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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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.ork Defeats Old Man Jack Frost Judges Names Fan-s/ aped"' Strawberry 1 '' No Bus Employers Are Told '

18 "Big Bad Wolf" la An Unusual Exhibit Report To Register Need8 Court House Bids ,



'Grim Reaper"In Continued To Strawberry cold-weather following Crop- May Not Go On At A fan The-ehaped Telegraph strawberry Office almost No School Fund, At Labor-Bureau Here Were Too Steep1WorkIs ; 1

Joseph E
Wilson. in charge of
the freezing temperatures of
1933 Battle last week. Is holding the Bradford Ballot large enough for some Bradford the National Re-employment Office
Primary
County strawberry crop In check I dance County beauty, to execute a fan Cawthon Says hero stated this week that if employers Delayed
with was sent to the Telegraph will the
register
and Are number
shipments remaining small. !
-- last week by Bumpier Harley of men needed for job their
any
ih Exceed Deaths About 145 crates were shipped State's of This \Unusual -
-Marriage Attorneys May Also Be Lawtey berry Mid-January Money Being Held needs will be supplied from the -
I Llcens'w Of County Show from here by truck during the past i Kept Off Because Of was more than three inches wide From Bradford And local office. KxtaniUon: To School louse Get. ,,'

Small Increase ,, week and eighty went to Northern Amendment and had the appearance of being Fourteen Mr. ,Under, Way First Of The
Others Wilson
salo that If CWA
markets any
by Express.Matthews two or three berries grown together Week!
worker refuses a normal job thatis
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,
there
ilrths exceeded deaths In the There is a likelihood that the ball although was but one Bradford ,County and fifteen offered to him through this office '

Vke vicinity by almost two to To Run lots to be used In the Democratic stem. other counties In the state did not I. his name will be taken from Progress on the CWA's additionto
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l during the year 1933, according primaries of next June will not In. receive their mid-January alloca- the CWA roll. the county court house here Is

I records kept here by C. A.ch. clude the names of candidates for Hoarders HaveAnotherChance tion of state school funds because The re-employment office advises ,at a standstill as bids opened In 4-:' '

representative of the State either state attorneys or circuit they have not submitted the required any one who needs help in Tallahassee last Thursday were all
eau of Vital Statistics. The For He-election judges, because of the constitutional 4 reports on their expenditures production to In excess of the amount allocated ,
or harvesting
crop
maintained the amendment to be voted on for I for, this project. The government
brds are through bus transportation, according -
register his needs at the office
I has
Iperatlon of all physicians who next November which would reduce to an announcement Wed- here agreed to expend $9,111.10 on

required to report all births Chairman Of State Railroad the number of judicial circuits nesday by"W. S. Cawthon. state t the addition. while Bradford Coun-, '
from twenty-eight to fifteen. tv Itself la. sUDDosed to ninolv the ', '
in
[deaths the community.Futch's Commission Announces superintendent of public instruction -
--- remaining:, $2,000. _
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r. figures show 112 'Jinw weeK If the re-circuiting amendment Morganthau Postpone Deadline Deadline I

s .and sixty-seven deaths in Is ratified by.the voters, the Legislature On Turning: In Gold Certificates Superintendent A. J. Grlffls Tag CW The A'.bide received of the were for the _

I of the county's precincts. In- ,E. S. Matthews, of Starke this of 1935 will enact legislationto stated Thursday that he hoped to Is portion project only.It .

led in the report are! Starke week announced that he would be re-district the state. Until thenit '- have his report In by Saturday Works understood that the Civil

mote 1 and,2: Hampton, Gra- I a candidate to succeed' himself as is not known how the state will Secretary Morgenthau Wednesday flight The delay, he said was occasioned Is Extended reach an Administration Is trying to,
i' agreement with biddersso
Theressa. Figures have not a member of the Florida Railroad be &districted. The pending night authorized the Federal by failure of bus drivers
I been received from Lawtey Commission. He wilt ,qualify In amen Jlhent provides that,a circuit; Reserve Banks the Treasurer of to understand fully the blanks furnished that wprk may be started aa

ker and New River, Group 1 for the ,Democratic Primary must have a minimum population the United States mints and assayoffices them for making out their .'Shortage Of Supply Given As soon Bids as for possible.: materials to be_ "
to be held in of to continue "until used in
June. OOOO. furthernotice" reports. Reason For Action By
Jrths
Starke for
in the vicinity i repairs and additions to the schoolhouse
numbered '117 while there The following article, announcing' In a recent written communication to receive gold coins and Superintendent Cawthon said an Silo Ita were last week awarded to ,

fifty-six deaths. ,Mr. Matthews' candidacy: was Chairman Hodges said: "On gold, certificates and pay for themin allocation totaling $$196,632.41 was Quigley &' Davis, Stark Home &

spite of the s -called depres- taken from the Florida Times- account of the submission to the value.other currency L.at their face held from the fifteen counties and Governor Sholtz at the last minute Wilson,' Jacksonville, and; Baird
Union of Jan. of toe that the extended until Frb. 1 the
more couples took the leap 16: people constitutional amend county superintendentswere tune Hardware"" Company Gainesville.
| matrimony during 1933 than Mr. Matthews became member mer.t with relation to circuit courts The new order modifies the previous being notified that funds limit for obtaining 1934 automobUe ,Construction began the first of the

U32. Records In the office of of, the commission by unsolicited and the probable adoption of such order setting midnight Wed- would not be allocated until the license tags, despite repeated statements ,week: j -

[ty Judge E, I K.; Perryman appointment from Governor Har- amendment by the people I thinkIt nesday night of this ,week as the reports' are received. by George Wilder motor vehicle In' :the meanwhile 4 work progresses -

that 184 licenses were issued dee to fill a vacancy occasioned by would be' erroneous and would deadline for turning- ,gold into the I Meanwhile, $41 ,T81,10 was Wednesday commissioner, that the time I ,rapidly on the new city,
with 122 In the death of one,of the commission- produce a great deal of confusionif Treasury. f \ apportioned to the state's would not be extended. I hall here with the almost '
p33 as compared building
the circuit fadres and state attorneys o.d'altifls. fifty-one ,other counties marking In_ A._ wrlltan__ .t..t"t____ _. th.. n....._
__ Gold-hoardinar however nun N '
ers. He_ has' _since___ been'n__ 5lCtd_______ _fura __ -v ready for ,the finishing coat of
short term and two full terms. I were submitted to the primaries were not lifted If In the'opinion the second distribution of state ernor said: stucco:' _

