her aunt, Mrs. F. M. Sanderson, end Vanderbilt here with section Mr.spent and Mrs.the week.Walter Kersey were visiting Misses Agnes
i' was the guest of her ?daughter. Last Sunday afternoon Al Young who .spending a while here with Underbill. Louise Sapp Saturday.Mrs. Standard Oil
:lira.: Q. A. Anderson --- F. N. Norman was was visiting .
Monday. brought over his Woco Pep air her mother Mrs. D W; Hazen.H. .
{ Mesdames II. B. Arwood, C. R. buggy and gave some mighty tine Mrs. O, B. Hunt and Mr. O. P. Gainey and R. T. Osteen Mr. J. W. Budding and daughters her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tire GuaranteedOne

:Whitehead were shopping in Starke stunts with It. >Many were takento Haynes were visiting relatives 'in were In Starke Monday.A Gwendolyn and Ernestine and M. McRae Sunday.Mr. -

I Saturday afternoon. ride, also. He was assisted by Starke last Monday. normal school started here last Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and J., D. Carter spent Saturaa"y YearFrigidaire

F R. P. Jones was a business visitor Aubrey "Button-Hole" Duncan also Rev. Sam J. White, former state Monday with Mr. A. E. Maxwell daughters, Lillie and Polio, visited night with his sister Mrs. J. A.

to Jacksonville Tuesday after- of Lake Butler, and the county's evangelist of Florida, is conductinga as teacher. relatives In Gainesville Friday. Harnage.Mr. .

i :noon only licensed aviator. We used to series of revival meetings at the I Mrs. R. B. Raulerson, and little A weiner roast was enjoyed at .-J. C Sapp was visiting Mr. 'rNNN.NeH

ca. Don't forget the election at the see Mr. Duncan, and remember him Christian Church this week. Every. daughter of Okeechobee, who are the home of Miss- Melba Crosby Harvey Edwards Sunday after I,

p, school house next Tuesday. only as the little boy who use to one is invited to attend. spending some time here with her Friday night I I

.+ Rev. W. II. Uolden will preach toat the sax in the L. B. band, not Mrs. O. L. Harrison was In parents, Mr: and Mrs. H. P. Gainey, Mrs. L. C. Snowden of Starke,I noon.Mr.. and Mrs: L. Kersey and children .

; here every Saturday and Sunday as an aviator. Starke last Saturday spent part of last week with her was visiting Mr. and MrS. H. M. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

,:nights. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was visiting sister, Mrs. R. W. Brannen of Lake McRae Sunday afternoon. W. R. Kersey Sunday afternoon.

r Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dowling of her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Summers Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Misses Helen and Dorothy Norman the three year auar

0 Lake Butler, were here as visitors In Providence last Sunday. The members of the faculty of Miss Lillian Kelly attended churchat spent Saturday night and

HIGHLAND with relatives Sunday afternoon.. Mr. A. A. McDonald, who has the Brooker Junior High School Heilbronn Saturday night. 'Sunday with Misses Ella Mae and anted electric refrigerator \

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite were in been in Jacksonville for the last which has Just finished Its term Friends of Mrs. Aleen Phlllman Hazel Sapp.

M. E. Crews. Cor. Lake Butler Sunday as the guestsof few days has returned to his home have gone to their respective are glad to see her at home again Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. here.Mrs. homes, as follows: Miss Zeel after spending several weeks in were visiting her parents, Mr. and

Maude who has Waltta, Ocoee Miss the hospital. Mrs. W. R.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crews of the Kite.Mr. Wesley, ; Mary Alice Kersey Monday after-
o State Farm, were visiting relatives and Mrs. Stanley Simpsonof been visiting friends and relatives Cahoon, Jacksonville; Miss Thelma Friends and relatives gave Miss noon.Mrs. For sale bySmith's

''y here Saturday night. Green Cove Springs were the here .for the last few days, has returned Myers, Anthony; Mrs. A. P. I Audrey McRae a suprise party in Tate Alvarez left Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. Carter attendedthe guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. to her home in Waldo.M. Thorpe, Russell; Mr. A. E. Maxwell 'honor of her fifteenth birthday on for Jacksonville where' she will

ti dog races at Orange Park Fri- Tompkins last Sunday. L. Watterson was a business Green Cove Springs; Mr. G. the evening of February 28th. In spend a few days with Mr. and

day night. .. Tom Andrews of Lake Butler, visitor to Gainesville last Monday.Mrs. E. McGauley being the only one spite of the rain outside, several! Mrs. C. Crawford. Service

Mr.. W. J. Hardee and children was here Monday visiting his son P. B. Hunt motored to Val- to remain in Brooker. merry hours were spent In games Miss Doris Kersey spent Monday

( and Miss Maggie Crews were and family, Mr and Mrs. E. B. An dosta, Ga., last Wednesday. She Mrs. A. J. Plnholster and children about the fireside. The party then night with her aunt, Mrs. E. E.

? S j shopping in Starke Saturday. drews. was accompanied home by her Lubedla John. and T. B. Pin- adjourned to the dining room Yarbrough. StationStarke

.k Little Miss Cathaleen Hardee returned E. B. Andrews was a business mother, Mrs. O. Haynes. holster, spent Sunday in Crescent where the candle lighted birthday .

j R1l home Sunday after spending visitor to Macclenny Saturday af Mrs. C. P. Manlre, who has been City with her niece, Mrs. George cake awaited them in the centerof Miami Beach-S. S. Battiatc

j a wefH ('If Starke with rela ternoon. visiting relatives In Jacksonville, Crotty. the pink and white decorated leased restaurant In Wheeler build- Fla. j
'. tJv s. Miss Doris Moore, and Mr. Wal has returned to her home here. Miss Theo McGauley, who has table.
ing, 616 Collins Avenue.
Regular services were held at the ---

4 Baptist church Sunday by Rev. J. TI1EJ\fAIN THING ON MAIN\ STREET"
I* Strickland, pastor. Servicesare j By L. F. Van Zelm |

held on the first and third Sun-

day of each month at 3 o'clock. I XWi'T OFFEN GIVE" ADVICE. .
])0 THEY ,
.Visitors Invited to attend. I uily ]Bi usz i1 {'r" LET4 SEE HURT ? JOE BUT YOU. SOAK 'EM IN =
Friends of S. J. 1 MUCH AN'
pS Starling will regret + 'EM 10E SODA EVERY NIGHT
N to learn of his serious Illnessat MAIN VrSE6T'S T E"'LL LAST FINE J


Pasco Griffla and Louis Norman AQ6E0. SHOP HliiV YA HAt ANY WHtVTLE WHEN

were visitors to Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. I. NEW MOLARS HAVE YOU SEEN MAQC1TN6 A SvEC\h\ QOOL / / / i il20UBlE \-IEWIN'\ ? HE TALKS
N. T. Green and children
A, of Starke, spent Tuesday here with I CAUSE INTEREST HOW
relatives. She was accompanied -
home by her mother, Mrs. It. C. r 1
a few
days stay.GREENWOOD .
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1I Mr. Willis Starling and Miss j HIS, NEW POM WON., F'HEAVENS
Reatha Denmark. were married
.Thursday night with Rev. S. GarJrett -
(L.r.'Aftl .,
S1' officiating.. Their many t-rn I'*,
*- T .. .1 ..-. .
friends wish them a happy success: : -

In marriage.Mrs.. R. H.. Futch and Mrs. W. DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManus :I

+ H. Pringle were shopping In BBslAHHERE
Starke Thursday. I


''i d C. A. Pringle spent Monday and TO A COLLAR.' OE-JEAIoe5 CIE' THtYXL.(. r fOR THE LETTERS SWlETHEAflTTNEMULES

1,z, 7 Tuesday with his niece Mrs. H. D. I I rxti OF ME1' A. MODEL JWHU-aTl 1 '

; ;f Parmenter of Brycevllle. YoU
Mrs. R. H. Futch entertained a e r

number of her friends with a chick -
y; w en supper Wednesday night. ,IrIr

.4'i' Mrs. Daisy Pringle and son St. ( J 'N Ili. \\ P1 U.UE1h

Clair and little daughter, Clara

+PF> :Marie, were in Orange Park Sunday 1 1e

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S r Misses Mary, Emmalyne and

Jewell Edith Pringle were the

., guests of Mr. and Mrs R. E. Lee
/ of Russell Sunday. \

try' St. Clair and Earl Moeeley and

p Kay and ;J. C. Pringle were trans

acting business In Gainesville Saturday

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-- -- -- --- know about cows?" quizzed the I gave the nation of Israel, on tw<* 1 .Uti;

country boy, "You don't even knowif tables of stone, at Sinla's base. .tt
a aFI.. that's a Jersey cow." rcrEfl I IettCJr That amendment wns written Sa t ''J ," ;i :

S. JOURNAL City Boy: "I don't know from thousand years before Christ and 14'..1 ';, .' I
here 'cause I can't see his license." )o.J e Its absolute truth is confirmed by', i 'j II, f kNew
3. Father (examining his son Testament Christianity and 4 '; "t\:
knowledge) "Now Vernon name the experience of every confirmed 'I .i'y') '' 1. I

trr the four seasons." -LAME DUCKS" DEFENDED drunkard from then until now t\l\ ; "
Edltor- -<:hIef In many battles he fought I too. She plays with them and my night when Jimmy came home he Vernon (after much thought): That amendment never has, DOe J' i}"i 1 I t i'!
HOPE HATNES And to his soldiers truth he taught mice play with her. I built a little j I had a box and told Pollyanna It Salt, mustard, vinegar and pep- I never can be repealed, or amended ,,I( \

Managing Editor: I His right v/as hard and brave, house for the mice. They have a was her surprise. When she openedthe perl"I! I Editor: Telegraph: because the Supreme Court of !'"l.}y+ i I
rcr:: his ho wanted to 4. One day an officer was stand- Since there has been much crtt'ctsrn ,
IELDREDOE ROBINSON I country save. nice house and they have a little box it was a big old fashioned I the Universe seated in Heaven* 1. '!
'. I -Louise Sullivan. boy Upstairs. I keep their food ugly hat On the side It had a big Ing on a corner and a Austin pass and ridicule against the the metropolis--"The Father, Son )1 !. ,
Exchange Editor downstairs. In the morning when feather. If you want to know ed. The officer watched It and "L me Duck" Congressmen, who and the Holy Ghost" will forever I.t:4;\ 1
ABBIE HARLEY I Rose Petal they get up they climb out of their what she thought of the bat read once In a while the Austin would' voted against the beer bill, and sustain It, and there is no higher [ ,s I I:
.... Literary Editor box and come downstairs to get, the book and find outShirley jump. The officer got on his mo- he repeal of the. 18th amendment, court of appeal. ,!,::1 q : f d I
and sweet
LUCILLE EDWARDS Fragrant something to eat Then they lay Geary. torcycle and stopped the Austin. will you permit a few words in An dbelleve it or not. 14 years .n I .;
Lying like shells around and go to sleep. -, lie asked; the man what the their behalf. or defense, If you ago, our law-makers sensed the Sport Editor About our feet. -Edward Hartmann. Freckle trouble was The man said, 'Tve please. wisdom, advantages and < I '" j

JOHN INMAN (By Gene Stratton Porter.) got the hlc-hlc-cups." Perhaps those "Lame Ducks," blessings, that would come to that ,,i. ',,
Society Editor Petals of dreams Our Pets .a, I like the book Freckles best of 5. William:. "I wish I could be who voted "No", had read In a cer- economic, and moral conditions ot B "
JOYCE MAST We cannot see, When my brother and I were little all the books we have read in like the river!I" tain Old Book, whose author is the the American Republic from a '1 w ;

a Class Reporters Dropping gentlyOn my daddy bought us a donkey. school this year, because It Is the Miss. Jacobs: "Like the river. In God of all worlds, how that a cer- somewhat similar amendment to ; ,
1 Grade Jennie Dunn you and me. When we tried to ride him he story of a poor orphan boy who what way?" tain wise king, (who prayed God the American Constitution. : 'I d
12th Grade Bunnle Canova wouldn't move until mother got finds a home. The man who gave William: "Stay in my bed and to give him wisdom) had Issued Therefore, they passed the 18th i I)
f ltl Marjorie Stump Weaving about us behind him with a whip. Then he him a home owned valuable treesIn yet follow my course!I" the following "mandate" or decree Amendment, and submitted it to !>, ''I
A magic spell 6. Question: "What is the difference to the subjects of his king- the 48 stated for '
Grade, Louise Snyder would jog along in a slow walk. the limberlost, which had to be ratification. 48 of I : '
v "10th Grade, Hazel Lennon Of wondrous beauty One day he went under the clothes guarded, so he gave Freckles the between the passing of a dom. Hear that decree: "Look not the 48 ratified, leaving only two !, 1. 'I'
9th Our lips cannot telL line and off we fell to the ground. I job. While Freckles was at work hair dresser and that of a sculp- upon the wine when It is red, whenIt "seccesslon states" in the American -
Joke Editors MORGAN -Betty Lee Kruse. Mother got tired having to go he saw large snakes crawling tor?" glveth Its color In the cup, whenIt union. And the star representing f'

CLYDE with a whip so daddy sold I around, but Freckles was very Answer: "Well, the hair dresser moveth itself aright At last the two secession states "" 'I I ,
The Bumble BeeAs along : brave and did not mind., Read the merely curls ups and dyes, while (yes not at first, but at last), it should have been blotted from the z I,
L are Indebted to the sixth I was looking at the big oak him.Then he bought us a pretty gray I book and see how the limberlost the sculptor makes faces and blteth like a serpent and sttngeth folds of "Old Glory" because of ;

L for the entire paper this tree, pony with a long white tall that almost Influenced Freglea' life.Dosbla busts." like an adder" Proverbs 23:31: their rebellion.W. .r
Around the. other. side came a bum- touched the ground. We hada Smith. ] 32. Now that "mandate" is from Ii:. Daugherty ://J
ble bee. saddle for him and he would trot Answers to riddles: the wisest king that ever mounteda ,. ,
I started to run 1. Because both have thorne or waved a scepter. The citrus blackfly has been tS '
KTII GRADE CHATTER: away. fast. When we moved out to the little Men a good con- '. \ 'It''
To run to the loft of hay; lake Buddy rode the pony out IItitution.I And that "mandate," Is prohibition found 123 times In Imports to Florida ,

edition, Starke, Fla.,:March I was running as fast as I could, there One day I thought I would Little men was written by Lousla,' 2. One yard. pure and simple. And will since January, 1918. Each Um t ;c' i,:
rat The bumble bee came faster as I take a ride so we put on his saddle M. Alcott. It is a very interesting I 3. The multiplication table. you please remember, dear reader, It was found I by: port Inspectors of i..W" ,f
933. Cblef-Lora Frfczee. thought he would.He and daddy helped me on. We book. I like it because it was 4. Because there are more of that King Solomon was no "Lame the State Plant Board and dest.roy:1', \ I : '
Itor-In Editor- -Billy Taylor.rt hit me very, very bad- started off all right but the pony about a home similar to a boardIng them. Duck" when he wrote that decree ed. I J.\ ,r ,{
ast Sullivan. Then turned away and I was glad. decided he would go back to his school, and It tells about a boy C. In Greece. It would take about one thousandof j./: ;ii'j.
Junior Ad- -Junior Adklns. home and off he started as fast as who was very poor and came to 1 our wet Congressmen, (who -I j.I', M f...,
mess Managers- this home. His name was Nat and seem to think that the American Actual demonstration of how,to '; .' '
and Julian Griffls. "Smile"Smile he could run. I hung on but whenwe he said he used to be a fiddler on Florida county and home demonstration Republic cannot stand without a do some better practice on the : F I 1, :}
ass Motto: "Can't Is a coward went through the woods the agents last year made 89- farm or in the home were at ',1
J when'you're happy the streets. He Is very fond of a whiskey, or a beer barrel under given I i
to try." limbs scratched my legs badly. 288 visits to farms and rural homes i 'I!
lazy when sad fiddle.I each of Its four corners) to make 9,972 meetings last year by Florida ( dl
Smile you're ; Daddy jumped in the car and followed -I "
in the interest of better
farming county and home demonstrationRRentB. \ ;
will not tell one Solomon. Yet, to hoar :
anything more
Let It be method always, ''I
your us, stopped the and
pony and their to
homemaking, reports The total attendance 'J'
Constitution Even If not glad. about this book, because I want I of our beer Congressmen talk, one was ':; '
you're took '
me off. Mother would never the Florida Fxtenslon .
Agricultural 193,720 from '
. 'e, the pupils of the sixth grade When you do some work do it with let us ride any more, so daddy sold you to read it yourselves. Service show would think that Solomon's over show reports the agent r .1 : i 1 1rd
v.a radford County High School, a smile our pony. Our donkey was too I -Lillian Moseley. coat would not make. them a jac I : t

rder to form a more perfectroom That Is the method that's always slow, and our pony too fast; may- ket. .. r! .. !
establish Justice, InsureI worthwhile.At be the next pet we get will be just RIDDLE AND JOKES Shame on such cheap polltclans, 1't'1..a J
I order, provide for a better work and at play let the smile right. 1. Why is a healthy person like N MILITANT MARY who put "political expediency," January foreign trade In Japan :.1" ;,
atlon and promote the generalare always stay. -Dot Bishop. tpe. United States? above conscience, the constitution was considerably larger than in the 4
of our school, do hereby Smile although the day looks gray, 2. What has three feet but can't don'tcore and the "mandate" that God has same month of 1032 '.. 'i I
In and establish this constltu- Make it always a happy day. My Dog Fritz walk? 0_ given them as professed Christ. 1( ( I
for the sixth grade of the Shirley Geary. My Boston Bull Is brindle witha 3: What Is the oldest piece of muchior.men.ut. { tans ( ?) to "Abhor that which Is ,r. .I!I ,1'\S

