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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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.YTM1l1 r immr-six i ._._ STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1034. NUMBER NINE M}

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Business Men's Club Kahr Home ty>stroyed ,Starke IndependentsLose

IvGeodetic Survey Appoints CommitteeTo County Wants By Fire Saturday: Berry Season Football Game Approval! Given ,j%

Boost Farm Road Filling Station Saved On New
Year's Day

Gets Under Way Committees,-for the purpose of State Farm RoadIn Fire of undetermined- origin Opens Locally Starke'a Independent- football ,: ForBigAddition 1 J -

furthering' the interests of the completely destroyed the home of team lost to the Jacksonville Sting-
Starke-State Farm road and' an A. L. Kahr a short distance south ': areas 28-0 In a New Year's .
In This County airport for Starke were appointedat 1934 BudgetCommissioners of town early Saturday night In Small 'Way utruggie on the municipal gridiron Day To Court House

the Monday meeting of the Business _.MembeXe.p:: (. the 'Kant1' familywere here. Jim
Men's Club.. .in their nuuog BUUIOH; near -, '
Displaying clever teamwork and niany''Office t Chiutxra Will Be + ,,0
Carried' Members Of the road committee To Send DelegatesTo the house when the flames broke Few Crate Shipped From Starke spectacular *
passing, the Invaders ,
Being Made When Plans Are ;
part Of Program are: C. H. Nasworthy, C. A. Appear Before Road out. It was necessary to drive abouta And Lawtey During The easily made successful '
,oj... Out In All :Parts Of Country I II Knight and A. S. "Crews. Department mile to' town In order to turn In PostVe Starke's goal. progress toward Completed jAn

Under, CWA' I II Members of the airport commit- the alarm and by the' time the fire j
....' ...' -t'Ia.Id,1.':: Redgrave Williams Parker addition to the county court
.. : and
I ,;....::.. -- tee: are: C. H., Nasworthy, N. The County Commissioners will truck reached the scene flames almost The strawberry season here was inman played ;
and GeodetW a good for house here was approved this week ;?
Coast game the
The V. S. and W. J. Epperson. launch drive to completely covered.the build officially opened but In small
: Sternberg, a have the Starke- a locals In the back positions "Mul by,I the'' Civil Works Administra ;,
which,has been authorized --r1Farm State Farm way, with the shipping of 'several
w Survey --, road Included in the Ing.When let" Smith Starke's huge lineman Lion In Tallahassee. The total es- ,
,ln this state under the.Civil Work 1931 budget of the State Road Department -, It was found that the: crates of berries during the past also did commendable work. timated cost of the project lav
this Prices Show it was announced following house could not be saved, the attention I week. This
Administration, got under way turned game closed the season for $11.000. but only 9111.10 will b& K
week in Bradford,County. O. D. their Monday meting. of the firemen was As far as Could! be l learned, R. F, the Starke Independents.Council born by the CWA, the remainderwill 9 +
Barahart, formerly of Winter Ha- C. C. Butler, State Representa- to protecting the .filling station I Jones at Lawtey was the first In come from county funds. ,

yen,will be in charge ot the work Tendency tiv.i.,appeared before the. board which contains two,.large gasoline and this county to ship a crate. It .'The,.'addition, which will extend "1''''
I here. which will employ ten skilled Upward Monday and requested that some 'tanks. The use chemicals was a thirty-two pint crate of his Holds from 'the north side of the court
l ,action be taken in water prevented this building from I berries
r. 'men.. Immediately an own and brought $3.45.D. : house toward the county Jail, will,
: effort to have this road hard-sur- catching. W. Moore crate be-sixty-nine feet and two Inches
shipped one
A Federal allotment of $2.600- Make It, Is understood that a small
Farm Credit Administration faced. The board Instructed A. J.
work In thE from Starke last Saturday, and by forty-five feet and two inches.
this
for Routine
!000 was made Meet Debt amount of Insurance was carriedon Meet
i' To Thomas
clerk
Attempt to find out the next
i various states-bf the Union. the home. Brownlee Brothers sent eighteen It will .be one story high and of ;
Situation. meeting date of the road depa.rtment brick
thirty-two quart crates rolling construction.
Bklll- .
thousand .
Approximately a to so that, a committee from away on trucks Tuesday. It is be- Requent Made That: Town Be The new part of the building will 'f
led men have already been put Problems of agriculture, debt here might appear before that lieved that they will net approximately Fflnl'ed-Vurftlnt: Bills Are contain offices for the clerk ofthe
To
(work. It Is said and many others and community surpluses, bore the body. KeDy Oppose
,
1 $7.00 per crate. Paid Circuit court, the superintendent of ,,; i'
/ attack In '
,will be added., brunt of government M, utes of the meeting follow in Seven crates have been shippedby public instruction, and the county
According ,to. Washington authorities 1933.. To solve the surplus prob- full: V express. : The City Council of the City of Judge .There will also be a room

. the operations o* the lem the agricultural adjustment Thof Board of County Commllll GreenForHouse E. K. Norman of Starke believes Starke, Florida, met In regular session (or' the-' county records, a school .ts

'coast and geodetic. survey are well act was passed, providing for crop\ loners l of Bradford County Flor-; that he set the record up until January 2, with the following supply [room and several rest f
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(!adapted to carrying out the",pur- control and marketing agreements.To ba, met'at 10:00: a.m. January: '- Tuesday for picking the greatest ,members present: W. L. Wall, rooms..
poses of the Relief Act.: They pro- meet the ,debt situation, the t 934, with the following members Madison Man' Natlveof Bradford number of berries. He picked chairman; O. L. Beasley P. M. In the old part of the building ra

: ,vide for the Immediate'relief of un- Farm Credit Administration was : resent: O. W. Hinson, chairman; Makes Informal Announcement forty-two pints, which netted him Barefoot, W. M. Edwards T. N. the tax. u esllor will move to,tbe 1 ''f

I employment... without lai-ge over set up, and lending agencies that j M. Rosier, L. I.. Conner. Mallory 14.6O.. I* J. Green of Starke also Kendrick. Mlnut---.-- nf the last room now occurred bv the tax cols
I head expenses or the creation of had been scattered under the old:[Thomas, O. W. Andrews. ----- picked forty-two pints on the same meeting. were read and approved. lector. (The assessor's present office -

. i coattail obtigations.. and- at the Federal Farm Board, Treasury, Re Minutes of last% regular meeting James R. Kelly of Madison, day.All A committee, H. H. Lewis, W. S. wile be set aside for a county,

time theyproduce' esuitaofsame construction Finance! Corporator I 'and special meeting of December state's attorney foe the Third Judicial growers state that if present Sibley, George Cone' R. R. prevail agent and county engineer.:' Tb.sheriff's _
lasting value which ara widely used' and Department of Agriculture! 18 read andadopted.Application Circuit, will. be a candidatefor weather conditions continue pick ,, appeared before the council office will be ,enlarged to''
during normal' times *and are were grouped under one head an : 'and Congress from: the Second FlorIda lags will materially Increase'by the presenting petition asking that the take the room now occupied by the, bh jg i
:urgently needed la'the prosecution. broadened. of John Mary District, according to an informal first of next week. city fence the town. The council county judge, and the office now. 1
'of other relief projects. As much 'Fourf Types Of Credit Snowden for pauper allowance, announcement! recently made Shipments through Saturday at advised the committee that used by the clerk of the circuit,
regional as the bU- Department of Agriculture fures which was laid over from last Plant City found the season, total I same court will be
!of the work Is in Jacku+avllle.c .. would be taken under advisementand Converted Into a county
of moving only 'show that In 1932 farm mo month, was refused. mounting past the first third ofa court
reau has a policy Since 920, Judge Kelly who for If there was any chance to room. .
key men to new localities,employ. gage indebtedness ,was ab Name of J. C. Box was stricken eight years warn;the judge of the million pints as 3 l,122 pints had some' help from the CWA get No definite date has been set for. lzi,
they
ment Is widely. d1stri Uted. I $8.000,000.000.: For the year, e from the pauper roll. Madison County :Judge's Court has been shipped.. Ten solid cars and would try to get a project throughon work to begin on this project. Req-

The work to' be accomplished Ing last March:approximately ? A letter was received from Coverer been the state's attorney for the Ifty-two pony refrigerators were same, and advised that the City uaitioDl;,'tor materials, were seat to I

'during the present :year consists farms out of every 1,000 were David Sholta commendingthe his Third Judicial ,Circuit,..which Includes let out during Thursday, 'Fridayand of Starke was not financially able Tallahassee this week but have not s
: of volved to transfers for debt. 1 board for complying with Saturday of last week. These been heard "
of control' surveys ,and seven of the counties in the to undertake such a task at this yet from.
chiefly to 'modernize' tbe coastal Four types of credit are ptov d request to secure a traffic patrol Second Congressional District, shipments brought the season I Workron; the school projects In

charts.surveys under the new set-up by the P- I' for' the county, but stated that Madison Hamilton, Columbia, Su- mark through that date to sixteen I time.Motion made by O. L. Beasley the.COUDty has not yet begun although' ...
the
It' not be from
could
part of oral Land Banks production c same; paid wannee Lafayette, Dixie and Tay cars and an even BOO refrigerators that any run made by the fire requisitions for materials,
are department
i i The control surveys -*'* CWA allotment and would have to I "
intermediate .
have been
the entire'countrywith corporation; lor. He was born In old Bradford outside the city limits I filed.
a plan to cover es be paid by the county.
and banks for cooper .
banks which forms Bradford 'Allce'nWonderland"Coming the firemen i
so County now would receive
of triangulation no
network Motion by :Mallory Thomas, sec- pay
Will be'more than I In each of the twelve region and unani- and Union Counties, and began the To Ritz Soon from the city. Motion was seconded -
,that no .point : ,000,000, In onded by L. L. ;Conner
$
'twenty-five miles from a triangulation By issuing interestthe ed, mously passed instructing Frank I practice of law back in 1903 In and carried. 14No'\Speed\ Traps"SholtzRequests
with guar
bonds
: station. This requires that the Federal Land Banks we r' Trimmer' architect to proceed I Baker County. Something entirely 'new and The following- bills. were,ordered
'chains be not more than fifty miles ges with the arrangements to have an Recently Reappointed novel In the entertainment field paid:
farm mo
to assume
I apart Eventually it Is contemplated mltted agencies, er extension built onto the county In 1909 be served Baker CountyIn will be offered local patrons at the H.. E Lagergren, balance fi
'
held by private ature and that I "
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that these distances will be foreclosures court house under the Civil, Work... the.State, Legi: Rita Theatre Sunday and Monday. due on survey of canal$17.00
reduced to tweatyflve-and twelve to' stop half a minion,fi applied Administration. .. same year be moved to ':'Madison "Alice in Wonderland" has, been R.C. Buford fire
mile*;respectively: Engineers are Nearly tot .1,700,000,000 ort- Motion was duly'made and car where he has lived eve aince.-Oov- brought to the screen by Paramount fires ____.__,___....-_, '.00 : Governor. Wants Road 'Patrolled li +
awe to appraise wbat. tills would loans 'between. "- 'and ried that Kelvin McKlnney be allowed ernor Sholtz in June last year reappointed ,;in'astonishingly real fashion W H. Tatum. fireman- two But WIU Not Permit, 1t'

'have meant In saving of expensive gage 1. S7 ,OO advance on his next Judge Kelly for his fires _____....____.____. 2.00 Nuisances ,f
December l'
alter- fourth term the state's
detached surveys 'often with loatfvhicn month's salary; same to be applied as attorney With .Charlotte Henry playing Hubert Priest' fireman, one 'ti'
'
Geared.to'; grant
i I.nauve....u roil.?..., m nvnldance of er- amounted; to only $27,6100 la on the purchase of his motorcycleand for the Third Judicial Circuit the title role. the film offers Lewis' fire _____.__...._.______. 1.00 "Speed Trapa"Into which the ':, 7
J !rocs ,la boundaries,.of. ropertlca'and 1932. the _land banks stfja up to be deducted in Installments Judge Kelly said that he would Carroll's Immortal classic With Cbas. Darby fireman, two unwary {motorist Is lured by traffic '

political units; in the prevention their lending from $3,900 in from his salary each.month until formally announce his candidacy such surprising realism that the fires ___.___-___...-_. 2.00J. officers and then arrested and.
rf costly litigation, and in .to $1S8,3 2.ooo in *mber, and announce his definite platform fantastic figures seem to be alive D. Griff, fireman. two fined will not be tolerated by Oov, "
"many other respects if' the ,country July a" of paid.Floyd Green was appointed at- within the next month, probably Pictorially" the picture is perfectCostumes fires ___?--__--___?..._ 2.00J. ernor SholU In hie traffic accident '
total more than/0,000-/ i
could have started off with or torney for the Board of County following a visit la Washington and sets have been L,.Peek, Jr., fireman two prevention! campaign, according toa' '",
months. ;
, such a system:, 000 Big In the Response fINe In Bo Commissioners for 'the ensuing, where he will "look in" at the. comIng copied exactly from the drawingsin fires __.._______?_._..? 2.00 letter) received here by A. .J. ;

'That this'plan Is approaching the end of Nove fngmort- fear at the same salary as last. Congressional cessions.The < the first edition of Alice. All Austin Winkler fireman, one Thomas, clerk of the circuit court., i'.Ii.!1\4

realization Is evidenced by the fact By loans' were being He at and year. I the Second' District counties comprises of the actors and the cast Includes fire ?_.___.__?_____...._ 1.00 The following menage was sent !{ ,,'
1 that at least 13.000 miles of triangulation gage rate of $3,000.000 a di outstanding Dr:W.B. Parks was reappomtod following : Baker more than forty big "names" Wilbur Grlffls, fireman, two out to all county clerkst ;J. "

'Will be completed during loans totaled 5,000.-, county physician at same salary as Bradford; Union, Alachua; Marlon -are made up with equal atten- fires _________________ 2.00 TO ALT. CLERKS OF THE. ;:''!:' :.. "%
t
the fiscal year ending, June 30 000 compared' with fl.000 on last y.ar.Ernest. Levy GUchriet'. tan.y.tt.:: ,;Taylor tion lo detail. Junior McDonald fireman I CIRCUIT COURT;' "" '', rte'

I .1934.: '*. June 80.: Other types flZ i out- ; Byrd was reappoln.ad: as* Columbia,Dixie< Hamilton and Jefferson.Suwannee R. Miss Henry makes a charming, one fire ___?_.___.____ 1.00 :. While I have '. requested that J ;, ""
Madisonr ;
.ft
first-Order y Leveling standing Including t$0 cooperatives janitor for the ensuing year a A. Green of Starke is the and very real "Alice." Paramount A.: E. Wall, fireman one fire. 1.00 wherever possible provision.b y ru J!a
In first-order the and productlf edit associations same salary as last year. -present had more than 7,000 applicants for R. C.. Buford one day re- made.for highway patrol for th.{ ;,< f. ,
precise love tag Congressman. ; t
I proposed.:' ,spacing of the : totaled $5 *.000, ., Bond of Kelvin McKlnney, ,as ,. the role; and couldn't have founda threading hose 'and 'fire next three months/' w&at. it'dla-/ ", .

., same as for the tr1ao&'Ulation-lSOO., Meanwhileprices, (early l ,aII deputy .sheriff, .was approved:;., better choice if ten times the hydrants _-___._._____... 4.00Register tlnctly understood that I have bo y P. I,
:' Wiles apart It Is probable that farm products advanj and Secretary Reports of county judge and Mrs.. T. J. Alderman number had applied. She Is natural, Motor Co., one tire: sympathy with so-called "speed! \4 i

.greater use of bench-marks Is Wallace estlm the 1933 prison Inspector' 'were. received and. Found Dead in Home she looks the part and! has coasid-! and tube for Ford Truck.. 21.10 traps', and the .annoying of our +':

made by engineers than of triangulation gross farm Income ,.00,000.- approved -..,. erable acting ability. W. W; Balsden feeding and tourists and winter visitors. ir"";. il.';1\ ,
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points. ,The addition of 000, compared ,,with/43,000,000 ,The list of pensioners from ;Mrs. Maybelle Alderman teacher Acting credits should be spread caring for prisoners...... 16.60 I Recently I have received A number .

':about 85,000 miles of leveling to last year. ,. Bradford County;received from the In the high school here was found generously throughout the entire Nick. Thomas, one night special of complaints from residents of'f
the previous 85.000 will bring the Part' ofthe'" Inc however Pension Department was approvedand .dead hi her home early last Friday] cast and crew-in particular the polio duty......:___. 2.00J. .other states to the effect that they ,;1 .

aim much closer to- realization.This was cancelled by 111 in prices clerk'' instructed- 'so. :notlfy' night a bullet wound In her, bead Twesledum and Tweedledee scene B. Sapp, one night special! have "stopped on our roads by \

work?wM be' done to about of things the fa kys.* Thus, the Pension Board.AppUcaUon apparently having,'been the ause ,between Jack Oakle. Roscoe Karns, police duty____.____._.. 2.00 alleged deputy sheriffs and constables ?1. 7
>eighty per cent of the states.'. while the Index of 1 prices ad- of )Ira: J.'P. Dicken.OD.tor' of death., No note or other explanation ;and Miss'Henry and the work of I W X. Wall councilman, 2.00 and requested to post'' cash ;

Progress in both. these classes of vaaced from 60 arch (with widow's pension was approved. was found for what investigating Louise Fazenda as the White O. L. BeVsley. councilman.. 2.00 bonds under threat.Of being" ,taken f
'work .Is"'essential 16;the:carrying prices of 110-14 las 100)) to officials declared was sui Queen. Others In the cast Include P. M:. Barefoot councilman.., 2.00T. to jail'oth.rwi.H. 1/1./i.r .
b' 'and extension/of: our pp1ng 72 la November ex'of priceshe Regular' and routine' bills were r d de. .' Richard-- Arles, Rosco Ales, Gary N.Kendrick, councilman. 2.00 Such officers are not legally entitled I11-

program.g1ao'provWed'for' by. < fl. paid ales !nc c from 100 In I approved' and ordered paid. Mrs.-- Alderman, who was the Cooper,Leon' Errol; W. C.- Fields W. )(. Edwards councilman. 2.00R. to accept a bond and I want

nancing'Ysom.NBA-..funds.Grea Marsh: to, 117.0 :m ...be.. ,The"drawlng of a jury for the ensuing wife of-TJ;J. Alderman, Was native Sheets Gallagher Cary Grant Ray. J. Davis bond trustee..., 1.SO It understood that I will summarily 4
The bt 6,200,000 year was laid over until January of:.'.Detroit. 'Mich.' -"She had mood Hattoa. Edward Everett H. L. Brownlee, bond trustee. 1.50The remove from office any officer ,
I pigs and govern 220,000 at a cost otU.oooooo S, because of the lack of time. lived for a time In Waldo and had Hortoo. Baby LeRoy Mae Marsh i American Oil Co.. 60 guilty of.such malfeasance*

; May Head $ to thieWlnter'Smarket The board then adjourned, to lived here for, the past tea yearn Polly Moran Edna May Oliver gallons gas for fire truck.. 10.00C. .The majority of serious accidents 4 q' ,
Supply: launched: meet again FrIday...! ;January B, Wall in Waldo; she taught la the :May Rob lIOn. Charlie Ruggles All- A,.- Knight, 1-0 Retained, on our highways are due to parked

campaign to t the 11M corn 1934. schools .&be,. and was a> member I son Sklpworth, .Ned Sparks and Tax Assessment Roll' cars and trucks, Improperly lighted

"i- -.. + a crop by a fifth e'pig ...P by .A. :THOMAS Clerk.OOSPKX :: at 1ths..,faeultltr theiuBradfard: : Ford Sterling. '. 1931 -..... .,.----._...., 46.00 motors vehicles,} faulty tires. and
BmOeneaei'U ll fourtbJ'beaetlt.pay- : MISSION. NOTES County High School at the time of. ."Alice": I U a fantasy: It I is a com C. 'A. knight, 1-5 RetainedTax brakes and recklessdriving.. f p '

manta will ap $3 OOOOOOO. .. her death.. :She was prominent In I edy; It I bra picture of peculiar pictorial Assessment ,,Roll j Due warning has been given. and ,

; ... Tuesday evening January 9, at.7:3O civic, church and social affairs and beauty. Children. well as. 1932 ____________________ 43.11 now the time has come for, the arrest e
i eb"T.'Get Caalrman- LODGE O1NF1 ,INSTALLED : In tho Mission Hall Dr. F. L. active In the work x>f-the Woman's adults win enjoy it. -- ofv all offenders. ""
ship Of, Territories- ComOongre..mat = The foilo< irs la the Ral- Brooks, ,pastor. Avondale Baptist Club. How the many trick shots were There being no further businessthe Please see that this informationb'passed

"&r. -" '..."'""V.fv." ford Masonfo were Installed Church of Jacksonville1 and widely Surviving Mrs'. Alderman are her made will ever be a mystery'but city council adjourned to the on to your county commissioners ,
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'" -:-- } December 27 coming year: known Bible. Conference worker husband a daughter.Fiances; her they.all were perfect to their execution next. meeting. all law. enforcing officers -
| R. -A. Green" api C. W. warn nhfptsi maswarden- &Del'tueh.., will be' th' :teacher parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brad The Cheshire-Cat fades 1 in your county and your fcxfal ,
eatsto''be'tu! "most likely: successor -. ter;' V. N. senior ; for. the;evening a 1cI.\thoH\ Inter- ley of Detroit;'also two sisters. and awayto a mere head with consummate Lawtey Camp WinsGeorgIa'Florlda I press: ,.

of the late Bolivar B. Kempof L. D, Dobbs, warden; L. E. ested,, in the Bible prophecy, the a brother/all of Detroit' ease; the White Queen turnedinto Title With the Season's greetings, : ,

Lonidana. ftf (cfaairmaa'.et the Moseley, ; ; Bryan Whit- return'of out Lord, dispensations;! Funeral services were held from a1 Sheep; ,the Baby became'a -. Sincerely your i

Terrttorte* '.Committee.although, -. field, ,were MC.: Rosier; truths etc.. are invited to hear this the residence Monday afternoon. at Pig i and so on. Henry Sharp contributed .The Lawtey CCC Camp football DAVE SHOLTZ.
, Representative'?M Duttle ofAla! chaplaln."A bb.. marshal; T. message Prophecy being fulfilled 4:00: ;o'clock, with the Rev., B. M. a marvelous photographic team continued Its march of victory Governor., ':. {
llama may take Usr;job, according W. Shuler. deacon; O. D. In oat day" is one of the most 'interesting Montgomery'' ''of' the Methodist: job throughout by capturing the FloridaGnorgla "i" 1
i to from,,Washlngteo.D.a i"V.' K"Maa.W. studies of Christian people .. SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS
news dispatches. Dobbs, en:; Church conducting.: Interment i.i Conference title, defeatingthe
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\ ; ning.feres.. ant; .., L. 'JefW. now Com. and bear this maBOOtJTII. to Crosby Lake cemetery under the FIND OLD NICKELA Waycross- Ga., CCC team 7-O, Board met''' In regular session '. r

(|ltopr watatrr0 ":-:1: ; "A, ---- direction of DeWitt C., Jones Com blackened sickle dated 1882 ?n a hard-fought game played thereon with members. C. Prevatt> and I' ,.
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issippi tM ranking Btowntug, r was found beneath a sidewalk on New Years Day. W. C. Manning present ,l
,the committee,but has said that he .TO MEET Active pallbearers were I D. P. the Bradford County'Bank corner .Lawtey's touchdown was made Minutes of previous, meeting :

urafefMft to continue as Chairman IFRESBYTEBIAN Charles 1 Imbach: scoutmaster, announces Carpenter,T-T. Long, :E.: K.:Perry" by C. W. A. workers last week. The possible by excellent advances. read and approved. .J.

ref the World Ww,Veterans' LeglJh' *-' Joseph of Charleston i 18. that 'a reorganization stamp. .-Hsi,B. McLendoa,7& ,** men bad been joking about finding ward the enemy's goal by .Whltey, Delegation' from Hampton before ",
;aa yvt Committees, e: "' ':, I C'auth book.''"Chris tt- meeting .of the .Boy. Scout troop Peek sad K. a Walt money around the bank''' building Copeland sad Joe Halle ,, .- the board and hearing the case, relative
)(McDuffU Is quoted .. saying ha salty ewe" will speak at will be held her tonight (Friday) l' Honorary pallbearers were: CL L>, when the nickel: was discovered, W. The Lawtey eleven has not lost to trouble in their school was ''

,[has not given the matter particular the Church Sunday at the court house- at T00; o'clock.: Bsastejr. T. J;; Grime, P. M. Bare A. CoRey, foreman said. s game this season, nor has it been set for Friday morning at. 10:00 r
attention yet' but called atteatloa morning o'clock. ',The sub- All boys who are Interested to taking foot A. 8-: tewS.' W>J. Epperson: cored upon... In Monday's game o'clock. !, .
M rrhe 'Jew ', la',the scoot.work this ,NEW OFFICEKS INSTALLED.TueedayevenlaC'Dee Arrangements were i '"
['to the fact: that he) Is chairman tel Ject'of will part A. J. OrIfft-.D1w&a'd. ,O. A. the entire team displayed excellent otmate'
tarn. Jbuwlar Affairs Committee.' i inamittee and "axe'Cohaaihaa, year. are,urged<< IO-.JJB:' present. ABdrw.K, .. Matthews, A.'Z. Adt..M.J.Ih 24, Bradford form both.on the, offense and de- paylng.-part: of the 'cost y ?,
i audieaces la many .,.f.. 11 watpwrlght.and W A. Lodgr:No. 3S-11'E'AU.. held ,, rialto feeotteproaaeata Ctr c uacyj"ljJtIIIO
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; NEW SEABOARD SCIIEDULE seen that the processing. tax and The biting (awe'of driver ants
I Larson'CorrectsTax tax on Imports ot flogs will remain ; do not release their hold 011 an ob-
":' = RISING GRAIIAlflIII. Gum Branch Seaboard traip schedule changes at ODe cent per pC1n, or $1.00 per i ject even when detached from the
I hundred, live weight, during' the I body and African natives
effective December 31, aa as fol- employ
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Co. EUzabetla' Cs
Ell. .10. Dal'nap,
+' month of 1934 Instead of them
1 'd H.)r. McBs. C.r. lows: r Statement January, as surgical clips for holding
SouthboundNo. increasing to'one and one.halt together,the lips of a cut.
cents pound, 01' $E50: ( hundred .
per per -- .
Happy New Year to all! Mr. and .Ii'll. R. R. Jones ot Misses Dorothy Sapp and Dorothy 1 (Local). due Starke 11.17 ,-- live weight, .iii heretofore ad. '-
f of of this sectlOD Tampa were visiting Mr and Mrs Turner of Starke are spending An equal mixture of linseed oil
A number people p.m. Rate To Remain At One Cent Per vised, Mr. Larson slild.1
at Carl Jones over the week-end.' of this week here with and turpentine, will remove from
few days
: I attended the union meeting a No. 11, (Local). due Statke 8:57: .
rr Lawtey Baptist Church last Sun- 1011's. Iona Byrd of Tampa was Misses,Louise and Apes Sapp. : Pound During January and furniture the white marks caused

1 day. visiting her slater Mra. Kate Star- Miss Elizabeth Hamage returned a.m.No.. 107 (Limited)" due Starklt I February .Kerosene cleans And polishes tin: by wator.