His first election was by a majority this year.' If the people of the Secretary of the Treasury funds this month. 'The previous "Owing to the delay In furnishing Work 'also continues on pouring*

(wiLy Products of 13,000 and the last by a major- adopt the proposed amendment tae gold paid In bad been hoarded. apportionment totaling 9400,000 the tay collectors In all counties -. new ,sidewalks and relaying, portions )
there can be only fifteen state attorneys In was made Jan.: 3. In I
ity of 28000. He was elected explanation of the new order, this state with an adequate of the brick pavement here.
chairman of the commission In and It would be obviously the Treasury-said: This week's apportionment was supply of auto tags of each class i ... i .
confusing to nominate more than ,"The made as result of heavy collectionsof flcatlon. the time for securing licenses
January 1931:and still holds that instructions issued are -
ire Given Boost position., fifteen." made subject to the rights reservedin automobile license taxes which has been extended to Feb. 1. Gray:Announces
Theoretically, neither the state the accounted for $ 61.T10.61 of the totaL "I assured
am
Mr.. Matthew Is, a 1 native of secretary's order of January by the acting motor _
The
Bradford Countuy and before be- attorneys nor the circuit judges are 15 setting midnight of January 17 one mill school tax raised vehicle commissioner that an

ford Housewife Shows Noted coming a member of the Railroad elective. Their names cannot appear as the final date on which' gold $36,281.03 interest on school funds ample supply of tags for all classifications For' ;

( Lecturer, What We Can Commission was called by the citizens on the general election ballots ,. coin, gold certificates and gold bullion -i and$3. 32,21.one-fourth beverage mill taxes tax $8,987.01 for free, is now available and In :: Legislature,
Grow of his home town and countyto and their presence ,on the ballotsIn might be delivered In compliance the hands of tax collectors and no
-, service in_various positions of the primaries is merely, for the I with the secretary's order of text books $1,922.59. further extension will be granted." l ,1-4 '

|>e of Bradford County's boostrs. trust among them being membership purpose of obtaining the endorsement December 28, 1933,, S ;January 15 is the deadline fixed Principal Of Bradford County High

S. Courtney; upon hearing 'in the State legislature for by the.Democratic party "Inquiries have been received by Walter Wlnchell 'Movie by law tor exhibiting old tags on School To Make Race For _

[Dr. James W. Flfield naUon- four sessions 19Q5, 1907,.,1911 and S. -J' -> the' Treasury, Department from At The Ritz Sunday cars. On. several occasions duringthe ,Lower'' House

known lecturer, knew less 1923.. He was ,Speaker', of the City. Councit'Accepts business men who desire to know past forty-five days, Motor Vehicle Protes orLeon;: -A. '
It Florida than anYother state 'House of- Representatives in, the ,, whether'they may continue to accept -! Commissioner Wilder has said Gray, principal
tie Union proceeded to ineet 1907 session ,having' been ,electedby Monte I Resignation gold ,coin and certificates Inpaymelt Walter WincheUc Broadway columnist that sufficient, tags were being of the Bradford County High, .,
Ion his recent visit to-Jackaonand unanimous vote of'the mem- for merchandise and serv is author of the story of supplied counties to meet demands School here, ,this week announced '

show him at least whatcounty' bers. The city council at its Tuesday ices. The instructions which were "Broadway Thru a Keyhole" the and that be bad positive assurance his candidacy for Representative _
I In, the state ,can United Artists release produced by from Bradford in the Florida Leg ,,
proS Supporter Of,HighwaysIt night'meeting accepted the resignation sent out will provide a way by from the Governor that the time islature. -'

has been often and correctlysaid of D. .A,. Monteith, from the which they may dispose of receiptsof 20th Century Cummings and featuring Russ ,Columbo Constance limit would not be extended. The Mp Grav .. & ).rnth..' 'nf R. A. _

Wednesday's following article'Tlmes-Uniont was taken that the Legislature of 1923 board of city bond trustees, and appointed and gold'coin receive and gold certificates _'PAn'__. .'U'.lIv__.. _Rln".now w__ ._ 1:1....,.a..... A"u..., I law to extend rranta: the Governor authority Gray Secretary-of-State for Florida ::,
payment for them" J -- I the tag time In case of
:
J F. to serve the
laid the foundation for the buildingof Colley and has had twenty
nty of hard worktUad a world -V Lyman and his band Gregory Ra- emergency. years experience
Florida's wonderful system of unexpired term.FollowfDlr tot Texas Gulnan Eddie Foy Jr., in the schools of Florida...
needed to take
are
a
urage roads. Mr. Matthews did conspicuous are the minutes of the Must Have PermitTo and Frances Williams at the Rita Automobile license tags are man- Mr. Gray announces himself as the
frolD' the loll of Florida in
service as ,a member of the I meeting! Theatre Sunday and Monday. ufactured in the state-operated. children's candidate and the main
|>pinion of Mrs. S. of Give
Courtney ,
House committee on public roads The Milk.Away. plant at the Ralford Prison. They points of, his platform are .
ke, but from the efforts boun- city council of the City of "Broadway Thru a Keyhole" has I :
and highways at'that session and are equipped with the so-called ((1) Equal school for
food can be obtained shed Starke Florida i met in adjourned a background of night clubs and opportunity ,,
: yesterday. was a member of the conference session January, 1934. with the Even if the generous cow owner shows how a young girl rose to theft-proof locking device this every child In FlorjUIa,,whether he
committee of the House and Senate following members present: W. L. gives away milk without first obtaining fame, was befriended by a handsome year and considerable delay was lives In town city or country,
|e Bradford County visitor that made the final draft of the Wall chairman: P. M. Barefoot, a license bennsy find the young racketeer and finally encountered In getting them manu- (2) Better country roads.

