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

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Movement Miller: Acquitted FridayIn Green Elected I Marriages and Divorces Trustees ChosenIn Forsyth Loses DecisionTo Board Is Ordered Al:1" ;

Baldwin Peace Court; Decrease In Bradford Reed Tuesday Night; \ : :

Union Case Continued I During The Past Year Did Not Fight Tenerio !

low\ This Week; RiversHarborsCommitteeman' Sub Districts; : To Print Frazee'sName ;; 1 i i

W. C. Miller, local truck owner Figures released this week by Vasco Forsyth, Starke boxer, :
charged with violation of the Motor the Department of Commerce Bureau last minute workout, and nubatltu- r
(Buyers Pay Cash Transportation Act, was acquittedlast of the Census, at Washington Big Ballot CastReturns Jacksonville Irishman In a bout at On Ballot .i $ f

Friday following a preliminary show 115 marriages for Brad the City Club arena In Gainesville
hearing before the Baldwin Justice ford County in 1932 and 13 divorces Tuesday night. Both men weighedin ;t1.l.lof

of Peace. Witnesses heard at the for the same. period. Not Reported In No. 1 nt 145.Forsyth. Judge IUI W.Ad:;;'*. Issues. Writ; '; ,.: .
hearing Included H. L. Brownlee, Congressman Will Retain Vice- There were 134 marriages and And No. 8-Grern, Ilajrw, had been originally i Mundiuiiiw at Mayo
i of Shipment Made By Truck T. S. Williams H. Moore, and E. Chal.tnantihlp of Territories 19 divorces in 1931. No annulments Roblnnon Her scheduled to fight Lope Tenerio, Thursday : I

| -Heavy Crop ExpectedSoon W. Hayes. BodyCongressman were recorded for either who came to this country In 1931as : 1(1ruled ,

The case against Mr. Miller in year. An unusually large vote was cast champion of the Philippines, A writ mandamus was Issued at r- I
Lake Butler, on a similar charge, R. A. Green was Figures for the entire state showa here Tuesday in the election of but he sustained a cut eye In a ; Mayo Thursday by Judge Hal W. \ '
was continued to June 13. Tuesday elected by the house as a decrease In both marriages and school trustes from special tax last minutes workout, and substitution Adams of the third judicial circuit .. I. i I p \
[press shipment of strawber- member of the Rivers and Harbors divorces during the past year. In district No. 3. The following were was made with Reed requiring the Board of County : 'f' I''

f from Starks this week was Committee and he will also 1932 there were 15,301 marriages elected: L. D. Green, E. W. Hayes, Commissioners of Bradford County ;. a+tl .
pi quarts, the lowest figure "My Son John"Shown retain the vice-chairmanship of the and 3.089 'divorces.: In 1931 thera 'J. C. Robinson. to print the name of J. L. Fra- I ,

the week ending January 20. Committee on Territories. He accepted were 17,336 marriages and 3,563 Ill late years a mere handful of Local Men Hurt zee as the nominee of the Democratic .

e WM offset, however, by a big 'I, : the membership on Rivers divorces. voters has turned out for this elec. Party on the ballots to be, ':' ,
anent by truck. It Is thought Tonight and Harbors Committee on the account tion, but a total of 100 votes were used at the special election to beheld '
about 70,400 quarts left on of Florida's waterways. cast Tuesday. The vote was as As Truck Upsets here- March 28. The election t'' a' ..

RJ during three days, Satur- The chairman of the Florida StarkeVithdraws\ follows: Green, 96; Hayes, 76; Is for the purpose of electing a 4
Monday( and Tuesday of this State Canal Commission, and other Robinson, 57. The next highest representative to fill the vacancy {?

i Local Talent Will Be Seen In Play Florida citizens had urged him, togo ..-........ were Geo. A. Taylor with 28, and Roftroe May Suffered leg Broken' In the State Legislature caused by
price received by I Athletic on this committee, owing to his Ceo. W. Alderman with 19. the death last Tuesday of G. M. f
,e average For From Ball In Three Place -1. D. I .
lew throughout the week as I Association keen Interest In the proposed canal LeagueLocal Forty-five voted for a maximumtax OI'N'1l BruisedL. Inman. ,a
ated at $373 per crate. across Florida. He Is the authorof levy of ten mills; one vote was i The writ gives the board until \
wnlee Brothers and most oth- "My Boy John," a comedy dramain the bill under which surveysare cast for seven mills; two votes D. Green and Roacoe May 10 o'clock Monday morning to either '' +

|uyers reported that they have three acts will presented at now going on for this great Officials Asked That SeasonBe for one mill; and one vote for two narrowly escaped death at 8 o'clock cause the name to be printed. ''..
cash for berries since and himself as Postponed Until May mills. ordered, or to file an excuse for 4 w j
t paying the school auditorium tonight. The project expressed Sunday morning when their truck, A
One or two buyers of actual First Other districts heard from were: failure to do so.
being hopeful obtaining
Saturday. talent has been selected from the which was being driven by Green,
I still sticking to the old plan Bradford County High School, under realization of this project duringthe District No.6, Lawtey James plunged through the side of a The petition was taken to Judge
and the rest inK Rosier J. S. Austin, and O. J. Adams, after Judge A 54. Adktna r, r
iivlng $1 cash I the able direction of Robert Roosevelt administration.Mr. Starke withdrew from the bridge at Crooked River, two miles {
Phillips elected trustees. A had disqualified himself In the
| ', F. Demorest who will portray one Green haa worked Incessantly Northeastern League last week It were north of Klngsland Ga., and drop
1 believed that the movement this project ever since he has tax levy of ten mills wall set. matter. Mi
on :
[Is of the prominent parts. was announced by N. Sternberg ped eighteen feet.
District No. 16 E. C. I The writ of mandamus followedan 1
I will be comparatively slow un- The play is one of the most successful been a member of Congress and president of the club. The local Rising: May, whose right log was broke e f t'
Lewis R. and 1']. opinion given Monday by Attorney '
M. J
Jtround 1 when Starke believes that to Crosby
April In years, possessing a pretty .with assignment organization had asked officials of en In three places and whose knee
J Lawtey will really get their love story, good moral, and the the Rivers and Harbors Commmlt- the circuit to postpone the openingof Norman were elected trustees. A was badly crushed, was taken to General Cary D. Landis
tax levy of ten mills set. I that no names of candidates could
|OIlS Into full swing. comedy part, played by Charles tee, he will be able, not only to accomplish the season from April 9 to some was Riverside Hospital In JacksonvilleIn ballot ii iito
District No. and on
1 district No. legally printed
Lu-tey shipped several cars dur- Pender is guaranteed to be a riot. : this project but to obtain time in May. The unsettled financial an ambulance from the I Oxley
be used here In the special else
8 had not
reported Thursday morn
I the week although no definiteres Cast of characters: other worthy waterway improvements condition was given as reason Funeral Home at Fernandina. It ?
tion called March 28 for the purpose -
had been reported Thurs- John Stewart (my boy John)- for the State. for asking the delay. Unless """" was thought at first that the In- of electing a representative. '

Prof. L. A. Gray the postponement was allowed, local jurec] leg would have to be amputated Attorney.General Cary D. LandiM ,
Lun Stewart-Charles Pender. RESOLUTIONWhereas officials said, StarRe: would. RESOLUTION but reports later In the week Monday that. no names ol R
llant City, March 14.-While Cal Henderson-Robert Chap- withdraw from the league immed said that there was hope of savingIt. be printedon
Jparatively light as comparedrecent it has pleased God to iately. As the opening date bad Whereas the Supreme Architect", : Mr Green suffered only slight candidates the ballots can to legally be used here In
weeks, strawberry for- man.DonaldEldredge Robinson. remove from our midst by deathon been definitely announced for April in His Infinite wisdom, has been I cuts about the face and body. the election called March
-lings out of here during the Bradley-Fro Strickland. March 6, one of the Woman's 9, officials of the league refused pleased to take unto himself the I He was just leaving the bridge, special
28 for the of electing arepresentatives I
I half of last week totalled more Dad Stewart-R. F. Demorest. Club of Starke's best friends and the postponement, and Starke's spirit of our deceased Mr. Green said, when another automobile purpose from Bradford p d +k

n halt a million pints of berries. Flora-Martha Brownlee. supporters, George Marlon Inman, resignation was accepted. .George M. Inman, and brother'l I started to come on, and in i County to take the place'of G. M. i
terday Indications were thate Nan Stewart-Kitty Hogsed. husband of one of our past presidents DeLand Immediately entered the Whereas.the trestle order to avoid hitting it, his truck Inman, who died last week. r C
would be a fairly heavy Maw stewart-Bunny Canova. therefore be It league in Starke's place. This Is Masonic life was such as to entitle I f I struck the bridge railing and The ruling was made following*
the volume is Resolved, that In the death of the second to the white stone with '
ement although Adel-Miss Hazel Mlddleton. change that has been him receive > crashed through.The '
a meeting of the Bradford County }
llimlly decreasing as patches onI Specialties and popular musical George Marlon Inman, the town of necessitated since the loop was organized a new name, and (|I truck was a complete wreck, Executive Committee last Fridayat i

land become more or less numbers will be rendered by a Starke and Bradford County as a for Its second season. Lake Whereas by the faithful dls- :+'but the loss\. was covered by insur which Col. J. L. Frazee waa '
led out and volume in generalreases. whole has lost one of its most active member of the duties owed to It owned Mr. Green 1 !
large chorus of pretty girls, with City, an original droppedout charge great i I I' ance.: was by nominated In executive session a* { ; ;
In some instances miss Marjorie Stump at the piano. and public-spirited citizens, several weeks ago, and Ocala God, to his neighbor and to him- !f, and Griffis & May. the candidate of the Democratic t *
wers report a new crop of fruit one who was always ready to help took its place.DANCEOFTHEMONTII. self our brother deserved the title'!I Green and May were on their

ling on which, I It marketed, willg P. T. A. ELECTS OFFICERS]f the needy and distressed; one -- of a man and Mason, be It there 'I way home from New Yorl'. City, party The Board of County Commissioners __ rp'p'' 1
relatively heavy loadings In GIVES ANNUAL REPORTSThe prompt to advance the Interest of CLUB foreResolved where they had taken a load of met Saturday afternoon at '
I next few weeks. town and county; devoted to their WILL HOLD DANCE TONIGHT that In the passing of strawberries bal
the courthouse to prepare the
Jorwardlngs from here passed Parent-Teachers' Association welfare and prosperity. George M. Inman Masonery has I lot and refused to authorize the h'
leateen million pints last week met Wednesday afternoon and Resolved, that the Woman's Invitations have been Issued by suffered the loss of a valued member LOCAL INSPECTOR READY '
printing of the name of the Democratic ,
I the season. Mrs. E. K. Perryman presided over Club of Starke tender its heart the Dancc-of-the-Month Club for a and the community a valued TO HELP FARMERS APPLY nominee on the ballot with- ;; al F' '
the business session. felt sympathy to our co-worker. dance to be held tonight at the citizen, and CROP PRODUCTION: LOANS' out an opinion from the attorney t
Mrs. George W. Kenly's Kindergarten Mrs. Vonda Inman, and family'' in Woman's Club. Proceeds will be Be it further resolved, Bradford general.
reen Gets Ruling! class gave a group of motion this their sad affliction. given to the Bradford County Lodge No. 39, F & A. M. extendsto Regulations for 1933 governingcrop A committee composed of 0. !
little Miss Resolved Chapter of the American his its sincere heart production loans have been
songs, after which that a copy of these Red loved ones W IllnHon, chairman of the coun-
Adrian Kinchvn gave a reading, resolutions be sent to the bereaved Cross. felt sympathy and while we mourn Issued by the Secretary of Agriculture ty commissioners, A. J. Thomas gil

: Loan Board I and Miss Vera Claire Robinson family and a copy to the Bradford Music will be furnished by Harry his absence we rejoice in the reward and are now available to clerk, it. C. Helbergcr, chairman of
rom favored the company with a piano County Telegraph for publication.Mrs. Hughes and his orchestra. allotted to the. soul of the farmers) in this county upon request the Bradford County executive:
Just made to County Agent L. T Dyer,
L. A. Davis, perfect. committee, and Floyd Green, at.
solo.The BIRTHS therefore further resolved or F, A. Scott, who will have
president, Mrs. Perryman, Miss Pearl Jordan, Be It torney for the commissioners, wentto
gave a report in which she touched Mrs. W. B. Parks. that these resolutions be spread quarters In the court house at Tallahassee Monday at the request 1 r {
kA if owners of Farm Homes the high points as to what the Mr. and Mrs. Florrie .Manning, upon our records and a copy' sent Starke for preparing necessary pa of the board, and put U_.. J
| \n Eligible to Borrow From P.. T. A. has accomplished duringthe A CORRECTIONIn Lawtey, boy, March 3. to the bereaved family, also thata pers.Applications matter before the attorney general
Home Loan Banks past year. The treasurer, Miss I Mt'.and Mrs. W. H. Carter, Max- copy,' be sent to the Bradford in this county: will who ruled that the ballot, t t a

Eunice Perking gave the annual last week's paper It was ville. boy, March 3. County Telegraph for publication. be handled under the supervision should be without names of cancli. Hk'q l I
Representative R. A. Green of financial report, and excellent reports stated that it would be necessaryto Mr. and Mrs. Peach 'Crawford, (Signed): of Field Inspector J. C. pokes, dates. 6 l ,

t Second Florida District, recent were made by the following pay 1933 poll taxes in order. to Lawtey, boy, March S. .J. M.,. MITCHELL whose headquarters are located in Up until Thursday afternoon

called on the Federal Homean chairmen of committees: Mrs J. M. vote in the special, election of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards P.: M. BAREFOOT, Ocala, Fla.Instead Mrs. G. M. Inman, wife of Brad Is*,
Board for a ruling as to Alvarez, health; Mrs. G. H. Lowry, March 28, for representative from Starke, boy, March 8. T, T., LONG of writing to Wa hIng- ford County's deceased representative 1 t
elller of farm homes Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln ton or of the loan m
owners membership; Miss Madge Middle- Bradford County. This should Graham to one regional was the only candidate who
eligible to borrow from thee ton, nutrition; and Mrs. J. C. Rob have been 1932 poll taxes. boy March 10. CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT offices, Mr, Pokes announced, had made a formal announcement 4s lj
and received Mr, and Mrs. Brooksle farmer obtain the fl
loan banks can
inson, publicity.A i S Moseley, necessary In the columns of this paper. How-
>m the general counsel of the prize was given to Miss Rosalind ROUND AND SQUARE DANCE Highland, boy, March 10. L. J. Mlckler of J Jacksonville: application blanks for loans and ever, several others have announced as
oral Farm Loan Bank the fol- Jacobs' grade for having the Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Manning formerly with Mlckler & Sanderlin, detailed Information about the requirements their intention of making the/ lu 'b
opinion: largest number of paid-up patron The American Legion Auxiliarywill Lawtey, boy, March 15. well-known cleaning establishment direct from Mr.\ Dyeror race.
The Federal Home Loan Bankt members. A prize, for the largest sponsor a round and square Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kearns, has been placed In charge of Mr. Scott.Applications. .
was intended to provide a attendance of patrons, was givento dance Friday night March 17 at Starke, boy, March 15. the cleaning department of the will then be reviewed y
tthod for the financing of homes i Mrs. Herbert Hart'a grade. Legion Hall, music by Yeoman Starke Dry Cleaners. Junlus M. by the county advisory committee
hlch would serve In the home ; Annual election of officers resulted Brothers' Orchestra.: Friday night, Steel-Immediate outlook uncertain Smith, proprietor of he plant, then certified and forwardedto Governor Sholtz ,
ha field somewhat as the Fed- as follows: President, Mrs.L. March 24th, Orange Grove String due to almost complete absence promises that Mr. Mlckler will give the regional office at Washing
m I Land Banks serve In the farm F. Smith; Vice-president, Mrs. Band will furnish music. The public from market of the railroadsand the people of Starke and surrounding ton for final approval and action. A

n told and the Federal Reserve' T. J. Alderman; Secretary, Miss is Invited. the Indeflnltte future of the territory a high grade of work. The regulations this year epeci- Warns Lobbyists

fnks serve in the commercial' Isabel Fernandez; Treasurer, Mrs ---- ---- --- ----- fy that only those who cannot get :

n field. I believe It has been H. C. Rltch IF YOU HAD BEEN ON THE STREET'EARLY SATURDAYYOU ; loans elsewhere are eligible for --
effort : loana from the fund t
of each system to con- I-- $90,000,000
Render Greatest
Says Official) Can
fe Its operation to its own field, NOTICE, EX-SERVICE: MEN MIGHT HAVE SEEN SOMETHING( WORTHWHILE authorized by Congress. Loans Service Right On
a reasonable amount. At the can be used only for crop production 1

|me time, the line is not very An important meeting of the RUNNING HOME AND TELLING THE FOLKS ABOUTEight and require the borrower to Job ;nr
arly drawn between farm homes ex-service men of this !and adjoining reduce his acreage of cash crops: --
..1 I urban homes. counties Is called for: next 30 per cent unJer last year, un- Governor Dave Sholtz mado

"The Federal Farm Loan Sys- Tuesday evening 7:30: p. m. at the 1 less he does not Intend to plant plain thin, week his position with r ,
rn many years ago approached court house to discuss the new o'clock l III pretty early in traffic: light to change, althoughIt that Tuesday, March 21, will be more Ulan 8 acres of cotton 2 1.2 regard to lobbying on the part of

|e matter, by excluding in their proposed legislation before Cong- the morning. Some of the merchants Isn't usually running that earlyIn the date. acres of tobacco 8 acres, of pea. county, district, or state officers '
ding operations all value ex- ress. of our little city are just the morning. But the two cars In the meanwhile, Zangara sits nuts, 20 acres of corn, 12 acres of and released the following state- Quk
t the to opening their doors at that hour; passed through town unnoticed. In the death cell, scrawling on tab of the .
agricultural value of the Subjects of vital importance sugar beets, 2 1.2 acres of truck ment to representatives 1 ;
emlses discussedand others, who take more seriously, I If one of the storekeepers had let paper what he calls his "biog '
arrived at chiefly by a disabled veterans will be crops, 8 acres of potatoes, 30 acres press:
osure of its agricultural income, action taken which will be of "The early bird catches the worm", paused in his sweeping and looked raphy". On top of the long flat of rice, or 40 acres of wheat. "Never In the history of this r c
"IS the are busily engaged in sweeping the closely at the men in the coupe he roof of the death house a squadof {
value of improvements, toe Importance to all ex-service men, The maximum permitted to any State has there been greater need $ +
extent that the same are rea- and an outline of future action will sidewalk in front of their show might have had something to talk men from the Lake/ City National one borrower this year Is) $300; or, for the highest possible degree of i ..s
*bly necessary for the employ- be-presented to the body for their windows. There will not be any about for the remainder of the day. Guard are posted day' and In the ase of tenants, the total of service on the part of all public .l
ot of loafers on the street corners for If the storekeeper bad been a man night, In command of two machine the r rgreatest
> the
land as a farm, and all consideration.: all loans to tenant of any one servants. place
>er value is excluded. .-. several hours yet. who reads the newspapers, be guns. landlord within a single county service can be rendered by i
Likewise, the Federal Home MARRIAGE LICENSES It was about this time last Saturday might have recognized the little The guard over the death cell cannot exceed $12000. The actual any official or employee Is right on i "

Bank System has not under- morning that a Ford coupe, fellow as being Giuseppe Zangara has been doubled, augmented by amount advanced by the authorities the job. S y
ken to licenses containing three men, passed on his way to the death cell at national guard troops both inside benefits accrue
say that it will not lend The following marriage will depend upon the borrow "No real can
<11 a farm home, but approached have been Issued by County JudgeE. through the streets of Starke. They Raiford. 'and outside the room, and outside er's requirements. A first Uen or from their presence in Tallahassee j r rIn
e matter from the standpoint of K. Perryman during the past were followed closely by a large Very qultely was the trip to Ral.ford the prison proper mortgage on .the crop will oe re: connection with legislation. Leg U
Home sedan In which sat three more men made. Even the dally papersdid Located In of of Islatlon Is the exclusive: perogatlv
value, and thereby con- ten days; one a group quired. The regulations require
'lag Itself principally to the home Theodore Box and Jessie Nettles whose eyes never left the smaller not make known the fact that Anton concrete prison buildings, the that loans be repaid on or before of our senators and representatives;

1* field, which .Is a very well Claude Smith and Mildred Williams. automobile. the assassin who killed Mayor death cell occupies about one. October 31, 1933. Interest at 5 chosen by the people for that pur 1
Injured r
Two of the men In the coupe J. Cermak of Chicago and i'
gBlzed field of finance, Involv- h fourth of a small room that adJoins 1-2 per cent, deducted in advance, pose.
|J g about $20,000,000.000 of money. Albert Davis and Bernice Jones were of average height. The third, five other persona in an the death chamber. It Is will be charged. "Accordingly I request such of-' I I

I"'*TOW the foregoing, you will Ship Tomlinson and Rosa Belle wedged in between his companions, to kill President Roosevelt separated on one side by a thick Since the loans call for a first flcials not to come to Tallahassee e
visible. The little was on his to prison until be p,
I e that homes not only In but near Cooper. was scarcely behind the bars for wall from death row, where five lien on the crop as security, the during the forthcoming session of
f ban centers might have aubstani Monroe Addison and Daisy John- fellow was dressed taconspic- had been lodged other condemned prisoner awaitexecution. borrower frequently has to procure the legislature, unless summoned
'1 value lously in gray trousers, brown several days.Governor the legislature."In ,'
as homes and therefore waivers from prior mortgagesor by the governor or a
SOD.W. coat, brown felt hat; h. wore no: Dave SholU Tuesday @
eligible for Murrhee and Rosa If the Is a an exceptional case where
substantial loans Thomas necktie. signed the death warrant, which The- heavily barred death cell Is rights. applicant
rough the Federal Home Loan Marie Carson. of the sets the execution for the week of surrounded by a wire cage. tenant, or Is farming land under they might consider it Imperativeto
the driver _
Perhaps coupe
In the exercise
r" System. On the hand for deed or so-called crop come to Tallahassee r rrequested
other contract:
rtcUy preceding the gen skirted around the edge of town to March 20 the actual day and hour The execution of Zangara will of their official duties, It U '
Immediately mortgage -
properties which are contract, or has given a prior
avoid seen he drove to be determined by Superintendent be the.first at the prison m near
reviews being ; perhaps advise the
any eligible eral bank holiday 1933: the regu- that may
Federal his ,
under the In on crops .
to die
In right down Call street |>ernap be L P. Chapman of the State ly a ;year. The last man 0.
Improvement )
Loan System will be hand- reported steady Continued on 0.) (Continued on page
It is the chair there was a (
I through even had to stop and wait for the Prison Farm. thought likely; negro.
f that system." the business picture.