? Those'' who spent the holidays ling last week. Saturday afternoon after spending :9:32 a.m. -- --
c here with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. flati Mr. and Mrs. W1lIard Smith and the past week In Baker County vis- No. 191 (LImited), due Stuke, The processing tax on imports of

i plop were Mrs AUean Fillman and sister M\ss\, Eva Smtth, of Wlnde- Iting relatives and friends.Mr. 10:33: p.m. hogs will remain at one cent per Wake Up Your Liver Bile
a' 'cblldren, Mr and Mrs. Jack Yarcarlas I mere were visiting relatives Sun- and Mrs J. A. Harnage and Northbound pound, 01' $1.00 per hundred, live

a.4 and daughter. Gladys and I day children were visiting Mr and Mrs. No.2 (Local), due Starke &5:08: weight, during the month of Jan-
') Dan Stokes, all of Tampa, and Mr. uary, instead of increasing to one
Miss Cleo Reynolds of Tampa W. J Carter at Danville Sunday
4 + 4t and Mrs. J. R. McClenegen and tpent the week-end here with rela- Miss Gladys Keene was the guest a.m.No.. 12 (Local), due Starke 3:17 and one-half cents per pound, ac- -Witbob Calomel
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; I. Children of Marietta. cording to an announcement Thursday -
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tives. Her mother accompanied _
Edith and Lois
of Misses Rosa
of Pine evel.ecllon p.m.No. J. Edwin
t /Uss/ Auto Harnage morning by Larson
her home. 108 (LImited), due Starke
p : spent Tuesday night with Moore Sunday. collector of internal revenue, Jacksonville And Y u'll Julep this bile I. ot'eowinr fr.dy. row
d Millses Audrey and Vesta McRae. Leon Graves of Windemere waft. Miss Debris,Hodges of OlulJtee, 8:11: Starke p.m. and 'almee Branch I in the Morning dooo't. Gu bloata dla..t.UP ltyu.t:your .tomac'd_,.'ID Yon the

ri Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop were visiting his parents Mr and Mrs.J. who spent the past week here with No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a.m. Mr. Larson has received the fol- --yI a thl.1e, bad t .t..ad your bre.tk
1 & 'vislting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sapp A. Graves, Sunday. Misses Leila and Annie Mae Har- Commissioner It you feel so'\u'\ ok I. OfWD breaks out ID bl.m.
r lowing telegram from the I
No. 102 due Starke 1ISO'p.m.The : .
d the world looks pohk, Your bead aches and you feel do...
afternoon. Billie McEver and Clyde Strick- returned to her home Sat-
at Lawtey Sunday nage ot Internal Revenue. Washington ,
Orange.Blossom trains, Nos. Iowa lot of salts. out Your wbol. .,.tam I. "Ieoaed.
i r) ; MIsse3 Gwendolyn and Ernestine land were visitors to Starke Sat- urday. 7 and 8, NeW York to Miami.'do D. c., dated December 28.. oil, laxative Candy J takes tho.. !Rood old CARTER'
'Buddlngton spent Sunday with urday. Mr and Mrs. T.. N. Norman and not atop here. 1933: gum and expect them LIVER PILLS to g.t tho..two
( 'k Miss, LIllie McRae. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Johns attended daughters Helen ad:! Dorothy, 't "Hog processing tax rate during suddenly sweet alld dailY'u feel. of'uP bile and flowing uP." ThoI'freely contain and mak.
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Flo- the funeral of Mr. Johns' sister, were guests ot Mrs. Norman's parents Two tablespoonfuls' household January slCme as December, one full of aunsbine. harmle.. 'eatl. .ollotabl. _
Mra. Lehaney, In Valdosta, last Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae, ammonia if added to every quart dollar per hundred weight, advise For they can't do .. am.llnw when It comes to ma1d g
R. Haislop Frldav. Wednesday.Mr. Sunday night. of water in which class stemware processors mmedlately. Tax on move the bowels and.a bits flow freely.

b Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs J. P. Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and Is M'ashed will make it bright and imports during, January same ail ment reason doesn't for get at the 'doa't LIttle ask Liver for liver Pill..pili.Look Ask for foe tb.

# t' Turner will be interested, to learn Brooker spent the week with Mr. children were guests of her par take away the cloudy appearance, December published In T. D..4406.Helverlng feeling Is your your U"' C.rter'Little Liver Pills
:of the arrival of a little daughter Roberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. eats, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ClelDons, which Is often left by washing In Commissioner" pour out two \.. the red lab.l. Resent a
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home at Plant City Mrs.I Roberts. water. the It will be let at drug .tore.
in their B. Sunday. ordinary From foregoing bile Into YCUI' bowels C.'1\1\ Co. .___
I Turner before her marriage was -

W"w R Miss Mr.Thellua and Mrs.UnderbUl.K' J. P.,. Hammock i "KEEPING UP WITH THE ONESES"---A: Strike in the McGinis Household ---By POP ,MOMAND

",}r lY and little son, Earl of Jackson- \"HY; SWouL WASTI wORK .&: :Ti'i' -
the week-end here with .,,, 1 :! Z: : ;. WELL,TtofATS OONT 'THIN<. X'M Ni:=: t't5olt.4c5 .
.:ft villa spent ,1W 'e1.5T PART: 0. IHY LIFE! TIME- .x'M NOT EVEN ONLY" FAIR-' : 't1Q -'STARTIN IMON''" II.IAP t-tONE'&T. AL- 'HO'o
Mr and Mrs. J. Me Hersey. 8.,1'016, COOK AND Borr'.e- A MAID--A MAIO -n INTO l I"""flesA5 "
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.WI-fY DoN'T :>N'' WHILE SAT 'TM1"-411: SHa'D CO ApR
1i Mr. and Mrs. 1-1. 1-1. Thomas and WASHER FoI 'tIu LAZY 6ETS A NIOOHT OFF- "' "/tU (BI'If.Eet-fl"
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'.. (pU TAI y t ',children were vieitlng'relatives/in LOAFERS 6'6 Me PI NOW.VOOD eve'''zy W&.eI,< 11' rr EASY ONe: You, CAN 6Er t3uSY.IN f A m, '11-iAT !!!
Hel1bronn section Sunday aft-I RIA&CN WHY Z PTWEveSHOuL.DNT "' .
J I.the\ ''N AWHILE 11KITt.e..a! 1)rh )
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I r', :Mrs. H. 1-1. Lewis returned home A """", -fl.u Au.. OUTBEFORE I
pI)I .\ Saturday from a few days' visit, // :
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,i.iii ''Z e with her,lDother, Mrs. M. J. Fouts, 4
:; t a' at Plant City. : e
''t"fil k" ; : f'J Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews. t : A

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: relatives here Sunday afterri ; {I
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Remember preaching at Pine ; ,, '
Ii ,r. Level Church next Saturday night / r; .

{4) ;!'' }I. I and Sunc2ay". .Everybody welcolDe.J'i '. !
J. ''W. Buddtngton spent the :1

"'d4 ;r week-encl with 1011'1 and Mrs. M. J. (.I..L b Ta.a..e.a gsr..n ___, i '1'&T. '
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,: 1 I r with Miss Mr.Veata'and lcRae Mrs. B.spent M. Sunday McRae 'I .THE' FAMILY ,NEXT D ?R. '; That's the Reason,They n't

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bI: ,'''4', Mr and ::Mrs.R. Do: Thomas and .
.i,r., daughte. M1ea Hazel, and Mrs. H. I .'
''kf ,,1f.1! \ I'H. Howard and children were dlnrl II'
of Mrs. Elsie Howard St
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:Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Howard I e
; children of Fairbanks were visiting
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;Sri ')I... and Mrs. Clyde Kelly Sunday V ,
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Little Miss :Selma Rivers has
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Rivera,
; t Miss' Irene Hines has been visit-

4 ,j inar her brother Roy Hines In Jack-

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}f" : (" :Mr,;and Mrs. Tom Wasdb: and
r : ( daughter, Miss Evelyn. Mr.,, and :
:' ;'S Mrs. Eddie Waedin and babY, Mr. .

fa { and Thelma)Ira.Gunter wUbur all Gunter of Waldo.and were Mias ,I THE 'MAIN..THING ON MAIN STREET: F By 'F.:Van ;," '."

'S\\1 visiting Mr. and. Mra. T D. Dyal
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Wednesday.'y .
J:' W. are sorry to report' Mrs. J. sot- to
Janim m scn s
A' the sick list this 3augi1GvSc coY i i wi' .
liN w. Lewis on, ,
.i\ week. MAItf I a' oa 9A NV. >c +tcti DOrfT' Eat sue. '
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""KID PUIC"I 8N.L'0"
td +r a ''Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Palmer and LSiAXM1CS PER 1k& LOT tOt.IM BYb1irGs4'

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guests of Mr. and :Mrs. ,.1. W.
4.r y ::I,, Padgett.a laDS RCSICRMNGC ..Q-cIN\TI..., ,L.&;. 14 ,YA' ?, o cos riC5 8fu iiv Su00 /'
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children of Graham and 14ra. Dela- MID 1 111 AtAL. '
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-1 I -- -,- --- -, mil from Cranwell to author of phrase "Lafayette, we sr* Ink and blo spot may 1't,38;
withdrawal from world ** b re
dldat. was elected mayor of New Jn..lan4 "
a Judge at Le Morsi martial lawproolalm.d. I. tt here.
Wainsh South
Buy not
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: York, defeating MoXeerecovery move fom .
truc. v.t. Molllson flew from Mar: IB-Col. Fred Kllsrore, com-
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IT- Russian
May 1-House passed the 800,000.-- nominee, and O DrIes Democrat : ROO"a\ \ Africa to BrnilJ. manning fourth regiment of marine bo by applying a paste of

Chronology 000 emergency relief bill. Maxim Lttvlnov Soviet envoy, fe- .an I In two at Shanghai. corn starch and water. '
O. T. llelverlng appointed commissioner elvd by President. r'nt selected Apri -Four Britons 'Brush off ,
Roo.ev.lt flaw Mt. Ernest Torrence, veteran screen
to Moscow over
of internal revenue! and Nov. Franchise Ir.nt.d to ab.lador Iv.r..t when dry Repeat If necessary.
Italian .
J. f T. O'Connor controller ot the women of the Nov. S3- conference April 10-Francesco A..lo. aotor.,
currency.May Nov. IS-Chicago Worlds recessed until January: IS.Deo. broke worlds ... record.averaging May: 16-Dr. John Drier Illbben
: othc : S-Houa* passed Inflation closed.. t.11 S Canadian court ruled Martin 416.B miles an hour. president emeritus of Princeton. NOTICM OF APPI.ICATIO'V' FOR
: I rider to farm bill. Nov. IS-Secretary: of th. Treasury Insull IU.t return to Cblo.o iaI l-apt 8. Karsjrnsk of Po. Prof. : l TAX. UIOKO
passed. the, Uuicle Shoals Woodin took Indefinite leave of for trial. Senegal to Braill. Dr J. C..D :r rCuf.Jr, Notice Is hereby given, that L. O.
bln005I abeence Undersecretary Dan Ach- Deo. Seventh Pan. m.rlo.neont.r.no. June S-Capt. Frank Hawks flew In : PoW.I holder ef Tax C.rlfhat. No. '
; PhU.o1elphl.
Year 1933 May: K-Hous. passed bill to rgulat son resigned and wan. succeeded b opened In MODt.vlel.o from Los Angeles. to New York In May IT.-Clinton polt. day of AU/u..t.. 1831.
sal* ot securities. Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Ur robot controlled plan In 11 hour. loal writer, In Washington.May / has tiled said c..rttlcat.. In mr of- .d.
Jesse H. Jones Deo.alip.r.J&won great vlo- minute flee and mad for tax:
made chairman ot Nov. 18-Francis B. Sayer: ap : Ex-Senator porter 3. Ma-
Reconstruction Finance. corporation assistant secretary: of tory the Chaoo war.Deo. .w.-Jimmy Mattern hopped oft Cumber of North Dakota I Wash deml to Issue therucm In accordancewith
May 8-Rhode Island ratlBsil. pro polnt.c. art 15-Five nations again de at York on world encirclingnight. ington. law. KM Id certificate embraces

hibition repeal amendment Nov. SI-Mob at Ban Joss, Calif fault.1 In ".1 debt payments to the 19 Thomas formerAmerican the following described property sit ,
Compiled by James. B. Conant elected President hanged two confessed kidnapers Slat..i: five made "token" June Mattern landed on Island May O'Brlsn.Grand : ISradfurd County, Florida ,
of Harvard university. murderers ; ; paid I In fall. near 0.10 Norway: dlplom.t at Rp.le. : 44 acre In NB Cor. ot&
E. W. PICKARD Senate. pusasd. bill for federal reg Dec. 8 International Live Stock Franos, Poland and the little entente Harberan and Collar of Mich. t'un NWli. $ec. 84, Tp. 8., H.
ulation of ..ourltl.... exposition opened In Chicago.Deo I agreed on a united front Spanish army: flew from Spain to May >4-Admiral Lord Wemyii of 33 I '

InI"a"m: House defeated' price flx-i: K-Repeal of UlKhteenth I against Germany rearmament demand Camaiiuey. Cuba.Jane British navy.: The Kssasmnt. of said property
;. to farm bilL amendment proclaimed. by the Presldsnt *. 14-Mattern mleslne on hop May SB-Horatio Bottomly: ( of under the said certificate Issued was "t
May 10 Farm relief-Inflation and national prohibition came Deo. Japanese and Manchukuo from Khabarovsk to Nome. London. In the name of L. C. Powell.
DOMESTIC measure finally enacted by congress. to an end armies Invaded Chinese province of June 11-iinrberan and Collar lost May 19-Dan O'Leary. famous Unless said 1 certificate shall be re-
Senate confirmed: appointment of 8-Mary Plckford filed Chahar.Deo In flight to Mexico City.: pedestrian.H. deemed to law tax deed
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Jan. President Hoover's commission Dave H. Morris as ambassador to' against Douglas Lrc. IS-Paraguay and Bolivia July I-Italian air armada began H. Bryn, former Norwegian : will Insue ."rdlnl nn the tst rtay of 'iip' '
on social trends reported.Jan. Belgium. .uPe 11--George Peek resigned .. alr..d. to true In Gran Cbaea war. flight to Chicago via Iceland mlnliter to United States January A. D.. 1934.
a-Miners' war In Chriettaccounty. May 16--Gaston B. Means and Norman of AAA and wa. mad. chief ot July 7-Mattern found safe at May SO-Prof. W. L Elkln of Tale, Dated this 20th day of December, "t
Illinois, broke out again and Whlttaker convicted of' conspiracy I new orlall.atlon to expand foreign/ FOREIGNJan. Anadyr, Siberia aatronomer. A. U. 1S33. .
state troops war sent after two to defraud 1111".. Evalyn Mc July: 9 and Mr*. I.Infl- Jun. William Muldoon, veteran J. THOMAS
persons were killed. Lean In Lindbergh; kidnaping case. I Deo. 14 President Roosevelt President De Valera dissolved berRh began route-plannlnir meat to sportsman, In Purchase, N. f, I .. A Circuit Court,
Jan. 4-Eight hundred enraged ITAdministration's S3.SOO. opened campaign against big Income Irish parliament and called Greenland Iceland and Europe.
000.060 June 6-Henry Rowland. American Bradford County, Floridtt
farm bill election., July It-Italian air l squadron C
Iowa farmers bolted' mortgage for public works and industrial tax cheaters.Dso general author. 12-2316t11.10
sae.' control Introduced In con 81-President Roosevelt. ordered Chile decreed liquidation of great landed at CartwHuht/ Labrador. '
Jan. S-Former President Calvin gress.May. remonetlsatlon of stiver. Coaacn nitrate combine. July: 14-Italian air squadron June 7-Cyrus H. K. Curtis, pub -

Northampton Mass., : 34-Senate refused to Impeach3uUge Dee Roo velt celebrated Jan. Uprisings. In Spain resulted reached Montr.al. usher In Phiadelphia
Xlld/r'IInO:: : : Hoover ordered 30 Harold Louderback of Cali 10-Preld..nt: birthday.INTERNATIONAL. In many: death and arrests. July IB-Wiley Post b iran rounil- June JD-\Vlnch..1. American VYH VOU-
days of public mourning.Jan. fornia. nlr.ftr.t Jan. 34-Prssldvnt D. Valera's the-world Ilrht. and Darius and actor. ,,' ,
It House paesad: domestic May 85-Senate passed Glass bank party: won the Irish Free State Olrenn of hopped ol for June It-Capt. W. P. Wright of
allotment farm aid bill. ing bill with deposit guarantee lections.. I Lithuania-all from New Chicago/ national commander of DEMAND
President Hoover vetoed Balbo and the Italian air fleet arrived G. A. .
Jan. amend muent. Jan. Japanese... troops seised Jan. 38-French cabinet was overthrown
the Philippine Independence bill and May: Z8-Publlo works-Industry Chine. city of Shanhalkwan after In vote on the budget and In Chicago. Harry, M. Jewett. of Detroit automobile -
the house overrode the veto. control bill passed by the hou.a.May bombing It from th. air. 11lwn.4. July 16-Poet r.ahe O..ln In manufacturer vour* 3< INA
Jan. 17-Senate renassed Philip 87-Senate panned railway: Jan 10-Japanese captured Chlu- Von Sohlelcher of Germany record time.Dnrlua I June 19-O. t* Uodenhamer, former Jan
pine Independence bill over Pre l.dent' l. control bill. menkow and advanced Into Je- and his cabinet resigned.Jan. and Glrenas killed In crashof national commander of .American .
veto. A Century of Progress exposition bol province.Jan. pass. 30 Adolf Ht..r., head of Na. their plane near Bold In, Oar.many.July ; Leiclon. 1933 CIGAR VALUE
Jan President Hoover and 'I opened. In Ch loalro. IB-Pope Plus proclaimed a tonal Socialists.' chancel 18-Italian air armada arrived Representative B. IB. Kemp of
President-Elect Roosevelt agreedto May: 89-House passed bill abrogating holy year of and Germany.Jan. at New York. Louisiana..
open war debt negotiations with /gold clause In all obligations.May / .. pilgrimages. prayer penance 31-Kdouard Daladler formed July: 83-Wiley Post completed June SO-Paul Heater American 1
Great Britain. flight around world In T day IS ptaywiaht.Kone/ More
81-Roo..ev.lt farm credit Jan. 31-League of Nations comrjkttee new lovernm.nt fop France. ,
Jan. 31-Benator H. B. Hawes of system. approved by the house of 111 hop. of SlnoI Sandlno. hour 44 minute Pastor Stoken, radical I leader th 6'
!gave up
Missouri fslsrned. Juno. S-Senate limited reductions .$fane.. conciliation.I rebel leader made .. Nlcaral"u..n July 11-Capt, J. A. Molllson and June Representative U. u Al. choics H_. f
Jan. S3-Tha Twentieth amendment In veterans'' bonus payment to 25per I defeated by Paraguay- President Sacaso.Feb. his wife, Amy Johnson, flaw across mon of Alabama. plos other .
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to the Constitution. ending cent. I II I\", S olvlan. battle In the Chaco. S3-Revolutionary movement Atlantic from Wale and crashed at July 1-A. U. nriklne, motor car .
lame dtiok" sessions of congress/ Prof. Harold W. Dodds elected \i9Jfan. 24-Colombia- appealed to algn'iorles broke out In Cuba. Stratford Conn. ofllclal. In Mouth Broil Ind. ported tobacco .... a
was officially: adopted when Missouri -I presld.nt of Princeton unl.eraltr.odeo. : of the Kellogg pact and Feb. Incendiary. fire partly: destroyed .. July ai-Hall.n air squadron I.r July a-Hu..1 Boardman, American .
the thirty-sixth state to approve 3-Senate pasted the gold Peru to the League ot Nations In the Helahstag building tn New .ua
ratified It. :: abrogation bill. Berlin. Seven American army flyer killedIn former presi only priced .
their dispute Letlcla. Ilpollto
Woodburn Chase. resigned over Oceanmide, Cullf. 11110".0 I babe
Dr. Harry June Reconstruction Flnanc Jan. 86 Secretary of State Stlm- March National Socialists. and crAsh of plane at .
.. president of the University corporation granted loan of 150,000- son Invoked the Kellogg pact against. Nationalists won In German elec Aug. 7-Rossi and Cndoa of France July 6-C. N..n Haskell. nut governor dpat. JOHN
of Illinois to become chancellorof 000 to China to buy American wheat tions. made record non-top flight from of of
: Peru In the dispute with I Oklahoma
Now" York university.Jan. Colombia New York to Kayak Syria. I. OO HawkIns RU
Stlmson Invited and cotton 10-Japanese government .- Premier Venlselos defeated In Anthony: Hop
Secretary nations to June 6-Illinois voted for ratification Jan. quit the League of NatIons Greek elections.March mile. ,uln novsllst. -
all non-defaulting .
It Italian air Beet arrivedat
of prohibition repeal amend Dictatorship establishedIn AUK. : Gould Nsw
3 Nations
conference on war. debt. after Feb. -Leagu* of council I-Bdwla 101'1
Rome.
ment.. Austria. .. '
March Congress 4.' voted $00,000,000 for House. passed. railway oontrol bill. url..d Paraguay., and and admonishedPeru Bolivia. tooeos March r-T.aldarl. made premierof Sept. I-Gen. Francenoo de Pineda, fnanol.r. -Prof. Irving Babbitt. ot ol D' a
famous Italian aviator frilled aNew ,
loans.<" June Indiana voted for repeal against armed resistance to Greece. Harvard. _
farm Jan. 36-Senat* passed th* Glass ot prohibition ratIfication Colombla'e legltlmat polio actionIn March 8-Hitler extended control York.Sept. July IS.-Gilbert N. Haug.o former "marked down t
bill. June 8-Robert P. Skinner appointed Letlcla. over all free state. Florence Ktln..n.mlb. consrreHftman from .
banking Jan.: 'SO-Hous* passed bill to enable ambassador to Turkey. Feb. Colombia severed diplomatic March 83-Hitler became dictator noted pilot, killed In cr81. July 20-M, s. Johnson.a.former 5c.'JOHN RUSKIN
debtors to avoid bankruptcy June B-Senate passed. publlo relations with Peru and actualwar of Germany.: International air race at senator from South Dakota IetbeeaJdgagivinYou
and the Glass banking bill. works-Industry control bill. began In the Latlola region. March Nationwide boycott on Sept. l5-Col. Uoiooe Turner let Viscount. Ilurnham Brlt.b nsws-
Feb. 4-House refused to out pay: June 10-President. lent to congress Feb. Si-Severe fighting between Jews proclaimed In Germany. new W..t-to.J.t tran.nontn.ntalreeord paper publlaher.' full 1933 slue
of congreflmen.Feb. government: reorganisation orders Chinese and Japanese began In J- March 31-President of Uruguay July: 26-Louise Closasr H..I.novelist for 5
7-Senate ousted Sergeant. atArm. saving about 838,000,000., hoi province. mad himself dictator. Sept. aO-Ru.elan .baloonl..U. as- and artrens.July your -
David 8. Barry for traducingIt Prof. William K. Dodd of University Fb. 14-Japan rejected and China Pope I inaugurated the holy year. ended It miles for Bchuylsr of .nm.
In magaslne article. ot Chicago mad ambassador to accepted the League of Nations report April 8-Western Australia voted Nov. to-Settla and Fordney ascended former 1..j.f Colorado. Try a few today.

