Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02419
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50;Six oaths, 75c-Payable In Advance' E. L.,Matthews, Editor and Ownet '1 :

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Man Asks'] For, Hose, Income''' Tax Blanks Auto Tag Purchaser
Back CWA Workers Credit P
old Sets Rapid Progress Group .
But Makes Getaway Are Latest,,Bad News Finds Convict Note ,.

Berry Crop Here With -Silk Pajamas Must Accent Distributed In County On City Hall Asking For "Smoaks Is Now' Ready t f _

Larson collector
'"Keep an eye on strangers who J. Edwin ,of internal Several notes have been found

ask for black silk stockings'-they revenue has mailed income mixed In with license tags received '

Several ,Weeks may, get away With'' pink, silk pajamas Normal Jobs tax forms to every Individual corporation Made By CWANearly here Tax Collector C. A. Knight 'To Begin Loans"

," is the advice one local and partnership in this said this week. The notes are

shopkeeper was giving this week. community who filed a return for placed there' by convicts who workIn -
-. strange man entered a the 1932. the taglant at the State Prison
Temperatures Tuesday negro Ruling Made Following TroubleIn year $300,000 In Projects> Have Starke Production Association!
Freezing Wednesday Halt Ripening ladies shop here Monday and asked The Citrus GrowingBelt Those who did loot file blanks In Been Approved For Bradford Farm and usually ask for a small IUcelveBlank. For
And ,
for a pair of stockings. 'The shoP- gift of some kind. -
Fruit 1932 can secure a black form by County Application. "
keeper turned away, to search for -- addressing Collector of Internal One tag purchaser Thursday :

temperatures Tuesdayd hose of the right size and color, All CWA'workers who normally Revenue Jacksonville, Florida.'.' Work Is progressing rapidly on morning found a note asking for -- '
Freezing night of this week but when they were produced the obtain their employment throughthe Full instructions will be foundon erection of the new city hall here some "smoaks." She said that she 'Loan(: application,.blanks for use

Wednesday put an end to negro said they were too expensiveand harvesting of fruits and vegetables each return">and by carefully as a project under the Civil Work Intended to comply with the re- by, the Production Credit Association r1

will practically from Starke departed. or through other local Industries following these instructions it is Administration, At the end of the quest. of Starke arrived here Monday )
,trawberry shipments Several minutes Mater.: but too morning B. W. Hayelf;, ',
for the ,next two or must be dropped from the believed that no difficulty will be work week Thursday the finishing secretary-
md Lawtey believed by growers latfr;-the shopkeeper discoveredthat' CWA roll If evidence is presentedthat encountered In preparing a correct touches had been put on the frameof treasurer of the"organization, an::<
hree weeks, it here. one of the most expensive they can obtain employmentat return However;' the collector'soffice the structure which, In Its out Winner-Announced* nbunced this week, and application '
and shippers pair of pajamas in the store'had I looks for loan may be fllod at once.
this time according to a rulingby will be,glad to furnish any line somewhat similar to the
No accurate estimate could be departed with him I the executive committee at Tal- specific information required. Woman's Club building here. The, Starke corporation operates

nade Thursday morning as to the lahassee. Deputy collectors stationed at Other building projects In the In History Contest for, the,benefit of three counties.
bloom on "
xtent planter to This action was taken because of the principal cities in the state will county such as the addition to the Bradford Union and BakerAp; ->'; 1r I
Jerry -but some growers cent.It Board To Issue reports, of labor difficulties in the also be glad to furnish Informationor county court house here and to the plication! blanks here are in pos,

>laced it as high as fifty per atatei, .particularly in the citrus assist tax payers in preparingtheir school buildings at Starke, Lawteyand Lester Austin Wins Prize Given\ sessl l1'of'MrHay.; ..,- while I*. T..
is generally believed belt. Meetings have been held in returns. Deputy collectorswill Hampton have not yet begun By Local Chapter Of Dyer; county agent, baa them In 4 ,

etback to the crop in this looked section on Time Warrants' Orlando, at which CWA officials visit practically every city In The first bids on materials for U. D. C. Union'County ,and I. D. Stoner a. _,$3

t this time is not to be and fruit 'and vegetable growers the state during the filing period these projects were. received Thurs- director'In the ,(association. ., haa 'a
favorably. With Plant City I discussed the situation. and notices of the exact dates will Lester Austin student in the supply ,for Baker. 6

oming In strong, the fruit markets from that will Takes Action -To Finance. County's .. Citrus and vegetable growers be posted in the different post of- I day.Trees have been chopped down Bradford County High School won Directors'' of the corporation held t5
oon be filled with have recently to the fices and published In the local pa- the local history prize contest .
additional ..hlpmentsrom' Share Of Court House complained !i I and 'lines have been laid out In a special meeting at the court ,
the U. D. C.
and sponsored by chapter
.lace result In Expense committee that field and grove pers. I preparation for the court house addition house here Tuesday night at which Y
would likely
here I workers were hard to obtain because ,,' but It is not yet known here. The winning paper writtenon time) I, V.; Stone was elected director a''
lowering prices.The of higher. wages paid"by the when actual construction be- the subject, "A Pioneer In My from Baker County. Mr. Stone
An issue of.time warrants in the will "
is Enlist'InLawleyCamp Home Town concerned the life of
first truck of the !season denominations"of $100 each with CWA. t 13 Bovs '. gin. will at M later: date ,appoint _app 51y
eported to have left Lawtey. Tues- The commlttee'9'message, which Mary Todd an early settler of that county.
pralsqrs! from
Interest at the rate of six per cent Projects In this
morning headed for Richmond was received as a. telegram' at Lawtey who, with her own hands announced .t' .
ay to the amount of $2,000 was approved date/total 9191,013.42. It was this meetingthat
and Baltimore. It con.ined up laid out the or&1nlalstreets of that '
ashlagton, CWA headquarters here this week,
S. &t. Duke. and J, M. Conner
Commlsslon- '
by | town.
100 32-quart reads'as Following Is a complete list of
approximately follows:
at a special! meting Friday' : would ac('as appraisons'inUnionCounty
ers 'Effective all CWA projects and their total coat: Mr. Austin's paper will be for
rates. immediately
; >',L.' 0. .Hazen and.R.-. MA
last week. The' action was takenIn ,
warded to Rollins College where It
During the past weeK forty order to finance the county's workers who normally obtain their' Many Chosen Locally To 'Make .Administration project $4,271. will compete with others from allover Crosby had previously,been sleeted!,

(rates were shipped from here by part of the expense of building the employment through the ha ve"ting oplacempntSSn Forestry S. R. D.-State Road 113 from the state in a Florida History to fill. these positions. In Bradford.'
xpress and about seventy by addition to the county court house. of fruits and vegetables or State Road 13 to Alachua County ThAPfodu; tlan 'Credit Aasocla'JatXlStarJM ,
Contest. Two medalsare
.t gold 1
ruck. The average price received The hoard also appointed a committee through any other local industry --.J.- line $3,206.60. offered as awards. tlon<;'': :'.,formad,, 'sever.!' .V '

? reported to. have been about to appear before the State and whore evidence is presented Twelve\ ;, boys from 'Starke and New River to Starke-Tomlln- In the local contest fine paper. w..k..f. bytarmera-of this. sc-l, 'i

15.60 for quart crates. Road Department in Tallahasseeat that they can obtain this employ- one from Hampton left Tuesdayfor son near New River Station to were also submitted by Miss Lola tions\ne) of.twenty-three similar k r
Plant ment at this time must be dropped the Lawtey Civilian Conservation Starke, $3,084.Starke organizations ,now ,In operation wt
Shipment from City paned its meeting on January 30 in an Long and Miss Martha Brownlee : ,,
from CWA emloyment to take normal Camp which will be their address bricks Florida and
the first mllllon-pint mark when attempt to have.hardaurfaclng of Relaying on They wrote' on the life of Col. Co- throughout ; provide. dan
and Satur- employment offered' Vacancies for the next six months. The streets $766., opportunity for Bradford Union '- '
eavy/loadlngs.FrldaY the State Farm Road included in mer L. Peek and the life of Col. WIT
ay, consisting of twenty-three solid the department's 1934 budget. In quota thus caused shall be young men were enlisted to. take Starke School ,bus route, Weeks, respectively and'BAker grower to get:small, t
, express carloads, 'brought, theseason's Members of the committee are G. filled from National Re-employ. the places of those who left Uncle $1,652.25.<< loans with which to carry on.tbel'\;.

' total through that date to w. '.Andrews.. J...M. Rosier and G. ment offices." Sam's reforestation work flat at Starke-School bus route and U. Negro Convict Shot farming. '\At present the association' ,

|l,089,896 pints., W. Hinson. the end of their first enlistment S. mall route,-$4.378. '. ha*',,- $20,000 Incorporated

According to reports from Plant Minutes of the meeting follow. In MRS. MOLLIE 8UKKENCV period. State Farm-School bus and U At Keystone CampA stocky with a1' loan value up, to$100OOO"r
Funeral services for Mrs. Mollie The thirteen lucky youths were '
S. mall
route repairing
Is County j jLoans'from
the continued' drought full: ,
City ? Surrency of Tampa will be held at Carl Reddish Jack Lee Harry Ed-
..mslng some plants on high land _,The Board ofj.. County.Commlsstonera Road' 29, $998.79. convict.uprl.lng at the Key the association maybe ray k.
? Dedan cemetery, near.Brooker to- wards John Inman, Prescott'Qlll :
|to die. Dry weather Is also notedat snet in adjourned session Lawtey-School bus and U. S. atone Heights prison road camp on obtained for all'agricultural dl
) at 10:00 o'clock
Friday Fred
day. a.m. Bryant,
[ Lakeland and in Hardee County. January 15, 1934 at lO'.OO o'clockwtththe.following with Rev J. J. Clarence Rhoden mall route, $1,908. New Tear's night has resulted In production purposes and will b* for 1''
officiating. Frank McKelvy .
members present Gratton Cooper- Starke-;:CIearing ditches.on un-i the: death of Curtis Baker, long periods of three to twelve Months,
, Uers The body will remain,at the home ElmQ Struth, Luther.; Clark 'and
Put chWrman ::3. paved streets $4,348.00. term In most Instances with maximum
: ,WW., Hinson. ; negro prisoner. a y
a of. Mr., and. Mrs. P. .M. Barefoot Jackson Rivers all of Starke orDeal'
M. .Rosier LV-'L.- Conner,;:MaIldryThomas'and StarkeDralnage and mosquito According,to investigating official of three years"where: and 'to' ; finance .' '
until the hour for funeral services and Pete White of
For Tag Extension G. W. Andrews. vicinity control Alligator Creek from *, some prisoners had been tryIng livestock, operations The Y 4h

-, Notary public bond of Mrs.,.MU- MARRIAGE LICENSESCecil Hampton. Starke to Rowell Lake, $7,636.60.' to Incite_ others to riot since rate of interest at present will,be r

, Automobile owners and officials dred G1U Doyle was approved., Parker, and Ruby Silcox, 'Thelr'enU.tmeot months. was for a period Hampton-School bus. and tit:' S. Christmas Day and that they attempted six per cent. ._ ....

this week began lining up on opposite 'The board then adopted the following both of Mlddleburg Jan. 7. of- six mall route 1023. to call a strike on Dec, 27, As production credit associations '
sides of the question of whether underwear Theresaa-Regradlng and openIng but failed because of Jack of y"
resolution: C. H. Crabtree'Jacksonville and Knitted silk should be i sup. are ample to take care of aU''1oan8
the,time to acquire 1934 auto- Whereas the Board of County Cora Belle Strickland Starke, pulled and stretched into shape by aide drains $1,473.90. port. necessary for producUol1'pul'foltea 1n
mobile license tag should be extended Commissioners of Bradford County, Jan. 6.Surveyor. land, never ironed.River Brooker-Twenty-four miles U. I .On New Year's night a disturbance no feed or seed loan will be sails

_ _beyond January 16. Florida, has under; consideration ----- S. mail route and school bus route, started In the stockade and able in 1938. The new associations ;
Even while Governor' Sholta was the repair of and construction of an 775197. :when a guard went there to take will also take over the activities. of:
absent from. Tallahassee,. there addition to the. county court house, Hampton ... Repairing county one of the leaders out and place the Regional Agricultural Credit
came telegrams to his office taking and' Finds Bradford Boundary/ road and mall route, $1,474. him in the sweat box, other.prls. Corporation ,
the and Lawtey-Repairing county road oner. Interfered."A I f
opposite vtews/"In name Whereas, at this time the board MM USanitatiou) i i.
for the sake of the common peopleof finds it baa In.ufflcleot'avaUable and mall route, $0,262.23. general fight ensued." the

the 'state give'us< thirty ,days cash on hand to pay for the said Follows River That ,Does :Not Exist Assistant ,to manager Federal report said "and the guard was Work

.more on auto tag*," telegraphed W. repairs and construction. Agricultural Credit Corporation beaten up pretty badly and the ,
L.,Waters of Lake Hamilton. Similar Therefore Be It Resolved by the $120. .. other guards came to his rescue (, ,- .'
messages. ':.came from. other. sec. Board of County Commissioners of State Road 13, Starke.Highland. and In the fight, one of the negroe. : i.

(bona M' 1: 't M_de*, Bradford County Florida, that it (The following article, concerns,, has been fixed by $3,434.. was alao beaten up and one of the ,Will Beginl Herg{ ; !

The opposite,view'was" taken by Issue time warrants in the denominations by H. E. Lagergren, surveyor the tax i assessors,of the, respective :. Btata.Road "13, Starke to Ala- prisoners was shot and had to be

B. A.:Williams of Tavares president of one hundred $100)( ) dollars 'now engaged county work counties. This bousfdary a aerie thua';- County line, $0,266.00. carried to the hospital at Ralford.. -

of thc4'IorldaAesoClatlon of each with Interest at the rate goes to prove once more that no of steps,,formed straight line Lawtey sewing room $2,158.; Part 'Of I National Program Tar

Tax Collectors.whowired, ; "Any of""aix per' cent -per annum, said one is perfect-not even m m-: running north-south and eastwestIn Starke sewing room'$10,776. June Primaries Begin'To Wipe Out. Hookworm. And,
extension of time for securing auto warrants to be paid In from six to hers of the legislative committee a cold and long faced manner, .Starke.>< -.:National Reemployment Attract Attention Typhoid : 4, t tT

tags would work, a.real hardship twelve''months from. date, to' finance who laid out the boundaries of and not meandering aimlessly in office 63380. -" ,

on tax collector* of the'state., Fees ,/ the above project. The Bradford County.) Idyllic abandon as a "sho' miff: Sampson/City-Thirty-one mile The June Democratic-, ,' T.,,'Long of Stark.' bas been
are so small they woWd not pay for amount warrants is not to ex- rlbber" would do.' Whether' the assessments road to be graded, $1,278.80.StarkeCommunlty primariesare appointed county sanitary-tsapead; ,
beginning to attract the atten-
the extra force required to handle ceed in, the aggregate-the sum,of, .Once.; "wise'men of Gotham ,of the''two 'counties! garden No. ion of Florida's electorate as campaigns tor for Bradford and Union Coiin-, M '
if time .texndecJ... overnor's consideration two thousand ((13,000)dollars.-): ; went to sea in a tub and perished.In dovetail precisely, or if there is any 1'', $1,822.00. are being outlined throughout ties by th. State Board of Health.i

In the.matter.;,greaUy appreciated. William AtwllVJ'-r: representing '1861 a legislative committee of no-man'B land missing from this Hampton Beautification of the state. The election of state The state board. In co-operation",
.", Ill.. jigsaw pu.zle, or there are overlap school grounds, $106.StarkeCleartnc Is -
John Nuveen eo.of Chicago wise men in Tallahassee fixed the senators occupies a prominent with'the, national body makinga
'.George'Wild.t.stateemotor; vehicle appeared before the board asking boundaries of Bradford County. *, deponent knowetb not. : and Improving place in the forthcoming political fight against hookworm and oth-

commisgoner'said ,Monday that the state, treasurer be requested They believed In "safety first"-and -The government field notes and parka $140. spotlight er diseases which are' common. In, r
from to the matured Inter into river map make no mention of any Aver Gaaham-Draln.se: of large bay climates. "
he had, definite assurance pay .launched their craft a Instead of the usual nineteen warm
Governor Sholt.that the time to est .coupon .on the r July 1. 1926 that did not exist, and thus lived running out of Santa FeLake.. near Graham, $1,191.08. / state senatorial elections, there will The importance'of,the .work in
Would not he extended. 'without demanding the I At one place a long distance from Hampton-Drainage of large. bay out, the ,'
acquire tags Issue happily ever after be twenty-one this year due to vacancies this county* brought
;;' The Governor left.last,week'for. names an4.addreeees of the holders When they,had traced the north where the ri'ier'IsI I .supposed to near Hampton, $1,634.80. caused by the death of one fact ''that a' recent survey, of the
I start Is where and Starke of
some believe it to Lawtey -Drainage
'and' visit to of the bonds aa they bad .the of school hare showed eighty cent
a, trip doMt'ltate.; a and east boundaries on the government senator and the resignation an- per
be; but it is only a short slip excavated Crawford road Into Pattee and
Nassau and l .offlee was notified complete list and continued to rep- township plats they came to other In the uneven numbered dls- of the student had hookworm
i probably during' the-early Matthew Bay; $3,8119.30.Grah.mDraina.
he would not Return: until Sunday. resent. them besides owning a con the'couth end of Santa Fe Lake '60s,,for drainage or logging:-'pur* .... of pond.wsatof ricts. The two vacancies will be The .sanitary work 1*'carried on
:.' 'siderable block thom elve Upon ; and continued: "Thence northwesterly : at_toe t&ae9th. canal i:to Ziff $937.60. "' filled for a two year period only, at little, expense to the country-
Kate:'Meet'Its ,'Payrollsithout motion duly ,.made-and carried communicate the-, i through the center of said lake Waldo'.wu dug; toe water com- Brooker-Sanltary'tollets; $262.Starke as all uneven numbered'>districts home ownerAll. that j*, required! r
clerk was instructed to thence In said will hold their elections for four of material -
to San taffy River; of him if the furnishing
and U.
munication between school bus
;: that town and -Rising
'F" fJanfer state i',
with the river northwesterly to the mouth S.. mall route ''$1.081.80.Brooklyn <- year representation in'1936. *. All labor wilt;be furnished
MelrpM. ,
,- structing him to withdraw the said ,of Oiustee Creek." etc. ''On the Senator W, C. Hodges, Tallahassee by the Civil ;Works* Administra ,
|The present state admmistration.. condition of payment.' plat they i had seen a fine line Santa "Fe River has been caned Section Repairing1County elected president of the 1938 tion.,, "' f\ *
ch took office In January 1933. The board then proceeded to ..- drawn northwesterly from the lake; "historic. Its orgln should be cer- Road IB, $2,247. f i Senate at: the 1933 session, contin- Home" who wish to' cooperate ,
i established a record for recent teat not less'that, 250. nor. morethan this line only. marked the western. talus It may detract from Its fame Graham-Repairing county road gent upon his re-election I I. expected owner 1
that It'' doe. not which leave hard Road 68 tat this work should apply'
able to meet each from the various spring from the near InLeon tat
by being ; BOO name but to run without opposition ode
limit of the was
great wamp i office ;!
the Federal Re-employment
In and aristocratic Santa Fe Lake, which Graham $1.782.05.
twelve monthly'payrolls of Bradford.county.
precincts County. )
By the..solons supposed to be 'ariver ; "
to boasts of being navigable for small Starke-Upkeep of highway, S. In Starke?
.f selected
I without the transfer money furnish list of name *a from the lake. And Indications point to the electionto
add with- court and running steamer (when'the hyacinths do R.I D., $1,084. .. .
lone fund to another the clerk',of the circuit decreed ? the Senate of at least two members -
rrowtDa'',"' Thla"....' accmn- clerk of said board a* the law directs where thus by there was; none was or, aa one of not object), but from ragged, unkempt State' Road 26cdeaniny: ditches I of the last House. .Escaped Lifer Returns '
of 'the fact that 'to' be written Barrow Bay.; $1.084 ,
.-spite: .. Said names Cohen' "' To Ralford Voluntarily'Alonso
Octavus 'Roy negroes One of the of the Starke Pouring 4,000 feet new to Theressa ,
t taxpayer hi 1982,and 1933 upon slips of paper and folded and dat objects survey 2 from Hampton -
Tactically on a. "tax strike." deposited_by the .. would", say.. It was "somethln' now being planned for this:.Bounty sidewalk and relaying l1 .3ISO. feet $5,975.LawteyOrading. Padgett who escaped

,the.1933;Legislature,adto judge and clerk In e box under lock iin't. might ,be to establish .e. well- old sidewalk, $7,146.40. streets in the Florida prison'''recently. ,
June eventhe most ar- and key."and>tro_,aid box the Santa :'Fe .Lake ha no- outlet marked boundary from bie north Lawtey Claying County Road 9, Lawtey, placing culvert' and from serving a life. term for murder -.' ?

ISM of UW adminlstra- names of Juror: *to:be drawn',to When the water rises high it slop end of the lake la question, northwesterly Lawtey to Intersection.with State, bridges. $6,990.80.BrookerClaying. I I while In Taylor County, ha*' come,' sl

[ that an. extra session serve. in thecucnitcourt'ae;, ..pre-. over Into the swamp. Taking the to where the river i* well ,Road 48, ".809. County Road back with an'explanaUoD fOr,his 1411
> caned within ninety days scribed by law.: Orange Heights road from Hampton enough defined to present an actual StarkIDcSeldn: books at coun 6, four miles, $6,968.18. without, leave. -
e additional sources ofnue t one soon crosses the Santa Fe boundary.-' ,Yet It would hardlybe ty court house$1,900.. Regradlng 'County Road 21, absence' '

la order to meet pay- '.PPOINTIIICNT-API"BOVJD: Bradford County, on.both aides_of worth, while, ,for the region' .Brooker Repair. to school 3,489., Bnperiatendent'i.'F* Chapman
r maintain state. Institu- Formal confirmation by the Senate Bradford County on both aide at along the) line i* too ,,,1' -'- of.the appointments of.J.: 'JCd. It; and, moreover instead of flowIng to rate disturbance: .,aor there' Hampton-Repairs to .school, County.Road 4, Starke to Conner left for a time because his mother' '
"of 'uW 'Futch.: backtorlum.law win Larson and Ails';J.'Angle has "In a northwesterly; direction Is'never any call foe determination I $280.40.- bridge $'7.301.90.LawteyRepa1rs. was 'In 'i ill l health;sad poor flnaD1 t :

ha loDe its) been'asked by President Roosevelt. according, to law. It I runs. southwesterly -: of'in'what county a) fracas"took Starke -. Repairs to'school, for Lawtey cial circumstances: his' wife, and 1' f t

ftII... the tax ,cituatlon. Major Angle I W collector .Of customs: This anomaly i* explained placet The few' fish muddlers do I $8,786.08. school. $341.00.County .'. children were In need, a friend had i '
tat tax drive carried onLM forFlorida, with headquarters In by the fact that the stream does not have to quarr.l.bout holes, for Hampton -' Sob o o 1 grounds, Road 1, leaving State been Just In a swamp.;and ri -his' favorlte ? *' .J., ;

.lot Intangible: Tamp- .'Mri't.er.on .. collector of not come from the big lake on the there are, more than _CUP.'aDd I $4.238.88. Road 113 and continuing to county ...., j{dc'r.had.d> .<.< |'..J.i..,...1''' !.,. .... ..-Y' ..lSf
taxi' ba'.oNb4Md. itsham .mtetaal revenue for the Ute withIIaS south, hotels. realty,. .Boatdrato moonshine,t*tiU* .r.eanv!never/be State 'rTVaraa Road, Ralford, line. $762.50. r.1 111'1' ..h,"'lrftOePtbirylo ;< Ot.:('.worirfes., IaywF
'.t14e1 *) to Jacksonville., ; Senate con- Creek glorified bjMh absorption found.anyway, 1 tin their anxiety to Cleaning u4f. grlibBln 180-foot. ''Lswtey :Filling groundsInpinning ) P. Chapman M44.J'Mc ,. o(4.!Wm n1e:. '
,. k N\f firniaUoa isxp cted In due course of several streams wkJcfa.: fetmu* ftod jobs forU>* nn.mployedthe right-of-way.. .$4.ss.44'!> sidewalk, $7,273.75.' ,, cawied the pnianoen Uvcunoff.. He "a'l''

; !'. + ei tiJDt'"J1/t.I',; / :" p.f' ..,. ,, swamp.''Vtowawd.rTheressa authorities)'might- put. MI64tosenb.rg'thie'the; .. .-, ,, way.-,;ruanfag. W aTTbe &''It,, ...rr gin* a river only that water wouldbe dty.. hat1: 1UI1'M. $3,160. life *ent n ej: 'lf W."'" back to,*!!*", ,

epeatg!: flab. f.8iIa.: ta-n tab*'."wmur;: .ta. the' best '_ bouadari..L.*. .... apt to flow toward the take ta- .' .Bemndellns' city hall >*U. & Forestry (Federal), $871.' finish tIM ten*,;;:. 'He..did:DOt'f" '

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tiiy MoodyMurrheoMiss Mrs. J. W.: Grille, Mrs. H. C. Miss Hazel Underbill has returned J. T.: Quigley of Starke will con- Miss Louise\ Sapp spent the Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker Mrs. Riley Pringle of Hampton
111 Frankie Lou Murrhee and Wimberly and Carson M. Griffis to her school at Hampton after duct services at the Baptist Church week-end in Starke the of filled his regular- appointment at was visiting Mrs. F M. Griffin last
Mr. Claude A Moody of Green were visitors to Jacksonville Tues spending the holidays here with her here next Sunday morning while Deadon Church Saturday and Sun week. .

rtr 6, Cove Springs were quietly married day. Mrs. Griffis remained at St. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill the pastor is attending to minis- her cousin, Mlsa Dorothy Sapp. day.Mr. Mrs. Syrntha Wilson Is visiting
Tuesday January 2, 1934, by Judge Luke/a, Hospital where she under- terial duties elsewhere. Rev. G. E. Miss Alice Edwards was visiting and Mrs. Carl Hough and her grandson Roy Smith of Hamp.

y1 / E".K. Perryman of Starke. went an operation, on her eyes.F. Mr .and Mrs.,W. R. Halslop, Mrs McGauley will preach at the eve- her sister, Mrs., ,Tate Alvarez Sat children, Mrs. Doshie Prescott and ton this week.

p S The bride wore an outfit of medium E. Bartlett of Tallahassee wasa Sim Kelly and children and Fred ning service. urday afternoon., daughter, Miss Inez, and sons, Rev. C.C., Butler.of Lake Butler
blue ruff crepe trimmed in business visitor here Thursday. Haislop were transacting businessin ''Misses Lydia and Jewel Prieston Mr. and Mrs H. H. Keene and Orea and Claude:Mrs.: Bill Hines. filled his'regular appointment here
:r white with hat and pumps to Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. of Lake Butler recently spent a few L. O. and Johnnie Lewis and Sunday,
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and H. C.
match. days with their sister, Mrs. J., G. family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Prescott! attended the mov- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdm of
Wimberly, Jr., were visitors to .,T. N. Norman and children
y' Mrs. Moody Is the daughter ot Adkins. W. R. Kersey Saturday afternoon. ies In Starke last Sunday night.H. Waldo. were visiting Mr. and Mrs
Green Cove of Gum Branch were visiting rela-
:Mr, and., Mrs. 1.. M. Murrhee of Springs Wednesday.L. Mrs. J. E. Adkins and daughter, I Miss Agnes Sapp spent the H. Howard, G. W. and Biit H. M Wasdln Sunday.
this place and has spent the great. L. Grant of Zephyrhilla has tives here Monday., Miss Graces returned to their home week-end in Lawtey the guest'of, Rivers were attending to business. Mr: and Mrs. Martin of Starke
a life here. opened the Seaboard offices here Quite a number of people in this Miss Doris Burney. In. Starke Friday afternoon.
er part, of her young here last Sunday after having were visiting Mr, and Mrs. W. T,
and expects to be here for several section attended church at Pine Misses Mrs. H. O. Rivers and sons. Jack McEver
F + ? Through; her pleasing personality opent the holidays in Winter Ha- Audrey McRae and Alice Sunday afternoon
j she bas won a' large number of months. Level Sunday. Harnage were visiting Miss Eliza and W. S., and W. J. Johns, Resale Mr. and, Mrs. C.. B. Roberta and

l p'I friends who will be Interested in Mr., and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, I Remember the church service at ven.Thornton Johns, who has been ill beth Harnage Wednesday morning.A Thomas and B. M. Johns of Starke Mrs. Riley Pringle were visiting

r y this young couple's marriage. Jr., and Miss Fatty Wimberly returned Corinth next Saturday night and For several months, has large crowd enjoyed prayer were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. T W, Shuler of Hal-
: to their home at Nichols Sunday.and meeting at the home of and Lewis Sunday.Mr. :ford
5 : -1! er, Mr. Moody Is the son of Mr. and friends here who are delighted to Mr. Sunday.
Mrs. Ben J. Moody of Green Cove Thursday after spending a coupleof know that his condition is Improved Mrs. T. N. Norman Friday'night. and Mrs. T. W. Dyal of Graham Wilson Freeman' Horseshoe,,
r Springs and a nephew of Eld. W. weeks here with relatives. prices are good so far. The at this writing. Mr. 'and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and I' were visiting here last Sunday N., C., Is visiting his slater, :ilrs.