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Formal call for a state caucus of G\"IAtt p\PP't. Glent .JIS 0tIE:. i S+w lien ear P oMr? ."i
--- ---- J. W. Buddington and Democratic members of the House t.Vi./ CL\'r Itonr MI'.11t.alS i
' Mr. STmGYI SKHen
.r conducted
The revival service Mr. W. H. Carter of Duke Sta- ee. So DORrt ,
Gwendolyn and Erns- of Represenativea has been Issued \jolttIT+ ee polK' tut. (Pwpe tf Vault MO OEWhlY.
r+ daughters / m
Chris ,
;, by Rev. Sam White at the tion, is spending a few days here TNT I (; "e /
W/IIZ > 1 '
and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc Frank Webb chief clerk of the (EGo RIG\IT TdI"6
tian church are progressing nicely., with his daughter, Mrs. J. A. tine by : < 'T e. ww p 6Mtu.e ell list:
q'Ii Ii Mrs. J. M. Maxwell Is the guest Harnage.Mr. Rae and children were visiting Mr. house. The caucus will be held ya> HAtG. 0 M* 9ie.ce. o e't You- lr 0CJIIE pile// j r'r' '
and Mrs. T. K. Stokes at Baldwin Monday. April 3, at 8 p. m. Officers Yts7CtaDAyj ytluu'( couc6ltrlNtE .
I of her daughter Mrs. C. L. Houaer Wilbur Harris of Duke Sta- G'6; r Ar I .
and certain attaches will be '
:Mrs Maxwell was for several tion, was visiting Mr. J. A. Harn Sunday evening. ONe 'tOJ"-e. 1.0: DEUCATEI
Lewis and little daughter nominated at this time.
I years a resident of our town and age Wednesday night. Mrs. E. r ,;.:. f"TT 1
of Hellbronn, were visiting Candidates for speaker of the J. ,
4 Agnes
has a host of friends here are Miss Gladys Keene was the guest
Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday. 1933 house are Peter Tomasello of
always glad to see her. of Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp
Lawton Crawford of Jacksonville Okeechobee and Dwight L. Rogers
A. I. Gould of Sharps, was called Monday afternoon. I I Mrs.
:to the bedside of )his father, F. C. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs T. spent part of last week of Broward' county.

i Gould, last Sunday. The many N. Norman Thursday were: Mr. J. here with relatives.Mr. Speaker speaker pro tern, chief
friends of Mr. Gould are delightedto W. Buddington and daughters, I I and Mrs Mert Newmans of clerk, one assistant chief clerk,

know that his condition is Improving Gwendolyn and Ernestine, Mrs. H. Hellbronn section were visiting bill clerk, two reading clerks en-

and will eoon be out again. M. McRae daughter, Odessa and relatives In this section Sunday. grossing clTk. enrolling clerk ser-
+ filled his M. McRae. Mrs. Lecla Dunkley and Mrs. geant-at-arms. messenger two
Rev. a. EL McGauley son, Auther and Mr. D.
Mabel Denmark of Jacksonville, door keepers, chaplain Janitor and
I 1' regular appointment at the flap Misses Gladys Keene and Doris
4 tist church last Sunday morning Kersey were the guests of Mrs. were visiting Mrs. Evelyn Crosby eight pages will be nominated at +.ctr

1 1 and dispensed with, night service Pearl Norman Friday afternoon.A Sunday. the caucus. I A i, I Ix
because of the services at the large crowd attended the Misses Muriel and Rachel Sil- Other attaches including assistants G S0,1gSALT

v Christian church. birthday dinner Sunday given by cox of Starke, were visiting' relatives stenographers, clerks, typists,

d Robert B. Lee of Theressa, waa Miss Agnes Sapp. here Sunday. Indexing clerks, checkers and oth-

i st transacting business here last Mon. Mrs. W. C. Clemons and daughter ers are either appointed by the

,, day. Melba were the guests of Mrs. speaker of the house or employedby
H. L. Edwards and family Sunday BROOKER a special committee appointedby
afternoon. the speaker.

Miss Alice Edwards was the it Iff Vr Gainer, Cor. The caucus of Democratic sena-

EVERGREEN guest of Miss Elizabeth! Harnage tors will also be held on the eve- x
'1 of 3. Hold-over sena- tk
Mr. F, A. Boclcr.. Cor. Sunday afternoon. Mra. H. B. Conerly of Okeechobee ning April
Miss Hazel Sapp spent Saturday Mrs. L. W. Sowell of Mica. tors have..already selected their
.Y night with her sister, Mrs. P. D. Harrison of candidate for president-Senator tF '
Mrs. Maggie I'I'iGREE
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crews and Keddlsh. Mrs. Prevatt of I T. G. Mitch" Leesburg, of the 23rd : c. 1' *
Gainesville Olga -'
6 children of the State Farm were district. ,
i Valdosta Ga., and Mr Warner
'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Schellle Rosier
New senators and entire membership -
Mott of Alachua have been calledto
Sunday afternoon. I ; of the house will be sworn
the bedside of their mother and
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand VANDERBILT into office at the opening the the
sister, Mrs. Sally Mott and Miss
daughter spent Monday with 24th regular session of the Florida
Mary 1>Mott who are very III at this
Ills mother Mrs. H. F Redding. C.rrl. Dell Norma., Cor. legislature which opens at noon
Misses Lois Overstreet, writing.H. .
pa.uunel April 4.
B. Crosby was attending to
and Juanita Rosier spent Saturday
1 Messrs. Fred Halslop, J. R. Kel- business In Starke Tuesday.
:in Jacksonville. and Russell Norman the The bank holiday brought a rush
ley spent Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and
Mrs. J. S. Rosier and.grand.:
of to the office of
weekend In Jacksonville. been Inquiries actingmotor
Z, daughter Nadene, who have
2 daughters, Louise and Clarice Rosier : vehicle commissioner, Geo.
t Those attending the sing at Wa- spending some time here with her
aP : and Stella Motes were visiting
Wilder if could
asking tag agents
Willie Reddish teroak Sunday afternoon were parents Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney
bar daughter Mrs. tlAPPLES .
checks and
accept would arrestsbe .
Sunday. Misses Lubsdia Nettles, Flora Bell returned to their home in Okee
made If motorists continued to
Miss Penci Sapp spent Sunday Johns and Messrs. Cyril Dukes and chobee last Wednesday.Mrs. .
operate their cars with old tags.
_afternoon with her aunt Mrs. Carl Nettles of Lake Butler. Misses G. E. McCauley and daughter said, that there was at least 5- appealed from the Florida Supreme Railroad-Car loadings
i Authority was given tag agentsto
a Scheme Rosier. Lillian Kelley Evelyn Crosby. Theo and Mrs. B. F. Hazen accept checks in for 000,000 acres of state-owned land Court to the United States Suprenl -: early in
i' Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding of Gladys Thomas, Nlta Kelley; were attending to business In tags from responsible parties as In Florida suitable for reforestation Court. !
Baldwin spent the weekend with Messrs. H. B. Kelley and Louis Gainesville Friday. Those supporting the bill at the
and the basis
and B. F. Ha- heretofore, with the understandingthat homesteading on
W. Finholster
t Newmans of Corinth.Mr. J. 1933.ATLAS
11 his mother Mrs H. F. Redding.Mr. to business in the agent In each case wouldbe of the plan outlined by the Pre !l. last legislature estimated that It i
zen were attending
and Mrs. Frank Crews and A. A. Edwards was transact Starke personally responsible for collection dent. Further Information will be would produce approximately:
X brother Leonard, spent Sunday at business in Lake Butler Tues- Tuesday.Mr. in :
ing and Mrs. John Mott'were In Mr.: Wilder said. Agents made public in a statement from $200,000 a year new
p e1 ;the State Farm. day afternoon. Starke Saturday. were also advised not to deliver President Roosevelt. Records In the comptroller's Ol'llce.1
+ J. Q. Rosier Frank and Lennard Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman and tags where checks were received In however show that for the year I

'iT I Crews were visitors to Starke Sat Misses Mattie and Carra Belle Nor- payment for same until checks ending June 30. 1932 revenue from The Standard Oil
Warrant clerks in the office of
urday. the tax amounted to only $80,187.-
man attended church at Corinth were cleared but to issue receiptsto
4s. Llah Griffis was a visitor to GRAHAM State Comptroller J. M. Lee have 37. Tire GuaranteedOne
Saturday nightMr. the applicants as evidence that
not found their work lessened
Jacksonville by
H. L. Norman made a business I application had been made.In -
Jean Gaskins and son, Wit- to Jacksonville Wednes Ml*. Kllrm Jok.. a. ... the bank holiday. Vouchers drawnon Year
trip to Wilder said
regard arrests The death warrant for the execu-
the state treasurer In
lard were visiting her daughter, paymentfor
Mrs. Russell Redding Sunday af day.Misses departments Inspectors and peace such accounts as have been approved tion of Elvln E. Jeffcoat was sign-
Lubedla and Ruth Alvarez We to know that Eunice officers "common .
ternoon. are glad were exercising and certified are being Issued ed by the governor March 13. The NH NNeNNFrigidaire
and Mr Emery Johns attended Dempsey who has been ill for the sense" in the matter and would as usual and mailed promptly. I electrocution was set for the weekof

1 church at Corinth Saturday past week, is improving.Mr. continue to dp so he felt although I I, March 20. Jeffcoat was sentenced -
night. and Mrs. H. M. Wasden are instructions i iI
no specific were issued In 1930 In Pinellas countyfor
ZIFF Misses Nina and Nona White- the proud parents of a baby boy from his office. I In answer to inquiries received the hammer slaying of his

] head and brother, A. B., were visiting born Friday March 10. Tag sales dropped off considerably by the comptroller as to cashing I I I wife. His execution has been delayed -

Mlu L.4 Mac Lewi, .... In Lake Butler Sunday after Mr. end Mrs. F M. Griffen were after the bank holiday was state checks Mr. Lee says:' "The I II through legal strategy which the three year guar-
'i State of Florida has ample funds
4 noon.Miss visitors to Starke Saturday. declared although agents In many baa attacked the Florida law providing
Services were held at Deadon Mary Alvarez spent the Mrs. and Mrs. W. T. Wasden of sections report sales for cash mon I for cashing state checks as soon ,for execution of criminalsby anted electric refrigerator -

( church last Sunday by Rev. G. E. week-end with Misses Agnes and Waldo, were visitors In our community ey orders, and personal checks. as the moratorium is lifted. In electrocution. The validity of

McCauley of Brooker.Mr. Louise Sapp. Sunday afternoon. the meantime any reputable mer- this law was recently upheld by the
Rev. J. L. Norris rf LaCrosse, I Friends of Rhue chant should accept state checks
Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville McKinney are Governor Sholtz stated that State Supreme Court.
spent several days here with will preach at Wateroak church sorry to know that his condition while he was not at liberty to disclose for purchase of necessities of life .

y p his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Saturday night and Sunday. We is no better at this writing.Mr. details of the plans or say or other "merchandise without any While the wage commission Is For sale by
are glad to have him back with us Foster discount.
4l Lewis. Reynolds spendinga how far they had gone he was still deadlocked In the anthracite
Miss Rhoda Thomas has return again, as he hasn't been able to be few days with his grandparents, made to feel while in Washington coal Industry' wage dispute, a

I ed to her home In Jacksonville after with us in several months on acCount Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy. that President Roosevelt was keen Florida's chain store tax, one movement has been gaining mo-

4. spending several days here with of an accident I. Mr. and Mrs C. Fogg and children ly interested in the project of of the "new sources of revenue" mentum among the miners to in- Smith's Service

n her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .-- Leecy and Jewitt, were visit homesteading and reforestation in passed by the last session of the crease employment and markets

Thomas. Duval County dairymen have I ing In Palatka Sunday.Mr. Florida. At the President's request legislature and declared invalid through lower wages.

Mrs. Henry Shaw and daugh- seeded 4,000 acres to permanent and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and the governor stated he had this week by the United States Supreme .

r4' ter. Ruby, spent last Sunday with pasture grasses under the leadership children, Ellen and Madge were Interviews on these subjects with Court, turned out to be a Farm prices have been steadying. StationStarke

1 :Mr. and Mrs Tim Mann. of County Agent A. S. Law- I visitors here Sunday. Secretary of War Bern, Secretary boomerang. The state must refund Changes have been small with cot

Mr. Henry Shaw was attending ton. This, they say has resultedIn of Interior Ickes and Secretary of $54,69980 to approximately 125 ton, grain ac<1 cattle up and eggs,

:tior business In Jacksonville several lowering their feed costs at Prices of farm products are hold- Agriculture Wallace. I f:companies This amount was collected butter veal calves hides and potatoes Fla.

f days this week. least $7 ,ooo a year. Ing their own. He assured them, Gov. Sholtz in taxes since the case was down.
Mr. and Mrs O. Berry and son,

1 1 H. C., and daughter. Miss Jessie, .DOROTHY VARNIT Charles McManus
and Mrs. Kate Forthy spent last By -J

I i yl Sunday here with Mr, and Mrs.
James Williams. -

Mr J. W. Lewis and son, P. W. IN THE LAST
I +' were in Chattahoochee Monday.A I YOU" YEb WELL PAPA 1M AFRAID WHATS RACE WELL,. WHY! OONTVOO
large crowd enjoyed a supper OWNTHIS TO ASKYou I MV WORSE THE AGAII4 SWAP NOSES

l J; given at the home of Mr. anad Mrs. q I r ? CANT BIA REASON OTHER MY HORSE WITH

? J. W Padgett Thursday night. "NORSE YOU : TINHORN WA SATIN'I HIM 1
We are sorry to report that Mrs OoNTCHA? THIMK' I /, I II

R. B. Thomas and Miss Cora Pad- 14ELLWINTO; II III N09Eii

gett are on the sick list this week. ,'' 01\'( / j
i 1I
+ 44 :We all hope to Bee, them out again .. I Ir
ti. soon. I y I

1 popping Those at who the enjoyed home of the Mr.peanut and 9 ; ::. : I

:Mrs. J. H. Kelley Saturday night I ,
I '
were: Mrs Lloyd Padgett, Miss I I' ____ 'f7'f7I
F Martha Groover, Miss Janet Kelley ,I I )

t i Miss Lula Mae Lewis, Misses 1 1

Amy and Nannie Groover Dan H I

Polk Colman Dees, Frank Groover r

Lloyd Wlmot, Fred Shaw Rats- I

yk tus Mann Kdd< Polk, L. O. and I 1
.r Jobnnle Lewis Clifton Polk, Zen- I \

lous Williams and Truby Hodge. .
Miss Leola Hough Is visiting her ,


Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell were

visiting In our section Sunday,

1 .te-.ii-\... CIf" wvf

y I Ileilbronn Springs DOROTHY DARNIT.. Binaries'SAM McMaI ;

1 HIM T..I... 11.0.... Cot. .. .. .. .


rr;! I Mr. and Mra. C. Melvin of Brooker BIMBO- | MATE I DON T WANT Y0U OR ANY ONE wH nwTO / _J | THINK
spent Sunday with her father ToWoRK INTHE EL3C.ToCoMt.lM MYOFTICt-I'lL I \\THt Dots '
YS' F. B Robinson. tor net FIRE THE NtT ptRSON TIUtT I L1. DoJjcL
g ? Mr. and Mrs Ed Clemons and WITH HIM COMES IN( MT OfUCtHEAR OOYou IWAKfTSJ To SEE
Lt children spent Sunday with her Ht THINKS HE '.- YOU IN tit'a

y ,; a father, Willie McKinney of Starke MADE A HIT r CrrictQ

t: who has been very ill. WITH M'Y ., lF533 S.e .
A Mr. Laurie and Muriel McKinneyof SWEETIE

Starke were In our section Sun-

day afternoon. 0 tt#
d I Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kite and
N'' friends were visiting the State
l i Farm Sunday afternoon.

1 Mr. Clarence and Cornelius .

s i Moore' attended church Sunday
night at Saxton.

Mr. B. Prevatt of Hampton was
} lam
k, visiting Mr. and Mra. J. C. Jones
,I Sunday afternoon.

., Mr. Jerry Brantley of Hartaburg. _
section was visiting Mr. Buck

; Starling Sunday,
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--' washing. I gie McMillan, Marie Tl on. Mrs. ;. J
I When a flock of amateurs didn't Perkins, teacher.

try to monopolize this page. First" grade A B: Keeffe Pitts. Ninth A: Elaine Wynn Lillian

:jr1 S. JOURNALI Miss Madge Middleton, teacher Sternberg A. W. Anderson. t
JOKES Low first C & D: Betty Ruth Ninth B: Dorothy White, Ivan "

Anders. Elise Green, Donald Bag. Sponholtz. + S

Kevtiml' Definition well Doris Prevatt, Doris Goodge, Tenth A: Audrey Carlisle, Rob- '

1 Stenographer. : A person who Nlta Johnson, Ray Johnson, Adrian ert Chapman, Leecy Fogg, Myra. it

Edltor-ln-Chlef I ASSEMBLY PROGRAM GRAHAM! McNAMEE KAMPUS KLIPPINGS writes what she thinks the boss Klnchen, Thelma Prevatt, Chester Frink Jimmy More: Martha Powell I
should have said. McKinney Miss Hazel Underhill, Dorothy '
HOPE HAfNES -- ANNOUNCES TilE B. II. Sapp. Ruby Shaw
Editor Tho assembly program last week 8.-LANDON DEBATE (Lester Austin, Editor) Fishing: A sport devised to Improve teacher. Louise Snyder, Anita Walnwright. i ,
Managing[ was presented by Mr Morrow's the Imagination.Music First A, C, & E: Olin White. Jr., Tenth B: Elaine! Andrews, Jessie '
KEDGE RODL"SOl .oora. Lost and Found : The least objectionableof Gerald Bouvler, Harold Prevatt, May Brannen, KerfTee Harrell, I

Exchange Editor I Conga, "Love's Old Sweet Song", (By Lester Schnell) ,, Lost: Fifty minutes, somewhere nolsea. J. A. Martinez, Marjorie Davis, Alberta Blake Jackson, Grace Hazen, Alice ,4

ABBIE HARLEY : "Onward Christian Soldiers" and "Well, folks, here we are In the on or around school ground. Finder Parking space: The spot where Woodward, Mary Esther Mast, Herbert Packham.