ord County School, Bradford blaze face and white feet. furniture in the world? }, confess evil ('greatly hate and loathe' that During the first five months of t i !q1 \\.
nty State of Florida, Unitedes "My Pup Sport"I His eyes bulge out like marbles 4. Why do white sheep eat more which Is evil) and cleave to that the current season, world consumption : ;,@i (f"
of America. have a pup, his name Is Sport, and his tail Is about one inch long, than black ones? often.TRY which Is good." Rom. 12:9: of cotton totaled 9.9 million II I j
His ears are long and his tall is and looks Just like a cork screw. 8. Where were. the first dough- And If the legalized liquor traffic bales as compared with 9.7 sail.1: : t 3
We will try to be present ev- short. I He stands about twelve Inches nuts fried? io.qet.1nat for revenue., la not an evil, and lion and 9.1 million, respectively, I ta s i' I "
day He barks and barks (Answers below) : .ComeWrtbei" the greatest,, evil, that civilizationand the same period In the two preced- : H f ;i \\t,
high.When '
We will try to be on time ev- He chews and chews, I take Fritz out in the rare Christianity has to wage war ing years. I "
day.We And carries of my very own shoes.N. back yard to play my goat chase 1. Miss Jacobs explaining a prob- loohTO, = on, then there is no evil under the The recent report of the. Timber; ,. e 'j. i
will try not to talk wlth- T. Rltch. him and he runs under the guinea lem on the board: "Watch the sun, and no mistake. Conservation Board to Secretary; y j'j)
permission. .. pig's pen and hides from him. board closely while I go through it SPARKLEINMY'EYE Now what That mandate of of Commerce Chapin, forecastle I, ] ; i ,>( ,
We will be courteous and polo OUR PETS When I try to catch him he runs again." I King Soloman, is an amendmentto that that the lumber Industry maybe ) .1 "

our teachers, classmates and hides. He thinks I want to 2. A little city boy was visiting ., ..'hH...... *j the prohibition constitution (the expected to Improve during th. '.' $;
visitors. My Pet play hide-and-go-seek with him. his country cousin: "What do you I Ten Commandments) that God present year. "\ I.... \ ,
We will neither give nor zee About four years ago I bad a pet -N.T. Rltch. b 1V

help on tests or examlna- kitten named Blackle. I called her .. -- .. .- -- p
3. Blackle because she was black with BOOK REVIEWS !
We will hot destroy school the exception of one white spot -' '
>erty. under her chin. One day I dressed Tom Sawyer
We will be clean both phys- her In one of my dolls' clothes, the Tom Sawyer was written by ;
1 and mentally. dress, the coat, and the bonnet Mark Twain. Tom was about nine
Then I fixed my little doll carriage, or ten years old at the time. He ,
his paper is composed of art- and put her in it and took her rid- lived with his Aunt Polly who was ;
written by pupils of Miss ing. Some of our friends said she a widow. One. day Tom and his Confidence
bs' sixth grade. We havet looked like a little black baby. two pals decided to become pirates.
two weeks on It. Every art. That spring I had my tonsils They planned to go to an Island Ii
Is original Getting this paper taken out, so I gave Blackie to one near the town in which they lived. .
ther was not as easy as you of my friends. Shortly after thatI They went to the dock that night y .,.
think, because, I have. saidre moved away from Greensboro, where their raft was. There was ,
I ) all work Is original. We alle (N. C.) and have not seen Blackle no one around so they pushed off 1 -.,

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I II >rga Washington was true and so glad that -aey climb all over this ,year was Pollyanna. of the I I
brave, me. When I don't have much to orange Blossoms. She married a li"5 ',. In Our Banks \/ ,', 1
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work to our country he gave do I play with them. SometimesI '
was honest, great, and kind, put the white mice on my dog's day Pollyanna said she wanted a ..: ''w't, .I' ." ,

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i" 1 1"I" I I W. O. W. OF FLORIDI I f Then when a customer went Into banking holiday unless some other n Surrency; Innpartorn. U. T. O.tee",. from Bradford C'>lInt'
1 TO HOLD STATE MEET a store and saw boxes of berries arrangements can be made in in- H. P. Qalney, M.U. XV P. Matheny.HIN8ON\ vacancy Honorable occaeToned O. M. t b,' tk'i' fill
, he would perhaps decide to dividual cases. Chairman, Board of County Commlmiloner IN TEHTIMON"I In.. ", 4pq
) ; I Bradford Flor have \,
; TiSocJctylj ; berries insteadof "< County hereunto set hnijltDl
Members of Woodmen of the buy a box of nice ida.ATTEST I fixed the Orea.t S 'II', ;.. '
1'a., Florida will at a can pf some fruit which was Wool activity shown in market, !: : Florida, at Tallaha( kw
World of gather
r A. I. THOMAS, thlll the 'h, ..
their bi-annual head camp meetingIn labeled and they were sure to be with the New England branch of Clerk. 3-10-3-3-24. I 1933. eighth da ..rek
t the best record. 4I
Xs.co... ,. the Hotel Marlon at Ocala, the same all through. Industry making I"
l, March 13 and 14, according to an Yours truly, NOTiCe (SEAL) ti'. :IUT.
SAULS-SNY'DEIl.R ,(session plans were made announcement head con- S. Courtney, Life Insurance Marked decrease STATE! OF FLORIDA To Hon. W. J. E: ,.My"" f *'
today by .n.
.Office Secretary of State--SS. Bradford Count'
I in loans to policyholders. lajw(
4 Patrick's silver tea to be uul Alexander H. M. McCully of Starke, Florida. .1 KNOW YE. That I, R. A. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green, have March 24. The following i Secretary of State of the State oi;
1 Jacksonville.A Oil-Curtailment and price structure Florida de hereby Rive notice that a BOREE &
ti announced the marriage of their tees were appointed: GIDDEN
attendance is SPECIAL
+ large expected PLANT CITY BERRIES situation in California which ELECTIONwill
daughter, Mrs. Pearl Snyder, to Mrs. J. L. Peek Mrs. T. J. E. be held In the County of Bradford FUNERAL DlnECTOBl
because De Bradshaw newly
Y and Mrs. Glen ARE MOVING FAST bad been offering resistance to gen- State of Florida, on the fourth Casket D..l"r
Mr. A. F. Sauls, of Fernandina. man ;; Non
elected president of the Woodmenof eral breakdown Tuesday In March, 1933. the Bald At ne.aett'a
The wedding took place Saturday, oration Mrs. W. B. Parka, the World Life Insurance Association again became Tucn.:y being theTWENTYEIGHTH LICKNSBU"AmbuUnre".rOh...

J :March 4th at the home of Mr. and D. Vining and Mrs. O. L. will attend the meeting Plant City, March 7.-Cooler acute recently. MONTH DAY OF SAID EMDALIIIIt'" _

a w :Mrs. Lloyd sheen the Rev. W. F. The music committee Other national officers to be present t weather and the bearing out of a CLERK AND IVtPKCTOIlSMPBCIAI. for a member the House of Rep- Always K..dr Phone""|1.,.

i Jones, officiating- Only a few Intimate work, In conjunction will be R. E. Miller, Sentry of big crop of fruit in many patches KLKtTIONThe resentatives of the State of Florida 85 t. 01 Rlverelde A..e, J..
I Board of County Commissioners -
friends were present. standing music Dallas, Texas; W. C. Braden, Auditor brought smaller receipts of straw- of Bradford County at a, -
Mr, and Mrs. Sauls, wek's posed Mrs. H. V. Knight .railed. meeting held In Starke on
of Lake Charles, La.; and E. berries on the local yard during the
twill Z. Adkins Mrs. Ceo. H. Thursday, March: 9th, 19S3, appointed
visit the East Coast be at, :
on B. Lewis of Klnston, N. C., chairman last half of last week. Prices on the following clerks and Inspectors
i1 i home to their friends in Starke. I Mrs. E. L. Biggs. of auditors. the yard fell materially on Thurs- to serve at the Special Electionto
At the close of the I b.held at the several precincts
r The Woodmen of the World is day but sjtrengtehened on Friday within Bradford County on Tuesday
: i LADIES AUXILIARY sion, Mrs A. Z. Adklns" particularly Interested in the wel- and Saturday and were holding up March 28th, 1933: STRAWBERRY PICKERS'TICKETS {
"Mother Machree" and Precinct No.1 Lawtey; Clerk Jas.
fare of Florida because the national well under the new or-
r yesterday Rosier' : Inspecotrs, R. 3. Blanchard,
.' The mission study class of the Irish Rose accompanied association has a large invest- der of affairs brought about by J. H. Austin, Hailie, Jones.
Rh r Presbyterian church met with Mrs.O. E. L. Biggs. Miss Anita ment in Florida municipal, county the banking holiday. Clerk Precinct No.. 8, North Starke:
two violin : L* A. Davis; Inspectors N. D.
X7 H. Lowry on Tuesday evening'at manch played and State securities Fruit yesterday was conmmand- Walnwrlght.' F. M. Norman J'. H.

,.t? t ,I the manse. Mrs. H. H. Young entitled "Mazurka" by Many new members are now be- Ing from 6 J-2 to 8 1-3 cents the Ritch.Precinct No.8. South Starke:
u. ; conducted the study on Indian and "Momenta Musical" by I ing obtained and will be InitiatedIn pint with moat of it bringing 7 1-2 rier I L.. D' Vlnlnir: inspectors T. N.
American. At the close of the bert. Miss Courtmanch one large class, to be known as and 7 3... cents the pint. Payment hill.Kendrick, K. W. Hayes. J. I* (Under

study a social hour was enjoyed companied by her mother, 'The Bradshaw Class" in honor of was being made as it were, with Precinct No.4. Graham: Clerk,
?i "..r- "at which time Mr served J. H. Courtmanch. I Chealey FORK: Inspectors, R. S. Wasdm .
Lowry During the social half I the new president, at the time of slips which. will be taken up by W. T. McEver, S. T. Thomas
her guests with delicious refresh : head camp meeting, according buyers upon receipt of their returns Precinct No. 6 Hampton: Clerk,
k ments. social committee served to Head Consul McCully. from the fruit. r*. E. Harper; Inspectors Le Parker $2.00 Per Thousand
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freshments. B.T Saxon, 0. W. Rhame, Jr.
t "j ,: The Ladles Auxiliary will hold I Woodmen of the World has risen Forwardings of fruit out of here' Precinct No. 6 Therssa: Clerk: A.
their monthly meeting next Tues I under the leadership of such men during the lost half of the week,'I.. Sullivan; Inspectors, B L. Hlnson
''Y W; day evening, March 14, at the home ,BAPTIST W. M. S. J. C. Root W. A. Fraser and brought the uon's movement to 'Jacob Precinct I. Carstensen No. 7 New, John River Hall.: Clerk,

of Mrs. W. A. Stern. The subject I TO MEET I Bradshaw to the foreground I 16,193,435: pints of berries and ap- .E, A. Sapp: Inspectors C. C. Butler,
-I -a. U Crews, Kustls .
a for discussion will be Japan con- progressive fraternal insurance proximate return to to
growers No.8 Brooker: Clerk, A.
+ ducted by Mrs. O. H. Lowry. The I Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Among its national- $1,020,864.82. I 25c Each Additional Change!!
"! %r annual election of officers will be S. will meet Monday I
known enterprises are the War As far as was known yesterday I HE, WILL NEVER STAND
held and all members are urged to three o'clock with Mrs. S. F. Hospital and Bird Sanc- buyers will continue to operateon

iw be present. I rick. Circle members are; at San Antonio, Texas, and the basis for the duration of the I WHO STANDS UPON HIS OWN- STHNGTHThat Bmokr*
? M.! Brownlee leader; Mrs. Station WOW in Omaha
w + MIL AND AIKH. It. F. Pitts, secretary; Mrs. Priest ka.

y'j' DEMOKEST ENTERTAIN I urer, and Mrs. Roy. Edwards The National Head Camp Meet- ... MUTANT! tiNo'womon'toows te.d.w" eeao nn9pI4
( d IA. F. Murrhee, Mrs. O. H. of the Woodmen of the World ; CmMWU.. sltrlntuav<[to> e AttheTELEGAPH
1 .j ; A delightful social affair of Sat- I Mrs. J. L. Simmons, Mrs. be held In Chicago in July /e.wuieu STArrMFNrp

:: urday evening was the bridge party Hundley Mrs. W. J. the World's Fair; and a { ; ,.-,.. egsr, ns19AMnnESp! ';y,
"s given by Mr. and Mrs. U. F. D fn- J. H. Goodman, Mrs. P. E. delegation Is expected from o-rnorj-until'sbeV I

Sorest at their home to members Mrs. H. D. Hemingway State. Special trains will carry .

iVFt ,[)t their club. M. Barefoot, Mrs. W. A. of the World delegates married'hirnandTHEN ;

T The spacious living room was Mrs S. F. Hamrick, Mrs. members. Self-inlurance is sclfdtceptlon. OFFICEPhon'e
made lovely with oft '! Mrs. W. H. Andrews I
i arrangements Sapp, No man: can carry
red geraniums Intermingled with I I Wm.. Mundy, 'Jr., Mrs; Clark LETTER BOXStarke his own risk without, en-
lacy fern in low.,bowls, and red T. M. Hutching, Mrs, R. R.: It's much'loo danyering hu own capital.
Amaryllis lilies ''hi tall vases 'I Ings, Mrs. R. A. Thomas. .much'too.kte'to'c0St'hirli' I '
Five ,Fla., March T 1933.. : let us send ypuwtthoutcost,
: progressions of contract Circle No. 2 of the ,
r," '.. '' bridge were enjoyed and scores M. S. will meet Monday Bradford County"Telegraph, "- ;; -TRY I Call our booklet on self-insurance.:
write or phone. 295ff2wu'
fY ; -added. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and at three o'clock with Mrs. Florida.In .
,. =:Mr. W. M. Walnwrlght received Darby. Circle members are: the March 2 Issue of the Tele HER-LUCK I HAROLD C: WALL

:;the prizes for holding high score. I L.: O. Powell, leader; Mrs was an article about too AGAIN ;
The hostess served sandwiches, Kabr, Jr., secretary; Mrs. and too small strawberries be- INSURANCE
;: "-'lCooklea and coffee to the guests, Hayes treasurer, and Mrs. sent to market with the nicest F't.tH"9h. I STARKE. FLORIDA

.-;who were; Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Grlffis, Mrs. A. O. Andreu, top, also a request for more
4 ; : Jl;Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Chas. Overstreet;Mrs: W. H. to be used In packing. .

y. CMr'. and Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght, kins, Mrs. Robt. Cone Mrs. So many times you hear'packers .
/ -:::'Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Hemingway, Mrs. G. W. "Oh, it doesn't make'so much

x :T.Ir and Mra.: C. D. Shank. Mrs L. W. Klcklltejr,' Mrs. it is a box of berries.

i'L Griffin. Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Wouldn't it be funny to go into
; i ; fJILLY WA1NWRIOIIT. JR. zie Johns Mrs. G. B. Flynn store and see shelves of unlabeled "

JCKLEBRATES BIRTHDAYThe Fay GUI. Mrs. E. D. Card of fruits set in a row, just A. \<..