ht a display of varied prodto bW designating a preferential system O. L. Beasley T. N.' Kendrick, W. law upon him according- an Interpretation became the wife of a famous radio factured. ((8) Lower.property and real estate
| Jacksonville to show to Dr. of roads. This bill gave the M. Edwards. by Tallahassee officials. crooner. i V taxes..
s W", FIfield of Kansas Cityrs. Road Its first definite ., ((4))' A. "New Deal" In stat. F -
Department Representative of the Standard Because of the night club background Auxiliary To Present government
'
Fifield. who In Jack
are program of road construction Brands Inc., appeared before the If you ,own a cow and do Dot of the yarn the picture was :_ meeting government F
He starting a' tour of eluded the state. II have a state Play "See You Later"The problems ins' fair, and '
frank
throughout council asking -for a, reduction, of license you may give- filmed as a musical with a large open ,, ,
In addition to the political honors occupational Ucen e Council ad- butter ,to your ,neighbor1'and be dancing chorus and such musical honest. manner.Landis'Gives. "
In bet exhibit were can- ,that have, come to Mr- Matthews vised that they were unable to within your, lawful ,rll'btbut comedy and vaudevUle stars as American Legion Auxiliary t,, '

ana; as long as the ears of he has an interesting military make 'any reductions' and would should you give ,away milk from Frances Williams. Eddie Foy Jr., of Starke will present the popular Ruling -

| In the center of the jar can record., From a private in have to collect. ordered In ordinance your cow,the board might step In. and Barto and Mann doing their three-act musical comedy "See On Effect''
hole tomatoes canned pears Inspectors, in part of the dancing and stuff. Other Repeal
the Florida National Guard be rose I of, the city. every singing You Later. at the Btarke Wom
bther fruits and vegetables, as through the various grades to the state are busy trying to get this information famous Broadway personalities are an's Club Tuesday, Jan.: 23. The -
Itlng as any fruit or vegetables rank of major before resigning on D. A. Montleth's resignation was over to the public. Blossom Seeley. Texas Guinan and best dramatic and musical talentof Attorney General Cary D. Landls A

1 be in a jar. Her exhibit also account of a lack of.time tdglve presented to the counciL Motion ;The'law takes the position thatIf Abe Lyman and his band Starke will make up the cast has ruled that repeal of the state ', ,

ed fresh strawberries, large, to' military 'service.- During the made by be P. M Barefoot Motion that resignation a person wants to risk his own Constance Cummings Hues Co which Includes L. A. Gray as Don- prohibition amendment next No- ,

us and delicious. narcissus Spanish-American War he was accepted. was health and that of his family by lumbo and Paul Kelly play the ald McKay one of the contractor.iRobert ) vember would lcg" lice manufacture .
T. N, Kendrick and
[other. things grown in that i captain of Company M, First Regiment carried.J.seconded. by using milk obtained from a cow three leading roles, Others In theca Chapman as Percy Vere, and sale of liquor In counties where

y., of Florida Volunteer Infan which has not been inspected and t are ,Gregory Ratoff, Hugh the Englishman; S. R. Johns as there are no local prohibition laws. '
C of',the handiwork 2' the try. H. Wainwright of the Sinclair certified a* free of disease, or if he O'Connell. Hobart Cavanaugh C. Sollle Goldstein,' the Jew; L. D. Vln- lie called attention to a sectionof

>of the county was) displayed Many Act Of Service Refining Company appeared before i wants to use milk that may be pro- Henry Gordon and .Helen' Jerome Ing, as Mr. MUrox, the millionaire; the proposed amendment' providing -

j baskets, made from the long During Mr. Matthews' service: on the council asking when testa could ,duced under unsanitary conditions, Eddy. Lowell Sherman directed Charles Imbach, as Spotteem, the for county elections at the
(needles of,that section. The the commission many matters of be made 'with Sinclair oils at the 'that is his own affair. But if he from the script by G*,ie Towne and detective; A. II:. Wall, as Speedy general election of 1934 to decide 'F

i now being done by the wom- great importance to the shippers of light plant. It was decided to give should Involve others In this risk, Graham Baker. Jack Haskell directed the office boy; Charles Pender, as whether ,the* sale of Intoxicating ,

( Bradford County is the result the state have transpired among tbejn a test on one of the smaller either, by selling or giving ,away the dance numbers and I Jeff the janitor; Estetle Kendrick, liquors ,may, be permitted. This 4F

e l demonstration work which them the establishment of a refrigerator engines about the first of Febru- the raw milk then it becomes the Mack Gordon and Harry Revel :as Mary Mllrox the millionaire's section also provides for such elections .J

i In progress there for some express car service for some ary. business of ,the, state to 'stop him wrote the music. It.. presentedby daughter; Ruby Kllpatrlck as Sallie counties within two year ef
i Mrs. Courtney said.' Mr.. J. of the more 1 perishable product. Motion made by P.,M. Barefoot UntO'the' law of.lIcen evlD pector .Joseph M. Schneck and Darryl ,Forth country cousin of Mary after the amendment may become 1

flea has canned HIS jars ,of shipped out of the state 1 a large that J. F. Colley be appointed bond has been complied with.' F."-Zanuck. MUrox; Ruth Sternberg as Mable effective.In .
and vegetables this season reduction in refrigeration chargeson i trustee for the city of Starke to There seems to be.-no objection S Knott. the detective. a'three-page, opinion, after r