Editor "CM! Fol s at Home"-School. Landon High auditorium, a beautiful please return to John Andrews. the other fellow left his car. Crews, Lola Tyler, Betty Jo Sewell. Eleventh A: Mildred Dlnkln : .
I Literary if I ever saw The Found: A pack of cigarette in ;
Piano solo, "Flower Song"Elaine room one. Olive E. Ray, teacher. Martha Brownlee, Elena Prather. t .,
I LUCILLE EDWARDS Wynn. night is clear, although rather boiler room. Step right up, Hoi- First grade D: Lorain Stafford, Marjorie Stump, Dorothy Swan N
Logical Replies
Sports Editor chilly. A stiff northeast breeze is comb; don't be timid. Garnlta Hutto Thelma Grace New bom, Kitty Hogsed, Louise Jackson -
Skit "Yes John"-Marie: Stafford An alien applying for his citizen
Lost: A few Inches (in height. Reward '
JOHN INMANSociety and N. E. Griffin. cutting in from a window over e.sked papers was asked these questions, ton, Paul Andrews, Warren Winkle Lois Long, Lois Adkins. !
there. The crowd is gathering and on questions Joe Miss Willie Mae Hinson teacher
Editor Solo "When the Moon Comes Shuford. and answered thus: r. Eleventh B: Bunnle Canova.
fast. My! this will be a record attendance .
JOYCE MAST Over the Mountaln"-Mlldred Me- Lost: Another chance to be Q. Where born? Gratton Cooper, Marguerite Pre
in this building. Over on A. Poland Second grade: Joe Andrews, vatt, Alta Rhame, Fred Shaw, Eld- ; f
Reporters Rae.Reading the front of I tardy. For reward see Frow '
Class row seats see the
Dunn "Abraham Lincoln"Dorothy Strickland Q. What part? Jimmie Griffls, Richard Jackson, redge Robinson. 4'
Bath Grade, Jennie White. Landon principal. Mr. Gray, the A. All of me. Sara Barefoot Gloria Buford, Ida Twelfth grade: Luclle Edwards.Ina .
Bunnie Canova Lost: Fourteen karat gold ring,
th Grade Skit, "She Couldn't Stay' a Minute" Bradford High principal, is com- size three. Lula. Q. Why did you leave Poland? Lulu Davis, Mary Dixon, DorothyLee Forsyth, Abbie Harley, Hope .
Marjorie Stump -Hazel. Lennon and Julia Tia- ing down the aisle on the other Found: Fourteen karat A. I couldn't bring It with me. ,Johns Patsy Keen, Carrie Haynes. Thornton Johns, Genevieve -
gold ring
Snyder ,
Louise accompanied
side of the He is
Grade, building.
|)th on. size three. Keeffee. Q. Where were your forefathersborn Mae Stafford, Barbara Snow, Cla Kenly Joyce Mast, Harmon
|th Grade, Hazel Lennon Piano solos-Marjorle Stump. by that brilliant alternate, ? rice Thomas, Lois Johnston. Mrs. Morgan, Mildred Morgan Clyde Ii i
Found: A perpetual seat on the r
Sumter He downto
Joke Editors The Seniors enjoyed one of their Harley. walks piano bench. Owner see Marjorie A. I only got one father. H. C. Rltch, teacher. Morgan, Ruth Rowe Elisabeth '
MORGANUSSION the front of the stage. Nowhe' 6
CLYDE "privileges" by being allowed to Stump. Q. Where Is Washington? Third grade: Billy Boulware, Edward William, Mack Davis. ,

March out of the auditorium first.COMMERCIAL shaking hands with the chairman Found: A sentence in his English A. He's dead.Q. Broch, J. B. Denmark, Donald i

OF SYMPATHY ----S others., the principal, and several composition that wouldn't bring a I mean the capital of the DuBois, Enos Hayes, Harry SENIOR CHARACTER SKETCH j..+ ,
TOPICSIf United States.A. Kellum, Jacqueline Andrews, Dor-
laugh. Lester Schnell. -
student- "The Bradford team is first to They loaned it all to Europe othy Green, Rivers Hundley, Ferol Lori Kelly + .
_, members of the enter the The crowd Is Lost: A fat chance to be studying -
IwUh to express their heart- the depression or other disorganizing stage. giving all this time. Finder notify I: Now, do you promise to sup Jones, Doris Kruse, Shirley Morgan Born: New River, Fla.'i
them hand. Just
a big a
to Vonda and John elements do not pre moment Yours Truly. port the constitution? ,' Thelma Ricks, Geraldine SIN Likes: Lucille Edwards.
vmpathy folks, until that I
and members of their f aml ,vent, the contest in commercial applausedies A: Me? How can I. I've got a cox, Selma Thornton. Dislikes: Bragging :
bereavement. subjects will be held In Jacksonville down. They are followed upon wife and dog to support. Three B: Carrie Belle Bennett. Bmtrloe John
l their recent the stage by a host of cameramenand Our Simile CornerAs )
Four B Sara Bullock L'Etta
during the month of April. -i : Born: Green Cove Springs, Fla. +P.
The following students will rep reporters. Ah! here comes the superfluous as Metheusalah HIGH FOURTH GRADE REPORT Corpening, Edward Barnes Likes: Industrial Geography. C"Its'''
following letter was recelv- resent our school in the contest: Landon team, and listen to the applause singing "Darling, I Am Growing Fourth A: Harold Bishop Alex Dislikes: Boys TlIannon '

arch 1 by Professor Gray, In Bookeeptng-Harmon Morgan for a moment. The members Older." Andrew Griffis was sick half of Blake, Billy Griffla, Eloulse Hayes, Morgan : i' + '

ed I most Important: Idell Clemons, Marjorie of both teams are wearing a As impossible as assembly fall the week. Gladys Johnson, Carolyn Keen, Born: Hampton, Fla.
broad smile, seeming nervous to ing on English III period Frances Overstreet Sadie Prince,
Irlnclpala of all Schools Reg- Stump. Sadie Prince and Alex Blake Likes: All his teachers and likes ,
no great extent, and apparently '
As distant as forty words Katherine Stafford Elizabeth
In Shorthand-Abbie Harley, per spent Saturday/ and Sunday in to study
Extension Di-
General aT
red for both In the of condition f
lon Contests: Genevieve Kenly. I are peak minute in typing (Twenty-five for Jacksonville.Earl Wells. Mrs. Herbert Hart, teacher. Dislikes: Very few things.

I In typewriting-Marjorie Stump, tonight""WeU that matter.) George was absent Monday. Fifth grade: Billy Jackson, Emmett Ivan Ha&(M' I v

L Mends: In the admlnise Lois Long, Bunnie Canova.Typewriting I it looks as though thingsare As stralght-from-the-shoulder as Harold Bishop spent Sunday in Perryman. W. S. Rivers, Born: Brooker, Fla. 1
to changes about ready to start Now the as Mrs. Hudson's instructions. Tallahassee.We Ralph Rhodes, Billy Silcox, Juan Likes: Business "math", and all
| policy governing: News chairman calls the teams. to the I As fidgety as the physical education are glad that Luther Len Ita Barefoot, Jean Davis, Jenelle girls? Also likes being president 'sof
State Board of
under the I center of the ring-or to the stage, class in the study hall between Hutchings, Margaret Lowry, Mary
to At the end of the sixth monthof non Is able to be back to school senior cinsi.
,,1, we find (It necessary re- I should He tosses the coin
say. the bell and Coach's "All
Willa Vida
I of the typewriting the following have after being sick. Rivers KIllingsworth. Dislikes: To have class meetings. J r+ <
immediately some per.li for the choice of seats Ahl! Bradford -
Extension made 25 or more words per minute right; you're excused!I" We have enjoyed working jig Miss Eunice Perkins, teacher. Nickname "Babe.. 1 6 + t
1 of the General : I I wins the toss and chooses the As natural as Hoover singing saw puzzles this week. Fifth grade A: Lily Mae Clark, Luella Edward ,
loo staff' As a result we findpossible I side of the Just a "
right stage. "Happy Days Are Here Again. Lumanda Dyal Eva Parrish, e
the Dollie Dinkins, Abble Harley, Juanlta Priest has a birthday Born: Jacksonville, Fla. ; "
[ to procee4 with I moment, now, please-no, I was As feminine as the first typing Frankle Hitch, Iva Sapp. B Class: 1"
Margaret Williams, George Ar- March 10. She will be 11 years old. Likes: Chemistry and good 5' r
Fistic, and Forensic Contests, : Landon wins the toss and '
wood, Vera Gainey, Lester Schnell, wrong. class. Grace. Green, Irene Goodge, Mar grades 1
(they are hereby cancelled. Lois Long, Marjorie Stump, :Marguerite takes the right side." As familiar as "That Silver- LOW MUST 0 & D garet Pearce and Alice Peterson. Doesn't have any dislikes. i
e notify everyone In your Prevail, Beatrice Johns | "Now they're being given final Headed Daddy 0' Mine" will be to Edna Strickland, teacher. Clyde !Morgan j f'' 'k
l system concerned with these Kathryn Haynes, Bunnle Canova, instructions and are seated for a Elliot Roosevelt In 1937. The little folks are working Sixth grade: Mary Harriet Bishop Born: Jasper, Fla. ;
fcU. moment. Folks, I'm sure this will hard a which I Lora Frazee, Jeanne Bouvler, i
on Likes
Jessie Mae Dennison, Malcolm spring program : Sports, mostly dancing t, w t }
regret that we cannot pro- Lewis, Holcolmb Overstreet, Genevieve -'be a debate you'll never forget Old Timer Remembers, they hope to give at the high school Gloria Johns, Lorraine Hartmann, Dislikes: To be humored. a' !
with you to a successful cul- Kenly, Carlie Faulkner and { here tonight. Now the chairman When a slapping on the back assembly soon. Doshla Smith. Miss Rosalind Jacobs Senior flapper.' 'I I 7y
lion ft the contests. Pleaset Louise Jackson. rises and calls for the first speak- meant you had a friend. I The pupils had a lesson in music teacher Joyce Moat 7,

iuy sincere appreciation for The following have a net rate I er on the affirmative--no--yes, the When girls wore hosiery to keep appreciation last Thursday, the Seventh grade: Patsy Edmond- Born: Gallon, Ohio.
Jyou have done.SOPHOMORE. canglng trim 30 to 44 net words i affirmative, Annie Laura Tucker. their underpinning comfortable. I music being played by Carlos Summers son, L. O. Jones, Jr., Billy Long, Likes: Current Events.

per minute: Dollie Dinklns, Abbie [ She saunters out to the front of When Betty Jane locked the i and Julian Deckle of Lake Roswell Noegel, Billy Powell Carol Dislikes: NoneNickname S

NEWS Harley, Margaret Williams, Bun I the stage and leads with a left to door, nervously and awkwardly applied Butler White. : "Jo.""

nle Canova, Lester Schnell, Lois $I the body-excuse me, please, I lipstick and then took a I i Eighth grade: Al Kay Carlisle, .

Favorite Pastimes Long, Marguerite Prevatt, Mar. mean one point. She follows with thrashing from her conscience. Indo-Chinese foreign trade slight-j Virginia Alvarez Mildred Brown, Additional School News on

[rey Carlisle, singing "Goof- jorle Stump and Louise Jackson. I another! Another! And another! When water was used for both ly Improved. Irene Davis, Eula Mae Dyal, Mar page three. '
Nothing doing for a moment. She'sj
--.S j sparring-sparring carefully in the
pter Harley, arguing with -
WE'RE DYING TO KNOW- I center of the ring-pardon me I

Iffee Harrell, trying to act |i mean she's groping for a few ----1
(Anonymous) I words. Now she starts a hay.

I Edwards, classifying bugs. If :Mr. Gray's wife daubs that \ maker-I mean another series of

ert Chapman, trying to get ,powder in his eyelashes T words, which nets another point. K'fWe
anent "straight" I Why Coach hates himself so? Oo-o-o-o, she lands another goodone

kin Torode, raising houndmy What got hold of Eldredge'a Her opponent over there is
tongue -a green Japanese persim 'looking very, very groggy. 'Bong! Confidence

Moore, talking. mon or a sailor I there's the bell! She walks over I

frothy Sapp, singing solos.Ise Why the Seniors won't pay their to her corner looking as fresh asa .
Snyder, trying to talk to debts TWhy I daisy. '
leeirtha. Miss Florence never tires of "First speaker on the negative

Powell, going to Law- English Literature? I the chairman Is shouting. _
Why Genevieve can't smile? I "A rather enraged looking lass

taJcllne Johns, setting hair. Why Frow is never tardy? lis walking out. She's staring a I
line Andrews swinging Why Mrs. Perkins can't reduce? hole through the audience. She's "r V VWI

Why Miss Florence never wears coming a bit too far to the edge, I I'i'
beth the same dress twice? I and-Oh, my! She walked right ,
getting have Faith in Our Government
f-waves. I If there is anyone In school that's off the stage! Someone has tossed ,. ", Supreme

Lucille Torode I got a match for Carol's dimples : her back up again. Myl! my! What '
laughing. and its Institutions.
language! She starts around left 'ii
FAMOUS! LAST WORDS end, no, it's a pass! She's goingto '
>ert Chapman says everytlme I sit down-no, I'm wrong. Well, 1f

es to Gainesville the storesWe (By Lester Schnell) anyway, she's still talking, and ""i. We believe in President Roosevelt and his ca. ;. '
wonder why. "Interscholastic athletics do furnish there's the bell! Someone bas just

I*Lucille Dorothy Sapp and Miss wholesome exercise," says Annie handed me a ginger ale, and how : s i:..; pacity as a leader. ,
Torode spent Sunday Laura "but couldn't this be dry I aml"Second f

|inesville. carried out in an intra-mural program speaker on the affirmative tt- ,.'

ly> ,Sophomore class met Wed- T""Out !" We have entire Confidence in our fiscal and
March 8.. The
meeting of a recent survey in Kansas "Genevieve Kenly steps up to t

ailed After to order by the presl- forty-two schools reportedmild the plate, or the stage, rather. It's Banking system and the Bank of Starke. y' '
'' the business was dls- Interference, twenty-eight a fast curve, high and on the out I
the meeting was adjourn11 marked Interference, and only side. She missed that one, but .

eight no interference at all out ofa retaliates with a half dozen points. .
total of seventy-eight high She's still talking, folks, but I Our present troubles will soon be cleared up

B CLASS NEWS schools... can't hear a word way back herein
"Listen, students," says Mrs. the balcony. She's sitting down and we will go from here to bigger, sounder a. ,

are glad to welcome Dor- Long, "let's utilize our time." now and the folks are surely lend '
Turner, a former resident ofe "Now follow me" says Mrs. ing her a hand, so she must have t -. and better business. ,

M a. member of the Junior Hudson, "this Is the point I want said something that tickled 'their e

I you to get" palates."
Nay morning the eleventh B "What do we have in English "Just a minute, please, for an : .
I was transformed into a scene'' for tomorrow" mumbled John announcement, folks... ,'\ .-

Inland by the beautiful wild Andrews. "Has anyone tried the new L' ,' .< ;\--,;: ,.

ted and dogwood which were' "A.l.l-r-lghU'! says Mr. Larson" Goody Goody Pretzels yet? If not 0 .: ;, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 i

by Carlle Faulkner. We "I believe you know that chapter. get a box today! I thank you."" ." '", ". r
appy to present two vases of "Remember, students, if you "Ah! What have we here Oh, ;:.' : .'
beautiful flowers to Mr. wish any credit on this work," It's that Landon dude and he's just \

I I who seemed to appreciate says Mlsa Florence, "you'll have finished his speech. My! What a .

IB very Home much. to report at noon." relief!" 1k, *,
Room Activities "We have a perfect attendance "Now for the rebutaL That Lan If
i Home room students of 11 B ; Mrs. Carpenter "now out to :
today, says don guy is coming say it1'V
a look forward to home-room for a perfect lesson... something-no, I'm wrong-yes, J. &: R. STORE SAUL'S GROCERY STORE CANOVA I PHARMACY>> '

|ties every morning since they : "Keep In mind now," says Miss be's going to say something. I
J begun to sing songs after I Florence "your work for tomor "Looky here," he's saying. "You N. STERNBERG SMITH'S SERVICE STA. &: CAROLA CAFECORPENING'S I 's +

ht reading. The songs have I row." say athletics are detrimental, eh? BRADFORD COUNTY BIG GARAGE +
| about a unity of spirit and Well you'll have to show me. rm DRUGSTORE l I

"Dg t. tie a.mong'the fellow- JUNIORS from :Missouri." BRADFORD HARDWARE STOREMARGUERITE'S ',
The students thank Mr -- Genevieve,
"Oh, yeah says STARKE HARDWARE &
I'or his suggestion: of having (By Lester Schnell) "Well what of It?" I COMPANYFURNITURE SIIOPPE '
III the home-room. "J" is for jokes of which we'rea "And, it looks as if the debateis CO.

lot. over! Just a minute, folks, for I DENMARK FURNI- J. W. MORGAN MAGNOLIA HOTEL }
L\TlN I NEWS "U" la for useless, as far as I the Judges' decision. Ah! Landon : J. II. i W
know. wins the debate!-No-yes, Lan : TURE CO. J. b(. ALVAREZ i j
members of Latin I had a "N" is for nerve that we all have don wins it! What's that going on ?

Iwntests of Latin-English vocabu- got. up on the stage? Oh! They're HOOVER BROTHERS 011 BOY, LUNCH FRED I'. STUMPBRADFORD I I ,.

last week. Since "I" is for our Ideas that come yelling 'Foul'I They've reversed the A. M. DARBY s'
Harrell W. ANDREWS JR. i rd
won in the contest and go. decision! No, It stays the same. COUNTY t ,
.way, he was given the prlv- "0'. is for zeros, with which we Landon wins the debate. TORODE CHEVROLET CO. '

I01 carrying on the contest combat. -"I don't know what it was that STARKE BAKERY QUALITY STORE TELEGAPH
PMay and Thursday. Audrey "R" la for racket for this we convinced the judges that Landon '

I* won in the contest Wed- don't lack-and won, but they were convinced, and A. O. ANDREU W. II. ANDREWS STARKE DRY CLEANERS 1 ;

IJ- Alta Rhame won Thurs- "S" means success, for we're that's what they pay off by."

headed for that. "Well ladies and gentlemen cf ,
h"tt Grade In Latin I the radio audience the big debate
j jS jc
Is sounded a
Rhame note of hopefulness '
was the first etuhis A Is over so I must sign off.
year to receive a perfect by leaders of the oil industry. "Well good-night everybody!" >!'
On' a Latin I teat. This grade Advances In prices, especially in -
e on the past month's the mid-continent field, are expected .
Canadian business quiet.
ia the immediate future.

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CARD OF THANKS 01'lrrn Starling:. '--,*
Not votive of ,'|...II'.nUon for Spare to lilstrlcf' No. I n I
Saxophone Jazz Nrll Minor'* l.niul. In tnnnty: ands";..'. Smith, John M i K I''i I.. ,,i, "to L
Court Hraiiraril i'unntr, Florliln.Notice Johnson. .
We wish to thank all those who is h..roby given to all whomIt ,
JcjctyJJ Says Orchestra Leader gave so generously of their time may concern that I, L>onnl. Mor- C. MANNIxI> ,.. '' II' '1"Is ,
Iran, all Ounidlan of Carl I Crown, 1,1'
and the Illness of
sympathy during Fonnle Crews. Orval Mae Clemmona '
i' our husband and father, G. M. In- and JJvallne Mac flemnKitin, minor. BOREE & GIDI3FUNEItAL
will on the 18th dRY of April, A. ]Jlim i
We wish also to
man. express : apply to the Honorable 13. K.1'errvmnn '
appreciation to individuals and or- County Judge In and for Casket. DI..plllll'. .untcTOII
'' is AUXILIARY TO MEET Alderman Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs, ganizations for the offerings of Bradford County Florida. at MH. office At 11..tt.n.. \1 In x.r _lit
L. D. Vining. Miss Madge Middle- .- In JStarke, at Two o'clock p. m., LICENSER: ereYnay,
flowers. or aft soon theraftel an the matter list I"L'JE
The American Legion Auxiliarywill ton, Mills Hazel Middleton, llisf (Signed) Mrs. G. M. Inman, can ,Im, heard for authority to Bell ".lmhobl0re Sect ,."
f" t4 hold its regular meeting: Tues- Flo Jackson and Miss Sara at public or private Kale, the entire Always 1L..01,,. I'I.ono. "
and family. interest. and rotate of said. minors' In 88 to PI Go03Ii
day afternoon, March 21, at 3:30: Bridges. V RQd to the following described landsIn Ave.. Js,..... ;
!+ o'clock at the Legion home. + > 'I Bradford County, Florida. to-wit:
1 1 7I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTI The Mouth, half of the Northeast -
\PTIST W. M. V. / R : Section Twelve (12),
j J. :rlporSe. ;
\\. M. U. LIST CORRECTED ((7) South, Range THE PUBLIC
411I CIRCLES! MEET I wI Nineteen (19) Fast. Also Lets One IS 1lTl
A hereby announce myself a can- ((1)), Two (2), Three. (3), four (4) i
i The list of members of Circle No. didate for Representative in the and Nix (6) of Block Eight (8) In TO INSPECT TIlE
+ Wnrd > PLA
Circle No. 2, Baptist W. M. U.,. City,
Il 2, Baptist W. M. U., as published In M. State Legislature from Bradford Which aiipllcatlon will be based on
met at the home of Mrs A.
last week's was Incomplete County, subject to will of the vot- the petition now on file In the Bald
i. paper afternoon at 3:00 court {
Darby Monday I of theSTARKE
according to Mrs. L. O. Powell, ers In the special election called by Dated March 16th, 1011
_ 1. leader Below Is the corrected o'clock. the Governor to fill the vacancy LONNIE MOROAN
leader read I' I
Mrs. L. O. Powell 3-17-51-4-H Guardian
by the death of
list\ :: my husband the I .
of John 14 for devotional.
vs ,; Mesdames F. F. Flume, A. F. c late G. M. Inman.
After the business session the circle .y !\oricn of API'lIfTIO'on: DRICLEANERS
J ; t f Grlffls, A. O. Andreu, Chan. Over- If elected, I promise to the people TAX DKII
started the for the
street, W. H. Perkins, I* O. Powell sewing year. vfrW of my county the most careful Notice l Is hereby given that Mrs'
cop I Those present were: Miss Etta t r.r SteUa. Johns, holder of tax certificate
w'' ,1 F. O Hemingway, a. W. Alderman Tison, Mesdames L. W. Klckliter. k painstaking, and conscientious No. 828, the 6th day of August,
S 1" 1. W. Klckliter, Lizzie Johns, service along the same lines as A O 1928 ban flied said certificate
E. M. Thomas, C. W. Larson, Geo In my office and made application
P L. A. Reynolds, Louie Kahr G. B. Flynn, F. F Flume, E. L. Biggs outlined by my husband.I for tax deed to issue. thereon In accordance -
I Flynn, Fay GUI, E. D. Card, E. M. shall support every good meas- with law. Said certificate
W. H Perkins Chas Overstreet,
embraces the .
following describedproperty
E. W. ure that will effect in the
John Bowers
L. G. Powell. economy situated In Brad'ord Coun You should know the
I Hayes, Miss Etta Tison, Mrs. Nat I operation of the State and local ty ,Florida, to-wlf ca
I ; Mrs. Darby assisted by her Governments.None blocks 7 and 8 In Hampton, being that is taken in
Williams, Mrs. R. A. Ellington, clean
daughter, Mrs. Phil Maguire and In Son 30, Twp T a. II. 22 Fast.
I a.l i Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. Julia Williams />( my friends, and I have The nHMCHnnient. of .said. property and
daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. M. Dar- spotting
Mrs. Conway, Miss Amy II many, doubt my ability /and if under the said. certificate. Issued your clothes.
by, served delightful refreshments.. 'y was In the name of Unknown.
Moore; Mrs. C. W. Larson, Mrs. Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. ; elected, I pledge that ability to the Unless. said certificate shall. be redemed -
f I O. J, Griffin, Mrs. A. M. Darby, I service of my people.I according: to law tax deed Clean Clothes Wear Long
M. U. met at the home of Mrs. 7 I will Issue thereon on the 17th day
honorary. __ __ I H. L. Brownlee Monday afternoon. TOMMY ClfI3TIA. Tse will appreciate your consideration of April. A. r>. 1933. The citizens of Star(
vote, /and support. Dnted this 18th day of March, A
( I In the absence of the leader, Mrs. D. 1933.!
MRS., E. M. JOHNSKNTKKTA1NS Respectfully, A. J should be proud of
i G. P. Raymond, Mrs. J. H. Lord a plai
4 CLUB s MRS. VONDA E. INMAN (Seal Cleric of Circuit Court
had charge of the meeting, reading Bradford County Florida. like: this.Have .
for the devotional part of the -- 3.17-6t.4-14.