M. Moody of LaCroase. Mrs. Ava Hardee, Miss Maggie berries are unusually large and are Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux of Jack- little daughter, Geraldine of the J. W. Reynolds, this week.
+ ( fl' At the present time Mr. and Mrs. Crews and Mrs Max Carter were unusually sweet. for early berries. sonville has recently been the guest State Farm were visiting relativesin We are very glad to report that .
,off Moody are making their home with visitors to Starke: Saturday., William E. Boone of Jacksonville of her father, J. F. Johnson. this section Sunday Mrs. J. W. Lewis is slowly improve Untapped reserves of the world'i

the groom's parents at Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green and visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Wilson and sons, Miss Helen Norman spent Satur- ing at this time._ three great natural resources, gag,
children of Starke Merrill Futch of Starke was a coal and oil, amount to 2,200 time
Springs. spent Sunday Charles and George, returned ,to day night with Misses Ella Mae In.France. drivers of all public
here with Mrs. Green's mother, business visitor here Monday.C. their home after spending a while and Hazel Sapp. behicles and motor trucks must the world's annual consumption of

x Locate. Mrs. H. C. Wlmbarly., C. Cannon, W.,. J. Bailey with relatives In South Florida. There will be prayer meeting atthe submit to a physical examination. all forms of energy.

t r i t4 Mrs! Peter March of Saraaota Is Strawberry grower In this section George Nightengale and Bill Reid Mrs., H. F. Chesser visited her home of Mr and Mrs. Ike Norman Drivers of private cars who have The Death's tlead sphinx-moth

t t spending some time herewith her are shipping a,few crates of of Jacksonville were among the daughter, Mrs. G. W. Shaw, In MI- Friday night. Everybody wel- caused an accident must. also havean wears the sign of death upon Its
''parents, Mr.. and 'Mrs. I* M. Mur strawberries to nearby markets visitors here Monday. ami this week., come to attend. examination. back..
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c ti+ Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford R. "KEEPING UP 'WITH ''THE ]ONESES" ---Eddie's Probably Right for Once POP MOMAND
t, r N. Crawford and daughter, Mar- ---By ;

tha, spent a few days last week In
{t Jacksonville the guests of Mr. and Z HOPS Tea' MB TOO1" MY' OHi la WAJr A DAW6osrYI'!!! : -AN' xU. BET vou

Mrs. Gus Wolfe and Mr:, and Mrs. 016AL.o HAS \ Pipes ARC, GLA 2ICR ha MINt1Tl: .. .., tbU SAT"niAT?? txWr asrr TM* LAST,
J1 ,i Joe Crawford. A Nice 816" i-4o1NUN so I lEY/ CggRICLe... WHAT'S' (U t..ita SOME DAY XM ''W"QAtt" > "THaN. AL.?!:
i; k' J. R. Quinn has returned home DINNER. FoR. ."1= R FOOD -- TIASe1, TH18? 7;0 fe.? GONNA WRITE Af.JS
'', z P after spending the past two weeks TbNIr4T. .1'M; STARVeD: :!! RtINNY- sue Doesfr ,' _' sw. lV''",.. t3ooK AIaOUTe
?l, at Palm Valley: AMZ SEEM TO LIE .tae .f t:4 ,. )4 to WoMEN" nr
y J: R. Quinn and B. L. Prlvltt HUN Y.o:: He :t ; p.M: ... ).e ,
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to Sunday
made a trip Taylor icI "
w'c F ti were accompanied home by Mrs. ;.,. .b 'l
.Prlvitt who has spent the past two \ 4 -.. =

ro t weeks therewith, her parents Mr. $. t/" uJJ.4I
,e and Mrs. Samson Crews. r
li r! Miss Villa Prlvltt spent several -
days in Jacksonville last week with I fC'THE

her sister, Miss lIttle Privitt. 110
6 t Mrs. Ri: Seacress spent several r i/i
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Mrs. J. Ray Quinn and sons, Wll- < IMI.kr** -rr'-i-i r i
bert and"Algie, were guests of Mr.
e I 4A and Mra. William Morgan at Ever-
$ '1 green Sunday. FAMILY NEXT DOOR Luck '

Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Tough
Palm Valley spent the Christmas r

holidays here with,her parents, Mr. -.
t7 'and Mrs. J: R. Quinn, and were ctaon auo. cvwtR oO0t .
c y .accompanied, home by Mr. Quinn MIItAT'8 EfmtP w19pR <4 A 'RttU4At. '(HIB -- .:.
,who expects spend a few weeks. on et ,NOw ? FROM ANOTHER GIRU 'MORBOR. A m1)' )
Miss Frankie! Lou Murrhee and IJ; _
K?'' rr'_ Claude Moody of Belmire and Mrs. i GIRL 'T09 -
P 'y ,, ,Willie .Mae Seacress were the IA THiNK T.. 1 _'_ IT A1

,f$, ( M ,guests At Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gash 1N1te
.kins Monday night. Mrs. Seacress e
q K spent ,the Christmas holidays at f ,

Y / Belmore fhee., the guest of Mils Mur- ( l i.

" Vii'' ****. Sebe Harris| and baby

4 ewf, ,>r .daughter of Dukes spent a few
M days here this week with relatives. r
., Mrs. Bt' L. Privitt is spending l 0 7T y I ,
r r ':and Mrs. Samson Crews, at Taylor. c "
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; F. E. Privitt of Hilliard is spendIng 0 0 o H
d1.Y _c some time here with relatives 1 m d 0 0 o '

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,Ft!let Grade-C. W. Colnen. Donald iauitiJttz t ruaca'+rss 7 -T1+aY'R5 I '1ho41! OlD 'f"OO\.9 SOHB TW*
Crews Gerald tdtchfleld, Imogens ; ; MAIM 8T S 111 BPi86V6D So'4ouR 1Ht f AIlS STILL CAORYIN" 90MK OMB(30HNA '

v 1 ,Hough Mary Alleen Kelley MAIM Q.C2EET'' AT tAeM LONtAT A ,A ouP_ON TfcSlQ /-; kNOCkl
Mary McGauley Betty Joe Webb- 'QIeN'DLY'H'E'IIIIIPA onma TNIIR.CMIG ANr
+, Mrs. Leola Roberts, teacher. lea K't3afrtt CZHoUL Etl! 80111

Second Grade';"*Ronald Hines, ElIOOF?
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jv pr.,, Phyllis Hazen Doris Hodge, Lo- (
d'x tf|r ',ralne Thomas,. Ruby Ward-Mrs.: IN area.i. '
? J 4 Edna. Prevatt teacher.
,' Third Grade-Wilson Green-:" : :: i. } ..- ; .
', 1 % rv 'Mrs Edna Prevatt, teacher : lMIQ ,
Fourth and Fifth Grades--Jew- .. (
;' y ell Prescott, Bessie Prescott M. D. IJ)' cormmiei
I r / '..Harre,'Douglas Hazen-Mrs. Gus- 'LA'T "fcARti 7<:ZlV I 1

-:' ..,le Mae Boree, teacher. 3COUCMTBMPT. ,.r % I)

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FOB EACM aIkm' _
.Mrs. Sarah 'Drlggers of lAke
t4srr ecru 'lTAMPI
ill ,Butler was visiting friends and relatives 'M 1MB TUDDLH I A_ + r

l '.her. Sunday. ....., Jk: II. 0 t .....
N a re's Mrs: A., F/ Raulerson'of -
r who has been spending a STR.1'ibAA(. _

}am r s few',days here ,with her parents, r" 'tf l ,eee.al.l' .
,' 'i la*. and Mrs. H. P.Oainey, has re: ,

t1-r turned tu m..;_ VUKU1UX IIAIU11JL ..
t. ,:Mr. and Mrs.,L;; R.. Gab ey spent, !'; 1
By4Charles M
f..YI. ,the -week-end' withArelatives In _
",Jacksonville.." '
: : A. Fetch "of I DON'T *E PERHrPS SoM '
Mr. and Mrs. .L. ? CuT IT t Y '
i1 Hampton,, were visiting' her par 'You 00'I' i'fHY You Rl G- VOICEtep wlt.f. Pg M 1Pf iTWiui-ti T"H '
.enta,'Mr.'and Mrs P. A. Crosby, ref' Chi["T. THE I AouT oT. we"P HKARt IT' ?

here Sunday''afternoon. NEW( L.I Kit M YM
4f f', Mr; and Mrs.>Seab Dukes. Miss 'h 1 SWEETHEART m .voice' 'T'ier a -
',Eliza ;(Dukes, Eld. Bob Dukes of j A Goo n ..
Dukes Station were guest of,, Mr. ti \ PAPA s, ra
.c- and Mrs. H. P,<,Gataey.; : here flun :
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flu s1 Wiley. Thomas and children. J.

lr W. and Edna. were vlaltlng his ,

,I .} son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and
Mrs. Ralph Hazen, Sunday after.

W f d r '_ noon E.' S; Galney of Plant City. spent i&1

4 Sunday here with his- mother, Mrs. ,

I L Millie' Gainey. _
Among thoM from here attend- __
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and'Sunday! ,were R. P
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EDITORIALS STUDENTS RENEW December Honor Roll Edward Hart, Teacher Brock,-'''Donald Billy Boulware DuBois,, DIAMOND BALL- MOVEMENT I I HeardAll FOOTBALL TEAM

THEIR CLASSES Garland Godwin Enos Hayes, Oth- Coach Larson is launching a ENJOYS TFRIDAYEVENING

__ First Grade, Miss Olive Ray, ma Haynes, Jacqueline Andrews, movement to organize a good diamond B. H. S. students came backto
voted to the Beat Interest' of WITH NEW VIGOR Teacher-Roberta Whitf leld, Ange- Dorothy Green,Ferol Jones, Shirley ball team this year, by asking school Monday after spending.v.ry !a }I, .

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL line Thomas, 'Helen Malphurs, Morgan Thelma Ricks. all students-boys and! girls enjoyable two weeks vacation. --
AH Report A Good Time During Mack Futch, Bryan Harrell. Norman Fourth Grade, Miss Annie' Mae who are Interested in this sport Misses Miriam Jacobs, Miry
ftudento, Patrons and Alumnae. Holiday Glad To'See Teachers Carroll, Thomas .Williams. Pearce, Teacher-Geraldine Silcox, and who wants to do something Mary Brownies, Hazel Adkias, Mr. Inman Honor Members orI..ot1aI 3 ,
And Classmate Again Harold Tomlinson. Ewith Mae Taylor, Selma Thorn for his school, to "come out" and Alice Fernandez, and Evelyn Squad:'" Edwards '

EDITORIAL STAFF First Grade, Miss Madge Middle- ton, Lois Thornton, Carra Belle report for practice recesses and at Stump spent the h>lldays with Elected CaptainOne
Back after the holidays, B._H. S. ton, Teacher--Paul Andrew., Howard Bennett. lunch. If this movement Is lent their parents.
iltty Bossed-.:.___EditorinChiefDorothy students are in a Jovial mood. Conner, Gene Noegel, Edward Fifth Grade Miss Annie Mae the sincere co-operation of the student Miss Lula Redgrave, S. R. Johns, of the ,moot delightful affairs
SapiA EdItor-In-Chlef I "Happy New Year's" are ringing Ricks, Marvin Leach Matthew Pearce, Teacher-Le Etta Corpen- body we are sure Coach will Jr., and A. E. Wall Jr., motored lo of the holiday season was a

I Burnter R. Johns._._....._Asut.Managing' Editor': hither and yon. "What did Santa McKinney, Garnlta Hutto, Eva Ing, Billy Griffis, E. L. Orlffla, Cle. sport a formidable team for any Jacksonville New'Year's Eve. banquet given by Mrs. Inman 'at
Harl Mana Editor
Kola Lon,*___y-___Bxchang* Editor: do for you?" is a popular but en* Todd, Addle Tyler, Dorothy Jean one Klnchen, Bernice Stanley, county in this neck of the woods, Miss Bunnlo Canova"''spent a few the Woman's Club in honor of
Frank Inman, Frow Strickland
orothy Marwlck__-Aset..Kf. Editor barrasalng-inquiry. "Where is so Williams. Louise Sterns, Me'vln Wiggins Ju for we have some nifty performersin days in Apopka during the holiday and
oulue Jackson.____Literary Editor I and ,so; aren't they coming back First Grade, Miss Thelma Silcox, Ilia Winkler. I the school. visiting Mills Vera Claire Robinson Gratton Cooper, graduates footballbols. of the

oulso Snyder A.et Literary Editor this semester T" anxiously asks certain Teacher-Frances Lee Johns, Esther Fifth Grade, Miss Eunice Perkins Martha Brownlee and Loli Ad- first. semester ,and the d
._ ___ boys and girls. The teachers Grlffla! Anderson. kins ,
outer Sohnell j* Sport Editor Lyle Teacher Garnetta Hubbard, spent last week-end In Gaines
eullo Bl g:.___.A..t. Sports Editor too, appear fresh and cheerful after First .Grade, Miss Lena Belle Lucite Hardenbrook, Gladys Johnson Sponholtz, Arthur Swambon, Andrew ville visiting Anne Long and Margaret The club house was beautifully
Taylor, Jack Underhill.
oil Adklno-______-j.-Soclety Editor their well-deserved vacation. There Shepard, Teacher-Raymond Norman Emmaline Morgan, Frances Adkins. decorated In the football colors of
Godwin------.Joke Editor are New Year Resolutions to be Tenth Grade, Miss Fernandez, red and black. ,Poinsettias and
Overstreet, Carolun
Lloyd Tillman, E. L. Johns, Keen, Mary Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Long
.W. Anderson Jr., Asnt. Joke Editor Teacher-A. W. Anderson, Olen were used to out
exempted on everything this sem Stockwell crepe paper carry .
Thomas Henry, Aubrey Lee Deaver Loraine Harold Bishop, spent a week In the
___________. Georgia during
ester Amtln Reporter ester-to sail out in flylng colors. Edward Bedenbaugh, Charlie Morgan, Ivan these coloia effectively.
Biggs, Luther Jackson Barnes
Entertainment Bobby Stanley Noegel, holidays visiting their mother.
rarthn Brownlee ._________Reporter The morale, in short, of the entire Betty Hayes, Helen Hardenbrook, : Leonard Smith, Irvin Tillman, Sponholtz White,. Lucian Alvarez, Dorothy Coach Larson spent the holidays After a delicious, four course i
primary and ElementaryBack student body, faculty and all Wilma' Hardenbrook, Berta Lee' Jack Halle. William'Wooten,, Grace visiting relatives on the East dinner! was served all of the boys ;
: Is notlcibly elevated. We hope George, Jessie Mae Byrd, Alice Sixth Grade-Miss Rosalind Jacobs Andrews Gordon Weest, Marie Coast. made speeches. John Inman actedas k
this condition until the Thede, Allro Royster Johnnie Ree '
to work! Lets make it a Jackson Collette Green, Agnes Teacher-Juanlta Barefoot, Cone, Vonda Inman, Ruth Tambln- Mrs. Demorest stayed home and toastmaster and some of' the
do work. last day In AprIL Hubbard, Beverly Parks, Rosetta Margaret darned socks outstanding speeches of the eve*' .1
Lowry the
leasure even though we Tommy Rltch, son, John Godwin, Lea Retta Jef during holidays. '
low about it 7 Raines, Adel Howard, Ida Ruth I Ralph Rhodes, Wllla Vida Killings- fords, Hugh Walters. Dorothy Sapp spent a few daysIn Ding were made by Coach Larson
Mr. Griffis, of 41
Alderldge. Superintendent ,
--o-- worth, Emmet Perryman, Billy Gainesville last week.
TV Airs. T. J. Alderman Tenth Grade, Mrs. Hoffman, Bradford Schools Frank
The library needs news maga- I Second Grade, Miss Thelma Sllx- Jackson Tom Mersereau, W. S. Milton Brownlee and Paul County ;
Teacher, Elaine Wynn, Lillian Inman, and, Frow Strickland, the
ines for the reading: table. Speak- !She wrestled nobly with the weariness cox, Teacher-Margaret Strlngfel- Rivers. Sternberg. Knight spent the holidays with
ig of the library-don't forget the : low. Doris Goodge, Willie Mae Sixth Grade, MIss Edna Strick their parents. retiring captain. After the speech-

brary fee which Is, as you know, And trials of our being-smiling on, Kersey, Betty Ruth Anders, Bobbie land, Teacher-Doris Crews, William Eleventh Grade Jessie May en the boys elected their leaders 14'for
ue for the second semester.o While poison mingled with her McRae, Russell Gatlin, Ray John Crews, Jean Davis, Vernon Brannen, Frances Cadman, Audrey CARD OF. THANKS the coming year., Murrel Ed. q
Carlisle wards was chosen ... captain and ?
-- springs of life, Dyal, L. M. Gaines, Irene Goodge, Chapman, Francis The Woman's Club wishes to
Lets make this second semestere And wearing a calm brow while on son.Second Grade, Mrs. H.' C. Ritch, Jeanelle Hutchings, R. E.! Jones, Cotton, Melver Crosby, Merrill Edwards thank each of the students who Robert Chapman a> alternate cap _
tain. ;
best yet. You see now how her heart Teacher-Joe English, Keeffee Mary Jane Judd, Florence Merse Leecy Fogg Myrna Frank, contributed toys and fruit to the :
(ice It Is to be 'elempt on thosetlUISO Anguish was resting like a hand Pitts, Olin White, Nina Bishop reau, Alice Peterson Keeffee Harrell, Francis Heming. local Community Christmas tree About twenty-five guests enjoy'

begin now and be ex. of fire- Ruth Click, Marjorie Davis, Roth Seventh Grade, Mrs. Demorest way, Elizabeth HOllingsworth, for children. "The tree would have ed this. delightful,",ffalr.
apt for the next exams at the Until at last the agony of thought Powell, Kathleen Stockwell, Lola Teacher-S. L. Alvarez, Robert Blake Jackson, Louise Kite, Doro- been impossible had it not been for ,
d I of the year. Grew Insupportable, and madness Tyler, Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Alberta Blair, Jewett Fogg, Theodore thy Maruck, Donald McRae, Her. the splendid co-operation of the Never clean matting or grass ?
came Woodward. Goodge, Vernon Silcox, George 811- bert Packham, Martha Powell, students of our school" the committee ,rugs with, soap.. '''Use cold water. rand
Dorothy Ruble Shaw -
CCHVaaATTTLATiaiffS Darkly upon her, and,the sufferer Low Third Grade, Mrs. Grace cox, Mary Harriet Bishop, Ralph Snyder, Sapp Irma Stockwell,, Louise Came stated. ammonia.

I died Wainwright, Teacher __ Joe Andrews DuBoia. Thuley Gaery, Lorraine Strickland, Alma Thornton I I NOTIOM OK APPLICATION KOH;:' '
I We want to congratulate the la- Nor-died she unlamented! and if ANNOUNCING ..
Richard Jackson, Sara Hartman Doris '$ilcox, Doris VAX I mess Hlgrh School on having such the ear Barefoot, Doris Brown, Eloise Bullock Strickland, Geraldine Tillman. Wainwright M. E. Edward 'Wainwright, Beginning next week, a new column Notion I... hereby given;' that Pierre
|splendid Jl&JNII',1.be "Whirlwind. Of the freed heedeth Wynn. will appear on the School No dal adaih Tea Certificate,
spirit :aught Gloria Bufford, Ethel Coleman Seventh Grade, Miss Hazel Mid- o'DlJlD2 day of Aufuet, s
r deserve a great deal of credit beneath Evelyn Clemons, Ida Lulu Twelfth Grade-Lester' Austin, News page, entitled "Uncle Abe A. has filed said certificate
dleton Teacher-A. Z. Adkins, Jr., In y
d applause for publishing It The of its inheritance Mildred Dlnklns. Vera Gainey, Calo'lates." "Uncle Abe" will give my office and made application
brightness new
Davis, Mary Dixon, Dorothy Lee Dorothy Boulware, Lloyd Edwards, for tax deed to issue thereon In ae-
thout assistance from "outald-. Johns Alvertlne Johnson, Patsy Henry Godwin, Carolyn Hutto his personal opinions on the subjects oordanoe with,law. Bald certiorateembrace i;.
Clara Flume, Grlffla, Gloria
** Sidney I Louise Jackson, S. R. Johns, Lois of the Watch for the following- deeorlhect
ra. It be joyful to the pa.rt.adone day. next
may Keen, Lot.Newsom, Barbara Snow, Johns, Betty Lee Kruse, Lillian property situated In Bradford Coon'F
I We've read BO much about the To feel that earth remembers her Loca Belle Sumner, Clarice Thomas Audra Belle N.T. I Long Beatrice Miner, Sinclair week's paper in which be will givean ty Florida to-wltl The East Half
Moseley Phillips
;Peek, Elena of Southeast of &
Prather, Alta Rahme Quarter the South
In love.: Introduction of himself.
'ferent celebrities of Inverness Edna Tyler, Sara Sewell Katherine Hitch Jr., Doshla Smith, Mama Joe Shufford, went Quarter at Heotlnn: Seven(1)' <(< ,, fi r
[llg-h School that we would like to -Whittier. Klnlaw. Silcor, Marjorie Stump Townehlp H.Y.n ((7) Mouth, Rang.Twenty.two .
Louanna.Harney. Dorothy Swanborn, Annie Laura bears (31)) Kant, containing
Grizzly ,
including the ;
Just bow they look.: Maybe Third Grade Miss Lucille Edwards big Twenty (Is.) Acre,. more !..... -' a''
me time we can Journey down This poem expresses the feeling Eighth Grade, Mrs. Perkins, Tucker, Dorothy Turner, Lois Ad- Alaska brown bears, are estimatedat The a......m.ntot, said c propertyunder
of the Junior Class as well as the Teacher-ElnOl' Bennett, 'l'eacher-L. O. Jones, Billy Long, kins, George Arwood, Martha 5,164 in the national forests for the said certificate limed. WIM.JJ. t
then have
ere; they'll some more entire high school. LIllie Dell Davis, Doris Mae Gaff- Roswell Itoegel, Billy Powell, Aria Brownlee, Bunnle Canova, Idell 1932 as compared with 3,747 In the name qf Unknown "- ,,
Floating Gosslpa"We Mrs. Alderman was kind, patientand ney, Ghelma Starling,Jlmmle Griffin Tillman, Carol, White, Emogene Clemons, Gratton Cooper, Carlle 1931. for.., Unleee aeonrdlnr said certificate to law shall tax be deed redeemed *

certainly have enjoyed ex- understanding in her work Claud Wiggins, Wardolph Drlskell, Frances Lee Peek. Faulkner, Woodfln Halle, Katheryn will issue thereon on >the 10th;day
hanging with you, Hampton with the students, and we as members Johns, Carolyn Green, Doris Grif- Ninth Grade, Mr. Larson, Teacher Haynes, Kitty Hogsed, Norman Approximately 20,000-whales of Dated February tble, A.8th D..I.day... of"January" '

unDo of the Bradford County-High fls. Betty Hardenbrook, Violet -AlKay Carlisle, Eula Mae Johns, Marguerite Prevatt, Lula weighing 280,000 tons were caughtIn A-D- '".", *

LOIS LONG. School will miss her greatly.JUNIOR Johnson, Ellen Mersereau. Dyal, Irene Davis, Lois Judd, Marjorie Redgrave, Lester Schnell, Frow Anarctlc waters during the season Clerk A.of.t. ,lTHOMA8.Circuit Courts; l{

Exchange Editor. CLASS. Fourth Grade, Mrs. Herbert McMillan, Don Stllley. Artie Strickland, Richard Thede. i Just closed. ilradtord County,.Florida.l56tBl8 / .,
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Hello Folks---Opportunity Knocks Loudly at Your. Door! '






228 E: CALL STREET r Next Door to ,Clover Farm Store STARKE, 'fLORDIA

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THIS SALE STARTS SATURDAY, January 13th 9AM.LuckyDay( ) and CONTINUES 30 DAYS, BE".,. ;HERE. !! .