said.tnsater. fruits and vegetables a, sharp serve the unexpired term of D. ,A.Montleth. [ to the unlicensed cow owner giving FLORIDA CITRUS BEEF. Many children 'will be seen In calling attention to a number, of
9 .' ,Motion was seconded by butter. EGGS special laws' relating to sale of
lowering of transportation rates on away The law considers ASKED FOB NEEDY beautiful costumes and snappy! musical ,
: liquor In counties, Landis said
O. Beasley and carried. butter has) a much less chance of : I
AttendsJacksonville reduced rates
fruit. and vegetables numbers. A number of pop- ,
-I: the
There being no further businessthe containing harmful bacteria. Florida citrus, beef and proposed amendment ,
on a large number,of commodities The eggs may ular choruses will be made up of should be '
{ :Meeting shipped within: the state greatly council adjourned to the next law requires no license from a cow be given to the needy thus aiding high school girls and boys. be adopted there appears to
no prohibition the
regular meeting. owner when the milk to those who lack foodstuff and those against man ,
used
reduced Intrastate'express rates, exclusively Mignon Simon will do a specialty ufacture and sale of '
lea of I.. for,home It who cannot dispose of their surplus intoxicating } -
consumption.
Imbach, scoutmaster the recent big reduction in passenger between acts. liquors In those counties
10. .W. Card WILEY KELLY DIES: Is when the home dairy begins to fruit neat and eggs. or election ,
Starke. ,:and R. fares,. the elimination of the Little Miss Margaret Thomas of precincts III''the state where the -
[handled the troop last year surcharge I')on Pullman ,car fares, Wiley Kelly prominent' farmer distribute milk that the control The State Relief Administrationhas Green Cove Springs will do a number I sale of intoxicating liquors Is not
board 'I
ed the ,fifth 'annual ,state shortening. of the.schedule on fruitsand of the New'Rlv "r
tics 'of? Scout"! officials in vegetables: shipped out of life-long resident., ,of Bradford Before a ,*license is issued the Corporation. brareb of the to determine whether such
'Tuesday nirtt.Starke South'''Florida to the 'Northern iuntv- died at hi. home n.ar New COW owner mu t hnv- ntmttltj I general recovery administration "See You Later" Is fieln* directed .L. .. u.
"
I to by Kathleen Strickland of the, Ale mourn oe permute '
j from the city health ; buy'approximately 0,000,000
Scouts invited market and many other things of River Wednesday following a short department or
were Escambia
1 HUlsborough Nassau
the state board of,health boxes of: surplus FlorIda' fruit as Triangle Producing: Co., Greens- ,
I- value to the and WDSSLMi certify ,
shippers
evening of entertainment in"nb great and Monroe are the only counties J
boro, S. C.
lug that the milk well as surplus beef and and
room of Troop S, Jack- citizen generally of the state.; i ,- Kelly was ,prominent in andthecondi- eggs not governed by local prohibition '
tions under to the food to the "'- SALEXANDER i
) which give needy.
;at date. The "' : county affairs and friends throughout It, I* produced laws.
an undertaken ,
early pro- Th. ,first, big thins; passed inspection.: At the same time the State Advisory SPAKKMAN They come however under ,
wot include ssrlmnnlnr and by the; commission' for the ,year the county were shocked to Committee provisions of the Davis package :f.. -
This, the on Relief and
i in the club learn of, his- sudden death. control board holds. Is Alexander Sparkman 70 died
gynashnn. 1934 is the recently ordered general law permitting sale only in sealedpackages.
not unfair Civil Works directed Its executiveofficers ,
since- it is> exactly what Wednesday In Lake Butler, following -
local Scouts will meet Wrtteat investigation Into the rd. on- Funeral plans had not been announced '
the dairyman must do before he to demand that,all county a brief illness. Mr. Sparkmanwas
the Thursday the
7:30'o'clock pending arrival Marvin Mcintosh
Because assistant
ableness of telephone rates. attorney
can,dispose of' his milk supply to relief and,Civil Works groups reduce born at Lake Butler and had
of relatives in the North.
At this time the
boys of the magnitude-.this Investigation the the cost of administration general said the section of ,
crtisuming public. Uved there all of his life. He
wasa
ear of the work for I I the
planned amendment
it will probably requireseveral proposed providing
-- overhead. Reports banded the state
SLAEON member of the Holiness
i Church.
.i i -
[by Mr. Imbach.. months for completion. BUTLER: TO RVNC. for county elections meant ..acbcounty '
,
'
: CONFIRMED committee showed twenty-six Florida H.. .. survived by five daughters
Times-Union., C. Butler who represented The Senate Wednesday confirmed counties bad administrative Mrs. Ruby Hamilton and Mrs. Etta I may ,vote at the, general
UTKABTKR;! ,LILIES i- Bradford County the last session election on "local option.. He said ,
the appointment of-.I. Edwin: costs above "the normal and average Lovett of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ethel
i record lor early Caster lilies OIWVER'SAW' Of the Legislature, this) week announced It was his opinion if the state atid '
Larson
> .. as collector of internal rev* scale. Smith of ,Plant City Mrs., Pearl ____
t last. *reakJ y.1-(Grove'S pp.. HO/dled at his New pile. InteaUoo-eC'making' enue for Florida according an a ii LM* Dobbe-. and Mrs. Lola Bird of Ral- county, ,voted wet,'J i sale i of,liquor _

., > eeat MM .stem eon 'RlVe Home: ; Sunday, ,afternoon following the ;_raceagain' this sprlnspiicr.BuUerstatedtha Associated Frees geeeteh* frontWashington i i BIRTHS 4* I f4l'd./and three sons Joseph Spark- *, quill," l Tal as soon as the result, "I' l. ",.

three open bloosjur mad ani! attack',of"pneumonia..Funeral *.J" elected ',for D. C. r Uri and-Mrs.Troy Nortoaa;Law' r man of Lake Butler,'Oscar Spark- (It tile,,siectioa was-officially- declared I _
[buds into the Telegraph of- service war held Monday another term be- win ; ' i't. 'rl
: : not again fey.'boy,January 19. < l man of L ch1ooea, and Floyd<< _
$*turdsy. .: We, ate .to and< interment, took'place in make the. race.: However* he said I _A- recent,".survey 'enow* that Mr. and Mr* VI-gU Moody, fiharonr -I Sparkman of Sanford.. 'One bushel-4 ofwheatwU1preduc.43.Spuundeoftlour.ufficiont-' .1d'\ ,.
I to Mr* Cheshier for bonbmc Sapp ---* ;- New, River. Mr. ,.Hi* feels that because of,bis experteace r..tn.ric.h supply; of ,!phosphate II boy.-January 1&I I Funeral; services were' held'at'1ft.7IJaPP':1aDer"T : *\' .....\ :,

attracted muctt $ti't't'F 8app" ..'armed 'by', *:wife ,.and, : -sttfls Ms sees** b*wot b. t rottkrsnrtmvovtaat'' eoorer of fe*. 'i' Mr"anL'.fuerftf'' cwrttoo; : : : ftr-'Ity4"on.p0uU! ....C.' ,, \\t; \: ... t', .
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Funeral services for Mrs. Mollie Stark., a Florida Banking. l1ahl

t I LAWTEY I RISING HAMPTON Gum Branch SAXTON 1 Surrency, 40, who died at her home ver tlon et le al complainant are defendtntM., and, they J.Co L.

4' t r' 0. J. PhUUps Cor. Mr*. H. M. Melta, 0... I Mtm Am IV*._.. Cm*. I Ellcabetb Haraage, Oeu I Miss ViolA Tyler, Cow I in Tampa last Thursday morning,, turned hlrheet Special Bidder Maeter for cash win'In leU!, '
C was held .at 11:00: o'clock Friday the South door of the Count trot'
q ; ? morning at Dedan cemetery near House at Starke Bradford eo" .'
Florida during the
n @ CWA Active The" program rendered at Corinth Bridal Shower Mr. and Mrs. 'H. H., Keene'and' Miss Frieda Brown of Doublerun Brooker, with Rev. J.J.' Johnson sale on Monday, F".hruary legal 6th hooll

f r Workmen employed by the CWA: Church Saturday night was Honoring Miss Mildred Blrt who family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. spent Saturday here with her slater pastor of the Starke, Baptist erty 19U. toh.wft0Uolnltknown described A
R are busily engaged here in several those is to be married to A. L. Church, officiating.The .
n j enjoyed by present. Johnson E. N. Anderson Sunday. Mrs. W. A., Tyler. I. la Ward
C' projects them, at miscellaneous deceased was united In mar all City (whichBllit
worthy among Eld. C. A. Crosby and Mr. and a shower was givenIn Mlaa Elizabeth Harnage spent .
L. filled his
E. Hicks n
?i, N i } present la a large crew working Mrs. Wilton Connor visited the her honor last Saturday evening the week-end with Miss Beatrice Rev. here regu and riage to Jacob Lee Surrency, who tlon 8, Townahlp Brooker.'1' Florida South )Ran't i.'
b ; ; grading streets and placing culvert bedside of L. L. Connor at the by Mrs. M. L. Watterson at her Norman. appointment Sunday proceeded her to the grave four East; also commencing at Soul!'