Roosevelt. called conference of all Germany; John : Mllwauke on Manchuria Th r.port was to.secede from the oommon..alh. 1.11 feet In stratosphere Aug. S. 1.rd. veteran Ton wiU enjoy '
governors In Washington March .. ambassador: to dta:1: ; LincolnMaoVsagh adopted by .. and the April 19-Masonic balloon Akron, Ohio. Journalist of New everyputt
Feb. 14-Governor Comstock of of Connecticut minister to Japanese delegation withdrew.Feb. many dissolved and reorganised oa D.a Colonel. and Mrs. Llnd- Aug. S -Louis m Shlprnan. American .
Michigan proclaimed, an eight-day Greec. 35 China recalled hr minister "Christian ba.I. flew across the Atlantic from playwright
banking/ holiday.Feb. June 'Massachusetts. vot.d for to Japan. April S3 women >oted for Bathurst, Africa to Natal, Brasll.Deo. Aug. 6-J. li. Oliver of SuthB..I
16-An anarchist. GiuseppeZangaro. repeal of prohibition United State Indorsed Leagu* of first time In municipal elections.April 11-The Llndbsrsrhs flew over ., plow manufacturer.Aug. B
fired five shots at Franklin. June 14-Senate passed Independent Nation policy: In Slno-.Tapane af 39-Revolt fernk out In the Braslllan jungle from Manaosto 14-Dr. Frederick I Starr, anthropologtst. .
D. Roosevelt In Miami,.missing him, ounces bill with amendment concerning fair. Cuba with landing of two expeditions. Trinidad. In Japan
but fatally wounding Mayor Csrmak veterans' costs opposed by Feb. 37-Great ttrltatn Imposed In Orlente." Deo. 18-T. Lindbergh landed atMiami Aug. 15 Alan Window ot Chicago,
of Chicago.Feb. President. arm embargo Japan and April SO-President Sanches Cerroof famous war aviator.Aug. ."A
16-Senate adopted resolution I June 15-Congress yielded to the China. aa-alae Peru assassinated.May I IT-Rsar Admiral C B. Mor --
for repeal of Eighteen! ,. ,. President on the veterans' compensation March S-Paraguay senate' voted >8-Hitler smashed all fre NECROLOGYJan. gan. U. 8 N. '
F.b. Resolution .for prohlbl.1! Issu. passsd. too Indapsnd-. for of war against Bolivia. trade unions In Germany.May : Aug. is-Mart Cahill American
tion repeal passed by th. I eat office bill and adjourned d.olaraton. : S-Irl.h Free State abolishedoath 1-5. P. Hendron, general actress. JohnRuskin
Feb Appointment announcedof i Jun 10 President Roosevelt March 4-Jehol City occupied by: to the British king. manager. of Alton railroad. CMcago. Aug. Consrrsssman W. W. Wat-
Senator Cordell Hull .. secrstaryot started on vacatlou to CampobelloIsland. the Japanese. May: 8-Mabatma' Gandh beganflOth.r ion of P .
stats and William H. Woodln. of. March Martial law vat proclaimed $ fast and ... Jan.' I-M. Bell Mo.ko..lt Aug. 28-W.vIa.BI.ht..1 of flan
N.w York as seo.'itary of the treasury Joseph B. Eastman appointed federal In Pelplng/ because of advance released Democratic of York Francisco head companies build-
In the Roosevelt. cabinet.. '- co-ordtnator of transportation. of the Japanese; Marshal Ignas .t.t'effro .-.I.cte president Jan. I-Dr. Wllhelm Cuno. Ins Boulder dam.
Feb. Z3-Conaress passed 33.08.000.000 .- June 12 -Annual meeting/ of Chang Hsueh-llang resigned a* Chi of German chancellor. Sept. I-J Phoclon Howard, veteran
naval appropriation chairman bill.J. American Association for the Advancement ll**. commander Tn North China. May: U-iru..lan diet dissolved Jaok plckford. movie C and snorting man at
O. Stone resigned/ of Science opened In ChI. March Mussolini offered four- 'until actor In Paris. m.rloa" Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

ef Feb.farm It-Hou.board. of representatives cago, power peace plan British. May: 88-Hitlerite* won election In Jan. S-Calvin Coolidge former Sept. S-G. T, Mary*, former American BEST AND BIGGEST
June 10--10.,. New Hampshireand la' free city of Danslg.
Federal Judge Harold March 35- Jewry boycotted President In Northampton, Mais. diploma.
Impeached
Louderback of California for "mis Connecticut voted for ratification German protest overtreatment June 3 Spanish government leaders Gilbert Colgate of New. phi.Uinthroplst .. .Green, actor and CIGAR VALUE
demeanors In office." of repeal amendment.* of Jews In u.rm.ny.March excommunicated. by Pop Plus York playwright
Feb. President-Elect Roosevelt June 31-Railroads and rail labor 80--Bolivians drove Parauayans XI. C and capitalist.Jan. Sept. Orey: of 1.10 J
announced Henry Wallace would besecretary agreed to continue 10 per" cent wag ( bock In Chaco; hundreds June -Germany agreed to end Representative Robert R. den, British statesman. t. C MkmNawulr.N.1'
ef agriculture and James cut to June. 1984. 'I ..I.In. Jewish boycott In upper Silesia. Butler of Or./ron/ Sept. 8-Rev. Dr. Charles '1 Park- ta
A. general. Jun* -California; and Wept Virginia 'I April 8-World court' ruled Noraay's June President Zamora ot Spain Ja. Representative B A. Kn hurst of Nsw York. OAiNcsynxxi CANDY
'F-: .r elJc.rr.r"I{:;. :e. as secretaryof ; voted for ratification ot repeal claim to East Greenland In- forced the resignation of the Asana Pennsylvania. King Fslaal of Iraq. G D 0
the Interior and Claude A. Swanson amendment.July I, ralld: Denmark won the area. cabinet. Vladimir de Paohmann famaas 8.pt t-Federal. Judge William I .
*s secretary of th. navy announced President. Roosevelt returned I, April 1 -Russian court sentenced June U-Z.mor compelled to ask pianist In Rome.Jan. of 10... '
by Roosevelt.Federal to Whit Hon... ,i two British engineers to prison and ,Asana new Spanish oabln..t 11-Prof. Dana Carleton Una Capt. Paul Koenlg. commander of
grand jury I In Chlcairo Indicted Julys..cretary Ickes mod "sev I 11 three to deportation for espionage June Chancellor ro of Princeton. German submarine Dsutschland In WONERVES( ; c
I th* InsulIn ..tI others for us- oral director of publIc work admin I I and sabotage Great Britain retaliated lawed Nail partie.. In Austria. Jan 1C-Mr*. Jel Sayre, daagnMr War. O"tR .
tnar tho malls to defraud istration. ', by placing embargo on Russian June 81-All factions In Cuba of late President Wilson. Archbishop P. B. J. Lloyd: primateOf
March 1-Harry Byrd appointed July: 3-President' Roonevelt signed exports. agreed to mediation by: Ambassador Rt. Rev. W. W. Webb, episcopal American Catholic church.
senator tram. Virginia. .to succeed cotton textile Industry. code. April 31-Prime Minister MncDon. Welles. bishop of Milwaukee.Jan. Sept. IS-Alfred Sutro. British
Swanson.Treas'urypostoDce., July: 18-Alabama. and Arkansas lid arrived In Washington and h,. June S3 German government dissolved 31-George Moors, Irish so". playwright.
voted. for repeal of prohibition. the Socialist. Irwln IL chief
bill. conferring can economic conversations with party. .list.. S.pt 14- foov.r.
reorganisation. powers. on President, July: President Roosevelt, Issued I President. Roosevelt. July S3lerman Protestants voted Jan. 13-Elisabeth Marbury of Whit lou.I.
passed. a'' "master code" for all business April 83-Soviet Russia ordered to permit. Nasl group to control th* New York, theatrical producer.Jan. Sept. 1- .. United.
March Representative. Henry T.Xtalney raising wages and shortening prohibition I of all purchase In England church. S3-Arthur dartord. Indus. States "* commissioner.
of Illinois chosen next apeakr hours. and other restrictive measures. July 35-Plot against Spanish government trlallst and political leader In failyrlo Lewis H. 1"1. former United
by Democrats. Tennessse voted for ratification of Japanese opened drive uncovered and hundredsJailed. Ohio. States senator D.lawar.
Henry llorgenthau Jr., named .r. Pelplng with eight-hour tow.re 1]. A. member ef 8"pt. IT-F. H. Slsson. York
new chairman of farm board. Gen. Italo Balbo of Italy and ofH- April 33-Polish Jews began boy. July: 36-Cuban government Issued eral "MoCuloch f.lw banker.Sept.. .
March I-Bank' holidays' nor.o.:: cars of his air armada received by: oott of German goods. J general amnesty decree. S -Mrs. 0,. H P. Belmont of 19-B. W. Ksmble. artist and
claimed In New York and president: Roossvelt. April 24.-PresIdent Roosevelt andM. June 17Herman National party Jan In Parts. author.
Homer 8 Cummings, named attorney July 31-Oregon voted for prohibition Harriot ot France began *oo- 'dissolved and Joined the Nasls. Jan. as-Oeorirs Salntsbury, Bag.llsh Sept SO-Dr. Annie Besnnt world
general In Rooaevelt cabinet.. repealAug. nomlo talks. July 31--Gandhi and his wife arrested literary leader of . In Madras,
\ March Franklin: D. Rooaevelt President Roosevelt named:: May: l-ovl.t Russia and Chins again In India.Ang Sara orltlo. I poet India.
inaugurate President of 'United Raymond Moley to lead federalwar resumed relation. T-Bloody: nntl-Maohado riot. Jan. SO- : Admiral ln W. H. H.Southerland MidaCar Cook American acHept -
States. on kidnaping and' racketeering: May 10-President Ayala of Para !In Havana quelled by troops.Aus ). N. retired. tr. "
Beventy-iecond congress .cam. to Boards to enforce trade codes, iruay formally: declared war on ;. -President Machado of Cuba Jan. SI- bn. Galsworthy. Bngllsh I-Horan. Livellht. New
a close. named- for all states. Bolivia. rejected Ambassador .' mediation novelist York ..
W.I.
March President Roosevelt declared Aug/ Pennsylvania. coal strike May: 13-ElKht leading nation .. plan and .. quit his Feb. 1-F. O. BacIlli, publisher of Ma}. Gen. W J. Black, U. S. A.
a four-day bank holiday andcalled truce arranged by: Gen. H. 8. John- greed on tariff true during world office. -a. Denver Post. Mr. A. M. Wllam.on. novelist la
congress In session on March economic .. Aug.'I-State of'war declared In Feb. Archbishop Rolo ArrUta ,
.. Aug. Arlsona voted for prohibition -President Roosevelt( called Cuba.. of Bept. 15-Klnsr Lardner. m.rlol

March Theodore. Rooaevelt.. repeal.Aug. onMt1 nation to Join In agreementto Aug. II-Cuban army: demandedrenignation Panam.. afeyo. British EgyPtOlOglSt. : humorist and playwright.Gov. .
sinned a* governor general of the I. 16-Sixty thousand. garment war scrap offensive .... of President Machado. I v Arthur Bsllgmaa of Hew$7Tlrigham
P workers .of New York area struck outa.force world peace. AuaUPr..ld.nt Machado of Addlson ., I M..lco
:fntu.la.: : M.n.
,; of condl- .po 1'.b. arcbl.ot
w appointed. director ""for' elimination sweatshop May Chancellor Hitler of Oar- Cuba resigned and fled to Nassau; In Beach Bept H. Robert,
et the budget tlon.. many accepted Rooaevelt'. peace Dr. Carlos Manuel d* Ceepdes .. Feb. T-Dr. Lawrence F. Abbott, President of Mormon church council, UP TO your in '
March President Roosevelt extended Aug. It-Missouri voted for prohibition .
proposals with reservation of equal mad provisional president. former editor of the City.Sept. '
bank holiday: Indefinitely. .. repeal. arms for Germany, Aug. 16-Eight hundred Assyriansreported Count Albert Outook, ... 38-4. W: Cole., mrsmb.r ,. ht1 .
Congress gav President full ,control Pitsldent Roosevelt signed oik tMny *Mussolini's four powerpact masaacred In Iraq. statesman.Feb. ppn U. 8. tariff .. Mo you .

No of banking syaum.special .....IonlRaln.y steel ind lumber President. codes.Roosevelt agreed upon by Great Britain Mahatma Gandhi began a fast 11 John D. Ryan, coppermagnate Oct. .-Criarloe PI.*, head of and bark at the ll w ,
In.
Congress met Aug. 8 approved Fleet corporation dur- =
of house. Franc, Italy and Germany unto death In Y..vda Jail! In New York. Emergency Watch !
elected speaker automobile cod
SS States offered to financier. 'intb.Wr.
United 33 Winston '
-
May Aug. was unconditionally B. 'Ql
March 1 -President asked veterans. congreee Texas voted for prohibition repeat of grin European security pact abandoning released to sav. his I life, .. M. -Field Marshal air Wil et. -W. 1 Btrlbllng, Georgiaheavyweight. srrM may
to out
for power Aug. U-A..I.tant Secretary neutrality Radical of Cuba Robertson In London. uudc'Lr.ZadIgsstloi .
ou.ledpr..fde"t Nervous
*
costs and government salaries I SCO,. St.t. Molly resigned/ to conduct new rl..llt. lam Oct. B willlam L. Veeck MM.
: May 18- .. control of De Ceipede and hi. government '.* H. Carter, former governor t.
000,000. and b $
a
mega.ine. Hawaii.Sir dent Chicago National League *.- eoai
Pelplng.Msy and rule by Junta. of
March 11!:-Hous* passed President's Aug. Secretary: Wallace set SI China and Japan signedtruc.stoppinr Sept. 3- a.um.d. of Iraq died John A. Thom.oo British ol- ball club. IPI d1sturbiie.
economy bill. wheat acreage reduction for 1834 at war In north China. In Bwltserland. by He nee Adores, Him star. e Dr. M11NrvI.t
March 13-Banks rsopened.Robert IS per Cent .apoo..d.d 6 Porter Dal, senator t
12-World economic' end N.
June OhasL Feb.
bis son t4-R Mat.on mlnlt.- Oot I __ TtbltUIJost
W. Bina-haro appointed ambassador state voted
Aug. Washington
In Lon
conference opened > Ne
monetary Sept. "Alejandro mad I n / V.rmnnt
England! ; Jesse I. Straus, for repeal of prohibition Lnou. a..ae. Ort' Behn, president clams
don. Prime Minister MncL>ojiald Interjected premier of Spain. I IBept. Wyo. oa* ) ft
ambassador to France; and Jossphu Sept. Secretary Swanson signed. the question of war debt. rau' IS James J. form.r of International Telephone and Telegraph I
X>anlels: ambaaaador:: to Mexico 10-Dr. Ramon BanMartin Feb. Corb.tt make plMuasn raas>
contracts for 37 warship. 0. In France .
June IS--Great Britain and Italy was sworn In as President of. heavyweight c awoaiisr
March beer 14 bill.-House passed_ ..1 percent Sept Vermont, Voted for prohibition offered. to pay ten per cent ..f sum Cuba. I IParliamentarism Feb. SI-Rear I Admiral,R& Orlf- Oct. 8-MorrIs Hlllqult I of New Um d de1

beer bill. i repeal. due United States on Puns IS. In Prussia wiped fin, U. retired.Feb. York Socialist l.aC.I. or .
March i6-enete) passed :82h .
March 19-Zangaro, slayer of Mayor Sept. President ftoo..v.it appointed June 16- Finland alone paid full out by: Premier Ooering.Sept. I W Gregory: former Oct. 11- .. U Sabln. New MflrrlM Is ,

Cermak of Chicago/ electrocuted : H. H.: Sovler ambassador to war debt Installment due United Chancellor Doll fuse .*- | attorney general of the LTnlteilStates. York .banker.Oct. IS. Peter. X American D. I f onn*-LaVtuiaCffesmMsJest .

at'March Miami.SJ-Rouse passed Roosevelt S.pt.' 11-Main.Voted for prohibition or States paid; all small others part. either d.f.ul.d tabllshsd-Auatrlsu.- Fascist dictatorship over I I IOatrl ;_'a.u__.A __.Ia -".'a..A..-....._ .w iinFrsflfls. .. -.1._- diplanmat. .1. TJ Both 1 1QM .

farm bill.March rapeaL Jun. S3-American delegation i In -Chancellor Dollfuss of Austria ,I Oat S3-William H. Doak, former ) .. de\
President scrapped farm Sept. lIMaryl.nd. Minnesota end London conference rejected. stabilisation wfcundsd by assassin. Feb. SJ-Walter Biers, film some- secretary of labor .
board and combined several agricultural / Colorao prohibition r.- of dollar and ot.re4 eaonomloprogram. L.rrouz government of Spain Oct. SO-Evelyn B. Baldwin noted 1'a, .
March Thomas I. Walsh, former explorer. In Washington. ,
bureaus. ousted"
o P.l'pt IS-Cod* for soft coal Indus : b..m.1 I Edward H. Botbern. eminent _
March 88-President Issued order June 24-4'hree Chinese generals, Oct. .lJI.nrarl.. senator from Montana and named attorney Got. IS I.

cutting It pay per of o: tOOl) federal employees Sept.:.13_!upon.New Mexico and. Idaho allied with.state Japanese In northern, set China.up Independent o premier *. the 'I Rear: general Admiral In John Roosevelt D. 0..bln4'. Paul American Halnleve aotor., French .tat..man. e fl'( '( /t:

voted for prohibition jepsaLSept. Oct. SO-Mary B. Lease, farmer
April President signed repru1aUon. Oct." IT Estonia voted t. ciirbTisrtlament N.. r.tired.March '
. rsdiiclnat veterans' aid S400.000,000. .- I-a. Martin of Los Angibe July 1-Runsiii.rel.as.d. Imprisoned. and President Toslssonanil 6 -Mayor Anton .1..Csrmalt leaner of KansaS Pnpullats.Nov. .
( >
and trade
.. In chief of British .nllln..r. war I B. Ksndrlck.I
effective July 1. nded.' -his cabinet resigned.Oct. I I Of Chicago. In Miami, I-John. .na NhRVINESTOP
Y,, AprdCIaude f G.: Bowers named thA.R. President Roosevelt Government of Premier. March T- )*.C ..I..a Will A tor from Wyomlns 1
ambaaaador to Spain. Sept. 10 Eleven kidnapers convicted July London conference for Insistence re.buked Daladler of was defeated and Wood of Indiana.Msi. Nov. t-Texas (Uulaan entertainer r I .
Michigan first state to repeal dry la Oklahoma.and Illinois. stabilisation of rsslsrned r.ne. Gen. B. D. Stur..l.U. &' A In Vancouver
I amendment. Oetr IPruld.nt addressed. American on our.nol'ar.t. Oct." Sarraut formed I r.tr.d.March. Nov. IS-Milton Aborn of New
April Wisconsin voted repeal. 1..lo. ". ot Us. con nw I-Alb..t. : II-'Senator. Robert B. Ho.1 York theatrical producer
". ,: April President ordered return v.nton ChIcago July 1811 gold nations of Ba- Oct. 81-Greek ourt of appeal! of Nebraska. No*. 14-Edward N. Hurley Chi- ''I
j ef gold hoards over $100 by: May 1. Virginia voted .la favor efprohibition' rope pool to protect gold refused to extradite Samuel Insu',1 March 14-Sir Henry Thornton car financier and manufacturer.N ATVIOLA'S
k' April 6 President Invited nine :. I repeal." .tandar. to United state. former president Canadian Nationalrailways Ill-William K. Vanderbllt III
..: A"'!nation tooonoala.. conference. inn Oat. 4-Mr*. Isabelle Crossway London oonf..nc. near Nov 8-Cuban cabinet reslgnsd. elf N.w York.
I' ,,:Washington. elected to congreee In Arl.onae.r dissolution, saved ot ". Nov. *-New revolt broke out In March IT-BrierOa.. Charles No. U-.aDcol. lb.rt French
.. "I April S-Mayor Frank Murphy of -Edward A. } De President Roosevelt.
Cuba wlttt heavy fighting In Havana. King Civil war veteran r..Yarel statesman. '
:#, Detroit named., governor-general ot : 11L.. elected, n r"Of commander July Concordat between Germany Nadir Shah Ghssf. king of Afghanistan. March H-Duk* of Abrnssl. Nov. S Prof. 0 H. Barton Harvard
.. and the Holy See Initialed .
: bIlIPDln" of American I was assassinated and his son SO-Jefferson Do For
f '. .1', April 13-Ruth Bryan Owsn named Oct.JPrealdsnt : : spokeat July: 15-Italy. Great Britain. Mohammed ZahlrBban, succeededhim. AnC.I. Nov .nlo..at. .1. f/anrence Laugh-
minister ro UonmarK., d..dl..tlo.'of Gomperi France and Germany. signed ten- April S_Wllion Mlnner, author. lln of Chlcaaro political .cnnoml"t Good S&ndwiches
'f. April IT Svnate rejected It to 1 year peace treaty. Arthur .
In Nor.
Karl Dorr
'i: ,I'.Hverr3rnoI.ti.ationamendm.o. % ,tofarm vaahmnoftId\ voted tew prohlbl- July. 83-Pact te aorta eat of Nov t -Cuban"'revolt' crushed by: elist.April BII..r.nov wander 101. '. overseas forces seid

sw jI,l' ,!." Hoos bill.. adopted rssolutlon glvtae' tlon Oct.r.poal.H Senator J. J. Davis. of States liver signed and seven In other London nations.by United government.Nov. -. .. -. Hitler scored- April Henry. Van D'., In Dec.World 1-war Richard ICE COLD

I ''r(' Presldsnt power declare .... arms Pennsylvania acquitted of Moose 37-World oommlo confer en overwhelming victory In the German author a rJ a. a.Uon Plt.bur.1 BEE
I.t elections April ... B. Nevln b.nk.r. Ask For Our '
'..LI. .mbarsro. charge. 8lrn London adjourned. elm- D Wlndt, English explor-
:, I vApril 19-lln.lte! <1 Slat* went off tery William Green presidentofA.P'.OfI. ,-.rma. rejected 4.mant No.hin.."* Nlnetenth rout poser of ..0 music, at Eaton I H.rr .'." ,
\, '; Told standard; embargo on gold ..- r.-.I.ot.1. of Great 'army revolted against Nanking gov. Pa- .10.0. Alexander''' Large prssldent Ad"
declared. bill for "con activities I."u.trla April 18-Jodg* Webster 'Thayer Sinclair Service StatIon'A'A
Donations propaganda
II-A. f. of votd a boyeott she cas
Oct. .
trolled. inflation'' drafted for. admin t, ':.ntitarraut'. French ministry of Boston who presided at BacooVansettl I of Int.rD.tlona Bav..I.roonpan
istration. of Germany.Oct. : of a...- ,. Where Y..' at Yvair Use ...dAarl. )
AprilBr.ck.nrld&. Long nominated .. IS-President .Roosevelt announced l.ool.l.t. oP.Dd worle utles. Ir ohab. Fred trial English actor. D.t.n.. S.n.oo English nov .. o1.r .

for ambassador to Italy: program' for 'liquidation, of onl.r.lc.. .Pari. agreement Nov. IT-Tamllle Chantempe mad. Court.n.,. Amer elist.
APIII.m
closed banks. U" Klanbsr, American dra-
81House
April passed bill providing reduction of wheat premier of Franee.Iee. I I Adolph
half a billion dollars for outright IT-Preeldent Roosevelt or for acreagereached critic and producer.
' O. In London. t-Irish- Free State government Klaou" Ameri matlo I
'.. \ : relief I gifts: to the states.Bumner prison and fines for violators declared unlawful the Young Ap..1 l-o..pb D... S-Count Y.m.moto.3ap.n...
t, > WpIl.n nominated for am agreement. sept 2Franc.Great Britain and known Henry British I statesman and naval h.ro
Ireland the HAVE THE
NOT
Austria's .I.ool.tIOn 1111' Ro.o. WHY
I''''' frjuisador to Cuba. -National Farm Bol4al' Italy approved plan to Apri engine Dea s-Dr. W. O. Thompeo for.
'. OfOtRl
SB railed farm raise new army to protaot border. Bin .hl..t. .er ,
I April -Hous* passed the Musale. a .trlle Dso. :anarchist revolt builder.. m.. prssldent of 0110 sjnl-
,ghouls MILWisconsin Ot 2-od. for Spt III-Fourl..nt. assembly: ef Spain...r. IS.-Dr. Fell pbflisp. v.rlt,.. BEST?