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I :'Ladies, One Lot Assortment 400' Pair Women's Full Fashioned 185 Women's Hats-Latest styles; 6 5 0 LADIES'

High Grade Silk Dresses; values Chiffon Hose, size 8 1-2 to 10, in UNDERWEAR -
$2.95 values 47c some value as high as $2.00Open'ng 88 Such as Princess Slips, m omcors Combinations
..to '$9.50, Opening Sale all latest shades; $1.00; I C t

.:% for. only ___-"".___e___-*.____ Opening Sale. .for. only.-; ,---.- -.., Sale J ---------------- Prices Pajamas-Seeing, Silk 'Gowns-Given Is Believing.' away' at rldiculauj '


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,Makes;, 60c value-, Opening Sale 23c I| SHIRTS; $1.00 value Opening Sale Q.tltf* I I and Styles Opening Sale Price 95' *, I latest makes Some value $6.00-all tLl jfc4t QC, '

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f.' 'MAKING A LONG STORY SHORT-You know as well as we do that prices are going: up and that this is no SALE TALK but the truth and that this maybe, / ,

1, ,your' last- chance,to buy at these,low,,prices for years to come. Attend this SALE and save money. INSPECTION SOLICITED. '
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Man Asks For Hose Income''' Tax, Blanks Auto Tag Purchaser MJl
Sets',8ack'' CWA Workers Rapid Progress Credit Group
old But Makes Getaway Are LatestBad News Finds Convict Note ',
With, Silk Pajamas"Keep ,Distributed In CountyJ. Asking For "Smoaks" '*

Berry Crop Here Must Accent .,.....;- OnCityHallMade Is Now' Ready '

an eye on strangers who Edwin Larson collector of internal Several notes have been found

ask for black silk stockings-they revenue has mailed Income mixed In with license tags received

Several Weeks may,get away with pink silk pa- Normal ,JobsRuling tax forms to every Individual, corporation By CWANearly here Tax: Collector' C. A. Knight To Begin Loans'
,"- j Is the advice one local and partnership in this said this week. The-notes are fi

shopkeeper was giving this week, community who filed a return for placed there by convicts who workIn .t -

Temperatures- Tuesday A strange negro man entered a Made Following Trouble the year 1932 $200,000 In Project Have the tag plant at the State Prison Starke Production Amux-liUloii 4

freezing' Wednesday Halt Ripening ladies hop here Monday and asked In The Citrus GrowingBelt Those who did'hot file blanks In Been Approved For Bradford Farm and usually ask for a small Receive* Blank For
And FruitFreezing for a pair of stockings The shopkeeper 1932 can !secure a black form by County gift of some kind. App'ilcatione

turned 'away, to search for -- addressing Collector of Internal One tag purchaser Thursday : <
temperatures Tuesdaynd hose of the right size and color All CWA''workers who normally Revenue, Jacksonville Florida.) .* Work is progressing rapidly on morning found a note asking for -
night of this week but when they'were produced the obtain their employment throughthe Full instructions will be foundon erection of the new city hall hereas some "smoaks." She said that she LOan- application, blanks for use

Wednesday put an end to negro said they were too expensiveand harvesting of fruits and vegetables each return 'and by carefully a project under the Civil Works intended to comply with the request by the'' Production Credit Association -;'

,'Ul practically from Starke departed. f or through other local Indus following these instructions It Is Administration, At the end of the of Starke arrived here Monday

trawberry shipments tor.th* next two or Several minutes later-:-but too tries must be dropped from the believed that no difficulty will be work week Thursday the finishing e morning', E. W. "Hayes; secretary

nd- Lawtey believed by grow- late;the shopkeeper discoveredthat CWA roll If evidence presentedthat encountered In preparing a correct touches had been put on the frame treasurer' of the organization an
tree weeks It here. one of the' most expensivepairl they can obtain employment return. However the collector's of the structure which in its outline Winner Announced, nounced'this week and applicationfor

rs and shippers of pajamas ill the IItore'had 'at this time according to a ruling office will be,glad to furnish any looks somewhat similar to the .loans may b* filed, at once.
No accurate estimate could be departed with him.' by the executive committee at Tal- specific Information required. Woman's Club building here. The "Starke corporation operatesfor

lade Thursday morning as to the I lahassee. .. Deputy collectors stationed at Other building projects In the In History ContestLester ,'the-benefit of'three counties,,,
bloom on
xtent'of damage to the |i This action wan taken because of the principal cities In the state will county, such as the addition to the Bradford, Union and Baker App a

erry plants -but some growers cent.It Board To Issue reports labor difficulties In the also be glad to furnish informationor county court house here and to the plication blanks here are In pour,: ,k
laced it aa high as fifty per state particularly Inthe 'cItrus aaslst tax payers In preparing school buildings at Starke Lawteyand Auntln Win Prize Given session'of"Mri: Hayes, while., T.

is generally believed that aetback ,belt. Meetings have- been held In their returns. Deputy collectorswill Hampton have not yet befcun., By Local Chapter., Of Dyer county agent, has them In 141
to the crop in this section Time Warrants Orlando at which CWA officials visit practically every city in The first bids on materials for V. D. C. Union) 'County;; ,and, I. D.: Stoner a,
looked on
t; this time is not to be and fruit' and vegetable growers the state' during the filing period these projects were received Thurs- director,in association,,has "a' y
nfavorably. With Plant City discussed the situation. and notices Of the exact dates will Lester Austin student In the supply'for Baker. 3 .

omlng In strong, the markets willoon Citrus and vegetable growers be posted in the different post offices i day.Trees have been down Bradford County High School, won Directors of the corporation held'
fruit from that Take Action To Finance County's chopped
be filled with shipments Share Of Court House have recently complained I ito the and published-in the local pa. and 'lines have been laid out in the local history prize contest a, special meeting at the courthouse
and additional sponsored by the U. D C. chaptei
lace committee that field and whichIme"
grove pers. here Tuesday night at
preparation for too court house addition
.result in ExpenseAn -
would likely _
om' here here. The winning paper writtenon
workers were hard to obtain be- Stone elected
but It is not yet known ,..0. was dlred-r!
iwering prices. issue'o' warrants cause of higher wages paid.by the when actual construction the subject "A Pioneer in My tot from)Baker County. Mr. Stone
time in the will be-
Is .. Home concerned the life of
of the season V. > BsEn1ist'ov Town
first -truck CWA. 13 '
later date
The denominations of $100 each with gin. I will'at.a, appoint appraisers d
ported to have left Lawtey Tues- The commltteeVmessage, which Mary Todd an early settler of ,{rom that, county. '
Interest at the rate Of six per cent Projects In this
Richmond approved county with her hands,
who own
headed for Lawtey
morning was received'as a telegram' at
y up to the amount of $2,000 was approved to date total $191,613.42. it was ilnnouncedi at this meeting PS
Baltimore. It conned laid out the orglnlal streets of that
'ashlngton approximately'100, and 32-qUart by the County Commission CWA headquarters follows: here. this. .week.ret1ds'as ," .In'La Camp Following is"a complete: list of town.Mr.. that S. M.. Duke and J. M. Conner f
at special meting Friday of would, acf appraisers\ In Union-.
ers a
projects and their total coat: : Austin's paper will be for-
"Effective Immediately all CWA
..atea.j V'.1 0 .Hazen aad.R.' M.
last week. The' action was taken II County ;
j During the past weeK forty in1. order to finance the county's workers who normally obtain their Many Chosen Locally To 'Make :Administration project, 14,271. will warded compete to Rollins with College other where from all It Crosby had previously'been elected:.

ates were shipped from here by part of the o{ building the employment through the harvesting Replacement. Forestry' S. R. D.-State Road 113 from to''tiUtAeepositue In. Bradford.' '
expense ,
over the state In a Florida History
press and sHout seventy by addition to the County court house. of fruits and vegetables or r"fW.J! State Road 13 to Alachua Countyine T P1""xIuctioa Credit Assoola- ,
:Prize Contest. Two
gold .medals
f uck. The average price received The board also appointed a committee through'' any other local industry ( 95.266.CO. 'are offered awards.In Uon..V'.'Af'tsrke'ti'formed; : '. '.ever,&tr
i reported. to have been. about i to appear before the State and where evidence Is presentedthat Twelv1< boys from Starke and New River to Starke-Tomlln- as wekag(> byfarmeraof this section "

5.00 for quart crates. Road Department In Tallahasseeat they can obtain this employ- one from Hampton 'left Tuesdayfor son near New River Staton! to the local contest fine papers .'!j.| \11,. of twenty-three. : similar' 1
also submitted Miss Lois
were by
Shipments from Plant City pass4 Its meeting on January 30 In an ment at this time must be, dropped the Lawtey Civilian,Conservation Starke. $3,084.Starke Long and Miss Martha Brownie organizations .now, Lin operation' ,

the first million-pint. mark wheneavy'loadings attempt to have hardurfacing of from CWA emloyment to take normal Camp which will be their address Relaying bricks on They wrote' on the life of Col. Comer throughout Florid;; and provide,
Satur- employment offered. Vacan- for the next six months. The for Bradford; Union
and streets 766. an opportunity
Friday the State Farm Road Included in
L. Peek and the life of Col. W.
ay consisting of'twenty-thlee.ol- the department's 1934 budget. cies In quota thus caused shall be young men were enlisted to take Starke School ,. bus route, T. Weeks, respectively and'Baker grower ,to get\ small tii
the i ieason'a filled from National Reemployment the places of those who left Uncle fl.6B2.25.. loath with which to on' their ,r ,
d express carloads, 'brought: Members of the committee are G. .... carry ,
total through that date to W.'Andrews. J.M. Rosier and G. offices."" Sam's reforestation work flat at Starke-School bus route and U. Negro Convict Shot farming..' 'At? present the association

,089,896 pints.. W. HInson. e the end of their .first enlistment S. mall route $4,378. <:,$has''a' $20,000 incorporated a

According to reports from Plant Minutes'of the meeting follow. !In MBS. MOLLIE SURRENCY period. State Farm-School bus and U. At Keystone Camp stocky: .with .a loan value up,, to "7;;
Funeral Mrs. Mollie
services for The thirteen lucky youths were '
'* S. mall route repairing County ;
the'' continued' 'drought Is full: ;; : 1100.000/
Ity of will be held at Ed- 1'\
Surrency Tampa Carl Reddish Jack Lea Harry '
auslng'some plants on high lando .The..Board' otOoUDty;: Commissioners :: Dedan cemetery; near.Brooker--to- wards John Inman, Prescott dill, Road' 29, $998.75.LawteySobool. A, convict uprising at the Keystone Loan'f; com the associationmay'b
die. Dry weather Is also noted met !In adjourned session o'clock bus and U. S. Height prison road camp on i obtained. for all agricultural ,
dajr.(Friday) at 10:00 a.m. Clarence Rhoden, Fred Bryant
t Lakeland and In Hardee County. January 5. 1934 at 10:00 o'clock with RevI.: J. Johnson officiating. Gratton Frank McKelvy mall route $1,055.StarkerXHearing. New Year's night has resulted In production'' purpose and will 09 forperiods h
with'the following members,present Cooper ditches on unipaved the death'of Curtis Baker long 'of'three to twelve nonth

ifto'. Owners 4 Plead' : \W;',W.Hlnsofl,'chairmanJ.;, Tbe of :Mr.-body. and will Mrs.remain P. ,.M.at;the Barefoot home Jackson Elmq Struth Rivers LuUver all of 0 Clark Starke and or Itreetll/$.,SfIS.ISO. I term negro prisoner In moat instances l with a maximum. '
M. Rosier t"ti. Conner,';''Malkny Starke- Drainage and mosquito According to investigating officials of three years Where'used-'to ft- ?r
until the hour for funeral services of
Extension White
and Pet
For' Tag Thomas! and O. W. Andrews.' near vicinity : control. Alligator Creek from I some prisoners had been trying nance livestock 'operations., .The >,J

....' -, Notary public bond of Mrs.Mildred MARRIAGE LICENSES Hampton. Starke to Rowell Lake $7,636.60.' I to incite others to riot sine rat of interest at present.will be. "!
I 'Their' enlistment was for a "
Automobile owners and officials Gill Doyle was approved.*, Cecil Parker., and Ruby Silcox; of six months. period Hampton-School bus. and U. S. Christmas Day and that they attempted six per,.cent. J'. '
this week began lining up on opposite 'The board then adopted the following both of Mlddleburg, Jan. 7. mall route $1,023. to call a strike on Dee 27, As production credit' ass'oclatlonr ,11
side of the question of wheth- resolution: : I underwear Theressa-Regradlng and openIng but failed because of lack of sup '
C. H. Crabtree Jacksonville and Knitted silk should be are ample to take care of all loan,, a, ,
r the time to acquire 1934 auto- I ''Whereas the Board of County;, Cora Belle Strickland Starke pulled and stretched into shape by side drains $1,473.90. port.On necessary production''purQoeesi'
noblle, license tags should be ex- Brooker-Twenty-four miles U. New Year's disturb
Commissioners of Bradford County Jan. 6. hand never Ironed. night a no feed or' seed loan will be available -
ended beyond' January 15,' Florida, ha under considerationthe S: mall route and school bus route ance started In the stockade and In 193S. The new associations) swill

Even while Governor Sholtz was repair of and construction of an $7,701.07. when a guard went there to take also take over the activities of

ibsent. from ..Tallahassee thereame addition to the county court house Iampton Repairing county one of the leaders out and place the Regional; Agricultural. 'Credit
: telegrams to his office taking and. Surveyor Finds Bradford Boundary; ,road and mall route) $1,474. him in the sweat box other prls* Corporations. d

ipposlte views:"In. the name and Whereas at this time the board Lawtey-Repairing county road oners lut Tfered. i i'' e i .1.
or the sake of the common: people finds ,It has insufficient available and mall route $0,262.23. "A general fight ensued" the '

Jf' the' state;. give ill thirty days cash on hand to pay for the said Follows' River That ,Does .:Not Exist Assistant ,to "manager Federal report said "and the guard 'was Sanitation'.W

nor* on auto tags( ," telegraphed W. repairs and construction. Agricultural Credit Corporation beaten. up pretty badly and he .
Water of Lake Hamilton. 'Sim--" -Therefore, Be1 It Resolved by the $120. .' other guards came to his rescue -It r
ar messages' ame from other sec- Board of County Commissioners of I State Road 13, Starke-Hlghland, and in the fight one of the negroes tfqhapman

livm. jt ** .t JI'.." Bradford County Florida, that It (The following article, written River'concerns.has bean fixed by 5434. was also beaten up and one of the Will Begin'ijere.
'; the taxv ,of the, ''.8tte.,Road ,13.Starke to Ala prisoners shot and had to be
The'opposite vlew'was taken by Issue time warrants In the denominations by n. E.: Lagergren, surveyor assessor* respective warn' .
3. A.;Williams of-Tavares president of one hundred ($100)) dollars new engaged In- county work counties.. This boundary 1. a seriesof : chua'County' Ime, $5,266.00. carried to the hospital at Ralford." ", t i

of-theFloridaAssociation of each, with Interest at the rate goes to prove one more that no steps.formed by-straight line Lawtey aewtpg room..$2,158, Part. 'Of'' -'N.it...... Program 'Tor

Pax Collectors. o.wired;: Any of six per";cent 'perannum,' said one I* perfect-not. even members running north-south and east-west: ] Starke sewing room,'$10,776. June Primaries Begin' Wipe, Out. Hookworm And. 4,
extension of time for securing auto warrants to be paid In from six to of the legislative committee in a cold and long faced manner, J Star I:.r j National Reemployment To Attract Attention Typhoid

tags would works real hardshipn twelve months ,from, date, to finance who laid out the boundaries of and not meandering, aimlessly' In ;of flee, 63360. ,-. ,

tax collectors of the'state.,"Fees .' the above' project:!' The ''Bradford County.) idyllic abandon as a ho' nut' Sampson, City-Thirty-one -miles T.' T., toni of Starke' has been..

ire so small they would not pay for amount of warrants 1* not,to exceed .- ribber" would do. Whether' the assessments road' (o be graded $1,278.80.StarkeCommunity The June Democratic primariesare appointed county sanitaryltupeo'; :
eat.. force to handle ..the. llua. of -of the'two" ,counties garden No. beginning to attract the attention and Union Counties -.*, '
B* required In, the aggregate; code, three wise"men of Gotham of Flo.Ida's electorate U campaign tor for:,Bradford
f time etexndeoVGovernor's consideration two thousand, ($2,000).douar.): : went to' sea in a tub and perished.In dovetail precisely or if there I Is anynoman's 1. $1,022.50. are being outlined through. by the State Board of Health.';,

!Ia' the.matter greatly apt, 'William Atwlll. '.Jr.', representingJohn ;1861 a legislative committee of land missing from this Hampton Beautification of out the state., The election of state The state( board, In co-operation, r
jreclated'c; Nuveen it Co.,of Chicago IIL wise men In Tallahassee fixed the jigsaw puzzler or there are overlaps school grounds $11S6.StarkeClearlnc senators occupies a prominent with'the national body; I* makinga -

George'Wader..,state motor ve appeared before the board asking. boundaries of Bradford County. deponent knoweth not. and Improving place In the forthcoming political fight against hookworm and oth-
Ic.le'"commissioner,'said 'Monday that 'the'' state,, treasurer, be requested They believed In "safety first" and The government field notes'andmap parks, $140. spotlight.' er diseases which are'common 'in ,
be.; bad definite "assurance fromGovernor to pay .the matured interest launched their craft Into a river make' no mention of any river Ortham-Drainage of large bay Instead of the usual nineteen warm climate -
time toacquire '. the July 1, 4926, lived running 'out of Santa Fe- near Graham $1,191.00. ,. / -ot'. work In .
;,8nolts that the ,coupons on ; that did not exist and thus state senatorial elections, there wUl The"importance the I
tags-would not Aa extended. Issue,;, 'without demanding,. ..the happily ever_after. At one place, a long distance Lak.'j Hampton-Drainage ot large. bay be twenty-one this year due to va- this county I., broughtt out,b" the. 4

,;The Governor' left,last.week for names' and addresses: of the holders When they had traced the north where the river1st near Hampton $1,634.80., cancies caused by the death of one fact that a. recent survey;' of ,the
a," rip downr'state..'and a' 'visit-to of the ,bond. aa they had the and east boundaries on the government start but, I is where. some -believe it to Lawtey and Starke-Drainage of senator and the resignation of another school her. showed eighty per cent '
be It Is
; only a short slip;excavated Crawford road into Patter and
complete list:and continued\ to rep numbered dis of the students had hookworm
Nassau and h1.office was notified township plats, they came to In the uneven
the Bay ,,
robably..durlnc 'early ; $3,659.30.'lrahanDrainage
Ihe would_ not;return until Sunday.. resent. them besides owning a con- the'south, end of Santa Fe Lake' '80s,,for, dral qe or logging'pur- of. pond. tricts. The two vacancies will be The sanitary work' W' carried on z oat
6tattt siderable block'themselves., Upon northwesterly filled for a two year period only ** to 'the 'country
and continued:."Thence little expen y
poeestfiiatctb Uorie,tti4 caaa'tJtowaldo went: Ziff $937.50BrookeSanitary'. ,
;'!Meets'It, *,:Payrolls !motion duly.mad* and carried the through the center of said lake i was dug; fat water.'coin of -toilets. ,. $262.' as all uneven- numbered'districts home owner. rAll that ,.ls. required,' 1,
i clerk was Instructed to communicate bold their' election for four of materlais.
!in said will the
to Santaffy Riverthence of him ,1 furnishing
ithout ''F ;' /er treasurer' Instructing munication between that town udMelrJill8. Starke-Rising school bus. and U., All,
n4rta i with the state river,, northwesterly to the mouth .. year representation in 1836 labor Will:be furalsoed
,. S. mall .
r him to withdraw the said of Olustee Creek.".etc.. On the route $1O51.50.Brooklyn Senator' W. C.'Hodges, Tallahassee by the Civil YWorlu Administration. o- S
The present state administration, condition Of payment.* had a'fine 'tine Santa Fe River bar been called Section -Repairing elected president of the 1935 .. # < .
plat they seen ?
c :- "historic.1. Its orgin should be cer County Road 10, $2,247. !* i
ch took'otftce !In January. 1033 The board then proceeded to select Senate at the 1933 session, contingent
drawn northwesterly from the lake; Homeowners who wish to' cooperate .
established record for recent less than 280. nor, more tain.It\ may detract from Its fame Graham-Repairing county road Is
not' marked the western upon his. reelection expected .
this line only work should applyat
each that it doe* not spring from the which leave bard Road 68 near to this
n by being able to meet from the various .
than BOO names but to run without opposition ,
limits of WMBy office
the great swamp Federal Re-employment
ItJttwe1ft in aristocratic Santa Fe Lake which Graham, $1,752.05.. the ,
JDODthl"payroUa Bradford.County. '
without the transfer' of money I furnish' uat of name so selected too the.' .olou supposed lake.to be'And'a boasts of being navigable for small Starke-Upkeep of highway. S.. Leon Indication County. point to the electionto In Htarke. n.
and and river running from the steamer (when the hyacinths do R. D.. n, lU. [
one fund another wlth- 'the clerkef the circuit court decreed the Senate of at least two members '
bot'IowIIIa',1"Thia'.Iraa. ::accomin .clerk of said board as the law direct thus by law.a'river wa of not object)? but from ragged on-* State Road 26, cleaning ditches, of the last House. Escaped. Lifer Returns
when there or1, as one
,,spite::91. the .factj. that *.. Said.....to' be written ; wa none Cohen'. '' kempt Barrow Bay: $1,084. To'Ralford, Voluntarily w
.eta taxpayer in 1932 and 1933 sups of paper,and folded and Octavus' Roy ,, necroeeJ.u One of the objects of the survey Starke-Pouring 4,500 feet new 2 from Hampton to Theressa,

practically cm a tax strike.the. ." upon deposited i"by the-' sheriff,. county :'" say_ It .waa'"somethln' dat now being planned for this county sidewalk and relaying' 11 ,3GO feet $8.970. I Alonzo I'sdgett .who escaped:

.1933::LegislatureadIn 'judge' and elerk to.a box under lock might be to establish a.: well-" old sidewalk $7,146.40. Lawtey-Grading street' in from the Florida prison ''recently

June), ever the moot ar- .and ,k y',and from,said boa ,the Santa Fe Lake ha no ,outlet marked,, boundary from the north I Lewtey .Claying; County Road 9, Lawtey, placing culvert and while serving a life term for murider -" ,
pportaoa of admmlstra-' name of Jurors; (to.:be, "drawn'.to When the water' rises high It slope end of the lake !In question, northwesterly Lawtey to Intersection: with State' bridge. $6,990.80.BrookerClaying. In Taylor County., hu' come :

that an extra, session serve in tile !circuit,court aa prescribed over Into the awamp; Taking the to where the river. .to well Road 48. $6,609. County Rid r back with an explanation, fprhis'T',
be called within ninety days by law'i. ; .. Orange Height road from Hampton enough defined to present an actual Starke-lDdexlDi book at county 6, four. miles $6,968.15. ; _' ice Without,leave. -r
additional::source' of 'one soon crosses the Santa F* boUndary.' Yet it would hardlybe court house; $..000. Regradlng County Road 21, ? .. A ;

revenue In order to meet pay-. '.;PI"OJNTJIENT: :A.PPROVICD, Bradford County,on. both sides ;of worth while, of or the region .Brooker' Repairs,' to. school $3,469., 'Superintendent; F*. Chapman' he,, i ,
convictas saving
,and'maintain ,.state' Instttu- Formal confirmation' the Sen Bradford County on both sides ot along the) line ie-tooi Godforsakento $%,NO.18.:. Stark*-Grading and claying quoted the ,
r.: \, "- .. .r''." ate'_ of the appointment of 'J.'Edwin It: and.,.._moreover.;instead offtowr-: rale' Vtiirbno 100...*0 there Hampton-.-Repairs to .school, County.Road 4. Starke to Conner left for a time because hU !mother\ <

.'I paaap" of the'rutctu back Larson,and-AUie 'Angle has lag>.;in a northwesterly, direction lav ..... any call toe determination I Ic I $ &....- bridge $7,301.90.LawteyRepairs. wa ,in ill health,and.poor wife flnan-N:and' "'
atong, law has. dona. Its bcen'asked by President Roosevelt. according.to law; '' It run, south-:: << 'tD'wbat county aj fracaa-took i Btarke .* Repairs'' to school, for Lawtey clad circumstances; his friend had, j:# 'I.
need, a
westerly. ..This anomaly U explained place '"The few flab muddlers do r$8,786.08. school $341.00.County children were in ;; ;
to relieve,the tax .situation: Anglo is collector of customsfor ,
erdatent tax drive} carried; onL .Florida;wltn. headquarters InTanfpei"Mri' by the fact that tne stream' does not nave to quarrel About bole, for Hampton -: 8 o b 0 o I ,grounds Road 1. IYID&St4te been Joet In a swamp: ,,and\r (: his'"fa-,' a ," r.'j t! 'j
for intangible Lftnoa .to collector of I not com from the big lake on the there are more. than enough.'and $4.22a.(1- ., Road 113 and continuing; to 'county lrotiad9p: ,hRei 4fed......f' '! ,,1''v : '
a. nibB-.ibbubkd'< itsa. 'hit reverse for the state witsflraisucn 8OQt but.3* '.a lyiy.r.,BoatdrainCreek moonshine Rtillc: ::jicsa''fnevera' ;;be 'State Farm. Road. RalfordCleanlnajtiMMiagrUbbmtl Une. $7 2JJO. ...ei ,le'' .)ibeil, aQPlblffWM.r, QC) .worrtel, t.1" ''ti '
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etitdilil'llskry' :' Wn+n'1R0lr16 om to jackfcoovin*. Senate eon- glorified; "bjrjt **, b cound! ..anyway.-vln their 8mrl ty to 100-foot I ''Lawtey-FUUng grounds,, ',sidpouring ..w".I"MI'$ *"tq14'JD.1!! '\-t lwn
t.".. Is-expected' la due course lot several stre...* ....t...;. fled Jab for-tfeex nneniployeo.th4authorlUo rtgbt-ot-way.$4MOLaat' I '< \ sidewalks. 727375. cavsed the prisntuir. faynm oIL HeMs''-:t '

.f..X. tcIa 01 UIDe'' ''"""I"f(,. Fq;; {oi.!] .r.rtii.,"0-,; ; swamp;'ekatghA:+ba'st' ttel7wneMWt. *:mlgnt. put;.+enicto digging Stukt'Project"to'c.nstruot' "Community' sanitation (Federal), had served ........licorean; !If.... .:;.

...at11rEJdM..IIw...... I ,I I" '.. t, >,;gt1r'! : ; : a rival. only that water wouldb dtT hal1,' $4.J91.... 2lso.. .. ute .ent.m0v tNdwbe'stbsckto;: 1Z.Latheaa4lUosskakbrha7weNJt" Fj .
qll S ai,. ....'rr. .....;.t. ;tk&' i..i .,;- AOtadary' '''XLirrYd / apt. to flow toward' ,,tke take .In.d'fros'1Llc .La c:1t7,',haU.v ',U. 8. Forestry (Federal), $871.1 fmlsb,the temt.: H*'Ald'aot' asr ,.,

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L. Onsklao. .,.*. M. E. Crews. Cor. c I Mr. H, M. Men**. C.r. AIM A NI.._, c... Elizabeth n&raage, Con Ml. Lula M.e f.t..l* Cor. L. C. Smith, CorreMpondpnt

J. T.. Quigley of Starke will con- Louise Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker :Mrs. Riley Pringle] of Hampta
MoodyMurrheeMiss Mrs. J. W. Grlfis. Mrs. H. C. Miss Hazel Underhill bas returned Miss Sapp spent the at ,
Murrhce and duct services at the Baptist Church filled his regular' appointment was visiting Mrs. F, M. Griffin
Frankie Lou Wimberly and Carson M. Griffis to her school at Hampton after week-end in Starke the guest of and Sun- laj
w, :Mr. Claude A. Moody of Green were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday spending the holidays here with her here next Sunday morning while Deadon Church Saturday week. e
is A''' q91 Cove,Springs were quietly married Mra. Grlffis remained at St. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Un- the pastor is attending to minis- her cousin, Mine Dorothy Sapp. day.Mr Mrs. Syrntha Wilson Is vlsltlM
,' x' e sf Tuesday, January 2, 1934, by Judge Luke/a Hospital where she under- derbill. terial duties elsewhere. Rev. G. K. Miss Alice Edwards was visitingher and Mrs. Carl Hough and her grandson Roy Smith of Hamp!