M. Thomas, Mrs. John sign stating this shelf is peaches

i .The fourth birthday anniversary Mrs. F. F. Flume Mrs. S.. O. one pears, etc., nothing
tgh Vat .Billy Walnwrlght, son of. Mr Miss Etta Tlson. who or where the goods was .

tb wnd.Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght will Circle No. 3 of the Baptist ,
t \KP.down as one of the Important j' S. will meet Monday Why shouldn't each box of ber-

,4 ,elents.gf/ his life and will be re-1 J three o'clock with Mrs. I bear the grower's name and

l i, ;; imemberpd ,by a number of guests Brownlee. Circle members : better, the date of packing?

dj Who ,attended his party Saturday I Mrs. G. P. Raymond leader;'tn'I MISSIONARYSTRAWBERRY
? .. tllJ.'n from 3:30: to 9:30: o'clock J. H. Lord, secretary;' Mrs. SELECT t

+ 1'' ./.>t the residence of his parents. j Newaom treasurer,, and Mrs. PLANTS

.All the happy events that make Silcox, Mrs H. M. Edwards Grown on the Famous Eastern
l '[the days just one glorious event David Sllcox, Mrs. Thoa. !Shore of Maryland and CHEVROLETeieiz.
; (/Sifter another, were combined In reau, Mrs. C. A. Knight Delaware '

.:;Billy's birthday party. Games es.pecJay E. Wall, Mrs. J. C., Robinson In our Nurseries, comprisingmore ,
,:. : adapted to ,the busy little J. E. Wilson, Mrs. H. L. than one thousand acres of
i'I;' i jf minds 9t small tots, had been prepared Mrs. C. L Clark Mr A. J. land in Delaware and Maryland \

/.j:.; ;.::: for the entertainment of them as, Mrs. Chas. Powell, Mrs. we have some excellent strawberry "
IC ...,children. .
Canova. Mrs. Feeler Mrs.
j soil which produces plants
,f A color schema of pink and yel- ,Johns, Mrs. F. C. Peterson, free from root-knot, a menace ; ; THE WORLD'S LOWESTPRICEDFULLSIZE
4 how was carried out in the decors.t W. L. Wall, Mrs. P. Gassett. to strawberry production in ,
t : y y110133 of early spring flowers and W. M. Johnson, Mrs. H. S. many sections of the count'ry. or 1 a 11II.
1 ; ; the refreshments served at the i.i.. When placing your orders withus .
,,e close of the afternoon. Favors
f+ I I'ACK-KENFKOE' you are assured of getting
Ir N <; were baskets filled with mints. i free from all traces of 'SIX-CYLINDER ENCLOSED CARS
e Mrs Wainwright/ assisted her"'
Mr and Mrs. B. F. disease and true-to-name; plants
,, I, ,.small son in entertaining C'! :I I Fort Myers announce the properly graded and put up for

P ,': CIRCLES MET MONDAY of their daughter, Avy shipment to reach you in excel

? I -AFTERNOON Donald Ragon Pace of Ft. condition.The price- U $2.00 A NEW AND ADDITIONAL LINE OF CHEVROLET' SIXES

( ; They were married Friday, 1000. _. : 'm
3, In Punta Gorda. Place your-order with
f Monday afternoon the circles of
Mrs.: Pace was attired in L.G.COUCIIRepre
q' the Woman's
1 __ of the. Methodist church met and I ternoon gown of white flat entln&, Buntings' Nurseries r.. +t z.
with accessories to match and
held their March meeting. The Inc., Shelbyvllle Delawareand
; ried a bouquet of white roses.
subject of the worship service was 1 Pace Showell Maryland
t (. ,'"The Compassion of Jesus" and the formerly made her
i Starke and has a large
study topic was "The Deaconess !
.s.1 Who Is She?" I,! friends. Mr. Pace Is the son of
[ and Mrs Thomas Bentley wNERVES'
Mrs. A. W. Redgrave and Mrs. and Is
T. Olson entertained circle number associated with the
I City Ice I
Company They
one, at the home of the former.
at home to their -
r The devotional service was led by Ballard Road Ft. many 4 j' .,.,.J...., COUPE
I '' Mrs. A. Wood, and after a business I'I Myers. '. ....

I session Mrs. Olson and Mrs. A. Z. NO MORATORIUM ON e '

Adklns discussed the topic being INCOME: TAX Another great new line of cars tram the $445.00 mission has an easy clashless shift and >
7 studied. During the social half I
hour the hostesses served a tempt The Collector of Internal leader.Tomorrow.I.... Chevrolet introduces, silent second gear. The
ing sweet course with hot cocoa. nue for the district of as an addition to its present Master Six fast responsive six. And Chevrolet engineers
Circle Number Two met at the vises that the bank fullsize.COACH '
parsonage, the hostesses the new 'Standard Six line Big have made economy an outstanding feanut'fulllengti
being clared by the Federal and
;r Mrs. W. F. Jones! Mrs. L. F Smith government should In no } automobiles. Built to Chevrolet Engineering tests show that the Standard
f and Mrs. W. $455 00
F. Boulware.
"' business session was The lay the filing of income standards of quality performance Six goes more miles on a gallon of gas, more
presided turns
over for the year.. 1032
,: by the circle leader, Mrs. L. D. 'due In the Collector's office, dependability and rxc.icmy.;: And selling on a filling of oil, than will any other full-si

;- : Vining, and the devotional service sonville, Florida, not later at the t lowest prires placed remember >
?. ..h i wan led by Mrs. J. W White. Mrs. March 15. 1933.Tbebank ever on sixCOUPE car on the road. As for reliability-

fJ k Sam Anderson and Mrs O. W. I holiday does not cylinder enclosed' r.;tor cars. ,it's a Chevrolet.
'( n White each took part In the read- stitute a reasonable cause, I [J P TO your ears' hi work- with rumble seat

Ings on the Deaconess program, 'granting, of an extension of every nerve at high tension. The styling is rrod'rn, aer-atream styling Introduction of this new Standard Six ope!I!
and Miss Amelia Ray told the fur. the filing of returns, No wonder you snap at the wife ,
story of Lucy Rider Meyer the prompt filing will avoid the and Darla at the children. ultra-smart and up-to-the-minute. The $475.00All the way for new thousands of people to enjoy
t Watch out I Overworked
mother Deaconess: of the American Methodist cent penalty for delinquency nerves may lead to Sleeplessness bodies are Fisher wood-and-steel bodies- the advantages Chevrolet quality. It give
movement. i |Ii assessable on all Incorxto
h. The afternoon closed with the turns filed after March 15, ,Indigestion Nervous Headache and a host, N rvoos of- spacious, tastefully finished-and featuring ma f. .. .. ,.Ii"".. Mic/oi-. the public for the first time a full-size automobile

"'1S I, hostesses serving light refresh for the calendar year, 1932. other unpleasant disturbance Fisher- No. Draft Ventilation. The windtra.d'.bclu.ic: ,..>.. combining maximum quality and(
> ments. Serving the guests were Why don t you try Dr. Mllea ..
; n-.tot MomC.
,. .WirA.
shields IVnwt
:. Edith have safety plate glass. The trans-
rlp Jones and Dorothy Boul PRIZE WON TWICE Effervescent Nervine Tablets maximum all-round economy.
., : ware two 4-H Club girls. Just one In a half glass off
,. water makes a pleasant, spark/. "
i I We won the prize: at the .
k 4 WOMAN'S CLUB OF STARKK A. meeting twice, for having to hug drink delightfully soothing t.

MET WEDNESDAYThe :, most mothers grandmothers Dr.over-taxed Miles' perve Nervine Is now CHEVROLET STANDARD SIX

friend: present. The first made In two forms -Liquid and ,
,.t Woman's Club of Starke met'"we won gold fish. The last Effervescent Tablet Both bane A OINIKAL MOTORS VALUf
Wednesday afternoon Mar. 8th at I we had the privilege pf th same soothing street .
,, the clubhouse with the president,,, : our prize: We hope to win S1.00 all your drug tore -

Mrs. W. E. Middleton, presiding. j i prize at the end of the _
After the members repeated launlmu having the most paid up
2i T ..H\)sv, collect.and aalu1ed..tbe 4',. .5 TORO.D.E CHEVROLET CO'
4, flag, America the Beautiful was | Automobiles Sales for

sung with Mrs. H. V. Knight at ,month totaled 91,000 units, as

the piano. During the business i pared with 87,000 la January STARKE, FLORIDA'x

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m u S25SZS25ZSLSZ52Sda % :'nd reprc' ''itntlvea+ to the State tatoes. In counties where fertilizer -1[ DANCE: POSTPONED MARRIAGE LICENSES I Elm leaf beetles seek elteitern the [ I h

: Legislature to take the necessary Is commonly used, according to I i aI I fall under stones, In the crevices i
I !i1 steps to enact legislation to amend the testimony of representatives The Red Cross benefit that was The following marriage licenses of the bark of trees and somewhat ,
a w Bits of chapter 15762, Acts of 1931, to provide of the Department of AgrlCulture'j to be sponsored by the Dance-of- have bent Issued by County Judge commonly In sheds and houses i 41
4l a I for an equal distribution of the rate must not the-Month Club tonight has been E. K. Perryman during the past They appear at about the time the 1 t
said race track funds allocated to acre for general field crops, $10 I postponed until Friday, March 17. two weeks: young leave. start In the spring. ,; > I
Bradford County between the an acre for tobacco and $20 an acre Lonnie Ray Ford and Grace La- The presence of these insects in Y ,
I I callt.yI & Board of Public Instruction of for truck crops, Including potatoes.Not AUXILIARY TO MEET Borda.A. any numbers In a house'usually ,
tN ( Bradford County and the general to exceed $1 an acre of loans The American Legion Auxiliarywill Roo and Beatrice White. means nearby elm trees which were ,I t
fund of Bradford County to be made at any of these rates may hold Its regular meeting Tuesday Alfred F. Lowe and Wlldo Raul- severely damaged by the peats last r Y 1,
Concerning; Our People, Business and used by the county commissionersfor be used for repairs and miscellaneous afternoon, March Nth at 3:30: erson year and are destined, other things .' a,4N 1 it, dr, .
of the and current expenses. expenses "of crop production i o'clock at the Legion hall. All Bertie Privett and Emma Crews. being equal to suffer even moro \. \ '
I Progress' County Town. The clerk was instructed to write other than seed fertilizer feed for members are asked to be present. James Manning and Hazel severely the coming season. r I j ,: !
, the governor stating what had workstock aadV fuel and oil for Knowles. '
..... been done to effect in the tractors. i OFFICE IS OPEN NOW / i I
-'.-...------ .SCaR7SiS economy H, A. Bland and Mrs. Beatrice 1/ i
aw 5525Z5L525' COCOClCClc.a.JackAonvtlle : S747SaS7OS7SaSiSSr i operation of the county affairs, and Must Plant Garden I FOR LOAN APPLICATIONS Moody Lawman. "Wfolks! J ;
Tuesday.. I part of town. Mr. Epperson is that the assessed valuation and I I. I F. A. Scott announced this week George W. Rahme Jr. and Merle 't j i:1:
employed at the State Farm. millage had been materially reduced -. Special provision is made for additional that he was ready to assist all Johnson. :
Mr. Morgan Richard spent the In the last several years I loans-within the farmers In preparing applicationsfor Wlllia Starling and.Cents Den -+---.. 1 ; I
week-end In Jacksonville. Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Mrs. E. L. and that the county had no outstanding I mum allowed per farmer- Federal crop production loans. mark. ,. ;
Biggs, Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere, Mrs. obligations at the present purchase of materials for maxi-I This work will be carried on at a Here I am back again. I gave ,' t1'I
Mr. Sanders Harvey visited H. B. McLendon and Miss Madge time. -- Ing and dusting, to protect desk in the office of the Clerk of TALKS ON TREES you a long rest but its all over .111 +
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffis were Middleton were guests at a party i Motion made by G. W. Andrews I from insects and diseases for pay- : the Circuit Court.It now, cause every time you get r. ,,
I visitors In Jacksonville Monday. given by Mrs. W, P. Davies at her that salary of Guard at Jail be reduced -i ment of water' charges, electric Is urged that all farmers bringin (Dr E. Porter Felt, director the this paperyou're aq
home at the State Farm Tuesday' from $30.00 per month to i power, etc., necessary to crop pro- the description of their lands Bartlett Tree Research Labora- ; goin' to \ t fi+
Messrs. E. M. Davis and John afternoon In honor of Mrs. C. D. $10.00 per month. Said motion was duction on irrigated land; for prO-: for failure to do to necessitates a tories, Stamford, Conn. see this_mug ,.
I Powell were In Jacksonville Tuesday Whltaker. lost for want of a second. I duction expenses Including employ- delay In making the ,applicationsuntil Insects are not welcome In the ,\1 'I I 1 ,
Reports for the month of Feb- .. ment of hand labor on sugar beets, this is furnished. house. There Is no denying that w It'. all right t.. '.
The Parent-Teacher Association sugar cane hops, and rice. Loans #;a' for the bankers
ruary were received from the -.-- they occur occasionally, even In the ,
Mr. C. D. Shank of Lake City, will meet Wednesday afternoon at county judge, demonstration agent, may also be made this year for best of residences. The house fly to take, holiday
spent the week-end with his family three o'clock. In the school audi- Jail Inspector convict Inspector for summer fallowing, not to exceed School Board Met and mosquitoes force themselves but don't ; ';, ;I 1
in Starke. torium. Officers will be elected Nassau County prison camp, and $2 SO an acre for acreage not in I For Brief SessionThe upon our attention, and in a very wont my cus- 1.fii ,j 1"'I. ,,
fur the next school term and a Justice of the peace for the 8th excess of that planted In 1932, -- I few places one finds the house fly tomer to take .''i. I' "
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy prize will be given to the grade district. Same were approved and provided a first lien Is given on all Bradford County Board of enjoying equal rights at the table.A ? tan and SO I de. l' I n 1.
Jacksonville Wed- having the most ordered filed. crops growing, or to be planted rlilinl to open up I
were visitors In patron members Public Instruction met In regular few of the household frequenterslive I .t
nesday. who have paid their annual dues Local and current bills were grown and, harvested In 1933 sufficient -,I session Monday, March 6, with upon fabrics. The well known thin broadcastIng jj \ tf
to the P. T A. I paid.There to covet the advance.In members J. H. Kelly and W. C. depredations of carpet beetles and Htatlon n 1' ,
addition-to the reduction required -' again and let you In on a lot of ; ,
Mrs. George Roberts of Lawtey, being no further business Manning present. clothes moths require no explanation. -
visited Mrs. J. W. Andrews Wed- H. R. Monroe of Jacksonville, I the board adjourned to meet the this year tn acreage of cash Minutes of previous meeting I Many know of these to their straight dope. 1'iJ iJ: "*.,!
nesday. former State Drug Inspector, has first Monday In April, 1933, at 10a. crops, borrowers must agree to !' read and approved. sorrow. 0_ 1 I t j 1 ,
plant a garden for home use and a \ \ j
accepted a position in Corpenlng's m. I Board agreed to pay $1.00 on There are other insects which I '
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, who has Drug Store.COUNTY A. J. Thomas, Clerk. sufficient acreage of feed' crops to ,I each diploma for the graduationfrom enter' the house accidentally, and You know I get a big kick out of ,|- ,- i j.j tier:l
:' been 111 for some time, Is reportedto --- --- supply feed for their livestock. B. H S. for this term. although they cause, apprehension, these ads If I were to go around yj : L '
be improving this week. COMMISSIONERS: LOANS REQUIRE Acreage taken out of cash crop I Pupils from the rural districts because a bug Indoors la always talking to all you women folks In I ,1it j I';
SEEKING RACE FUNDS ACREAGE CUT production may be planted to anysoilbuilding ; are allowed to enter Bradford under suspicion, It in true that cer- person your husband might /get i : 't:t,,

Theodore Young Is visiting : crop. i County High School for remainderof tain of these insects are simply jealous, but I can put my picture ,: : f
friends and relatives in Peru, Ind., (Continued from page 1.) (Continued from page 1)) Loans will be made, the regula- term, provided they have ecom- taking advantage of a shelter built In the paper amljullp right Into'' ,'. '

and Chicago, 111. ent. G. W. Hinson, chairman, L.'I::* Obtain Application UlunkiT"' tions further declare, "to farmers pleted the eighth grade In their for human comfort. Insects with your home without him thinking I'. 'I ,,I h. rh"
who are unable to obtain loans for' own school, and the these habits are rather commonly about It. I"," '11'
Conner, Mallory Thomas, J. M. 'I passed exam- a thing 1 1I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of Rosier and G. W. Andrews. Minutes Farmers scelc/ig crop productionloans crop production during the year: ination given by the county. found at this time of year and sent _. I rAnd J
Palatka, were guests Friday of Mr. of last meeting read and this year are advised to ob- 1933, from other sources. These : No further business the board In with a request for Informationas -
and Mrs. A. :M. Darby. adopted.Mr. tain application blanks and copiesof loons may be made to such individuals i adjourned to meet the first Monday i to why they should be In a house now that I um here I d '
the regulations in their home as are found by the Secretary status Thebrl&htly it' i .r
In and their as pests.
P. A. Crosby appeared\ be- counties, Wash- April.A. want to any that wo have the 1 1 I : ,
rather than from
Agriculture to have fit
acreage red
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss fore the board relatives to the completion J. Griffis, Secy colored, frequently prettiest line of 08o Wash K j
Middleton visitors In ington. Field agents of the Crop for seeding and who are without W C. Manning, Chairman. black.spotted lady beetles are '
Madge were of cattle fence along Ala- dnNMMMi we have ever bud, the ,,1 1,1 I
Production Loan
Jacksonville Monday afternoon.Mrs. I I chua county line. The board decided Office are In each now means to purchase the supplies among these. They are beneficial prettiest line of Spring!& Drawn ; f ; t'1 t
designating representatives necessary for crop production dur- feed
that, in view of a recent supreme farming county to Inform prospec- ing the year 1933 .. No loans will plant insects lice which and ordinarily assist materially upon In I I've e\lt'r. seen' and girl. the ;, :4 4prk'e. ,,1811!t .)
T'nml: Godwin and Miss court decision Alachua I "MILITANTMARYWhen1aee- Iteiiln at $1.9J.; '
I tive borrowers of the requirements be made to arty applicant who hasa controlling pests trees. ; I > ?Ul" )
Dunbar of the State Farm, would be held responsible for the upon 'l !' "
Toby governing loans and to '
distributes means of livelihood, other than Another common Insect attracting -. : If
were In Starke Tuesday afternoon. fencing of Its said boundary and application blanks and other nec- farming. ., !Loans: will\ not be made notice Indoors at this season lathe t t ); \\t,
:'the county attorney was Instructedto essary forms. These agents will for the purchase of machinery or elm leaf beetle. This Is a dark And don't let me forget Mun- 1 ,1\ ',p t
Miss Martha Brownlee was the write the board of county commissioners assist farmers In filling out applications livestock, or for the payment of cretonne*.in* o colored Insect, obscurely marked slngwenr. Hose, Chiffon or Service ',I

guest of Miss Bobble Conoly In of that county accord- without charge. taxes, debts, or Interest on debts. 1 IstorelolwayysbptoTHINK with yellow, and about onefourthof weight"*for BOc,.I don't see how they I" : NV
Green Cove Springs for the week- ingly. Accompanying the required 30 Loans will not be made for feed- an Inch long, which may be dolt. 1' :I
end. Mrs. Missouri Hodges was per cent reduction In acreage Ing of livestock other than work- found In attlcts, In fireplaces; and "- ''t- v.j'l ; '1
stricken from the roll, she -
pauper planted to cash'crops, above the ,
stock used In crop production.. a little later upon the windows. \,( ,;
Mrs. J. R. Padgett of Palatka. having moved from the county, and established minimum, the 1933 An application for a loan, accompanied -. Of-homes-ondIblnqvlHnewbefore Hold 'em in the road -see you ;; ''t!:"
warrant Issued to her in t
spent Friday as the guest of her Februarywas regulations limit the amount avail- by the necessary crop next week. 1. '
life-long friend, Mrs. M. E. Ed- ordered cancelled.The able to any farmer to $300. In Hen' will be passed on first by INSURE WITH "I' I j 1 ,"+;
wards. names of Carrie Thomas 1932, crop production loans were county advisory committees. If i [DROWNED : Gulf Life Insurance ')' y, :II!, I
and Tom Strong were ordered made to 507,632 farmers,
averag- the county committee and the field
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner and stricken from the pauper roll. ing $126 each. No loan In excessof Inspector certify the application It I MY-SOUL-IN : CompanyN. NAT } : }
family formerly of Cedar Key, Pauper allowance'ot Lou Grlf $100 will be made to any appli- will\ be forwarded to one of the several I D. WAINW RIGHT, JR. STERNBERGII ;
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have moved to their home here on fls was reduced from $5.00 to $2.50 cant who Is In arrears on as manyas regional field offices for final I INK Local Representative jl