J" Mrs. E. M. Johns was hostess to fifteenth chapter of St. John, followed IF YOU GET UP NIGHTS '\O'rsCJ1 OF- nrriov' I

t if 1. members of her bridge club Saturday I by prayer by Mrs. Feeler. Physic the Bladder With By the. power vested In them by win
the laws of the State of your !
Florida 1 tho
r evening at her home on Wal- Routine business was taken up Juniper Jtonrd of Public Instruction of Krnil- :
:; '' nut street. j with reports from secretary and : Drive out the Impurities and ex- ford County calls I an election to bel i clothes and
I cess acids that irritation held "A the following place on' : drap*
1/ cause
; ,
The large living room, where treasurer, which were accepted. April) 12, 1933, fur the purpose o( i
the guests spent a pleasant evening I Reports by other committees and; burning and frequent desire. Juniper electing throe trustees. each, and de-. cleaned before
oil is pleasant to take in the torinlnlnfr the nilllatrn to be accessed pu
} playing contract bridge, was effectively personal service reports were re- In each district for the enduing. : two
u'" 1 decorated with sprays of ceived. Plans were made for future ,. form of BUKETS, the bladder yeRn. ting them
i t purple verbena. work, and a social hour was physic, ilso containing buchu election For the the purpose of holding said awayMOTHS -

y't; Five ..egressions of the game enjoyed, after which the hostess leaves, Works on the bladder low: managers are us fol-
were played and scores added. Mr. served refreshments. similar to castor oil on the bowels. District No.2, Hampton: t. J. DON'T'

qtl and Mrs. J. C. Robinson received Those present were: Mrs. F. A. $ E Tr-== gfPTb:5 Get a 25o: box from any drug store. Harrison.Wynn M, U Wattenton and O I..

the prizes for holding high scores Feeler, Mrs. W. L Wall, Mrs. J. E. After four days If not relieved of District No. 10, Vanderbilt: Levy LIKE CLEAN
during the evening. Wilson, Mrs. David Sllcox, Mrs. W Jil be Hut just thlnkinjtf t you?.,. and wer:rylrtf too _- From now en. "getting up nights" go back and Norman WhltehcadDlHtrlct, ,Kli'by Crews and Ham:

The hostess served a tempting M. Johnson, Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand get your money. If you are both- '' No. 12, New River Ethan CLOTHES

l4 r salad course to the guests, who Mrs. J. H. Lord.' Real Southern MusiciansUse two and one-half, but can be sweet ered with backache or leg pains Supp, ,C. C. Wynn and a. W. Andrews -

were: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall Mr. and melodious. caused from bladder disorders you District No. Iii, Metlbronni I N. D.I

?r4, and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mr. and Clarinets "People down South don't even are bound to feel better after this Green W. C. ClemonB and ,

''p( ra :Mrs W. M. Wainwright, Mr. and InsteadNew like the sound of a saxophone except cleansing and you get your regular .

; ''j Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. LAWTEY' in serious music. They can sleep. Mitchell's Drug Store says
4 C. A. Knight and Judge and Mrs. L listen all night to blues, played I Bukets is a best seller.
O. J. Phillips, Cor. York City.-SaxopTiorfes} with a clarinet, fiddle,, bass fiddle,
Z. Adkins.
I IA. and Jazz have been coupled for 1 cornet and guitar and never feel ->------- --,- ,-.-y

i For the past few days we have many years In public prints, spoken blue but give them saxophone music STRAWBERRY PICKERS'TICKETS
k enjoyed some real spring weather comment, law courts and pul- on a dance floor and they start Say it with Flowers

pits. So says Tommy Christian, feeling sorry for themselves. ,
here and unless something unfor- ------
The Ladles of the
Auxiliary famous orchestra leader. "In fact "There's just something abouta
seen strawberries will
d Presbyterian church met Tuesday, happens it was a business executive who saxophone that does that. It it Flowers For All
h ti CP :March 14, at the home of Mrs. W. start moving in large quantities by i wanted to get volume out of u sweet and sad because it doesn't

t I ,>.,, Stern April 1. Many buyers are here small orchestra combination who laugh lllco a clarinet. Doesn't! OccasionsGERTRUDE

t The new officers elected for the getting lined up for the season. first suggested using the saxophone make you.wont to get up and yell.

coming year, were as follows: Mrs. Shipments continue light, few express ," Fays Mr. Christian. It moans too low.

a y r IB. M. Davis president; Mrs. W cars being loaded the past "The "Somi p'eces nerd a saxophone
original! Jazz:: tan Is were GODBEYANDERSON
week. Several to tell their
trucks are operat- story though. 'I'll Ce
A. Stern vice Mrs. T.
president; made
) of
; up cornets and clminetn.
p ing from here which makes! it almost Rhte .Tit.fc Thinking! You, From
T>J. Kendrick, secretary and Mrs. The clarinets give many more ef Now On' }I" j
one of those Its danc-
impossible to accurate Per Thousand25c
3' get an $2.00
JI.The H. Young, treasurer. check on the season's shipments. great fects for than hot saxophones tunes and and are Inq qualities make it real saxo- Phone SO Waldo, FlaIt's
missionary program was in cover thrc- nl'rq musfc. It has
+ Prices have averaged for the past and one-half} to four sex anpoal
charge of Mrs. George Kenly, the octave'' 'II only put over musically ._-------..,
topic for discussion being Japan. week about four dollars per crate, while a saxophone only reach: -,peal"I

At the close of the business session, mostly in cash on account of the

a social hour was enjoyed at which' banking holiday. Many all first hand drama, right from I A noticeable strengthening of "ems
I time the hostess, assisted by Jean have sacrificed for cash rather I the pages of life. You'll never for- I the public morale-shown, for ex- umaictr 4 Each Additional Change!
than take checks until get the man who loved a girl with In
1 n is Davis and Louise Stern served I Tuesday ample, Improved security prices I
ty light refreshments to those pres when there were many checks accepted all his honest Irish soul, and accompanied the Inauguration of

pr in payment for berries. through her faithlessness found President Roosevelt.

}' ent.Next Tuesday evening the study Many of the growers here are laughter In hell, and another kind (

class of the Ladles engaged this week in planting corn of hell in the prison camps.
Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church will meet at and beans and getting ready for Coming next Wednesday and I How\ :Doctors TreatColds At theTELEGAPH
other springs On accountof Thursday is JoetE. Brown's "You
& the home of Mrs. H H. Young with crops.
Mrs T. N. Kendrick leader. The the railroad rates not being re- Said a Mouthfu!." The big mouthed ,cnd Coughs Our Job to Know
: duced there will be only a small comedian as a marathon swim fp t .
1 rriJ I be study C of the .+&<:\\Sl1n American will acreage of corn grown for ship- ming champ who didn't think he To tirrib. tip a cold overulght andelln' How to llelp You
4Ied. the, that
eOaZr8Uaa: makes you
ping this season. There seems to could swim until they turned him jujb, ouM'dj! ', of physicians are "A. a .Y..._ _. ... 1.J ,._an..rM
be an attitude here among thegrowers I loose In the middle of he Pacific, ; w -.J .1. ... ...." m ,rowe
{ 41118. AND MRS. SEA lUNG >\7 recoimBPadj'ug\ ; Caiotahs, the ..-... ..... OFFICE
t ,t OBSERVE SOTII ANNIVERSARYMr to plant only articles that j'( and then he knew he couldn't. In 3U8eal the can use at home Instead of'\ supporting roles are Ginger Rogers .... "?
tat give ;cot tbo uCToCiJ: of calomel and f f-wwi..,1 mvfhod.. IIMM 1 1.1.
> shipping away. 'and Farina, the darky of Our Gang !it ti without the unpleasant effect .-. _.......d.li_
,i and Mrs. Charles O. Searing Comedies. Among the big hits that i'ilUer.: h, I I..r.a, tn Y... ,_, ........h"""
d \i celebrated their 50h 4 for vrwlntt rnuw+ku
r anniversary )
\ Ore two CaJotnti! at bedtime with _., = ::
are coming to the Rlzt soon are: or I. | iM Merit ItnKGp'js .
;:/. Tuesday at their home in Sturke. J. C. Gatawood was visiting They.Just Had to Get Married, gliu: at nvttvt Milk or water. Next ..,......rwr..... rJ,._.

::t Mr and Mrs. Searing have been friends In Ocala over the weekend.R. Tonight Is Ours, No Man of Her 10"alng y our cold halt vanished, ;your ,...,."*..._.-" Phone 29
residents of Starke and vicinity for s..cro is thoroughly and
R. The<.te was a business visItor Own, 20,000 Years In Sing Sing, < :you
the five and ,in that '0 feel as line with a hearty appetite
'f. past years
; to Jacksonville Tuesday. HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
She Done Him Wrong, Forty Sec-
r br nkrn8t. Eat hr.t _
.,f have made friends and v> ;you wish
many I 1... H. 11111 has accepted a position ond Street. Also the very best In 10> d81'Jer.

\ r acquaintances who sent them with the Federal Land Bank, short subjects are being shown. Cilotnb:: see sold In lOc and 35cmckases

"$ j;:'L( .many messages of congratulations investigating tax matters over The management welcomes your at drag stores (Adv) STAKKE. FLORIDA
4' I \ eight children and nine grandchil several Florida counties.
j I suggestions,and comment.
ot f dren. Jimmie Bryan, representing the .

T' ', : The children are: Mrs. Alfred Florida Power & Light Co, of Pa- O\'i:

\l+ :Meeker, Mrs. Warren Johnson, latlta was a business ,visitor here WORIEl) '

_"L '" ', >Ira. Walter Larson and Mrs. An- j WeJresday. 0 Boy Scout News N ERVES : Two Pairs Full.fashoined

drew Muller of New Jersel; Mrs. O. W. Roberts was a business F R E E

;Voorhees P. Searing of Nebraska; visitor to Jacksonville 'Tuesday -
pe e, :>Ir. Glen G. and Earl B. Searing I R. J. Davis of Macclenny., was a The last meeting of the local BLUE MILL HOSIERY

of Starke and Charles Scaring Jr., business visitor here Monday. Scout troop wAs a huge success.

_ of South Carolina. i Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Roberta and Four boys were Initiated into the

Many friends visited the Searing I children were visiting relatives at inner-circle and we 'also welcome '11' ,

borne throughout the day, Tuesday, DeLand Sunday.Joe Scout Hudson Turner of Fort My- Rock Cut ''

bringing gifts or flowers and other Parrish of the firm of Par- era who was transferred from 4 rt F ,

1 F \. useful and beautiful tokens. of the rish Bros., New York commission' Troop 9 of that city. reeo

;, eateen in which this couple is held. merchants, Is here in the Interest I Various committees were elected CRYSTALS

T ) ; Plans had been made for a part', of his firm. and Scout Al Kay Carlisle was

but because of the condition of MesdamesV.. F. Moore, V. R. made librarian and bugler.

p 31rs. Searing, who has been Ill, Reddish were visiting Mrs. James Hurry up boys with your second ., Strung on Silver Chain-Guar

:festivities were limited to open i Godwin at the State Farm Tues- class work as two b.-s are ready

house day afternoon. ') antees Against Breaking \i\'i:
now.The \
--S-- troop wishes! to thank Mrs. 6 4 :
Montieth Mrs. Biggs, Mrs. Adktna To introduce lIen riot Zuane theworld.s
Mrs. Griffis and Mra. Green for
l :i_ ,. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter was hostess the delightful sandwiches and IIP TO your can rn work- + V + mMtl:

"+ J at a delightful bridge party Thrills await movie patrons Friday chocolate mUk furnished at the every nerve at ri'ir* Unslon. i', loveliest face powder

itM p at her home on Cherry street Saturday and Saturday. Critics agree meeting.The No wonder yon sr pat. the wif* t,N y

afternoon, honoring her that you have to go some to beat next hike will start Saturday and Watch bark at the out children.I Overworked 2 Hours Only 2 Present this certificate and 99c and receive one Box of

ii house guests Miss Sarah Bridges of "State Trooper", featuring Evalyn March 18th from Scoutmaster nerves may lead to Sleeplessness 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. Face Powder, one Exquisite Perfume, ROCK CUT CRYS
Redcllck. and M133 Flo Jackson of Knapp and Regis Toomey. One Is TAL, strung on Silver Chain-and Ladies remember
n. D. Card's home at 9 a. m. Nervous Headache, Nerv- you
f Baconton. Ga.Calendulas held in suspense because of the 'I Bring necessary food for the day. Indigestion and a host of SATURDAYMARCH get 2 pairs full-fashioned Blue Mill Hosiery.

i !t' lupin, and sweet peas vllllan's attempt to blow up his Tonight Friday, March 17th weI other unpleasant disturbance 18

., prettily arranged formed an effective rival's oil refining plant, thus endangering -)I I, meet again at the Armory Why don t you try Dr. Mile** + l

y ,. background for the guests, the lives of many Lieutenant Long did Effervescent Nervine Tablets t YOUPAY FOR rl
men'l certainly
of the (I Just one tn a half glass of
frocks were suggestive early particularly the life of the '
spring season. I state trooper who was In charge given us a snappy drill last week. water makes a pleasant, spark- ALL5
I he 9 9
t (Hope can spare time again ting drink delightfully soothing
Bridge was enjoyed throughoutthe of the guards stationed at the refinery '1 soon) to over-taxed nerves. ONLY C ARTICLES-
afternoon, and at the conclus .
Let's have more boys and par Dr. Mfles' Nervine U now A super Value for 990 AND Tins AD
"' h ion of the game prizes were awarded Micky Mouse will be present in ents and friends this week. made in two forms-Liquid sad Two Hours Only .'
Mra. L. D. Vining for holding a very entertaining cartoon. Alsoa Effervescent Tablet. Both hay ..

"' top score and to Mrs. D. A. Mon- curiosity. the same soothing effect Irr

teith for scoring second. The hon- Starke fans liked "I Am A Fug Lumber -- Leaders hopeful of $1.00 at your drag store "" +

cross were each presented guest ', Itlve," and now Jim Tolley'"Laughter s I slight improvement in next two ThU Certltl Corpening's Drug Store i ..i**

prizes. in Hell" Is coming :Monday months. eat Will will

y. The player. were: Mrs. E. L, and Tuesday. It Is a picturethat II appear At ml yid ..IA l

iggs, Mr. IL B. McLendon Mrs. sounds the very depths of hu Swiss business marking time; Clip it :New' you
C. hitch Mrs. C. A. Knight. manity. It is powerful gripping, I unfavorable trade balance rose last STARKE, FLORIDA

s. D. A. Montleth Mrs. T. J. elemental. "Laughter In Hell" la I I year.

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- r--- Mwtlnn.lv numberof $:53.079.81. total of 5.4 centof of the and needy ( Ezek 16- Thy Kingdom como I Matt. 6'tffl I I t' : "
a poor
?5'uf525'u257 5 5252 ,25T52525'ZSu252552525Z525' For a very small additional new line, offering a And they fail to see the* way in "f" \
your winter I'loth111 be "leaned: Important features among all state, county, and district 49, 50. which that Kingdom is to be setup l; I.
r" and returned In moth proof cedar which Is economy of operation. Funds; while in 1931-32 the amount If Just a small number of tho In and dominion Dan. } ,': r
Starkp. Cleaner. paid by the state was $6,183,191.58 world's millionaires possessed that power "I ''
Bits oi bug! Dry which represented 35.7: per cent of of Christ and 2:44.: 45 Dan. 7:22-27. Rev 2:271.: ,. ; ; ,,1 r:
\V. O. \V. IIE.\ ) CAMPMEETING :' much of the spirit Jehovah's anointed King 1 of all the ,
the total state, and district and\ (. I
county all their mental
Mrs. O. L. Beasley who has POSTPONED were to bend Ills wise providence if
earth through .t
spent the past two weeks In Tampa school funda.Unemployment. financial talents time and the time will bring order out of all world'sconfuMon. < .

NeNConcerning because of the Illness of her sister, The biennial tttate head camp of all the capable helpers who and perplexing: conditions ,(!{. .
igc&i I
Mrs. J. W KIn ald, returned to meeting of tho Woodmen of the in Germany now would be glad to assist If the door which no human wisdom la I ( ::..f i
Starke The friendsof smaller than a with business of opportunity were opened to 1 'f' ..
Saturday. many World Life Insurance Associationfor 1 year ago able to solve, and which no human f 'I' ,
I Our People Butinena and Mrs. Kincaid will be glad to members of the Association in 1 fairly stable on low level. them what a social reform thin old foresight or policy can now avert ,I,
know that she Is steadily improv tenta- world would witness in even one '
Florida at Ocala: has been or dispel. The prophet calls upon 'f. J
of the County and Town. ing. 10 and year's time. but we need not ex- : .
Progress tively scheduled for April OUR LETTER BOX all who see these things coming. ,
I 11, according to an announcementby pect much from the rich for the to sound an alarm (Joel 2:1): ). .'. (" <)

Miss Mary Canova, after spending D rE. Bradshaw, president. The men are too busy attending their S. Courtney, Starke, Kla.Well .,!: t
l =a e nnnnncati75757R'7nn' [ nnnnnnnnnnr r the week-end with her mother. meeting was originally scheduled! Starke, Fla., March 13, 1933. investments and the women are --- l\\ t J

= --- McKinnon of Miami,' Miss Kate Struth Is spending Mire E. E. Canova, returned to the I for March 13 and 14. Editor Telegraph.Dear too refined, selfishness and pride i;;jh ;,
Mr. p. p In Starke. several days this week In Jacksonville F. S. W. C. In Tallahassee Sunday.She Sir: and social engagement and l ethics Folks!,
spent Monday was accompanied as far as offset the nobler sentiments and 1 i'
W. L. 1 L'
with her sister, Mrs. ,,
CANOVAS APPEAR AT Sad la!! the thought at the prexpnt much fruit. Many of the ..
Lake City by Mrs. E. E. Canova prevent
Mrs. L.Gainesville.. D. Vining spent Edwards. ItAIJOCITY THEATRE time when our lanlI.\ Is. decked ,
and wish to be classed -
Mr I and Mrs. F. A. Canova and Mary great and wealthy .I". ,
I us never before with stately temples
in do
!btondayCot and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Anne Canova.Mr. dedicated to the great Naza- all Christian because they I'm kinds like Will Rogers, all :
Judge Those who "knew them when" not wish to he classed as heathenor I
Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Miss Lois Adkins and A. Z. Adkins, reno who devoted Ills life to a I of that I know Is what I see In the Yt
and they were resident of Starke will Jews, and because the name
and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. the static. I' ,
and hear through I'C ,
Jacksonville. Jr., motored to Gainesville Tuesday ministry among the poor degradedand I papers I "
Thursday in Geo. H. Lowry, Jean Davis and I be interested to hear that Anna, Christ is popular now even if His boys I, I
find the tide of The big
afternoon. outcast, we
Margaret Lowry attended the mu- Leo and Julia Canova, who have real teachings are no more popular: '
Mr W. B. Spell of Jacksonville, sical recital the I been playing leading billings in 'misery rising and uninvited pov than when he wall crucified.In say that the { r
given by piano/ pupils
visited friends in Starke Sunday. Mrs. D. E. Jonson, Mrs C. C. vaudeville circuits for the past erty becoming the inevitable fate making these suggestions for Uoln's of the 'a f)
of Miss Mary V. Mathls at the r 1 ,
Robinson and Miss Ruth Jonson Jacksonville Colege of Music In three years are now appearing In of added thousand of our race. the measure of consolation they past few days I t',
E. Torode of Lawtey, visited friends In Waldo Wednesday New Never has the human heart I are all for the
Mrs W Jacksonville Friday evening. Jean York at the RKO-Roxy theatre may afford to the poorer eludes ) .'
In Starke Wednesday -I afternoon. yearned as now for a true manifestation best and l that
visitor II in Radio In
City. be understood as any
was a I and Margaret, pupils of Miss would l j ,
of human brotherhood, from now o n ;7 1 t
Their act Is the 8\me-a! hillbilly sense Justifying or agitating even I
-_ I Mrs. A. M. Richard has returned'1 Mathis, each played a selection. sketch that has been popular never was the altruistic! sentiment the poor to Judgment against the things are go. i I" 1