4; E.I K. Perryman of Starke. went an operation, on her eyes.F. Mr .and Mrs.W. R. Halslop Mrs. McCauley will preach at the eve- sister, Mrs., Tate Alvarez Sat- children, Mrs. Doshle Prescott and ton this 'week.
2y The bride wore an outfit of medium ning service. afternoon. daughter, Miss Inez, and sons, Rev. C.C., Butler of Lake Butler
and Fred urday ,
and children
E. Bartlett of Tallahassee wasa Sim Kelly
trimmed in Orea and Claude Mrs.. Bill Hines, filled his regular'appointment
+ blue ruff and Jewel Prlestonof hen
crepe Misses
,3 it business visitor here Thursday.Mrs. Haialop were transacting businessin Lydia Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Keene and Lewis and -
white with hat and pumps to Lake Butler recently spent a few L, O. and Johnnie Sunday.
match.' H. C. Wimberly and H. C. Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. days with their' sister, Mrs. J., G. family were visiting Mr.' and Mrs. George Prescott attended the mow :Mr.. and Mrs. W., T. Wasclin(,
Mrs., Moody' is the daughter of Wlmberly, Jr., were visitors to T. N. Norman and childrenof Adkins. W..R. Kersey Saturday afternoon. ies in Starke last Sunday night. Waldo were 'visiting Mr and Ma

p' i Mr, and Mrs. I.. M. Murrhee of Green Cove Springs Wednesday.L. Gum Branch were visiting relatives Mrs. J. E. Adkina and daughter, I Miss Agnes Sapp spent the H. H. Howard, G. W. and Bin H. M. Wasclin Sunday.Mr .
1, ; this place and has spent the greater L. Grant of Zephyrhllls has here Monday. Miss Grace returned to their home week-end in Lawtey the guest of Rivers were attending to business : and Mrs. M&rtln'of Starke
er part, of her young life here opened the Seaboard offices here Quite a number of people in this here last *Sunday after having f Miss Doris Burney. in. Starke Friday afternoon.Mrs. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T
1 ti'. Through her pleasing personality and expects to be here for several section attended church at Pine opent the holidays in Winter Ha- Misses Audrey McRae and Alice H. O. Rivers and sons. Jack McEver Sunday afternoon.
ua she has won a large number of months.Mr. Level Sunday. I I Harnage were visiting Miss Elizabeth and W. S., and W. J. Johns, Resale Mr. and''Mrs. C. B. Roberts and

1 friends who, will be interested In ., and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Remember the church service at I ven.Thornton Johns, who has been ill ; Harnage Wednesday morning. Thomas and B. M. Johns of Starke Mrs. Riley Pringle were visiting

JJ" this,young couple's marriage.Mr. Jr.. and Miss Patty Wimberly returned Corinth next'' Saturday night and for several months, has ,many A large crowd enjoyed prayer were visiting Mr. and Mrs J. W Mr. and Mrs. T. W, Shuler of Ra|
and to their home at Nichols Sunday. meeting at the home of Mr. and Lewis Sunday' ford Sunday.
of Mr. '
Moody is the son here who to
Friends are delighted
Cove Thursday after spending a coupleof Mrs. T, N. Norman Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.Dyal of Gra- Wilson Freeman'of .Horseshoe
v ; Mrs. Ben J. Moody of Green know that his condition is Improved -
1 weeks here with relatives. Mr. 'and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and ham were visiting here last Sun- N. C., Is visiting. his sister Mn
Eld. W.
of far. The '
t Springs and a nephew and prices are good so at this writing.Mrs. .
1'' y l little daughter, Geraldine, of the J W. Reynolds, this week.
Mrs. Ava Hardee, Miss Maggie and are day.We >
M. Moody of LaCrosse. berries are unusually large J. G. Lamoreaux of Jacksonville are glad to report that
Mr. and Mrs. .Crews and Mrs Max Carter were sweet for berries. State Farm were visiting relativesin very .
time early
; At the present unusually has recently been the guestof
this section Mrs. J. W Lewis is slowly improving Untapped reserves of the world's'
M' Moody are making their home with visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. William E. Boone of Jackson- her father, J. F. Johnson. Sunday. at this time. three great natural

; the groom's parents- at Green Cove and Mrs: Nelson Green and ville visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Wilson and sons, Miss Helen Norman spent Satur- coal and oil, amount resources to 2,200 lima gat
Springs. children of Starke spent Sunday Merrill Futch of Starke was a Charles and George, returned to day night with Misses Ella Mae In.France. drivers of all public the world's annual consumption ol
:- here with Mrs. Green's mother, business visitor here Monday., their home after spending a while and Hazel Sapp. behlcles and motor trucks must all forma of energy.,
i Locate Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. C. C. Cannon, W; J. Bailey, with relatives in South Florida. There will be prayer meeting atthe submit to a physical examination.
:Mrs.; Peter March of Sarasota !is Strawberry growers in this sec George Nightengale and Bill Reid Mrs., H... F. Chesser visited her ; home of Mr, and Mrs. Ike Nor- Drivers of private cars who have The Death's Head sphinx-moth
N + fti spending some time here with her tion are shipping a few crate. of of Jacksonville were among the daughter, Mrs. G. W. Shaw. In MI- man Friday night. Everybody wel-. caused an accident must also havean wears the'sign of death upon Iti
i, qy, l 'parents Mr. and'Mrs. L. M., Mur- strawberries to nearby markets visitors here Monday. ami this week. come to attend. examination. back..

q; fi .I Zt N.---Mt., Crawford. and Mrs.and C. E.daughter Crawford, Martha R.- I "KEEPING UP WITH THE NESE die's Probably Right for Once ---By POP MOMANEJtc

s ,' spent a few days last week in __ .
,4 of Mr. and '" WAIT A AW6oN'TAN"r.'u.' !!! : '.Bert VOOtXDN'T
Jacksonville guests : : HoPe 1'1 x' ME 1\C: )- MY c VI! '
:Mrs. Gus Wolfe and'Mr. and Mrs. 01.' aAU HAS PIPes!! ARe MINUTBWHAT'S- You 13EJAT-r-tAT?: ?' GiET TM' LAST' '
H Y ct.ARlce,".: SoM6 DAY, 3M: "cR.t: THEN Al.!:If6oNNA !
t ii !, .Joe Crawford. A Nice BJ<=T NaWLINQa", tV
.1., R. Quinn has returned' home DINNER FOR "FOR..FCSOO-- TMA-r .-rms? 7.M fj.Jinow WRrra A
k! after spending the past two weeks US -ntNIclSaHT:: ,x'M'ST D;!! FUNNY5H8 5 DoESrtT : ,..,. .M. _' Baot 'ABvuTH'OMEN!
do 4 .at. Palm Valley.,, : Berf! AMX SeaM TO lie ... ;.. N:
i' P,3, J. R. Qulnn and B.. L. Privitt HUN6RYI ;: He( :t ::* f'A'

made a trip to Taylor Sunday and id :
j, were accompanied home,, by Mrs. ,.w. $ j ,%
; Prlvitt who has spent the past two f 4J.I

f weeks therewith her parents Mr. 'r. J{ we "",4-
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and Mrs; Samson ws.
.r.rt'i a ,Miss Villa Prlvitt ''spent. several A' -
r+ days in Jacksonville last week with If -

m; her sister;:;;Miss Mittie Privttt.J ,
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J 7 s- Mrs. .Seacress, spent several y ,
ej.. ..1 days last week at Evergreen with 11/1.\\
: relatives.:
V Mf a. J. Ray Quinn and sons, WU- ... re rna M rM a.r.u.l s. +.e./
:I va bert and.Algle, were guests of Mr.
? ;and Mrs. William Morgan at Evergreen .
'''i "'t .Sunday. I .THE.--.AMILYNEXT DOOR H Tough Luck I

4 (; Mr. .and Mrs. ,Jerry Dryden of I f r" -. I tmmff m ___ __J__ ; .
xl f f Palm Valley spent the Christmas ...
a ii g, holidays here with her parents, Mr.
y and Mrs.,.J.:, R. Quinn, and were ctam BUO.' CHIIRwrw u .
S4i .I 4v accompanied home by Mr Quinn NpW ; ooe% /Rtit3'A1: C1i15 ON!
{ who .to spend a few weeks. ph El FROM SAORBOR o
v IJ ni Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee and .I TO OH.KNOTCHTO HE PROPOSED QIRUUWCT OER GINS acM e _

of Belmire and Mrs.
Claude Moody
''fi ,Willie..Mae Seacress were the THINK* IT, lN'1K
s A .guests ,oY Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gas- >
R''$ W.4 t. ;kina J onday night. Mrs. Seacreaa e A

{ 'spent the Christmas holidays at yfa

ry w u ,Belmore, the guest, of Miss Mur- .
:rhee., a ', ep
n .Mrs., Sebe Harris and baby 1v

st + daughter" of Dukes spent a few
days here this week with relatives.
a'' 11 Mrs. Br L. Prlvitt is spending

r F;; I c ''and Mrs. Samson Crews, at Taylor. o uC 0 rc C
+ 1 I 'F. E. Prlvitt of Milliard Is spendIng 0 a ;, Dld
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sometime here with relatives. C 0 'oO0 4 o
da r?' ; R. N, Crawford was a business 00 OG !
Qy"rF yisltor.tp.Lake Friday. -
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; 4r ..: T1LE MAIN TBING..ONlAIN\, ,,STREET": 'By".L"FVan'Zelrii. :

-r r p'i 4' j First Grade--C.RoD Olf Brooker W Colsen School, Don' fltnltj t Buzz .*1scoMe. yaAa' -' 1Na'PRS e 1 i t. : OLT> TOOL 'Soria Bone D.3 ,

)i I aid Crews, Gerald''Lltchfleld, Imo- aQr t 9L S rst BviD 'G'ItY' I STILL CABBTIH ONe'6 /
i. rl ,gene' Hough, Mary Aileen Kelley MAIM CjrTOEET'S A'r eAcl DON 1 TSARS. A CwP OH "1MSI'alll'ttIL"'t GONNA KNOCK."Hew.CHIP .' '
1'i' /i Betty Joe Webb: AM'
U \Mary McGauley HEwa$PAPQER OTiQ FetKABOTTt '$MouL"bn5.NO
i [:Mrs.. Leola Roberts, teacher; Rif "
:t ''flf; ;' Second Grade-e: Ronald Hines,' PEACE''' CFi.
+'t' 'Phyllis Hazen.. Doris.Hodge, Lo- ,

2 r ;, raloe Thomas, Ruby 'Ward-Mrs.; IN SIGHT. t usT
r j 'Edna: Prevatt, teacher

r ? J" Third' Grad --WIIson Green ..-
,Mrs Edna Prevail, teacher!, + 1 1
Fourth'and Fifth Grades-Jew- 'AND I I
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4 'ell Prescott Bessie Prescott, M. D.; I J '$ (
y l ; THarrell,'Douglas Haaen-Mrs. Gus- tiJ

M' + ale Mae Boree, teacher.
a "'?\f"l"! :- kslq (E1. :/ -'' ........ .

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;,. t 'Mrs. Sarah Drlggers I 'got Lake : lD
'k' ,I Butler was visiting friends' and relative I O L I

''Q'P" here Sunday. HAN
,F.' Raulenon'of Okeechobee. -
:P.{ 'JoIn.- A.-
d: ;'who has been spending a 1lldr fb A'l. : '

1Y 'lfJ IIt'few days here';with her_ parent, ... 1 1. I7riaWwuhI ;+

i' '.j, Mr. and Mrs. H.. :P,.GaIney, has returned -- -
:j w,. home. .LARd11t '
.g a .--Mr.-and; M *.,U'R.: Galney spent Bj'"L": ::- :

1 the, ". eekendwith\ **relatlvea In nur RtLCt
I M' ,t 'Jacksonville.; .- : .
Mr. and Mra. ,L. A. Dutch 'of ", w L'u r 1ToOT R GGN'T bE '' {.t-v ME SoM Y ITWIUM I 'THtHKARf : "

a I f ,Hampton,,Mr, and'were Mrs visiting P. A.her Crosby parents v \c' You 0"1.",'. wMY OON You TL R! o. VOICE V/IUIU TM8WOUC ( fl LT: ""' !.... IT'n j I iit

li; ay ,, :.here. SundaY aftemOOD. KuEwr 1 Kip MYVOICE PROM -,.
',; + Mr. and Mu..Seab Dukes, Min ti SWEiTHEART: : Mr. rI, h

up ; :-Eliza, ,Dukes Eld. Bob Dukes of 'l! P PI i. DOOR .e
'Duke Station were guest of Mr. \

"" ,,""r and Mrs.",H. -P.f/,Gainey; here Sunday -
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,iyr, s .. j ", ,Wt eyThomaa ''and children, J' 3h
'0WandFdna( ''were visiting his jD1J _
der I \ 4! son-in-law and daughter Mr. and '

), .'Mrs. Ralph, Hazen, Sunday after- ,
J noon. -
w t 1'' E.' 8.Galney of Plant City spent t
,I': t:' '" Buqday her with him mother, Mrs. J 5.
% MUlle Galney.
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services at New Hope
';I.S !tog churches: i LI1tt1Ir
t'r.t ,Saturday,.and'Sunday were R. P. ;
,r ;Lewis; Mr.,and Mra. HL P. Galney', ""Ii'r '

JL". >r.Haasa.,;' sMr.,.:tad. Mrs; $.,M.l. Y +., .4' r., Iv t I n, + .
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STUDENTS RENEW December Honor Roll Hart, Teacher: -Billy Boulware, DIAMOND BALL MOVEMENT!' I Heard FOOTBALL TEAM
EDITORIALS Edward Brock, Donald DuBois, -
THEIR CLASSES Garland Godwin, :BCaoa: Hayes Oth- Coach Larson is launching a ENJOYS BANQUET '

First Grade, Miss Olive Ray, ma Haynes Jacqueline\ Andrews, movement to organize a good diamond All B. H. S. students came backto
voted to the Best Interest; of WITH NEW VIGOR Teacher-Roberta Whitfield, Ange- Dorothy Green, Ferol Jones, Shirley ball team this year, by1 ask school Monday after spending avery FRIDAY EVENING

t BRADFORD HIGH SCIIOOL line Thomas 'Helen Malphura, Morgan, Thelma Ricks. ing all students-boys and! girls- enjoyable two weeks vacation. -
AU Report A Good Time During Mack Futch Bryan Hturrell, Norman Fourth Grade, Mina Annie Mae who are interested In this sport Misses :Miriam Jacobs, Miry '
dente, Patrons and Alumnae. Mr. Inmait: Honor<< Members ,Of
Carroll, Thomas ;Williams, Mary Brownlee, Hazel Adkiixa,
Holidays; Glad To'See Teachers Pearce, Teacher-Geraldlne Silcox, and who wants to do something
And Classmate Again Harold Tomlinson. \ Ewith Mae Taylor, Selma Thorn for his school to "come out" and Alice Fernandez and Evelyn Local Squad Edwards! ,, +

EDITORIAL STAFF First Grade, Miss Madge Middle ton, Lois Thornton, Carra Belle report for practice recesses and at Stump spent the holidays with Elected' ;, Captain

Back after the holidays, B. H. S. ton, Teacher--Paul Andrews, Howard Bennett. lunch. If this movement Is lent their parents. -
Itty JIoceod-.EcUtor-ln-Chlef.. students are in a Jovial mood. Conner, Gene Noegel, Edward Fifth Grade, Miss Annie Mae the sincere co-operation of the student Miss Lula Redgrave, S. R. Johns, One of the ,moot delightful affairs
Irothy Sapp..Aeet. Editor-in-Chief i "Happy New Year's" are ringing Ricks, Marvin Leach, Matthew Pearce Teacher-Le Etta Corpen- body, we are sure Coach will Jr., and A. E. \VXl, Jr., motored to of the holiday season was a
IR. John.-...-_..--ManajrlriB Editor hither ,and yon.: "Wh.t did Santado McKinney Garnita Hutto, Eva Ing Billy Grlffls E. L. Griff, Cle- sport a formidable team for any Jacksonville New'Year's Eve. banquet given by Mrs. Inman at

im mter Lonff HarlejrAt______ Kxchanga Manaff. Editor Editor for you?" Is a popular but em- Todd, Addle Tyler. Dorothy Jean one Klnchen, Bernice Stanley, county in this neck of the woods Miss Bunnie Canova'spent .1 {tow the Woman's, Club In honor Of
Frank Strickland and
Inman Frow
trothy Marwlck._.A..t.,K!*. Editor barrassing Inquiry. "Where is so Williams. Louise Sterns Me'vin Wiggins Julia for we have some nifty performersin days In Apopka during the holldaya Cratton Cooper :: of the {
idea Jack.on.,_._.Literary Editor and so; aren't they coming back First Grade, Miss Thelma Silcox Winkler. the school. visiting Miss Vera Claire Robinson first and the football ,
Lulso Snyder A eU Literary Editor this semester?" anxiously asks certain Teacher-Frances Lee ,Johns, Esther Fifth Grade, ''Miss Eunice Per. Martha Brownlee and Loli Ad- semester

inter Schnell__....___--Sporta! Editor boys and girls. The teachers Griff, Lyle Anderson. kips Teacher-Garnetta Hubbard, Arthur klna spent last week-end in Gaines- boys ?
ells BlBSS.A. Sports Editor too, appear fresh and cheerful after First .Grade, Miss Lena Belle Lucile Hardenbrook, Gladys John- Sponholtz Swambon Andrew ville visiting Anne Long and Ma.r.garet The club house, was beautifully
Is Adkln.,_.__._SocI.ty Editor their well-deserved vacation. There Shepard, Teacher-Raymond Nor son, Emmaline Morgan, Frances Taylor, Jack Underhill. Adkins. decorated In the football colors of
Tenth Grade Miss Fernandez, red and black. Poinsettias
aodwln-Jok EditorW. are ,New Year be
>nry man, Lloyd TUlman, E. L. Johns, Overstreet Carolun Keen, Mary Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Long
.Anderson Jr., Atnt. Joke Editor Teacher--A. W. Anderson, Olen were used! to out
exempted on everything this semester carry .
star Alistln___.________Reporter : -to 'sail out in flying'colors.The Thomas Henry, Aubrey Lee Dea- Loralne Stockwell, Harold Bishop, Bedenbaugh, Charlie Morgan, Ivan spent a week in Georgia durln.the these colors effectively
Entertainment ver, Bobby Biggs., Luther Jackson, Edward Barnes, Stanley Noegel, holidays visiting their mother. ;
irtha Brown..______,___-.ltoporterPrimaI' morale in short, of the en- Betty Hayes Helen Hardenbrook, Leonard Smith, Irvin Tillman, Sponholtz White,. William Alvarez Dorothy Coach Larson spent. the holidays After a delicious fOdr course +
'' and ElementaryBack tire student body, faculty and allis Wilma' Hardenbrook, Bert1.. Lee Jack Haile. 'Wooten Grace visiting relatives on the East dinner! was served all of the boys -
: noticlbly elevated. We hope Andrews, Gordon Weest :Marie made speeches John Inman actedas
Jessie Mae
George Byrd Alice Coast.
Sixth Grade
-Miss Rosalind Jacobs -
Thede, Alice Royaler, Johnnie Ree
!this condition prevails until the toastmaster'' and
to work! Let's make it a Jackson Collette Green, Agnes .Teachel"-J'uanlta Barefoot, Cone Vonda Inman Ruth Tambinson :Mrs. Demoreat stayed home and some of' the
last -
ensure even though we do work. day In AprILA Hubbard Beverly Parks Rosetta Margaret Lowry Tommy RItch John Godwin Lea Retta Jef darned socks during the holidays. outstanding speeches of the evening t

ow about it? Raines, Adel Howard. Ida Ruth Ralph Rhodes, Willa Vida Killings- fords, Hugh Walters. Dorothy Sapp spent a few daysin were made by Coach Larson,
TRIBUTE Mr. Griffin of
---o- Alderidge. worth Emmet J>Ferryman Billy Gainesville last week. Superintendent ,
To Mrs;\T. J. Alderman Tenth Grade Mrs. Hoffman, Bradford Schools 'Frank
The library needs news mAgaes Second Grade, Miss Thelma Sllx- Jackson, Tom Mersereau W. S. Milton Brownlee and Paul' County : 'W+
Teacher Elaine Wynn, Lillian lumen and Frow Strickland, the ,f)
for the reading table. Speak I She wrestled nobly with the weariness cox Teacher-Margaret Strlngfel- Rivers. Sternberg. Knight spent the holldaya with After the ?
retiring captain.
g of the library-don't forget the I low, DorIs Goodge, Willie Mae Sixth' Grade, MIss Edna Strick their parents. I speech
es the elected their leaders
fee which Is, as you know, And trials Kersey Betty Ruth Anders Bobbie land, Doris Eleventh Grade Jessie May
rary of our being-smiling on, Teacher- Crews William -
for the Murrel Ed.
e for the second semester.o I While poison mingled with her McRae, Russell GatHn Ray John- Crews, Jean Davis, Vernon Carlisle Brannen Robert Frances Chapman Cadman,, Francis Audrey CARD OF THANKS I wards,waa coming chosen year as, captain and ,,;\..al;
-- -- of L. M Gaines Irene The Woman's Club wishes to
springs life Dyal Goodge,
make this second semester : son.Second Cotton Melver Crosby, Merrill Edwards thank each of the students who Robert Chapman as alternate cap f lif'l
Let's And wearing a calm brow, while on Grade, Mrs. H. C. RItch Jeanelle Hutchlnga R. E. Jones, taro
|e best yet. You see now bow her heart Teacher Joe English, Keeffee: Mary Jane Judd Florence Merse- Leecy Fogg Myrna Frank, ,contributed toys and fruit to the 't
e It Isi to be lempt on those Anguish was resting like .a hand Pitts. Olin White Nina Bishop, reau, Alice Peterson. Keeffee HarreU Francis Heming- ,local Community Christmas) tree About twenty-five guests enjoy'f.' ;
ams-so begin now and be ex- of fire- Ruth Click Marjorie Davis Ruth Seventh Grade Mrs. way, Elizabeth Hollingsworth, for children. "The tree would have ed this delightful affair., "" 'J.i' i:
apt for the next exams at the Until at last the agony of thought Powell, Kathleen Stockwell Lola Teacher. L Alvarez, Robert Blake Jackson Louise Kite, Dorothy -,been impossible hud it not been for _._ -, (1f'
d I of the year. Grew Insupportable, and madness Tyler, Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Alberta Blair Jewett Fogg Theodore I Maruck, Donald McRae, Her- .the splendid co-operation of the Never clean matting or grass 'j'I
came Woodward., Goodge, Vernon SUcox George Sil- but Fackham Martha Powell, students of our school," the com- rugs with,, soap. Use'cold .water! J j

CONOHATUUVnOWS! Darkly upon her, and,the sufferer Low Third Grade Mrs. Grace cox :Mary Harriet plshop, Ralph Snyder Dorothy Sapp Irma Ruble Stockwell Shaw, Louise Callie mittee stated. and ammonia. 1rf,11

; ;: I dledlNordIed Wainwright Teacher -.Joe, Andrews DuBois, Thuley Gaery, Lorraine Strickland Alma Thornton, Anita NOritN OP APPLICATIONTAX FOK'-' ", I It
?e want to congratulate the laaess she unlamented!-and If ANNOUNCING ,
Richard Jackson, Sara Hartman, Doris Btlcox: Doris ./
Wainwright, Edward
High School on having such the ear Wainwright Beginning next week, a new column Notice In h that Pierre
Barefoot, Doris Brown, Eloise Bul. Strickland Geraldine TUlman. M. E. Wynn. A. Bernard holder of Tax,Certificate. )
plendid paper. the "Whtrlwtad." Of the freed spirit heedeth aught lock Gloria Bufford, Etbel Cole- Seventh Grade, Miss Hazel Mid- I will appear on the School No 881. dated 5th day of Aufftiit, VI'
deserve a;great deal of creditd beneath Twelfth Grade-Lester' Austin, News page, entitled "Uncle Abe A. D Ulan,' nan filed mild. certificate. tt
man, Evelyn Clemons, Ida Lulu dleton, Teacher-A Z. Adklns, Jr., ..}'
In my office and mad application
Mildred Dinkins, Vera Calo'lates. "Uncle
applause tar publishing It The of its II Galney, Abe" will give l
brightness new inheritance -
Davis, Mary Dixon Dorothy Let Dorothy Boulware, Lloyd Edwards, for tax deed to lame thereon In aoourdanoe 1
thout assistance from "out.. ld- Johns AWertlna Johnson, Henry Godwin, Carolyn Hutto his personal opinions on the sub- with law. Said certificate- "y"I (f,,)'
.. It be joyful to Patsy Clara Flume, Sidney Griffis, Gloria Louise Jackson, S. R. Johns, Lois jects of the day. Watch for nextweek's embrace the following 'described '
may the'parted one Keen,Lois New am,Barbara Snow, Johns, Betty Lee Kruae Lillian property altuated In.Bradford Count tf
|Weve read so much about the To. feel that earth remembers her Loca Belle Sumner, Clarico Thomas I Long, Beatrice Miner, Sinclair paper, in which he will givean ty, Florida to-wltr The East Half ''t'"
Audra Belle
MoseleY Phillips, N. T. ., '
In love; Peek, Elena Prather, Alta Rahme, introduction of himself. of Houthcmut Quarter or the lIouth1I!: '' I
ferent oelelorlties of Inverness Edna Tyler, Sara Sewell, Katherine wee' \
RItch, Jr.: Doshla Smith, MellleSllcor Joe Shufford .' Quarter of Mention Heverv (7) l
gh School that we would like to -Whittier. Klnlaw I Marjorie Stump, 'Townnhlp Seven (1) Mouth, Range '
: LouannafHarney. Dorothy Swanborn Annie Laura Twenty.two (It) Uaet containing ,
Grizzly bears, including the big I).
Just ;J trw they loch Marybe Third Grade Miss Lucille Edwards (20) Acre, lees. '.' 4c tThe /
This poem expresses the feelingof Eighth Grade Mrs. Perkins, Tucker Dorothy Turner Lois Adklna Alaska brown bears, estimated Twenty more, or I > "
are .
me time "we can Journey down Mmemiment of Maid property \ '
then have the Junior Class us well as the Teacher-Elnora Bennett, Teacher.-L.,O. Jones, Billy Long, George Arwood, Martha at 5,164 in the national forests for under the laid. certificate. IMued: wanj.. l 'I' 'I j'(
ere; they'll some moreBoating entire high school.' Llllie Dell Davis, Doris MM Gaff- Roswell Noegel Billy Powell, Arle Brownlee, Bunnie Canova, Idell 1932 as compared with 3,747 for In the..name. of Unknown. ,-1'Unl. 1,
fluid certificate be
Gaaaipa"We shall
Mrs. Alderman was kind patientand ney, Ghelma Starling,Jlmmle Grlf- Tillman, Carol, White, Emogene Clemons, Gratton Cooper, Carlle 1931. according to law tax deed redeemed \xl ft" :
certainly have enjoyed *xlanging understanding in her work fie, Claud Wiggins, Wardolph Drlskell, Frances Lee Peek. Faulkner Woodfln Halle, Katheryn wllllesue l thereon. on.the 10th.dayof 1. '\;
with you, Hampton with the students and Johns Carolyn Green, ,Doris Griffin Ninth Grade, Mr. Larson Teacher February ..... D.'nIt. 'Iff!
we as members -I Haynes Kitty Hogsed, Norman Approximately 20,000 whales Dated thin 8th day,, of ''lanuaryr
iinn of the Bradford County.Bl&h Betty Hardenbrook Violet -AlKay Carlisle, Eula Mae Johns, Marguerite Prevatt, Lula weighing 280,000 tons,were caughtin A. D. 18.// TUOJ.U'S' 4!-4 kd
LOIS LONG. School will miss her greatly.JUNIOR I Johnson, Ellen Jlersereau. Uyal, Irene Davis Lois Judd, :Mar. Redgrave, Lester Schnell Frow Anarctlc waters during the season Clerk A.07 of Circuit Court: ,* (.1\.1I \

Exchange editor. CLASS. : Fourth Grade Mrs. Herbert jorle McMillan Don Stilley Arlie Strickland, Richard Thede. just closed. JJradtoril. County: Florida, h"+.
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,:'Ladies., One Lot Assortment 400 Pair 185 Women's Hats-Latest ; 6 5 0' LADIES'' '

', ,High Grade Silk Dresses; values Chiffon Hose, UNDERWEAR -= r3
$2.95 only47c some value as high as X20088c Such as Princess Slips Bloomers' Combinations ?,
,to $ .5" Opening Sale all latest ; ; ,

1,!or',onlY' ._-*--_._wf -_- Opening .for : Opening Sale,____-._____ Prices Pajamas-Seeing, Silk .Gowns.-Glven Is Believing: away 'at rldiculou. 't

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t MAKING ,A LONG STORY SHORT-: -You know as well. we do that prices are going up'and that this is no SALE TALK but the, truth and that this may be' 4

J your' last" chance-to buy.. ;,at these- ,low prices,for 'years to come. Attend SALE and save money. ,INSPECTION SOLICITED b bfrTHEWXI1E

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:[. '', Woodmen Circle W. O. W. State' C W A Payroll 4WO-LEOOED SNAKE!;

4r [ l ro;, Holds Joint Installation ::r Reaches Big Figure a The fish prise story tale, but of a the snake week Is nat I
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+' JDp + story, I
'j'" ',5Lo1cJety4t. The Masonic Hall was a scene of ,', Johnny Redgrave,, employee of tle '
I. \,1-J." I beauty Tuesday n'ght"when the I The' Civil Works Administration ,StalUa .Dry Cleaners returned

( )I/J': Starke Woodmen Circle and Woodmen : paid Its -employes In' Florida from a trip to ''the Lawtey
I t. ;\ of the 'World held 'a Installation '$5,308,143.82 between the. date,.Us CCC
.. i :;M Joint .. '" Qamp Tuesday sayingip. hat he i ha! ';
of members for the new "p d'S :" program was Inaugurated' November run,*** '..alld, .killed a-?snake thi I

.i 'Woman's Club\ Holds Methodist W. M. S. Circles year, 1934. 27 4.CWA. andthe, week ending.January :: had >two perfectly formed feel t .