- ',. ratified prohibition- repeal by I..Argentina. Australia In Geneva.and laD IS_ftpanlsb revolt officially: _.Ap..1. New York. .1.1' to.or.* Lton. Chicago
F amendment. Oct. Government begs v .
89 Thomas Sherman "
bn.ln. eapprevaed scores killed 1 -
declared ; April
r April S -Mrs. Nellie, Tsylo I Roseappointed gold above market Denmark were elected to seat laLssgu William 12-Count Ilya at AH new.
of D.
r director of th. mint.April out President's new prloe 1arl'la. of Nation -council. Deo. IS Greek government decided B. f ion T. Sher New"Haven. Conn.Deo. Tol.tot. mom eapet
Samuel Insull mast leave We prepared
: .' I 87-U A, fltelnhardt was appointed Oct. 14.-Germany withdrew from the lan W. t Ine
"i mini.,... to.> Sweden and Am.Dassadnr grant. Leagu of and disarmamentconference. country January31. Rtob.rd.noted Inventor, ItRobe..t Ch.mb.r.
Go'. 80- President Roosevelt deldee .N.tlo. Dee IV-AI.J.n-1ro Lerroa* formed In New Conn O service finer ,Oa
f ,
'I'fi Huctt GIbson transferredtram to boy gold la the world rosret. Louis Vanoe. American flo-
.... for Sp.ln.JAEONA1C. Representative Brlggs ef
.Jo..pl lower.
.'lb Belgium 'n Brasll. I Oct. Disarmament conference mlnl.tr C. prism> .
. April SSimt. .passed farm' bill Nov. Government announced adjourned to October SS.Oct. T.xaLApril SO-Countess ds Noallles, Con "Ill. Spencer., opera ...
. tt with credit MM rnrrenoy .expansion ,. plan to buy: 160.00.001 worth of SO-President Roosevelt an'nouneed French post** 1. Si. David.. Pa.Dec. < 8mpo. I& GIDDENS
.,. amendment.Hus pork products Russia had accepted his Invitation Dr. W. a Balnsford DREE
::! .. May William SL Raakell. veteran -
..it.\::!\ passed. $1.300.000.000 homeMortgage Pennsylvania. Ken. to discuss resumption ef International 3a. author of religions OIHBCTOn ,
relations.Nov. St. Louts, western editor and pabl." .. In Saltsfy of New 1.11 .VII.L .
.
r.ftnae."ng' measure... 'tu'm; :approved ef proM. la beurs Alrloa work. *.. .* fervid.
United Btata denounced to Natal. BroslV burl .
iflX ,, .
Jt >, ; Warren ZXIann Bobbins was ap- : the Eighteenth .. ( I : -Prof. George H. Palmer ef Th. dalai lama of Tibet. .
FLA.Pk
<'volntadi minister to Canada aadRobert amsdmnt voted oat *f the the extradition treaty: with Greece ;,. .- and NlcbolatEnglish D_ Congressman.. James S.Parke J.e.OIYL.
"r', :' K.. Core .,vsraor. of Porte Constitution.North end Beats Carolina because of the 'n.a decision" ..la -'or recobreaking May S-CardinatCerr.ttl r Is Rome.Col. of New. York. Ifliedi, ieeceii, .
WearD.o.C
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k:'IJ.:#!'' im i ?_AGE.. >.. FOtlt.-...._ _-._:"'.:'" ,'", _'''_- _, "'.,. _'_' _BRADFORD!: :: 65m.TCucdnAi:: :!' : >fl_h.,. 'PAER1W1h1AltYDA. .. .. .__, __u. ...- FRIDAY.-JANUARY- 5, 1031Woman's -

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WoodmenTo Ui iil, ,. ." ,., ;'6KEEKr; SUFFERS'RELAPSE
01''J 1 '" W: T ( (
,:, Joint Installation ; 1 I .Congressman-R. A. Green is '

II II SotietjI The regular1''' meeting'of the +41Do, Von Know?;- +' again showing Improvement'afler .

Starke Grove, Woodmen 'Circle' ,. suffering a relapse In an attack i
will be held at the Masonic Hall Influenza that has confined him to
Tuesday evening at the usual hour his home for the past three weeks.

-- at which time a joint Installation '11 If,at all posstbte,'Mf; Green wishesto
't Club Legislative Baptist Circles of officers of the grove and Wood- .A leave the first'of next week for
14 men of the World for the new year Washington, D.,,C., where Congress
Committee Meets Jan. 10 To.Meet Monday, will be held., b b, y convened Wednesday.

u I i i The Legislative Committee of the Circle No. 1 of'tha Baptist Wom- Following the installation a ban- ''Smoky' The FirePrevention ,
4 Woman's Club, with Mrs. N. D. an's Missionary.Society will be entertained quet will be held. BIRTHSMr. :
t "Walnwrlght aa chairman, will have Monday afternoon at All members, old and new, are and Mrs., J. D. Scott Rai- Clownoarehy"
charge of the program of the club 3:00: o'clock by the leader, Mrs. E. urged to be present at this meeting ford boy, Dec., 30. ,,
1A 1 meeting on Wednesday aft rnoonl C., Priest, at her''' home on Call and visiting members are cordially A J rx Mr and.Mrs..A. R. Baxley r Mld- 8.._,. Rery ....._ ....
pre.e.Uo .1 .
.
p'I ,, ..January 10, at 3:00: o'clock.'V, ,\ ,..Street invited. AA dleburg, boy. Dec :21.: .hooJ. .. she.f.hreuu.0h.end. h..w 11'.y.._....<

CoL Hollis V. Knight will be the Circle No. 2 will be entertainedby Mr. and Mra.. Lacy Anderson: .d.......ron..... ..-I.... wark... ... .ry
x,11. f speaker of the atte>;noon.* the leader. Mrs. L. G. Powell', W. M. S. CirclesTo Starke, girl Dec. 31. -
fi Hostesses are Mr.T. larlffln: at her home at 3:00: o'clock. Meet MondayThe Mr. and Mrs. Pete Crawford, hl"'IIk. ," .b a ..p..y he
vac y Edwards.. Mrs.' O. P. No. 3, with Mrs. E. W. Starke : 2. r.l work.I.. a.. .d. _
t :Mrs. M. E. Circle boy, January 10_.Ill.. .....,"Ie dory bh. ....
Raymond, Mrs.' N. T. Rlthtl: and Hayes as leader, will meet at the circles of the Woman's Mis- 10 bow yor how Ie..,..../. ..- hr
t A"" A Mrs. John: Uglow.. ":.iiJ j',,' same hour. 'We wish to thank those who rhs.nd.d
i, Auxiliary To Meet 4;i.A at 3:00: o'clock. The circle ,, were so kind'to us during our recent ..pr..,...I.po.nhn..d r.,s... LM.a.I..wph W y s.,
led by Mrs. T. J.: Griffin will meetat
B.,Y. P. U. Party bereavement, especially Mr:
The American Legion Auxflary; her home, and the circle led by
and Mrs.. H,. S. Norman; and E. H. HAROLD C. WALL
their Hazel! Crewe entertainedthe
will hold regular meeting Miss Mrs. A. W. Anderson will meet at
w A'r ', Tuesday evening January ::9i 7:50 members of the Senior B. Y. the home of Mrs. W E. Middleton. Clemons. INSURANCE
rt ',, o'clock, Legion Hall. All members P. U. Monday evening at her home' As this Is the first meeting of the Mrs. Maggie Wainwright, I
{ ''are ba ( roast. I' p 'A y'' k J.,H. Wainwright and Family. STARKE. FLORIDA
urged to present. with a weiner year, all members are.urged to at- F -- ..-
s Poinsettias and roses were used tend.
to decorate the home and during: I

+; f NAT SEZ ; the evening games were enjoyed. KellyWhiteheadMiss WINNER PEARL HOMINY
: Those present for this delightful :
affair were: Miss Virginia Alva- Rebecca Whitehead of Law GRITSor
Well, folks, we are beginning a rez, Miss Martile Hemingway, Miss tey announces the marriage of her o
6 new year and before It lab i ref, it Dorothy Kickliter, Miss Clarice niece, Miss Eunice Whitehead, to
"' looks like we'll have almost':sew Gill, Miss Ella Maude Gll son, Miss Mr. Hermie C. Kelly Saturday, BOLTED'or UNBOLTED

4 town. Our city .. Eunice Williams, Miss Fannie Sll- December 23, atthe Methodist par-
r hall Is being -- 'cox, Miss Doris Silcox, Miss Frances sonage at Starke,' with Rev. B. M. MEAL I

N k .done over in a Hemingway, and Norman Mil- Montgomery officiating.The nraAxco,
big way (ands drum. George Pippin, Bill Justice: 'bride 'was married In a tan o 10 I
hot 'a bit too G. Y, Demmerltts, William Crews, flat crepe suit with accessories to ||WHERE ECONOMY RUTFsli \ Pounds l,9c. ,
r '*oon, either ), 'Albert Shirley, Julian: Smith, Ed- match. S:
the court house ward Gardiner, Mrs. C. A. Fowler,
?Pl ', Is being enlarged ,Lira. F. Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. After a short wedding trip to -nY ENCORE SPAGHETTI
and
points on the East Coast, Mr.
,y I the R. A. Thomas.
( hope
Mrs. Kelly are at home to">their
W :" number of people' If your fingers.are stained from friends in Lawtey, where Mrs. ''''''_11. _. N4.4 ,,-s. MACARONI 8-oz.Pkg. 5c,
rye who in '
get
) trouble and have Vegetables, dip In very strong tea; Kelly is a teacher In the Junior: THAT the KsUteur. Palls'In British Guiana are almost Ave time ,
jr 1 1 for a few minutes and wash In soap High School. than Niagara? The latter'has a height of 137 feet while the BALLARD'S. OBELISK .
to there Isn't
go ,. and water. 9 Kaleteur. Palls are. 800 feet high. Until recently It was"almost Impassible "
.
'' Plain or Self Rising 9-Lb.Bag 12-Lb.Bag ZC-Lb Bag"
enlarged); It
you ------1' Celebrates Seventh Birthday for the ordinary traveler to reach the Kaleteur Falls,'!!lilt a highway .
rg won't recognize the old 1&1 has now b"rt" "onstruot through. the Jungle" from.Georgetown to '
i house when they get through with Little Kathleen Stockwell was' tlMk PJ.*. I 'FLOUR 35c 65c 1.25

pig;, r It, and streets, sidewalks, and vacant : RITZ THEATRE hostess to a number of her little .
w lots,are all being perAg] l ula ., friends Tuesday afternoon at the GEO..W WAINWRIOHV wright;,, three sons, J. H. Wainwright 1 .
thl ,
Lba
9..- Starke; A. ,A. Wainwright FINEST SHORTENING :3 It* 4 Lbs 8
STARKE, FLORIDA home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
+ ,, AU of which makes us mean C. L. Stockwell, on Walnut Street, George W. Wainwright,. 80, died and W. H., Wainwright, both of
.x feel good, not only because Rolv in celebration of her seventh birth- Saturday at his home neat Hell- Jacksonville: and one daughter' COMPOUND 15c 27c ,53c
j I wyl work to so many' people, 6 pit PROGRAMBEGINNING day anniversary. bronn.Springs after a brief illness. Mrs. Carrie Crews,'Starke. ,
F. know that when.a town is the: He in Charlton '
so was born :County, Funeral services were conductedby
The afternoon spent In play- .
FRIDAY was HUSH
JAN.
5 FANCY U. 8. No.1
? Spy ed up; the people who live iyyff:1M Ing and late in"the Afternoon Georgia but had)llvect here for the the Rev. M. Crosby at the grave ,
y feel that they have to dress up tocjy! games refreshments were served to past Wenty-fourtyears.\ Sunday 'morning''at 10:00': o'clock.
'J And -that's ,what' we're' here toff FRIDAY SATURDAY the little folks by Mrs. Stockwell. Mr. WalnwrlghlL'is survived by Interment was in the family lot-in POTATOES, 10 Lbs"" 21c
\
?ih 1ka-to dress up to matcfal BUCK JONES :
you Kathleen received many lovely his widow, Mrs. Maggie Wain- the Conner cemetery.
the new Improvements arcluz4: :
d 8 "The Fighting Code" gifts from her little friends.

d ''town. n tt And the Worst is'Yet to Come RIP) JUICY ; .

Men's Blue Serge 5uitilt SUNDAY MONDAY Eastern Star Meets ORANGES.LARGE 'Dozen. lOc J

: ; '13.95' ;up"l\J 's Lewis"Alice Carroll' Starke The Chapter regular of meeting Order of of East-the I '

r GRAPEFRUIT 3 For lOc
ern Star was held at the hall Tuesday : ; (

Men's Dress Shoes In Wonderland""' evening with officers for (he :. L-1. -. 1f" .., i BLACK TWIG .... .. _.' :,',: ,
AM. STAB CAST new year. In charge. .,,. APPLES : Pound 6c

$; $1 98, up, fftr; ',' 'Alma"POP EYE".IK. : 'After social'the hour short was business enjoyed meetinga when ", LARGE YELLOW'BANANAS

Suits Made to Measure "WILD ELEPHANTS" refreshments were ,served by. .the .Pound ((5c
'
ae 1 ,
committee. LARGE PAPER SHELL *

CAI $22.00 up'f" TUESDAY WEDNESDAY"Hell&Highwater" Futch-Terry .. PECANSFRESH Lb. lOc


b\:\; Men' "'at..1 1 II ,\ Richard Arlen Judith Allen tey Mr.are and announcing Mrs.T. .:J.the Terry marriage of Law-of I LP11&i\) \ CARROTS' Bunch T%zcg

$1.00 up THURSDAY their daughter, Miss Joyce Terry, LARGE :-T m j. -ii'..r
FRIDAY -
to Mr. Melvin B. Futch, on Thurs- CELERY Stalk lOc
IT PAYS TO BUYT'1'1-; "Shadows of Sing day, December 28, 1933, First Bap- '
tist Church. Qainesville, Florida. LARGE HEADLETTUCE 'f,

L STERNBERrS" Sing", 'The ceremony was performed by I ;'Head ,lOc
Rev. Thomas V. McCaul, pastor of b .
w .AlmaSELECTED the church. '{ .. ....w+! OJ
Starke Florida S SHORTS Seasonal foliage formed theChurch 1 DEL MONTE DELICIOUS BARTLETT


v'ti''td4 I '- '' J. ding.,dress\ The combined decorations bride wore with for'a'touches this flat crepe wed-of 41ti s PEARS Large No. 2% Can ,19c:

eggshell satin and matching brown A;; '
''DELMONTE DELICIOUS SLICED'rINEAPPLE'Larg
ncK felt hat ,trimmed, with ,a single f
feather ornament.. Her.coatwasfashioned J JGRANDMOTHER.S
of nutria fur. Mrs. No. 2% Can.19c
'
,I, Strickland, slater of the'bride,worea o 'rIII4 ,, .
blue flat dress '
palamero crepe <
Fresh, Plain, SlicedBREAD
and G. .
with black accessories, Mrs
W. Durham, another sister,.wore a '

1 t3.. MEllOWED hat.navy blue dress with, black felt hll.'ar :( : 7c lOc al2c .,
;:-
$i s 8OMILUOKYEARS Immediately'after the ceremony SILVER BROOK Print 01't'4"p. Fancy Tub
j Mr. and Mrs., Futch left ,for a n
r. / honeymoon trip to the East Coast. 'BUTTER Per Lbe '25c, ;
Mrs. Futch is a member of the .
Alachua High School faculty, and
Mr.r Futch, son of Mr, and Mrs. S., -.t4w .. {
f t J.: Futch.of Lawtey, Is a student at ........... .' SULTANA RAJTAH''
-
the University of Florida. ''Nasur4 DELICIOUS RICH PURE CIDER,,
\ j .

1 /6 e %%.. CauseyMurrheeMrs. Biairrbii'; ',,c\s\: \II PeanutBnter Vinegar J

J Emma-Murrhee announcesthe \ lM ,J.-. :' '
marriage of her daughter,'Annie ; ":,I. 11V 1, t I ILbo'8 '2.JAB Pint Bottle uuart'Buttle

: to ,Graham,,November'Causey.-20,, at. Green Wednesday / Mb. I IfI -, -
fe. ftherefore Cove Springs.? The"ceremony was ,,":-,PRICEi 13c<<: 25c L8c ., 15c,

performed. by Judge: Jennings.
freer of carbon- iO'Ci 5' WHITE HOUSECondensed
** JAMES E. DURDEN
%
Funeral services for James: E. MILK 14oz. Can 10c"
4
forming, substances Durden,.six-months-old son of Mr. WHITE"' '-' '' '. '
HOUSE. .
'I and .Mra. Herbert' A. Durden, of '
+ Madison and grandson of Mr.. and ,Evaporated MILK 3 Tall Cans 17c *l
By and large, the older.rude oil is, the freer it Is of Mrs. J. H. Retch of Starke who ,
carbon-forming( subscuicsv Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil died at Riverside Hospital Jack- f>. Mild Mellow.PURE,SANTOS '

I is refined and blended from the oldest Mid-continent sonville Saturday, after,II several o'CIock, COFFEE ,Lb. 19c;
paraffin-base crude qi1! ,, mellowed and filtered for an weeks;: illness, was conducted at 'J Ant .'
; average of 80 million yearS: the grave Sunday morning at 11:00: ,k fiu p HIGH QUALITY \

ny And here's another o'clock by Rev. B. M. Montgomery, 1SUTLEYOLEO{ : ,Lb., lOc
treason for the high quality of this of' the' Starke Methodist c. ,
pastor
'' 7 motor'oiL Sinclair fUes'Sinclair( Opaline of petroleum, Church. /VAVI SMu DR..-BOSS' Scientifically Prepared o -

I; tM 'I jelly, a nonlubricatis'substance which makes oil.thick( Besides his parents he Is survived DOG 3,16-0z.
FOOD Cans 23c'BLUE
1 and heavy when sssed and -watery when hotSinclair.E The by a little sister. Betty Jo .

: and jellying exclusively by Durden. RIBBON'
requires chilling the oil down to allow.. 6O F. MALT
below zero.'Try a crankcaseful. Note how seldom you DOTHARAY ALDERMAN ,Wbm -' t Look Your Best, 'SYRUP No. .3 Can ,55c-. ,. }
: ; ;need to add oil. Dotharay Alderman, nine- IONA LEADER
'a ,, "1 months-old daughter of Mr. and LIMA: '
M* BEANS
2 16
Mrs. Alvin Alderman of Hampton, MaviS Fate powder is preferred by smartly groomed z. Cans. 15c ,
passed away on Saturday December FANCYSPINACH
'. g 1Y 23,at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J women ev tiWf1ere'beause, it gives a petal-sole: corny r
st ''
: T. Quigley where she had been : b
Un"
., : ": 4A .u ;plexion on any skin "" ,n .,
brought for medical treatment. :! with the IONA RED RIPE.'FULL PACK. ., 'a 1 ...
-! ', Funeral service were"held at : of
apparance
MOTOR OIL..n.F.rona I
Swift Creek;cemetery, near:Lake fMTf I *aTI TOMATOES 3, No.,2 ,Cans. 25C J.J.r
,the Oldest 'S' DOC weaitiag powder : ,
MULcondnent CnuUi Butler on Sunday. December'' 24, .' at k S|
.. '; ? N A TENDER,WHITE,
,.
If' ,
'F _
with interment being made in the '. .... 'J'h&: : .. r ,
aI'I'f" .
'; :H' Q.III" ..
family plot., nil. / i f' '., -, ...,.,-., I l, ?- -, \ : C'.q;R:tl", N6ij'SS 4., Can; 10c
'Jj

'4CUrank thtrc" ramouF t 9 r.JI..,. ,' ;< : F 1'2'l'siaS,\ ......>..w" .,.JI.., -.panepowaclp l ., .>. ... ".. .. ..In. \.h"exfe -i' ". r, .." ", ",\' .>>1" .. "'_"r'F4t s.A' ? r0"IP ,



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-, .Yt Mrs. Wu..F8l'kIDa..ud: .Mips La A,. eygqT UM !,: eaboa H.: V. Shipper ,of Miami, Record from many cities,.have
I Eunice Perkins have returned Air Line Railway, wltti"headjuartens Mrs. L. J. King Mrs. D. M. Carter proved that the moat dangerouillm .. I Iu
-" t I I ,home from a wes visit in Lakeland at Richmond, Va., baa bee and Mrs. D., E. Bennett;.of\Jacksonville *of day for both riding. to aut\*, lief
\, ,Bits" of with Mr. and.MrsKoBTraakand ; ,, spending:4'tha ,holidays here with spent the,Christmas boll mobiles and walking In'tWUSgt4' "
: family. '* o' his wife at the home of her mothers days near Lawtey with Mr. andMrs hours,. because 'there tis''l'eltJIer'! MinutesZZzUPemand '
Mr*. K. F. Johns. Everett E. Burney.. enough daylight nor artificial