Chrerry street. per month. two previous loans made by the approval and disbursement All applications '.'PlhM.ta' i I, "' I J (
The pauperallowance of Mrs. Secretary of Agriculture. last from the State of Flor- __ ",; I. ,,
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H., Naswortby Avey Stilley was reduced from year, interest Is fixed at S 1.2 percent ida will\ be handled by the regional :. ---,::-----=_ -.. -.-- .: _: '. ..:.-= _h...._ -'-':' : ;ill"1' ',
and Mrs. G. H. Meadle attended the $5.00 to $2.50 per month.Mr. to be deducted when the ad- field office at Washington, D. C. ; ; f
funeral of Mr. R. S. Petersen In Jonathan Dukes, Justice of vance Is made. All notes are due Applications from Bradford i f &
I' Jacksonville Sunday. the peace from the 8th District October 31, 1933. Advances to County will\ be prepared by the I" ,: f : )
( -- --- appeared before the board requesting borrowers may be made In Install- County Agent, L. T. Dyer assistedby
Mrs E. :M. Johns and daughter, that he be furnished the nec- ments, the regulations state, Inasmuch Frederick A. Scott in quarters
I "I Gloria Johns returned Saturdayfrom essary supplies for official use. The as expenditures for crop pro- assigned them in thet' ourt houseat
Baltimore, Md., where they clerk furnish was intsructed the to endeavorto duction are usually made over a Starke. ;, lip Top Grocery :I: ;f1
had spent several days. necessary suppliesif considerable period. I t'
I same are now on hand in his One million dollars of the $90- 8QUAKE DANCE I I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pike and Mrs. office. A letter from Governor 000.000 funds Is available for live-
Bob Hill of Jacksonville, were Sholtz was received and read, in stock feed in drought or storm The American Legion Auxiliary 1

week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. which the governor again stressedthe stricken areas. ... will sponsor a square dance Friday
C Wall at their cottage at Kings- fact that he was expecting ualj No Fred Charged evening March 10, Legion Hall. IlTlIittilr
i Icy Lake. board to use every effort in effect- Charging a fee for the preparation Music will be furnished by the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 10TH & '
ing real economy in the operationof of a borrower's application Is Orange Grove String Band. All ,

Merril Futch, Milton Brownlee, the county's affairs, same was expressly forbidden this year In/proceeds will go to the needy. The,
,, Jr., Ralph Cox and Lester, Price ordered filed.Petition Section 3 of the Act of Congressauthorizing public is Invited to attend. I fi
Tomato Plants 1000 i
Robinson of the University of Florida of Wash Rosier was the crop production or Pepper perl $2.25
I ,
I Gainesville, spent the weekend presented to the board asking for loans. Congress further declared I
at their respective homes. relief assistance, same was laid these loan funds "to be Impressedwith RUPTURESHIELD
I \ over for further investigation. a trust to accomplish the pur- Pure or Compound Maxwell House nest Creamery U ;: !"
Mrs. C. L. Clark, Mrs. O. L. Mrs. E. M. Coleman Appeared poses provided for by this resolution EXPERT HERE j < 4

Haynes, Miss Nancy Clark, Miss I before the board with a petition, -and it shall be unlawful for II. M. Shpvnun, widely known Lard 4 lb 25c Coffee Ib.- 25c Butter lb. 20c 1 ff"T .
Sarah Hope Haynes and Miss Dot requesting relief assistance. It any person to make any material expert of Chicago, will personally '
Ritch motored to Gainesville Friday was ordered that she be placed on false representation for the pur- be at the George Washington Hotel f', ,I
afternoon.Mr. the pauper roll at $2.50 per month.F. pose of obtaining any loan or to Jarknonvlllo, Saturday, Sundayand lied Grade White True Love (ko. Washing r 'I y)
O. Peterson appeared before assist In obtaining such loan or to 11 12.I'I
Monday only March ,
the board asking for relief in the dispose of or assist in disposing of Bacon Ib.7c FLOURSmall :
and Mrs. LeRoy Roane and and IS, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. I FLOUR i'i :
small son, LeRoy, Jr., Mr and Mrs. -ntter of a road to his farm, same any crows given as security for any Mr. Shevnan The Zoetlc ,
Edward Edwards Jacksonville, was referred to the county board loan made under authority of this says)
jf bond trustees. resolution, except for the accountof Shield Is a tremendous Improve- sides lb. 6c 24 Ibs. 55c 24 lbs. SOc "
were guests Sunday at the homeof ment overall former methods, effecting - '
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Motion made and carried that the Secretary of Agriculture, Immediate results. It will ii' : : (
telephone service In office of superintendent and for the purpose of carryingout !

Miss Mary Canova of the FlorIda of public instructionbe the provisions of this resolu-! not only Increase hold the the rupture circulation perfectlybut 5 Ibs. 23c Tomatoes No. 1 1cans- 5c I '. ,
Sugar .. rn' ,
lahassee State arrived Woman's today College and in Tal-will Motion discontinued.made and carried that tion.Teeth for Section 3 are providedIn I thereby strengthens closes'the the weakened opening in parts ten, !: - i1 f ; A

clerk be Instructed to write each a clause which orders a fine not
spend, Mrs.the E.week-end E. Canova.with her mother -- -imber and turpentine operator in exceeding $1,000 or Imprisonment' lens days of on heavy the average lifting,case straining, regard-or 'Milk, tall tan Se; small 2 l-2e POTATOES 10 lbs. ___ 15c

the county, who is operating on not exceeding six months, or both,
position the body may assumeno
Mr. lands on which there exist state for any person found guilty of vio- any
i and Mrs. Charles S. McCor- matter the size or location. A Grits Meal.101bs.-15c Coffee,2Ibs25c
mack left Tuesday for their homeat tax certificates, to cease opera lating the above provisions. nationally ,known scientific meth- '''i or
St. Charles, Ill., after spendinga tions on said land within five days The remaining regulations an- !
od. No under straps or cumbersome
from receipt of said notice, or sub- nounced by Secretary Hyde are :>SALT 2 I'ko.. t>c
week with Mr. and Mrs. John arrangements and absolutelyno Rice, 10 Ibs. 25c; 5 Ibs. Itc -
Uglow and other friends. let himself to prosecution as similar to those in force last year. medical treatments.Mr. i II i I r' li :
the law provides.The An absolute first lien on all of the J
Messrs Charles Darby;; :-A. E. I. board adopted the following crops grown by the Wirrower In Shevnan will be glad to dem- Soap Powders 10 25c Wen; rsllb. 9c II ; I : ,
without fit ;
onstrate charge or or 4 4i
WaU, Jr., and Eldredge Robinson resolution and instructed the clerkto 1933 Is required by the act. In I r
Add. Tal-
them If desired. 6609 N.
were guests at a dinner party in furnish a copy thereof to the counties where fertilizer is not I
Green Cove Springs Saturday eve-I state senator of the 15th senatorial commonly used, the rate of loans man Ave., Chicago. I I Charmer Coffee can 15c Navy ean8, 5 Ibs. Hic ti J r.' j
ning in honor of Miss Bobble Con district and representative of this must not exceed $3 an acre for For IS years assistant to F. H'I I \\I! ', '
oly. County, resolved that: general field crops, and $12 an Seeley, famous rupture expert of I I t'i

Whereas, by the terms of chap- acre for truck crops, including po Chicago. It. I Potash Lye 2 cans 15c Onions, Sibs.lOc : h :
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson,I ter 14382, Acts of 1931, there has ,I I II :
Jr., of Jacksonville, have moved to been allocated to the several counties ,
Starke and are occupying one of of the State the proceeds from Sankalb. SOc II
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the Kendrick cottages in the West race track funds, and NOTICEMEMBERS i I Prunes 4lbs. 25c }i.
Whereas, by the terms of chap- ,

GENT A %WORD County population ter 15762 one-half, Acts relates of the 1931 to proceeds which Bradford by of OF TilE UNIONJ. LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS' Ii l Big; Hominy, can -5c Pineapple, No 2''/ can 15c I/n./ : .. f:

the race track fund received by Bert Morilz Co., Inc., 257 Washington St., New York ,

COLUMN the such county county school shall be board delivered to applyon to City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment and I Tropic Nut, Oleo, lb. 9c Great Northern Itcans. 5 Ibs. 20c I ;i : .

indebtedness contracted priorto will not charge you but 7% Commission, thereby savingyou I I Jf

FOR SALE-Baby chicks, White June 1, 1931, and that the other the 3% Commission usually paid to the local
Lima Beans 5 Ibs. 25c
Leghorns Cheese lb. 15c
8c, Rhode Island Reds Ii
9c. See W. :M. Edwards. tf. half shall be used only by for the paying countycommissioners Agents. They handle 3500 cars yearly and are rated I r r 1, + r; f

A less VARIETY beans, f.x r' rd SEEDS Hood.-string-Umas. ,. outa&nding prior to indebtedness June 1, 1931;contracted and haven't 100000.00 joined A. A.the A.Union A., which, join is now.the very No dues best.or If other you I I f Macaroni, 3 pkgs. lOc Toilet Paper 6 for 25c i i : : J

Etoweirs Evergreen! White and I Whereas, there now exists no charges will be assessed or collected this year. All i isen'lees ,
Golden Dent C rn. Peas, a dozen : outstanding Indebtedness of the f
varieties Velv t Beans, Chufas, 'county commissioners contracted free. Mayonnaise or Relish, qt. 30c Salad Dressing, qt. 25eI ;
Mellon. Cucuc:,'.>er, and Squash. I prior to June 1,1931;
Cole Planters >ad fertilizer distributors I Therefore be it resolved: That J. L Harrell Lawley Fla. I: I Beautiful Golden Yellow Ripe Bananas, 5 pounds for. 15c II I ,q f'"
crates: and cups at I we, as a Board of County Commissioners '
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-- -- ------ --'-'- -- --i f SHEEP HAVE-PLACE IN I --..,.c aKR. w current knowledge that "chol :

""' ,.? 1 FLORIDA IF PARASITESARE r4 EI among students at the Unlve-j7- ;;

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES HELD IN CHECK of Florida baa been steadily

t tv [I Weekly from Home Tallahassee Demonstray I| Gainesville, Fla. -- Sheep have a$ ,I LIVE STATE NEWS last proving.week It that was the not revealed degree of IIIItU eCl lot

FARMERS SECTION Uon Specialist. place on the general farms of Flor clency ao remarkably mercy.
r' ed. Based
ida, but Internal parasites the upon grades from
lr 'I greatest drawback to the industry, News of Florida in Short Paragraphs current knowledge that scholarship

r Conducted by Demonstration Agents LOQUAT RECIPES must be controlled according to 4 for the first semester of the pn .

Dr. A. L. Shealy head of the Experiment ent 1932-33 session compared with

Loquat. commonly but erron- Station Animal Husbandry --- -- -. that of the first semester of 192 ,
"' eously called the Japan Plum, are Department. j i I -- I 30 improved by the &astoundtar

d I now fruiting over most of the elate There is much land In the state i Winter Haven Notification received | nike the prediction that the canal margin of 67 per cent
PLAN UNDERWAY TO and they are a Juicy delightful that Is adapted to grazing and yet I here from the United States I will be ready for service within the I -

HELP NEEDY BECOME \\'ntJJl' FARM PROGRAM fruit fresh, they they should be cannot be otherwise profitably I treasury department requiring the lett: few months. In fact it Is esti- Lake Wales- C.' Anderson, who

.SELF SUPPORTING I I I fully ripe If they are to have the used. Sheep should return proto I site donated for a new post officeto mated that by the first of June, runs a sawmill and lumber busing.

The. Voice of Florida full rich loquats flavor and not be Its on such land and many farmsIn i be cleared within sixty days Indicates vessels of limited draft will be I east of Lake Hamilton near Lake

Gainesville, Fla. A statewide sour the state could afford to own 40 I that construction of the i. passing through the canal from i Pierce gives\ an interesting account

emergency agricultural programto Canned Loquats to 50 head shifting them from field building may be started soon. Pensacola to Mobile, and vice ver- of how a big bear carried off a

aid needy families In becomingself Gainesville PieFarm radio Pick loquats from the tree when to field as gleaners. sa. full grown hog, not so far from

sustaining was launched at talks by College of Agriculture< thoroughly ripe. Remove stem, There are today over 60,000 head Miami .Beach-Two bandits rob- Lake Hamilton last Wednesday
l held the state last end and seed or can with of in the state. Most of them A
meetings over worker are scheduled dally next blossom sheep bed Rlchter's Jewelry Companyand Tallahassee The senate and I evenlnc. negro woodsman wlw

week. The program is being sponsored week on the Florida Farm Hour seed left in (seed are objectionableonly are kept mainly for wool produc escaped with jewelry valued at house of the 1931 legislature. It was chopping ties heard a nol e

by the Florida Emergency broadcast over WRUF from noon because of space consumed. tion. The Dorset, Hampshire and,, $60,000. George Jacobson, salesman low appears failed to get together near where he and some other men

Relief Administration the Florida to 1245.: EST. Following is the Give 2 to 4 minutes pre-cook In Southdown breeds have proven said the bandits struck him, on the spelling of a word and as a I were working and upon giving hu

Agricultural Extension Service, schedule: light or medium syrup, dependingon successful In the state. Grading upa bound him and placed him In a result the supreme court has ruled attention saw a huge black bear in
and the State Department of Edu- acidity of fruit, this varyingwith herd by the act of
Sat, Mar. 11 Radio's Weekly breeding purebred rams closet. that a bill attempting to regulatethe carrying away a full
cation. Farm Newspaper Farm Editorial varieties. Back In Jar. pro- to native ewes is desirable and less practice of podiatry was Dot a grown hog. The negro said he ran

Local committees have been setup Snapshots. cess quarts 20 minutes at boiling. expensive than buying purebred Tallahassee-Comptroller J. M. law at alL The senate passed the within five feet of Mr. Bruin and

i rbl d in every county of thestate Mon., Mar. 13 HOW inspec Loquat Sauce flocks. Lee baa said he "had no more jobsto podiatry bill, while In the house tried to make him let the hog CO
with which the needy families may Plant Prepare loquats by removing The two most Important I but the
tlon at Florida Ports Keeps parasites pass ,out, hence those seeking the measure passed referred to I I evidently bear was hungry
register. Relief funds and supplies blossom ends, stems and seeds.. Run are stomach and and
r Pests Out -Dr. J. H. Montgomery.Two tape worms work had better save their money pedlatry. Podiatry, It was explained paid no attention to him. He
will be made available for furnishing Dr.O. through a food chopper using the and annually they cause a heavy called for of
Ways Out of Depression- and not come to Tallahassee to see relates to the care of the feet, one the other men to
] seed and. a limited amount of F, Warren medium blade. Measure and add loss to the Industry. Sheep that me." He added that the numberof while pedlatry is the medical term come with an an axe but his appeal

J fertilizer to these families to assist Tues, Mar. 14 Strawberry 1 cupful of water to 4 cupfuls lo are Infested become thin and unthrifty applicant for jobs continues as pertaining to care of children. was evidently taken as a joke, for

.f them in becoming self sustaining Insects and their Control-J. R- quats. Cook until tender adding the eye membranes are heavy as shortly after he took office he did not respond.Graceville .
through farming and home garden Waston., Fsrm Question Box. more water If needed. When ten pale or colorless the skin Is pale -
: a.Dayton'lbe.
t jl ing.The Wed.. Mar. 15 Poisons for 'der add 1 cupful sugar and cook and paper-like and a diarrhea per. January Plant City Fifty seven babfes -W. H. Corbett, man.