Meeting Met Monday AfternoonThe Floor baskets of poinsettias and similar to those'of a frog near the
Interesting In Tallahassee
narcissi were attractively arrangedIn k end of Its tail., Mr.Redgrave,
f : .The legislative committee with circles of the Woman's Missionary the chapter room, ,with arches ; announced that January payroll not sure' what,, kind of a snake ft

rA ; h, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright- chairman Society of the Methodist formed of palmetto. and the canopies was $1,067,099. There were was, and as they inside of the auto.
n, Interesting: pro"gram Church held their first meeting of 64,573 men'engaged in CWA con.* mobile was filled with'
k dtl presented very of lavender and green crepe laundry hi,
afternoon, January the Monday afternoon and enthusiastic $ structlon projects who received placed: the board
Wednesday year the circle colors. Mrs.' Von- $t on running
it paper to
,,; 10. at the regular meeting oft plans were made for the the presiding officer and the InstaJda : : : .( t tr $97 .91S1 and 10,838 women and bring tp town Unfortunately: the !
men on Civil Works service
work. proj-
f the Woman's Club of Stark coming year's Inman district manager was "Belleve-It-Or-Notv: reptile lost off

t rl Col.. Hollls V. Knight, the speaker Mrs. T. J. Griffin was hostess to latlon ceremonies of the Woodmen ects who received $91,954. the running board,before the auto.

for the afternoon was Introduced -, Circle No.; 1, at her home on North, Circle were in charge of the following The total of 99,411 employed will mobile reached. town.WORKERS .
the Mrs. W. E. which made be reduced to 95000; since' Florida'sman -
U i( by president Cherry Street was : Mrs. Letha Rosenol Jacksonville -
;Middleton. attractive with vases of pink y quota waa cut from 105,000 to LAID OFFH.
more state attendant was the Installing t.1
4 uu VThe Status of :Married Women japonlcas and white narcissus. The officer; Miss Myrtle Ollls S that, number.> Ct Wall, chairman of the

h Florida" was very ably discussed business session was presided over Crump Tampa'state manager and --S---w-r i .1 CWA here this week'Said it Will
Women who attend a home demonstration likely, that; approximately
Mrs. Griffin
r by' Colonel Knight. by the circle leader national assistant attendant acted seven
+ a The regular business session was wh oappointed Mrs.! L. D. Vining as installing attendant; Mrs. Leila school in Minnesota's teen workers would have to be laid

S held In connection with the'' above as treasurer! and Mrs. Thelma Davis Jacksonville state pros!l- snow-laden north country get there off of the rolls here In order to

during which two i new members, Johns'as secretary. Each: circle dent, waa installing chaplain with behind dog teams., comply with the governments demand -

Ati;, Mrs. Hudson.Crews and Miss Hazel had as their program topic, "Stew- Mrs. Edith Tlpplns, Jacksonville. for-a decrease in CWA employment
Mlddleton, were accepted :in the ardship" which Includes/ a per state organist, as Installing organ The people.of the United States in this state. No new

,Club., .. sons'a time Influence intellect, 1st. Tu. Woodmen Circle officersfor spend approximately $50,000,000 a workers will be'added to the roll
t The Club moved'on the motion ot money and worldly goods. The the new year Installed were as day for food. Mr, Wan said,:

the chairman of beautification that worship topic was spiritual medlatlon. follows: -

.the council be to .
city requested Beulah
Mrs.; Hunt,, past guardIan -
yy"' have all signs removed, from city At the close of the afternoon the '
; Mra. ,Vonda.'Inman,- g'1.tardl>>.n: FINEST SHORTENINGCOMPOUND[
+ fv property. ? hostess assisted by her sister Mrs. Maude"Andrews,1 advisor; Mrs.

i A musical program arranged by Mrs. N. T. Ritch served a dainty Mildred L. GriffisJ'; chaplain J,,Mrs.

,., salad course to the following circle Mae Green, attendant:N.Mrs. Mildred -
: members: Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs, ,Powell assistant attendant: .
A short biographical sketch of F. H. Long, Miss Amelia Ray Miss Mrs. Damar Silcox, auditor Miss
hr Ludwig Van Beethoven who is con'eldered Kate Struth Mrs. J. W. White, (
; Bunnle Canova' organUti JMrs; 4-Lb. Ctn. 8-Lb. Ctn.
( ; the greatest representative Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Mrs. O. L. Ruby Hayes outer' sentinel; Mrs, t575 "

ur7.. r ); ...;of'pure instrumental music. His Haynes Mrs. W. H. Struth Mrs. Rosa Goodman, Inner,, sentinel; 19xD

'i. r"t, tip ,works were illustrated by the fol- C.. L. Stockwell and Mrs. Thelma Mrs.. Mamie Denmark junior supervisor < 25c 49c

M lowing vie trola recordings: Johns. Mrs. Louise' Williams, ,..,..;", C..."". Noll...., l.IJag1:. WHERE ECONOMYRULis "

L"I iW":,(;tr( '''Symphony-'Moonlight No.Sonata"0 In .C-Mlnor"Part fl.) '' Circle No. was entertained iby banker, and .Mrs. Lula Hutto; "sec!! THAT 'up .In"Northern Quebec the Indians still fashion their snow

'' Mrs. W. E. Mtddletc-n at her home retary.Col. by hand? The shape and size of snowshees differ In varlout'
? lVPart( I), ,Pastoral Symphony"'i1 Juicy ORANGES Doz. lOc
on West Madison Street. Seasonal D. E. Knight acted as Installing parts of the country to meet varying condition, bunt takes an expert ,
.(second movement-Part 1)) : flowers and foliage added to the to handle a pair- like these shown above. '
"' officer for the Woodmen of Choice GRAPEFRUIT Each 5c
7wtd; iw The bo te se. for the afternoon '
t kx;; "LLa ,Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. JohnVUglow. charm, of the rooms where the the World and the'new officers installed .- Baptist Circles Meet Legion Auxiliary Elects

h.' \ Mrs. ''M., E. Edwards, ;\an e session waa presided over by the the W M. S. of
*,Mrs. 0.''P., Raymond.served'delic Col. D. E. Knight, 'past?bout: :a
'it .'K!h\ "ious" refreshments. circle Jeadur, Mrs. A.'W. Anderson commander; G. H. Bennett council Baptist Church was entertained The Starke Chapter American Large Green Head.CABBAGE, lOc
who appointed Mrs. W. B. Parks' as :Monday afternoon by the leader,
held Its
hA Auxiliary regular
:r commander i O. A' Anders?advisor ''
{ah 4 1 Music Study Club treasurer for the circle and .Mra. lieutenant: Henry- Sllcojf;. banker; Mrs. E. C. Priest.-'at her home on meeting Tuesday night, January 9. Fresh CARROTS, 'Bunch 7/2c
At each Call Street.A
W. G. Halle u treasurer. at the Hall.
k C: H. Clarke; escort' ; F..M. Clarke Legion Large Head LETTUCE .
w 1 MeetsTonight 'y'i'\\' ) of f circle, pledge cards were distrib- watchman L. B SHcoJt, sentry :beautlfijT, ,;Arrangement, of The meeting waar"called', order 72c

; 'S' /The Fortnightly Music Study uted and pledges signed' for ,the Dr. W. E. Middleton, physician; W; Christmas greensJand[ narcissus by' the president /'kris ''Vonda. In Large ''Jumbo"CELERY, Stalk lOc

... l Club will meet Friday evening. 1 E. Torode, auditor, and J.W. Mori were used..to decorate the living man with the 'regulor' order of

it y !! '::January 12, at 7:30: at the home of year.During the social period the hostess gan secretary ? ,pom where" ?the numbers. were business being transacted,. The Large, Yellow BANANAS,. Lb: 6c

/ ;4 (,"; 1 V Apr; and Mrs",TR'LY; Biggs./ Mrs. E. I served a sweet course to the During the social.honti a' bi iffet .eate ..' Auxiliary1' decided to'' reduce" the .

''. j,,X.''.Perrymaa wlU have ''ch. 'ge jot following guests: Mrs J. F. Col- supper was served and the following 'M a. ''Priest led, the devotional yearly dues to 175.: 'It was''also Fresh RHUBARB' ,; Lb.tOe

s"it+ '/t the program whichwill consist oft ley, Mrs H.'B. McLendon, Mrs. E. was which was closed with a. prayer decided to change the1'hour t Fresh SQUASH Lb
'?tthe;,, "Life, >and",,Compositions of S. Matthews, Mrs. '',Titus ,Olson, program given: An interesting reading l "18 He Satisfied meeting from 3:30'to: 7:30: o'clock : 7'/zc

girt dil'aaa; Schubert.:! "'_ 11I_ Mrs.. L;; C. Prescott Mrs. L.,, S. Miss Marjorie Stump gave in a With Me,;,was given by, the every first Tuesday night. CAULIFLOWER :Ljb.' :122c

i ,..t .. Hutto.-Mrs. W. P. Smith; Mrs. A. very clever manner,,two readings, leader, ; The officers installed for, 1934 .

.W';',___, Business Meeting W.. Anderson Mrs. A.,Wood; Mrs. "Sis "Hopkins and Her Beau B11- were as follows; :. .
During the business the
**(;" iI. ': W; B. Parks, Mrs., A. Z. Adkins llous and "The Malden Prayer,?: meeting President :Mrs. Vonda Inman: GOLD MEDAL. .
"'' ;Z'The W., M.;,S, :'of'' the'M* Mrs. A. W. Redgrave I vice-president. Plain Self 6- ..b.
0. Rising U-Lb.
Bag 12-Lb.Bag BagFLOUR.
4. for the balance of
: Church will';meet >Monday 1 aftef/-/- Haile Mra. L. D., Green, and Mrs. gave as a reading. "The Gosslper.'rInteresting r January was an- : Thomas; second vice-president '

::5, i ii',noon at 3:00: o'clock;;at the churcht; Snead of Petersburg Va. talks were given'by ounced as follows:, ', Mrs. Margaret Duncan; 'chaplain '
': :f';,; Business. and devotional> .e'ice.' the state president Mrs. Davis, Second Sunday, Mrs. J. II. Hund., Mrs. Noble Ray White; sergeant- 65c' 1.25
"".1 \, 'f Presbyterian Ladies Meet Mrs. Rosenold, Miss Crump and ley and Mrs.. R.'' A. Thomas; third. at-arms Mrs. Lula Huttosecre; -
; Frank Thorpe Lakeland director Sunday, Mrs, W. J. Epperson and I BEST GRADE DRY SALT .
v 11ii: WHAT YOU SHOULDDEMAND tary and treasurer, Mrs J.: L. .
'The Ladies Auxiliary of the of the drum and Mrs. Q.,A. Anderson; fourth Sunday -
F + t bugle corps, and
e til! Simmons; historian, Mrs. N, D. '
'rii>l Church met at the W. P Miller Mrs E. C.. and Mrs.. P
j.( Presbyterian Lakeland state man- M. Priest Walnwrlght Sr.; poppy chairman, WHITE' MEAT Lb 9c
'.,1ii,:.'!! home. of Mrs/D. C. Kinlaw Tuesday ager and national officer of the Barefoot. Mrs.'Grace Walnwrlght;;' member- ,
with, Mrs/ Kinlaw Plans were made for a .
Wil afternoon Woodmen of the World.::: quilting ship chairman, Mrs. Floyd Green: .
roun s and Mrs.. John."H.. ', Kinlaw,:as boa Beautiful corsages were,presented party to be-'hetd at the home of Gold Star Mother. Mrs. W. B. 'GRAN MOTHJCR'S.Freeh.. Plain, Sliced

.'. 1933 CIGAR VALUE. teaser tO installing' officers of, the rlr..,. E. C Priest\von Friday,.January Sapp; finance chairman, Mrs: Jan BREAK; '' :
'I ." 'Mrs. O. R/Stansbury led the devotional circle by the Starke grove.Mrs. 19, and each member is especIally ale Holzendorf. 7c lOc 12c
'..... urged to attend this
k ;, ,'- with Mra. George H. Low. spend- These ,officers will preside at "

,t' .ii11. '- More'thao,i 41o..JS ry,closing with prayer.. Mrs. H..H. i. Chapman HostessTo he-day,Mrs. William'party. Norris the February meeting.; FANCY 17. S. No. 1 :IRISH ', '
-n choice: Havana xtUeiwplus Young had charge 'of .the.Bible was gladly .
"" ; U. D. C.
",1!:, "' ChapterThe welcomed as a new member of the "
;;,.(.. other choice bav..ported ;' study which was the firet chapter circle at 4 MISSION HALL NOTES :POTATOES ''lOLk 25c
',' tobacco m f of Kings. The Missionarytopic W. T.Weeks Chapter, U..D. A. meeting. Mrs. Orle The meeting' Tuesday eveningwas .
: { C.: Wiggins Invited the circle to
was entertained
tMte and.aroma(Mad' JI 4 for 'the month, 'Chlna, was led Wednesday aft well attended and splendid Interest -
M.Davis. ernoon by Mrs. L. F. at meet .with'' her' at the February BEST FOODS and HELLMANS 8-Oc. 'Jar ''
-( ';dy;" I ,ooJT in higher priced ( by 'Mrs. Young, and Mrs. E. her home at the Chapman meeting. manifested )In the wonderful ] oOz.oJar

; c1g ra..that'" JOHN State Farm. The remainder.of the afternoon exposition of the 'scriptures given
(:'ff,:' 'BUSKIN tUaduA of 4 Delicious refreshments' were Business session wis'\ presidedover was spent In sewing. by Dr. F. L. Brooks of the Avon. MAYONNAISE 12c ,,23;
served to.the ten members present. by the first ''vice-president. dale Baptist Church of Jackson- .
; \ _lu t'"marked
-1/ Mrs.'
Priest assisted her
I' !' i Mrs.. J. M., Brownlee after which by ville.. Dr. Brooks was accompanied '
", Doc a c aughters, Mrs. Herbert and A ft: P PURE CONCORD Pint'Bet ,Quart D i.G'RAPEJUICE' .
)aS S + U ite eiMe. by" PXT..A; Will Meet Mrs. L., G. Powell talked Interestingly Priest' by his daughter, Miss Brooks and -

!1 ;oldttmti"'be5' d. .Wednesday Afternoon on the subject of Maury, Leo Mlu sandwiches'pau1ne Priest with,hot served chocolate.dellcous Miss Smith Mr.s\ Pickens and Mr. : 13c' :
:':- down to' < and Jackson whose birthday anniversaries HammeU members of the Avon- :
i 11 4 The Parent-Teacher Association Members present beslde'the hostess -
( .f't- $c."JOHN R f."I are in this month. dale choir; who 'contrlbuted .to the
.v will meet Wednesday January, ,were: Mra R. A. Thomas, ,
UthcM a A.:marked feature 0i'' lie i musical' part of. the evening. A
; .) iclgwcMng' after+* ;
Mrs. H.
l at 3:00: in the school, auditorium. H, Carton Mrs. J. H.
4. ; ; you; !Wf) :19.3 valae | .' Slv noon Watt the social hour,'at which lundley-; Mrs.':PVfltti'Barefoot Mrs. chorus from Corinth Church'also Famous White Naphtha WHITE HOUSE :BRAND

l t' ;' for, ,your.*.cent. i';". I t time Mrs. A. Z. Adkins accompanied W.Epperspn>?;\tytiVWyuam.' ; Ncr-- I rendered a special number Nextweek P& G
the of the will EVAPORATEDSOAP :
.5" -I Meets subject study
t ? O E. S Mondayi rl Mrs.
't' i. a, Orle lgJ.1na.M1'IJ. Sunshine ,
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I UY' two lovely numbers and the hostess be "The Church an(/the Kingdom. ,
':'vf .tl'' wIJ1eoJoy : 'The Starke Chapter Order ,of : "fu-ved an elaborate i salad Williams;.Mrs, S.. F. Ham- I An invitation extended to'aU interested I
,. : "" rich,Mrs. Lloyd Green Mrs: J. MILK
I '?'. H puf1.1. "; )O! t Eastern Star'will hold its regular '. R.: ,In Bible study.11', ,
: course.
j,""""J \ / Monday evening at''7:30: ,,",,..-?w..Mw.w, ,, I Davis Mrs.:Herbert. E. Priest,. : ......-;;....- .

I 1l.-';?>,I'B,,;-.Bud... I. ''.'j\..-;;' ,members o'clock.at meeting urged the Masonic to< be In'Hall.attend All ode Mrs.Mr.-,.,Effle Mrs.:::Chapman's G..W.Miner, Mrs.guest W.,Included E. To-'' the Circle leader No Mrs.3 wo L.entertained O. Powell.,,;by at !I The SEWING Starke ROOM sewing.MOVES room this .L 4 CakeS. 15c 3''Tall Cans :17c

,";,1:1i on.. An ance., Mrs. A. her home Monday, afternoon'at week moved from its location in :
t' t .." .""''i.\ ...'(, ,) Z. 'Adkins Mrs. :M* E. Edwards' ::00'o'clock:; the CWA headquarter building .

fIi: Mrs. E. L. Biggs,, Mrs.. 0. LHaynes The sun parlor,where the xnein-: here to'the''American Leglon'Ha1L; 0.'O'A, -es ltr .'-.

>, .... Mrs L; A,. Davis Mrs< bars were entertained, waa attrac- a ,,. SUNNYFIELD ,n, ::'

John l TZ'IHEATRE' George B. Flynn Miss Madge Mid- tively decorated with baskets and Tobacco, when mixed with salt, Pancake FLOUR .

r;; UUton, Mrs.'E. S.. Matthews, Mrs. vases of sweet peas and roses. is said to be'good' .for sheep, and 114-Lb.-: Pkg.:, 5c.

,:r.,1; ( STAREPI.ORIDAe: P. W.> E.. Mlddleton; Mrs..'. H.:B.' Mciendon. The devotlonal,was led by.Mrs. they like It.SUNDAY. SUNNYFIELDBuckwheat

f!." Rushin : ,'Mrs. Annie Richard, Mrs. Powell, tier which.the., regular .
\ ''.t S.K. Brownlee, Mrs.: .J.M. Brown- businesssession was held. Mrs. FLOUR, 21/4-Lb.: Fkg. ISc'

PROGRAM, lee, Mrs. W. 'O. Halle, Miss;Etta Powell gave'. beautiful and UBI I DINNER''

) BEST AND BIGGEST Tison Mrs. L.: Q. Powell, Mrs.W.L. ressive reading; entitled' "Holy MAPLE FLAVOR .
"1 JANUARY. 12 Mrs. J. E.. ", [ .SUGGESTIONS Rajah'SYRUP '
i p, ry41: 4, CIGAR VALUEOMXXSVUJUaCANDY Wall, Wilson and Mrs. Bread. 12-Oz.Jug, 17c
A ,. :." Ella Bouvler. :$ !. A social hour fallowed 'When the '
: carried out.a very cleverly Bj
4'Sr9 ''.,,. /W'., il..tewtat' .-t44Cr.W.adt.ub,14.,CO.), 'SHADOWS'iof Baptist W. M, S, ** -*, ,planned New.Xear's party.for;the .IT HTD pawing of New Tear's Dal ,:PEAS ,. 3 No. 2 Cans: '29c

J/.u. ';), Meets c:1:Ircle. J( '' unl9ue "Happy NewYetdr" A.. stretch of ,
r Monday : brings uato the long
Oat eMiM' .... SING SING pt j.
91 t
:i- .._.._. .,... N 1ttt: : word" conteatwas.enjoyed, winter which used to result to spring QUAKER MAID '
.' :.it' t:1.EI\K'1l: BEPORT"";- ;c- .;"I Mary: Brian, BruceCabot"-, "- I t ,The bueinestt and pr44ogram raeetng Mrs. S.: .;.,?'Peen Spinning( the prize fever' With plenty of milk of the :PORK

/; rtf',' .Report 1," ,nfrthi. Fla.Clerk ot'Iho f treo'it, I of the Baptist' Woman' Missionary 'which was a beautiful white frosted fresh* Mid wbleh.are eanned to be fruits found and ao abun-vegetable and_ BEANS, 'I6-Oz.Can, .5c,

S r ... JJ.Coure (or Bradford County Florida. 'SATURDAY"JANUARY IB Society will be held at the pound cake with, the :words dantly In the market of 1U4! ,.this. all-:, '

,y ',0 .t, 'sex y0eVT accountant r>19981 tax- .' aaaauad i for' the Fury. of,.the Jungle church Monday afternoon at '.3:00: "Happy New Tear" 'embossed Inpink ment should dliappear. SAUERKRAUT, 2 No. 22 ;Cans. '25c 1
and fine In
: Oranges grapefruit are
i 't' : ,.t-Y.jr.:' C...A.J-Co KNianT.-Ta.ty r_... Colidetor.. Peggy' .Shannon.-.:Donald Cook o'clock....With .Circle":No.";:1 J being'in A delicious chicken" salad course' quality: plentiful and reasonably ,SPINACH Fancy No. 2 Can lOc "
'As .To balnnes due Dee 1, 115tt 18a 1 charge of the priced. Apple& to variety are low auprlTlle .
4 program.for. the aft with coffee was served to the sixteen :- "
; By amount ,:.__. .I.lIl1,1I1 '
9 .SUN. MON.. ;JAN. 14.16. grape cranberry, aeaon *-. '
1 1''''' To: .Balance. due Jan. I,. 1IU".II.; ernoon.: members at this delightful are nearly over. Evap. PEACHES Fancy "'I
: ; 2
,' y' "'n ,4 .'fKFl. .e> rN Forfeiture n, n Lb .' 25c
t, ,' "To balance .. .,., 4,"n[tlr4 "Lady for: a Day" .... .._ .. meeting. ,The markets are well supplied with .,
Id1I'; cotl.ets,1. '" '"''''''. ._,'.'_'11I1..............._ *
fresh ,
'; :? It* amount< : ..-. lea,1I Mrs .W. Q. Stringfellow and vegetables.Including Bruaaela IONA BRAND >,... ,
: '.To; ,.b' C..wgrrt..4a.... (' (Liberty 4-8tor Pleture.May ) Mrs. J..W. Edwards hostesseso sprouts, broccoli,, both new and old
'.i' MA's 4 6rde Robeon Warren, William SE'E"See were cabbage; 'celery: .cauliflower., green' TOMATOES 3 No.'2 Cans'25c' ; '
h, b.yno. dYe Doe. 1.._.... S,10tltp '. ; Circle No. 3 Monday afternoonat bean., .lettuce mushrooms' pea and .
i Gay lubber Gfenda I
i i' Fanelli
p i .;L ;To ibaJano C01l8"t.4.t ___,1,715,1ed ,.. Ned You I Later"3ANUARY: r the Btrlngfellow home on Cherry .spinach\ addition to the regular rootv.g.tablea. SUNNYFIELD::
Sparks<< Prkir
1 :F w.., c;... *til -G......,100. ,; Street where' a profusion of nar- .- '
j ,' ,, .To kalano dU.P.o..I..U..U.OI :"' Issun In baskets and vases added The Quaker Maid suggests the t'1n.tollowlDg' OAT' MEAL .1/ ., '
-Lb.Pkg. 7c
By amount collect ed. ...._ I.8SH.BU .' 23 ,, a
; TUE.: Sunday dinner
:+/1' WED.. JAN. 18 11 ; a* aaaaoBvable
z' "iTO balanve due Dee ,\,,__1 ,OS.OJ a 'note of..welcome.Mrs. wholesome and '

i, fir.'fie .';", :i TGba1Cne.+' duo Vvmmtr Eo.rella 1.-_. ....00 'Eight Girl in a Boat'Abo ; AT TNT* E.: W.Hayes presided during Coat DinnerIl1ioodee dellolous.JLow REALLY REDCntCLE: : :' :d O'CLOCK '.BOKAR, t'FRIESH
> J' .. .d-II_. the ,devotional and, business : '""
**" amount coH ;t -,i! 19.00 ,WOMAN'S 'CLUB '' "11B1d-Mellow" Perfect BUM"! "Coffee '
55 ;4d'4d'i !i.i.,1fo.\ a'1 Q balanc ;'1ue.Jan.HI '.'".00 "POPEYE1 ',J'' ; meeting and :;many- eathusiasti Port Chops '' .. Boiled Bice ? Supreme
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7 1, \'w ce: .'To bal no. du. Dec. l..14.4 ..Slamount SPONSORRU aT THUS plane were made by the members Creamed. Spinach or Cabbagetread COFFEE Br.l9c' ft. ':21c ft.
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';: JlY collect.dJ.-iw. I..r.tlil This Week Bargain D.ytilt:;: for, the'new Miss and: Batter :,25c;. .
< American year's ,.work., .' ,
tir \ t,. .. .balance due Jan*. 1-____.1L441,75 THURSDAY. .JANUARY 18 Legion! Auxiliary layavCake: 1|,, Cocoa, ) ,
61 I r.:;:',t Tet.1...-......, ...... Ethel Moare was appointed as publicity t coSt .: 'f''
rnv4 r 'To balance: due D.... 1,..;._._ I 0455.5. Save Your Gueet Ticketed '-Of STAJIKB. chairman for ',::' Jiy.' amount .. '.) 9." 'I. j '
loup ,
"oll."t.i r r.1. Vegatehs '
'i,A most enjoyable social hour was ) : "
..*.1'o.., balance. .' ;_-1I'1.... ..,. T.al cub." Mashed Potatoes PRUNES '
;ii I A rl.elhrel enjoyed when the hostesses served -
,\ balance 2,1ft OtwnBeansBread ,- ... targeNpCAMPBELL'S ct
v., 'To duo t) c..Ix.t1" .._..:; -- .
delicious .
11 By'Amount collacttd.94bv_..: ,141,4. a salad course. .with ,hot and Butter r* ,
I "+,-rO\l/aJ"II.; / duaJan.Tn''baiane. 1T- Y....... ..3. '' FUNERAL tea. -- Coffee_ FloaUpg Jl.nd- tSDtR1'rl' *
; DIRECTORS ti. ; ; -
"'''' w..... P..I_ $ W. DELICIOUS TOMATO1 's, Iu r.r;, i 1#, if!
'''',,1 do. Dao.. t.By ...... meeting \eI7.apeaBI t ;11. >; .
.. Maa.y..,. beeiThdes'ths'hostesses eror \ '" eon'! '
.. _.. > your Kxperieneo: Make* It Pesalbt* let'U to B.i;.; / \ .
yi amount oll'ct d ; 101.11! ; were:, Mrs. 8tua.a Celery\ *. -. 4//, ..,4J14hr. :.f "; '1'
1 ,N 5 y -rf 1 tot 1nTp balanev d .OIK.d ItrM.e Jan l.n.t.t.rMe_ ,, .;; BnTICIXNT', PROnrPT awl COUHTKOUSr' : SERVICE: B:.'W. Ha.yes,'Mn.". .-Mr.Brownlee Itoast Dee' ?,,.-, ", YorMbtr*? Funding' ,soup ,_ 'CiiIif' $." ,. 'I 11 VI 1; f-25, I

r r ';ffr v art .. J'u.d y '& MODERATE PRICES ',_ ,5y, :- Mrs. W. ''L:: 'Wa1!,' X,.*.' Charley r JIrowaedj. CaullOuwwPlowed .. "" "- '.. -,'_.' '. ....,.'.. '.-..,".(..,"... ,.... ,.. .
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<; balana due. D.c: 1. t .54 Mrs. -r ftaotwe r .1" ,
ANT Powell Ray' Newsom; 'Mrs. "

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Mr. and :Mrs.. Lester Henkle of Miss Lena. Belle Shepard, a member BIRTHSMr. i MOST ACTIVE SEASON

Vlnton. la., were recent guests of, of?the B. H. S. faculty haa and Mrs. A. A. Sumner, MIAMI-Florida, winter, play., TSEZ:. L
Mr. and Mrs. ** M..Wltch.ll. Mrs.: been 111 for the past week Buffering Starke, boy, January 2. ground of 'wealth and society, Is I a'L ,,

Bits of Henkle! la Mr. llltcnell's! nlace.MK. I from a' severe attack of tonallltla ,, Mr. and, .Mrs. M E. Feagle; enjoying the most active .aeaoon J 1M.' fS'',:r;';. ..;.
at the home of her brother-in-law Starke, girl,,January. this year since the days of,:.. 294 fq ,!'dient.il'!, 1 jobnowbecauaa
I UU' <|t -I and Mrs" K and-alaterp-Mri and -Mrs Carl:,A, reveat & The )tii\t'B( whatt I've
: : :. TS; Tappetf'ofJacksonvil : Mr. and Mra. .L .P, Rafuse, Law. United Press survey .
<;1L"1 !<,havejecently: moved Knlih' .' '. sf:; '.''" tew girl, January 8. resort centers of the atate, betK ii-: I .... 'tte>lDr'att''Wtre'II-lnIt..l t' Just
t th'j N back to Starke 'and'are located at :k Ing with Its tropical climate In conk) occurred to me

?s their home on Jefferson Street. I Mrs. Annie'F/ajiee, who spent BOY SCOUTS KE-OKOANIZE trast to the wintry blasts of the! that we might ;
the past several,'months.}Via New 'reorganization meeting of the North, report that tourist traffic all be better off ,, "'

'Concerning; Our People Business and Mr. and Mrs, L. D.. Green and, ; York City with her daughter, Mrs.' Boy Scout troop was held here last has Increased fifty per cent over:; If,we topped at
at the court house. A tbe, beginning of
Friday night ,
family have been recent visitors to Taylor'BelcherVieturned here Sun. that >.of the past winter seasons.