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters light.. l
Ioeal Nevb'' Misses Mary and Madgo have Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miller and Notloe.spnritt I hereby MtflTKirs clvrn that L\I.E under end Get yr
returned from DeLand where they daughter,' Vera: bOrangeberg, S. that certain decree of foreclosure I .
C. Mrs, Rad'lord'of' Camak, Ga., and eale! rendered by Hon. A. Z. Ad- "
visited Mrs. Brownlee's sister, Mrs.J. ; klna.. Judge of the Circuit Con.t of
Concerning Our People Business and E. Futch.A and,Mr. and Mra. E. Lane and,B. Bradford County, Florida In Chen ri 11a fBAER
L.' Smith of Jacksonville, were eery In that certnln calm pending
Progress of the County and Town.Mrs. profitable 'evening maybe Christmas Day'guests of Mr. and well In said aa Courtwherein Ciiniiervalnr' for C. L.Dank Stock-of
I IL Mrs,L. S..Hutto and amIlY.Mrs. Starke. a Florida Manklnv Corpora. ,
pant at the study In the Mission flan, Is complainant and J. U 8hrl.ver I II
Hall Odd'FeUow building', Tuesday et at are defendants, the undersigned -1 ,
I evening, ,January 9. No charge, .' George Bv''Flynn and two hlKhest" S Kidder Mnatvr for oash will In cell front to- the of
Ix>uia Hill of Lawtey spent Mrs. Beulah Hunt and father, O. no offering taken., children, George, Jr.,, and Betty the South door of the County Court .GENUINE BAYER
Tuesday In Starke. Haynes, of Hampton were guests Ann, spent,Tuesday in Gainesville: House Kolrlda,at during 8tarke the, Bradford legal hour County* of, a ,
Monday of Mr. and Mrs.. P. J. Mr. and Mrs.,George N. Hartley with"Mt'. and Mrs. Li. M. Gray. ale, on Monday. February 5th A. D I ASPIRIN
Pearce. George Flynn,'Jfv stayed over for 19U.! the follow 111. described prop.
and Mrs.' A. F. Sauls spent of
Mr. and daughters, Miss Pearl and Mrs arty to-wltt BECAUSE a unique process
Friday in Fernandina. Clara Spitler,of Idianapolls. Ind., the remainder of the week for a Lots. B. 6, 7, 9. and 9 of Block 15. DONT GAMBLE I Genuine Bayer
visit with his uncle and aunt. all In Ward City (which In now HEMO FREE, the ,
Tablets
Mrs. J. H. Lawrence and daughter were guests last,week of Mr. and known ae Urooker. Florida) 'In Sec pwtn ointment Aspirin : are made to dis-
tion 1 8, South, Flange get rauln. It soot c,. It heali. Icbmrfae. i. tedissolINSTANT..
Mrs. Frank Merrill of Key. Township 7 to i
of Brook Mrs. William Norris
Mrs. C. F. Lltchfleld Kat also, It hat brought LY take them. Thus
; commenrlnN: at 8outheaatcorner comforting you they! start
stone visitors here Mr. and Mra. L. A.. Davis were
,
Heights were
was a visitor here Friday, I of SI014\ of HW4: \ of nald Bra- relief thouMiiiii. It will do the seine for>oulNerer I to work instantly. Start taking
Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas of I In Ferandina Monday and Tuesdayand thence tlon. 8,run and North run fio Went yard.. 183. to yard.South, before has HEMO-FREE been old bold of even a severe headache, t' ,
C., B. Roberts of Graham Chattahoochee are spending some while there attended the marriage boundary of Bald Ward City thence for ten thin$100 per tube. So tike advantage neuralgia, neuritis or rheumatic pain }'I,
Mrs. of their niece, Miss Mollie Ktimt. along laid boundary 183 I a low minutes after taking, t
DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville time hero .vlslting their parents, yard. Kxtff of the new lot* prig t
was a visitor here Tuesday thence South go yards. to beginning, I And SAFE relief
they
Hardee and James Lester provide -
Thompson
and Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mr. and -
spent Sunday Monday except the Went 76 feet; 11.1".., commencing FULL SIZE TUBE for Gonmna BAYER ASPIRIN does
Catherine Teare of Lawtey with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. P. S. Denmark whose marriage took place at Southwest corner of SISVi (CO.D.Order 6Sc) 5OC not harm the heart. So if want
Mrs. Tuesday evening at ,the First of SWU\ of said Section 8 and run you w'b
was a visitor here Wednesday. M. Darby. EllIOt 230 yards, thence run North SOvnrdH A satisfaction guarantee comet with each tiiliet QUICK and SAFE relief see that
Miss Virginia Maeger has returned Methodist Churc...;':;, : to South boundary of said you get the real Bayer article. Look
,. of to her home in Jacksonville r. Wind City! thence Went on Bald HEMO LABORATORIES lor the Bayer. cross on every tablet
Resale Co son Brook was Mr.:and Mrs. B. H. Hartley of boundary 220 yarda. thenne South 80yarda '
Indianapolis Ind., are spending the after a week's visit here with Mills Mr. and Mrs.uy McKown of to beginning the! Knmt 4320 We!Pico Blvd Loe Angeles,Calif. SM shown above and for the words '
visiting friends here Saturday. Section Enclosed It SOc for GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN on'every
full sic
J. 100 feet; all In 8, Townanlp 7 double strength
winter with her mother, Mrs. Wil- Martha Powell. Mlas Powell accompanied Gaffney. C.,' and the Rev C. Mouth, lube of HEMO-FREE.
llanwe ao East) In Bradford If not relieved I get bottle, or package you boy. ;
Miss Mary Canova was visiting liam Norris. her home, for' a short Dlggs of Inman, S. C., were guestsSundayaof.Mra.l County, FlurlJnFLOYD my Me: back.
_
Member N. R.A.
visit. J. W, White and ORfEN NarntL w "
In Gainesville Saturday.W. Sperlo.1
friends Master
I other friends.:, .MrfDIgga. was pastor KNIGHT* KNIOHT, Starke, FIlL. GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN
business Mrs. T. J. Griffin and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.- George C.' White 'of. the Methodist Church here 1_t915g8.9 Solicitor. for Complainant. CUy. .San. DOES NOT HARM THE HEART!
M. Wlmberly was a Mrs. Thelma Johns, and Mrs. R. F. '
'
Jacksonville Thursday. have returned to their home In Tal- twelve years ago,:and his friends ----n .., ell
visitor to Demorest spent Wednesday In --- =
lahassee from a short visit'here were glad to again shake hands r.; .
.
Jacksonville.Mrs.
with their parents Mrs. J. W. with him. Mrs. McKown was for-
Mrs.' J. H. Moore of Lawtey wasa
White and Mr and Mrs. G. W.Al merly Miss Louisa Dlgga.SEE i.
.
visitor here Tuesday morningW. .
K. R.' Marshbura of Marl-
anna spent several days recently dermanMr. nonoonunnoumwnnwlelsnlmslumntnauml, ''' '''"''' "''II."
B. Alexander of Hampton, with her parents,.Mr., and Mrs. Q. A.Tip 1 T Gr9cery; ;
was a business visitor here Tues W. Alderman. daughter. and, Mrs.Miss.T.Estelle'N. Kendrick, returned and op

day.E. Sunday from a holiday Visit In Red "COOL KNIGHTS"Three \
Mrs..J. A. Martinez and son, J. .
B.; 'Wells of Lawtey was a A. Jr., of Tampa are here on a visit Springs, N. C., with their son-in- Act Musical Comedy
business visitor here Tuesday aft law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. STARKE FLORIDA_
with her parents'Mr. and Mrs. A.W. .. ?. .Ih I ;
:
Willie
S. ,
ernoon. Redgrave.Mrs. GJbaon.) UARY 23 ,
"'"'

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn O. J. Grlffis and son, O. J. Mr.and'; 'rs*,I.A. C. Strickland- -AT..-,.Tifta'WOMANF9...-, Friday and Saturday January 5th :ami_ 6th 1934 'j
were 'Visitors to Jacksonville: Wednesday Jr., were visiting' her parents, Rev. Mn. and..IVIr c John,B. Crews, Mr. : CLUB l ,
and Mrs. T.; S. Thomas and T..M. ,
and Mra. E. A. McDowell, in Lake
aPONSORIIID BY TUB
Riherd of Lake Butler were here 'I I
Mr. and Mrs; Lenthal Wyman ofLake Butler Sunday. Monday afternoon attending the American Legion Auxiliary FULL CREAM Beat Creamery"

City were visitors to Starke funeral of Mrs. Maybell, Alder. OF" STARK -- **
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,Reynolds I .
Monday. have returned,trom'.a visit with man. .uiuiiluuuuuiilliiliiniiiutiiimuiiilliilitiiijiimniilntiiii. ''' """""'""'''111I. I CHEESE
II friends In Leesburg,'Apopka, Lake- :>BUTTER &
Cot. Hal T. Malnes of Lake Butler land and Tampa. NaY.MO. ';

was a professional visitor here Pound _____..____ 15c :'
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. Robinson and OANOVAPHARMACY Country Roll ore
Miss Vera Claire'Robinson of '\\1

Mrs. H. L. Johno and Miss Easle Apopka spent the week-end with MACARONI [., .\.Lb.. Prints
of New River visitors
Sapp were friends in Starke. ,
here Monday., aad/ or
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is enjoying SPAGHETTI7Oz. Pgund.
Little Miss Ruth Wyman of Lake a visit in Gainesville with her son- 2kP lr
City was a week-end guest of Mar- in-law and daughter, 'Judge and Pound 26c 5c : "'
_.,_ ___ Package____._
garet Lowry.Mr. Mrs. A. Vi Long.Mary'Lorraine .
I d
and Mrs. L. A. Brown of Stockwell Is expected FREE $1.00 MAKE UP MIRRORWith 2 POUNDS 3 POUNDS

Brooker were visitors here Wednes- home Saturday from a visit Each 50c Purchase of Armand Toiletries If
dar afternoon. .' In DeLand with her' grandmother, Pure Ground COFFEE 25c I Ribbon 'LARD'23c
Mrs. W. D. Haynes., KOTEX_,.______.____4__-_______-,_13c two for 25c White k

.Misses Mary Lee and Elaine $1.00 Wampoles Liver Oil-___.______., .-___T-71c

Wynn of Hampton were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach ,50c<<; Detoxol Tooth Pastej-_ ._,._____,____,____36c I f for 17c
here Monday.: spent New Year's Day in Green : Best White BACON lb. Bc PORK & BEANS 4
Cove Springs with Mr.; Imbach's 25c KLEENEX ?-,__:____.________--_______18c (

Tommy Lane of Gainesville was father, C., A.. Imbach. 50c, Milk of Magnesia_____________-,_-_--___34c I

visiting the week-end.frIends in Starke during Owen W. Griffin of St. Augus-, 75c' Squibb Mineral Oil_,______1: _______-_59c Picnic HAMS. Ib. l llcj Asparagus Tips Can lOc

tine spent the week-end here with 25c BLACK DRAUGHT, ..*______-.:_________17c ,

Hugh 1. Brownlee Jr". of Jacksonville his brother-in-law and slater Dr. 100 Aspirin Tablets__..:__..._...__;.._..,.,...__-_39c
'
with his spent family.the week-end ,here and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.. 50c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream..39c:; OAT FLAKES pkg: 6c | Post Bran Rakes) pkg. 9cFLOUR

Hear Dr. F. L. Brooks at the 35c Palmolive Shaving Cream...--..:._.::;._.______25c ,

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews of Bible study Tuesday evening, January 75c Melba After Shave LotionJ:::..:;..-r---.---39c ...

New River, were visitors to Starke 9, MlMlou UttiL No uttering .75c Russian Mineral Oil...._-__-'uCrs1___..___49c 6 Lba
Saturday afternoon. taken. AH are invited.Mr. ; 12Lb: 24 Lba
50c Vkks Nose Drops___:,.:._ .u->."- --,--__-_39e50c Self Rising

Dr. X H. Carradine and F. R. and Mrs. W. M.: Morrow, Pint Rubbing Alcohol_____1.___,+,-- ,...--29c '
Carradlne of Lawtey were business who have been guests of Mr. and 75c Squibb' Antiseptic Mouth:Waah_ 1_._' _a.49C I I Snowdrift 25c '45c SSe ,i
visitors here Tuesday. Mrs. S. M. Pavis, returned Tuesdayto : .
their home in Jasper $1.25 Absorjbine> Jr. ,.._..._*.j 5:.;:ai:,;;;;:;slu: :+K.J3cs$1.084: ,-,,," If

Miss Bunnie Canova .is spending 50c Groves Chill l Tonic_..___...._,...,.__.._-Z______39',
the week; in Apopka with .Miss Mrs. D. P,Carpenter and Mrs.' 'T. al. ,
Vera .Claire Robinson. T. Long have returned from a'visit 'WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES O.K.: SOAP SALT A\, ATCHES
in Baconton, Ga., with their mother I
o' Mr and Mrs.,.E. C. Priest were Mrs W. T. Jackson.Dr. 5 For ?______-_lOc 3 Packages __ lOc 2.t Pagea'. ___15c
visitors to Lake City and Fort FRIDAY and SATURDAY : I

White,Monday afternoon. and Mrs;, "B'l-P.! : .CaVplJ.pt. Hand PackedTOMATOES Northfield r1OC'SlZe.' .. 9 I C
Jacksonville spntrSudrfi: : }R ""d '*'\ QA'SH ONLY ; '

Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil O. Price of Monday here with Mrs., ,Catr. l\'s\ '" MILK GHIPSO
Quincy were week-end guests of mother, Mrs., F. H. Long." .. ,

:Mr.,.. and:Mrs.' William Norris Mrs. :Clyde Crews and little 3 No. 2 Cans____25c! 3 Tall Cans ,____17c 2'Packages_____ 13c a

MrsFlorence. Varnadoe and daughter of Raiford were in Starke
I ,Mm. J. :M. Mott of Brooker were Tuesday afternoon visiting her sister Fancy BLUE ROSE Teenie Weenie i '
shopping In Starke.Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Jr. a Whole Grain

A. B. Surrency and H. P, Gainey Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner and | PEAS Ifc
P, :of'the Brooker section were attendIng daughter, Miss Pauline, of New WHOLE RICE 51k 21c Nogfa.

I"", ,. to business here"-- Monday. Smyrna,, have been spending several ________,fffmimrn J, M
t. days here'with relatives
Tall I Can I
,Mrsa., ,WVlRobertt of Lawtey NEW SET -,_
and sister ,Miss Luella 'Tatum of Mrs. J., H. Ritch, Mrs., Herbert FRUIT SALAD '
DeLand, were visitors here Friday.' Durden 'and daughter, Betty Jo, DelMonte .15c
Mr.. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Ritch
'Miss''Eva Fugate of Jacksonville spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.. rr
as a guest this week of her uncle I TRIPE elglonfeQUAIIT
'I N 2 Can 15c
,II nd... aunt. Mr.. 'and Mrs. J., F. Colley. returned to Tallahassee to resume. o. e e.
... their studies at' Florida State College
v *'.,Miss .Fenella' Snyder has .been for Women after spending the TIRES
f spending several days In Jackson- holidays .here with their parents.
Roast Beef -2 for 25c
|rule the'guest of Miss Lillian Oar.IL' .
Mrs. Aw A. Johns, and sons, Russell ..... -.. <=
t and A.&, of Frostproof, were i

S ENT A WORD nut.Johns Christmas at her guests' home of on Mrs.South E.Wa F.>- 2'.i CORNED_ ,BEEF, 2 Cans 25c Pound ________26c l


COLUMN Mr., and: Mrs.. W;" H. Strath returned .i/.iDon't / Beat PinkSALMON '
t ,
;
Sunday" from Plant City FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES n"

a; .BALE Cabbage plants. where they visited their soninlawand ,
Wakcfleld .Succession' and Flat daughter,.Mr. and Mrs L. it:;

,a5o: per 100 $1 per l.OOO.iJon DeSha.. 2 Tall ,Cans___..._25cLarge LETTUCE ,_,- ?.--.________9c
'
sets 'later;. A. J. OrUfla, skid; don't talc '
ktarke,Florida.. 11-24U Mrs. Sidney Church' and :Miss chances, don't lose time ftInfl -"< ,BANANAS, Pound,..___* _.. ____6c,

,, Great bargain in small attended Betty' Sanders the funeral of Keystone of Mrs.Heights May- thin,punctures old tires -with come those In, $1600, JELLO, All .Flavors 'YELLOW ONIONS, Pound___ __..4c

'aytDjr farm for business Immediate,K. T.cash.Phlnney.. Also belle Alderman here Monday aft- find out the low cost of new .. Packages .,.,..-- __.:5c, 'Beat Jumbo CELERYi h_ 'lOc'
ernoon. ,
r
guaranteed Goodyear. In ,..
12tl1 -01 ,
'
illstka '
m I 'Mrs. O. J. Griffin has returned to your slxe. All types all r Force! of 4GOOD. Large ANGER N ,, ...: $
:
T old mule, : l = ; qcj;
: SALE-Younff yr. her home In Augustine after a price Let n* show you why Y
gentle and in good condition; more people buy( Goodyear Medium Size zeIL.15c
week's visit hare with her son-in- T EARSPEEDWAY ,4. ; ,
cash. Se e
rks an1WbeN'UIO.OO law and daughter. I>r.'and Mrs E. than any other, tires.,,Play

,Florence rida. Varnadoe," Brooker ItpBaby1 L,;BIrp.4 -safe,.come. In.'toddy;..... -'. .*. .TOMATO, JUICE, ,' Can=:!..,...,...,_,_. 5c

{,alligator, this ..Prof,.and Mrs.!Leon Gray. and W e t, GRAPE,.JUICE,.,,Pty. 7 i.9 .*25c '
,
iT( ti 41.SK
Advb-o children have returned from hoU-
quantity
; eats hatch... : ,, isig&4MQT 'SW V? : .
I. I can svpply l InnnedlaUly.A.. X. A. day"" )a..A



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Farmers AdvisedTo hs HARBOR GETS MILLIONS TEN DAYS IN' AIR,
MIAMI An allotment of '
MIAMI-Exhausted
LI' from battling
RURAL -
: $2,000,000 for improvement of the
Keep SimpleSet 1 : ,T t ram squalls and choppy winds
r COMMON SENSEBy Miami harbor has been approvedby Frances Marsalia and Helen Richey

Of Records the Public Works Administration landed at 10:49: a.m. Saturday com-

SPUDsIINSON: making possible a major port pleting the longest sustained night

GAINESVILLE -- An annual for the winter resort city, for women, 237 hours and fifty-two

) SHOULD SEEK ,AFTER farminventory and a simple cash minutes. The women took off December -

PRINCIPAL THINGS account are.recommended tp Florida SEMINOLE KILLED 20 from the municipal air-

farmers by Dr. C. %t. Noble, MIAMI-One Seminole Indian port and equalled the previous record -

: "Wisdom Is the principal thing; economist with the Florida Experi- was killed and three others were at 5:08: p.m..Thursday, establishing .

..y "therefore, get understanding and ment Station. injured last week when a truck collided the new mark officially one

rp all these things will be added unto Individual farm records are un- with an automobile In which hour later!
t the Indians were riding on the .-
eE you. usually important this year as a
Tamiaml Trail the Everglades
't di We people of the farms, like our basis for marking farm loans, and i ,' ,y across MIAMI BOY BLINDEDMIAMI..Physlclanll
4r'SM forty-two miles west of
%, neighbors of the cities, are too in deriving at adjustment pay- last week
Miami.
j 'r prone to seek after the material ments. Such records not only makeIt removed the mutilated eyes of 16-

e + things-.money property and related easier for a farmer to get his application year-old Hubert Earl ,Alford, who

} F goods. Sometimes I think through but ,speed the or'- INFLUX. PETERSBURG-A'OF TOURISTSST. total of was injured last Thursday night

J' rw thnk that in'our mad rush to ac- process up greatly. when a box of dynamite caps which
4,451 automobiles came Into FlorIda
s. a' quire material goods, we don't take Just as bookkeeping la essentialto four U. S., dur- he was trying to open exploded
over highways
in IlBLfw+ time tu think of the finer, nobler the city business man a few ing the week 'of Dec. 20-27, Bouton's near: .his home In EvergladesCity.A .
things of life. Of course material simple records are Important to the companion, Mitchell Scott, 1.5.
of ,Florida Travel
things are necessary, and we must farmer if he Is to know whether or // 'PLAZA Library also injured in the blast Is in a se...
said this week. This is the
largest *
iii strive to get them, but all too I' noun condition. He suffered a
) not he Is actually making money MAN O'WAB.BIGD week recorded by the travel bureauIn
often we measure a person's success and where he is,making !t. TERDINANLJ 1 puncture of his wind pipe and
the that it has been In
in life his to year op- wounds about the body. The boys
w by ability accumulate -
Dr. Noble
The records suggested CITY NAIL set) eiatlon.
4;: 1,; stores of material goods. are simple and practically any -, were brought here for hospitalization. -
A recent news story told of an PMSACOIAWHEBE :
time and .
farmer interested has the 1 BOAT STILL MISSING .
''Oklahoma who had been -
woman
ii ability to keep them. "FJO /DA-- TARPON SPRINGS-More than
WSVdeclared a master farm homemaker IAN ROBS
vat Sft J BRIDE
<4 The annual inventory gives more forty days have passed since any
of that state. She as her
gave MIAMI Robert James
i 4i information for the effort expended THE word has been received from the also
i greatest personal ambition that
known as Robert Jenkins of Mont-
,
than any other type of record, he sponge diving boat, Xios,now long
"The world might be Just a tiny bit fO&MAL T&AMfffA; clair, N. J., was sentenced to four
be taken'at the In here. The
should
said. It overdue port diving
"
tj better for my having lived In: it. O1a flO /OA FROM years In the penitentiary, after
A same time every year, and at a boat Calvin,, Coolidge returned to
pretty good ambition,
: t personal time when there Is the least SPA/M TO T1Ee port after searching and reported pleading gilty to robbing the woman
fray.
he married December
10 after
1 Vor amount of products on hand to Inventory 'UN/TED STATES nothing had been found. The Xlos, ,
." years and centuries a great claiming he was the son of a New-
., and at a convenient time. wok owned by Marcus Xlos, carried a
vt
; of farmers been financier..
majority have try Jersey James admittedto
On the ordinary farm and with a o/RATE ac/ crew of five men,. four Greeks anda
Jngpto take and Criminal Court E. C. Collins -
g-r everything put JudgE
blank prepared for the purpose the Of THE A/R / negro.
r
Ay, e,= nouhlng back. We have cleared our that he had pawned a $750(
+ Inventory can be taken and summarized -
lanp of Its timber, giving ,no H_ diamond brooch belonging to his,
in a half-day's time. CANNED CITRUS EXHIBITS
>> thought to growing We have wife,, the former Lillian '
,0. robbed our soil of Its more.fertility, and In the Inventory should be included The epochal transfer of Florida'from MAN O'-'WAR 'or FRIGATE BIRD.: n' WINTER HAVEN Following of Miami Beach, three days Campbell after,

z :' .Handed down to following generatlon all resources and liabilities Spain to the United States was observed ia a' large bird with very long wings its decision to make the 1934 showas their marriage.
of the farm business. Under resources '' comprehensive as possible, the
PLAZA FERDINAND VII forked tail short and webbed' .
f" L in worse shape than It was in historic long, legs -
be listed the amount the Florida
;I when we took It over. We have should February 18, 1821. There are 28 of these feet. Sailing on motionless wings for in- management of Orange NEW TAG STOLEN
t I and value of all lands, buildings, Festival, to be held in this city
r r 2) ,given no thought to the ,morrow. livestock, feeds, crops growing, open squares scattered throughout the definite periods it delights' >in harrying! January 23 to 27, haa mvitad the ,TALLAHASSEE-Chris Stoeft'

v However, the old order changeth equipment, money due the farmer, city of Pensacola.One pelicans, cormorants, gulls and terns home canners of the several counties of Tallahassee is the first car owner -

'i\f'i\ and a new one Is slowly but gred0' cash on hand, and all other farm of the most interesting tropical into releasing their prey, which it then: comprising the Florida citrus: 'to report theft of a'1934 auto-

;wally being ushered in. We are beginning investments: Under- liabilities everything birds found in southern Florida is the catches In the air. / belt, to exhibit their handiwork In mobile license plate. Stoeff appliedfor
to give thought to the ---- -- a replacement and said his
that the farmer owes fie form of canned or otherwisepreserved tag.