planning of what seed shall Chewing ects that Damage Or- five minutes.. Pour in hot Jars and sists.! walked, rode and pedaled their way ager of a local grocery store
be furnished for the farm or garden uamentaja-J. R. Watson. PrimerFor seal. Process immediately, five The treatment consists of Lord told me to cross the center of the stage of captured and killed an
do it. Such was the reason given 'he fourth annual Florida straw- unusual
will be done the
by county Town Farmers. minutes. drenching the sheep with a 1 percent shoplifter. Continuing to miss
last week by Walter Clifton of after- pairs
w agent, or some agricultural teach When Do Preserve solution of berry festival here Friday
Thursday. Mar 16 Loquat. copper sulphate of sox from the men's counter
{ er who is familiar with farming Hogs Bring the Best Prices\ ?-D. Wash, wipe off fuzz remove and snuff made by adding 4 ouncesof Daytona Beach for the fatal choking noon. Despite the chill in the air Corbett began an investigation

and gardening In the section and E. Tlmmons. Raising Hogs to Hit stem and blossom end, and seed bluestone and 4 ounces of snuffto of his brother. Henry Clifton. the youngsters donned their fes- persistent as the raids of the ai

,r i' ;who will be able to supervise the the Best Prices-W. W. Henley. fruit, with the exception of leaving 3 gallons of water It Is best He was talking with another brother tival attire to parade forth before liter. Behind a partition he founda shop-

work to prevent costly errors due Peanut Recommendations-W. E. If desired. Cover with water bringto to allow the snuff to steep over in his cell in the county Jail the thousands who lined the streets mother rat and 17 pairs of

f J .to Inexperience' Stokes. a boil, boil gently S to 10 minutes night. The dose of this solution Is where he Is being held pending an as the juveniles moved to the festival Plant City-Two men, were socks..

t further)+ Fri., Mar. 17 The Value of or until skin Is somewhat 3 ounces for yearlings and older Insanity bearing. grounds for the announce- here Monday as short arrested
; to Alachua tender. Add and cook until ment of winners and presentation
Improved Pastures sugar sheep and 1 1.2 ounces for lambs change" artists after a chaw
agent and home economics teachers County-Fred L. Craft. How Wa- syrup 19 thickened and fruit trans under six months old. Tampa-Explosion of an oil it awards. through the downtown section.
will supervise the canning and Pour in hot sterilized burning heater at Memorial Junior and
kulla County Farmers are Meeting parent. ,
+ were safely lodged in the
i ''ti, preserving of the surplus food products the Present Situation-H. E Hud tainers, seal and process, pints 8 IDLE LANDS CAN BE High School here recently rocked I Vero Beach Former city clerk trial. The city
by the family to use later the building shattered windowsand awaiting men had"worked"
r- son. I Harold Redstone arrived home
u ,, These plans were previously I e The planting of loquats around BUILDING CRCPd endangered the lives of 1200 Wednesday afternoon after three several stores together

;t\ drawn up by J. C Husklsson, director !WORST MELON INSECT the home is especially encouraged, I:pupils In the building. The burner I weeks absence from the city. Mr. before they were detected at Kil.gore's .

: + of the Florida Emergency BEST CONTROLLED BY because of the evergreen foliage of the automatic type, was Inspected Redstone recalls that he left Vero seed store. Their game was
Soil building commend:: to make
a small
'% ,Relief Administration after conferences DUSTING WITH NICOTJNE and fragrant flowers as well as the crops after the explosion and Beach but can not recall what purchase and
with Dr. Wilmon themselves to farmers througbout i then pay with a ten or twenty dollar -
Newell. was found to be
'f\\ clusters of deep yellow, delightful apparently all has
the time be
transpired during
Florida this
.r A. P. Spencer Miss Flavia Glea- Gainesville. Fla. The melon fruit. The loquat has been truly year more strongly right, and school authorities said It bill. The one making the pur
been He to be In
perhaps than in"former years. A away. appears chase would then
son and others of the Florida Agricultural was pretend to discover
aphid, worst Insect pest of watermelons called the "economic ornamental. working perfectly before and
audit -
state of The
'' nervous collapse.
good thing all the time, they are the exact
4; ,;t Extension Service and In Florida Is best controlled -Isabelle S. Thursby. following the explosion the article
of the books Is
city proceeding
\\ representatives of the State De- by dusting the plants especially good for growing on cost and would ask to have his
young land that will not likely and Mr. Redstone stated to a friend bill
produce original back.
of Education. As the clerk
partment with 3 nicotine dust Tallahassee If Florida
a percent according Home Radio ProgramThe wishesto
4' profitable returns when planted that when his shortage Is deter- returned it to him the
Mr. Huaklsson needy farmers confederate
+ ; urged
to Dr. A. N. Alssot, as- change Its legal status on
iq following talks are scheduledfor to money crops. With low pricesfor pro- mined he has come home to face would call the clerk's attention
iy t to look to their county and sociate entomologist with the Florida hibition of Intoxicating liquors the
ill+ {Y ,\< home demonstration agents for ad Experiment Station. next week on the Florida Home all crops there Is going to bea State must not only hold a con- the consequences. away and the purchaser would

; ,', vice. "Many destitute farmers Especially the melon aphid Injurious Period presented each morning at reduction In the acreage of land vention to ratify the amendmentto walk out with the money and the
9:49: EST. over WRUF the devoted to this Qulncy-A young hobo was discovered -
f' would not now be asking the gov. by money crops year. the Federal change from It.
to the young plants now in constitution repeal-
in the attic of the home of
.. State Home Demonstration Department The acreage that otherwise wouldbe .-
ernment for help If they had followed
1 evidence over the state or soon to Ing national prohibition but must
: idle well be to Mrs. W. S. Bell on. Washington Florida farm women and 4-H
the advice of their county may very put
be peeping through the soil. The amend Its own constitution which
agent.; he, said. Sat.. Mar 11 Parents' For. I growing soil building crops. This street Wednesday afternoon whilea club girls last year under the l leadership
aphid causes a curbing and stunting now prohibits with the usual exceptions
I idle land will be Improved In the party was In progress. He bad or home demonstration
of the leaves and the outright um.Mon. not only Intoxicating but I I
[been making his home there for
Mar. 13 Clothing and process and will be better for succeeding agents marketed products which
SPRAY CRAPE MYRTLE killing of the plant If control measures all alchohollc beverages. several days. Seen by one of the had
V Style Suggestions Miss Lucy money crops. they made or grown at home
pot taken.
ca i WITH LIME-SULPHUR TO are promptly Belle Settle. Our land is our bank. What we children disappearing up the stair- with a total value of 1213,793, reports -

; '\\1 STOP POWDERY MILDEW This pet Is a sucking insect, Tues., Mar. 14 The Calendar put Into It determines In large Martanna-The circus came to way the door was locked and Chief from the women to ,agents
that Is sucks the from the town last week and
juice It
.th\\t-; -- Garden Miss Isabelle Thursby. measure what we get out of It. We I was the Collins of the city police was sum- reveaL -
plant Instead of eating the plant greatest show on earth--the third
a Gainesville Pin.- Powdery mildew Planning Calendar Gardens in can put soil building Into moned. After the man had been

''J i of crape myrtle can best be Itself and thus can be controlled Gadsden County Miss Elise La- the: the land now and get crops returns In annual "mighty boys' circus" of brought downstairs he was recog- Financial! situation of Czechoslovakia

'controlled by spraying with commercial only by the use of some contact ffltte. the form of Increased yields the Florida Industrial School for nized by Mrs. Bell as one she had slowly improving.
+' I limesulfur Insecticide. This can be applied crop Boys here. It was a gala day for
according to Wed.. Mar. 13 Weekly Low. later. fed some time ago.OcalaVelvet .
Erdman< West, mycologist with the either as a spray or dust but dust- the boys at the State School of
Cost Market Basket
Miss Anna There number
are a of excellent
I Florida Experiment Station. Ing Is easier and has proven more Correction. It was real fun for beans peanuts SAVE JOHN RUSKIN
Mae Sikes. Nutrition Work in Es- soil building crops suitable for
This disease will first practical them and for the several thousand
appear In other farm produce and even alligators -
cambla County Miss Ethel At in all sections of
I the early spring on the early Dr. TU.ot recommended the 3 kinson. such the Marianna and Northwest Florida and snakes will pay membership
as legumes will
shoots. Affected plants will be per cent nicotine dust as giving a residents who witnessed the circus. dues In this year of "de
Thurs Mar. 16 Suggestionsfor trap nirtogen from the air and
covered with a white mealy, some. very good control of aphids when pression", 1933 as Marlon County Ask
,. the Home Poultry Flock make It available in the soiL They dealer
: your
what applied under favorable conditions.The Tallahassee There are definite
f dusty growth. They will be Norman R. Mehrhof. Practical will add humus Post No. 27 of the American Legion
i stunted the leaves thickened andy first requirement is that and organic matter signs around Tallahassee these continues its membership cam. ; for new Premium
i + small there should be no wind to blow the Value of the Home Flock-Mrs. which Is sorely needed on most days that both the and the
.y and the flower clusters willSOL capitol paign. The post voted to make More
Edith Y. Barrus. soils. Seed Catalog.
dust away; enough wind.to sway are cheap now and city are getting ready for the "big
,}, The hot weather of mid-summer the moss la too much. A funnel- Fri. Mar. 17 -.Food Value of many have been saved on farms gest show on earth"- the biennial payment a convenience In this to members way possible who are as Havana tobacco -

is not favorable to this disease. Even like hood however can bit attach the Domestic Rabbit Dr. C. F. where they will be grown. assembly of the State Legislature hard for cash
pressed resultof
# as a
+ Ahmann. Hints from the U. S. is
". ed to the end of the duster nozzle Crotalaria Is the premier legume Gov. Dave Sholtx is now
In the spring it does most dam- holding all the economic crisis. The .
7 t *,age in shady places. The Infection and set over each hill as It Is dusted I Bureau of Home Economics.: soil makes builder for sandy soils., ,It members of the law-making body also voted to permit cash used in JOHN'RUSKINmaldng''

: J 'spreads rapidly, covering the en- thus making the wind of little a tremendous tonnage of most daily conferences with many payment of dues on a an installment
7.tire plant in a week to 10 days. mportance. SILAGE FILLS WEAK green 'material and adds considerable and with legislative committees of basis. .

i ; The lime-sulfur solution should The nicotine dust can be bought POINT IN FLORIDA nirtogen to, the soil. Other various organizations.Miami -Y it the greatest

i "not be stronger than 1 part to 80 prepared or it can be mixed at DAIRY INDUSTRY suitable legumes are peanuts Miangl-Guiseppe Zangara who cigar value at 5c.

parts of water. It should be ap- lome. In either case it should not cowpeas, soybeans, beggarweed Beach-Harry Stead Baa- tried to assassinate President-elect
1: be t to the air Gainesville Fla. The weak velvet beans and so on. tain, fifty-seven, of { Smoke the size
r ." plied Just as the buds bunt in the exposed any more pointin one the pioneer Roosevelt here rented a room In a
ifpring" to prevent the formation of than necessary. as the poison fumes the Florida dairy Industry Is a In many sections of the state developers of :Miami Beach, small downtown hotel the day of prefer -

l:;pores to spread the disease.\ A sec- are given off. A 3 percent dust general shortage of cheap roughage the practice of "resting" the land was found dead in, his bed Sunday the shooting. Mrs."May Bostwlck you

1 'mid application about two weeks requires 7 1.2 pounds of nicotine feeds during winter months every other year Is prevalent. TbJa"rested" by his wife when she awoke In proprietor of the hotel said last Perfecto Extra or

I __ "1 later, may be necessary to prevent sulfate to 92 1.2 pounds of hy- and the growing of silage Is the land could. well be plantedto their hotel suite here. Mrs. Bas- week. '"He came here between a ; Panetela.

infection of the growth that has Orated lime, or 6 pounds of 50 per most practical way to fill this need, some legume such as Crotalaria tain said her husband apparently 9:30: and 10 o'clock on the morningof

4 developed since the first spraying. cent free nicotine to 94 pounds of according Hamlin L. Brown tt should be profitable. was In good health when lip retired February 15, Mrs. Bostwlck

F ;i lime. These should be thoroughly dairy specialist with the Florida I Sunday night. Physicians said he said. Asked by Mrs. Bostwlck she
Unemployment shows Increase In mixed;'an old fashioned barchurnIs Agricultural Extension Service. which may one say gets that In the education 4-H club had been dead one or two hours said, if he was In Miami to see the r NOW

France. fine for the job. He explained that many dairy- work Is a real education becauseIt and ascribed: his death to heart president-elect, he replied "no."
the form of beet and other disease.
- pulp
brings these boys and girls In The proprietor said dozens of cigarette MORE HAVANA \
_ And the Worst is Yet to Come men are buyincwinter roughage In contact with real men and women ends were found in and
expensive commercial mixtures. who have constructive thoughts Marjorie KInnan Raw-, near an ash container after Zan
This high cost la more than dairymen lings author of "South Moon Un
r i gara the hotel.
on one hand and a/secasaan.
worthy lives "
can afford with the present der a novel about Florida Crackers -: Idy9eli9hif
on the other hand which constantly -
r prices for milk, and worse still It which was recently selected
as Miami-MIami
lead the 4-H club banks are receiving
leads to the underfeeding of high into ways of doing boys and thinkingthat girls a Book of the Month. Is visiting deposits faster in greater Mi L ;

produclnccows during this period they otherwise would not Tampa for several days as the! amounts than at any time since the
when there Is the least surplus of have guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Vlnson.
entered' I boom days of 1929 it was revealed I
congratulate the 4-H
milk hand In the state. Mrs. JohnRaskin
on RawUngs is well
: club boys and girls bn the fact that as an here last week. The first National
Silage Mr. Brown explained, allows Interpreter of
life in
'- i there Is such a wonderful club in Florida Bank reached a new high mark
the cow to consume all of the
through a series of short
the United States stories since the boom with
I III III and that It has more than
otherwise the
I plant, coarse parts published in Harper's and Scrib-
IITI will likely be wasted and some of such an array of men and women ner's magazines. 19,000,000 In its valuta. The Flor-
back of it ida National Bank
the food value lost during the curIng and beside It, carryIng similarly re-
process. Crops may be ensiled It on. of and that the U. S. De- Miami-Mayor Anton J. Cermak ported Important gains. Both Institutions CIGARS: SATISFY
partment announced
Agriculture Is
fully they were
when weather conditions will not of
,1 r permit the curing of hay, the point work.and heartily committed to the Monday Chicago as died a result here at of 6:57:a bullet a. m. having gitimate no business.difficulty. in clearing le- I IOc SMOKERS;

+ being especially Important In Flor.
wound which
I I af. \ I -c. Giuseppe Zangara, a -
lS ida. A given space will hold about naturiallzed Italian GAINESVILLE CANDY
w intended for
ti" r* Gainesville
S While It baa been
2 1-2 times Distributor
as much silage as It Live Pre dent Franklin D. Roosevelt Gainesville Fhv.
activity In
S 0 s' t will dry roughage; thus making city during past few weeks show Immediately. Florida justice moved .

less storage space necessary. It decided Increase. against Zangara. already under 80
4 Is also possible to grow more crop years sentence for his attack on Wake Up Your Liver Bile

on the same acre each year when DON'T GET UP NIGHTS Mr. Roosevelt and the wounding

they are stored as silage. Physic the Bladderlth of three of the five persons he shot

The silo has demonstrated Its Juniper Oil down at a public reception In Bay -Without CalomelAnd

worth on Florida farms, Mr. Brown Drive out the impurities and excess Front Park on February 15.

L continued. Records clearly show acids that cause Irritation -

that farmers who have producedmilk burning and frequent desire. Juniper West Palm Beach-Recent frostsin Tool] Jump Out of Bed --n VUm MU-Iowtatc",. .ear tan I

at the lowest costs over a oil is pleasant take In the the upper Everglades caused an I do.a't d4od.. I.1e Mays tm tk. .......*

1 _v.-. period of years have silos. Interest form of BUKETS the bladder estimated loss of 275 carloads of in the MomingRarin'to GoIf 0. MOM up ywr MM*. Tee ten SaMak.