Y and remodeling: the city hall State Farm where he la convalescing home on Church Street. Miss Agnes Gordon of Raiford Sunday night. years ago. in March, 1912, and to corner tlon 8,of and BE*run of SW4 Went? of .ald
lj' ? which I is to be stuccoed on the out. Mr., and Mrs. W. M. Normah of this union born children thence
f i from an operation. We hope The large living room and dining spent the week-end with Misses were three run North 80 yardatnS.
side. he will soon be well again. room were opened en suite and Mildred and Audrey Norman.Mr. Starke attended church here Sunday who survive. Kant boundary alongaald of Said boundary Ward city, ,tbt,

I Misses Doris and Lucile Thomas were decorated In pastel shades of and Mrs. Earl Thomas were ,, The deceased was born and thence South 80 yards< to bV'iJ,.
( Mr. and Mrs. C. Cars ton and W. reared in Bradford County near except the West 75 teat; ilS .
Western Union Moves spent the week-end In Hellbronn pink and green with a background visiting Mr and Mrs. Ralf Carroll m..ncln at $outhweetrornerof
The local office of the Western section with their grandparents of fern and potted sacred lilies. Saturday.Mr. R. Swambom spent Sunday afternoon Graham and was a resident of this of SW&'of said Section 8 and'm..t !'
;r the and Mrs. J. A. and in Green Cove Springs.: county until moving to Tampa 2 0 yards, thence run Norn
Union moved from the depot to Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Green. Miss Blrt was brought into the Harnage yards to South boundary I
:' shipping platform to care for shippers Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis motoredto room blindfolded and when the family were the guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Taylor of ,where aha with her family have re-* Ward City: thence Went on of I

f t during the berry season. Lake Butler Friday. blindfold was removed little Misses Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine Level Mlddleburg spent Sunday here with sided for the past few years. yard boundary to: be.lnnln"al"e.t 80 yards then.,, Sou\l\

Eld. Newton of Starke and H. H. I Dorothy Watterson and Shirley section Sunday. their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Survivors are ,her mother Mra. 100 feet; all In Section/ 8. 'I'own'b th.u

t' Strawberry Season Lewis attended church at Lake Geneva Colley presented to her in a very Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Starling of D. J. Byrd of Tampa; a son. Henry County South ,B Florida...ne-20- Bust, In Bra"

4 ', { The strawberry season that looked Sunday and were dinner clerver way the many gifts from the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hellbronn Springs were guests Daniel Surrency; two daughters FLOTD QREES

t, !r'J it as if it was approaching rapidly guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elam Gils- her friends. Miss Elaine Wynn Stanley near.Starke Sunday.W. Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Misses Jessie Lee and Myrtle Mae KNIGHT tit KNiamrffiftl18mtl" '
{ for a time has been retarded some rendered a very sweet and impressive E. Norman spent the weekend Hicks.C. Surrency; seven brothers, J. J.;Lee for ComptolniutNOTICH

: what by,the recent cold mornings. son.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Norman and ovation of her services in the in St. George Ga. R. Sumner and Arthur and Lewis Byrd. all of Tampa; W. _8

t,4, i; However, small shipments are going Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and little school church and community and B. M. McRae and Albert Under. were visiting friends here Taylor P.. Byrd of Melbourne, D. M. Byrdof .

forward dally by express and daughter, Agnes all of Heilbronn extended best wishes from all. bill..... ...were.. .visiting T. .N. Norman. Sunday. .LaCrosse. Tom Byrd.of Jackson- WHOM NOTICE IT JS HEREBY OIVE.il;
lP? trucks and prices and quality have section were dinner guests of Mrs. After the gifts were viewed a oucumy- as--aaaawu.--" -- iviiie, and Travis Byrd of Glen St, the County Comml MAY CONCERN lonar i,
of
r ? b been very satisfactory up to the E. J. Lewis Sunday. sweet course was served by Mra. ,There will be prayer meeting at EDDIE JAMES WIGGINS I I MarYand; four Bisters, Mrs. Rosa ford County Florida, at their(I-

p p present time. Miss Ruth Norman of Starke and Watterson assisted by Miss Alta the home of Irvin Norman Friday Funeral services for Eddie James Jon.es of Tampa, Mrs. Ethel Bar- regular held .upon meeting the 6th said day medium cf Febrt

1 Miss Ida Mae Norman of Vanderbilt Rhames Mlaa Mary Wiggins Miss night. Everybody welcome to at Wiggins, 32, who died Saturday row and Mrs. Fannie Brooks of A. D. 1934t will receive tildx for

MN t id Postal Telegraph Open section spent the week-end Elaine Wynn Mrs. 1C B. Watterson tend. night in a Jacksonville hospital, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mabel Prloe silting nlwhlnc of the cement necensary Band,material
J with Misa Verllee Lewis.J. and Mrs. J.,W. Horne. of Daytona Beach. grav.ll)!
'J; p The Postal Telegraph and Cable was held at the grave In Evergreen timber lumber a.b ntim ghlr.i
; ,M {' e Company Tuesday opened their office E. Norman spent the weekendIn Fifty-one friends attended this CARD OF THANKS cemetery, Jacksonville Monday Interment was made in the family plumbing pair. of .the, fixture Bradford. He, forth,
.;. i Jacksonville with relatives. lovely affair. We take this method of expressIng plot with the DeWitt C. Jones House (County
r' in Slim's Restaurant for the morning by the, Rev. W. C. Sale, and construction of ad'*'
.. Iy''' approaching strawberry season.. H. M. McRae and children and our thanks and appreciation to pastor of the Margaret Street Baptist Company in charge.Pallbearers thereto<< said repaint and" cnn
,
tlon
our friends who kind and are covered hv the plum,
Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine Locals were so were: William Dob-
,I Church. blue print now on file with tlufl
l, ry ? Buddington attended prayer meetIng Axil Olson and slater Mrs. R. attentive to us during our recent row, C. H. Nasworthy, R. A. New- of the Circuit Court the above
': Locals at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead, have recently been visiting bereavement: Especially do we appreciate The deceased was a native of som. O. A. Andreu, J. M. Mitchell rials with the amount of Cart
of In set out therein In
Mrs. Ruby Moore spent the Florida and had resided in Jacksonville full ant
Isaac Norman Friday night in In Jacksonville. tho floral offerings. and*,A. J. Thomas b. I Inspected at the will of ann I
week-end visiting relatlver in Jack for the three .
: Hellbronn section. Mrs James Genann of Gainesville H. D. SURRENCY, past years. pectlve bidder.
# ; f sonville. Miss Ernestine Buddington and has been the guest recently of JESSIE LEE SURRENCY, Survivors are his mother Mrs. Paderewski Polish pianist beganhis ,. Bradford The County County Comml Florida' .Hlon'henli n"