W +'Jj : principal things., We are making should be listed. i I : the scale since citrus fruits. I original tag was stolen from his
,r a meager start towards growing The difference between a farmer' New Year Is Time'To strongersprays ,- car in Jacksonville. The thief stole
Housewives be used with safety.When :
v.a, vi 'tv" timber on lands that not suited to ..resources and his liabilities is Hints To Pick Hens For may used as a winter spraythe NO MONEY FOR LIQUORTALLAHASSEECivil ?:the tkg, Stoeff said, by' breakingoff

{ field crops.' We are coming to a the bracket to which It at
his net worth.. .The difference between commercial lime-sulphur may be Works was

,slight understanding of the necessity : the net worth and now anda Weekly from flame Demonstim- 1934 Breeding Pen uesd as strong as one part to eight employes who spend their money tached. The 1934 tags are made-

:fir of maintaining our soil fertll- year ago is the profit or loss lion Specialists Tallahassee' .' : parts of water., The oil emulsion for liquor are subject to dismissal I with "theft-proof locking devices
.
t ) ity. We are growing fruits and made during the year. I commonly used on citrus trees may from their Jobs. Marcus C. Fagg, so that they cannot be taken off
nh' ,}!; flowers for future generations.,, GAINESVILLE:-Early, in the without' the bracket
breaking or
The Inventories will show the total be used, except that it should be state executive office, in letters to
r ,But all of these things are done, : gain or loss, but will not show Pecan Filling: For Cake new year is the time for poultrymen twice as strong., 'There.should be county councils notified them they destroying the tag. <
as the for it., To this Infor- Use three cupfuls granulated to select the birds that will go '------
yet, on entirely too small a : cause get two per cent of oil In the ,diluted could "discharge, suspend or layoff
water
ri scale. It should be the greatest mation it will be necessary to keep sugar, one cupful boiling Into their breeding pens and to any employe on Civil Works FORM CREDIT BUREAU

tw ,.-:! personal ambition of every farmer, some day-to-day record, and the the whites of three eggs, one cupful make further plans for the 1934 spray.After the buds have commencedto projects if the man Is continuouslyusing TAVARES-Lake County Phys-!-*

and farm woman that "The world simplest type is a list' of cash receipts chopped raisins, one cupful chick crop, suggests Norman R. swell: generally, it is not safe to the money that he earns for clans Bureau, sponsored*by the

f, ,;/1 might be Just a tiny! bit better for and cash expenses. Startingwith 'chopped one-half pecans, one-half candled cupful Mehrhof, poultry specialist with use either of these sprays. A few purchasing liquor and getting Lake County Medical 'Society and

my having lived In it." the cash on hand, put down citron, cupful the Florida Agricultural Extension. winter buds due to warm weather drunk." backed by all the doctors In' the
's cut fine, and two tablespoonfuls '
'!t all the money that Is taken in and cherries Service. I may be disregarded, but get the county, has been organized and'

j \ Disinfect Cucumber all that is spent along with whatIt I lemon the Juice.In the water The breeding birds should be : spray in.before the usual flush of CITRUS CREDIT BANK will soon be operating. It Is mod

was taken in for or spent for and Dissolve sugar mated two or three ,weeks before opening buds. He suggested that ORLANDO-Completion of plans eled after a similar organizationset
until the
Seed And Prevent the date. This with the Inven- and boll without stirring eggs are to be saved for hatching. in South Florida the spray be applied for the establishment In Orlando of up recently In Orange Countyfor
from
tories at the beginning and close of syrup will thread a spoon. Hens that are used in the breedingpen very soon, while for North a branch of the Citrus Credit Bank the purpose of collecting and

;>., Seed-Borne Diseases the year will allow the farmer to Beat the egg whites well, and pour > should be selected carefully. and West Florida along in January, was: announced here with A.. E. adjusting accounts and notes for

l' 1 Iii"r! study his business and see wherehe this upon them, beating constantly Other, 'things being equal, give Just before the buds begin to swell, Pickard of this city as president. its members, as well as to arrangefor

< 'GAINESVILLE Disinfection of can Improve. while pouring. :Peat until the icings and preference to the older birds. As a would be better.. Pickard is prominent throughout credit by obtaining notes and
nuts
'cucumber seed, to prevent the appearance cold, add fruit and general rule it.is not desirable to If persimmon trees are sprayed the state In the citrus Industry. The collateral, to secure and tabulate*

:,f later of such seed-borne CELERY STARTS MOVING spread on the cake. breed> from pullets. The birds with the lime-sulphur, any snow bank will be capitalized at $200,000and the credit rating of ,all patients

diseases as angular leaf spot and SANFORD Seminole County Nut Cookies two should also be strong and vigorous, scale on them will also be killed.' Is a branch of the bank at Columbia against whom accounts or notes

ttt $;' the fruit rota, is recommended by shipped its first carloads of celeryfor Take one cupful sugar eggs, which will mean better fertilityand S. C. It will be' ready to are filed with the' bureau, and to

f'' rh Dr. O. F Weber, plant pathologist the 1933.34 season last week two cupfuls flour, two cupfuls of a hatchablllty. They should be A farm inventory is the simplestand receive applications for loans strive to establish and maintain

t.? y with the Florida Experiment Sta. and Julius Dlngfelder, local representative mixture of raisins, currants, dates, selected for absence of physicaland most useful record a farmercan shortly and can make gross loans friendly relations between mem-
for C. I. and :M. and nuts, two-thirds! teaspoonful breed defects. Egg quality Is have for the time
tion. He explains that many path- Dlngfel required., up to $1,000,000 on citrus crops. bers and their patients.
4 ''ogenlu bacteria and fungi der of New York City and Sanford, soda, one-half teaspoonful nutmeg, a very Important factor, and Mr.
adhering
r tr to the seed, to cause trouble later handled the shipment which came one teaspoonful salt, one' cupful uncooked -,Hehrhof suggests selecting those ,.

R on, will be killed with a little corrosive from a three acre celery field oatmeal, one'teaspoonful, tea- hens that produce eggs of a large LOOK HEREFRIENDSI r.

;, ,sublimate, grown by Charles Lee, prominent cinnamon, and one-fourth size, that are the proper shape, and ,
Oviedo celery farmer. Approxi- spoonful ground cloves. are true to the color for the breed. ,
A good method for this
disinfec mately 1,700 crates were cut from Cream butter andsugar, and add Then the final test ia egg production. -

Sr tion is to place the seed In a the three acres, and the celery was well-beaten eggs Add spices, salt, 'They should be studied, from
,J cheesecloth bag, with the top tied fruit and nuts to the flour and oat
c' of exceptionally fine quality as It trap-nest ,records or external characteristics DOLLAR SAVING OFFER!
r'1, securely to and submerge them In a rolled to a "fair" northern market. meal, and mix'with the batter; and only the beat pro
1,000 solution of
the
corrosive Drop from a teaspoon on butteredtins
----e-- ducers allowed to go into.the breed-
it 'N 4 sublimate for ten minutes. During Spuds Johnson says that the wise and bake in a hot oven until Ing pen. '. .
Pt this time the bay: should be moved -
and brown. .
farmer Instead of to wrest crisp ''
trying
ask .'around In the solution. After the Steamed Pecan Bread Breeding males should be studied By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the
a living from his land, takes care
about the at-
,d t, k :rinsed ten minutes several the times seed in should water be of his land and helps it to produce Mix together and sift one cupful tentln to type same, width, paying of back special, depthof Country W. Bring You the Biggest Barsaln of All Time . ,
cold each of corn meat, graham or rye ''
ry allowed to' dry, and they are ready : a living and a profit. for him. flour,and white flour,three-fourth! body, and head points, as wellas Subscriptions To i Famous ,Magazines'with A New or Renewal

7 Ao plant. Paint stains that are dry and tablespoonful baking soda, one and He the suggests production using'one of their.male parents.to Order for This Newspaper;

rp i; The solution should be mixed In old may be removed from cottonor one-half teaspoonfuls salt. Mix about twenty Leghorn females, fifteen ..1. ALLA. ONLY"

;, ;wooden or earthenware containers woolen goods with chloroform.First three-fourths cupful molasses and UP : s. '
general purpose females or MAKE YOUR OWN CLUB!
'll as metal containers 'sour' 'milk I butter- .
react with the cover the spot with olive oil two cupfuls of ten bens ,,oft the heavier meat .
l poison and thus weaken It. ofbutter. milk.I"our wet mixture into dry "
I I breeds.
y + Average figures Indicate CHOOSE N.
well mixed
mixture and stir until I
,I that for every pullet wanted In the
t;tit Add one to one and one-half cup: i
Magazine From
fall it will'be necessary ,to 1 hatch Oroup"A"r,
fuls coarsely chopped,pecans, put
I three chicks which will mean set 2 (
t f rt into weU greased mold, filling Magazines From Group ;B"
Science 1
Today ting approximately five or six eggs. ;
says them two thirds full. Cover and And'
Eggs should not be saved more j _
team three to three and one-half
hours. than ten days before incubation. TS3;: ::CiV5r.!,',?ER (1( Full Year) WHY.PAY

t'h4 ,use a LIQUID Laxative Pecan Brown Betty He particularly suggested making MORE?
plans early and that quality
Take;one cupful bread crumbs,
three cupfuls apples, chopped fine, birds In the breeing pen will to a
''
If: you want to GET RID of Constipation worries large measure determine, 1934 Your Choice off An Y
One
t two-thirds cupful sugar, two tablespoonfuls ';Your Choice of Any Two I

butter, one-half cupful profits. Magazine This 1
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GROUP
one teaspoonful cinnamon. San Jose Best AO art.
.Scale i
Any hospital offers evidence of the It,you avoid danger of bowel strain.I 'Mix bread crumbs with melted MeCalTs M.guhta..1 Yr. 0-Better. coma B .

harm done by harsh laxatives that You can keep the bowes regular butter add sugar, spice and chop Controlled By Spray I D W_'. Home C
d, drain the system,weaken the bowel and comfortable; you can make ped pecans. Butter a baking dish, Wctortal BrrtawlYr.lD C Woman's Houaebold World 1 yr

}a ? muscles, and in some casqs even constipated spells as rare as colds.. placlngfin same a layer of chopped In Dormant SeasonGAINESVILLE Icnea Play......,,-.iYr.l NccdJecrafc.Ma.-. ''.. lv 1 y

f t affect the liver and kidneys. apples;; then a layer oi:.the above ---O. D Hollywood Mevls ......YI' 3 CoodStories '. 1 yr

:p t h A doctor will tell you that the The | mixture of bread,etc.,- alternating -San Jose icale, Q 3 Open Xo 4 (Boys)-:...S Yr. l Country Home 2)'n

4 H unwise choice of laxatives is a common liquid test layers until all materials are used, which during the winter damages C PatbfiiMfar (Wktj) -I y,.. Successful Fanning 1 yr

kU cause of chronic constipation. having the top layer of the breadcrumb Progress Fanner 2yrsotlMraAgrfcultmfct '
peaches) plums, and
pear. many p51
Fortunately the public is fast This test has proved to many men mixture. Cover and bake in shrubs In Florida Is best controlledby "'lrru't!!! p ltsd Tour CfoiM tyr

I4 :returning to the use of laxatives and women that their trouble was moderate oven for threequartersof spraying during,the" dormant .. M K Any Oscoabu

f+' in liquid/orm. not "weak- bowels" but strong hour; removing the lid onlyduring season with either lime-sulphur or THRSK Iii ALL.\ :fi.. '"' THREE IN Group ALL

fi A properly prepared liquid laxative cathartics: .. the last' fifteen minutes to an oil emulsion;'says J. R. Watson, .
brings a perfect movement. FlrsW Select a good liquid laxative. allow top to brown, serve hot or entomologist with the,Florida Experiment -
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'' There 1s no discomfort at the time 2. Take the dose you find 1s cold with ,whipped cream hard Station.' TNJ$ rr a II,' Chad iet=.'f xI
!' and no weakness after. You don't suited to your system. 3. Gradually sauce, or lemon sauco. "
a '. have take "a double dose" day reduce the dose until bowels are During'the summer fungi keep ,
fi !,, or two Jo later.. a moving regularly without any need On practically every farm there the scale under control but In artea R...... Ph..s.g. .. die dtna mafaaftss

In of stimulation. ire livestock that don't produce cooler weather this pest does con There an no strings attached to.thin ekseked whII a ,..,. T ,I JI _, s.-,.. S1Kama.
buying any laxative alwayt Syrup pepsin! has the highest enough 'to pay board' and crops siderable damage by covering the offerl' Every augwiiM mbecrilpdenwM Mrp
; 'read the label.
Not the claims, but
standing among liquid laxatives that lose money. Keeping a few branches and causing them to die. .
k, S the doubtful content I If don't It contains ono and is the one generally used;'It records will tell on these slackers. It Is about the color of peach tree .be'ADe4 exactly us repannML __
,
+ drug, take it. '
contains scans a 1Ia1l11Gllaxativewhichlaperfecllyaarerot bark but on younger. twigs causes II any, of your m b.erlpdon. are ..
r. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin i is a' Some farm relief may be bad for reddish or pinkish, .;spot, that,.U ..... M ILP.D.

rtptiooal preparation in which the youngest child.Your next year by using the winter fire. easily;;not ceable.1 ;'- ntwsJs toe, time. wffl be propsrV.. tnh ... a .

i no mineral drugs. Its In- druggist ,has Dr.>Cal8 *-' side a t for,:'reading IA! and It\ studyingabout "4 Now i j wall th
I ar,"*on:the. ...labeL'r,".":By. using 4" "?t,<,ft-weU'. ,''"'.",Syrup<,. Sii.; Pepsin.,.i.ifffU'Jf,rfM., "*. r- .7j,.,.ti:., bettgrIr3i+ ",fJ: j'f.}\ + l Lm.' 1*,a gooditI m to, spray for V(,

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1934 -. >>WOBD oomrrr 1TJa0BAPq: h1aAB1hE FLOBID& PAGE SEVEl't' n r rr
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:.r.' "$ i[ FOR OTHERS l lTh. ] struction.This is all 'on the credit side con of SCHOOLDAYS -' By DWIG fm

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-. the ledger. The entries on the
.- \.i debit side are not less Important--
4L L i ( new column appearing? In
the Tclewrnph fhlM week wM In* and It does the country and the ad- 'ltxt> 'JW std J> j3stit1 : \ te.\IeP. 'JbU) '
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uplretl b" thin lovely with ministration no
Thy word U a lamp unto ny. (eel and a Ethl nt.. my _-Ftahs UftlOS.: .....r.1 .rkvowle..'*..... to Uiem. AU service to overlook :r.w I SM> 'tCd J m a
A. 10. Ii.) jOTIIRIIS I great experimental iRlsttNI IUh7 ee0.LD y. > s sKNTtt6ttTl
All teaching doctrine I movements breed errors-and Mr. > 1 i .p1i1U' lOC i it
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"l8m( rbl111f"lI lp %. religious or ilrJ YDII
i .IUI. .. creed,if they are to have any claim !!! I Roosevelt and his advisories would J ttiOf OCJI! 'tttU 1dMo fly
upon the love,loyalty and devotion of the peeple must be In harmony with "Lord! help me to live from day today have been a great deal more than t,p, sM Attu' SIC) ITttOQl fPi

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose word fit ,Into every fold and crevice In 'uch a golf forgetful. WaY human had they avoided them. It > ) .......f yaly<< okay Hro9dg
If the human heart, and of whom it wa said in John 7:46"NEVER MAN That even when I kneel to pray is unquestionably true that, in tI1.: l1'rte HOfII!.
My prayer shall be for Others. E i !
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN. ; ttO.-ucr Siy > WJ k '
to 1 SId
working brlngjrecovery, methods wthl '6+ea+ 11\0 !-J
pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thla department Help me In all the work I do have been adopted and laws Ow 1 t ya11iT 1 W'D 'boil
To ever be ulncere and true Mo'N11x
for new of church activities, organizations and announce And know that all I'd do for you passed, which will make arid some f/1 egilsd 'tb C3tlf; IT, tU Q lr. '
mea Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirementbeing Must. need !>. done for Other. of the, spring'from whence recov- LI/ p'tJSCt '(IIaT i AMT 'd xs eYJ1CTCl '

that suck items reach this office before Wednesday moraine Let self be crucified and lain ery must eventually flow. 'Gab ALL IM's t401' TAAT. I yAipO01 SI1ttO ;,4
cannot be bandied for current Issue. I 4 W\O\ > / ,
otherwise they i And burled deep-and all In vain In brief, government, and the "QUIJ "
May effort be to rise Again''' we>- tIt-.t \f
Unless* to llvo-for Otheri. voting public, must not forget hat I '

STARKE CHURCH DIRECTORY Joiced with exceeding great Joy. And when my work on earth In done private Initiative and enterprise are =:! 1 t"SAD- .-t fA1Ne 1'( :' '=
First Baptist Church And when they were come into the And my new work In heaven's begun still the most important of national (!P ": ,

Rev. J. J. Johnson, pastor. house, they saw the young child May I forget the crown I've won. I' attributes. Government can do 'CI..) T 6-
While thinkingstill of Other.MContributed. ,,
Sunday School-10:00: A. M. with Mary His mother, and fell much to cure depression but after .

Morning Worship-11:00: A. M. down, and worshiped Him: and recovery has commenced, it is Industry -
B. Y. P. U.-6:30: P. M. when they had opened their treas- I wonder if at the beginning of a and capital which will pro-

Evening: Worship-7:30: P. M. urers, they presented unto Him new year you are making resolu- vide Jobs; taxes, payrolls, progress.The t 1 l pV '
A cordial invitation extended tell gifts; gold and frankincense, and tions to do the sort of things you publIc purse Is not bottomless.It .
these services. myrrh. And being warned of God failed to do in the year just ended T can be more easily exhausted / zV1

in a !dream that they should not Just thoughtful little deeds- than we know. The administrationshould

Methodise Church return to Herod, they departed into meaning; so little to you and so certainly not be blamed for

Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. their own country another way." much to OTHERS. Perhaps you honest mistakes-unless it makes

Sunday School, 10 a.m. The Wise Men: Who were they. are wishing you could turn back no 'effort to ,correct them.. And Co
Morning worship at 11:00: a.m and whence did they come? Professor the leaves of your calendar and do now is the time fdr that.

Young People's Meeting-6::30( Moulton says that the priests the things you are now remember- In summing up, the American

P.M. !in Persia were called Magi, toe ing.Visits people have the best! of reasons for _
Evening Worship-7:30 P. M. word which in English is translated to shut-ins-a little note looking to the future with confi- '

"Wise :Men." Their religious to a sorrowing friend meaning so dence. The country Is still here. _

Presbyterian Church conceptions in various ways were much more than..costly flowers; a The land Is rib' less fertile than it

Rev. George H. Lowry, minister. similar to those of the Jews; including dainty bit of food to tempt the appetite was Its Industries are no less -It-

Services Sunday, December 3: their exalted conception of of a convalescent; a cast-off great. Its individual spirit is no .A
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School. the Supreme God. The Jews had garment fashioned into clothing for lens potent. Its intellectual capac-

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; been carried captive Into those re- some child'suffering from cold. ity Is no smaller. Factories, utili-

sermon by the pastor. glons and synagogues established.The Just little things for OTHERS. ties, railroads, Insurance compa-

6:30 P. :M.-Christian Endeavor. historians declare that the nies, mines, banks, farms-they are __ j
7:30 P. :M.-Evening worship: people of the east were expectinga In your garden one day bloomeda still here, and they will be doing V ?

song and sermon. i great king to arise in Judea. Tho perfect rose.' You revelled In Its business as usual when new forces,

'A cordial invitation to all our I wise men may have known parts gorgeous beauty until its petals new changes of which we know

services extended to all. ,of the Hebrew scriptures. fell. Oh, yes, you showed it proudly nothing now, have usurped the cen- _
.. i It is thought that the child Jesus to II'i friend or two-while it ter of the stage.-Industrial News S'Gor nc SAS

i.was several weeks old when the bloomed In your garden.A Review.
SUNDAY SCHOOL wise men arrived to worship Him. few blocks away lived a friend .' S

.Shortly thereafter God warned Jo- suffering mental anguish or physical CHRISTIAN CHURCH

LESSON seph to take the child to Egypt to pain. Oh why did you not Forty per cent of the United

JANUARY 7, 1034 escape Herod's effort to kill Him, pluck that rose and hurry to her on Next Sunday at 11:00: a.m.: States tobacco crop has been exported FUNERAL DIRECTORS ?Y
FOR I and after Herod's death Joseph your busy way and by this fra- "Three Essentials of Success." At on an average for the past
Subject: Birth and Infancy of I war Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Bender i
was told to go back to his native grant gift lift her sorrowful 7:30: p.m.: "Through Night to several years.
Jesus. land;and he took his family back, of EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE "
thoughts to heights beauty? Morning. Text] Psalms 30:5.: MODERATE PRICES ''toDeWITI'
Golden 'Text: "Thou shall can but turned aside to dwell in Naza- it Bible
Just a rose-why' not share study at 10:00: a.m. Land formerly planted to rice in
His name Jesus: for He shall save reth, where Jesus lived until He with OTHERS. A book you may AU are invited to come. the Hawaiian Islands has C. JONES COMPANY "1f

His people from their sins. .Matt. I went into'Ills ministry. have enjoyed might do 'wonders for W. E. DAUGHERTY, Minister. I big potato crop. yielded a .. STARKE FLORIDA #.,,,,
: OTHERS.No I
1:21.Lesson -V
Text: Matt. 1:1: to 2:23.: doubt you, like I, exchanged Ii, --- -------V. 5\ j ,

(Printed part, Matt. 2112.: ) Christmas greetings with friends

Time and plaJesln; the lesson are BOB JONES far and near, but now you are remembering -

given by Peloubet as follows: some one to whom a

!"T1mes.-Blrth of Jesus, December simple card would have brought .i

B. C. 6.. Visit ofrthe Wise men, i OMMENTS cheer, and you neglected the op

January B. C. 4. Flight into Egypt, portunity."No .
ON
Fefruary B. C.. 4. Childhood and I appropriate card" you say. Blanks
youth in Nazareth, B. C. 2 to A. D. HERE. Why could you not have written, Legal

26. Visit to Jerusalem at the.age HEREAFTER.Jesus "Thinking of and loving you." f
of twelve/ April, A. D. 8. Let us start the new year right + i

"Place.-Bethlehem, Egypt, Naz- and let our thoughts be more of
areth." was the loneliest person In OTHERS.

many ways the world ever saw. -By Another.

This The years Gospel'By study Matthew Is opened by He was always approachable. Any' We Carry the Following in Stock
one could get to Him. Little children GREETINGS TO 19S4 : ,
six months In the first: book of the a.. .
would leave their mothers and
New Testament, the Gospel by
Matthew. nestle in His arms. Wicked women The United States has come to
would leave the street and drop in the end of one of the most momen-

The central of Christ purpose as King Is the depictIng presentation -- on Him when He went out to din- tous years In Its history. It has ." '. Warranty: Deeds F.

ner. They would bathe His feet been a year in which vast and un-
His reign over the hearts omen
with their tears and wipe them experiments have been *" '
and Hla ultimate rule over the precedented ,' "*
away with their hair; But Jesus tried. It has been a year In which :c Bills of Sale '
nations of the earth. This Is a spir- :r.
was not understood. They said governmental problems and Issues
itual kingdom, a rule of "righteousness -
many things about Him. They even have, to a greater degrees than at
and and Joy in the Holy
,
Spirit. Rom.peace 14:17.: accused Him of being' in league any time since the World War, engaged ; Short Form Chattel Mortgages t
with the devil. the attention and Interest of
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It la for the coming 6 this king- .
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"Man wisdom knew not God. It has been of "
by the a V
public. year '
doc that we are taught to pray in V'V .
? That is what the Bible says. Man trial and error, of achievement and ;:; Deeds ,"
the Lord's Prayer. Matt. 6:10: ;: Mortgage
The Old Testament in many place can know God only by revelation. failure. And finally, It has been a ,
When Jesus was on earth a of .
very : year astonishing change.For
foretold the. reign of the Messiah
and the Jews were eagerly expect- prominent religious leader calledon the first time since govern- } LeasesAgreements : :
fl" Turpentine
lug it. Matthew's chief aim in his Him one night and said in sub ment was founded, there has been "
stance, "We have come to the conclusion sweeping legislation to control the "
Gospel was to set these prophecies ': ': .
that you are a teacher and wages and hours of the entire ,
over against the facts of Christ'slife
you are such a wonderful teacherwe working population, and the competitive '" for Deed ;
\.t. ; .: ilf.t
and thus to show their agree- : ,(
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have decided that you must methods of virtually all In ,', '''. /. ,
ment and to prove'that Jesus was "
have come from God" The man dustry. A dramatic; and frankly '"" 'i..*'V',: \:W; >' '
the Christ the long-foretold Mes- : :
siah. He linked the Old Testamentwith could know by reason that Jesus experimental effort to solve the< / -/;, Land Contracts .", ., ", ". Af.- -
f .' '.
was a teacher, but he had to guess farmer problems has become partof % 1 1
the New, and showed how the f
that He from God. When of the land. The I ""j ':'
*. fulfillment came the law largest '
New Testament Is the
asked the neighbors of works we' have Plain ; ,, t' :
and culmination of the Old. someone public 'program Notes .> < '
The writer of the book was Jesus who He was, no doubt they ever known has been..Inaugurated.I ;
replied that He was,the son of a Everything that the present lead- ,
named named
LevI and he was
after one of the sona of Jacob, the man next''door' whose name was I'era of government believed would Retain Title Notes :
guessed One has been done. Ad- ;
Joseph. They
ancestor of the Levltea, who took wrong. spur recovery ; ,
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It day a man said "Thou art Christ visors who had no previous connec- :" ".} ; .\)
charge of: the temple. was
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doubtless Christ ''who gave him, the Son of the living God." Jesus tion with politics have been called t;. ,. '4(> )". I1""i, : ,t' J:,:'
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replied, "Flesh and blood baa not in-and their plans- have ,been j"" : "( "'" ,
after" his conversion his second t.-"z.: ,.\" ,;!
revealed this unto you, but my adopted. The whole prestlce of : Also 'the :. f
which Following
name of Matthew, means Signs: : '! ,1.!'" :f
"The Gift of God." He was tht Father which Is In heaven. Christ government, and the immense : ,. :
Is known as the Son of God only by of the public1 treasury have ; >".t'<: \ '" .
Publican DOWer : 1
son of Alphaeus, a"d was a ." 1 f : .
( tax collector) of revelation.It been used whole-heartedly and .:: '
a Caoernaum. is an awful reflection upon human sometimes ruthlessly to bring us .1. .. :
:
The printed part of our lesson For Rent Ifi. : .
nature that the absoluti- Signs :
text for today in Matt. 2:1-12: fol- only stability and prosperity. v : : ,
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lows: ly perfect person the world ever To say that these efforts have :, .