Ir 'r ,, In silage In the state. Is growing physic also containing buchu vegetables, according to County I .b.4.....ud?Mr bnttfc b fool.eIda
Pt :: 'I.." each year county agents and t leaves, etc. Works on the bladder Agent M. U. Mounts. The frost you feel sour' and sunk and the ear ..... sat b .J..".-T Toor bm*

dairymen report. Present Indica. similar to castor oil on the bowels. damage was reported most serious world looks punk,don't swallow a lot .ch. .,. ud yM b.1.......4...Tow soda

tions point to more silos being built Get a 25c: box from any drug store. around the south end of Lake ef salts, mineral water ell laxative sacra k..........
in candy or chewing and expect
n Florida this summer than during After four gum Itt.k.tba.a.dal4Ca3TiR'5Lrrft1LIRR
days If not relieved of Okeechobee. Along the east shore
any summer in the last ten "getting of the lake them to make you suddenly sweet PILLS....UMM tan*..*.'bas
up nlghU" go back and the frost struck scattered and buoyant and full of sunshine.
years. flowto,trariy ud....roefd'q aM SP'
get your money. If you are both sections lands further east
For can't do It.
they They only aide
-- wad.re, bu.l.r
ered with of
backache the lake
or leg pains suffering moat.PensacolaContractors. 'I'IMQfw.
An eminent New York .ccncml3t i I caused from bladder disorders move the bowels and a mere movement .--. .,wdsa sir. II-is
you d_', get at the cause. The -.Jdac'".besoo..b..yRButd.'t.k.boom..Vbf.rC.t
j I figured that a rise of one an bound
a rr..tMJ, per1cent to feel better after this who are reason for your down-and-out feeling S

state In farm the price level of New York '! cleansing and you get your regular engaged In building the jetty to Is:your Hvcr. It should pour out two IJttU Law mi.' lack br...memLMte s(IuW'e

t products would equal) sleep. Mitchell's Drug Store says protect the Pensacola end of the pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels LH r Parr tfc* nd kML'iI 11.+teek.tsse.rM.uar..a
a 10 cent cut in taxes. | I
per Bukets Is a best seller. Mobile-Pensacola Inland waterway. daily o..c.w.c:


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t .0'IWO = ''Ii., ,'./''. / CONGRESSMAN GREEN. GIVE !.I the duty of the Congress to, at the taneously with this default authorIzed national defense, Our national defense I letters 2:50p.: m. -- "f" :

.r. : :: :: :: .. J.: REMEDIES FOR DEPRESSION peclal session, if same Is called a loan of $14,000,000, to Aus must remain adequate. Train No. 108, Letters, special '

.. :t. ....f I' d I. promptly revise the tariff. This U tria. Do you believe that this shows Immigration Itetttrlctlon. delivery and special handling 5:10: '

;: (Continued from page 1.) the hope to reestablish and revive good faith-decline to pay our government It is imperative that the next p. m. -, ;, ,

,i ment In 1913 was $7.17; in 1929 it our foreign trade and thus, once the $19,000,000 they owedus Congress pass our immigration restriction Night malls close at 6:00: p. in.- 4

I III7rInrbuuf'aJrL1u' was 3226. The per capita cost again utilize our $3,000,000,000 and in the second breath votea bill which would restrictby Train No. 1 South. 11:17: p. m.; ,

"Tb, word is i lamp unto my feet mi a light unto my palb.-Pula. 119:105.: of State governments during this merchant marine in the transportation $14,000,000 loan to her 'ormer 90 per cent further immigrantsInto train No. 2, North 5:08: a. m.

I same period Increased more than of products largely Ameri enemy, Austria? our country. It is likewise Imperative Starke and Bell BranchTrainNo.

1 All religious teaching doctrine or four times and the per capita cost can.'x x aExpansion It is most significant that our that we again pass the anticommunist 101, mall closes 7:00 a. m., No.
Kly 1 creed if they are to have any claim I; of local and city government increased .of CurrencyThe debtor nations are and deportation bill 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
Binon the love. of the people, must be in harmony with I eight principal ,
almost four
loyalty times. Dur- if the senate should fall to
teachings the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice I I currency must be expanded.We expending annually for armanenta pass Blue Bun. Schedules ,
B the f the human heanil and of whom it was said in John 7::46,"NEVER MAN I ing the past 25 years the national now have over nine times as seven times the amount of their it at this session. Our immigrationdoors Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932.
MAN." government has increased its expenditures must be further closed to
'r KB much money in this country as we promised annual payment of prin- Northbound 5-03: a. m, 1:09: p.

Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to USA this de State by 130 per cent; the had in 1879, but 'eVen this amountIs cipal and Interest to us. They have hoards of foreigners who are not m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m. .
has Increased
government capable of assimilation and Ameri '
Den& for news of church activities, organizations and announce entirely inadequate owing to obligated to pay us approximately Southbound: --9:34: a. m, 12:34: p. t
..ora. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement its expenditures by 900 per cent; the great economic and other $250,000,000: annually on principaland canization. We muot further pro- m, 4:31:: p. m, 12.50:: a. m. t, : ,\
Items reach this office before city and local government has Increased about since while are spend tect our people and our Industries
r that such Wednesday morning changes have come Interest they Tickets and Information at Ii :
Slerwlne cannot be handled for current Issue. I Its expenditures by 645 per for from this Influx. Upon entering,
they 1879, also'owing to the great increase ing $2.000,000,000 annually Smlth'H Service Station, next. to hit
cent. Why during two of the pant In our population. American armaments. If they can Increase aliens should be finger printed, courthouse. ,

\ LAWTKY CHURCH U1KJIoV.tVAY four years the Federal government money has been drained from their armament expenditures 65 photographed. and otherwise Identified -

SUNDAY SOHOOfc I .- has expended about $5,000,000,000 the United States; several billion per cent since 19H:, and to the and It should be Incumbent

LESSON First Baptist Church annually, which Is the largest dollars have been loaned foreign huge amount of $2,000,000,000 per upon them to retain such Identification I JVOTICH

; I Hev. L. F. Chapln, pastor. amount ever expended by the countries by our government. Soon year, do you not believe they could and be able to show at all RradCord In the County Circuit Court Florida., In In and Chanvery. for. .

1 Preaching services first and American Congress during peacetimes after the end of the World War pay our government the $200.000- times from whence they came how. ,

\ third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. xxx there was a frantic and crazy 000 annual payment? where, and wherefor they entered. Edward<: .ir Jarvla, Complainant.Myrtle J'

1 FOR MARCH 12, 1933 m. The increase of population from scramble to loan money to Europe Economy I,. GovernmentOur Americans should use American- v.Jarvi.. Defendant. 1 i

I Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- 1900 to 1930 was more than 61 : by the bankers and high-powered made goods trade with Americans, In the name of Ih. Slat "f Flor"
Democrat: platform : ida, to the :
says defendant Myrtle Jar-
\ wood,. supt. per cent. The increase in bank financier of this country. It has advocate Immediate and and in every way patronize and vIse
We an
I Subject: Jesus :Ministering to the Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- clearings during this period was been estimated that some 10,000- give preference to American citi- The complainant :bavinsHad': his
drastic reduction of governmental worn bill of
complaint wherein It ,
I more than 725 per cent. It Is today -
ultltude.I nesday.B. 000,000 was thus loaned by Ameri useless zens. IK allrrvil that your piece of reel-
Golden Text: "The Son of maname Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. estimated that the total valueof American bankers and Individuals expenditures by abolishing consolidating Muscle Shoal I tlonco. I.. H.lmont, Stale of Mlxalialp-
all the property in our countryIs commissions and offices pl: that you are over the are of ,
not to be ministered unto, -not the government foreign departments and bureaus Muscle Shoals should promptly twenty-one ye..n.. and that there U 'i I
life Grace M. E. Church less than 290000000000. It Is nations and to and Interests no portion In the State: of Florida I '
ut to minister and give his aansom persons and eliminating extravagance to begin the manufacture of fertilizerfor wervi... of aubpoena : -
amount half
a huge ; almost upon
. for.many." Matt. 2028.; Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. yes of foreign nations. This accomplish a saving ofot less our depleted and leached farm wouM hind you;
- Lesson Text: :Mark 6:1-: 6. Preaching: 2nd and 4th Sundaysat the wealth of the world; but on the money was usually raised by meansof than 25 cent in the cost of lands. I believe our platform Includes It I I. ordered .ami you are hereby '
per loqulre.1 to '
other hand, the American m p"nr to th. bill of f i
Outline of Lesson: 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. peopleowe the sale or bonds which the Federal government, and we call this Item and, frankly, no roiniilalnt filed In this cause. on or '
debts in the neighborhood of American people bought; many of of relief would be of l.ofure: tha Srd day of April. A. 1>
the service 7:30p. measure
- ((1)) Jesus rejected by peo- Prayer Wednesday : 200000000000. Think of such a upon the Democratic party In the 1433 else R iIn.rss. pru oonfaiao will
Iple of His home Mark 6:1-6: ; xn these bonds now are almost entirely States to make a zealous effort to greater benefit to the farmers of )h. entered. .nsalnet you "
i huge and
out his twelve Sunday school 10 Mrs. indebtedness-mortgages worthless, some of them worth our nation than this conversion of It la further ordord that n copy j '
sends a. m.
f Jesus achieve i proportionate result. .
1 ((2)) Installment buying. During the > of lhl Ii. onlnr h. lululUhed, In Ih. .
Versos 7-13 Mary Moore supt. probably not more than 25: centson and Muscle Shoals into a fertilizer- pro llrailfoid .
i apostles to preach. ; past two or three the total Upon this platform I stand l'ullnly Telegraph" onofitch
((3)) John the Baptist arrested League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. income of the American years people has the dollar. In this way muchof urge my colleagues to join in the ducing plant. Here we have a WB before"k for Ills return four conifioutlvewnuka data. herein
it is Add to the
Hand beheaded gone. forty in government Investment of about namedWltneNR.
S afterward by King also dwindled from $94,000,000,000 immediate 25 per cent reduction :
14-29 Fraternal billion the amount owed our government the $150,000,000 going to ruin and almost my hand and seal at
IJHeroJ verses ; tho cost of government.
I< .
- to $45,000,000,000 and against Ntarfce liradfnrd "minty.. Florldn, ,
by foreign governments session of the Democratic in Idleness, and along with It thin the 17th of '
last Congress lay February A. O. '
I return from Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. & A. .
((4)) The apostles this dwindling Income we have an say even $8,000,000,000, then add l1IU. t
have millions of farmers depleted
. their Journey and report to Jesue, M.r meets at city hall building 1st annual tax bill to pay of between more than two billion lost In bank : House shaved appropriations we on I A. J. TIIOMAM. ,
desert and 3rd at 7:30 m. : by more than $350,000,000.< At this poor soil trying to eke out (Seal, Clerk of the Circuit
Hwho takes them to a place Tuesdays p. $14,000,000,000 and $15,000,000000. ,- ,
failures and you will have an existence and millions 3-a-fit-S-SI Court, .
t Ito rest, on the northeast coast of T. T. Blackburn, W. M. and the American people are loss of from session our appropriations committee an paying _ .. _
enormous thirtyfiveto --- ---
substantial of dollars annually to the Chilean
" Lake Galilee, verses 30-33; O. J. Phillips, Secy. paying $3,000,000,000 interest an fifty billion dollars. These losses has made IIIIUI..I.11LII1. !
I. 9 the of the reduction. These reductions are in nitrate companies. Muscle Shoals fly vltrue or an execution, (nailed 4
((9)) it was spring: year nually. Our tax burdens ave increased -
1 TIIEKESSA BAPTIST CHURCH have had their telling effects! upon large part due to the unselfish and can produce the Ingredients of fertillzer I nut of the Circuit Court In .and for
crowded with
Rand the roads were from two billion 25
some the amount of money In circulation and can be sold to the lliailfnrd County, Florida dated the
Passover :3east patriotic efforts of that JacksonIan 8th clay of November 1911 In favor
I people going to the years ago to more than fifteen billion ,
Services will be held Saturday In the United States and upon Democrat, Joe Byrne, of Tennessee farmers at less than 60 per cent of of li if. Uoodrlch Hubner Company,
Jerusalem, John 6:4: ; now. with this Increase : \
the general economic life In our a corporation and aialnut W. H lcd l- .
On account
the cost. the
before the third of each the chairman of the com present ,
: Sunday In tax we have bad increase In ward* upon a certain judgment of
((6)) The 'rou came to fie place ; month. country. It has rendered it almost mittee. These reductions have not of the opposition and national income up until a few to I of mid court In book T, I. 4 4I"
where iesi's had gone to r-st, impossible for the average man that in corporations and a few fertilizer pave 311.
I find our
Pastor. far
I D. L. enough. .
Phillips. gone Sheriff of Ilradford County have
I She talked with them till afternoon, I months ago, but now the income obtain money; it has rendered it appropriation bills they are Btlll barons and a few others, levloil upon the following described :j

. {when Jesus told His dls-joles to I all. And they did all eat, and were baa dwindled by half and we aWl almost impossible to sell wares and providing useless and unnecessary the present Republican adminis- I property, Mltiate, lylnit and beIng In !

Ibuy bread to fo..,". the multitude, filled." have the pyramided tax burden to merchandise of any kind for any- appropriations; for Instance, It ia tration and the one prior to It obstinately I I liadford known and County described, Florida.aa follows and:

- (verses 34-37; This miracle appears to be the carry. xxx thing like a reasonable price; it inexcusable for the Congress to appropriate stood In the way of the I Commencing, III ft. Went of the ,

,) ((7)) Search wan made for food : only one recorded by all the four Tariff Revision has practically paralyzed the real huge sums for the purchase utilization of Muscle Shoals for a I INic cord corner Inn In of the.I lot orlirlnal I 4 I of 1 block plat of 4, an the II

i land they found five small loaves gospels. After the people had eat- The soluUon to the present economic estate market and has made practically of high-powered automobilesfor !1 fertilizer-producing plant. Presidents -I town of r.awI..y.. thence M. 100 ft,
C land two small fish which they re- "took twelve Ills now existing in Americais impossible payment of Interest and Hoover both I thftiou W. 6> ft. thence N. 100 ft.. '
en the apostles up the Cabinet officers, attaches, Coolidge I thence 13.' alone the H. *aId. of Lake ,
! |ported to Jesus, verse 38; baskets full of the fragments ((01 to lower tariff on imported man- by mortgagors. and whatnots to run around on the vetoed our Musclle Shoals fertilizer I Avenue.. to the point of befflnntnir, '

I 1 ((8)) Jesus commanded all to sit berad) and of the fishes.". ufactured products then call an International Coupled with this handicap of streets and highways of our nation bills, and in this connection I am *II am, townshIp. belnir W.II. 8 of rang Hallway 11 E.)In and Sea a I

. down on the green grass in cojmBpanlea About this time the people conference and bring the utter lack of money our people day and night at the expense of Informed that the fertilizer used to I pnrtlun of lot 4, block 4 of the town

which the people did, sought to make Jesus their king, about a lowering of tariff walls of: are confronted with the enormous impocerished taxpayers. Recently grow shrubs and plants on the Mt. I I of of In I.awtey the public, according records to of pint Bradford: there

verses 39-40; but He sent the disciples away, the other countries, and thus again cost of government in the I read a most Interesting article Vernon highway from Washingtonto I County, Florida I II

( ((9) Jesus took the loaves and dispersed the assembled people and start our International trade. way of tax charges. To make'' about high-hat Postmaster General Mt. Vernon Is a foreign pro uct. I I hlKlxtnt And will bidder sell for the cash name during to the the '

. Irishes and blessed and break them He went Into a mountain alone As our foreign trade has dwindled more acute our financial situation Brown having great trouble In Yes; they have preferred to pur- I legal hours of sale on the lcd day

3 Rand gave them to the disciples who John 6:13. Then many of His followers our $3,000,000,000 merchant' many countries have gone off the finding an automobile with sufficient chase foreign products, thus pat nf the April court 1913 house at the in Mouth the town door of otHtarke

1 gave to the people, who were fill- deserted Him and His 'persecution marine has been forced to lay at gold standard during the last yearor space above., his large heat ronizing foreign industry and foreign Ilradford County, Florida,
d., verses 41-42; increased.One anchor in our harbors; our fac-1 concerns, for even government term. cash sale beIng made .
. two--probably 83 countries have for his enormous dress hat. The joct tu( t......, and fareclanure suit
((10)) They took twelve baskets who would follow Christ tories have reduced their rather than to to
up output, gone off the gold standard during story says: uses permit us now pending on a part of the saidiproperty.

j full of fragments of food that was cannot depend on public opinion In fact in many Instances they have this time. We still stand, upon the Eight old cars which bad been operate this plant and produce fertilizer \ W. J. KPPKR8OW: .

left verse 43; for approval. ceased to operate. The purchasing gold standard. The United States used for many years by minor departxaental -. for our farmers. The con Hherlff of Ilradford County Florida.