'Progress. of the County. 'aid,Town. I Mayo where they visited Mra. day evening and: Is'a' guest of her number of boys qualified with Virtually every resort reports the' the, .year and

Green'a mother, Mra. L..A. Deed broth.r-ln-law'>and slater, Mr. and Charles Imbach as scoutmaster. beat season since 1929. and others,' checked up on "
Mrs N. D. WalnwrtghkMiss Another' meeting; will be held tonight the beat "in years." ourselves. :
(Friday) at the.court houseat
Pate Gassett, spent, the flrat.of: o'clock.i' ,
7:30 should I
Mrs. J3eul h' Harrell of Brooker Miss Elms Thomas of Green the week In Ozark, Ala., being call Marth, &>/Powel\\ returned : The army of Mexico has less be Why
jiraa a visitor here Saturday. Cove Springs was a visitor here ed there on account'of the serious home Sunday from 'a week's visit in Singapore- crossroads of the than 40,000 privates and Its gen-i. to look the only and'one
,- Saturday afternoon. Illness .of his mother,, Mrs.: F. .M. Jacksonville ;wl h Miss Virginia world' la to have an airport pat- orals number 367. now shirts tea v

J. n. Vidal Gainesville! was a Gassett I' Maeger, She ,was accompanied ;to terned after the world's bestMelted I hav many, and howmanyshorta
ilneaa visitor here Monday Miss Martha Brownie spent the Stark by Miss Maeger and her To remove berry or fruit stains *
and how aUk
week-end in GainesvUlef the'guest Mr., and 'Mrs.. Thomas N. Llm- parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry Mae ,candle wax and turpentine pour boiling water from a height stockings, many '
of Miss Anne Long.Coach ger, who spent the day at the homeof ,, in equal part; makes a fine through the stain and wash In'cold Why don't you do the:'
Mre M. F. Wiggins of New River baugh, Jr., of Lakeland spent Sunday ; B. floor same thing T Take a few mlnutea
Mr. and Mrs George. Flynn., polish. .1 water.
vaa visiting friends here Friday: in Starke with Mr. Umbaugh'auncle off,,throw out the things that aree
and Mrs C. W. Larson of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.. patched., and frazzled and then lee i
T. C. Hazen of Brooker was at. Keystone Heights were visiting Brownlee.. Mrs M. E.. Edwards spent sev- --------- what you have left. You might

|ending to business here Saturday. friends here Saturday. eral days In Jacksonville this' week r- \M---------- MINUTE find 'you are almost a fit subject '
Mrs., J. L c
'- Rev, and Mrs Mi C. SUth and with her daughter, II for a nudist colony

W. C. Miller of Plant City was a Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelly and sons of Jacksonville were ''guests Brlggs.. While In the city Mrs. Ed- L SCIENTIFACTS -:- BY ARNOLD J -
wards attended a tea.. given In hon*
[justness 'Visitor to Starke Monday. Miss Lorle Kelly of New River were during the week-end of, Mrs. Here ''
or of Mrs. :Mary: Todd who, had are a few items that might
visitors here Saturday. SUth's parents, Mr..and Mrs. H. L.
Mrs.. W. C. Wooten of Lawteyas Brownlee.Mr. reached the eighty-fifth anniver- >UTH AMERICA BY [LAND/ help you In restockingtIIEDROOM i
a visitor here Tuesday after- sary of her, birth:..
Mrs. Charley E. Johns spent SLIPPERS

oon. day In Alachua. visiting Mr, Johns'. and' Mrs. R. ,3. Johna, and Miss Mbna i.'AtdSrraan returned toTallahassee ,/\ MAN HAS RIPOfN. BY MOftSCBACX
mother, Mrs.' A. <,!.If Pettit. son, George,'of Lake BuUer.'were FROM BUENOS AIRES TO WASHINGtoN, 19c to$U9
Brook 'theJtstot the weekto
and H:P. Galney'of !
A were In Starke Sunday visitingMrs. TAKING NEARLY! TOO DAYS.
visitors here resume her work in the:musicdepartment '
r were' Newn Alvarez of Lake City spent Johns' parents,. Mr. and. Mrs. 011' MILES Of TUB MMY LACMO BAIlr. Full Fashioned
ati' the .Florida State Hosiery
uesday.,, the week-end In Starke'with'hisfather W., H. Green. ROADS OK HIGHWAYS.MtTICUM .
for Women. Miss Alder- I
f i
Chief A. L. Alvarez. ""I" 69c to $1.00
C. Howell Naaworthy was attending matt was accompanied by little
to business In Jacksonville 'Mrs.''W. A. Stern, who has been Frances Alderman, who will stay
Mrs. A.. Sneads of Crewe, Va., 111 here .at her home for several soma time with her aunt, Mrs.] HOUSE DRESSES ;
esday. I
II I Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs..A, W. months, ha' been removed to St. George C. White. <
Redgrave for several days. 98c
| ',Mr, and Mrs. Louis H.. HOI of Vincent's Hospital' Jacksonville. ..- .' ,
wtey were visitors here Friday for treatment. Mrs. .O. L., Beosley returned '
Levy Payne of Sklpperrllle. Ala., MEN'S SCARFS
ternoon.. home :Sunday from a two weeks ,
Is here
on a several days' visit with
Sam Preaac. 'and mother Mrs. visit in Cattleaburg., where she
his sister, Mrs. Pate Gasseti.'Mre. 75c and $1.00
Mrs: D. C. Klnlaw and Mrs. O. L. I. Pressner, of Salisbury; Md., were went to attend the funeral of her :- I

easley were visitors ,to Waldo E. Ei Canova and Miss guests Tuesday cf Mr and Mrs. brother-in-law, Dr. J., W; Klncald.:

ednesday.. Mary Canova were visitors to Nat Sternberg at their home on Mrs. Beasley ;accompanied Mrs. DRESS. MATERIAL

Gainesville Sunday afternoon.,, Walnut ,Street.. Kincaid to Tampa last week t and .. Feat Color Prints
Mrs. Frankle Hudson.of Galneallle I : spent a week with.her parents;,,Mr, "
spent the week-end in Starke Miss 'Lo4' Adklna spent the Mra. H. A..,Durden and little and Jl4rs.'A. C. Durden, before returning 15c '
th friends. : daughter, Betty'Jo, returned Sunday home. QIR
i week-end in Gainesville-with her! BUUJT$"
to tbelr: ome,In Madison after Made To Measure Suits
cousin ;Misses Carrie andEdna Hutto Margaret ,i .vlslt. ,,Here"with her parents,. Mr 1 THE- ,.,SMALL'T.9.nOTE As IN A BOOM AT OS- Fnr
nt the-'week-end in Jacksonville ''Mr and Mrs.'JI'tiltch..I 'DNAlY TSHPMATMMM OOHST xn.Y MAMMil. $22. .O,
; and Mrs J.
F rith friends Morgan Darby ''Small"town'n'otiVs i '0 t.th e "b ow t ue WITH aLpesT SWUBV-tlHI 555505,500 .
have returned'home 1.\\ to
from a abort: YARD Pin ssoa ie
visit,In Fort Myers with relatives. Paul Knight, Wilson Hayea andJ. and pitcher" type, says a Northern .q. tv.dUST I ARlUVEDtNew'Oxfords a
Miss, Pearl Jordan of 'Tallahasee .' Milton Brownlee, .Jr.,' resumed exchange,' have been objects of For Women

spent the weekend In Starketh Mr. E. McRae their studies at the University of criticism ridicule';Itod sneers on the : ,
spending of their guests from time immemorial 1f1'gll Are Made ,
friend and children -of the state Farm Florida after the .holi' part They By
:days here with,their parents.. :' But probably most of PETERS-NUFF "
were visitors here Sunday after' t I
Lucy Ann'' Dew of Jacksonville them are'furnishing''the best accommodations '

nt the week-end la Starke wltb noon. Mr. and Mrs.. John A. McDowellof ,,they,can under the X-RAYBO. y T'IPAYS:;; TO BUY AT

vera Hundley., Lake Butler were In Starke durIng ,I circumstances. '" '
Mrs. J.i H. Lawrence and Mrs: ItiRLY5YT5MIIM0tIRM- /
Frank Merrill,of Keystone Heights the week-end visiting Mr. Mc I I Travelers who are accustomed to cad WIW" JWUW CIWf\ TOMB $.TRNBERG'S r
| ::Col..ToeHUl, Williams of Lake were visitors here Friday after Dowell's brother-in-law and sister; ,modern conveniences and comforts oo fUMita.OW Douses ;

utier,''was a business. ,visitor. to noon. ; I Mr. and .Mrs.. Orvllle. ';/. Griffis., I I Iin larger :hotel'probably expect TMttlt lit..'

tarke Saturday.. I !;too much when :they strike, Village StarkeFlorida
Mr. and\!rs. Thomas Turner and hostelry:. -- -' -- -.
Friends 'of Miss Lula Redgrave ,- --- '- --- -- -
Mr.. a"d Mrs.' L. -ABrow- of two sons have returned to.their '' : ft_. __ _... ,
will be interested to learn that she I As a reining-,;. Uiia frt nne -- >
were' visitor here Wed- ;home in Bronaon after''',,spending
Brooker r
Is at her home town.betel-keeper
convalescing rapidly country placed
|esday afternoon., two weeks here, with,Mr. Turner's I !
,? from an.operation performed, last signs in his rooms) which read as "
'parents, Mr'and Mrs. J. O. Turner.
;' Ulint week.Arthur'( .- follows;. ., ..
MisLu h n 1 returned u Tip Top GM9cery
unday from Lake City.where she Mrs. E. R. 'Marshburn and ,:"Tbla ailt', the jyvaldorf-Aatorla! I 3 ,
Manassa of Dunneljon -If.,It was It ..wouldn't be here'
is the jfueat. of :her. aunt Mra.bbleU daughter. Mona 'Claire,, who have
the first'. 4 fhe Week here
Stevens spent > ; spent the, pa.stteq days here at You ain't J. P, Morgan--If you war i
with his mother Mrs. Celia I..Manaess. -
wouldn't' be here--We know
the home of Mr. G.W. Al- you <
derman, have returned to their this Hotel Is on the bum-Well, STARKE
home In Marlaana how about yourself T""+"Fort Meade ....._ FLORIDA
:ENTA WORD% Mr. and Mrs. J.. F. Shaw and lit Leader. .
Ue .daughter ,of the State farm :
were visitors here Wednesday aft Mr,'and Mrs. W J.Epperson, Jr., NOTI(1F1 Friday and Saturday January 12th'aDd.. 13th 1934
COLUMN'ANTEDGreat who have been residing the State NOTICF! TH' HKKBBT CtJVKft TO ,
ernoon. Farm for several months where WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: That '
the County CommlHBloncri of Brad
/ bargain In small and Mr,, Epperson was employed, have ford County Florida at their. next "*0
Mrs. A.' H Green grand.
.farm for Immediate caah. Also i recently moved to Starke andare regular. mvetlncr said meeting. to beheld FULL CREAM .Best
: daughter; Miss Fenneila Snyder, upon the. 6th day l of February SUGAR I Creanjery:
. paying business.: ,HT., Phlnney have gone to. Miami for a visit with located at the.Bradford ,House. A. :1>. 1934 will receive. bid. for fur'nl..hlnJl'
' the n..c..ry material con-
& tka, Fla. '12-22'3tl-5| relatives. of cement, ,muid, gravel. lima,
Mrs. A. M. Darby returned Sun.KlHtlniv, lumber, ."br.to. vhlnvleii. lOLbs.Vhole.__ ,45c CHEESE :?BUTTER s
ITANTEI>-Baby, alligators, thisi'year'.fbatcb. day from a visit in' DeLand with plumbing: fixture., '! repair -
J.,,M. SUth'and T. Tomllnson of i .
I Advise quantity of the Bradford County'CourtHouxe '
her. son-In-Jaw and : .
DeLand Friday and ter.Mr and conetrnctton of addition 'Pound _. 15c .
were guests '
ou can supply Immediately. E.,A. and Mrs. George Marks and In thereto airs'' and conitructlon -- -- --

rUn Seed Co., Jacksonville" ,' Fla. Brownlee.Saturday of :Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Gainesville with her son-in-law and blue print are covered now on Tile by the with plan the Cleric and \ ;! I Grain _? Cd'it ntry'' > .Roll. .,,W'or. '

tf daughter.;Mr. and Mrs. D.C.Jobea of the Circuit Court; the above material MACARONI '''f' "' ,'
*with the mmintnt''of each there., / .Lb. .I-: ,iiitek ,
EED' 'PEANUTS-Bright'' flewcrop. :Mrs: ;JJfc.; ) .. Conway,of'Jacksonville of IK let out tp.r! 1' and maybetneperttmt'nVtheVlirot RICE I 1.r
W. anderson: ,, route from or
en .
any proN-. I +r
H. Fairfield Fla. has been, several
spending :
: GatrelU. pectin bidder.ntvJtThe' /'- ".. \< '
to Penaacola .
Tampa was
| 124tp2-a| | days here with her sister Mra. E. County Cixmml. loner. o( SPAGHETTI.D d 21c t
guest of bla brother and alater-ln- Bradford County, Florida hereby re. 5 Lbs. 21c roun '
M.:Thomas.Mlsa ______ .
3R, 'ALB -'Cabbage plants, law, Mr:'' and Mrs; J.J*. Fields, at all server bids the-rlatit'to and the ueeeanfal refu e bidder any and or 7-Oze Package....__-5e i

Wakefield, Succession and Flat .' Clara Louisa Peek returned the Starke Tourist.Home"on Mad? i ilion blddera.' will be required to acocut
utch 15o 10O 1 1,000. Street Mr. Sanderson'' had time warrant In -payment for theabove.
per $ per Sunday from .Jacksonvillewhereshe ,
bnlon sets. later. 'A. J. Grlffls. spent..vera!. days .with,Mrs.J. considerable property holdings) In Dated January 11134. 2 POUNDS "''oI. t. I a POUNDS
which he. sold COUNTY: COMMIBSIONBnSOf :
Itarke; Florida. ll-24tf. Pennsylvania recently -

R SALIi:: -'Young, 7-year-old. .Isrof.R.. .:Boring.and, Mrsl'. &. S.'TKrwUng-. x and ''planning,- and'locate.with?',Florida his familyare which Attested, 0.Bradford. W. HINSON.County_ Chairman., .Florida.. Pure Ground COFFEE 25c I White Ril RDrt23C{ J

mule; gentle and in good condl- fwill; probably be in ,or near Starke. A. J. THOMAS.- $Pounty_ Clerk
of'CJasprfr: lUStJlG
daughter,' Nettle, were | -
on;>works any where; $150 cash. "

e orence i me at, Varnadoe Brooker,poatoffice Brooker,, ,Mrs Fla.. visiting the weekend.friends; In 0 Starke-during Best White BACON;; Iii Sc | PORK & BEANS, 4 f for'17c :

k-TSUMA, .Orange trees, rosebushes Mr. ,and Mrs<< : E. C. ,Priest and
0 A
and other nursery stock Misses Thehna and Pauline Priest NPHARMACY A.

om Glen Saint Mary Nursery I spent Sunday In New Pore. Richey 6 Lbs bs :24 L1a

ee i Aubrey Frlnk.509 Madison St. with relatives., Self Rising n

|tarke, Fla. 112IUI22R. | | FLOUR

:Miss! Mamie Edwards returned Snowdrift 25c 45c 85c '
SALE-Forty bushels Porto to her home In Petersburg, Va '. Ai

Rico potatoes delivered bushel In',10Bushel D. after visit here'with.>Mr. and Mrs. .. ....., .,...... .,.",, .
lots BOc
per A. W. Redgrave: r '
,'Starke Ito ; I "
fg3. 'I"
Mr... :A.rmie..Rlcbard spent Monday .
3R RUNT sale or exchange, six- *' Hand Packed Northfield lOc Size ;
Jacksonville:: her son- FREE 'OICHARGE ,
room house; modern convene '
,Jefferson' and in-law and daughter,Mr. and. Mrs.. .
sees; ;;;;corner St. .. TOMATOES: MILK CHIPSO3No

femple..Ave. Address "C," care K.Bruce Norman 50e Ipana Tooth Paste....._.._....:............--:.._._...__39c

dford Telegraph. 'ItpESS Mra. 'W.. ,'A.:Scott la'"enjoying a $1.00 OVALTINB -_....-_--:;.. .,.r--J:!;-79c .' 2 Cans25c 3 Tall Cans ____17c 2'Packages _....,13c

USm OPPORTUNITIES-A short visit 'in DeLand with her 25c PEROXIDE ___.:;.____Y.;; .,.:..___.....,-4 _........I Oe --

life' insurance company 1* ex- brother-in-law and slater,'Mr and 50c Eldo Antacid row er'.:.:-:..:::_: .,._.::-'i.;a_..3ge O.K.: SOAP SALT MATCHES{ '

and has recently Ineaaed Mrs Walter Glatzau.. $1.50 ;AGAROL _........,;;'",... --..:.. ,...'1'r: -9 : I

la" Its commissions and reuntll.'we ".00 Beef, Iron and ,Wlne.;.,;..._ : ..... '-'"'::-_. __1'7ge'I 5 For...__ ?_?.--_lOc 3 Packages ...... lOc 2, Packages ._. .15c ?

wale' ; believe;we have Mrs W. ,B. Mundy and Miss .1.00 ''Wampole's Cod: LiverlOil I_________.. _...___71c' .

e" hlgbeat'comsmiseton'. "form 'oftl'acc Dorothy, Sapp"spent Friday hiOalnesvillir I $1.20 Swamp Root ___.;;..;...;.... ,r.-.. +,_..98c

of .any"''company' doings visiting .their' cJU8ln.Mrs.Thelma ( 100 Bile Salt Tabl. ta-i-; :; ....______.........__ Mled Ri*N :ji11II1RUITaIIJ, VEGETABLESTall
es. ,, the northern heml- Steele. *
I 50c< bere.that .la, tor good business.company -
writes known Mrs..'Anna' Ahrarea, Miss Doro I $1.50 'Fountain Syringes;.-..................:__+....:_'.!:!:.;..:.....7ge. Tall Can14c r LETTUCE ge.BUNANASPound
every I
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riD';0f: life insurance ,mcladlnfm :thyAlvarea and Raymond Alvarez '$1.00 Seventeen Face Powder __........;:......_... .;:!..:..._8ge -arge -+H-, -..- y

. ,., ;juveniles! ,substandardand of iJacksonville ,spent Sunday In 50cHlnda< still writes disability Starke with relatives. 50c, Rubbing AJ ohol.--:: ':' .:"__ ._ ;_ ,_2ge'' .

., doubt indemnity./''What an c ,1 75e Mineral Oil c:;...c,;.I;_ _.._ :v.. [ .... YELLOW. ONIONSi]I Pound. __,.._,>....:4c
fD1'bmIty, They aIIIO have de- | Mrs.'Eitflo' :Miner of' Lawtey'waaIn CalBlMa,__ i_.. ; ... 6ge !

territory open for District Starke,Saturday visiting her"brotharuilaw 60e< n and General Agents for and sister,,Me and_ .
''whocan: qualify' ..withituseafinancta Mra._,.)'. W.'Andrewe' Jr, $1.00' Lu k.11ger Hair 'Tonic; ..AoM', : .Ii.U..I7ge.: : ""'' Large TANGERINES .Q.ozen.tOe

assistance, vest. t ,:;; 'j' ._... I, 50c Palmollre.Shampoo;...--.T;.:.. ;;,.:;..l..t:., .,25t "IvjLI' ,,, ,

i.contract. 'whi-A absolutely guar: 'Mrs P.O. Carpenter of Newton, 60e:. Fleet's Phoapho-Soda L j L.,, ....:,..._..- -.4ge | Medium Size APPLES, Dozen ..j5c'' It wd

a,maaV".future with this X. Cot I*!spending several weeks' In9tprke 60e "Eldo ,C tiT-rA. """, ," ; .T,

L' horn*,.office help fraeJ4ilrse ,, ,with :ber mother:,..Mrs. r $1.20"Caldwen'9 snip Pep ....?..,.,....,...:....+..,.""/I'v._,l .... .:..98c.+ d w a0 TOMATO JUICE, dab _.. .5c
1',,! ,<.ad help over: .th* Mr P(>wen, and_other.relaUyea. ,..;r NMM .r + rt if

Po, 1+iq,:)oa w,.nt the betit'doHHto .J ',WE RESERVE,!>CIIE"R1GHT.TO'tIMITdUANTITIES'FRIDA GRAPE JUICE,.PtsM3c 'Qta. 25c
the 1 e.t'ptUcI.; : : seU,...the : .'',:3'r A. Scott pent '
I,bppo1'ttJDlt7\.act';:\ ''absolutely the : ia Ormond With their' !' ; Yi 'sATuaDAYl.-c ASHONLYe".tondir ......-....:::.*w...26c. ,'. ill:

"est.rutur v,write I'"PusWlticerrr non-ta-Jaw,and daughter,'MrtaodIIIra -" .',..v; >. ,' ;j .. Iww.... .,,,. 14" ..,.-"ft'" ," ... ," _, _.- .. .. ,- ,
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Outyield Sweet TypesIn thirty miles an hour has been crowd milling about wagons angry of
placed on Pinellas County school traveling carnival was dispersed

jd r By SPUDS-:JOHNSON Roasting Ear Test buses, it was announced at a safe when firemen played out lines of

N ty meeting! here.NAMED hose after four men had been
,, o, v GAINESVILLE Florida Jured in
green a fight that started
'b, Y, 4-H TRAINING OF BOYS corn growers are likely to get FOR KOOSEVT.T a cry of "cheat" was raised when by
AND GIRLS WOMEN about three times more marketablecorn STUARTThe State 'Road Department player of a chance game.
WORTH TO MEN It thty plant the dent type of has named the new span -'

111 The acid tt';; F any kind of roastenlng ear coma Instead of the across the St., Lucie River at TEACHER TURNS POLITICIAN

..4h 'training for children is the use they true sweet corn types, testa at the Stuart the Franklin. Roosevelt TAMPA-John Page Jones of

w r can make of It when they have Florida Experiment Sattlou have Bridge.' The structure will be dedicated Clermont and Tampa, has resigned

reached maturity and are "on their shown. January 9. 'as an instructor at the University

a i'' own." The training given 4-H Club Twelve l leading varieties of sweet of Tampa here and announced his

!"" boys and girls appears to be meet corn and twelve varieties of dent PLAN LABORATORY candidacy for the United States

s + 5 :+ ing this test in most satisfactory corn were used in the tests. The TALLAHASSEE-State official) Senate in the June Democratic prl.

a style throughout Florida, Indeed station is making much progress inbreeding announced last week completion of: mary for the office now held by
m r ''Louise Rawle of Palm Beach Coun- types of sweet corn negotiations for the purchase of: Senator Park Trammell of Florida

'. throughout the nation. adapted to the,, state which will x"a land on which it Is planned to builda ,

l .. A former 4-H Club girl, Mrs. give much greater yields, but at new state chemistry laboratoryat THIEF HAS NERVE

+ ty, has Just been declared winner' present commercial growers will ZOS an estimated cost of 30000. TALLAHASSEE Tallahasseecan
w ;"of' second prize In, the state budget have to depend on the dent types boast of one bold, bad automo

tf canning, : contest for 1933. She tells except for home use and local markets BUSES TO BE EXAMINED bile thief. He stole a school bus,

Il ,a most interesting story of helping explains Fred H. Hull, aaao- STUART-In line with the state- drove it Into a thicket near the

} ::(xf her family in 1933 by canning. She clate agronomist, who conductedthe wide safety campaign, drivers of city limits, removed five tires from

lit used the canned products on her I tests. .. ......- all Martin County school buses the machine, and then took Con.
'r r f';.': .own table and bartered the surplus The principal roasting ear varieties .... ::Irtoo -u .1 must have their vehicles passed on stable Bill Watson's automobile to(

canned goods for other materials are Snowflake, White Dent, WATGe*** by expert mechanics, before they haul away' the loot-all in broad

r '111; needed by the family. and Trucker Favorite. Trucker %' begin operating again, when the daylight. Both machines were,

71w r j All available pamphlets on canning Favorite was about ten days earlier /N T/-IG HGAfJr TJ.lOF'rzoe county schools reopen January 8. stolen from the main street of the

k4'' !k; were obtained from the homer than the other two, but It yielded / AI "PCDWNJlLbSALT ---" business section.
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'ti demonstration agent, and a budget only about half as much as Snow- TROUBLE TRAINS -
: 1 4 r '1 ,,: of canned stuff needed by the fam.Wily flake. It, however, was the best 4 J\ HAS' OVE.e, AVONDALE-Sam Gaines' dog THE LAST CONTRACT

;f was worked out. The vegetables early corn. Snowflake and White ., 4000 can take it. Three times the hound TALLAHASSEE-Contracts to-

p : :: were available In plenteous Dent were about the same In earll- has been pushed off the track by a be awarded during'' January, and

; ', ,t, quantities, but cans were necessary ness and average weight of the I wr, SPGAGSAf '1'' j. TEETH train, has lost several Inches of early ''February will exhaust the

gttt! .and had to be purchased. Mrs. ears, but Snowflake gave about tail and hide. He is getting punch federal allotment of $5,231,000 to

I' .Rawle furnished vegetables\ and fifty per' cent larger yields and Ae OCA.lRO.eI.oA :+ \ 7 drunk however. Gaines says every Florida for road construction in the

q + dim did the canning tor a neighbor on I Ilj showed slightly less worm damage.Mr. time the dog hears a train he begins recovery program it has been announced

d '1'.a' 50-50 basis, the neighbor furnishing HuU calls special attentionto y running in a circle. by Chairman C. B. Tread-

.' !,, the cans. In this way she obtained Oklahoma SUvermlne which he ..'."..'. ..' 1t..L w_ .'.........JIo.,. .........._.. L "T. ". .....V"jI.TL", 1. ,- way of tha highway''' department.

off, ,:1' 400 cans for herself and 400 has tested only one year, but It is NEARING COMPLETION Approximately 'and a half

'p''. Y ?i.tor' the neighbor. She purchased a variety worth,a' trial he says. SALT SPRINGS near Ocala c represent '*' 'The PERIWINKLE found on both DAYTONA, BEACH-The new million In contracts already''have

wi,, .:" 1,200 cans and filled all of them It yielded slightly lees than Snow- another example of Florida's many" coasts of Florida is only about an inch in poatoffice building under construction been awarded, he said. '

.. thus having about three times as flake, was about two days earlier, wonders ef nature. Although many miles''" length yet it has about 4,200 teeth. Like here at a cost -$152,625 will
'k many cans as her budget said she had slightly heavier ears, and suffered be ready for occupancy by April, INCREASE IN MARRIAGES
: from ocean gulf the water is of a, most : "
very'high round-mouthed it is
1 snails a vegetarian If the rate of TAVARES
needed.J about a third lese worm dam present progress continues I -Thirty-nine marriage -
\ sodium content an indication of very and feeds on sea weeds ''with itsJong'raduJa ,, according to Lucius C. Allen licenses were ,issued by the
u, -,4 J She exchanged canned vegetables age.Two salty water. It is interesting to know United office
foe fresh fruits, having the varieties,' Dubose and Ml- or tongue. This tongue has States Construction engineer of County Judge E. M. Tally

f' : fruit delivered twice weekly for Idle, grown In their home .county, that not only many salt water fish are 600 rows of sharp curved, tricusped teeth, in charge. here during December, almost tour-