"Now-when Jesus was '.born In saw was nailed to a cross, The re- been ''entire successes is to close /
Bethlehem of Judea In the days of Iglous leaders of the day of our our eyes to facts. To say that they Closing Signs V :, ., ,

Herod the king behold, there came Lordthe; ones who should have have failed is to be unjust They .
wise men from thWast to Jerusa- known and loved Him stirred up have fallen between these ex

lem,. saying,. Where;la He that ia the .hatred which made, the mob tremes. Men have been put' to .., :;,1" ', No Trespassing Signs ., .. ,,\. ,: ,, ,.
Him. The leaders of.thousandsmen
crucify religious work by the hundreds :
/born King of the 'Jews T for we .:. : J' \ !I. '
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had built,up an ecclesiastical who bad .bad little or no \ :
.have seen His star In the eas ; and { ,' (
machine. of and t' 'ro ,. 'Mv n ', d;: ,
are come to worship Him.V I They, thought more work for two or three years, \ .
', When Herod the king had heart,. their machine than they did of the had been forced to suffer the Ignominy i"And::::: Office ,, f' i
these things, he was troubled and souls of the people. The ones who of organized charity In or- Supplies : ,>: ,

all Jerusalem with him. And when should have taught men to' love der to keep their families and .
[he bad gathered all the chief Jesus taught them to hate Him. themselves from utter privation. ; \'. ; ',.

|l priests and scribe of the people tother Ecclesiastical hatred is the most Wages have been appreciably raised w .' I
;' ne'' demanded of them bitter hatred la. the world. Boot- and the sweat-shop, encouragedby Carbon Paper- "

ere Christ should be born.. And loggers may turn against you today the depression, has been elimi .

said unto btm."uar In Bethlehem but tomorrow you can convert ,nated. Child labor Is on the wane. ; ,

[ _. for thus II.. is written aji them and'they will love you.: Politicians The C. C. C. camps, whatever theirshortcomings Typewriter Ribbons ',.
,
i prophet And thou, Bethlehem may be against-you this have served to provide ,
the land of Judeau.art not thet year but next year they may be on thousands of young mea wltB :': _
side. Ecclesiastical: hatred Is useful work under and >. Rubber ) : .
among the princes of Judea! your army pay :.,:,,, I Stamps r y
[out of thee ahall come a gover different from any other hatred in discipline, and have kept then .: :
4i.u
,that ahall- rule my.people la- the world. Preachers who build away from, debilitating and'demoralizing .. I ".,
Then Herod when he had ecclesiastical political machines fn uencu. 1 1r

y called the wise, men, en- will never forgive those who refuse And In other fields the administration -
I of them diligently what time to bow to their.authority. I know has much on which it can C+
i star appeared and he sent to nothing 'which is ''doing'' more to honestly pride Itself.- It has darted ,

lehem. and said Go and search lock the1'wheels of the church than a progPlUD'whereby the trans:' Bradford Telegraph r

ntly for the ;young child; andy the political machine which Is being portatlon difficulties of the country y
i have found Him, bring meagan built'up ia some of our denominations. may eventually' be solved It has

1 ,.that VI may come andp ''X'am not talking about done a good Job la solidifying and

Him also., the preacher who Is Interested In safeguarding the banking struc-

en they had heard.the king, the political welfare of his country.I ture. It bas attempted to protectthe Phone 29

c departed and, Lo,. the star, am talking about the preacher public against stock swindlers
they saw la the east went who tries to save his skin and the and fly-by-night promoters, who j

tm It cam and stood skin of his ecclesiastical clique at I Nap so fine a harvest in the boom ..

the J'GUIIC'' .ebJJ4, .... the'n CM'of'''\lie 'spiritual welfare :yean sad sea attar It !has GI'.t-

,'...saw the star,.,they.re-. of the people., ed_machinery seeking to encourage:

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On page three of this week's paper .' You've DISCING VPJyRa
1 our readers will find a chro-
Established 1877

ti n ," _" -__--__-- -- I world nology events of the taking most.place'during important' i ., Jtfeard It, But

+ y: 6 Published" Weekly on Midkyk and Entered as Second Class 193a.. ',,01'1 '1111" o a 1, .' I'I'I .\ .... TO II I '
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; +: ? Li''Matthew$.:. ':':.L!:' !!'_': ____..._,.Li.Editor and Owner I 1983 brought 'td the ttalted' national'State. blggpUt kick' of "the 'week
such epochal events as the ,
t came from ,aeelng' wisecracking
bI.. _- "_ LU1 eL' !er'rs '
; -- bank moratorium, the Mpeal\ of ports writerseat,, humble pie after
SUBSCRIPTION RATE prohibition, the blanket 'code, the' predicting: that Columbia University

1 Yearly $1.50; SlrWoHtfu' 75c-Payable In Advance: demise of the gold standard,' and, didn't have a snowball's chanceIn
the attempted assaslnatton of
know of winning\ the
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' you jybere
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Rates
Application
$ Advertising on '
t ., Roosevelt. Rose Bpwl\ game. Qf course"shorts
And not only lathe Unit writer have a. column of space to rr

1934 is a clean slate.. Think twice before you write anything States, but in all parts of the fill up and they can't b n 1.. world, events of equal Importancewere picking 'em wrong once in a while,

a$' ,on it. ,;;,! ri., "L' taking, place. Hitler overthrew but they could make it easier onthemselves
y' 0 i the German Republic at the by writing: their predic-

t ad- polls 'Japan .withdrew from the tions in words that,would be more
AA'.ehfyuisiastic moving picture
Add similes: as a ;
: ? League of Nations. The London palatable when they are forced to

,ji iv yertisement. '' ,1.,'. '-o > JIdLji' al Economic Conference, hope, of a eat them later on.
l 4y 0 sorely-tried and anxious world, But the
maybe they were doing:
r"l." ,) ended in failure. Germany with-
y How much more,fun it.la i to look AT business instead of drew from the League of Nations The Columbia: lads boys might a.favor.not have all the fought time. /orr

looking FOR it. ,1Wl4. iltf: !?, It was a year when It became nearly so hard, if those harsh ""' crN re ewil.de.
apparent that this country had at and 4 4" *% '.!! I L"/0/ 'words, sarcastic phrases bel1tI 111 CNO,1lSBureau
last chosen at its head a man who I ,
!' Some of the new automobiles have stream lines and really had the Interest of the little ,thug poems had never been penned.
fellow at heart. A movement But if the writers were naughty Reclama iex
Ii/ ? _,tla others have extreme,,lil\ept> begun to prevent foreclosures; was on before the game, they spared no ef. '' '

rr. .J uti. 0 farms, a movement'.having as Its fort to make up"'for- it afterwards p ,y wM
''r j F Hope it won't ba.l ongrllefore Florida towns will again objective the saving''of=1700,000'; ; ," and"e-djectives' in the superlative T l

begin to feel growing.nains.T.,1! 000 to land-owning farmers degree' wer.-!t-used'without stint
l whenever the Columbia eleven was
And then in the
early summer
-<'0 mentioned. /3qplb guet as"gamest.w
: the country began to see that what ;; Jfaartest."'Amazing "
fi'
P'' _, The Punta Gorda1 Herald/ remembers the day when "wild was under way in Washington was ,
and many othet''Were!! hurled at
"n.4. life" referred to the fdrestfl.' not merely a war against the de the: 'unaccust med heads of the

1, I ',lIt -n! _j-0; "- pressJon but what the Literary DIgest boys from Morningalde Heights.
-
recently called "a non-violent
;}' Miami Herald thirtUs'that! '' i'ootball is safe enough if the revolution for the remaking of our It Just'.goesjto' 'show; folks.that $
economic order. 'Planned Econ- If You'talk'tbonuch; t' ) you'll spend +..>w, /asfek q mrne
players will keep out, <5T automobiles.We omy' was the slogan of .the, mo- half your time, explaining why you r
f'9'ta' 0 ment," the Digest continues, "and said It and the' other halt wishing aXalnitcrI 1Lcommercially

d' feel sorry fbr'the'scfeool' boys of the future who will Increasingly, the voices of the pro- you hadn't. a 61"'''' .

_lah have to remember all i trie dates in 1933. 'essors were heard in the land. The -
' :' )O important:. President, while out, first of all, to NOT .SO ,BIG
-
defeat the depressIon was .bent; "" '"
o 11! And another1 thing lots of people .
V Why bother with new: resolutions? You'll have enough also, upon ushering the country into hAve.the'wronB''Idea about is the r ""
a period where-with a partnership M ",1. "I.,.
i to keep you busy if you observe the ones you made for 1933.: between the government and business size of Columbia College. Someone .
.
\ S -.Af,; -future depressions might be remarked after 'the' game "Well, >- .. .". ,
o they should have won. They have -
b prevented And big business--ln "it eckn'eI4i1uJI. '
If patrons wanted jcf'pay( : their school taxes as badly as the mild days of late the largest student body In''the : IS r }'' ftfif
Mayccepted '" D. ..t/J t j 'A1JStr: t.
country to draw1 from. Columbia ,
.
't ,they want an' elght-mJhth'term there would be no difficulty. the President's program mlth ,. "" '

t overwhelming enthusiasm." University. and, with extension its many'dIvIsions dIfferentcoll..e. is )4k ti'flt.14; "" 19 PrIIt-rt : and ,

ftptle'r "Nineteen thirty-three was hells perhaps the'Targest'itr! the country, t
4 Dr Nicholas worries about the profit "
r, ; MUEI't. : 'red In on the arm of Prof. Howard enrolling'som 40.00O students.'But t1H9'd4.f.ll l"Ii? rIanE .. ,

motive in business fe'!j usiness,'l. men are worrying' Qi*n11." :: .I Sdott'and the Technocrats.Since Columbia College! ,> bvhich'alone can

i .about. the prof it. '_,. then other professors, whole shoals furnish football material> ,' is only
? of them have forward to
come do one small part"of'this enormous
I I 'confident the bulk of these be need of to'run the
0 the honors and lead the dance. am : money government
'rdre" Whole, and Is no larger than the
'There would be a.ti proj&ne>> ; : time if that, Georgia stateoffIcial Technocracy has passed to Its last average Southern 'college'! Late! loans would be ,repaid. .. there would be need of
Thousands of would be to the schools. Therefore
: people money run
long rest. The debtor nations, I
should
4 '
named Heck (,ever"get. ; Into an argument with whose defaults made the front WE! WANT ALICE I able to clear :up old debts' In this ,government: would need

j Secretary of War Derrit :. pages twelve months ago., are no Qlassifc way. In fact such loans'could be the Legislature and. the Legislature -
longer bead-l1ned. The'' Hunger Perhaps, a H.trKle juvenile, but confined to' the payment 'of debts, would need the sales tax. But
? t 0- Army which marched against anyway we consider it brave to ad- in which case,, the governmentwould somehow-It did not work out. that
See where a Savannijj} man went to sleep Christmas Day Washington at the end of 1932 has mit eager anticipation at the pros- Sttnuij By, Florida RUSStt-L Pnt KAY Anoct tior issue checks to the creditors way. '

and has not yet awaIt: n J'j':' Well, that's one way to :get probably ceased to be hungry and pact,pt,seelnLK"AUce) .in Wonder -- after the borrower had filed'a The Governor,'and the Comp-
If around paying holiday''"biUS) "' Its marching, It any, Is now done in land" at. the local theatre soon. The statement.. To further secure the troller are miracle men. They got
jJ. And while Congress is constderIngNRA.PWA.AAA.CWARFC loan; debtors' notes could be -
the ranks of the CCC., In the first only thing we remember about the endorsed money by the Intangible tax. by
,, o week of the new year some! five book; is that Alice fell down some by each creditor receiving: a. the occupational license tax; they
kind of bole or a well and alt the rest, I'd like to suggest government check for the. amountso got out of the thin air .but
Brisbane says that iff Detroit) fan dancer goes to jail hundred political rubber-stamp or something, one more combination for the received.' money -
members of the Eletoral College and despite the fact that she I they got It. .The Ship of State
those who exhibited heyshould also to jail. What about National Alphabet Soup, that IB ''
go met in the capitals of their respecve wouldn't, MV.'}wen going around 'Repayment of such loans over a sails on. Sometimes' little unsteadily
J : '. those who went to see.her r R. Arthur? .' states and' cast the ballots ticking< herihead in/holes ,it she my humble opinion would ,do as year or two at low interest 'would ; sometimes veering a little I
w which made Franklin D. Rooseveltthe hadn't been a bed girl],, we're glad much as any'of the others have not be difficult and the plan would I.from Its course, but the schools are
.
o' thirty-second President of the she did foe she has given us some- done toward a speedy recovery. enable hundreds of thousands to still open and the government. still
Hugh Johnson is }reported, to be on a hunting trip.. Wonder United States., Franklin D. Roosevelt hlng to put,children, ,to.sleep by ref like to see 'em set; up a SLA clean, up their debts and'' make afresh functions. I

?L %; 4F if he can atlll recognize"game birds after seeing ,nothing is still .ws." for ages' to coma.And (Small Loan Administration). 'The I start. Doctors, lawyers, However-there are still several
.' Among other things he was -- weakest link in the.whole Recovery tradesmen business houses would bard months ahead and who can
but blue for the six months \ "
past ?
eagles .
; ? quIck to 40) was to': law down the o general specifications for the New picture that you might not of the average; run of the mill- I would thus be put'Into. Immediate, bring about. Still the question

gip;, A Chicago music t teacher' says that Bing Crosby has done Deal lave thought about Is the satisfaction citizen.to get any sort of credit: circulation. arises and will not down. Did Cassandra
"Our dIstress' he declared, itwill;, be ta.many Hollywood Every year hundreds of' thousands Of course the small loan i Inter sometimes feel impelled to
.more than anyone elae J! :tpJh'arm i American music during 1933 comes from' no failure of sub- tars... Just Imagine) a white-haired of people, honest conscientious I ests would,:yelp that the government apologize for her prophecies, or to

?k He's done. a lot of ha.ni.c! !? feminine hearts also., tance. Plenty at our doorstep, ling; Crosby, on.Gary' Cooper, or ,hard working, in need of a was going Into competition withdraw them;-ffiustls Lake, Re-
$. but a generous Use of languishes' Cary Grant, sitting In the chimney few hundred dollars, and unable to i with them, but the Idea of the government -I gion.
'
I. pE' In the very sight( of the supply. corner and saying to an inquisitivelittle set, it. from any other ,tiource are in business is not new. -.o- .
'err+r It's all right to hayeth.e NRA,. RFC CWA, AAA, PWA, PrImarily' this Is because' the I J'l'&DdCb1Id"Ot" course I was driven,to patronize the loan shark The government Is in open competition A VIEW AS TO LYNCHZNO'
G' ar k' ur''' HOLC and countless o,''h' t8'Jjut' what we're more interested rulers of 'exchange of man- a good actor.. "Didn't I play the and money bootleggers, and once In today with many lines of
ilnd's goods have failed through oor-mouse'-ln1 f.A.11C41'ID'.Wonder- the clutches cf these V1Iturea.there business, one more wouldn't hurt, Curb lynch law! 'A: consummation -
'11 to see In business houses is. --,-()-standing room" only their own stubborn and their land'r'." *" Tr ii. little hope,for them.It especially considering its ..charac devoutly to be wished" But

//'t 0 own Incompetence, have admitted
a, ,t Now is the time of when husbands suffer their' own faHure and abdicated. ''If things'run' true to'form' : the per cent of the people of this country ter.So let's set up a SLA (Small ( are condemning lynch 'law
: year, sudden Practices of the unscrupulous kiddles wilt probably'saveMheirpenniyo have no tank credit. Yet the Loan Administration) and do and heaping'criticisms," maledlc:
4 \\t fits of apoplexy as they: see their wiyes eyeing,;'.the ;sprtIg. money changers stood Indicted in f or"the./ next< Mae,'West bulk of these people! are honest,,industrious something for the little fellow and tions execratlona: and scorn on certain

: ; ,\ fashion. magazines before. jast'fairs outfit is paid for. the court of public opinion,, rejectedby opus while'Urf'-grown-ups flock ''to citizens: ,,willing and anx- at the same time reduce accounts officials who honestly condone
'& the hearts and minds of men.' watch the adventures of'Al1ce.. ious to meet their-Just obligations. 'receivable for the: 'butcher., the certain lynchings,' let's) stop.,and
q1 ty' .'., 4 Stripped. the lure of profitby I 4 .,....:" [Many are burdened with, doctor baker and candle stick maker.*'who take a look at ourselves;' ''
( 'Don't be a clothes, hoarder. Almost everybody :some which to Induce our people to I What a help the little girl could bills, taxes and other debts that a If not concerned over debts of their Why not do something about certain -

'' f ;old clothes that he knows_hel'il never wear,but never-the-Iesa follow their false leadership they i be to financial experts in these few 'hundred dollars.would .take own are handicapped through'the criminal lawyers and, ':the
have resorted to exhortations, troubled times: if she should sudenly care of and set them free to work Inability of creditors to pay at this maze of technicalities that we permit
tM. k' hates to throw' away.. ,Give,r' them to somebody who. ,can pleading] tearfully for restored con- I; appear on the scene with her out their destiny wlth an. untroubled time. to surround the murderer T 4
!; base them., aft' 'cy Idrnce.. They know only' the rules : drink m."- bottle to one hand and mind. We can ;abolish lynch, law,' by
at F; I.f of a generation of self-seekers.: he" .at me" cake 'in the other, Cleverly) worded! personal'letters abolishing a few other things'un:' -
,'M''" 0 They have i no vision 'and where, By a.d'm1nl8terllC'these doses"''in "and advertisements urge them; to ethical criminal lawyers., "pr''isumption
Saturday afternoon broadcasts of football games have there,la no vision the people per- proper proportions,we could have a BORROW what they need. It to so I'From Other Pens I I of the prlaoner"e' lnao.=:

7 >'' ; ; I given away to grand oper. 'Some'' untrained ears might not ah. '. : dollar of almost any desired degree easy.no signatures to secure Just cence" ,.wheQ tne whole country

:be able to distinguish between the yells of cheer leaders and The year 1933 had no st&tore.1 of, inflation- or deflation., come.In and get the money' why knows he Is guilty and he doesn't
[ Young i men l>enlisted in CivilianConservation. MM* lose sleep over debts, let the Whositldtaance FROM OTHER PENS bMO ;> deny It. but,.yen-.brags about. It.
the high notes of stars. And'It Just 'occurred to us that
opera Camps, re-employed Company do your worry' CHIEF SANDY Hero-worship.mush-headad gover
'.w t ,xa '. -J relief woriceM, Business Bmen--au we have o':4e: fre' to pull AIIC"s lags. No high interest charge, the I none who pardon known murderers,

res..' '>* An expert says, "All.'wines: do not improve with age; a were .effects. Iii one way" or an- ':SThrough: the Looking Glass*;stunt announcement states. Legal. rates A Scotchman walked Into a telegraph rattle-brained pardon and 'parole
oth.r.by Its economical sbffts. AU It what we see entry time we look apply boards who do the same and
'' office and, picking up a thing,
M' I wine which is indifferent the start usually will get'worseas became fighters In what will beCome Ia the mirror Is a sample' ) of what's ,The' 1.1'1rata\ in this state is blank, asked the clerk, "How much often for money, silly women who
"
i ; it grows older." And, we might add that it seems; to us one ;of the' most historical OD, the other aids' forty-two per cent. You may; borrow will a message to Chicago'cost T""Twentyfive send flowers and sympathy to con*

: ;the same rule applies to people.' battles U Mstory. _. the fight --- up to three hundred dollars It ; .
against worlCVwide depression. t- you'have'a'steaxiy job or personal clerk, for the first ten wprda and their weak-minded,, governors
,>f o It la in the belief that everyone property sufficient to cover many five cents for each additional word who listen to the Inspired pleas 411'
President Roosevelt t. "From the bottom" of my heart'I I. vitally. lntse-ted ta too significant all Walter his time\Wlnc teUmg* lli J us doesn't'-who's spend goingto lutes: .over the amount of.. your and no charge for the signature., mothers who want Just one mo

:,0, '. sieve that this beloved country of ours is entering upon .a events above ot 1933 mentlca-S'that we chro-are have'toe next baby.; Every ,loss.But "AU right. said the canny: Scot chance for their boy (to go out i
publishing loan shark dealing with I 1g.< "send murder a ..few more,people),
signature. .
my
'f e of great gain for-120,000,000 human beings and not a lology. A glance through Its briefparaiT&ph. :onceinwnile he publishes a little so on.- -
norant known to
i clients have been
: fn'' helpful blat: like the following: ."What to your name. ?" asked the
wfll.'refresh :your
; ,
\: i i prosperity for the top o ,ihe pyramid alone memory thine* that your children, "If you have a cough and you're 'go far'beyond tk* so-csJJed legal Clerk. The criminal code of every i stat

';4 "I," o '' and grandchildren win be asking dying for a smoke then wet. the :rate in collecting- Interest on loans.There .After a. !moment's hesitation, the in UM Union Is such a Joke that, J

t ,aT ,'i: 1 ti, The first bridge ftpaLxtflihe>! year came ,when a woman, you to describe> to them. .to yean to end you light.first., It.will keep are cases'On oa aa record original that loan areastounding' ofonly Scot answered ""Wen I may not can't, do a, thing to;,theganlpters _?.?
t you from coughing-because the look'It. but rm Indian. 'and or racketeers, but has i
an
; the come. my
making a plea for divorce'said "My husband'would: give bad
A (20 la four
,
1 one man years
rely on the .Federal
: team settles the tobacco dust. In name Is .Wont Be home Till Fri ::authort
>' r14 :?t: ;dog a seat at the bridge,.table. Then he'd remark that the THE 'CO9OCB .APPROVED the ,cigarette if any,"' .. : I paid 9840 in interest and was still day."-Bindery,Talk. who have to send a black .beutmUJ'derer'
? didn't well but did better than I.:' Walter. ,Ming held by the loan company; for greater than Nero,
dog play But what do ,
; ; very ,. Thanks. .the principal. Another case: .Is that \ -oWE rich,, .
:* Dr.' William* F. Lorenz; peychlitrlst :you do'If you have. a, cough and of a young clerk who borrowed $60 AND. ..OASSAfDRACaesandra'had grows.-.traffic off of' murder at.or
in
),1' at the University of WI.wcoD1sID. don't tlon girls torture and
sn e
: The National 1 Authority ,has ruled that you j from aa illegal lender' and was othor ,
Retail node unspeakable crimes At-J
UP has studied the effects of the forced to month Interestfor' : the gift of proph- to
;""r golngcutofbusiness" sales'must: be bona'' fide' in every his children pay 910 a but Ian'". not for any of these crime !
uhny papers on own ; two ,:Jear., or 34O. ,and still ecy, unfortunately, ,no .one .
:respect. If some stores are forced to get along without their and on msodreds 'of "problem" : comics a. diversion which has saved :was not credited with.one cent. oa would believe her.Her words 'cam but because he doesn't pay the government -
:"'goiq.out-of-buslne88': sales they might really have to do so. children and concludes that the them from'mental..disorder. The the original loan. .' true, but sometimes the fulfilment its commission I
.H', ...' .', comic strips are almost invariably: ,: comics supply"an, emotional exer-' If It Is sound to lend billions to was ,80 long delayed that theprophet i 'Tes. let's aboUsh a few ttI these
0 leneflclal. They are, he says, the else within healthy range"' I promoters for speculative construcloo was subjected to the scorn I things and ,lynch law will fade]
"
Thomas Dreier ghres'a worthwhile thoughtfor the new literature .of, childhood" and a .;Most',of u! ,iirUl agree :with,hr.1 ,- why is It anyless' sound to of her associates: '. They accusedher away :when Justice opentteel

'c In the,following':MesT0""After all when'the' chimney stimulant to the right direction. Lorenz that'the:; "funnies ,al I 1 end a helping hand to a poverty- ofjBeing a false;prophet. ; promptly and we :read no more reports -
year ,
The child's emotional\"life. he place la the cIIn '* life that:would stricken of'the death penalty
cltiaenry. by lending them There are. two prophecies which hIDe
corner J ars'come.. It wnTnof'be our adventures In business. pointed out In a. recent address In .it left.Totd If, the comic f.atll".1 mall amounts oa good security at the Lake Region baa uttered which *bat?%? after many yean 01 1epI I

c' where ye fought a toughJfight( and 'wca;; by crushing the not developed by direction as la his were suddenly. a low*rate of Interest If.people nave failed., ODe was that Governor aDd 'technlcW ..._p tt