Miss Luella Tatum of DeLand la Arthur McRae motored to Jacksonville her father J. V. Jones, and her sisters MYRTLE MAE SURRENCY, Ida Wiggins of Starke and nine piano studies at the age of nerves the right to refuse: iini:
:" :t visitingrelatives and friends here And other brothers O. Z., R. C. Melvin seven in 1887.' all bids and the BucCMHful bldd,
+nk9' n last Tuesday. Mrs M. C. Sweeney and Mrs. members of the family. I ; Claude bidder. will be required 10"
,.rl to 1 this week. Little Ralph Flllman of Tampa C. L. May. and Randal Wiggins of Starke; I time warrant In paymenti In

',' H. C. Wall of Starke was a-busi la spending some time here with his Mrs. W. R. Prlngle has been the Papeete the principal settlementof W., S. and O. Wiggins of Sander Notice.PnL'IAL la hereby MASTER'S given that SALR under above.Dated January'11-, 1(14
.
4'. ness visitor here Monday after grandparents. Mr and Mrs. W. R. guest of Mra. H. D. Wasdln of Graham the Society Islands is the nv- son; J. R. Wiggins of Jacksonville, that certain decree of foreclosure; COUNTY.: COMM:I 810\E|
.. v ,, Halelop. for several days. tropolls of the southeastern Pacific and A. B. Wiggins of Fort Screven 1 and Bale rendered by Hon. A. Z. Ad- Of Bradford County, Fill
I klne. Judge of the Circuit Court of 0.. W. HINSON; Chiln
noon.Mrs.
th James Godwin of the State Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr. and Mrs O. Haynes Mrs. Just as Honolulu Is the of the Ga., and, a sister., Mra. E. W. UradforU County. Florida. In Chancery Attested" ,

rF 1"t r Farm was visiting here Tuesday children and J. W. Buddlngton P. B. Hunt and Mrs. F. M. Taylor northeast. Brjyles of Savannah, Ga. I In ..al, k; afternoon. !were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs were shopping In Starke Saturday.BROOKER '
r, tl1. ;. Dinklna L. A. Crosby Sunday.Mr. .. lugviy'or'
L.
F. : was a, visitor to ,. ." PUIUC PREFERENCE
#0 _
and 1
Mrs.
,Jacksonville Friday.. Willie Green of
Heilbronn were visiting relatives '
Miss Marion Sapp of Jacksonville it.
.P here Sunday.BOOTSEY'S. .
; is visiting friends here this ,.s old by G' 3O.8Mft I
i' week.. -f .. .
.. D< Q I e r
., Mrs. III. v. Oafaer, C...
; V. R. Reddish and Mrs.

k .. James Godwin were Is
shopping Nc x t thrive

,, Es Jacksonville Friday. BEACH The Brooker P.-T. A. held Its J largest sellimj tirosnIORE 29.4''

1 4; g Mrs. and Mrs. O. J..Phillips were ... OMklnra O... regular meeting Thursday January / < ombi nod .
e, ,r r visiting at Theressa Sunday after 11, The meting was presided over Bi

t. noon.,; by the vice president, Mrs. B. F.
y' Lee Carradlne of Jacksonville la Mr. and Mrs.' C. A. Moody of Hazen. A short program was tendered i Next 10 bost ellI -

J visiting relatives .here this week. Green Cove Springs were visiting by Mrs. Guests Mae Boree's I ing tires combined :

d 4 'O. H. Counce of Waldo their brother-in-law and sister Mr. pupils. The attendance banner was u =
was a
4 I business visitor here Tuesday and Mrs. J., L. Gasklns Sunday aft awarded to Miss Mildred Morgan'sroom. people prefer

i Those ernoon. The next meeting will be ., h

d+L{ .L 'e of Masonic attending lodges district at Hawthorne meeting Mr. and Mrs.,. W. M. Morgan and held Thursday, February 8. All combined:
children of Evergreen spent Sunday parents are asked to be present. =
Monday
a evening were A. H. Harley here the of L B.
guests Mr.
and
Crosby and Mrs. R. L. GOODYEARS
pp R. P. Jones, E. P. Dlnklna H. Mrs. [
r'.. 4 ti C. Harley and W. H. Jones. Roy Quinn. Crosby and children were transacting .
t Mr.\ and Mra., Money Thompsonand business in Starke Monday.
{' Those attending Eastern star baby of Woodlawn were visit L. R. and R .M. Gainey were
,4 0 : meeting at Starke Monday evening ing Mr. and Mrs B. L. Prlvitt Sunday transacting business in Starke Sat the Next
JW&fi Three
were Mrs. W. H.
Blgga. Mrs. A. H. afternoon. urday.,
.r. Harley. Mrs. E. B. Wells, and Mrs. Cecil Robinson few Rev. G. McGauley .
spent a daysIn E. and daugh
; W. C. /
t n Woqten.p Folkston Ga., the first of this ter.. Connl..,. nttMKtofl. ..>iitf.<* .. .".- /III
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I week with' relatives. Ices at Anthony Sunday. Largest Selling Tires Combined

Mr. and Mrs. F.. L. Connors and Mrs. G. B. Colsen was visiting

: children of Lawtey were guests of friends In Starke Friday..

i1 Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday '.1'. Miss Gttoway Webb of Jacksonville

is spending a while here with \
I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford'and her cousin Miss Louise Webb. The public that uses tires is last 18 years in successionthe'

d, I 1 baby; Robert;. and A., Crawford. I C.: S. Kellay and Mrs, Sarah Mott '' ,
best
spent the w .ek-end at Dukes the attended church services atLittle, authority ,on. tires. Goodyear'tires have outsold

guests of friends and relatives.Mr. Springs Sunday.S. ,That
public,, says Goodyear any, ,other kind ,Let us
and Mrs. I. B. Thompson and M. Mott was attending 'to '

son Ell,. together with Mr, and business at ,Worthington Monday. tires are best. 1e''. The latest show .you the reasons why