((11)) 5,000 men were fed verse power of our farmers has been still bas about four billion three officials and $1,700 of I version of this plant Into the actual -I J. U FHAZKI1
Attorney for
. |44, besides the woman and chllgdrea PRESBYTERIAN almost destroyed. In 1919 the pro- hundred million In gold, which is the f932 appropriations were production of fertilizer would I I 3-3-et-l-at. .
Matt. 14:21.In ducts of the 'American farm were save my State hundreds of thousands .
between 40 per cent and per cent able for the replacement of --- .It'll.M55li'litN '
- the third year of Jesus' mln- Services Sunday, March 12 as valued at 15000000000. In 1932It of the entire world's supply. The machine. A dealer was of dollars annually and would I NOtice le irlven HALM. that under ,!

istry he returned to his native townof follows: probably will run only four or United States and France combined agreed to accept the old cars ant save similar, or even greater, anil hy vltrue or.. final decree of '
Nazareth and preached In their 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. amounts to other farm States. I foreclosure made and rendered by '
five billion dollars. The purchasIng f .
have about two-thirds of the Ube $1,700 as payment for a new the Honorable A. K. Adkln, Jul..
synagogue, but the people rejected Williams acting supt. power of the farmer must be world's gold supply. With circumstances car. When I looked at this car,I plead with you my colleagues, to l of the circuit; : Court. lrtohIJrr.r.lr: :: tI
I him. saying "is not this the car- 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon restored, Urns bringing about a demand small support this legislation' at our first Hlxth Judicial
as we are now confronted however, I found It was too I and fur Ilradford County, In Chan.
penter-and they were offended at by the pastor. Theme "Con- tat his product and in turna with It Is obvious that the for practical OHO on formal occas session after President.elect Roosevelt rery, dated Uth day of Fen, 1913. l '
1 Hlm.--"And he could do no quest of Fear." market for the manufactured the American must Is Inaugurated. It might' be I In I that pertain cause therein tat.lyr"
Congress expand between
nM' Hdward It Jarvl,
I mighty works there' because of 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. goods. This can be done by restoring the currency.: It must be expanded Ions.Said well to pass the Jones bill and other -I I and Edward If ..f.v'vlsAdntlnistrator .
I their unbelief. It Is the same now. Topic: The Kind of God Jesus Revealed our foreign trade through within the sound principlesof Postmaster General Brown: measures of probable temporary I a* ; of the nutate, of ,

Only to those who have faith In i. scripture John 4:16.: John lowering. of our tariff walls. xxx good economics and within the :I found that a man of my height, relief, but these are, in my opinion I I Hlanrhe v..*. Jarvl Nicholas. deesased Idemii, _Complainant '''.mll.*

I Christ will he apepar as an 'advocate 14::1-12. Leader, W. B. Barnes. :Farm Values Decline sound of good banking, and I am below the average, could the fundamental things which must I hi*. wife If IRarrl..". Harry hems,
I. principles and sit in the hi* wife It If
hat married
not wear a top I deceased his '
and Savior. 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, aoajg In 1920 the value of farm land but'It must be expanded to-a very be accomplished by the Congress I legal representative. lawful h.lre.
I would have to
"And he called unto him the and sermon. and buildings In the United States appreciable degree. and It must car. The occupant before business agriculture and I li-KutoBH. devlieea, vrantee., admln

J twelve and began to send them Prayer meeting Wednesday .at was about 66000000000. This be done at once. Frankly I see keep his hat In his hand because Industry will take a permanent 1 imrutnr perion' and, claiming executor by and through any other nfunder .
there not clearance enough.
J forth by two and two; and gave 730; p. m. value dwindled to about forty-aev no hope for permanent bettermentof was upward trend. hint or them, de*'ndanta. theunderlined

(them power over unclean spirits; I A cordial Invitation to all
and commanded them that they i services Extended to all. farm equipment decreased during] and Industrially until the currency SCHEDULE: CHANGED I oery to execute the earn ...111. on
should too small In other requirements for Monday April rd, A. D lOu,
take nothing Xor their.journey S. .. this period hundreds of millions of is expanded .and the money in circulation formal use. the level hour* of sale before during the
save a staff only; no scrip, --- -- -- dollars. The farmers are paying substantially Increased. The following changes In schedules I Court house door In Hlarke' Florida, J j
no bread, no In their. too much interest. Farm He goes on to say that later bpurchased I sell to the highest and beet bidder .j4 ,,
money purse entirely This la the duty of the Congress, are announced by the S. A. L. for cash, the following deiurlbed
And they went out, and preached BOB JONES mortgage Indebtedness Increased and X call upon my colleagues to an even larger car that Ry. Co., effective Deu. 15: .I !laoS situate' lying. and being: In y ,
that men should .repent." from .more than three and one cooperate In its prompt realization. gave adequate room for hlmsell Southbound I firnrttortt The county half FI..rld"l.toWit:
North ,
of the Northweat
It was at the ,
that tbe apostles returned .to almost nine and one-half billion such wild and foolish and arrogant locaL 1 iJcy"nI4, < Town.hlp a. South Kanite
OMMENTS Debts owed the United States by however It I Is I contaIning 10 acre more $1 lj,
Sims at extravagance; ,
Capernaum, and he I took dollars In 1928. Farm land values No. 11, due Starke, 9.35: a. m. I or"o''lass' wNh. the .p"IIrt.n.no...
them to a place to Test, .near a .,, ON have decreased to from 20 per cent foreign governments must not be In keeping with President 1I00ver'aadministration local. ?.aid .al.! to be made purauant to

town called Bethaalda near where 1jrj; HERE ".... to 40 per cent of their former val- canceled. Our Democratic .plat In its general ex No. 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m. I JUJ d..decree to satisfy the lam andK

jtae river Jordan enters the lake. ue. At prevailing prices of farm form declares: travagance-why, do you remem- I K. PEnnTMAN :
limited.No. .
"And he said .unto them come HEREAFTER.The commodities the farmer can not We oppose cancellation of the ber when they paid several thous- I 1.11-lIt-"I1.A. Hp.lal I Master I In CII.nQ.r' :
debts to the United States 191, due Starke 10.55: p. m. iir(
ye yourselves Into a desert place, even realize the cost of production owing and dollars to buy a private elevator limited.

and rest & while; .for there were \ trouble with this country Is to say nothing: of interest, taxes, by foreign nations. for the Secretary of Commerce I!I I\'O'l'lCM OF RLKCTIOV: -

Imany coming and going. and .they not with the nOD the cancellation of these and i 2 due Starke 5 08 local. "' Florida, the
no leisure with the non-going church. debts building-foolishly and arrogantly : a. m. .nL.llw" Board of
Jhad so much as lo eae. is conditions can be remedied in part, 1'iibllo Inatructlon of Bradford .
And we should enact..such retaliatory squandering the public No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. ly calls Coun.
they departed Into a desert. at least by the revision of the tar. an election In be held. at
placo by where there Is measures as will prevent American money. x x x local the following named t 4
suip privately. People usually go iff. Our Democratic platform calls March' Ulh Itaa. for purpon"of
When the apostles and .Jesus something going (In. They go to for such revision and I admonishmy money's flowing Into the coffers of The Imperativeness of the reduction No. 108, due Starke 0:46: p. m. eUrllnaHiree. truxtee the.a"h. and s

came to the place :where they In- fires. They don't like to go to refrigerators colleagues to join in a revision foreign nations now in default upon of the Federal governmentIs local. limned determlnlnar. In each the district ml I'lit(e to be .*-

Itended to rest the people were eWe of the tariff at the very earliest their payments to our government not a Joke any more; It Is an Starke and Wannee Branch-No. For the purpose of holding paid. t 1,

already assembled. read in the Bible that a possible date. I realize that i It I Why. can you realize that Europe actual reality and I want to say 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. election lows the managers are a< fol- If4j

"And Jesus, when he came out,I crowd went to see Jesus and especially would not be practical to undertake obtained from our government to my colleagues who have been 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. t.t.'L"-rlcl. i'm. I, There..*-O. W h
'aw' much Lazarus whom He $10,333.028,351; before and after the T. J. Griffin Agent. Alh..rt $uliivn and Cieve
people> and ie t began to to see revision prior to March 4, but dealing with this subject lightly lend iI'illiyan. .
leach them raised from the dead. I can under- after :March with the ad- armistice Foreign nations have Cloning/ Mulls
many things.And the soon new that day is past, the American IHntrlotOreen. No 5. Stark.-U D.
lay was now Jar spent Ills dls- stand the crowd going to see Laz ministration and the Democratic repaid us 2.627,8oO,897.. The principal ,I people demand a reduction and we South dlto.Distrfrt.. J. C. UoWnaon and Dr. Mid-

Iples came unto him, awry, that arus. If I knew that someone who President in the White House, It Issomething. has been reduced by only are going to have It. I am willing Train No. 11, parcel post 9.00 No. I. 1..1.11' n. n. '

they rupy buy themselves bread; was burled last week would eat 443310743. to cut my own salary In half and a. m. icr-Thed. J. H. Austin.. --nd-- ..1.__,n....___ n u.___. ', '

F -"rea ana said unto thorn give night I'd be hanging around cut- good n w.. It is telling a lost the American government from: bring in such a resolution and I and special handling 1000( ;( M Hoeler and I>. Carter.. .. jf !

e> them to eat. ,And they ."y un- side trying to see him. The world that Jesus Christ died on American citizens through the sale now call upon my colleagues to joinIn a. m. Crosby District and Hn Harley lt-Un.Me RueMANNINU.Tone. W T. .ft1'"1'1\11

o him, shall we go and Luy two churches might try to draw the the cross to save men. That Is of bonds and otherwise. How well this plea. The budget' will be North w. ('. Chairman ;

undred P"nyworth of bread and crowds by raising people who are preaching. Other things may be do you remember the Libertyloandrives automatically balanced with fur- Train No. 12, parcel post and ] a-I A.dII; (. !f'oJS, a.r.t.ry. 'Lt( :;

:'Ive them i.. eat 7" : supposed to be hopelessly dead Important. There may be an Appropriate and how freely the American I her: tax economies and will obviate ---- ItOT'f'f' tSL:

No roan la..ka opportunity to do spiritually.! That Is performing place tor other messages.But people responded and may I I the necessity of any further tax at Notice la hereby given that the following deicrlhed. lands will' be sold! ,!
MXXI whil be walks and talks with I miracles. That will draw a crowd. the only message accordingto ask you if now some of our foreign I I levy of any kind, and In fact would the public.th day auction of said on the VlftRT WNr'AY IN MARCIa 1D3. It beinvI

en Let us keep asking ourelves -I the Bible. that offers hope for creditors are responding and react. | permit the repeal of such tax provisions I to lord county. State or G$3SsSSa? = .t will Stark b. necessary In Hr.d. l j

constantly, "How can I help Sam Jones said. "We put our lost men for this world and the Ing with the same patriotism and I, as 3-cent postage, 2-cent I th.pay cost the of such amount sale and advertising. C. earns toreth.swith I., t 'I"
be People I meet?" preachers in ,an ice-box and thea world to come Is the preaching of courage with which the American I bank checks, and others. America I A. K"llfbt, Tax Collector :

"Two hundred pennyworth" was curse them because they don't the Gospel. If this country: Is ever people responded. These obligations does not want a Federal sales tax.I JIJ14! of NWVi 1I..lpll.\ -.------ _..t T.(a I It.sa A 40 A.0... Z.....Adkln. Ta.e. .* rose (41 '

bout '34. then, but about $200 ..sweat.. A man said to me not long brought back to God It will be the are still owed In large by the Unit- I am unalterably opposed to a Federal All nat NW4! of HEV. \ H of ;a'I to$ 1

ow. ago. "There Isn't much great result ot a preaching crusade. Historians ed States Treasury. Why, the, sales tax and its levy nor the One A"In-HW- "Cor.--a."8W\4--- ___ '_.'___ It.n ,,1.01'.,

He saltlt unto them how many preaching in this .country." I ask believe that the French United States now has a public I levy of any other further tax will I Lots of 8E 1 a\%of In nik Starke l. Original------JJ 1 it 1 Dr. O I.. Hayne .____. 4T.14 ,. .,

|Jve have| ye? Go and see. And ed him If he could explain why. devolution would have swept England debt of about 20800000000. Do! be necessary If we will reduce the Town of Btarke In NE(4( .

"en they knew, they say. live He bad no explanation. I gave him as it swept France had it not you believe that the American I expenses even 20 or 22 per cent. Lot of 2 SW'/i' of plk- -7--City-----Park-___j II F. V. Stump ___. _.__._ 422 I.. ';.t ,
Dd 1 two fishes." one. Here is what I said: "On the been for the revival under the Congress should further cancel !' Our platform calls for a 25 percent Rub Dlv W. C... Addi- I L .

Hn The loaves were about six Inches day of Pentecost Peter Interpretedto Wesleys and Whitefleld. Wesleyand these foreign debts when our own reduction. This 25 per cent Block tion to ABC Htarke _____.21 4 12 r F. Stump .. _-_ .... I.IT .

In diameter> and one Inch thick, the assembled throng the experience Whitefield were great preachera. government owes almost $21,000- I reduction in expenses will soon dltlon\ to Stacks O Stumps In 8M ad.of

ffJWe of barley, and were the food of the people in the pew.It They went Into the Held. 00,000 and when our Treasury I relieve the existing deficit In the BB%, of NKJ4 --_-_--It t II P. F. Stump _-______.._. 2).12 ,
f poor people. may be that we preachers can't They went everywhere the crowds now baa a deficit of from one to treasury and will In the future keepa MadIson 210 ft A W Myrtle of SW Cor Bta. of*

And! they sat down in ranks by preach any better because so few were assembled, or where they : two billion dollars As tor me,. I balanced budget. The American run W :SIll ft to Wet-

undreds, and hy IIlUe. And when folks In the pew have any experience might be able to assemble crowds; am willing to vote "no" rest of my citizens do not desire additional saidSt.420 moreland 8t,tfltlOftfl thence S on .v

e had taken thc fIve loaves and for us to Interpret. and believe me, those men preach if* and vote to the end that these tax. May I remind my colleagues 420 ft to bee elanated ZfJ
he two ed. There never baa been a time debts American (he on map of Ua.kln- Add
fishes he looked up to just are> paid our that power to tax is the powerto to Btarke aa Clark 1 A

6I\vea, and blessed and brake the The Blbl.-says that it pleased ia the >-history of the Christian people and their Federal Treasury destroy. I Implore ;you not to Blk. -_?_-_____!2; ( II I B. C. Holtxendorf _______ (... ,
Yes. and cave them to His dis- God by the foolishness ofpreach-. church and there never will be a Recently our former ally and fornor give consideration to additional SWH of NE(4:( 8&:14.: ofEVt
pies N \ en ia A on 8 side _11 S II TO B C. Holtendorf .___. IIia ."
to let before them; and the Ing to save people. What is preach- time when real preaching: will lose great friend France, defaultedon tax measures. In effecting these K4! of TWU _________..14 I 40 W. A. lieeeent. Jr. ____ 17.70
o fishes OlWed be them Preaching I Sa Dot jumping on 1 I" J'O"'fl' j its obligation and almost stmul-. economies we must not Impair our EM: of a 1 Alot In BW Cor _
among trig of BE* of 8E% cf 81C\4U\ I W. J Griffin ____... n..1 ?j

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HOLIDAYMomentous 1 without an address. THE PACKAGE OF SEEDSI

:' Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I j Anotber staggering Item Is the I i

I Maybe You've millions which takers collect from s Late
financial events followed -i paid a dime for package of
1877 the gullllble public every year, and
one another In quick succession I |i seeds floo
during the past week-end. Heard But give absolutely nothing In return. I And the clerk tossed them out with

i I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class First came the proclamation of i Figures showing the losses In I a flip; Massif
closed banks and other
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Governor SholU Saturday morning : legitimate I I, "We've got 'em assorted for everyman' ,

_. I[ declaring a five-day moratorium 1 i businesses pale into Insignificance needs," Sean'B kAY
Well, it looks like the banks to the millions throwaway I I Fiond. Pre..
compared we .
E. L. Matthews_______________ ____ Editor and Owner I or bank holiday In Florida to the be have all the luck. They not only I foolishly every year.-Flor- j I I He said with a smile on his lip. '_ A ...c..,...
followed In a few hours by and and turnips -
,'! observe Washington's birthday, !Ida Advocate. I "Parsnips peppers Well, we've got our "new
proclamation of President Roosevelt -, !{ and dearand
& I Good Friday, Whitsuntide and I peas a hundred and
declaring a holiday throughout almosta -_-< whatnot but now they get
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance the nation for a period of five whole week off while the rest I THE LUCKY SAVAGE j I you please." lookln'people are at their around hands and right DOW

M Advertising Rates on Application days. of us go on keeping the old nose to I dering' Just bow to play 'era.won
prior to the issuance of the proc- dimes to the
the well-known grindstone.One the Now seeds are just
lamation by Governor Sholtz about I Years ago a young boy from man in the store,

We take checks-and glad to get"'em.It's thirty-eight states had declared wilds of Africa was carried on a And the dimes are the things he America wanted action and nowwe're
that he was
bank holidays. These included Tampa paper reports I steamer to Scotland, gettln' It with a capital "A"
T!' i o '- all of the states of the an unusually large number of pea : educated: and made unfit to returnto needs; Franklin Delano Roosevelt ain't
I to them in
And I've been buy seasons -
pie turned out on the golf links his fellow-natives. In a recent nobody's yes-man. He's doln
better to have script than be broke eastern seaboard as far north as before whit
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and that state. there Monday morning, so It looks address to American business men ought to have been done
New York Including seven]
of them
But have thought merelyas
-0 In these states are located the like the bankers might not be the Lobegola said: I II months ago, so don't be alarmed.
for councilman in Jacksonville only ones taking It easy. Of. "And since happiness Is a relative seeds;
c' Simile: As thick as candidates principal markets for Florida pro- But it flashed in mind as I
:. ducts. With the banks in these course, we don't have a golf course I term, you can consider my own my Anyhow, we're all In the some

i', states not making payment of here, and it would take a little : brother as happy; much happier took them this time, boat now and that mates! every.