'. r' : ,St\:1ffive, months and allowing the children Union County, Florida, aa a field found in the spring' but also numerous seven in each row, a very efficient weaponfor times the number issued in November -

r ytit; w:,' urn i: free access to the fruit hamper corn, showed good roasting ear rabs. The water from this spring is said .scraping: off the algae growing. on INJURED CHILD' DIES the> and twice the number issued
.- type.. They give about ten per centlarger "U contain great medicinal rocks the shore. PENSACOLA' Three-year-old same month in 1932. This sudden -
L ,' .In a number of other ways near -U_ Marlon Kenneth Increase is
Rigby, blown from attributed bv those
'. yields than Snowflake were
j' '\9Ahli6 bartered the canned products .
in the
his father's arms during tornadoes office to the CWA
rYe about two days later maturing, and I
; for materials needed by the family. '
Bradford '''Woman BAN GEORGIA TAGS which struck Pensacola, died from another index of its success since
'' -XI :,In addition, her pantry, which was a' little more resistant to worm '
h ', Injuries he received., Two twisters many, of the
Hints To Housewives TAMPA The Hlllsborough men-applying for incenses -
ii, a source of pride to her and of damage.
i" Wins MentionIn which first as1 stated
appeared 'water they "
County school board has issued an working-
;. .. wonder to all who'visited It, furnished For a winter crop In the lower spouts In the Gulf caused for the governmentBEFORE
edict that "If have a approximately .
't a. variety of canned foods part of the state Mr. Hull suggests t" Weekly from Hwme Demonstration Canning WorkA license 'jag on you automobile Georgia $35,000 property damageand -
your. ,
a for the family table. The canned Tuxpan, a. Texas variety. How Tallahassee, injured six the ,SHJPREME
Specialists, send your children to a Georgia persons, Rigbiy COURT
food also enabled Mrs., Rawle and ever, he says it la practically Bradford County woman, Mrs. school.". The board announced It child alone fatally TALLAHASSEE-Dan Hardle's
-. 4.4 her girls to take a vacation at the worthless north of the Kverglad'js. '
1 ,i .EGGS AT ANY MEAL J. C. Jones, won honorable mentionin would begin an immediate checkon tight to regain the sheriffs oftlce-
,v } ;,;, home demonstration camp. -- favorite1' food "of the state canning,.budget' contest the automobile licenses of school BERRY FESTIVAL In Dade County ,has been brought
,4 "The cans in pantry Florida 4-H The' egg Is a, according, to an announcement to; the
my represent ,Boys often I patrons and that children 'whose BOWLING GREEN-This .year supreme court in a. quo war-
{ 19;I, unceasing'' labor, but what a most housewives, but we overlook by Miss Isabelle Thursby, parents buy their tags in Georgiawill for the first time the Hardee County ranto,proceeding calling upon his

Wj' 'Joy It Is to be able to step to he May Enter Record ,the great variety'wholesome of waysIn food economist, In food conservation be excluded,, from the Tampa strawberry festival, to be held successor; D. C. Coleman, to prove

shelves and plan a menu 'fit for a which this rich, other with' the State Home Demonstration and Hillaborough County schools i here January 17 to 20, Inclusive, ,his right to the office. January IS

? : i king," says Mrs. Rawle, who learned Keeping Contest can be served. Probably be no utilizedIn Department.Farm unless) tuition Is paid. Will offer many free acts. The festival :was set as the return date.,, An information -

: 'I4 t\\!!; the value of canning and meal single article of food can dlshel.Whether' women o[' Florida during this year is the fifth annual containing ISM page -

s % ;' ;planning in 4-H Club work GAINESVILLE -'Florida 4-H a. greater number of bacon 1933 not only did more canning and 'liD. C. 3RIDPORT'OF event held here and the management escribed by court officials as one
ham and
1;, k a:!'i.. Other instances of 4-H- Club Club boys and girls have a. chance in alone omelets, with souffles, or cro- preserving of home products than TUB flANK THR OF-STAHKN COYfITIOaf: OP I has arranged with a show organization of the longest ever filed-was laid
"U'} <' training, as given under the direction this year' to enter a national farm or ever before but they greatly increased At .'S .rke. In the Mat at Florida' to furnish free acts each before the court by Hardie's coun
4V ,,2, ; 'I of county and home demon. record keeping contest In which quettes, eggs may appear In the the amount of canning according -' 1933 tI, the Clone oC Dual ness- Dec 80, afternoon and evening. eeL r
main dish, of meal. Many quick
; ) ,. titration agents, proving its value county, state, sectional and national breads cakes, salad dressings, to a plan or budget. ,RESOURCES' .__ .
'+ti \. a ,to former clubsters who have prizes are offered, accordingto Mrs. S. W Allen of Greensboroand Loan andOverdraft DI."ount.UU.090.tt u
sauces, desserts, and beverages not *.._.___._ '-...... 90.94
'I& ,, i,reached maturity are not difficult an announcement R. W. Black- look attractive Mrs. A. F. Bowen of Quincy, Bounty: : and Municipal ,
:.1 I to find. lock, state boys' club agent, has only taste better and more both ,In Gadsden County.'tied for lIonda: _____......____ 89,500.00
when made with a liberal with
f received from the National Boys'and first prize In the contest. :$rs. Securities.State Treasurer deposited for
of but they are also ,
portion eggs I
'i1' Girls' Club Committee. Louise A. Rawle of South Bay 1 Stockholder Reserve
; a the higher in food value. In what ever Fund ___..-_*__.-._______ 8,000.00
i NER.VEPRtO : prizes will be donated by way they are served eggs' are a Palm Beach County, was second;: Banking House. Furniture .
14di the International Harvester Com- good source of efficient protein and Mrs. Lula Walker, ,Bonlfay, Holmes and Fixture. .._,., 7.500.00 MElLOWEDA
pany. A 910 company trade certificate vital minerals and vitamins needed County, third; apd Mrs. W.' R. Claim and Estate Other Owned.Resources J4.181.20_ ,

34 will be Pfell, Reddlck ..Marlon County __.... __
J Ji given,the member for building the body and keepingIt ? -_ ??-.i 2,441.68 HUNDREDMILLION
; Cash on Hand and Due
who keeps the best record in each Honorable 'mention was .
health.. from.Hank.-. .__..__ 8,318.l'S2.032.8T -
i county where five or more com- given to Mrs. J.:' C.Jones, Bradford Credit FederalReserve !
l.9 C pete. These county winners will Baked In Tomato Cups County; Mrs.., Gladys :,Thompson, Bank for Trust'Account,
out the center of large, Credit, Atlantio NationalB"nk .
t compete for'the state prize of a Scoop Dade County; Miss Leona Keene, for Trust Account 1,680.09 "
j Y :,1r! 750: pound McCormick. Deering firm ripe tomatoes.. Sprinkle'thetomato Oscebla County, and to Alachua. Cash In Bank for Trust
1 cups lightly on the inside Account >_ i_ -______w 8,<9a.01 :
4I and Walton Counties.. and YEARS
cream separator or a $100 trade They U S. Treasury Bond. for .
certificate The Florida winner with salt and dot wlth butter. many, others have exceptionally Trust\ .Account----,.___. 10,010.50

will then compete with the other Break an egg into each tomato, good records, according 0 to Miss Total -,,.__,..____:----,,-_.UOIIC8alItC.pl
I : :1 state winners In the other Southern sprinkle with salt, pepper, and fine Thursby.
Sto'kI1. fk a I II
P14.k States and dry bread crumbs,, and dot. with Gadaden.' Palm' ''Beach'and a Inj :4 16.000.00
the of the
keeper Burplu Fund :: .. ._.., S.V34.14 I
best record In the South will be butter.' Bake In a moderate oven Holmes finished In' one-two-three I Profit. Since. Placed; -Under -' I

J given a double unit milker or'' a until the tomato' skins are slightly order for having the highest, num I Stockholder Conservator. _.._,_, 1111.3.(

9225 trade certificate..' The four wrinkled. ber'' of women canning'according Liability Reserve Statutory Fund. S,000.00 .

neposlts. ...._........
sectional winners will then compete Egg Omelets to ,a budget, and were awarded -- J80. 88.70
Rill Payable __ _.._. '
for an International half-ton Omelets fluffy and omelets flat glass Jars as prlees.r These'and Trust Deposits-.'?,_-_..-_.. 43.816.87
truck or their choice of a JOOO are made of the same Ingredients: cash awards, for' ,the individual Total

'; ; ,j IIP TO your -m te .1t- trade certificate. One egg for each persons, one tablespoonful winners were given,by. the.Hazei- BTATH w OF------------ta09U8.t&FLORIDA.

; 7 every nerve fciirh tension. These prizes are'''''unusually liberal milk for each egg,:and Atlas Glass Company COUNTY OF BRADFORD: ''L -
l Ke wonder yon' anti *t the wife Mr Blacklock said. "Florida salt to taste.. Beat the egg yolks The purposes of the contest, as the I, above-named C. 4 Btockwell Bank Conservator do solemnly of While monsters muddied

v {1..buk.. the ehddMn. boys are sure at the county and and whites separately for a fluffy outlined by Mlss1'1'hursby. were to .w.ar that the above statement I.
q ITateh mitt OwnrwtodMerrouM omelet; beat them together for a aid In providing v* 'balanced and true toithe| best of knowledge and
state and is '
prizes, there no reason belief, and that It I. In toofficial
r S i.r9.a may; lead to Shs.yNps.a why they should not win some of flat omelets" Unusual variationscan healthful ly.' {JUi the homethroughout.'the'3ear notice'to report-; >y' the .,,
Jth I 1. BesdMbN! nb be had by adding chopped fried (' to prevent Comptroller of the State of Florida. -s .
w and Wdlstortwaeesk the other prizes. There has never C."Lv STOCKWELL,
has* THE
crude oil which Sinclair
valuable fruits Bradford-Alieganjr
waste of refines
.... npleasantn been a time In the history of our ham or bacon, grated cheese; or'a vegetables -' Cun.ervatort *
cooked vegetable such as peas, ; to increase the.family income CORRECT-ATTEST into Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil
i' Why you try Dr. MOs* country when farm record keepingwas Subscribed' and sworn to before was already ages
1 _..-eaa*iNarvtM Tablets more needed than'the farm mushrooms, green pepper, and celery by .lowering; cac expenditures n, this,8th day of January-. 1934. old when monsters like these came Into in .
r ; JOB* on* fat a half Klasa .ff adjustment period in which we are which has been delicately friedIn for food; to encourage Inter D. E. KNIOHT being Pennsylvania.
3 water makes a pleasant, sparfe. now going," he added. butter. This may be added to est In canning for variety quality Notary Pub{Ie.. Much of Nature's priceless mellowing and filter...

''t' ig drink deUgntfolly 1 1i y W* The the mixture before it Is cooked or and quantity;.,,and to emphasizethe log period had already passed even then-r for Bt dror .
j records
be the
i, J, .,. owr-taxed nerraa. may kept on It may be spread over half of the importance of making a budget; crude ,
J ( 'Dr. Mflaa Nerrm to BOW home farm or on a neighbor's farm. for Allegany was formed In the still-earlier Devonian X
cooked omelet before It is folded canning based on nutritional
} ins i to two forma TlqiAi" They must run from March I, 1934 and turned onto the platter, needs'of the .'- Age that wonderful,age In 'earth's'history when oil- '
1/Jhnrre9.t TabUC BoU tfw to February 28, 1035- must
J t eM i .....) aoothfaia effect.UM .. be In the club member's They own handwriting Eggs Benedict similar contest Is'being conducted forming conditions! were most perfect! Before making'it -. .:',

) { at year 4InIa i Muss but the help of parents, Toast slices of bread or split and noun In. 1934' ,;;Miss, Thursby an' i into Sinclair: Pennsylvania Motor'Oil, Sinclair de-waxes: "'
s f ; club leaders and others Is encouraged toast English muffins.' Place on -, Bradford-Allegany crude and frees it from non lubricat*' 'i''i
.. each piece a,thin ales' of cooked *
They will be Judged according Never '

{' pt l ;) t'tt to completeness" accuracy, ham or crisp bacon, and on top of hardwood apply floors polish without or first wax thor to ing petroleum ;jelly at as 1 low as 60 F. below;zero. Ask,!, '! a'It.'

( neatness, and a SCO-word story this a poached egg. Cover with hot oughly cleaning the wood. to have your oil, changed to Sinclair !Pennsylvania, '

NERVINE. about the value of farm records Hollandaise sauce and serve at ,made 100% from the costliest Pennsylvania grade crude.;
a and how once. NOTICES OIT APPLICATION 1FOR B.efair wtkyourself
I \ t\ It" they can be used. o "TAX ORKn ; '
Florida club members who would 5Egga Notice Is) herebylT.n, that I:; O.
like to enter' this record-keeping' !: one of our most valuable Powell bolder of Tax Certificate No. /
190. and day of Atta-nat-. :
STOP ATVIOLA"S contest should get In touch with foods can be served every day In has filed .. & certificate .In my" of '
their county agent immediately; or the year, and at any meat They rice. and mad application for'tax .
write Mr. Blacklock Gainesville. I can be served In so and deed to- Issue thereon In accordance '9lgprya.elty h T-gr* :
? ways with' law.'' Sold certificate- embrace gelled. i* MMeesefiiC pt.irwd..
'I Applications should be in by March I combinations that there Is no need the following- described property.lti f...... They k.*. weed their ****. OiennsytvalZ/a
1. and of crated In Bradford County. Florida ..... .hew fslroilh. di ..,
r. they must be In by April 1, anyone ever. becoming tired of to-wltr H acre 'In NH Cor. ol perky bjr '>
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1934. them. NWH of NWft Seo They he piulilnai*.
't 6 *
Good Sandwiches .I ,Tp. VB. qaavaly, -....... '.... ... prf *.
; : ... S UThe assessment 'of said property: ''.....-.. -i.uw.ueu ........... feed MOTOR
Eggs are one of the first foods i Canadians average eating an eggevery under the said certificate Issued was ,..............,their latu s OIL< '. "
ICE COLD BEER added to baby's mlllc diet by doctors day, while In the United In. the name of I* C. Powell. ,- .,..'elMlu.., Pewisf/.a ....* 4t
because Unless laid certificate shell be re ,.,.- Be' fslr.irftb jt wr..lb kMp. f..eHAROLD """'. er.Jr'' 14' ...> kC
{ l r' Ask For',Our''' Prt-. 011 C... they are one of the States I the average Is 240 eggs'a deemed according to law,-,tax deed I......... .....- ".
easiest foods digested and. they are year.I Our friends. to the north will Issue thereon on the list day of <<
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A... .Ag.n '
) Sinclair
January, A. Id '
rich In iron for building red blood. realise D. .Ii"'ngCompo"y: (nc.J) j .
Sinclair Service Station the energy and tissue build Dated this 10th day;of December* C. WALL ,, .
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San Augustine Texas, used a If water spots silk- Steam and :

f [ FOR OTHERS 1J 1JTae tent which covered three acres un- sponge the entire -surface m. ,'

r..ri"t1 I Do You Know? + I der tobacco which crop.to grow an experimental .. ;1

( n.w pvlumii npwrarlnir In .
the Ti>l..nr; .|rik t.... week w.. \mplrml James W. Woodall of August: .,
, Byword ii a lamp unto my feet and a light ante my pitk-Pula 1 119:105.I : .- or sal"cknvwlrdorment Invcir porm. witharretcfol to. Ga. ,says he is the first white child' AM F FT1te

I A. M. B.) to be born within what are now

1 It U"'b1itif1fl'fllti All religious teaching, doctrine orcreed the city limits of Miami Florida.DON'T .
I 6 If they are to have any claim Starke Is a gTeat'little town'and ,
pon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be In hai'monywlth nowhere could you find bigger Standard Oil '
ihe teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice hearts 'lf
always of
f the human bean and of whom It laid i In thinking' some ,
; was John 1.6.'NEVER MAN f! '
r PAD LIKE THIS ,MAN." thing to do for Others.I a Yy a Tire Guaranteed !, ;

wonder If you'll recognize a i dJr .
I L.. i pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this deI sketch of them as they go on their One YearFrigidaire '
ant for new of church activities
organization and annoanoa 'I''I'i:1
r uentav Space freely given and no chare mode-the only requirement unselfish way? : : ,

g that; such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning/ A busy little woman (who has ANNNNNet :,,1 ,
1 therwlsa they cannot; be handled for current; llleue.l known a greater sorrow than the '
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-_"__ one you are nursing to your heart ; \
-refusing to be comforted aftera Ies ;
TARKE CHURCH DIRECTORY God, and Him only shalt thou ), 1 +
First Baptist Church serve.. 1 day's work goes in her I
sweet smiling way wherever she
Rev J. J. Johnson pastor. Then the. devil leaveth Him, and, knows is afflicted r
one by illness GAMBLE! the three
Sunday School-10.00: A. M. behold angels came and ministered year guar-
sorrow or plain loneliness with
HEMO-FREE the ointment
Morning Worship-11:00: A. M. pews
B. Y. P, IT.-6:30: P. M. unto Him. her arms full of exquisite flowers 3 Y get _ul.... It tooihci. It holt. It anted electric refrigerator "
It is said the "Wilderness" was a which have been perfected by the atxotbe. It hu brought comforting
Evening Worship-7:30 P M. :
: wild desolate tract of land in east- magic of her hands. relief to thoutaniU. Ii will do the Mme for you I '

A cordial Invitation extended ton ern Judea just west of the river She cannot make a lengthy visit, 1. Never before hu HEMO-FREE been told a
there services.
for kN than$1.00 lube. So take advantage
Jordan. Tradition says 1 i the "Wilderness" but she leaves per
-' her nowerndthey e +. tojr of the new low price: For sale
included Mount Quaran- and, the kindly lives bySmith's f
Methodist thought lw
near Jericho. The words, for days-for Others.. ISOc I
Rev. B. M.
C.O.D. Orden eat
Montgomery Pastor, "Led up of the spirit-to be tempted ( )
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Another sketch today Is of a l
of the !devil" are said to Indicate A iti>faciion comet with each tube! ?
Morning: worship at 11:00: a.m. i that God gave satan the privilege woman:, who seldom lets a week r hC ....-...........gunnntee.......................................... Service ,.
Young People's Meeting-6:30: of tempting or testing, Jesus and pass without sending to some sick HEMO LABORATORIES ;
.M. child, or unfortunate one a lovely 452(1( Wen Pico Blvd, Lot Annie,C.1U.EnclotcJ .
that satan could assume a person- u 50e for full double
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. basket of fruit,or dainty prepared use xrength Station
ality. It is said that "To deny the t tube of HEMO4'REL If not relieved I get

personality of satan is to deny the food.Her .'. .4t: : ._,_____________ my !SOc back.
Presbyterian Church scriptures." The devil began his family is blest by her con : : : Name
Rev. George H. towry minister. tempting words with "If thou be tlhuous service, but her heart is too r Add...- Starke, Fla.

Services Sunday, December 3: the Son of God." The devil always big for just her own, 'she needs ClIy. 9a'- _, ... _,_, _,_,_n_._ "j
10:00 A. M.-Sunday School. begins his arguments with an "IF" must think of Others.In d ', :

11:00: ATM.: -Morning Worship; or some other assumption of doubtas our town lives a couple who E15 -i 'ii'
|sermon by the pastor.. to God or His Son Jesus.It has gone its honest way from hum HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN
6:30 P M.
: -Christian Endeavor. ble
would have been entirely beginnings to a successful bust-
7:30: P. M.-Evening worship: proper for Christ to satisfy His nesa. To their door comes an as-

|song and sermon.A hunger had food been available sortment of people-aome affluent, f>A..Mfnr*, CoudiM Nalvut .,R..y' AND MEN WINThe

services cordial extended invitation to to aU our but to perform a miracle to satiety some flat broke craving Just:anyplace THAT It I I. very Important for a lumberman to out a tree 'G that It

[ all. it would have amounted to a renunciation for a night's rest.,..In one Inatance fall In the direction that will simplify Ita removal to the skids Favor of Other Men
ISUNDAYSCHOOLLESSON of a real human life all the wanderer had to offerin .r chutes" By placing the head of the axe In the undercut and using

among men. He recognized the return for a night's lodging wasa It fli he would a tee square, the lumberman can toll exactly In what Unless two pints of bile juice expeot them to cut rid of this poleon
devil's suggestion to make bread of: little glen crack carved of wood. direction the tree will fall. The tree In the photograph for ln Uno. flow daily from your liver into that. deitroy your personal charm. 'Ihejr P'isn't '
His host will fall In the dlrlotlon which parallels' the handle of the axe., do It, fur they only move out the
the stones as means. ,of tempta- with words of praise for your bowels, your food decays in tall end of :your bowel and that doem't
his skill took him In-gave him a '. your bowels. This poisons your take away. : enough of the decayed cuUnn.
FOR JANUARY'' 14 tion.Such clean bed and allowed him to retain aversion whole body. Movements get hard CuBinetta ..OD''t help at all.
1934 a'course would to their' hands
have beenan 'Using One of Mrs Ray Austin Gilham'stwin and constipated. You Only a free flow of your bile r Juice will'
Subject: Birth and Infancy'of abandonment of a life af sacrifice his self respect by accepting as for carrying anything is so strong .daughters was born at I Cor- tongue yellow skin, pimples gee yellow. dull top mild thl I decay. : poison 1 In your.bowel The
one vegetable medicine which i ia
rlst. for us. In the second tempts: payment the little' carving.: among the natlv*women of Paramaribo ralitos. Calif., and the other at : breath, bad taste gas fro* flaw of your bile Juice I is Carter'Mart:* l
Golden Text:. '"Wherefore in all tion satan said, "If thou be the Son In that house a man is not measured Dutch',qutna, that they Santa Cruz twenty miles distant dizziness( headache. You have be- Little: Liver Pill. No calomel (merenry. )

{things it behooved Hint to be made of God cast thyself down," Intimat- by what he has, but what he-j even put letters on: their ,heads, five hours later. come an ugly-looking foul-smell In. Cartor'. If you Only:would fine,brim mild back vegetablextracta. your J
like unto His brethren." Hebrews ing that by such a spectacular mir- might have been If misfortune had weighing them down by a brick ing sour-thinking person., You pemonul charm to win men, atart taking ,
2:17a.: acle Christ could win the supportof not come to him., Never once, if e> Charles Morrell of Chicago have lost your personal charm. Cnrtnr dliectlon. Little today wants to from
Lesson Text: Matthew.H:13: .to the people.. Miracles might space remained has there been The "Spanish Main" was located pleaded he was suffering from Everybody run you. BefiiM. ".umethlntr" Just aa rood", for It.may 1.
But don't tak salts, mineral irrtpe, bean teeth flcnldrentiim.
off the north coatt of South America or
: prove Christ's supernatural power cause for?the complaint, "There aphasia when be committed big- waters oils laxative pills laxative Auk for Carter'. Little ;4tyte
4:11.Place but his rule over the souls of men was no room In the Inn," or "I wasa e amy, but he got a year in prison.. cnnrlfcft! orchowlnor .Liver Pllle. by name and get
: Jordan River about eighteen v\\m\ and ".t en..r foo, rII>i"id. C M Co. ?
must be established by spiritual hungered and ye fed me not.1And
miles northeast of Jerusalem; '
teachings and precepts.. thus they live for Others., .
[Time,.A'D. 27. J
In the third temptation the devil -By Another.;'.
For nearly thirty years Jesus showed Jesus the kingdoms of the '
[ lived at Nazareth' In tie province world and said, "All these will I CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'f'I' #00 i

I of. Galilee. give thee if thou wilt' fall down bur audiences were good and
John the Baptist had been and worship me," but Jesus refused very, attentive last Lord's Day.
| preaching about six months. When and bade satan begone. If you However there is room for enlarge '

I Jesus heard of it He went (prob- : wish to be rid of satan do not ar-' ment. And since enlargement t lethe ,,.\' ,.'
[ably by divine ,direction) to see gue with him.BOB law of life, and it Is the large <

I John and to be baptized. The first that: challenges, our motto'Is .' iI1i]
[part of the lesson then begins: "Growth Still Upward." Dwarfs

"Then cometh Jesus from Galilee and pigmies do not challenge us,

to Jordan unto John, to be baptized JONES but invoke our pity while giants 2
of him. But John forbade Him awe and challenge. r

saying I have need.to be baptizedof Nations build no boats to cross _
thee and contest thou to me? \ duck ponds or ,lakes. It is "Old
And:Jesus answering said unto OMMENTSON Oceans Mighty Main" that'chal- sa

him, suffer It to be so now: for ( ,J lenges the ,nations to ,build ocean
thus it becometh us to' fulfil all HERE liners.
righteousness. Then he suffered AMO
HEREAFTER."That Men form, no organizations to a e .
Him. And Jesus when lIe was .
baptized went straightway out explore a potato 'patch, or climb
foothills. ? there Is 1 'ii' 'Mk
Why Because rj
of the water; and, lo, the heavens '
hasn't no challenge in these. It is the unexplored _
were opened unto Him, and He saw man an enemy on
the spirit of God descending like a earth." That Is what a friend said desert. and the, Rockies llfrJiA'h

dove and lighting upon Him arid about another man recently. "Thenhe with their heaven-towering peaks

lo a voice from heaven,. saying, is no good,'" I replied. You can't that contain the. challenge.

This is my beloved Bon In whom I have Convictions and stand for Little programs and human
am well pleased. them and not have enemies. "Howdo creeds nevlsed by human Ingenuity

John knew that Jesus was perfect they' like the'pastor of that create but little,, Interest In these
and did not need baptism as church?" I asked a gentleman re- lays that try men's souls. Therefore & [

any part of repentance. John cenU "They are crazy about him. it takes a big program In the ,
therefore objected to the baptism I: mean every one in the church Is Industrial, political and especially,
but performed the ceremony when for him,". was the gentleman's> the religious realm to excite attention a

Jesus said, "Suffer it to be so-to ply. I did not answer but I thought : and challenge the best there
fulfill all righteousness. "The "I should hate to be In that preach III In man., It takes: a program that

Spirit, of God descending like a er's place at the judgment seat of arouses man's sleeping energies,
;dove and lighting,upon Him" wasj I Christ. I know that church., No and lashes the sea ,of his best P t)('

'probably visible to all.those pres- man 'could satisfy everybody "In thought and stirs his deepest love
,ent; and the voice from heaven, that church and at the same time and emotions ,with a lure for the a '

.. saying, "This is my beloved Son" pleaae,the_Lord. Jesus. Christ prize the lofty, the real, and the r4J f,
was doubtless the voice of God.. If .5' oble.

the record of the scriptures Is true You can't judge. qlen by what Such was the trend of the Rev. '

I .then Jesus must have teen the Son their own! generation thinks of Bailey's sermon who filled our pul- /as t S
I of God because God then declared them.. You have to judge them by pit last Sunday night. A splendid

I ,Him to be: Of course those personsI what the wrold thinks of them audience. greeted him, and all

I who deny inspiration and truth years and sometimes centuries aft- seemed to be deeply impressed with
I of the Scriptures may believe dif- er they are dead." Jesus wound up his earnest sermon on, "I Am the

I ferently,but no professed Christian Ills earthly life by dying the most Way" It was eloquent ,with ear-
I can reasonably doubt the. Sonship Ignominious death that ,any man estness.
I ;of Jesus could die; The people of His day "The Right Adjustment of Life"

[ If God spoke those words, it chose a crook named Barrabas Instead will be the sermon theme next I/
I must be'".hat Jesus of'.Ijaiareth of Him. What does the Sunday at 11:00 a.m. "What"Went

.was and Is .the Son of God. Then world today'. think of the choice Into Pentecost A. D. 30?" at 7:30:

our lesson text continues-(Immediately they .made? Each generation p.ut. Bible School at 10:00: a.nv ,
,,after His baptism); ,men ependa a" large part of it slime in All are invited to attend. these .
I was Jesus led up of the spirit into crucifying Ita.own benefactors and services.W. '1 p. IL

I the wilderness 'to be tempted of In honoring benefactor who were E. DAUOHERTY. Minister,
'''the devil, And when He had fasted crucified by past generations., 0 MORE
i 'forty',days'.and forty; nights. He e .PID<<:IAL AA.Tncn'.ALII.. DRIVE IN' PLEASE-- 35 '
Notice le
hereby given that under
I ,was afterward an hungered. And My friend God, has a plan for that certain decree of forarloeure 0 NON-SKID LIFE t

1*, when the tempter came to Him. He every life. He baa a plan for you.Don't and klne,nab Judve rendered of the by-Circuit Hon. A. Z Ad- DRIVEOUTPLEASEDI, to
Court of
'1 Mid. ,"'If thou be the'' Son. of God, worry about what men thinkor Bradford County, Florida, In Chancery ..' AT 193S PRICES (IN MOST SIZES) !
t, command! .that these atones. be aay. Do the will of God. Dowhat In thai certain cauae pending .1 .
in maid Court wherein" C. L.. stock-
,'made bread. .
.< He wants you to do. Don't well" Coneervator. far Bank of GOOD. USEDTIRES 1.
But He answered and said, It law get discouraged. Be faithful. Wait atitrke, a Florida Banking Corporation Although the latest Goodyear All-Weathen average ,j.