P E Canova spent WednesdayIn to Jacksonville after spending several -(I The wherever they have appeared. more general upon the lips of man, selfish extravagance of the rich, Ing to get better ,v I"
attending to business weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. I Christian Endeavor Rally never hAS the whole civilized world' tho Lord and we will w
Jacksonville and which
which Is wrong 16
, held In Crescent .
City Saturday was better'
d :
E. S. Matthews.Mr. STRAWBKRKIEM been on profoundly moved by thepersistent condoms as wrong (James 0:5)::: have : J a;
represented by all North Florida,I SPILLEDIt dream of the ages, the In consideration! of these various times by and by. ;jf\\ f .
Roberts and children F. W. Roaser have organizations, and l the attendancewas Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood I ain't one of + + a ,'' i
and Mrs. the '
vexed\ I l t
George sides of these questions
Mrs one hundred l percent. The, ; hay been reported that a "' : '
were visitors in announced the birth of a son on of DlRn.I tht'nfell e r 8 "
Uawtey, balanced the Judgments
-jt next rally will be held' In Starke, strawberry truck belonging to W mind Is kept It because 1\\ r. I ,
Tuesday. Tuesday of last week. He has been And yet, strange anomaly, the cry sound and the sympathies that's groin' to dispute ; t
Stiirke the last C. Miller upset nt Wilson, N. )
named Leona rd Wilson. I I from Saturday Starke attending Septembl"r.Those the' +I resulting in an almost C"I I of innocence of outraged Justice, more tender toward those I am acuity of that opinion myself I > :: t; &
BUtch and and the of the million under
and Mrs. S. E. -------- ----- cry whom Satan, the God of this evil !
loss '
Mr Rally Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. to the load of fruit.It .' :'
children of the State Farm, were Mrs Lloyd Green is in Jacksonville M. W. Morrow, Mrs. Geo. H. Low I is said that the driver of the j, the wheel rles today from every world ((2 Cor 4.1.:: Eph. 2:2): ), has ,I \
m Staike Tuesday. in the care of specialists. She Mills Lucile Mitchell, Miss truck turned quickly to avoid hit i civilized land as never before we blinded with his riches until their Tin punt week reminded ills of '>(
ry ito
-- suffered a loss of eyesight while at Louise ting some children who ran into II hear the voices of the outcasts ad judgment are perverted from Justice n mint .draw with tin flat you hnvw, ?
Jackson and Miss Helen '
Ur R S. Johns of Lake Butler, work In the bank Tuesday. Mersereau. the road and so unbalanced the I they mingle and l Join with the exII and who are about to receive tnlto it li,)t of medicine that don'ttastn Ej, ,
fppni Tuesday with her parents,' truck that It turned over. <*i of all the great continental) melt a severe reprimand and chastisement NO goal, halt utter It 1 I.* all : +N 1

W r inJ Mrs. W. H. Green. Miss Sarah Bridges of Reddick, Cohen Peele of Loss of the xhlpmcnt was covered cities of the world In one mighty from tho Lord 1 whoso over Jon l begin to feel IItttf'r and a
Lawtey was a '
week-end of Miss Matt. 21:21: Unit uitxlUlm' you thought was no : i
was the guest visitor to Starke by insurance. tice. right it Is to Judge ( '
Mrs Jamess Godwin and Miss Flo Jackson, who is visiting her Saturday.COKPKNINO'S tice.Sad Dan 12:1, Vs. 91:2)&: bad was tho lipM. thing after ull. i

Toby Dunbar of the State Farm, :sister, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. I \\ILL HOLDUNlQt CARD OF THANKSTo see Insane Indeed asylums l is the and thought poorhouses as wo The Lord declares that the possessors -_ @'
were In Starke :K SALE SATURDAY of wealth are about to be
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williamson, all those whose kindly help- packed by people crazed by care In called Into Judgment on thin score Now the other mutter I. want to n
J. Griffin and Mrs. E. of Bradenton, returned to their fulness and this Christian land of plenty, while "Store". I have
Mrs. T. sympathy during the when discerned l tho J1t'ntiolIII our I
A unique sale will be held Saturday because they '
jt Johns motored to Jacksonville home Monday after a visit with morning at Corpenlng'aDrug death of our husband and. father the clergy are fattening from the present tendency of affairs they been "digging" away at you for along -i. ''ir{

Wednesday and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Store. They are advertising and for the the many beautiful vineyards Even In of the God.shadows of these did not seek at their own expensea time A lot of you have responded "i I d t' {
flowers, we express. our sincerest and and are glad' -still nom
that they will give two edifices dedicated to the plan more equitable generous
Miss Lois Long Is out of school For n very mull additional cost gratitude. great of today. Though of you are hanging back.
pairs of full-fashioned Blue Mill glory of God, while their doors are than the usage
an appendicitis winter clothes will be cleaned Mrs. A. D.
recuperating: from your Coburn to have a warm sym
Hosiery and a genuine rock crystal cloned at night to tho shelterlessand some seem ,
operation performed last week. and returned In moth proof cedar and children heart! for the masses an.lhave ''la 4
costume necklace to each purchaser poor that have no place to lay pathetic i i t
tmgs. Starke Dry Cleaners. of Ln Parot Face Poudre -ilOOLS their heads, while the millionairesand grasped to some extent their Try it pair of IVter'n Diamond i ; 'r'
Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and perfume. The special introductory BURDEN OF deacons are endangering their situation and as they diagnosethe llruiul KluicM It pair of Alums5;5 v ; :
W. M. Wainwright were Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and FROM: COUNTY TO STATEA financial old t {
Mr. and man
and social the
ll >,
price on this Is only 99c lives by their appetite for gold.! political liiKXM'iir: visitors In Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. children of Jacksonvile, spent Saturday fall to find a remedy,, Overall. j '
and the sale Is to be held for only The lavish luxury and dazzling disease they it pair of Iliipitriul I : I' I
with Mrs. Stith's parents, two hours, 9 to 11 a. m. The only compilation of comparative, extravagance displayed by the some hint at what would bo a 'I hrs urn all proven brand. of i i '
W A. Stern and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. figures made by Superintendent of be but riui't ,
( condition Is that you bring copy wealthy Greeks and Romans of ye remedy If it could gotten mi f< hiiiiillm1 5 on> go r' { I I'i i ii
Public Instruction W. S. Cawthon,, ,
to Jacksonville ;
Louise Stern, motored In this no of securing It. So help me.
of ad elsewhere paper. olden times Is a matter of history, suggest way wrong i
Saturday and spent the day. M U. P. H. Maguire and daughter -. of the years 1926-27 with 1931-32, but such reddens la They have rejected tho lllble and
now display
Sue of Orlando, are guests at shows the extent to which the bur Revelation from
GOVERNOR 8IIOL.TZ seen In what la called fashionable do not trust It an a
small additional coot the home of Mrs. Maguire's den of maintaining our schools has I l know
parents and
For a very WARNS LOBBYISTS of God, they believe it not,
society our own country a great
)our winter clothe* will be cleanedand Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. \ I been shifted from the! Individual I, nation called Christian. not the character of Its messages,, NAT STERNBERG' I

returned In ninth proof cedarhag's (Continued from page 1.) \ counties to the state during the.\ Behold this was the iniquity of thus they are caught In their own '

Starke Dry Cleaners Mrs. W. E. Middleton is attending governor In advance the nature of past five years.A Sodom, pridefulness of bread l and craftiness ((1 Cor. 3:19): ). They now fo
substantial l Increase In thE, I
-- ---- the State Federation of Wom for whichour Starke Florida
their God's remedy g
the business requiring presence abundance of idleness was In her, fall to lice ,
Mrs. Will Blair, of Eldorado, an's Clubs of Florida, which is being here. amount of state support la shown. [ neither did she strengthen the hum Lord taught, to hope and pray,, l(
Kansas,, is spending several weeks held in Avon Park this week. "While a large majority of the In every county, ranging from 19.J;:I 1 1iriir
Mrs. A. D. Cob- per cent in Dade county to 67. -- -- u .- -. c _CC.- -
with her mother, public officials and employees of -C -- >, c C_-- - -
urn Miss Ruby Kilpatrick of Troy, the State have never indulged In per cent in Okeechobee C county. ThE -- i I 11;j
--- -- Ala, arrived Monday and will lobbying at State expense, that general average increase for al: r ; (4'! 1
and time with her brother- i counties Is 30.3 per cent. During
Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight spend some there may be no partiality, this appeal j74I
children, Charles and Merry Beth, in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. Is made to all district and 1020-27 the state contribute '

were visitors In Jacksonville Saturday D. Vlnln I county officers and similar instructions -I, '

are being given to every appointive LYh4U1tE1T)1Gulf ':

-- ____ I Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Bobby Biggs officer and employee of l : i :1
Mr and Mrs. F. A. Canova and and Martha Kickliter spent Wednesday tho state coming under the jurisdiction '' Life Insurance :1':1'Ip Op rocery {

daughter, Mary Anne of Gainesville and Thursday in St. Augustine of the governor." 'I
spent Sunday with Mrs. E. E. with Mrs. Biggs' mother, Mrs. I CompanyN. :


Mrs. M. E. Edwards has goneto Mrs. J. S. Butch, who is makingher TO HELP-WITH LOINS I I Loral Representative '' 18TH 1 : ,

Jacksonville to visit her son-in- home here at tho home of (Continued from page 1.) 'II -STARKE\ FLORIDA MARCH I7TH AND J JUllf.I

law and daughter, Mr. .and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, is I lations state ho must secure the I'I ,

L Roane. spending this week in Jacksonville waivers of the actual owners of 1 ._

with friend the land, and-or all prior mortgage RITZ THEATRE \ rure Creamery Nut Oleo Butter lb., \ _
1 1I
Mrs. H. A. Dew, Mr. and Mrs. I holders. If the applicant is the Tropic t.Jll Fpri

Andrews of Jacksonville, were Mrs. Clifton Brown and daughter owner of the land and farms It with f STARKE, FLORIDA I I I ; .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Marlon of Lawtey, are spend- tenants or share croppers, waiversof --- -- Butter lb. 20c I t (I l; )

Tuesday. ing several days this week with such tenants or share croppers I'ltOmt.\\1; BEG. MARCH 17 ''I MeallOlbs.15c r
Grits ,
Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. must be secured. Tho regulations or ,,,j : t ;,"
Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Spencer and W. Andrews.Mr. further specify that the person FRI.-SAT.. MARCH 17-18 I Pure or Compound I

daughter, Grace Annlce and Mrs. hit prior rights must agree '
Claude Alvarez of Jacksonville, C. D. Shank after spendingthe not to dispose of his rent note, Lard 4 lb. 25c Ritter's Pork, and Beans 6 cans 25c I jIn'. ? t
were guests Wednesday of Mr. and week-end In Starke was accompanied -I mortgage, or other security with. Regis Toomey &: Kvaljn KIIII|>[) i '
Mrs. J. F, Colley. to Lake City by his I out first having obtained the written Also
wife, Mrs. Shank and their daughter consent of aduly authorized II
Betty Lewis. agent of the Secretary of Agricul Mickey: Mouse. and Screen Cur Best While Peaches, 2 No. 2/ cans25c ur'' I

A %
Mr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and ture.The regulations make It unlawful ,
children, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williamson for any person to dispose of or ----- Bacon lb. 7 & 8cWhole I ,!. : imiI

COLUMN. of Bradenton, spent Sunday assist !In disposing of any crops + '., MARCH 20.21"L.tI'GIITER Ot Mayonnaise or Relish I r r r 30c ..;fr ?) y f
at Green Cove Springs with given.aa security for any crop loan, :: IN HELL"PAT I. I
FOR SALE-Baby chicks, White Mrs. Nina Llpford. except for the account of the Secretary I Grain : t\tr

i Leghorns. See W.8c M.. Rhode Edwards.Island Reds9c. tf, George Raymond arrived Saturday il the of fine Agriculture and Imprisonment and providefor for I, O'ltUIEN-STUART* GLORIA Ricc,101bs.25cSuear,51bs.23c Brookfield Cheese lb. 15c gE : :' Ii Ii11

from Canada to be with his violation of such regulation. The I And A Oood C'urt.oon 'Iii : "
FOlTsALK Large white and yellow -, father, Dr. G. P. Raymond, who I regulations'also require that each ,I

chrysanthemum plants, also I has been quite ill, but is showing borrower agree to plant a garden I -----, --- 1 1I
f for
smaller red and pink, 2 dozen some Improvement.Mrs. for his home use and sufficient I Wr.IJ..Tllt'US.1.ItCIl% : 22-23 \11 Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 n ,
for 25c. Mrs. Juno Wall. It* acreage to furnish feed for his I \ If If't'' pI "III
A. W. Anderson, who was livestock. "YOU SAID A MOUTHFUL: I :

SEA trtcal CHARLES contractor M., and IBACH all kind elec-of called week to ago Swarthmore on account, of Pa.the, several death !\I.NVIt I'': INTERESTED. I' JOE E.': HROWN AND GINGER II i ** Brookfield! Butter, lb. u n 25c '' :' 1:* I t!

appliances repaired. .318 East of her, mother, Mrs. Sheldrake, returned IN NEW CHEVROLET HERE ROGERS \ a N
Call street. 10-17-U I MILK $ ,
home Sunday. I
and Farina of Our Gang !
Much interest was displayed here Comedies I Large W CIDerS lb. r - r 9c : .' t ;, '; :
FOR Ma- Chevrolet' j ,
SALE Sewing the ,
-Singer State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. last Saturday in new 5c I ;'
chine cheap. Inquire at Telegraph Crews, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Naa- Standard SIX; placed on display at Also. C'EST PARIS!' I Tall Can .

office. It. worthy and Mrs. G. H. Meadle motored the Torode Chevrolet show rooms. A Musical: Brevity In Color ; 11 ? 1 !:I
to Glen St. Mary Sunday to The new car is similar In designto Small can 2 l-2c Rolal Estate Tea 1-4 lb. pkg' --1 lOc iI : ; ,

FOR RENT-Several good farmsIn see the azaleas in bloom. the Master series, but la an en I I ,,; rJ rJI
Bradford and Union Counties, t d! '
also residential property In Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill. Bob Hill, f i I I I'' '

Starke, reasonable rentals.H. Jr., Mrs. Dan Pike of Jacksonville, NOTICE Navy Beans Salt 2 packages - 5c iii rH;
Apply C. to liquidating agent. It Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Godwin of the I d
Wall's Starke.

FOR- RENT-Good, 6 room modern I. of State Mr.Farm and Mrs., were H.guests C. Wall.Sunday I MEMBERS: OF THE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS' 5 lbs. .. 19c SOAP or P O{{ iERS,10 for 25c f k.f.1\ : ;))1 i

house, with large shady veranda UNIONJ. 1\\
on three aides of the house. Depression The Woman's Missionary Society I Inc. 257 Washington St., New York SMOKED 11ACON, lb. lOc j '"' .
Church will Bert Moritz ,
of the Methodist -
month. '
See It before price you$12 rent.per W. E. meet Monday afternoon, at three- City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment and Baby Lima PURE COFFEE, 2 Iba. 25c \\1' : l

Daugherty, 403 South Thompson thirty o'clock: at the church. Business will not charge you but 7% Commission, thereby saving t

Street. 1 t. and devotional meeting.Dr. you the 3% Commission usually paid to the local Beans51bs.25cMaxwell FIRM YELLOW ONIONS 3 lb*. __ Hn We 1; :,' :,t

A VARIETY OF SEEDS-stringlesa and Mrs S. P. Vandiviere Agents. They handle 3500 cars yearly and are rated True LoveFLOUR fled Irish 1 J '. I. I.g :

beans Ford Hood Limas and son, Pitner, left today for a $100,000.00 A. A. A. A., which is the very best. If you S

Stowell'a Evergreen, White and visit with relatives in Tallahassee No dues or other A(
Union join now.
the j }
Golden Dent orn, Peaa, a dozen and Marlanna. Mra. Vandiviere haven't joined All House Potatoes' ;
varieties Velvet Beans, Chufas, and son, acompanied: by Louise charges will be assessed or collected this year.
Mellon Cucui "jer, and Squash. of Marlanna will return -
Cole Planters! nd fertilizer distributors Marshburn home Sunday afternoon. Dr. services free. 241bs.55c 10Ibs.-----15c })!
lbe-- :
era i'33 and cups at Vandiviere will go to El Paso Tex.{ J. Harrell Lawtey Fla. Coffee, _
White's Store. 8-10-21. will be house doctor \ II .
as, where he Sanltorlum. --- -- -- ---- --' -- --"'....... .
Southern Baptist -- --:= .
FOR J. In the
SALE-Good Milk Cow. A. J 4

Thomas, Starke. Fla. It I .,) .
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j, \''rl' TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA _ _ _ -- n. 1g8
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} ',.AOIII El -- -- .,, -
-- Repeating Names
.\ -- a -Myrtlce Kit' [1

i, I -- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES r rkJy WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The I r llngsworth.Inauguration of President-

Voice ef Florida" STATE NEWSNews Audrey McRae.
I \\,,,., from Home Demonstration LIVE Life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. "}by

: FARMERS SECTION Specialist Tallahassee Edward Bagwell. --

i 'I Gainesville Fla. Farm radio of Florida in Short Paragraphs Anna Eleanor Roosevelt .Irene wlJf
of Agriculture Davis.
talks by College '
Conducted by Demonstration Agents VEGETABLES IN TilE DIET I workers will be given at noon Education of Presidents- -1.111I'. apon te8 t'

.J each day next week over WRUF I gie McMillan. tbe the I
di Vegetables are needed by every- I according to the following schedule -- Ages of Presidents- Virginia 01 SPA.K.sut.

'. "PROMISE....""' ....... ----- ------- body. They are most valuable and foi : Tallahassee/ A gala Junior- cases "of grave Importance: ," one Alvarez.. 1
bulk, mineral salts vitamins I I Sat Mar. lS-Radlo's Weekly announced by Native State-Eunice William.
at the State of which has
I AGAINST--I which they supply the human Editorial senior social program Political Parties-Martha
OF BETTER INSPECTION IIctnnot Farm Newspaper. Farm for Women has been postponed State Attorney J. C. Adkins to be Sladt Mrirt
without College
CONDITIONS PLANT body and Former Governors-Florled
i FUTURE NEW balancing Snapshots. of the bank mora that of the death of three Kllllngsworth. -
PRODUCTS! VITAL IN FLORIDA work efficiently./ For Factors Affec- because .
1 FOR FARM Mon.. Mar. 20 fishermen in a Cedar Key
r .' --- the family meals, Include ting Costs and Receipts in Grow- torium. sponge November 28. Marriage of Presic enta Arthur iwhr
._Inspection: to servings of non- How Jail ,
Fla Swanbom.
Florida( farmers particularlythose ; Gainesville two generous ing Citrus-W. R. Briggs. for one -
vital to such as carrots Orlando-Postponement
pests Is starchy vegetables Prevents the Families of Presidents- .
of the trucking and citrus: prevent new Nursery Inspection sales Springs-Dr. Exford Guy JaruUnderbill.
billion beans cab month of all foreclosure Tarpon
of Florida's lettuce, spinach, string Plant Pests .
In a bad plighttemporarily the protection of Dangerous H. Tug-
i growing areas, are i spread and Osceola Tugwell son of Charles
,, each day scheduled In Orange
and farm 'nd tomatoes, Productionof of I
The Presidents
citrus bage. Occupations
of th. dollar Goodwin. and -
.- -a* a result -J. C. ordered last week by well president of the Tugwell I EXila!
and boats Include tomatoes counties was
airplanes the diet should In Lake County Mae
Incoming DyatElection
'ondltlonsthroughout since Citrus
( Quality has been
.'demoralized money of here
l d tropical and a green Circuit Judge A. Smith because Wiseman cannery
1, Jobberi the state to every oranges for children I Clifford/ Hiatt. of Presidents- S
I the country. expose assistant secretary of agriculture (?:
conditions named / I
of all. Four economic
for I
thousands i present
south and vegetable Insects
4 and retailers cannot take suppliei pest to the or yellow Tues., Mar. 21-Tomato bin father was advised Denmark.The .
used In' ,
'of Fiorlda products and consumers visitors Increase the danger from pounds of potatoes may be ol and Their Control-J. R. Watson. here Professor Tugwell head of I Occupations of Fathers of
Newer loaf
Dr. Wilmon middle-sized The state advise
Insects of one Tallahassee -
the retail- northern place Box. Presidents-Albert Kruse.
It Question
'. cannot buy them Farm of Colum-
commissioner of the State bread. One-filth of the food dotter Wed., Mar. 22-The Nature of ory committee on emergency relief the economic department been economic The President's Cabinet Al Kay Goeth ,

nay Plant Board explained In a recent or 20 cents should be spent Diseases that Attack Ornamental has apportioned $449,075 among bia College baa for some Carlisle. t,

y In really lessened demand In the radio address. for vegetables.In Plants-Dr. W. B. Tlsdale. Major the counties of Florida for a continuation adviser to the president the author of the 5:17Le:
IBIS He was
eastern markets for Florida products Since Its establishment In cooking vegeablea care shouldbe Control-Erdman etaol etaolnnnu of the Joint federalstateunemployment time. for relieving the FOURTH GRADE NEWS
1, the Plant Board has made horticultural taken to preserve color, flavor, Blackberry Diseases nrj' Their aid program during seven-point plan Tin

While the present situation la history by completely and nutrients. Vegetables arc Control-Erdman West. March. depression. We have been drawing maps or nielPI
4G may well eradicating citrus canker and ruined by long cooking or by being Mar. 23-Pasture Rec- -
gloomy enough growers Thurs., Leesburg Several mischievouslittle all the continents during the past
fact that fruit fly two pests! which threat- hot over steam a longtime for Florida,-W. E. | :
I '" take comfort from citrus kept ommendations Gainesville As an emergency boys ranging in age around week. Some of our students have painOi
the situation Is only temporary, ened to virtually destroy after cooking. Serve vegetables Stokes. The Value of the Pure- measure. President John J. Tigert, havoc with some proven to be real artists.