Mrs. Sebe Harris of Dukes were Prof. and Mrs I... A. Gray and conducted
nationwide
1 Y survey, Goodyears lead the field.
visiting relatives at Macclenny Mrs. Hal Hoffman of Starke passed

i-A, DONT GAMBLE! Sunday., through here Sunday en route shows that more people Backed by our expert year \ xi vf
r Errs '''f HEMO-FLEE. the frmm ointmrnt We are very glad to know Nelson to Gainesville.
i
i t Sea rceuln. Il Kwha. Ic beat*. It Prlvltt will soon be able to be prefer Goodyears than the around service you'll get more
t
+ ? H abeorba. Il iui brought comforting- out about his work again after being next three largest-selling '
relief ID thounux!*. Itwilldolheauttforyoul satisfaction ,per dollar from
19 '' confined to his home here sometime
Never before h. HEMO-FREE been sold tires combined. And for the
for due to a badly Infected hand. ZIFF Goodyears.
less than 11.))0 per tub*. So take adva-uagv
E..W.,.
ttiat of the Rosier of Jacksonville wasa
,ti ;}i, new low price) visitor here Friday. 'Mln L.U Ma. L...... C...

I r (FULL CO.D.8IZB Onfcn TUBE We) 50e|| B. E. Rosier x>f Evergreen was a
business visitor here Saturday. ,J
: A atuh ion uiramce comet with ash lubel Misa Iris ,Dicks of Worthington P, W. Lewis of Jacksonville

{' ( "HE LABORATORIESi' ""' """" Springs Is spending this week here spent Tuesday here with his parents
r O Mr and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
the guest of Miss Martha Craw
4S20 Wat Pica Bird,Loe An lca Calif.
> Henry Shaw attended
Enclosed b 50e (or lull rise! double ren di ford., church at
f "f,' ll Bibe ol HEMO-FR 8. U sot retwrtd I pet Little Springs Saturday and Sun

T nt ySOeback.Marttj Hall\ losses paid by the Montana day.Mack
r'' board of hall insurance were heavier Hough and J. W. Lewis GOODYEAR GOODYEAR
I AOCJeMa e*aea a i- in 1932 than in any other year were attending to business In Jacksonville PATHFINDER GOODYEARALLWEATHER

R i sty since 1911.f' Saturday. SPEEDWAY ,
Miss Hazel Thomas was visiting Sup r twl,' Card '' Suptrtwtst Cord
'.
; \ r Miss Btlah Lewis at Brooker Sat. Tirti Tint '

:, c.1;:y, FUNERAL DIRECTORS urday. 4.4041 5.00-19
Stn Miss Elvis Mann and Miss Fay 4,4021S 5.00.195M 720v
: t h our Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for V. to Bender Stokes spent Sunday with Misa .5' .T .
1 ;'I :fl. gM
.: EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Lula Mae Lewis.
) ,A MODERATE PRICES: Willie and Carl Prescott spent .
:
{
: i '\ DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY Saturday at Alachua with friends. 4.SQ.20 5.OO-20 4.5uV20 O.OO-20

r, ;. ,:t STARKE, FLORIDA Mrs. Mack Hough .is visiting rel- 6- *7 4* :' !
GOOD
--- atives at Alachua.: 4" S1 USE

J.f"t" r Mr. and Mrs. L W. Dyal were
'' I visiting here Sunday. 4.50-21: 5.25-18

Wake Up Yo or Liver Bile section C. C. Johns Saturday of Starke and was was accom-In our :6s.SI.. -450.21 46a..S.25-18. T.IRES

panted home by Bill Rivers who v
pf.W haa been visiting In this section. 4.75-19 5.50-19
at
--W t liou Calomel We are very sorry to report that 4.75-19 5. 5-21
: I 0 .
S .
Mrs. O. W. Rivers is IlL We hope $6700 II e.:67.: .*
she will "
soon be out again.
And You'll of M this btU Is mot bowies fneI. em i BA'R'G'AINPRICES' |
Jump Out Bed 1
Eft Mr. and Mra. J. B: .
food doeM't ....*. It Jve deeaje !I. *ke> Thomas Mr. 0th., 5fses MTIn
W in the Morning Raria to Go bonds CM bleat OB your etom.i-..i Yra and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daugh Types Proportion Other SM and
W* have thick ked ..... sad your breatk ter. Miss Haael. spent Sunday with \\Typei lit Proportion
If you soar sunk and U fo.... aklei ofUm break eu, ta Meatlabee. Mr. and Mrs.
Ai' ( the world looks l punk, don't swallow Yew head .... sadoe fed l.&ow. Henry Shaw. .
e a lot of salts, mineral water red oat. Your ...... ayeteai to poleeaed.II Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
oil, laxative candy or chewing take these load'' old CARTERS son, PurvU and daughter Lula
and them L1TTLB IJVKB: FILLS to nt u.... twopounds Mae, spent Tuesday afternoon in
to make
gum expect you Register
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of Ule ftewias1 freely auk Motor 83"
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Starke! ,, Co.
suddenly sweet and buoyant and you *'el ".. aa4 _" The:? ....UII. wo*
full of sunshine derful. karBlee*. ..eail. viisetable e-' a ,
For they tant do It. They only tnurt. emaila. who. H ami* to atakla Germany. a whole la remark. '. .-. .
'.. move the bowels and mere movement the bUo flow 14.4.: able for the uniformity of Its cli Phone 103:'' Op en8:30Lm.to.IOp.m.:
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M '' doesat get at the cause. The But dos Mk Her Km BUI. Ash. tat mate. ..StU Florida PROMPTROAD
"I reason for/ your down-and-out -.'. Little1 liver 1111' .. Leak Ass t1..asses -
', Carter Little Jr: rills. <, GOOD USED '' ,
Lfeelinc'U' your liver. 'It should .. tile ., red ......" ..... "t"1'he: Grand Canyon, of Colorado 1 TIRES |1 UP ,EXPERT ,TIRE VULCANIZING '
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III' out .two.pounds of liquid .. Pf .. .... :. was first seen by Coroaadoti slat H, '.. 'ii' SERVtfi'
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ONE STARKE;-FLORIDA;-FRIDAY; -JANUARY-19; 1934 .._--- --NUMBER SEVENTEEN .?c i-ii t