/.'-written. Man. shall; not live .by for the return to come in.' Just ver. ,et la al complainant are defendant and, the J.' L.Under-Bbrl- 35% more non-skid mileage, moat sizes are priced as low N
bread, alone, but by every word aa certain aa there ls a ;just God aimed Special Ka.ter will cell to the
hla-neet bldd.r for cash In or lower than'tbe 1932 tires! All the sizes
that proceedeth of the mouth on the throne of this universe If the South doer of the County front Court of Heavy Duty are l

'of God. .Then the devil taketh Him you fulfill God's purpose for your House' at Starke. rrrd County, 'w lower-they cost SOc to $2.70 less Come In,we'll showat' :*
;pup into the holy City, "and setteth life will be the aide Folrlda, during; the of
winning !
1 you on sale on Monday. February 6th, A. En. the new flatter also thicker tread
Him I :you and closer-together : .
on a pinnacle of the temple some day. 'You say you don't 1934. the following" described prop-. ,
,And saith unto Him, If thou be the erty, to-wlt" diamond non-skid blocks
know whether there Is.a God or '? '- that make the world's largest-
B. t T, 5 and t. of Block IS t'
v* 'Son of God,cast thyself down; for not. WelL there.L one.' But if all In Ward City which i* now selling tire still
,It U written He shall\ give His angela there were no God you would feel known a. Brooker... Florida), In Section BARGAIN' a greater value today .
(, Township 7 South na..... 10 I ,"'..
charge thee and
concerning: ; so decent to .know that you are Eat also, cnmmenrlnir at Southeast ,
"' In their hands they shall bear thee living/ up to your own honest con- corner of SE'4 of BWVi of said Section -
*.' lest at t, and run Wet lag )'.rd., .
up time thou dash thy
; any victions. Never mind the opinionof i thence run North 80 ".rd. to South PRICES .. !1
foot against a .tQne.. Jesus said the crowd. Remember* too, that boundary of said Ward City, thence ,
:, unto him. It U written again/ Thou years agothe', crowd chose Bar ,East alone Bald boundary. tat yard t I I,
thence South 10 ,.rd. to beginning,
": halt not tempt the Lord thy God. rabas Instead of Jesus. Rememberthat except the We.t TI feet; also, commencing -
:Again .the devil'taketh.Him'up human *'nature has not at South. weet corner afJiWA = Register Motor Co.
of of
SWM ldSection C and run
'!.Into qn exceeding high mountain changed/ but right is right and God East lid, ,.ard., thence run North 10y.rds f:
,;V: ;--eDd ahewetb Him all the.kingdom* Is God,.and !,the eternal principle to South boundary' said
# of ;the world.. and the glory of bold.' boundary Ward City ISA, thence yard*. then West** on....t-:0 '
,them:, 'And said ;'unto Him, All yarde to beginning except the Ea.t PROMPT STARKE
: ',\these things' will J give thee,if thou I When: clothing sticks to a varnished Sooth 100 .eth. all n.In* to Section Eat., f,In :: "jJunt FLORIDA '

.ri} wilt,, fall down iand, ; 'worship,, me. i llUl'faceleavD&! lint, rub vigorously ,* Floridar1ATD" ORJIII .I"".
; gheau;aaltfr:: J.etiis'tmto with a cloth: Maturated with H. \ ROAD SERVICE'.: t; ;,
-Mm..pet :
i Spoelal! Maet.r. ,, Pw ct sJ Tub' jBifafif '( .t..i&ut&GJd? 2sac'
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\"fine'lMme.ltataut;) tot tt la wilttau ,Uupeutlae and foBow with s doth ItHIOH'l" II: ILMGft......11.. "'Ia., \ w ? : ; i
: Tbow abaft the Uwd ". for--Costplslnsaty ;,il( ." ,'. .. :. ; :..: .. ,;,., 'II .. ._ ,: fI
,..: 1 woraWp Uyj '-I..fIMtS.'WUIa u..d CIfJf".. .. ;rt.:.;. .f l I J ,4j> "' "lo.- .. ..( 10.1",,; ".\'roI.' .. t: ,,11" > :. :
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tt.t. ''J Bradford County Telegraph An old adage tells ZYES";'us never .to You've r .1J_ .

Maybe I DJC86IMCTMptunye>
sri i look a gift hose: 1 h the\ mouth.Several : Dj.
'q' j Established 1977 .
Ik I day ,ago in, Oakland.. Bat t
.. .. Head It
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1 Calif., a beggar,went,farther, thanlooking ,
4; I Published Weekly on Fridays,:,and; Entered as Second Class the "gift .horse" In the .,to ,

I Matter nf the Pot; Office at Starke. Florida mouth-he punched him In the eye.

.. .. A man there tola police that a PROSPECT AND RETROSPECT
beggar had asked mm for "enough ..tin the cold, gray dawn. after New

E. L. Matthews\ __ ______... _.__________Editor and Owner 'for.a little something'' eat" and Year's Eve,iaithe.tfme>to.alt down I

r ;' C ------.-- ----- ---. then flew Into a rage at receiving and think, what'lal( *',tbe.shouUng Ii''

?E SUBSCRIPTION KATE only ten cents The beggar punched was about.< Whyjat,13:00: .o'clock

his benefactor In the eye, and on the1 night of December 31 should .
t'I'I'I'v Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance pbyslclcns say that sight In the op- people ring bellsand blow, whistles -

i1 Advertising Rates on Application tic. la dfcttroyeds and shout "Whoopee ? "Because*!'

-- From the child who cries when you will reply "it ta the beginningof
l he''has to eat the chicken leg to the a New Year'. t Well, so It is-,
One exchange remarks that money talks but it never be- but what of It? /The world has had Iei
grown- boys or girls who pout
new since the beginning.Isn't Marches
gives itself
away. cause they cannot complete their a
'''r a 'r.k education at.a more fashionable it about time we quit being fhe P h'l
o --- excited We shouted hand afro
: school than the one chosen by their over them J, wrIflree
Egg'Week. lot of bum actors had and hollered for Joy when 1933 first
f' 'This is National .. A parents, too many or us are in- appeared.,, Doesn't! THAT make
w 'dined to punch our finger in the
; better watch their step.
.. feel. r And
you' a trttle'silly why
gift horse's eye Instead of accepting
should feel confounded, chirrupyover -
o we !
what he ,,offers with 'open
,g 1.k. 1. ,: ?1 Income tax blanks tli\8\ might not seem so much like thanks. the prospect of another
+ year I> ___, 363: days In which it is quite; likely '

Sri, a idle flattery as they did in. ..1933. WINTER SWIMMINGA that we) will 'eah the same burned : In'
toast,ticlr nb out, of the same 1 bed pin seyohs
group of Gainesville people me vl1
.0 onto the. lIame_ old'11001'',tend get w

r g We are glad, that they; fpund Vice-President Garner in went New swimming Year's In Day.Kingsley They Lakeon said the same bawling out for being the contain pear is.fl .

time for the ; same tea minutes late at the office a ,.. .
convening ofCongress. they enjoyed itt; but admitted that yry _
that we' waretrcuirlag the 369.days
the "water'' "--was 'rather' chiUy.". .
,Q Winter be'dev.loped -. Just past; (Jsithat ,anytblng.iiqjgo\ j. ,

Tampa is faced with a water shortage and Florida is still as swlrnmlng-should an outdoor' sport here'Just around You shouldn't,..ringing Aped,' /Oorbel1ll..bouU any help on the '.. .f ,-
:functioning under the prohibition law. like It is in other parts of the state.
+ 'Gainesville Sun. answer,' low you wU quite likely
-: plead that everybody else'does It,. -,
'a L, o And In no other part of.the state .
1 and that you don't have,anything
;: The weather is going to have to do double duty now that could you find a more delightful else to do on New Year's Eve any rH

prohibition is out as a topic of conversation. winter place to or do summer your 1mlng-eLther-:than In. KIngs. way., 'Both,of..them very'good argumentaVbut "-:

6' b ; are,we mice or are
"t' Lake.
n we men? Are:, we going: around
The Gainesville folks
were right
;kd'' ,, Florida Advocate says that 1933 wasn't the year of the when they said that the water was wearing red suspenders, Just be- :
cause everybody else doe#T.elWell,
big freeze, but it was the year of the tight squeeze. rather chilly but that glowing feel; It.. kind of nlce.to go along with
of after the than
Ing pep dip more
the crowd/isn't 'AGd"'besides,
o compensates for the first shock of ,
It doesn't hurt to:hope that'maybeUte"
Prosperity item: We have already received twice as the cold water. toast won't be burned,' or the "
;+ many calendars as we had!.' at this time last year. Some enthusiasts claim that ''the floon\.won't be quite so cold, or/that '-.... .
baths better than all'the I
? t, "4$ Icy are tile bossy;,'Watch\ will> be slow,oti the '
o medicine In the world u"''ia 'ctd ; r '
w'r; same morning you, are late to work i r ouJ iq ti-exp/olive j rdL" *
A naturalist that fleas live preventative.. .doesn't hurtto It la '
,'t European says can sixty-two -"' | O---:.''i sure; hope. ,"tUfi36o.l) .tl1 fir ', ', ,
entirely",, poaeib4)that au : these 6rus.W' ".
'days without food. Wty doesn't someone tell them? ) '
.r.o61'e i .tJt
things will coma toj>ass during the : I .rose
The end of 1933, so- far as business ; : <.
0 next year" ,/And'besides?;we love to .6al"1':4 : ti.lAe PLJrlhr.g e' thlJft'l
Is concerned, was character wear those paper,ha ts..... lye us a wen 0 hl:1Jlttll :
yt9 English people live l longer: than Americans. That's not ized by marked Improvement '''Iri : e 0 o .
next Yel Every: *+'
surprising-they have to live longer'In'order to get the joke.. some basic lines, smaller' improvement \ -' ring. ., New-. fIt4'.3It It Wa$ //o.:mi/on dollars .. 'IY lit ni/y orgu aed

II'' ,,1fd In others, ant'refr"grellllion CASTING CATASTROPHES ... ft-l"'I4ny.;
In only a few. The business Indexes r.

,I, If you become annoyed 111.:" every time.you date a check 1933 covering the year present a,rsetor'ahould Suppose a Hollywood frjhlr*.nn*casting mink dl-tnn I

4i think of,the trouble such'a'mistake. causes the absentminded strange the summer confusing upward picture.started When many;;and place tTec--- ": .: 1

surge Mal'West''In' the lead of '"Alice candidate for the, United States this ,
tombstone earth
hs.; engraver. In direct opposition to usual'seasonal i In this day of.enllght-
p In Wonderland.*.. i: 1"! .r tp tendencies. It was' hoped and /Late are
'''1 'H believed that It would continue. Aft Greta Garbo bx"'Paddy. The Next" ? p Up I until 'a couple of days"'&&0 large families, and the swiftness of

't'' Fort Myers News-P esV ays if Insull doesn't want to be unlooked-for fall drop, which was Best;: Thing." ** John was holdln down profes the times, taken much of the patience -.

.sent ,to the United States he'should go to France and disguise also opposed to the seasonal experience .Janet Oaynor"[tn "The.. Worst v3o ClasW) sor's chair' at the' University of out of ,life known to our
of other years, followed. Woman In Paris// Tampa and !seeln',what a break college ; with the result there
,sa ,1 f.. himself as a'war:, debt. Gloom was deepest at that time. Bing Crosby. .in:Tarzan' The un By Rl'o KAY professors have been gettin' InWashington is far loop happiness and'content

R y I'q Y J ii' I' t 0 Then business started up again, t.med'cClara' 's. .-,.. florid. Pi,. A..tior' lately, he figures this ment than in the easier going age
Bow Jean\ Harlow and It"- *' of the ..:..
and December,,was a good month. ? ought to be his "big moment. past Orlando ,Sentinel
Dorothy Dix.says that. pmen give up more in marriage Early reports indicate that depart- Marten. ,Dietrich::'Little Women. If you happen to be ccttin' 'round Well," let's ''see. There's Park i o

l than I men do. .'That ot course,does not include the i most corn- ment store sales shot up beyond .": r* .'lilt' ,* trying to find aomethln' to brood Trammel. Claude Pepper,' Cary i DAD

+ I fortable chair in the room. expectations. :'Commodity prices Johnay Welsmuller in "LittleLord over,you'll probably thrilled to Landls, Hortense ,Wells and now .

_ ,,"''f h,.,' were strong. Consumers' goods Industries : Fauntleroy.rr' know that this is Florida Poultry John Page Jones. It looks like we He may .last year's straw
.11 .. 0 ,!especially;were active.In I Joe E. Brown IB "Voltaire.1* Week. I don't know who hatched are goin*. to have another .one of hat his fingernails may need manicuring ",
(.', ',ri1 ;- George AfUstfotur\_ crooning the idea to those stampedes like the last Gov his vest hang at little
t 4 Brazil '''is brief> 1933 did not see the or why. they decided may
f i\1 in the
to raise the "
dumpmgrcoffee sea price. professor In "College Humor, ernor's melee., ,,Ambition's a loose and hill at
progress that"Was hoped for. The pullet rlght'at. .this time but I suppose ; great pant may pag the
: It seems a' shame that'a' little of the surplus couldn't be emergency relief measures have Will Rogers .ln: anything' that it Is. part' of the administra thing. Wonder if the State Racing knees; his face may show signs of

''a 1 dumper! into restaurant coffee'pots.Dr been something of a disappointment didn't require hint'to b* so hellbent tion's program tQ help. layman. commission' will be, called on to examine a second day's growth but don't

', to,even their creators. The on homespuness.' ,Well any guy: wltl a,neat, egg dark .'hones to I find out you call t him"Th Old.. Mall.." He's,
ri : whether they are doped or not? your father.
Agricultural Adjustment Act has e, now days baa a n&n to croW aboutIt.

ti ,Nicholas Murray:Busier J says that the whole world'is been particularly unsuccessful:: But. FAMEPORTLAND .,'Ever since Humpty-Dumpty sat For years he ;has been rushing

broke. If It is true that misery loves this bit of during the year a start toward recovery Ore.-:"Mae West," on,' the Wall Street the folks who I around to get things together.
news was made and-'the publld grand champion heifer of the British hsxt.,all their eggs in one basket Never one has he called to do the

.2 ;: should che4r up a lot t of people. ,.I morale'' strengthened"strength* Winter' Fair; and LivestockShow have been out;:of luck. ,. I From Other Pens I right thing by you., He thinks.you
h '' went\,down under' the auctioneer's are the
greatest boy earth
} 0 enlng which has never been'more While there may be come poor on bar
'' t thatTz : evident than it la ,now,''with 1034 : hammer' at twenty-six eggs who need to have a specla none; even though you plaster your
/ Whoever said lumen, are born equal must, have opening. ** cents a pound' and was, sold at week, set aside in order to,make hair back, wear smart clothes,

i r '\lc' ,forgotten about those who make their appearance with the Notes 00 business follow: fancy prices on, 'V'ancouver's'bxclu''." .. 'em think about 'chickens, the aver FOOD SUPPLY. FLAN smoke cigarettes and fall to,bring

$\' proverbial. silver spoon [in their 'mouths Commodity Prices-In Januarythe sive markets. age guy has more thouble gettin'hiss A food supply-for 'the ;average home a cent., He's the man,who
l '' won the love and life
.d commodity' price Index stoodat mind off of'em. partnership
It seems to us;.that fate should .
of five
; family for one year:
ti p 61. By July;It had mo..ed'tIp' of the greatest woman, on, earth
hold, :Don't take ,word for lit
: my ,'just fam-
food for
+ The requirements a
k 1 Tfrif
.. "
I mother.
He is
your .
"some man
The census'bureau.reports: that fewer;deaths resulted without 68. The advance break.has .continued For those w$;
y5 J from automobile a major < .f*nlen l; ',p ,;,. chic squabJs ankltaby and note that. the farm family know
4 ; accidents last year than during the previous Domestic Trade-Every effort tangible if. > '' so may If you win as good a wife as be
A much more: .,.,, ,reward., bow", theee'ryoung'1oekerele"starttumbl1o Just'what must be done to provide .
\ ,two years. Yeah. Fewer'ople of the administration since March did,' ;you ,will have to go some.-
bought automobiles. ".
Than heifers :
haying, << take ,their ,with tbet.\.'Decktles and.tretcbln' an adequate!, well. balance, food supply The-Art of Living
I' baa been given to moving more name.,. ,/ their neck:,, for a lear: ... 'Successfully.
) goods 'Into the hands of consum --o--
*** Of course rd like.to !be: patrioticand Two good milk cows.'
Poor Richard wrong : ers. It has been moderately sue trToINO' (' 'DON'T STAY BURIED
was when he said "If would 9uTLOOJ ,
I you take home a. chicken but some Fifty hying hens.:. .
..1, i iii! know the value of money; go try to borrow some-." 'When ceasful In the face:to of definite 1 con-. .,of Stream. lines to',the left of us- thin' tells me that even with for Two hundred baby chicks. :This story Isn't ours, but never-

: ''r : ,>. ou'lli'tgtiik'L' \ i it '''is ,twice as valuable a lIt. umer-opposltlon: late, trade In urban higher'ptices.of areas has stream'lines i'to the right. of us.Chewy' .': Ida Poultry ,Week as an. excuse, I One beef .to butcher..,. the less it Is a good one:'' :

qt 3'OUyettlthrough.el : been less satisfactory than In the got knee.action. Qnash's ,. couldn't get away with It.; .After. a Five bogs to butcher.' ', A farmer had an old blind borse
.( centers. Most got knee actioa'all good cars got' guy gets hen-pecked a couple ,of EIght;, hundred ,feet of, .rows which bad outlived his usefulness.

} d 'i 'p' major agricultural advances In sale have knee action.. And so it goes. Last I times he grows cautious.: planted to lettuce, mustard turnips -. One day,he, fell Into an.old ,wU.
t'' <:' A Republican been made by mall-order houses. year, if we remember 'Correctly it They tell me that the live ones collards' spinach and cabbage The farmer looked In and saw him

"" : '' Congressman in speaking of the New Dealsaid Employment-Here is where the was free-wheeling-FT-oV.waa It syn .are cheaper. but that's a lot of Three hundred tomato plants, standing deep.In the water.: There

he"was'so overcome and shocked by'the "amount;these greatest achievement of the cro-mesh gears? Anyway, It was hooey. Still It does takea a'lot of early medium and late.., seemed to be no way;to get-,him

fellows propose to spend'that will take me several days Has been made. Every month year has something like that, and it sounded dough to.dress 'em.: Every time One thousand feet of other 'Vegetables out,I as he, was quite useless,' and
to. get breath.". He definite advances In both good and,everybody bought .new they get a run it's two dollars for such. beans,.English peas the well abandoned and dangerous
'I my evidently had enough wind left to work employed and cars, This:year,4 of course lines another pair of socks and they require carrots beets onions squash, okra. the farmer ordered his men to fill
; ,,knock? the administration. compensation are treamier.ianfl'lf l the etc.' up' the well .
f received. Factory employment present yards and ;yards of this and pumpkins and 'leave', the horse. ,
.t *H I IL., 1 was' cent''' this I tendency to longnss and lowness that and lay for you with's pen in :Five hundred feet of Irish. pota- buried In It. "
r 51" 0'I' twentypel' higher I. 'continued,, it won't. be to..., Two The ,
October than last- 33 1-3 many one hand a check book in the other. ( pecks seed Irish pots men began to: shovel dirt
,4 1 m,?i I Washington.correspondents: tell us that there were fewer cent higher. IB payrolls the non-manu- :years until seats;will, have to be So if It's just the same with the toes.) Into th*.well.: But the bora:WM

,, :silk hats at the opening of Congress this year. The boys acturing per industries, >employment 'abandoned entirely and passengers Governor and the State'Marketing Four' thousand sweet' ,potato not willing to be buried', When the
t will d ovenhlU and dale-. ..' sp lying to
: : plaD in
Bureaus I think I'll confine my observation pour upon him he
have gains were reported for eleven out ,
evidently come to the conclusion that in these times the flat on their stomachs. ,Or. you can of Poultry'Week to. an Two acres of corn' meal, and began-to shake it off and tread It
of sixteen Industries reviewed.Only ,.
,H, ordinary felt is plenty good enough to talk through. In the bituminous Industry baa lie. OIL'J'OUI"iack"Jf' you prefer- extra order of egg-plant. ? grits. undefoot. ,As th* wH filled up

W, there been a significant late drop' that .to,. if, you *a't driving the S .' One-quarter acre of sugar cant the horse 'cam nearer and.nearer
& -p ? darned thine.! The point 1*! that we for syrup.., to the surface.and when the.men
'.Paris I doctors, who operated recently on a man'for kidney and difficulties that was, with largely attendant due to strikes labor hope tb ultra-modernists will stop Florida Citrus .Week will;,;begin Twelve pear tree finished rt the horse walked .

;, found that before they reach/that extreme ofoIIBJIeU January 22 and during this period ,Twelve peach ,trees.Four .. out pasture; :.',
k' trouble three, pearls had grown.to the size of pin- and lockouts. all, ,cltlxens' to
,1:+ and lowness,,for.lot of good are expected ,: fig trees.Seventyfive .Th. vry,thing.which conspire
-c 'j'heads': and caused the trouble.. runtled'oyateii Finance Generally, speaking eat oranges and attend the Florida
might folks like' ourselves,' goto' sleep : to bury the '
I lion-hearted
plant* these '
excellent ,work has been don In .
$;''I k f. :appeal to the NRA on the grounds of,unfair,competition.. strengthening" the banking struc Just a* soon aa they gt in a port- Orange festival at Winter, JIavlDJlaDa&"er" 'Sixteen grape vines.: are used' by than to lift themsstv'

sontal position, the
ture.r Banks which closed before '
!Ir. 0", enough automobile accidents exposition to coin' to be a Sixteen light last
iI > .& V :1.\ the moratorium have been opened ,now. citrus .(.Satsuma' and| The very' .; thingfca.
,p The Pathfinder says that} President Franklin'' D;. Roosevelt 'by .the hundreds' millions In '- wow. with Jack from the coveI'D"ment. Kumquat). should 'do i" to'atay.J1Iead; '.'aad

K'l .W will go down in. history as an equally!, famous hunter of frozen- assets have been ,thawed We.. can't A LOST help, TREASURE but think of what, *and a ,Queen King oranges from a beauty It certainly contest Check Six.pecan: this trees.list ,and.. see If .b ect""SeDUn.I" .,. Fairmont.::Minn.
yourliveathome '
m 1 big game as Theodore, waa.,' The magazine says, ". =has'he out.Reserve. Excess Banks reserves of'reached Federal a pie .e missed, for our. museum ought to be a royal layout .to. -say 'program to. complete. Whale are extinct in the waters 1'.4'"

..;/not succeeded'in' bum drii 'off the'G.O.P. elephant skinning''Unprecedented total recently of 900000000.an when a local young.men let a two- the least.. : -D Funlak Springs Herald.' surrounding Newfoundland; Green-

I the legged snake get, away from him .,e ,e a 'h C and.' and,Hnitzhm: : !.. ....,. where. *_.._
f: Tammany tiger,'caging the Russian bear,.corralling the Government credit has been extraordinarily Wi '--- ,,
1 one day this. week .,It would have once were numerous -
I see'' where Mr. Farley announce 'ANovzLIDEA'' very .
,d wild bulls of Wall Street and is now hot on the trail of the strong with issues being been quite an added attraction,'and *"* postal. deficit''of,'112.- '
old out '
as announced. ,
soon as .
''big, bad wolf." I1. Agriculture-The we need""something .take?.the 37..382.: ,That's .lot of red Ink or .Th* father of,a family"of thirteen Thedorwatch": : to a nautical'term '
,-1.: was place, of the banded dove's foot dlstinguishta ;' '
:; cheered' by the A.A.A. It red tape or something but It isn't children, most of whom were two 'watche
'Ii d wnea was .
.t/! .. ., passed.' Then'' he was which seems&4dt'definitely: lost. surprising*when 'you'' consider the scattered over a number of states, of two ,hour, each-:-from'4; ;toga
; 'w'f" The,, Safety Harbor. Herald cheers its readers with the violently disappointed. Strikes end As :yet w* bars not guestioned the fact '.that'the Post Office' Depart regretted that.' the -necessity of p-m.. and to:! p.m.. :.,;'

'il 'following thought: The man with the small income is prone disorder followed., A few months cat the office that bewftvhanglng around ment"continue*" to:' print and aeUen'f.lo earning.a livelihood should have J Ten i cents _
for the
past week. And worth '
.. ;, to think that the man with'a,.large income i h so much better ago agricultural Income, when ad- by ,the does i aMa< ompeUUon with private so widely Separated brothers and alcohol applied shellac.
b.. Justed to living costs, wxs lower way ,:anybody know !Industry aliens than cost of sisters from their parents. In orderto diaolvedjn ,to tar*
t oft, than he' is.$ VerY i often. ,the 'larger income brings larger than ever. Now improvement' tau what,to de with, a. wild cat's'' .paw. production and.. malls tons of hooey keep them'In touch with: each beds,' will make teem
"' obligations string of' when It.tar" shedding under the tree' other,,.each week, Ih'D..-,:"''' ,,,,,..M,,,,I '' '
.fnDJdD& a .
fi'r a 'bligatfons'that ,must, be kept up. in started In many.fields, more optimism ; ,privilege newstttf'to ,, .:" ", \

it { order' tb 'mr.I in tain"the(;itvtqes j ary'\front. and contacts. Club and la e-rldent farm circles both In,administration "> '. 'TIM', nation's*uta! OM about:, 34. ., manufa for1 th*.."turerB'lwr Iwnant .of .''.. ..te-b&ea- "*.. ..:**e.*,'i new sent out.1 regarding which carriewln their actlvltiesv H' JTMi.tv. I '-''alatt paMmekS.. 1

""f,, :memberships and, dues and a more expensive standard of : 120,000 gallons of anU-freese solutions '::il..t .. '" o" fi1 "t. toad of hawing to:writ* 'thirteen 1 ;
LumberNcJlmportant'Adustr7 '
"i make )a. year/y ;. ;; '' 1. '. reom.. ( different : th. ... : ,
often jur I.tten.oae
IlI 1 ; living it as dl/ftfvjlt i for the recipient of a. large experienced so sbarp'u advance In 'An4 .. to the,father. Jl&p '., ... ';
p Jorterb ao& 'a'
c1s.dutfm'.Heldpn '< .
!: .'Ir, salary to make end meets as'it it for the one who receives a price as ,lumber).and none was 'f r.The' ,,smokersTof, the United Oba......) ,;01 ant..1'A'mother large ''' the, trIekL, _>. ft.yr ... -tI""I" ,;,.! ;M;

h smaller salary."r: :* **. 4. r .:'w'tY more-at sea over' what'."to 1'1 do*- In. ... .8C1UUJM4'"lOtillilbleea3/ Cterventvaad. ;aiakw'a. 'toms'amMa. ........_.family chUdnm of devoted and Remove.berry. amass.fv, ..... I

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