Q, and that the future pronpect holds Industry. These know growers of Immediately whether boiled, bred Beef Bull for Improving Na- of the University of Florida last valuable 10 years mall played Monday night In the I Mrs. Hart received a shower of |four'leber\

much of encouragement.There know about; they don't baked or steamed. tive Herds-Dr: A. L. Shealy. Se- week said the university would admit postoffice. They reached I fruit candy and presents Friday (

i Is a rather general feel- the hundreds ot times dangerous by Stuffed Baked Potatoes lecting Breeding Cows from Native students recommended by principals !' Leesburg In through the slot alloted to I II because her birthday was Satur retb
been stopped |
ing throughout the nation that bottom plant pests have Ingredients: 6 potatoes, baked, Herds-W. J. Sheely. of high schools which close the letters out Jeru
One and "spiked"
been reached-that conditions Inspectors at Florida ports. hot milk 1 teaspoonful FrI. Mar. 24.-The Feeding Value term. papers I day.Several I tows
has and twenty-six times the 1.8 to 1-2 cupful with less than eight Months I I of the adjacent box. It so happenedthat of our 4-H Club boys
turning that much- hundred tablespoonfuls of -Dr. R. B. Becker. heat
; are now about salt 3 Silage letters carried a lot of enjoyed an outing on Crosby Lake
be these
known I
r discussed corner. When one is at citrus blackfly and 1.2 teaspoonful pap Raising Quality Calves-Hamlin L. I afternoon. be v
butter Friday
I The State budgetfor order clearings
Tallahassee money
the common large IwIsti
as very I
bottom of the pit there Is no twice as dangerous Brown. The Hernando County 4-
the teacher Is the
Our reading book
biennium has been from two banks running ,
next total
Florida the
at I the
knocked '
way to go but up. Thus the opinion whitefly has rika.Cut the top, lengthwise, from the H Boys' Calf Club-B. E. Lawton. and balanced with a saving above $50,000. The youngsters ; "Billy and the Major" by Emma
\, seems to be quite general now I, ports each time. to be destroyedby lot potatoes. Remove inside mash of $3,398,456 under the generaland I were caught tearing letters open' Speed Sampson to us, and we enJoy IP'di'
climb |
destined to
Is Inspectors.Since forkor
that business until free from lumps with THIS CASE JF JUNIOR WILLIS special appropriations of the and dumping them in the waste It so much we can hardly wait I
60 aulD
n i lowly but gradually up the eloper.F Florida produces percent potato ricer. Keep the potatoes Gov. Dave Sholtz for'the afternoon to hear it
1931 legislature, I
Progress of business In general of the narcissus bulb supplyIn hot. Add seasonings and hot r Ittol
I : series of articles last week.
(This Is one ot a announced
cannot but be reflected In better the United States, and has "43- milk. Beat until very light and I I'LAY DAYS IN HOLLAND:
under the auspicesof
r, ;markets for farm products., 1.2 million plants In nurseries, nursery fluffy. Refill shells sprinkle with prepared Tallahassee School ..l1thOll.i lud
It Is the belief that the value of I inspection Is vital insurance paprika or grated cheese and the Florida Medical Association.This Miami-Mrs. Janet Allen Walker i ties parents business and clvls: A composition written in class \

the dollar will be lower in future against major pests that wouldbe brown in hot oven. The additionof newspaper Is presenting them : last week sued James J. Walker leaders Joined in a fight against by L'Etta Corpening of the 4B IP pUs!

5 and that can lead to but one thing costly to the state; inspection a well-beaten egg makes more to its readers in the hope that the former mayor of New York City early closing of Florida public grade: nov"

n '-better prices for products of all which keeps out pests prevents the fluffy. Cheese chopped ham, or Information contained therein will for divorce in the circuit court of schools this month. The fight Is In the picture I see two little In uatf,

r classes. At the moment the bank state from being quarantined by chopped: chicken in the center of/ be of value.) Dade county. She alleged deser- still In progress and Is meeting Dutch girls going home. They f

holiday was declared a dollar the federal government or other each potato makes a delightful "Yes Mrs. Willis. Junior may. tion. The former mayor of New with success in many counties. Every nave been to their grandmother'shouse chi

would buy more farm productsthan states. This inspection also Insures surprise. Serves six. go home from the hospital today.He York went to Europe Immediatelyafter conceivable method Is being to see her. I think they and

it would at any time in the those in the state who buy has made a splendid recovery his resignation and has not used to keep schools going. Some have been helping her pick tulips, Mil!
t h Some farm that they have been from the operation without any to America. public subscriptions, the
last quarter century. nursery plants WRUF Home Period The yet returned are taking up That la one of their main flowers.
y products were even selling lower found free of pests by a state in- complications whatever. others leading raids on other coun- These girls are rolling their the
$ than they did 60 or 100 years ago. spector. The Florida Home Period, from wound Is healed solidly and cleanly Tallahassee Gov. Dave Sholtz ty funds and In at least one Instance home made play-toy home.It 18HI"

If a dollar is not to be worth as Regular Inspection-by' the Plant WRUF each morning at 9:45 EST, the stitches"are out. and everything erness to assist nunununnunnuu bridge parties and dances shows In the picture that It is

much In future it Is natural that Board also Includes Inspection of will broadcast the following talks is lovely, said the surgeon, following the California earthquake were organized: to raise school a moist day. The main thing In thttilt
head."You've .
i' farm products will be worth more the 100,000 colonies of bees In the next week: patting the little) lad on the andI telegraphed Gov. James money. the picture Is the two little girls. '

? in terms of dollars. state. Bees bring the state annually Sat.. Mar. 18-Feeding and been a fine" boy Fred Rolph. Jr., of California that "All The artist that painted this pic- Ch

And so a very bad Immediate a quarter million dollars Sleeping Habits of Children-Dr.IS. am proud"of you. "I Florida Joins me In sincere sym- Miami Giuseppl Zangara zea- ture wanted to show you that the orJol
said Mrs. Willis.
t eitl sj'.lun may hold promise of and the Industry would be greatly G. Lancaster. "Doctor. pathly and eagerness to assist In lot and assassin, last week was girls were more Important than
the future. brood if Mon., Mar. 20-Clothing and am very happy over the way things electric III
1 much better things for menaced by American foul any way possible. sentenced to death in the anything else.
Hope and courage for the future the Inspectors were not constantly Style Suggestions Miss Lucy bave turned out and I want to chair for the murder of Mayor An- There are cows in the picture

should sustain us in the present. discovering and eradicating Infected Belle Settle. thank you very much for aU you TallahasseeFlorida cities can- ton J. Cermak of Chicago In his and a windmill The cows are use voJe

colonies.These Tues. Mar. 21-Meeting Economic have done for us. You know. I not constitutionally continue to futile attempt to kill President ful to the Dutch people; they give
talk beforeour
44 -1 SCHOOLS FOR TRAINING4II services play an Important Needs Through Home Demonstration firmly believe Teachers.that your Association tax unoccupied unimproved rural Roosevelt Sentence was passedat milk and the women make cheese saSI

CLUB RECREATION part in maintaining the agri- Work-Miss Flavia Parent lands which were brought within 10:31 a. m. by Circuit Judge Uly out of the milk.

,'' LEADERS SCHEDULED cultural welfare of Florida and Cleason. Conservation of Quality un 'Appendicitis' was responsible municipal limits during "boomdays O. Thompson who read the sentence Do ,you think that you would inti
serious illness ,
for Fred a long
the agricultural welfare of Florida, Products-Miss Margaret saving ." but nave not and do not receive from a prepared statement like to go over there?
his life.
Fla. A series of and the benefits therefrom are received Cobb.Wed. or maybe saving ) benefits of city property the ending with "and may God have leth
Gainesville -
I four recreational leadership train- directly or Indirectly by ., Mar. 22-Weekly Low- You remember when you came to supreme court held recently. mercy on your souL"Chipley I I SEVENTH NEWS REPORT
[ of the
Florida citizen. Cost Market Basket Miss Anna see him the night operation. 1

,1 b 1 club Jag schools and for girls outstanding will be held 4-H. In every Mae Slkes. Increasing the Use of I told you that because of the ad-I Tallahassee-- State TreasurerW. I I A-, B, C, D, E, F, G. Our room will soon be full. We J,
t boys In talk,
[ Florida during ApriL Five hundred twenty-five pure- Milk-Miss Pearl Laffltte. vice you gave from us your him a V. Knott Friday reported Flor- H, I, J. K L,, M N, O, P, Q R. S, are glad to have another new pupil o t
had refrained giving I'
i The schools will be conducted by bred beef bulls were placed on Thurs., Mar. 23 Community cathartic when he began complaining ida's treasury balance on February T, U V. W, X-but not Y and Z. Hudson Turner from Cedar
Beautification-Miss Ruby Mc- 28 $4..786.102..618. / compared B. F. Pate father of 12 children
was Key.
of farms agents "
I John Bradford a representative Florida by county of pain in his stomach? t''
) the National Playground and Recreation last year. These bulls should sire David. Remodeling Old Homes- "Yea Mrs. Willis and I remem- with the January 31 balance of $2- and 79 year old resident explainedthat Clarice and Preacptt GUI went E
Miss AUie Lee Rush. 85027282. He listed February receipts as the children were born he to Hampton and Keystone Sunday.
Association In cooperation more than 15,000 calves per year ber how gratified I felt and, bow
FrI.. Mar. 24.-The Food Valueof and Feb- Mrs. Pate followed the letters -
$4,866,67566 and and Thelma Wynn
each as Billy Long
state five more
for or years
Miss Flavia Gleason
| with O. D. Abott. Food happy I was to know that he had t
i home demonstration agent, R. W. bringing from $2 to $4 more thana not been given castor oil or* some ruary disbursements as 2930846. of the alphabet when it came were absent Monday. \
Value of the Domestic RabbitDr.C. to So of the tribe of Pate went to Melrose
02. names. Jewell Gaasett
I Blacklock state boys' club agent native calf. The bulls are thus other equally harmful cathartic
[ and the Federal Extension Service. worth from $30,000 to $ OOOO an- F. :_ before I saw him." there are Allan Benjamin. Clara Sunday.We .
Each of the schools will continuefor nually to the cattle industry In "Well Doctor." said Mrs. Willis' Orlando-Members of the As- Delia Elizabeth Fannie Gustavus are very sorry that Dorothy t tI

r four days. The first will be the state. FLORIDA BIRDS LEAD "Dr. Jordan who called you Into sociated Veterans Council In meetIng Houston, Ida Josephine Klnce Lee j I I Boulware of our class has quit I

p held at Gainesville. March 13. Oth- -r AS RECORDS FALL AT the case said that Fred's appendixwas here Sunday adopted a reso- Millard Napoleon, Oma Pearl, school '
EGO LAYING CONTEST lution asking that the rights of Quinton Rebecca Sidney Thomas Lillian Stump Edna Pearce and
ers will be held at Marianna The coat of citrus full of pus and very thin In one
producing I
In the bill now Vanderbilt and William to Melrose
veterans economy Uriah went
Virginia Fugate
20 DeFuniak Springs March 27 fruit in Florida has been reduced place, and about to' burst, but that t
From SO Chlpl y. Fla.-With Florida en- before Congress be protected and Xavier Keystono and Earlton Beach Sun
and Plant City May 1. 36 during the last 10 fortunately It had not done so. He
to 60 of the best club members inS percent due to better cultural tries leading the 520 birds, from said that he was convinced that that In all cases a veteran will Five day.We
r! each of t ( sections have. been in.i' years methods.mostly 14. states In the seventh Florida had I given the boy a dose of castor have the privilege of appeal before Tampa old Spanish doubloons had a debate Tuesday. The

vited to attend Game leadership National Egg Laying Contest here I oil, the appendix would have the general review board big gold pieces the size of negative aide had Willis Smith,

+ music appreciation community ( turned in the record lay of 72 per ruptured before he was operated Uncle Sam's $20 gold pieces were Robert Jackson Reese Bradley and

r singing and other rural leadership Farm women and 4. -*3 club girls cent during February to surpass all upon, and that Fred's Illness would Palm Beach A waxing moon turned In at a Tampa bank In re- Edna :McKInney. The affirmative'

topics will be featured at the last year canned 763,602 quarts of previous contest records for the have been more prolonged and so brilliant that the fish evidently ponse to the President's request side consisted of Venue Phillips

r ; schools fruits and vegetables In coopera first five months by 14. eggs per dangerous." I think It's daytime has confounded I that hoarded gold be banked. The Markley Hornsby, Roswell Noegeland

1 Similar schools have been held at tion with Florida home demonstration bird, according to announcementmade "That la very true Mrs. Willis. old-time anglers here. Sportsmen I doubloons were minted In Spain In Clarice GUI.NINTH.

the same places for the last two agents. today by E. F. Stanton su The appendix: was removed before hereabouts rarely had been able to'' 1787 and bore the likeness of the .

j FA? I; years and the four year course pervisor.The the Infection spread to other areas catch pompano highly prized head of a Spanish sovereign. Theyare GRADE

i win be completed at similar schools Livestock on farms in the United five leading pens now have and you see how quickly Fred hat food fish of the tropics-after sun- to be sent to United States

[ next year. Plans have also been States increased 2 percent In num- a record that Is better than the recovered even through the appendix down and many had maintained It assay office/ to be tested for weight The following program was presented -

!made for starting another series bers last year but its value sbrank beat one a year ago. Heavy production was badly infected. You see, couldn't be done. Now, In dazzling and fineness before being paid for by our class Friday at general -

v J:;, of schools In four other sections 17 percent amounting to shrinkage during the month threw the tissues composing the appendix moonlight many of them are makIng as gold metal. It was thoughtthe assembly:

fcf Florida next year. of about half a billion dollars. the Davidson Poultry Farm entry In children are very tender, and It fine catches. doubloons might have an add- Community songs-Mr. Gray.
Auburndale, via:, into the lead for does not take much pressure from ed value to numismatists as rare Piano solo "The Flower Song"Elaine

the entire contest. Three other within the organ to rupture it, especially Lake City-The government's coins. Wynn.A .
And the Worst is Yet to Come- Florida entries are among the lead- when Its wall is ulcerated warnings against hoarding of goldIs skit "Yes John"-Marie Stafford -

it Ing seven. An entry of Rhode nearly through by, the Infection having Its effect In the interlards ADDITIONAL SCHOOL NEWS and N. E. Griffin.

Island Red from J. A. Dlnkins, The giving of a cathartic stimulates as witnessed by the receiptsof Vocal solo "When the Moon
i Bonlfay. leads all heavy breeds. the muscles of the Intestines gold coin and certificates by (Continued from page 3)) Comes Over the Mountain"-Mil-
far for the en- Institution Saturday ASSEMBLY PROGRAMThe dred McRae.
The best layer so local banks. One
causing them to contract more via
also Florida bird cur- Reading "FollyERatlon"Dorothy -
tire contest Is a lently and forcefully than normal exchanged greenback
owned by E. P. Witt Jacksonville. Increasing the pressure within rency for more than $700 In gold following assembly programwas White.

i At the end of February the five them. If there Is a weak spot ii to one person while other people given by the eighth grade Short one act play, "She Just

''r 4 I I best layers for the entire contest the wall of the appendix It Is quite. have been turning in gold currency home room on Friday March 3, Couldn't Stay a Minute"-Hazel
were Florida birds, five of the seven and gold notes during the last few 1933. It is centered around the Lennon and Julia Tison.
apt to blow out, just as automobiletire
Bay leading pens were owned by which has a thin worn place days to the banks., inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt Medley of popular songs-Mar-,
T D who assumed the office of Jorle
Florida poultrymen.Mortality Stump.
y7pRsr,1 on it Is apt to do If you put toe
at the contest continues Key West This southernmostcity President on March 4, 1933: Announcements-Mr. Gray.
If much air into it It Is never safe
G low. carrying the total for in the United States plans on Songs by the student body: .
I I I WAl I AGIiN the five months to about 6 per to give a cathartic to children or having the only city street in the "Star Spangled Banner," "Colum- Business trend is strong in Australia
to take when
( uI+PJR lrt cent. one yourself you arc county lined on both.sides with mahogany bia the Gem of the Ocean," Hall with government finances _
T stomach ache
e having a or any pair I
I Ir In the abdomen. You never know trees. City county and Columbia "Loyalty. improved.

ILi PRIZES OFFERED" when these pains may be the beginning civil leaders recently took part In I

CLUB BOYS OF STATEIN of an attack of acute appendicitis a ceremony which marked plant-
ing of the first tree. Other trees Liver Bile
MEAT PRODUCTION as was the case wltt Wake Up Your
I Fred. I wish every one was at have been planted along the aides'

Gainesville Fla. -: Some Floe well Informed about this danger of Flagler avenue and will be cared

ida "4-H club boys will get a $50 I as you are. It they were we would for by local workmen. -Without CalomelAnd '

gold watch next year and many I have very few cases'of ruptured -
others who In the Thomas Sarasota George D. Lindsay,
compete I appendix: to treat We would therefore -
E. Wilson meat production contest not have nearly BO many of president of the Florida Taxpayer. Out of Bed U ebk. sae. L Me......frwfeM.r....
will get gold filled medals of honor those tragic deaths or prolongedand Association announced that the association You'll Jump 4MB1*me .. It is M7S to tile .....*'

according to the 1933 prize offer/ complicated Illnesses from appendicitis meeting at Lakeland recently ta tire Morning lUrin to Go OM Mo.. .p r.BV ......... Tee fuss s
Mr. Wilson has Just announced. as we now have. It mj had adopted a resolution thick.' W4 teM.wd ym>bnMfc h........*.

vJllhIJ&)! I Ir Any bona fide 4-H. club member little talk at the P. T. A.-last year condemning the $144,000.000. bud- lyyoa feel war and sunk and thee tea. ..... ... Y ........... TOT W 1

who Is enrolled In a beef hog or did nothing more than prevent the get of the State Road DepartmentThe wu. -100b punk don"now a lot ........I'M W 4 wa'" ....Ts wbcbgea.rar

4 J Jr sheep project with the county giving of this one dose of castoi Taxpayers association also < salts mineral water, oil. laxative ....... !

agent is eligible to compete. He oil. It was worth a thousand timer went on record as opposing con- candy or chawing gum and expect n..CARna..U'I"'LWunRnua. :

r must keep complete records of the the time and trouble It took." 'jstruction or re-building of roads I them to male yon suddenly sweet *.frt UM tflowtoc ..ee.M.. r hoe.-

lr v. project and then write a complete 0 ,I until the school system o' the sad buoyant and taD ot sunshine.For bt. a4aahgs.I.. ipsaeus
a story about It. Tobacco-First effect/ of price- State is adequately provided for. they cant do It. They only ThyBattatxk will.. .......... 11.rNns. pdvice.a.bI. .

The winner in each county will cutting by "big four" 15c cigarette nor the bow ls and a mere movement ._.s.rs.rdewbe.IS.c.mew.
be shown In I Bronson The Levy county doesn't get at the ea_ The .sloe..aew Mry.
the state January
given a medal winner makers was +.
k down-and-out feeling ...........AofI..o.-
: will get the watch and then sectional figures when sales of "roll-your- grand Jury was to convene last ream for your
two lot
It should out taw Un HO iMfc MM iUttte
... and national winners will be own" declined 9.2 per cent ai I I week at the opening a special term Is your Brer. pour ltr.e.
bowels m 1s. M
of liquid bile into your Lhm r
.1 picked for free trips and college against 3.8 per cent In "ready. 10f court recently called by Cir- pounds -ntisssaa.tsa 0...c.w.o..
i : : {}:wt111n9to oW scholarships. mades." Judge A. V. Long to consider daily.