-0 checks drawn by fruit and vege- time to make a thorough checkupon than I am, because my brother has "You have purchased a miracle body feel better. Furthermore, It

: i 1 More good laughs than tears have come out of tnct Dunx table commission houses the banks the hundreds of lakes around, no gray hairs, no headaches, no here for a dimes""You've insures something bein' done and

I of Florida were being flooded with but we bet every good fishing spotIs problems."He done quick. It may be kind of

holiday. returned checks. Other lines of being well patronized. Fish are doesn't know the things I a dime's worth of power rough goln' and Inconvenient for a

e de'' 'p business were also involved, and pretty good eating, and the beautyof know He Is not Used to the wild which no man can create.You've few days, but we'll come out ot<

1 ,t It is lucky that strawberry plants declared a.moratorium confusion was rapidly becoming it la that yo kdon't.; have to pay beasts of the western world. He Is a hand dime's! worth of life" in I this mess with an even keel.There'll .

y worse when the Governor Intervened cash for them. used to a few leopards, a few your I be smooth sailln' again, w
You've dime's worth of
; on fruit this week. with this proclamation.The snakes, a few lions, elephants, and a mystery I drag out that old grin and beep
} ,t 0-- action of the President, The negroes already have their things of that kind, but what Is Which destiny the, wisest, cannot under- pullin' on the oars

Teachers are having the last laugh. Everybody is getting which affected every: bank-.in the word for the holiday. "Morator- that compared with a few taxi- stand,

: script these days. United States, was-.taken to atop ium" Is a little too fniich like work cabs and automobiles and drunken In this bright little package, now Before you start feelln' sorry for

i bank runs and the hoarding, of for a lazy tongue, It Is simply drivers and a gunman and every- isn't it odd yourself and worryin' about that

o money In the large centers pf pop.. : ''bargo" to them. thing?-Gadsden County Times. You've a dime's worth of some- two dollars you didn't hide behind

; Could Queen Mary's hats have anything to do with the ulation throughout the country, as -o-- thing known only to God." the chimney; think how much better .

well as to atop the heavy drain on off you are than a lot of foe
frequent illnesses of King George? This week has'demonstrated that GET RID OF THIS OTIIER
the national which who have been'roamln' around
j4 o I treasury, fine American trait of being able' RELIC These are seeds, but the plants and the
4 threatened to so reduce ,the gold country for months without even a
to laugh things off. One or two blossoms are here,
States would recognize Russia sooner 'I that the of our chimney.
the United safety
Perhaps reserve whines have been heard (from the After making a long but .successful With their petals of various hues;

"( if they would shave off those beards, national financial structure wouldbe professional whiners) but for the fight against the useless In these little pellets, so dry and
Then how would like
endangered.The most par ,,everybody seems to be lame duck session of congress, so queer you to be
i'i'0 I
a ..f wholesale hoarding that having rather a; good time. It Is Senator George W Norris of Ne- There la power which no chemistcan Mr. Roosevelt Nobody ever step.

Roger Babson says that the banks are all right-it's the was In progress would soon have something "different" to be caught braska, is now training his gunsIn fuse; ped into a tougher spot. If you

hoarders who are causing all the trouble. reduced the supply of currency to with ten cents In your pocket, and an effort to destroy the electoral Here is one of God's miracles soon think you're gettln' a bad break,
where ': not bein' In his shoes
maturing crops could Imagine
} right
o be..thrown" on your, own Ingenuityfor college. This Is a relic of the earlIest to untold
have been marketed and
a complete I obtaining more' ready cash or history of our country, and if Thus for ten cents an ounce Is now.
tell the about the father who during the bank of all !business
They one paralysis :
getting the necessities of life without : there was ever a reason for its existence divinity sold!

t 1 holiday, wired his son at college for money would have resulted.It cash.. And as a topic for conversation It does not prevail now. It -Edgar A. Guest. But he stepped into the ring
r was to prevent this dire Bit I with has Jaw set and fist doubledup
beats weather 'cumbersome
o -well, it the is a and expensive
uatlon that President Roosevelt boo -0-- and if don't think he
", you
; I
and all hollow. I
prohibition method of declaring the election of
The Chinese originated J fingerprinting, they say. .A'nypnewho sued his proclamation declaring the I our executives, who were elected 'to be President' you got another

sends out his laundry should know that.! bank holiday and calling on pea DANGEROUS PAN McCROBE months previous. There la no Justification I State Capital News guess comin.' Well, If you
ple everywhere to cease hoarding I "ak it's time startedcrackin'
me somebody
'A gerbiA \Were it
M1 n --- bunch. of. hitting In its existence, and Sen-

''g""M I If the gold] hoarders you'd better dig it money.At the time up ator Norris should go: right ahead His office stormed by job seek- the whip.
you are among of issuing his holiday
J. M. Lee has ask-
In the Bronchial saloon;; and have the useless, and really ers, Comptroller
Gy Mi ;ti ,out. They're planning to publish your name. proclamation the President also issued Two bugs on'-'the edge of the ludicrous law, repealed.-Tallahassee ed the cooperation. the press in All you and me have to do right I
; e ue4 a call for a special session of is the and
ew larynx Democrat. bringing to the attention of the now play game give
Congress. This special session was Franklin a chance to do his stuff
Were public the fact that his department
tune. .
Jazzing a ragtime
..Hilliard has a tiny newspaper called the lien. In the slang convened yesterday morning andit Back of the teeth In a solo game, o I ia fully manned. "People who canill If we all stand back of him, and

1 of the theatre, we hope the lIen doesn't "lay an egg." Is expected that remedial legislation I I Sat dangerous Ack-Kerchoo; LEGISLATIVE SESSION NEAR afford It," Lee said, "are comingto make him feel we're back of him

will be promptly enacted. Tallahassee- in search of he'41 come pretty near untanglla'
his em-
(V- And watching his pulse wad
The general feeling is that Presi- The 1933 legislature will be this darn financial blacklash is |
and while I feel
'light of ployment,
love every
N Headlines say, "Tears Glisten at Capital as G.:, 0. P. dent Roosevelt's watched
prompt and drastic The lady that's known as Flu. more closely and more apprehensively sympathy for them, there is nothing quick time.

1; Leaves Bet they didn't trickle from Democratic eyes.I action has averted the danger -Wall Street Journal. during its regular ses- i I can offer." -

I o that the country faced and that sion than any previous session. Right now I've got exactly one I

business will shortly be moving Tremendous problems confront our -- dollar and ten cents in regular

:sae L The ,punsters are going to have a good time during( the smoothly again.. about Personally, we'd If" feel hadn't a lot better told State law makers. Much of the A meeting of the State Pardon money to play with. I suppose I
things they
e next four years making wisecracks about Woodin money. I The withdrawal of money from us that the new secretary of the future prosperity of the State depends Board scheduled for March 14, has ought to be bltln' my finger naili

fr u, circulation had already reached on what the legislature does been indefinitely postponed. Mem- and tear-In' my hair, but I ain't. I
o he in bed.It' .
treasury plays guitar
: !
t r, 'I such proportions that it has been taL and does not do.Reconstruction. bers of the board are all busy pre- know rm no worse off than several -
"' ? The Callahan News says that it ia i hard to judge a man's found necessary to make a large I going tq awfully, hard to of our system of paring for the legislature session million other folks and that It |

1 ?' r importance by his large following. They may be cre l j, or8. Issue of clearing house certificates forget that, /I administering State government so and Governor Sholta stated he a consolin' thought.

to take the place of the hoarded OPINIONS'R. that it shall be on a more economical thought a week's session of the
l currency. This action it is believedwill and responsive basis, and the board at this time would be too The wife called me on the phone I
M. M. in Miami News "In his
} A Pennsylvania man recently went fishing in.style.. He quickly restore business.It latest novel :William reforming of our taxing system so great a burden. The pardon board and was all excited. "Shall order

!I4y y lounged in any easy chair behind a winebreaker while:he fished Is recalled that the Issue of Faulkner exhibits, 'Mosquitoes some, of the as to derive sufficient public reve- disposed of emergency cases last groceries today and what about I
house nues without December, he pointed out, and said liver for the cat"? she asked. I 11
clearing certificates laying
during ,
,, through the ice. An artificial heater and a radio stood tendencies of Hemingway et al.,
the panic of 1907 cleared the-sit. heavy burdens on real estate or he was of the opinion that no bard- told her to climb the palmetto tree I
i, nearby. But even then he probably had to buy his fish at a nation and that business soon rgot who seem to delight In climbingthe any other one revenue source are ships would be caused by delaying In the backyard and get the cabbage -

s ? market before going home. back on its feet. In that panic at back fence to yeU'obscenities school the two outstanding subjects demanding -the meeting. The board's secre- out of it, and to put the cat I
passing Sunday superintendents .
the hoarders took the currency out ." intelligent, honest and Impartial tary reported that approximately In a cage and start fattenln' him, [

of circulation and then sold It ata treatment. Two things are 1,400( cases were being prepared Just for an emergency. In the
'I The they dress it's hard to tell the from the H. A. H. In Tarpon Springs for .
,, way mamas premium, as much as 4 per centor Leader: "I think Faulkner's new essential-narrowing expenditures' I presentation. meantime I'd stop by the creek and
'; daughters Times-Union. Or the from the $40.00 by reducing administrative out a couple of perch.
r' ; i anymore.- mamas per thousand being book, 'Light in- August simply agen- snag
N ,r charged for it. The Issue of clearIng filth cies to actual needs rather than political J. C. Husklsson, director of Flor-
xs papas. filtrating throughout a mass I
i house certificates quickly demands, and widening the ida's relief program stated that he Then I called my stenographerand
of dull diction
":! -o--. broke up this practice and brought Tampa, Tribune] tax base so as to bring more equit- has advised all relief units not to dictated a letter to all my cu -

1 ? z; Two Moros killed eight people in a protest against taxa- the currency back Into circulation. I I --!- to able distribution of the tax burden. stop their Work as there is no holiday tomers tellln' them to go ahead

f !" tion. We Americans will continue to dream about such Banks In many cities and towns You may know 'your filth but To do these things will require ex- on hunger, and the work of and send me a check, no matter
i In Florida and ceptional Independence and for what bank it drawn on. The1
throughout the nation courage caring the needy must be kept was
f you don't know your Faulkner."Mosquitoes" .
things. acted literally on the procla- : on the part of legislators. To all had Mr. Roosevelt's name lID
was one of his earlIest -
I.. I ---0 mation of the President and closed efforts neglect to do these two things, or Is no question about Fed- the front door now and that was
IB fact
':.., literary so early
' "' N,. An expert has said that the commercial poultry industry their: doors. Officers of our local that It Is long since.out of print to do it badly will mean to hold eral funds to carry on the work, enough guarantee for me.
banking Institution the back the development of the State he said and
Bank of instructed workers to
this "scribe" half the
and visited of
has its eyes on Florida. And Florida has its eyes on new in Starke did not Interpret the proclamation secondhand book stores In New in. its natural resources, and set meet the present situation by Issuing In the meantime I'm goin' lID

dustries. as requiring actual closIng York before discovering a copy and back agriculture many years. Con- requisitions for groceries In about my business as usuaL I knot

? o of banking houses and therefore then found that it was a first edition scientious and intelligent legisla- lieu of pay for labor, adding that there's a lot of bright sunshln!
Y kept open to afford such accommodations tive action will be a great boon to all requisitions for food honored in hidln' behind the clouds. A rain]
It is said that five hours is commanding a cool $20.00.
( sleep enough for James A
S as could be rendered Needless to say, we are still with- Beach Journal. counties during this trying time day don't bother the guy who to

: Farley. That's about all the cabinet members will get for a the public.At out a copy of "Mosquitoes." -- will be paid promptly, and that some-thin" to do.I .

; while, !anyway, the Ume the :telegram de- THE GOVERNMENT LEARNS this method of keeping the work

a claring the holiday 'was received Arnold Bennett once called SOMETHING going had the approval of J. P. don't care what we use In ton/

h o Saturday morning the local bank: Faulkner "the,:' American who Ingle of Jacksonville, chairman of country for money It may be
Bradford County High School should be In the midst of what collar button
congratulatedon was was per- writes like an angel." First-class mall will be Governor Sholtz's state advisory script, certificates,
haps the busiest day of the present going committee. or the only thing that
running its full term when larger schools are having to under a two-cent stamp by July 1, ; wampum to

l ;; shut down with seven months. season The price of"strawberries ."Congress" Refuses to Cut Its Sal- the nation Is assured by the chair- I IMeetlnlt interests' me is gettln' people
had increased ..
measurably It often
use as possible.
ary" man of the house committee on the bank holiday with
o during the week and return checks
We'll'cut: the''chaplain, postofflces and post roads. The courage: and confidence, Tallahassee -I and
'. Grades of students at the University of Florida have improved were being received :ia large vol- Fire. the, mald,'!>.'" new administration at Washing merchants and business men If we reorganize our banks
ume. These had either to be hand presidentiwith
lot of vice
(Poor Anna's really overpaid). ton has committed Itself have taken aa their "Busi- replace a
to slogan
A' fifty-seven per cent. Perhaps that is what comes of ed back to the holders or taken .5 a re- some first class clrculatlw
And furthermore turn to "
( the usual.
traditional ness
not having the of movie. for collection. No could be two-cent somewhere
f price a money managers, we'll get
We wish ,to state stamp because the outgoing admin- Citizens were advised that It
: -
paid out on them. Naturally this Well Tm little who Is content
o The pages shall ponaolldate. I istration has repudiated it and ayear's would be the policy of the retail one guy
: drastic change in conditions was a RooseveltHere
to' "bank" Mr.
The Christian Science Monitor estimates that this Expenses are too high, you knowWhat' trial for the three-cent credit association to accept checks on
country shock to the business of the com- I of thus
boy me
that! You say to alice our stamp has proved It a iuiai; fauutd on local financial Institutions either -
i .wil1 need 23,000,000 new motor cars within the next fiver munity but the situation has been deposit slips.BARBECUED
1 dough'tAhemwell aa a revenue raiser. in payment of old accounts or

years. Wonder how many pedestrians scalps this will amount part very and generally everyone accepted seems disposedto In good now-you see-< Postofflce department statisticians for present purchases. "If your GOAT. AND COB-*

., to? have figured it out that check was good before the holiday" -
make the best of a bad situationand We'll diet all the con- EXPLOSIVE!;, COMBINATION
p do what they can to basten an Government tinuance of the three-cent rate dur- the association states In an
-- ------ nags
ing 1933 will cost the department advertisement, "It Is good with us with>
,, Fiji Islanders put a certain drug in the water which Improvement.The And save on brooms and dusting. 1100,000,000. Its advocates claimed today." Never mix barbecued goat
Bank of Starke -
has received bad CODlblDl'tlon
It Is
liquid corn. a
St1c, ;, stupefies the fish and allows them to be taken at will.. That deposits during the week as usual. rags.Perhaps if urgentTo a year ago that it would bring and can cause no end t/ r

gives us an Idea what to do with the next load of shine. the These deposits are placed in sep save moreWe'll In that much additional revenue. APPLICATION ACCEPTEDIN trouble.
The department Is also V. S. MARINE CORPS
sheriff captures. Grate accounts and are subject to fire the sergeant at the door. planning What started out to be a pleat'
check a return within a year or two to cal
any restrictions We're ant some
dealing out enough party among
the old
-----0 whatever. Many persons have opened Economy. one-cent rate for local or For the first time since last fall ored residents near Judge: Ceo. "

County officials have shown that.their,hearts are in the these separate accounts for Reduce our salaries t Pardon me- drop letters. The higher rate for the acceptance of applicants for Gardiner's residence, turned out "

c right place by donating their services free for the special the convenience of carrying on Well now-ahem-let'a see- losing this class of mall also has been a original enlistment in the Marine be shooting scrape. It all ated' ked

their business affairs. .. proposition. Corps has been resumed beiDI
; : election. More gestures like that. is what- is needed to restore -o-- D ; Congress and the postofflce de an announcement made accordingto by Ma- barbecued over the and goat the that was for tar e

; a faith in mankind. y .... partment have Just had a little lesson pay
A LOSS jor E. M. Reno, officer in charge, ing it cooked.: e
Other In the law of supply and demand Marine wc"
From Station
o Pens Corps Recruting Lester Moody shot a negro
and in the effect of hard Post Office ]III
I Civil War records say that a code message sent by General Bradford County suffered a loss '. times on prices, from which It has Ga. Building, savannah an with bird shot, accidentallY anapped I

''fi' rh, Grant to Washington has never been deciphered. Per- this week in the death of a. M. .- learned that not even the govern During the lull In recruiting a claims.pistol several George times McGee at MoodY! buI kit

; haps the general was like some of the rest of us who have sent Inman us, In who the was legislative elected to repre- THE GULLIBLE PUBLIC when ment can the profitably boost prices number of vacancies in the corps failed to fire, much to the laI'ter'a
of general
price trend la have occurred and the Savannah A
trouble making out scribbling.o 1933. satisfaction.
our own downward.
According to figures gatheredby
district which the tin
comprises statesof McGM
is out bond, :
o Mr. Inman had ,frequently said some statistician or other, the Washington has long been under Virginia, North and South Carolina Moody on forgot '

Americana like to their that his views were In accord with American people put more than the delusion that the postofflce is Florida and the eastern Jail. Sorry, but we
lh, sign name.,to.i important looking the popular sentiment for partof ask about the goat.
effecting four million dollars into slot ma- indispensable. .";It has been disillusioned Georgia has .been assigned a r
papers. As an experiment, a Texas newspaper circulated a governmental economy, and that he chines In this country every week. by utilities delivering their limited number of these vacancies. Economlo t less pronounced -

;,, petition in which the first paragraph urged a cut in govern- intended 'doing*'everything in his Of this huge sum. leas than twen- monthly ;'tatezi1.ents by messenger Young men Jn this vicinity between In recession than was In fl e'
'mental expense. A later clause asked Roosevelt to appoint power to see that it was brought ty per cent is returned. and by Individuals paying their the ages of 18 and 80 who other countries.
about. And those of.us who knew"Jack" That Is .only:, ,one of the items. bills In person trader: certain
1 con are at least 68 inches in height and
Zangara to a place in the cabinet. .
hundred persons Inman, know that when he Another Is that millions of dollarsgo ditions even the spend-thrifty have completed high school who Export trade In the United H" 1

ed the petition. They had not read beyond the first few started out to work for something, to the dead letter office each American people can be driven to desire service In the Marine Corps dom has been restrained by erP: r

It was more than likely to be ac year because somebody puts letters pen n y-plnchin& Jacksonville should apply or write to the above restrictions, with slight LmPre

complished. containing money ia the postoffice JuornaL.: address. meat bt some heavy MostrM

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