,enemy, but the adventures:-in. friendship and neighborliness Intellectual ute. ,'but by accidental ever,'some of IM.would deplore the I could bca'ro.up.. -to say 9900 from Sholts would be forced to call (Kaa) UnIon.' ,:t' ;.
contacts'with other children; with modern;tendency to confront the their :. 0
; I Ipeaand.IDk government on .tmllat'security an extra session of the
;' ; ''that will count most with'uS. The little letters'we write adults, sad with ookst'or- Legislature. 1tuecfa deYour' .
character with
i papers gruel that .
,as .greedilyacceptedby:; : The other was that a. sale tax was ODe- tI e
'to-friendB' the'clusters-of-flowers and love--these are the he reads'veiuntartly or stories told ling i>re4)iems.>)wMehvaret.apt to tae:..... at aa'taemfc .- 11Nvltablelc Neither.ban boa'tiF I .".......w.. crop&.' ..'J!!Ii 'I>
td :treasuwa:we'lay'up' io;.' :'ollr hearts with when old age to Lorens him. .Not'only"'that.:'Dot' Dr prove em tkla&1ll,.Mating rather .........!.I, .. P* over; G ed... ,?" 4iarkr .. !I. Jj ...., r'-:... .i. IJ. .1./;

in'and beckons youtii.< ." declares that many unhappy tUB aoUoeaII7 soothing to the. and i iHiii- rn. The .reason for..maUer::these(, to"'wIII

creeps. .......... w..way.rofr .... M,:,;... boys, and girls have found In >outht' ",.,-.tt'. -aYo4.....'''I 4}Ir.. g. .a.period of '!.r,' ,.....-:; two years. were,.and, are obylout;:.Tlier.:would, W&IIa 1'OOdII,7" .- !"':' : I,. '!\ "'" ...
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r r, /i Bradford County TelegraphEstablished CHRONOLOGY- OF 1935 '--I I f j caN

r 'On page three of this week's paper Maybe You ve I c 1

1877 our readers will find a chro- I

__. I nology events of the taking most''place"durlng importantworld ....fleard( It, But

Published 'Weekly) on 9 Wldf4> $r and Entered as Second Class, 1633.' ,0..*) :,we.! 7\1.> .' I ,.t. ':1 I ,
y A ""r P'es't' Florida ,',- 'i' ,_ Lr1"
; "hta\ te faf the fflie at Starke, i WithoufA 1)t a year dint will OJl'TIIJI'VEEK
.
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[ f' "i ) '
) prove tc be"* blg''one'in: history,

f 'Mat'thewi' .!! :! Editor and OwncSUBSCRIPTION 1933 brought' tbb!! United States '!t'he biggest, klcic: of 'the 'week
t 11: ':"":'::L ... _. ____..._ ..-_ ,
1 ...JL..L__ 111 IL111: sirch: epochal events u'tha national came .from; ,eelng' wisecracking
1 bank moratorium, the Yepeal of sports writers,,eat humble pie after
RATE prohibition, the blanket code, the' predicting.that.. Columbia University -

:Yearly, $1.50; SirWoHtJis) -Payable ]in Advance demise of the gold 'standard, and, < didn't hay! a snowball's chancein

/ '" 'Bates on Application' the attempted aasaslnatlton. of you know jyber.e of,winning: the
l q a Advertising. -. Roosevelt Rose,Bpwl game Qt course,,sportswriters
'b -- And'not only in the United< have a column of space to
'
934 is a clean slate: "Think twice before you write any States, but In all parts, of ,the fill up and they can't be" blamed fozf:
World, events of I 'em' onceln'a while
-c.. equal Importancewere picking wrong ,
-
to t''; thing,onU, '71,) fl..", I taking place. Hitler over; I but they could make it easier on
0 threw the German Republic at the themselves by,writing their predictions .
+ t I. a polls. Japan withdrew from the in word that would be more
ad
moving
Ai'i .enthusiastic picture
Add similes: as a ,
; League of Nation. The London palatable when they are forced to 'po
.
l '' .' ; ? yertisement. I1'-l': -0 >>f .i Economic Conference hope of a, eat them later on.J ., ,
i
,t ,,0 sorely-tried and anxious world, But maybe'they were doing the !f r..r.'l
.
ended.in failure. Germany withdrew I Columbia boy a favor all the time. :..... '
1; '; How much moreltjunriliia! to look AT business instead of from the League of Nation.. I The lads might' not have taught ;;;

e 'i J1 j; looking FOR it. 1..1.oaUl'l It was a year when It became I nearly so hard if those harsh 7f/. 'e I be

S 1.:1: {' ;lO apparent that thle country had at words, sarcastic phrases and belli contained ill : Vfr a'4.IJl'
last chosen at Its head a man who
Some of the new-automobiles have stream lines and really had the Interest of the little tong poem had never been penned.But ? >Wan was us&eill. Illilit,11t t'

fellow at heart. A movement was if the writers were naughty t: S. RectantatiOK. .
.
4 'others have extreme,]HneijjH Bareau8f .
begun to prevent foreclosures before the game, they spared no effort -
.tjlj',1 0 farms, a movement'.having as'its to make up"for> it afterwards r.LP ." ,. ;w
; Florida towns will again and'' :adjective' in ''the superlative
1 Hope it won't ba.ijanBi} before objective" the .avlng'of'I''lOOOOOJ: "
000 to land-owning farmers, degree''were"nused wlthout stint
begin to feel growingpaini.'
whenever.the" Columbia eleven was
.... And then in the early summer
--- '0 mentioned. Siph| bougueta 88"gameitof"'Mi1 -
the country began to see that what "
stU'I.'krnazlng
The Punta Gorda'HerflJd remembers the day when "wild was under way ID Washington was and many othen'\vere rt hurled at,

life" referred to the,forests.t not merely a war against ,the depression the '-unaccustoiriexl heads of the
but what the DI-
Literary
';I1"rIJ'o\ i'' boys from Mornlngside.* Heights/
gest recently called "a nonviolentrevolution
; i : Miami Herald thf Us"Uilit football is safe enough if the for the remaking of our It Just'lgoes'; anbw> 'folks, thai 7asceless
economic order 'Planned Economy1 If. Y9Utalk'.too1nuch.: you'll spend M quinine has .
"4 ,, players will keep out. oTHUtomobilea.. was the slogan of',the moment half Your time extoloinlnff whv YOU receniuvetnp xh"eaf r

'\ 'it i prrut'I"U! the Digest continues( ,, "and said it IiDdUoiherba wishing may 300*

",tr! We feel sorry .for'Hie/s'cliool;/ boys of the future who will increasingly, the voices of the professors you hadn't. cowmerciaay ak7 gnaw" e 1
were heard In the land. The
} ,. all t'fte1 dates in 1933.
have remember
t I." "" to 'IU jfmpbrtant! President, while out, first of all, to NOT ,soniori ,

: ''Ii'. -to defeat the depression, was bent; And another1'thing lots of people -"" '"

'M{ Why bother with new resolutions? You'll have enough also period, upon where-with ushering the a country partnership intoa h.ve|' the-wrong1'idea about is the ., / ,;.;r.i.aI.,7: >'j f..

j'A'W to keep you busy if you observe the ones you made for 1933. between the government and business size of Columbia College." Someone .
f 't: : ;'.M'y future be remarked"after"'the game.; "Well, ,.. -. \.
: ) 4 depressions might, ..
0 they should have '
y i'J!t_.___._.__.r' ., .' prevented. And big business-In won. They' have ",1110 IS a aIen dal \
their school taxes as the largest 'student body in''the
; ;: .If patrons want to fJaY; as badly the mild days of late Mayaccepted 6jo 'T
: l :J. : o'tAl $$',
country to draW' from.Columbia p
t. #tt they want an'eightm.iJ! ferm there would be no difficulty. the President' program with f "w' '"' IItJl'ppetz de ,
( I, University, with its many different : : "
overwhelming enthusiasm '
s"' '"i. 0 'I I colleges and -extension divisions, is / is1II'I''' / dog ss fi -- 1u1r 9pour,
,; ':1' $ Y Nicholas .Mu'naj jrrh3utler worries"about the profit "Nineteen thirty-three wa ush- perhaps the,largest'In! the country, i -
,,, 'r'; Dr. red In on the arm of Prot. Howard enrolling some''40,000 students.'But only day titmt ce 6arfcs.:. ,. 'f'i,
A \! i motive In business whhe" b'uslness men are worrying 'only Scott'and the Technocrats. Since Columbia Collegewhlch'alone can

: f it w "1 about the profit.. .''V::'. 'II 'hen other professors; whole shoalsof furnish'football ,material,' la only
them, have come forward to do
one mall part "of this ,enormous _
.' I 'coDlld'ent ,,the bulk of these : be need of to the
f }I'' I 0 the honors and load the dance: whole, and is no larger than the am money run gov-
/ s p .:, > There would be a;[f profane time if that, Georgia state Technocracy:! has passed to Its last average Southern'college' loan would repaid, I ernment, there would be need of
long rest The debtor nations, '- Thousands of people would be : money to, run the schools.: Therefore -
.: : a t. .''official named Heck should'' 'I' ,, ever get into an argument with whose default made the front WE WANT ALICE ';1ZS; able to clear .up old debts in this 1 ,the government'would need

;' iX Secretary of War. DeraJ' ... pages twelve month ago; are no sij F;; way. In fact such loan could be I the' Legislature, and"the' Legislature
f.i, 'M". o .longer head-lined. The' Hunger Perhaps I a-trifle{ .Juvenile, but confined to.the payment of debt, would< need the sale tax.1 But
Army which marched against anyway we consider It brave to ad- In which Case the government I somehow-It did not work out that
..
See where a Savannah a" man went to sleep Christmas Day Washington at the end of 1932 has mlt.er anticipation at the proa- S CT.t., FlarO Pete KAY Anocmior would issue checks to the creditors

4W1; tf and has' not yet awali.e'nedr1 Well., that's one way to get probably ceased to be hungry'and pest pf.seeing-'Alice In Wonder- :- after the borrower, had filed a way.The Governor; and the 'Comptroller -

g'd i around paying holiday 1>ins: its marching If any, 1* now done In land" at the local theatre soon. The statement. To further secure the are miracle men. They got
.., And while Congress Is considering loan debtors'' notes could be
endorsed
-- the ranks of the CCC. In the first only thing we remember about the money by the intangible tax by
0 I week of the new year some five wok, Is that Alice-fell down some NRA, PWA, AAA. CWA, RFC by each creditor receiving a the occupational license tax; they

Brisbane says that: il:a petroit fan dancer goes to jail, I hundred political rubber-stamp kind of hole or a well or something and gest all one the more rest.combination, rd like to for sug-the government received. check.for the amount got money out of the thin air-but
members of the Eletoral and despite the fact that she : so
Collegemet they got it.. The Ship of State
those exhibited her should also to What about National ,in
who that
| jail. Alphabet Soup,
go loans over ,
in the capital of their respeciv wouldn'ti' have ;.been) going around I ''Repayment of such a all* on. Sometimes' a little unsteadily -

a those who went to "hef'Arthur- ...,....-.|-- ? states and' cast the ballot ticking heri.head in holes. if,she much my humble,as any'opinion of the would other do have as I year or two at low interest would ; sometimes veering a little
44t which made: Franklin D. Rooseveltthe hadn't been a bed girl, we're glad not be difficult and the plan Would from its course, but the school are
0" thirty-second President of the she did for ehe ,has ,given us something done toward a speedy' recovery. enable hundreds'''of thousands to till open, and the government still
Y Hugh Johnson is reported'to be on a hunting trip. Wonder United State;. Franklin D. Roose-. ,to put .children;,to.sleep by rd like to'see -em set up a SLA clean up their debts and'make afresh function

y 1t if he can still.recognize! Q,'game birds after seeing nothing volt 1* still eWII." for age tq come. (Small Loan Administration). The start Doctors, lawyer, However-there are still several
.., .. weakest link in the who}* Recovery tradesmen business house would
other he .
Among thing was '
hard month and'
Bf'l q but,blue eaglea, tqr, the,. 1 past__ _"' _six' months? \. *-v quick to 40 was tc> law down the And ,another 'angle.to this mbvng set-up at the present 18 the Inability all benefit Millions of dollar foretell what ahead those months wbo.can
of the average; run 'of the mill, would thus be Immediate may
0 general specifications. for the New picture that you might not -, put'Into. bring about. Still the' question
u A Chicago music't teK' tier says that Bing Crosby has done Deal. have thought ut Is the satisfaction citizen to get any' sort of credit. circulation.,' arise and will not down. Did Caa-
,, sue ''' "Our distress," 'he declared, It will be to many Hollywood Every year hundred of thousands Of course the small loan ,interest aandra sometimes feel Impelled to
more than anyone else | p' Jiarm American music during' 1938. comes from' no failure of ub- tars,,. Just Imagine a whlte-halred of people, honest,' conscientious'hard *,would yelp that the government apologize for her prophecies, or to

''He's done. a lot of harm to feminine_ ,hearts, also. stance. ,.Plenty i* at our doorstep, ting .Crosby: on Gary Cooper, or working,' In need of a was going into competitionwith withdraw them?-Eustla Lake, Region
but a generous use of IV'languishes Cary Grant, slttl g.1n the chimney few hundred dollars and unable to : them, but the Idea of the government '
%"' r' o In the very sight of the supply. corner and saying to an inquisitive get it,from any other. source are In__ business la> not new. ---o-
It's all right to have the NRA, RFC, CWA,.AAA, PWA, Primarily- this ia because' the little grandchlld.V'Of: course, I wasa driven to patronize the loan shark The government la in open competition A VIEW- AS,TO LYNCHING

'HOLC and countless oijneV\ put what we're more interested rulers ot''the exchange of man.kind' good actor. 'Didn't I play the and money bootlegger, and once In today with many line of
door-mOUN"1D'' .'Alice'' In Wonder- the clutches of these vulture, business wouldn't hurt, Curb law!
; Is ,good have failed through one more lynch :'A'conaummalion
)II to see in business houses_' ... :SRQ-:standing roont .only.Now their own atubborness and their and'?" ', +.1. UM TT .' there is. little hope,for them.It especially considering It* ,,character. devoutly to be wished. But

0 own Incompetence have admitted w '..,--, la estimated that elc ty-flve while our law'makers and high officials -

i'if.' '!! is the bite husbands suffer sudden their own failure I'and abdicated. If things 'run. true'td''form: the per cent of the people of this country So 'let's set up a- SLA (Small are' condemning Jynch law
r} '. yearrvhen: Practice of the. unscrupulous kiddies wfll probably,save1-" their have no bank credit Yet the Loan Administration) and do and heaping :criticisms,"' maledictions
t ::fit fits of apoplexy as they,aee 'their wives eyeing, the .spring money 'changer stand indicted in pennie- forathdtnext: ". Mae' West bulk of these people are honest,,in* something for the little fellow and execration and scorn on certain

+, .fashion magazines before J las 'fall's outfit is paid for.d tu court of public opinion, rejectedby pus while thd'growu-upa flock 'to, dustrlou cltbtemvwjfflng: and anxious i at the same time.educe. accounts official who honestly condone

,'1 ', tire hearts and mind of men. watch* the adventure_ of Alice." to meet thole Just obligation receivable,, for the; butcher, the certain lynching-* stop .and
0 '::'. Stripped ,of,tile tare of profit h- Ifany.are burdened with doctor baker and candle stick maker, who take a look at ourselves '.
,;, vll; 'Don't be a clothes, :garidg r.;. ,Almost everybody has(some by,which to induce our people to' What a help the little girl could bills, taxes and other debts that a .If not concerned over debt of their .Why not do'something, about certain -

,;o;iI ti i old clothes that he knows lieVll never wear,''but never-the-less Dow their 'false, leadership they I be to financial''expert In"these few hundred dollar would take .1 own are handicapped through theinability criminal lawyers, and (.the

4 ko f ,hates to throw awayr": Give them to somebody who can::' have ''resorted 'to' exhortation, ; troubled time if she should suddenly care of and set them tree'work !pf creditor to pay,at this maze of technicalities that we permit
,0 leading tearfully for restored con- i appear on the scene with her out their destiny. 'with an. untroubled to surround the murderer T *-,- '
\ ., use them. Idrnce.? They know only the rule\ ; drink me" bOUt Inr one hand and mind..;\ I We c&D.abollsh lynch law)),by
.
",, i1l ,\ga'/ I,. o 01, a generation of self-seekers. i ber'" "eat''' me" 'cake in. the other 'Cleverly.worded, personal'letters abolishing a few other thing; .unethical
::11r They have, no vision. and where, By l8t.rrn.r 'these doses"'In, and advertisement urge them:I to criminal lawyer, "pre>
j Saturday, afternoon broadcasts of football games have there'is no vision the people per proper proportion we could have a BORROW what they need. It to so From Other'Pens, 1 sumption of, the, prisoner' 'inno

$ t (given away to grand bpera. "Some untrained ears might'not .h. dollar of almost any desired degree easy.no signatures to secure, Just cence" when'the ,whole country
,
"'' ''' 's+1 & :,be able \\0 distinguish between the yells of cheer leaders and The year, 1933 bad no spectators I' ot Inflation or deflation come.In and get the money,' why I know he 1. guilty;and he doesn't
Young mea' enlisted bi Civilian lose deep over debts, let the WboaitFinance
deny It, but It
PENS hv evenbrag* about ;
FROM OTHER:
i; !. :' thq high notes of op ra-itars.: Conservation Camp, re-employed : And 'It"just occurred to us that Company-do your worrytag. bero-WOnblpmuah-beaded
BIG CHIEF SANDY gover
> c.. I' "' '0 relief worketa,J business men-all we have'no desfre'to pull Alleys No high Interest cbarge",,the I nor who pardon known murderer,
tJl. ;.::.:;. -.ffectet, in one or another Through the Looking Qlaas" stunt
were way announcement states. Legal rate : ,
:". .,-, An expert says, "Allwlnes: do not improve wage; a ,by it* economical nttta. All It r what we see rawry time we lookIn apply. A Scotchman walked Into a tele: rattle-brained pardon ,( and ,parole
boards
l\ wine which is indifferent at the start usually will'get worse la of what'son '. 'graph office and 'picking up a who do the same thing, and
., ; \ I became fighter In-what will be* the mirror a sample ,The legal rate in this state ,Ufortytwo .blank asked the clerk. "How much often for money, silly.women who
l yr ::!i Iaalt; grows older. And .we' might add that it seems" to ,us come one of the most historical the other .aid....0.-.0.l *.' "" per cent. You may bor will a message,Chicago, cost?" send flower and sympathy: to con-:
battles in 1f tory,>-. th fight, row up to three hundred dollar If visited murderer and
of
:; A :the same rule applies to people. l i j!"Twenty-five ceau..np1Iecf the despoilers
.unoi.SALTICR'
f t against worldWwid depression. ,I !k : you have*tBdy: :Job or personal their
0 ,;' .,,;tj7i7 .clerk, "for the first ten wjerd* and sex.-weak-minded, governor
,
It I Is In the belief that
ling everyone property sufficient to cover many five cent for each additional word. who listen to,the' tnrperld pleas, *
'I President Roosevelt:' "From the bottom of my heart I II vitally IntenUd to the significant 'Walter Wlnckell:,doesn'tspend Ume.c.OYer the amount of I your and no charge for the signature." mother who' want lust; .'OM m .
'' events ot 1933 that we are all his time telling u* who's goingto ,
,' oiiA. 1eli J eve that this beloved country of ours is entering upon'Imie a publishing above mentioned chroology. have'', the I aril' 'baby Every 1o&D. "All right," aid the canny, Scot chance for'' their boy (to go out i
.: human and not once-tn-a-wbll little But loan ahark dealing with ignorant I j.1IeDd my signature.* murder' ,few ,more, people),'
; of great gain -120,000,000 beings, a A glance thvo Jgh.its brief he publishes a 1 v ..
,,;y+ Vje' wtn. refresh m your helpful hint. like: the following: client- have been known to "What la your D..m.r?" asked the so on
for the top oj ,ihe pyramid alone. paragraphs l
r roeperity >
1. :4 go far beyood'the so-caned legal
The criminal
w" memory thing). that your children ,Ttf you nav. a cough and you'redybg perk'After cod* of every .t_tIn _
rats
I' .L..... 0 for a amok then wet the In collecting interest on loan the,Union I* such. a Joke that M
.o, 'o .f and grandchlktren: will he asking *- a moment'* hesitation, the .
i, y-U': ( & 'The brat bridge apatjofLihe year came when A'woman' :you to describe-to them.in year to end you U&'btftnt., It will, keep There are cases.' />On on an record original that loan areastounding. of I I Boot answsred.';'"W ll, I may not can't do a; thing to I,the knov

3 ( f''making a plea for divorce,' said, "My husband would give the com.' you from coughing-t-because the only (20 one man In four ;year had look''It.,but tin an Indian and my gangster or racketeer, but has i
'_e---- team settles the tobacco dust,,.In la 'I Wont home rely on the""Federal!fauthorit
name Be Till Friday.
fJ 't ;(idog(a seat at the bridge, >sbie. Then he'd remark that;..the TH>'comes:; APPROVEDDr. the ,cigarette If any,?' i paid 9640 Interest and we stillbeing .--Bindery.Talk.. .,. -- who have to send a black

$rlV :'"dog didn't play very, weH.butJdid) better than I." Thanks, .Walter. ,But
WllllajB F. Lorem, psychiatrist ,you do.it you have. a cough and. 'of a young clerk,who borrowed fOO WE.. AND. ,(pASSAfiDRA, rich ,off,,of.murder.*ext
P") Je that at the University of Wisconsin. you de+ 't Amohw} I Uon?,'traffic m girls torture lad,
has ruled
National ,RetaU Authority from an Illegal lender and was
r The ,
,( ha studied the effect of the I forced' I Cassandra bad the gift of prophecy other<;unspeakable crlmes'toCAt'louts ,: -
to mouth Interest
910
'.golng-out-of-business sales must be bona fide ,in every his children pay a not for any' of thus !
l'; : : ; I funny paper on own tor twtvyears,: '' or"I24O.,.and still : but 'uatortunatelyno, one crbDea.
tw :;,f f..1[respect.V, If some stores lire forced to get along without their and on hundred of "problem" comic n diversion which ha saved was"' not credited with one,cent on I would believe her Her word came but because be doesn't pay the gov.
m '. children and conclude that the them from'mental disorder. The true but the ..rDJDenllti commission'' |
: sales they might really have! to do so. the orIatnal1oIm.. sometime fulfilment ?A;
"goirig-out-of-business" I
; comic strips are almot invariably I comic upply""an; emotional exrIM : If it 1* sound to -lend- biutonr to wa *o long delayed, that the 'Te*. lef* abolish a few of (bees
,11-:1: 0 beneficial. They are. he says, the'llterature 1 within a healthy range.". :vomoter for speculative construe- I prophet wa subjected to the acorn thing andlynch:, law will ,fads

1 '.Thomas Dreier ''gives' '''worthwhile thought for the new "of childhood" and a I\Most;' <* ua.irlO, agree,with Dr. don: why: I* it. any tea sound to ..of. her associate: .' They accused away when ,Justlco operate*

,' trfip year' in the following''JhSesTr"After all whenthe: chimney stimulant In the right direction toren that.tha"funnies".r'fill;:a I..d. a helping hand to a povartytrtckeH ; her of.,being a fateei) ) prophet:, promptly and wa read no more r*.]
':!\ 'Come wilf'notTx adventures In business. The child's 'motional Ufe., be place In the chad' life that wouldbe : cltl....,..: by leadi&g them i _'There, are two prophecieV; 'which port of''the,death, penalty being ]
corner years it our' pointed out In a recent address 1* > ,ft,void if. U.4qomIc'leature. aD:ill.amount* on good security at the Lake Region has uttered which Imposed alter many year of legal
+ b:) :where ye fought a tolighffight and won by ertishiJ the not developed by direction as I fa at* were auddenjy,'divcontinued. How a low rate of Interest? If.peoplecould 'have failed :On*.wa* that Oovernov -- battles and 'technlcaUtlea.-Pratt.
and Intellectual life, but by accidental ."er"lIOII'I8 of ....Would deplore the borrow to SOOO (Kan..) Union\ ,
,enemy, but the adventures friendship neighborliness up say from Sholt would be forced! ,,to call 4fr t:e1w "
contact- '
k with The little letters' write wttb'eter'chfdred; with modem,tendency to confront the ttieir government' 'on stanilMrsecu- :an extra session. of Jthe Legislature. '
*> 'that will count.most us '. n we. adult, and. with book or paper Mo-and-lnk character with gruel- rl&7 ss that.greeduyQ. ; .b1. ,The, other wa that a sale*tar wasa i 'IQe cropswasbgnodR'
i it 'to-friends,':the;'-cluaters-o --ftewera and love-=these are the be read*-\-eluntarfly ttfrtarie toed hg prWim*, RbJ tliJ.ar*;,apt to IsIJM'. -- ''" !ID'; 'a. vItablen; N Uher bM b 'IY ss lei". ;
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hearts with when old 'age to him. 'Not T'onlyhat, bur, Dr.Lorena prove emotionaUjr ratherthan &ahat' t pi .(.
lay'up'tofwarm'our< treaauree : 1t8lecl.1I''o.
& we ; declare that soothing '\ ;t ",11fA'' II')(_ <(, :C'
: many unhappy emotionally to .the sad repiI '' IIt'1
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over ... :for .
beckons yo'utn1 away. > nulrlus >>th
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