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:::: : ::; : '" J:.:, .j We have to conquer or be conquer Roosevelt Explains Banking Situation i sound banks through reorgani- p. m. special :

-I-.. "" '; I.a 'ed. We have to be victors or vic zation.It .
_... 'Il. tims. The smaller the thing that Night mails close at 6.00: p. m.-- ,
: :-,. ; has been wonderful to me to Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; I

;:::;: i i'L: that flection masters upon us.the The greater Bible teaches the re- In Plain-Spoken Speech Over RadioThe catch the note of confidence from train No. 2, North 8:08: a. m. 41p

I,all over the country. I can never Starke and Bell Branch--Train ', :!'

y word is a lamp into my feet, and alight unto my path.-Paln 119:105.: that our hope of victory to every be sufficiently grateful to the peo- No. 101. mail closes 7:00: a. m., No. i '
temptation and Is In
struggle Jesus I
-- 1 ple for the loyal support they 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
jrIiDrbsnf ale.uji. All religious teaching, doctrine or Christ our Lord. text of President Roosevelt's I 11 Bank cities- -those banks which on have given me In their acceptanceof Blue Dim Schedule*. aDaily :

e 1 creed if they are to have any claim Sunday night speech explainingthe I first examination by the treasury the judgment that has dictatedour ij Pl

pon the love, loyalty the Christtwhosetwords fit must be in harmonyevice present banking situation to !have already been found to be all course even though all our Northbound, effective Jan. 1. 1932. r ; ,,
Jesus into 0:03
: 1:00
of a. m. :
tearhings every the p. ,
people of the United States This will be
heart, MAn:>m it was said in John 7:46"NEVER MANLIKE 1cjj right. followed on processes may not have seemed m., 4:39: p. m., 8:19: p. m. ; ,(
of theE THIS 1 follows: Tuesday by the resumption of all clear to them. Southbound -9:34 I'
1 : a. m., 12:34:
I want to talk for a few minutes their functions banks p.
oJStarke. by already After ell there Is an element in
I m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m.
Bradford and Union counties are Invited to announce with the people of the United i found to be sound In cities where > the readjustment of our flnar.clal Tickets '
tmentfor of church and Information atSmith's
news activities organization and States about 'I II
> banking-with the i there are recognized clearing
part system more Important than currency -
Space freely given and no charge made--the only requirement I I Service Station next tn ;
comparatively few who understand 1 houses. That
mnri':: thnt such items reach this cube before Wednesday morning moans about 250 more important than gold courthouse. --ii
cannot ln handled for current IssuesgpNDAY the mechanics of banking but more Fla. /I
apjw1s, they March 13 1933
e, n .. Editor particularly with the overwhelming Time for Check-Up people. Confidence and courageare CI.KIIK AMISIKIIAI.:' INarI'Tongst 3 r "
Telegraph I majority who use banks for the On KI.KC1ION: :
LAWTEY CHURCH U1J\JovloaY! Dear Sir Wednesday and succeeding tho essentials of success In Board of County Cmnmli- }
,- I I : making of deposits and the drawing days banks In smaller places all !I carrying out our plan. You people .IJa; : of Bradford County &t a t'
, SCHOOL, I Defense of Mrs. Roosevelt of checks. I mulled. meetinghold In 8tnrk
First I want to tell you 1 through the country will I on
I Baptist Church must have faith; you must not Thursday, March
: LESSON I II Why? Have we not just startedon what has been done in the last few 1 business i appointed
I Hev. I* F. Chapin pastor. subject of course to the i be stampeded by rumors or he following clerks .and Inapaetorii -
t !I a Democratic which days to serve at the Special ii
government it Election
why was done and what |government's
I Preaching services first and physical ability ]guesses. Let us unite! In banishingfear. to n.. held at the neveral precinct 'p' +
Is supposed to be founded on Jeffersonian the next steps are going to be. II to Its
complete It Is within Bradford
third Sundays' 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. survey. have provided the machinery : County on Tuesday +p
25 10SS principles of simplicity and recognize that the March lt_lh 1K33:
FOR MARCH many proclama. i necessary that the reopening of to restore our financial
m. '
Hreclnct .
No. 1 Lawtey Clerk J. t
Sunday school: 10 a. m. II. B. Ar- economy? And as Mrs. Rooseveltwas Lions from State capitols and from I banks be extended over a periodin 'system: It Is up to you to support Roller; Inapeontra, 11. K.' ; HlnncharO t =
Subject Jesus at Work. wood not a member of the House Washington the legislation the i order to permit the banks to ',and make it work. J. M. AUMtln., llallle Jonei. ''r
supt. Precinct
Golden Text: "My Father work- Prayer Service 7:30: m. Wed- of Representatives, was not sup- treasury regulations etc. couchedfor' i make applications for necessary It la your problem no less thanIt Clerk: L. A. Iiitvla.o. t:, Insp.ctnrs North Starko, N. I),. l

elh, hitherto and I work." John nesday.B. p. posed to do any of its work. I the most part in banking and 1 loans, to obtain currency needed to is mine. Together we cannot Illtrh.\\alnwrlcht F. 11(. Norman J. H. ;

5'11: Y. P. U. 6:30: She was only there as a spectator I legal terms should be explained for meet their requirements and to enable fall. Precinct N... S, South tUark. ,
Lesson Text: Mark 12135.: p. Sunday. so why should she not have the benefit of the average citizen. the government to make com- Clerk U p. Vlnlnir; Inupvctom., T. N. dud 1'

Times The first year of Christ's Grace M. E. Church the same privileges as the humblest I owe this In particular becauseof mon sence check-ups. METHODIST Kendrlck. 13, W, lluyea. J. u Urdtrhlll. r, I '

ministry A. D. 27. citizen and be "hatless and the fortitude and good temper I Let me make it clear to you that I'reelnrt. No. 4. Orahami: Clock

Place Capernaum and other Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. Informally dressed?" And her knit''- with which everybody has acceptedthe lit your bank does not open the Regular services 11 a. m. and CheBley/ W. "I''ozgInspector.'. \UKr: ..r, H. T.. ,"hon"H S.,Wac-.. i t ql j

In Galilee.Our \ Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat ting of a sweater, showed she' inconvenience and hardships I first day you are by no means justified 7:4.1: p. m.Young '/id1'I .. Ctiet No. 5 Hampton! clerk, F}

points Lord's life is associated with 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. wished to make good use of her ,i of the banking holiday t kaow in believing that It will not People's. meeting 6:45: p. C'H.Y. F:.. llitiirr Nnxnn' ,;O.)Innpnctcim W.. Ilhnme, Lea..'1'Parker. j

four towns more than others; Beth- Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : time, (and perhaps the sweater ]I that when you understand what we open. A bank that opens on one m. I'rerlnvt No. 0 Thotemiit. : Clerk, A, i
Naza- m. was to be to some needyone in Washington have been I I K Hulllvan; Inspector.' H U Hmnnn.,
lehem where he was born given about I of the subsequent days Is In ex- Sunday school 10 a. m. Jacob. I. 'urmeriNtn, John flail I
reth where he spent! his youth Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. ), and as she Is said to have (shall continue to have your cooperation actly the same status as the bank Public cordially invited to attend I'rm-lnct No.7 New itlvrr Clerk l' 'p

Jerusalem where he died, and this Mary Moore supt. "never looked down on her knit- 'I as fully as I have had your j'i that opens tomorrow. these services !,l.iJ.K U A. (Napp''I'ew"| | ; ,InnpectorK NII.tI" Kelley,.I'. (.*, liutlur, f I. '

of Capernaum which was the League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. ting, not even when turning a sympathy and help during the past I I IVerlnct No.a llrooker: Clerk, A, t? Il r
know that ;
town where showed that her mind was week. II many people are I It. Hiirrenvy: n..pertor,,, U.: T, Onteen, y't.,' alltp
headquarters of his ministry row I I worrying about State banks not PKKSHYTKKIAN: It I'. Uulncy, zI. r*. Mnthenv, i!, ii
be worked so many miracles. It Fraternal on the doings of the House, so no First of all let me state the members of the Federal Reserve O. W HI.MHON u

was situated on the northwestern Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. disrespect was shown. I I simple fact that when you deposit System. These banks can and will Services. Sunday, March 10: "'Milaxlonerii Chairman UntUtoid rtnuril. of County County Cf Flor>nv<- '3'+' !* '

shore of the Sea of Galilee. He M., meets at city ball building 1st If we are to get back to sane money In a bank the bank does not receive assistance from member 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. ida. ,

probably lived with Peter and An and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. living how are we to do so if we I put the money Into a safe deposit banks and from the Reconstruction Williams, acting supt. A ATTRHT J. THOMAS 1 I :! y l

drew who had removed to Capernaum. T. T. Blackburn, W. M. imitate the pomp and display of value It invests your money in Finance Corporation. These 11 a. m. morning worship. Clerk. J-10-3-S-84. r w, rl tp'

Because of the unbelief of O. J. Phillips, Secy. the old world? Seems to me Mrs. many different forms of credit State banks are following the same I 0:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. I 1\0'1'14'101' I'

the people of Capernaum In spiteof 'Roosevelt has set some wortbwhlle'precedents. bonds, commercial paper, mort- i j j course as the national banks except Topic: What Was Jesus' Estimate HTATK OP Ft.OUIIlA t
his many miracles worked : THERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH One is to refuse to gages and other kinds that. ? Ufflre Hncrelary-'. ""N'-S.\f.\ '
many of they get their licenses of Human Life Leader, Estelle KNOW YK:, That. 1. u. A. Dray % i e' 1 r 1
(herd, the Redeemer prophesied its waste yards of cloth to trail on loans: In other words! the bank to resume business from the State Kendrlck. Nporetnry of State of the State of t

destruction which was accom- Services will be held Saturday the floor and thus make her husband puts your money to work to keep authorities and these authorities 7:30: p. m. Evening worship. Florida. tin. hereliy glue no11<*. that nHFKCIALi > r < 4
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pUshed so thoroughly that no one before the third Sunday of each "mad" by"getting his feet wheels of Industry and agriculture have been asked by tho secretaryof Prayer meeting Wednesday at be held In the UL.KCTION'will !: County of raet- :( ,
month. I tangled in it at a time when he lord Mtate of Florida. the fourthTuendair ,f. ,
now knows just where it was sit : turning around. A comparatively the treasury to permit their 7:30: p. m. on t r !
D. U to the In March, 1K33. the said it wt
Pastor. people justas
Phillips was trying help
small partof the A cordial Invitation to all '
uated. money you put good banks to open up on the same our Tweedy hint theTWiNTYs1fhlTlr
From the first 20 verses of this Hoover did. Be consistent. into the bank is kept In currency- schedule as the national banks. I services extended to all. !: !: DAY OF SAID .
chapter the lessons for January 1,1 Ariadne. an amount which in normal times i am confident that the State Banking for a member of the Holme of Rep-I *

and 8, were taken, and told of Is wholly sufficient to cover the i Departments will be as carefulas reMentatlveii. of the State of Florida ,:
Bad signs so far as the Industryand from IJrndforit County to fill the ,. dal
Hark's subject-"The beginning of BOB JO ESiOMMENTS Jacksonville Fla., March, 11, 1933 11/cash needs of the average citizen. the national government in the most motorists are concerned. vacancy occasioned. by the death of ,

the Gospel of Jesus Christ," and Editor Telegraph, In other words the total amountof policy relating to the opening of taxeswhichnow Honorable O At Inman. y,
Is that higher gas IN TICHTIMONY WHEREOF, I
the preaching of John the Baptist, I Starke, Fla. I all the currency in the country banks and will follow the same range from 3 to 12 cents a gal- have hereunto let my hand, and affined w'
in the wilderness la only a small fraction broad the Dreat Heal of the Slate of
as one crying Dear Sir: of the total I policy. It Is possible that
lon-are contemplated In 18 states Florida. at Tallahaanee, the capital
His preaching and baptizing In ( I have noted with a great deal I deposits In all the banks. when the banks resume a very few thin tho ,, day nf March A. U. y

the wilderness the effect of John ; of Interest the article appearing in I I Confidence Undermined people who have not recovered Since 1912 wages of hard coal I 1013.; OHAY

the Baptist's preaching and your paper of March 10th in regard What then, happened during the i from their fear may again begin miners have increased on the average (SEA) s..aj..1; of State., fl1'islRhlh

Christ's coming "from Nazareth to reduced rates applying on last few days of February and the i withdrawals. Let me make It clear 310 per cent.SCHEDULE To Uradford lion, W. County J. Knperion: : Sheriff, I r

of Galilee" and his baptism by strawberries, and am satisfied the first few days of March? Because> that the banks will take care of I l-lO-lt-S-34 FOAL

John; the descent of the spiritlike BOB JONES COMMENTS ON advance information will be appre of undermined confidence on the all needs-and It is my belief that NOTUM a l,

a dove upon Jesus and the : HERB AND HEREAFTER ciated by your subscribers; how- part of the public, there was a general hoarding during the past week has CHANGED Hradfnrd In the, : County Circuit' )Court:Florida..In In and Chan for j f t of r

voice from heaven saying, "Thou i ever, the article Is slightly mis- rush by a large portion of our become an exceedingly unfashionable eery. w '

art my spirit like a dove upon President Roosevelt has succeeded leading account same not being population to turn bank depositsInto i pastime. It needs no prophet The following changes In schedules I Udward ,It. Jarvis, Complainant vv I it tt,
the 8. A. L. *
Jesua and the voice from heaven In spite of physical handicaps.All specific to the extent of saying currency or gold-a rush so to tell you that when the people are announced by Myrtle\ Jarvl. Defendant.. ( ,

Baying "Thou are my beloved that the old rates as shown by you great that the soundest banks find that they can get their money Ry. Co., effective Dec. IS: In the name of the Stale nf Flor- I k;
Southbound lila, to the .
Son" Then followed Jesus' 40 of 63- could not get enough to that It when defendant Myrtle Jar.
days men who have made a success were on the crate basis currency -- they can get they vie': : d
No.1 due Starke 11:17
In the wilderness and his tempta pounds.In meet the demands. The reason for want it for all legitimate purposesthe : p. m. complainant having filed III*
In life have had to overcome '
local. Mil of
tions by Satan as told In our last handicaps. Possibly the most phys other words, If you will referto this was that on the spur of the phantom of fear will soon be No. 11 due 9:35 worn,Is aliened" that complaint your place wherein of resilience .It ,
Starke a. m.
lesson and the second calling of In the paragraph dealing with the moment it was of course, impossible laid. People will again be glad to : I la Kelmonr.' 'Btttte, of Mlsslsalp, t ry
ically handicapped man publiclife f i I
the four Simon Peter and observe to sell perfectly'sound assets have their where It will be local. pi; that you ura over the ase of
apostles first quotation you will i money twenty-one and that Hj F
that America ever producedwas No. 107 due Starke 10:27: a. m. year there I I.
his brother Andrew, James and Benjamin Brewster who was that you referred to Starke and I of a bank and convert them Into safely taken care of and where no herein. In the Htate of Florlda ti

John, sons of Zebedee, all fourof President Lawtey to Atlanta new rate per cash except at panic prices tar below they can use It conveniently at any service would bind of subpoeim upon whom
you I
attorney general during
No. 191, due Starke 10:65: m.
whom left their work and followed Harrison's administration. Brew- 100 pounds $1.38 old rate 32-quart their real value. time. I can assure you that It Is It I I" ordered and you are hereby I ; k

Jesus. crates minimum 175 crates $1.18. By the afternoon of March 3 I safer to keep your money In a reopened limited. required to appear to the bill ofcomplaint ;
ster had a face so painfully scar- filed In thl oauae on or 6'
Then today's lesson begins: "And red and deformed that women This would have been more readily scarcely a bank in the country was bank than under the mattress. NorthboundNo. hefme the and day of April A. I). ft ?

they went into Capernaum; and would shudder when they lookedat understandable if you had simply open to do business. Proclamations 2 due Starke 5:09: a. m. local. ha ltfl.1 entered, ales) n avalnat decree pro oonf.*so will 1 A
straightway on the sabbath day he him and men hesitated to eat added "$1.18 per crate." temporarily closing them In wholeor Il"ties on Public No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. It Is I further uiderd, that a Oopy I '' f
entered into the atten- In part had been Issued the of whole local. of thl' order. lie published In the
synagogue, and at the same table with him. I am calling this to your by The success our great "Itradford County Telegraph" t"q : i
once ,
taught. The Jewish Sabbath then tion, feeling that some of the grow- governors In almost all the states. national program depends, of No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. each week for four consecutive ""

was and still Is our Saturday the ers might make some Inquiry as to It was then that I issued the course upon the cooperation of the local. week* before the return date herein I t

seventh day of the week.In When Brewsters attorney generalship there being no reduction in the proclamation providing for the Na public-on Its intelligent support Starke and Wannee Branch-No. named.Witness. my hand and coal at i

Christian countries Sunday expired he was practicinglaw face of the article as worded, feelIng tion-wide bank holiday, and this and use of a reliable system 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. Hliukn, Bradford Cnuniy Florida.
the first I in the city of Philadelphia. He was the first step in the 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. I hi* the 17tb day of February A. 1>.
day of the week has that with this Information govern Remember that the essential accomplishments IUd3. d )

become recognized as the Sabbath represented a corporation. The case fore you, you can satisfactorily ex- ment's reconstruction of our financial of the new legislation T. J. Griffin Agent. A. J. THOMAS C 1 rf '

day and laws have usually been dragged for days. Brewster matched plain the matter and in the mean- and economic fabric. Is that it makes It possiblefor Cloning of Malls .1-3-6t-8-Jl Seal\) Clerk of Court.the Circuit ? ,

enacted to require that day kept his brain against the brain of time you might want to make The second step was the legisla- banks more readily to convert South 4y t l
an Inferior lawyer. When the time tion Train No. 11, parcel post 9:00a. : ......JItI..11 MAM4
free from labor and business. How- some mention or correct the Im- promptly and patriotically their assets into cash than was the lly vltrue of an execution, 1""u8.1 I d

ever, those persons who keep Sat came for the inferior lawyer to pression, if any wrong Impressions passed by the Congress confirming I case before. More liberal provision m. out nf the Circuit Court In and fop ; i
urday as make his speech he said "Gentle issue. my proclamation and hasbeen made for banks to bor 107 letters, special delivery Kradford County, Florida' dated the
a religious holiday are not i really exist, In your next broadeningmy undo Nth day of November, 11:1: In favor '
quired to keep Sunday also. I men of the Jury the corporation The berries grown around powers so that it became possible these assets at the Reserve special handling 10OOa. : of II.: F.; C1o<> an h Itubber Company" }
A few Jews keep both days Saturday represented by the attorney In this and Lawtey appear this year orbs in view of the requirement of banks and more liberal provisionhas m. n coiporatlon upon ,a certain avalmit. judgment W. II. Bdwardu of: '

from their reverence of their case Is as black as the attorney'sface. of extra-fine quality and we hope time to extend the holiday and lift also been made for Issuing currency North Maid.. court recorded. In the m

religious duty and Sunday out of ." Poor scarred, deformed with the lower freight rate, com the ban of that holiday gradually.This on the security of these good Train No. 12 parcel post and of Mierlff enld court i of In 81 hook 11Tr l puire a19u 1 A tt,
stood In all letters : m.
respect for the law of the land. Benjamin Brewster up bined with the quality will giveto law also gave authority to develop assets. It it issued only on ade- p. levied upon I.
the dignity of his wonderful man- Train No. 108 Letters, special /property, minute, l J
Jesus entered into the synagogueand your growers greater returns ; a program of rehabilitation' quate security-and every good Hradforil nelnRln ;
the County Florida and
taught, because that was the hood and said, "May it please than during the previous season. of our banking facilities. I want to bank has an abundance of such security known ami dearrl lowed.: +

center of religious teachings and court, gentlemen of the jury I Assuring you of our appreciationof tell our citizens In every part of the SAVE JOHN RUSKIN NH/CommencltiK 111 ft. Wait. of the
life for 4 aocordlnw -
the assembled Jews as the syna- have been in public a long your cooperation towards get- Nation that the national Congress One more point before I close. to the. original plat hf

gogue would always furnish to time and this is the first time ting this Information before the -Republicans and Democrats alike; There will be, of course, some town of ..x wt.y, thence II. 100 ft., '
called to thence W CH ft. thence N. 100 ft.
Jesus or his apostles an audience attention has even been berry growers and with warmest -showed by this action a devotionto banks unable to reopen without be- thence !<:, alouir the S. tilde. nf Lake, ,

to whom they could speak.. I my physical deformity. When I personal regards I am, public welfare and a realization Ing reorganized. The new law allows Avenue to the point of hcrlnnlne;. l !1
little child mother, God Ask your dealer name belntc W, of Hallway I In alec, t t
was a my I'
Every town which had as many Your very truly : of the emergency and the necessityfor the government to assist In U. tOWn.hI9. S. range m.) and all I. _
.* ten male adults could form a bless her said I was a beautiful (Signed) F. M. Bryant, speed that It Is difficult to making these reorganizations ;; for new Premium portion of of the t1 own J 4
before the of I.uwfex p; 4
child. I was playing according to pint l there
synagogue. The affairs of the syna sis- Assistant Freight Traffic Manager match In our history. quickly and effectively and even Catalog. fore of In the public record of Hradford tti
gogue were administered by a lay open fireplace with my little -' tf Regulation Issued allows the government to subscribe .is County, Florida. i
ter. She fell Into the fire. I leap- 1 1 I And will cell the name to the, ; ,
committee called "rulers," who appointed of Miami Fla., March 8th The third stage has been the se- to at least a part of new capital sTInviiin io- hla-heet. hldiler. for each durlnir the I
the public readers of scripture ed In to rescue her. Not a Editor Bradford County TelegraphDear ales of regulations permitting the :which may be required. bueco Is legal hour of Dale. on the Jrd day
her little head was signed, but now I of April. 1913 at I the south door of [t '
and called upon any capable Sir: banks to continue their functions I I hope you can see from this the court tiotiHe. In the town of 1 +
when I out of the fire face 'i (
Person present to address the assembly got my Will you do the strawberry farmers I, to take care of the distribution of I elemental recital of what your gov- used in JOHN'RUSKINmaking Stark, Bradford County, Florida
black this lawyer'sheart" terms V '
as sale '
was as being made auh '
ed Our Lord, as a distinguish It has been said that this of Starke and Bradford Countya food and household necessities and ernment Is doing that there Is Joel to InHfpi and foreclosure. cult

religious leader was called upon favor and give them a warning the payment of payrolls. !nothing complex or radical In the pro pondlria. on a part of the laid ,.
to teach Inferior lawyer was forced to leave ., ty. i
it the
\wherever In the synagogue services Philadelphia after this because of about the disgraceful way they This bank holiday while resultingin .process.We m grentest W. J. KPFKHSON: / i i

ter of he was, quite as a mat lack of prestige and Influence. Ben- pack their strawberries. It is a many cases In great Inconven- had a bad banking situation. cigar value at 5c J.Sheriff U FltAZKM of Prndfurd: County Florida. !

course. Paul, In all his trav- Brewster succeeded In spiteof shame. They are ruining the Miami ience Is affording us the opportunity Some 'of our bankers had shown Attorney for Plaintiff/ "
el*, jamin : Smoke the size '
!In began his missionary teaching handicaps. market. Starke strawberries havea to supply the currency necessary themselves either incompetent or : : l-a-6t-I-U. i
the i'
local synagogues. bad name here. to meet the situation. No dishonest In their handling of the ''av;>t you prefer MtHTKIt'S' ."'.1'1 L < N' i
Our lesson continues: "And they My daughter and son-in-law had sound bank Is a dollar worse off people's funds. They had used the Notice le .. I vn that under .
were Paul had a thorn in the flesh. Perfecto Extra or and hy vltrue final decree offoreclosure ,
astonished at his doctrine: for to repack and throw away a third than It was when it closed its doors money entrusted to them in spec made and rendered by eI aa ,1 h;
he has some thorn in his
taught them as one that had livery man of each bushel so as to sell them. last Monday. Neither is any bank ulations and unwise loans. This i Panetela. the Honorable A. '.. Adklne. Judge 6r, lp'
flesh. There is but one of two alternatives nf the Circuit Court. of the Twenty
authority, and not as the scribes." for human being. There was grass, trash and bad which may turn out not to be In was of course not true In the vast sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In

The Scribes were the profession- every berries In each quart. Such berries a position for Immediate opening. majority of our banks but It was and for Hradford.
el teachers and interpreters of law And the unclean spirit came out I I will ruin Starke berry crop. The new law allows the twelve true in enough of them to shock In that, dated certain 13th ea.day.... of therein Feb,,lately 1H.1.1., { ,

law among the Jews-and the sacred of him. And they were all amazed, I am awfully sorry such is the case.I Federal Reserve Banks to Issue the people for a time into a sense NOW pendlnir between Kdward: If JarvU, {t
\ individually. and Kdward II Jarvle. n 9"
was the civil also. is this? What am here as a booster for Starke additional on good assets of and r ,
had Prophecy saying What thing currency Insecurity to put them intoa a* Administrator. of the nutate ofIllnnrhe A 1 1,
ceased for more than four centuries new doctrine is this? for with au- berries but it doesn't pay to be and thus the banks which reopen frame of mind where they did r MORE HAVANA \ Jarvis'. deceased Complainant I ,
so that the scribes relied he the dishonest In packing berries andI will be able to meet not VH, Nlrnolaa filema. Items, I
thority commandeth even every differentiate but seemed to assume his wife If married., Barry Me ma.
entirely on "tradition" the Innumerable unclean spirits and they do obey cannot afford to boost such pack- mate call. Tbe new that the acts of a comparative hlii wife, If married. If deceased. his s

law Petty additions to the Mosaic him." Ing.Plant being sent out by the leglu-I few had tainted them all. It 5/sicTusi.slagVeli9hf legal. representative.....1......, grantees,. lawful, admin heirs,

that had In The "unclean spirit" seems to City and Wauchula pack Engraving and Printing In V was the government's job to and< executor and any oth-

Contrast to this there was In the have had understanding, and power their berries right. When people volume to every part of the coun-I straighten out his situation and I MILD I 11."t."N. or claiming them, d by.lenAant.through I or 1 (I, r 5

busman leaching of Christ. "no appeals to of speech. You wlU notice that get good berries they will buy try. It is sound currency because'It do It as quickly as possible-and ." who wa. therein. ap the'P '

ot the authority, other than that this spirit said, "I know thee who again but one quart of bad ber- is backed by actual good assets.< the job Is being performed. pointed to H execute* Special. the Master same In will Chancery on

conscience; no logical dis- thou are the Holy one of God." ries will ruin the berry crop of A question you will ask I1 Is this I I Salvation Promised Monday, April d'fA. U, 1133 during

-Y\ogs.tinctions\ a legal niceties nor clever- "And forthwith they entered into Starke. I know what I am talking why are all the banks not to be, |, I do not promise you that every Court the legal House hnitra,door;In sale Stark b.rere, Florida the, N

the house of Simon and Andrew about. reopened at the same time ? The i bank will be reopened or that In- .....1to the highest and best bidderfor r I

gogC"-' there was In their evna- with James and John. But Simon's Henry E. Brown answer Is simple. Your govern- : dividual looses will not be suffered land each the following described 1
situate' lying and being In-
: man with an unclean spirIt wife's mother lay sick of a fever; 7536 N. W Court ment does not Intend that the history : but there will be no losses that I Bradford County Florida, to.WitThe I ; d

Vie saying Let Utj alone; what have and he took her hand and lifted Miami, Florida. of the put few years shall I possibly could be avoided; and I North hall of the. Northwest It'
to quarter nf the Southeast quarter of 'k
NZaretfif do With taee thou Jesus of her up; and Immediately the fever be repeated. We do not want and I1 I. there would have been more and (CIGARS SATISFY Mectlon 34, Township .. South Range 1

? art thou come to de- left her, and she ministered unto Agricultural credit extended by will not have another epidemic' greater losses had we continued to 23 Fast containing 10 acre moreor

an'atroy Ull7 I know' thee who thou them. They brought unto him all the three banking systems under of bank failures.As drift. I can even promise you sal- > I0c SMOKPRS5OAI7TESVILLK lee*,sale with to the he made appurtenances.Said pursuant. to

Jesus the Holy one of God. And that were diseased, and he healed the supervision of the Federal a result we start tomorrow,vation for some at least of the aid coats decree to satisfy the lame and ( I ,l

thy rebUked balm aylng. Hold many that were !sick of divers diseases Farm Loan Board Increased by ov Monday, with the opening of bank sorely pressed banks. We shall be CANDY CO. E. K. FERRYMAN t p,

peace and come out of him. and cast out many devils.. er $36,000,000 last year. In the twelve Federal reengaged not merely in reopening Galnewvllle, Fla., Distributor f.lT-St.S'17.A* Special Master In Chancery.

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Bradford County Telegraph KIDDING-CONGRESS kidding I Maybe You've I From Other Pens I i iI ( we of paper simply with give! I,or S ju a u gg\e**\

Next to jig-saw puzzles, i sign our name, Just h:
,+F Established 1877 Congress seems to be the most pop where, these '

8c. ular national pastime./ We are all Heard It ButBOP are\ gonna certtnOtm

Fridays and Entered as Second Class guilty of It, more or less: newspaper I I They're talking or raising cassava been determined be cans
c.. Published Weekly on
,, Butoa
editors, magazine writers, .. and starting a starch factory hand
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. comedians, men and women I up around Starke. We bad an idea nobody seem, to
stage more
'In' the .treets--It has continued I that their strawberries kept themin I regular checks.Intortnatlon COlI,

L. Matthews_______________________Editor and Owner until mere mention of Congress'I For years we have been watch starch enough to get
I or Its doings Is usually accompanied -ling( and waiting-hoping would that"get an son Journal.Congratulations. b-nron-I banks here are
dinner speaker open'
a smile that let's everyone -0-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE by life- the front door Is
to the his" and apparently to Open but
we are Congressman
know how superior(
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advancer men and women we have electedto long ambition has been realized. I Green, who, according to press reports ) get else!a dime is locked. yon

Advertising,, Rates on Application our national law-making body. Although the following incldsnt I was among those voting to I | dark lantern out of 'en
Such an attitude Is not a healthyone. I took place In far away Chicago, give President Roosevelt full au-i and a jimmy! ,
It Is not conducive to the it was relished almost aa much as i thorlty to reorganize the government ) us everything wins be W

Sharge Dropped.-Gainesville Sun. You don"sbay' spirit of confidence that has be- I if !It happened within the confines and cut veterans costs. All i, as soon as Mr RoOBeVelt
Liquor Lee
at I somebody
come the new order of the day for of one of our local the Florida delegation was on thepresident's In the makeo up
Men'sClub. ,
? Business meantime
confidence meeting of the mod
we must not only have a side except Congressmanatlarge
o- I The story bears a Chicago i not seems to be gettlJi
!In our President and our banking I Sears who was
: If we must have a dictator, we must have people who can institutions, but we must also learn I I date line of several' weeks ago, and ,present.-Ocala! Banner. 1 usual a better and folks humor seem to
to take seriously those ws have goes on to say: -0-- now<
take dictation. placed In positions of responsibil The cigar that GenerAl Ulysses S. I The Florida railroad commIs- were before the finanCIal

o ity. Grant Is supposed to have given to sion is trying to help out the com- was turned off

Better buy everything you need now-before prices start And after all, whose fault Is I It if Horace College of Norton Williams founder Point of, was Norton like mon carriers by permitting and collect themto to be standiii out i.

r'e1' sprouting wings. a congressman goes astray? He thrusts. It institute a delivery the Capitol the other
44 q' the general's military service. Curing the ills of the railroads alto
o-- is no more and no less than the 'i had I' time school let out
power. benefits expected
t Roosevelt finishes with hoarders he should start man we voted for in the last elec. For years it had been kept In the I is one of the atate and national Nathan Mayo wu
N'h i When to meet of our new
tion. If he is unfit now down the steps '
but after it was with Ton
'' t work on road-hogs. Intelligently the Issues that are college decided museum that the,school should discontinue I administrations. a 1 11a bas 8 e e A check of their COli!.

w o bound to come before a national the alumni concludedthat Democrat. showed that thn '
U.'s confined principally law-making body, he was unfit at could be more fit and -o-- 11 cents In cash
There was a time when I, 0. were and It nothing The Florida Advocate of Wau- They
i voted for
the time we
they might
the cigar as well
to have bt
} (' to poker games. was our business to find that out. i smoked proper at than their annual reunion. chula exclaims, "Many a fellow the vay they were and
his last dime !in the postal
0- If we poke fun at a man we have Winstead put to match each .
i iLl And it was that
I so the bankto
t088I and then expect
bank holiday-it crowded Huey elected to office, we are merly of the college's savings alL Tom won. When I
One good thing about the that Norton, grandson I lend him money when he gets
of ridicule
Ing a boomerang what
W8.8. selected to do the he was gonna do
tt Long off the front page. : will come to rest where it belongson honors, which were appropriatelydone in a tight. Surely, people are fun- 22 cents he said he guess.
_.. own front doorsteps.This j jny and get "funnier" every day.
-o our in a Loop hotel. sit up and watch it an
1I More Nervous says the Literary Di- unhealthy condition of lev "And when said Norton, ."I i They had better put their money
I ; 'Children Growing ity toward our government is con- i 11.11 the bank, good Florida real es- _
about parents? light this cigar with tremblinghand I tate mortgages or something else
+ gest. What tinually gnawing at the foundations -
!It is not alone a tribute to
the rest of the State
of our democracy. The difference i that will pay them well for its use. De
Roosevelt become In the attitude of the average the spirit of him whom you call | The postal savings is a very poor' are frettia' and wor-
t According to hoarding American and the average founder, but also to that Titan way of letting your money make ( ) what to use? for money)
unfashionable pastime." among statesmen who was never Two cent is Library is sittin on top
an "exceedingly Englishman toward his govern money for you. per
too exalted to-be a friend. world even if it Is located
small amount for
awful any-
l o ment la well Illustrated by theyear's an
N, r : It was a touching scene, an Nor They got 'cash'
Schoolboys a generation or so from now will have to biggest theatrical success in ton lifted his cigar lighter. It was one's Journal.money The to postal earn.-savings de- W. T. Cash, librarian.
Erb of In
each the two countries.
": memorize the date, Saturday, March 4, 1933. England it was "Calvalcade," a I I more so when be began to puff. I partment is Dot the community asset -
The first puff was satisfactory, I'm I
bank is.-Florida Advocate guys really sony for
of your ,
o stirring pageant English history I on the second, the cigar exploded. poor merchants with j
.. and bank holidays, but nobody since Victoria, patriotic to the last
We hear about road holidays full! of goods and a Pock
in the United States theyear's
degree; I
7 about a holiday with pay. BIDDING standin' 'round. The old
says smash hit was "Of Thee I -0--.1
I City folks bid on hearts and spades. I trips merrily on, and no
o Sing," a musical satire, based on '' INSECTS-END OF WOULD '
(Bidding a slaJ.O.\Iery'rarels: ): They sure are takin'
"Bringing home the bacon" has always been a hard job the blundering follies of those at' But the bidding"that helps out a chin right now and takin'
the helm of our ship of state.' As viewed R.' L. Sebastian,
it's good trick-if you can do it. farmer's purse It won't last much longer
but nowadays a
One entertainment sent its research American Agricultural
spectators Is the bid on a crate of berries. director of and when things do open
D -- I home with a feeling of ting- Chemical company, the
-- bettin' do land of
they'll a
,+{h, '' Whatever you may think about the "new deal," we're ling pride; a solid bit of substanceto rSTRANGE, CELLM ATE end of the world, in so far as the ] .

of the deck. grasp In these troublous times. human race is concerned, is more
done from the top I
its being
pretty sure The other turned its patrons out There are many different ways of likely to be brought about by Insects of
folks call It an 'act
with illusions shattered and noth- invoking good behavior. Some than by disintegration of the

ty Babe Ruth has refused to take a salary cut. Wonder if ing to take their place except a mothers threaten to deliver their planet upon which we live. Accord- you want ask me of,a I'm better bettin'name.the
of "oldHarry"
without him? feeling that perhaps we could not offspring into the hands ing to this authority:
could possible struggle along a year of "Heaven" were Just
t we .
( be much worse off if we had no ; some husbands offer candyas A single family_of Insect pests, and surprised as we
-o a reward but the other day at about the
government at all. the aphides, could bring their
More than half the people in Anamosa, Iowa, are in the Let us try and get back to the the State Farm someone Jokinglytold destruction of the world's vegetation paper they and picked found out up about

penitentiary. Because of Animosa animosity, no doubt days when calling a man a "con- a negro prisoner that if hedldD.'t in a comparatively few years earthquake.
gressman" was a term of distinction behave himself be would be if they were not held in check by
o rather placed In the cell with Zangara.The of foes. Birds
than derision. If our scores spiders, the Creator did have any
They tell us that the history of restaurants can be traced I representatives continually deserve darkleturned about three beetles/ destroy great numbers of the
do with it, only pos
4 back to the sixteenth century. So can some of their soiled censure, it is our fault, so let it shades whiter' and pleaded, "No, aphides, and they are also sub- would be that In Hu
be sub. Don: Jfr .dat. He mought the of :;
,.cs constructive criticism. and not jected to ravages deadly par- He knew that if any sec
4 r ,, table linen. ridicule. think I'se ,a president, too. asites. Aphides, are found in near- take
the world was able to
6 o -0---- ly every quarter of the globe; In .0'o' that and get over !it, the
back in stage-coach days wouldn't ORPHANS the United States the various aphides Southern California
If we were living you ? was--
I ]
SEND THEM HOME A near tragedy was enacted at which attack the turnip, cab- ; Those
word poor
until along about the my
read about Roosevelt's inauguration the post office last week. Fifty bage, bean, potato, pear, apply and there may be down right

t i first of May. One hundred and ninety two Ancona biddies a week or so old, other crops, cause a loss to American they're a long ways from
I + 0---- I trespassers on the property of the were shipped here to a woman who farmers running into millions
'Southern Railway System were has never been heard of In these of dollars.Nature.
Here's wishing the Boy Scouts success in getting up their killed during 1932; 227 were in- parts. They stayed in the post has provided countless courage and faith and

proposed library. If you have any books you can sparegetin jured. This tragic Increase in the office a day or two, and although insect pests, but she also has pro- spirit will carry 'em

touch with a-Scout. f' number of deaths as comparedwith ted they continued to chirp louder vided foes of such pests, with the They'll clear away the
former years la attributed to and louder as if they knew they result that vegetable life is main- rebuild yet greater cities.

o the general prevalence of unauth- were being sadly neglected. tained on a sort of "teeter" arrangement .

It is stated that it cost New York City $50,000 to put 'orized train riding during-[ the cast At last, in desperation (the noise There is a constant DEPARTMENT COSTS

Mayor Jimmy Walker out. That's cheap compared to whatit year. was getting pretty] bad by this struggle between vegetable and insect WITHIN GAS TAX
There seems to be a vast horde time) the post"oft'lce disposed of life. Should this balance be
cost to keep him in. of unemployed young men and them to the 'nTghest bidder, and upset and Insects multiply without -
i expen
-0 I boys wandering throughout the the chicks departed to their new check, vegetation would rapidly Road' Department other than Fed
of funds
l: Some unkind has remarked that it would be interesting United States today. Fully three- home. Fortunately, because of disappear from the earth. to Florida, will be
a fourths of this wandering throngare their youth, they may grow to There has been much specula-
to,..compare some tombstone inscriptions with the re- without that the anticipated yield
under thirty years of age; and fryerhood knowing tion on the part of astronomersas tax.

:',; cordirfg Jrngel's notebook. one-fifth are mere boys, still in their owner wasn't thoughtful to how the human race may perIsh is estimated three cent in gasoline the budget

I ** o their teens. A few of these boys ) enough to call for them-without by the cooling off or disintegration $6,000,000,"

are as young as thirteen or fourteen knowing that they are poor orphan of the earth but a much told
Spring is near. The sap's up in the bark of the dog- but the great majority are biddies in a strange land. We hope closer possibility of the doom of C. B Treadway recent Inter-

4 wood.-Times-Union. We thought all the saps were racing seventeen, eighteen and nineteen, so. mankind Is seen in the insect pests "The men department in a has no In

up and down the highways just out of school ready for work, that Infest the earth. If, in the of asking the legislature
and there la no work to be done. WE.OBJECTAccording course of the. future, insects get allocation," he Said
o The railroads in recent months the upper hand in the economy of .

j A host of down-and-outers no doubt got a big kick out have shown that large corporations to his press agents nature and their propagationshould Sale fairly Balls-

of reading about one of Rockefeller, Jr.'s checks being turned' can have hearts. They Issued a Cab Calloway originated "scat"singing. be unchecked, vegetation for this time of year. Sea
plea that the older men, those who There must be some mis would disappear and mankind in production has oc
down during the moratorium were experienced in rail hitch hiking take. We're sure we heard those would wind up Its existence by ,

t ...0 instruct the younger ones In same noises once when a friend of starvation.-Tampa Times. -
the finer points of the game That ours got his foot caught In a bear -0--
Several of our readers have remarked that they are enjoying .
e such instruction is needed was Illustrated trap. WHITE HOUSE BATHTUBSAn Come--
I "Bob Jones Comments on Here and Hereafter, thee by the tragic accident ----

i new feature of our church page occurlng here several months ago, 1'1\i.sO' RV'DEAR interesting historical side- ,

3 In which, two young men, who were to light Is contained in the Inaugural
sleeping with their heads on the Every night. before going edition of the, Washington Star regarding -
7 1, Will Rogers Tailed the California mishap "an old fashioned railroad track, were killed when a sleep, you must '''both say: "I'm the "White House Bath-

earthquake." Arthur Brisbane spoke of it as "a succession train came along before they awake sorry, dear." Then you'll both tub Controversy." While most of
sleep well, and there won't be that
us take for granted the Improve-
A of comparatively mild shocks. ened.Almost Jealous, hostile, hangover next
every day, members of ments we now enjoy, the march of
morning.-Clara Bow, film actress,
o this wandering horde stop at homes progress has run into obstacles now
t .! Scientists say that the average girl baby learns to talk, here and ask for a bite to eat. giving "prescription" for martial and then. ,
one month earlier than the average boy baby. Perhaps that, Some housewives feed them, and happiness.Fm The Bathtub Controversy Is reported -'
believe that
some should be
they aa follows:
sorry that I trumped your ace,
:is because they try so much harder. discouraged by1 sending them on I should have been more carefuLIt "Very few people know that great

to- their way hungry. But whether excitement attended the installation -
f was, I know, a sad disgrace,
Foreign newspapers are offering Uncle Sam almost as they are fed or not a few But I sat in a chalrfulOf of the first White House bathtub
words should be spoken to try and
remedies for his financial situation as well-meaning chewing gum that awful kid,
many persuade them to return home for
Aloyslus Van De Smother "When the charming and fastidious
:friends offer a fellow for a fresh cold. that Is where they belong In times Had stuck behind a cushion there.I Dolly Madison was the
f like these.
o wish I were his mother! First Lady of the Land she had

Recent publicity should help set straight the schoolboywho a rooms set apart for bathing and
A GOOD TOTE "That's quite all right," he says bathtubs of a crude order were
thought that moratorium was a word society people use to her, placed therein. The move causeda ,

N; when they speak of an undertaking parlor. It Is encouraging to see that people But to himself he L murmers, "Grrrl"! great stir throughout the land, r1,,

I o are more and more taking an Mrs. Madison stuck to her gunsor -

Interest in the way public offices I I'm sorry that :we missed the play, rather, her bathtubs 1
1 While most of us are advocating more restricted immigration are run, and the men they elect to They say it was a honey. "But when Andrew Jackson, the

t we are asked to bear in mind that Mayor Cermak run them. But I could not get tickets dear, fiery, hot-headed Man of the Pea
For neither love was swept Into office a few
t nor money ple
from Czechoslovakia Up until this year the election of
i : to the United States
came school I'm sure you'll like the movie show years later, the bathtubs were all
trustees has brought out a )
t o removed. It un-democratlc
That's playing the Casino was
handful of
mere voters. This year
ht.. The average American buys less than one book a year, 100 ballots were cast In Starke It's all about a sweet young thing to bathe, said Mr Jackson. Not
alone. Who falls for Valentino only that but physicians discredited -
t ; i while spending $10 for candy over the same period. So that'swhy tubbing as an unhealthy prac-

? most of the volumes we lend come back with chocolate want Keep the up right the good men work In office! If we we, She says." "Perhaps* it's just as tice and clergymen condemned it

thumb prints. must help put them there. well. as another one of Satan's wicked
o But to herself: "It Ie, like h-!" lures.
---- "For many years the bathtub

'' ::' "Franklin Doer Roosevelt," the Fort Myers News-Press Avery Powell says that every If anyone has apt local bill to was a controversal subject, just as

renames the president. But the Miami Daily News says that"Delano" sheik wishes he could borrow Mal- be introduced in the legislature, prohibition is today Ministers almost -
colm Campbell's racer to take his now is the time to begin work on universally censured it andmany
if the
is rather descriptive too, you use common
sweetie for a ride. But why A it. They must be advertised for state legislature. levied high I r

r plispronounciation: "Delay-no" Model T will park Just as well thirty days before introduction taxes on bathtubs, while a few even + !/,

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