HTOR1ALS LESTER AUSTIN [SCHOOL DAYS -- By' DWIG CHAPEL PROGRAM I Gossip From A-To Z

WINNER IN LOCAL INCLUDES TALK -
Well here I am after the holidays !- ( }

to the. Best Interest of: ESSAY CONTEST _.-= FROM MINISTER with so much to tell you thatI
.
ADFORD HIGH SCHOOL -, .. do not know where to begin but I

lite Patrons and Alumnae. B. II. S. Senior Presented With Ie.Ttkg. Montgomery will make a brave attempt at it ,,
Rev. Of Methodist
Award By Local Chapter, KeicrMC fI anyway."It ,
i i Church DIMUMM Great
U. D. C. pays to advertise" I know ;' '
EDITORIAL STAFF Men
't PAIL
I 30NNA
I you have heard that many times

,HogeedEditorInChiefly Lester Austin,, is the winner of 1' M FA.UHG.Ite.P' The students-of Bradford High before but did not believe It-hut ;4,

the history essay contest held t by; it is true. Last semester In ono of
\ Sapp__Aeet. Editor-in-Chief the local U. D. C. Chapter Lesteris \ were privileged to hear an Inspir- "Lost Found Wanted red i '
our ,
Bfohn -__---.Manafflnsr Editor ing message by the Rev. B. M.
a well-known Senior, a valuable What Have You"
column. Kitty ,
Harley-Ant. Manas Editorng.Exohange last
r Montgomery Friday
Editor member of the B. H. S., Journal at the morning said that she wanted a "B" t.otQ r
local auditorium. The
hy MarwlckAeet. Ex. Editor staff and is a promising young on the white sweater that she had ? '
speaker's dealt with the
writer, several of his writings havIng message written "Dear Old Santa" to
i Jackson_._ _Literary Editor reason for the prominence of great bring ?
t Snyder. Asst. Literary Editor .been dramatized here in this In her I notice that she has the'
men our history-In Biblical
) Sohn ll___..--Sports EditorBlgge.Aeet. school, as well as winning prizes in times and also today God chose Fweater and the "B" too. (I d')n't
Sports Editordkln8Soclety magazine:; contests and once a free I-now but I think the InitlaM of the ,
these
Editor trip to Miami and Miami Beach. mop. not because they were Santa Claus that gave her the "B"

f Godwin.____--Joke Editor His essay will be sent to Rollins predestined to be monuments in the are J, M. B.) I also heard tuat S.
Jr., Asst. Joke Editor and ., light of history but because they
Anderson College entered in the state R. had already had six girl applicants -
individuals and
were God-fearing1
> Auetln..Reporter history contest there. The paper for the
Job of bringing his
Entertainment would do as their Maker bid them.
:__ stands a good chance for one of the books to school but that none of
_? Brownlee__ ___... Reporter The example of Jonah was cited
{Primary and Elementary two gold medals offered as prizes. 7a them fitted the description.
Is "If Jonah had been as many of us
Following the winning
i. that won over two others by essay Mar- are today, when the whale' ejected It was very amusing last Wednesday '

DDOETINQ YOUR TIME tha Brownlee and Lois who him on the island! he would still to see A. 10. going down the ,
Long, '
artless of any vague feeling had excellent: papers also: have felt a measure of selfish security hall with his hands over thj seat

contrary, your high school and would have further refused of his pants (I will tell you what
-
for learning. to the mission the trouble was-but don't
are years A Pioneer In My Home TownIn ; complete as you
fore start your schedule by the spring of 1879 a small God had told him. But, although dare tell a soul.) While helping! a

king your day around your band of pioneers migrated southward refusing at first, his stubborn spirit "certain little blond Junior" take
for study There are other was replaced by the love for his the current magazines out of the
from Chicago to the some-
|ble 'means of learning, such what untamed territorial, God and he only too gladly com- library the door got to him and Ca

bnversation, observation and expanseof ; pleted his mission," Mr Montgom- tare-rip.-etc.-could he help it? 9'
what is the
now sunshine state
ship, but your high, school ] of a II&Uon-our own''Florida, and -- 4 Wd ery said. : Bet he won't help the young-lady air

ir la undertaken for the purf settled at the present site of the .a The point Intended to be brought any more.

developing your_Intellectual town of Lawtey. Among those- out by the speaker Is this: We You can't guess who Mary

re..herlng. venturesome individuals composingthe have a definite place in life, and Pearce was seen with Friday night ,4

to a schedule for at colony was a cultured and refined this alone can we successfully fill. I C won't tell you his name but bo is xl!

\certain portions of the day is lady of twenty-eight, upon If we resolve to fill the place as .from Lawtey and he stutters.

tely necessary for the sue- whom we shall discourse shortly in 45T God would have us do and work In Most of the girls are rejoicing .

f an average student. Then relation to her achievements as a our strait faithfully we are chosen now that Sullivan Carter is back in

pin be surprised at the amount pioneer In my home town-Lawtey. of God to perform a great work school but-there Is always a but-, '

jcess ,time that you will have Mary S. Todd possessed a dynamic just as the prophets and other some of them are still sad., Frow

I your' former careless dallye. personality forever idealistic .r characters of Biblical history. Jratton and Frank are still out.J

No more necessity for and progressive, like a hound, '" "' eK KHkaHTooo4is After this address, Lester Austin For a while here It looked like we 4

rushes to prepare no mareg straining at the leash. Wholly un y A5 att $11o 1- winner of the local essay con- were going to lose nearly all "our

"feeling" at the thought ofs selfish she thought only of others test on the subject "A Pioneer In handsome men."

or -a test. '-those living within her own life- My Home Town," was presentedwith Moat of the football boys pU1'chaaed

las i your schedule,for work and time, and also of posterity In the ---- -- a prize five dollars In gold, them a good lookln' cord ., 'q1

though you were organlz- years to come. Although,decidedly Bright Sayings"Hello IntroducingMr. Uncle Abe CalculatesHowdy by the local U. D. C. chapter's rep- roy jacket but 1 notice that the
business. Be reasonable with
) masculine in comparison with the resentative. Lester then deliveredhis girls are them. .
wearing Everybodya
U.bat, stick to plans! fair sex tat today' Mrs ,Todd loved prize-winning eaaay. lookln' at everybody else now to ;
Edwards. Got a new Howard our new teacher la folks! Uncle Abe
and taught beauty, culture and art. ---- see whose Initials they have on
rtball Personalities A potent trace of these virtues maybe car?" getting accustomed to the new a-talkin' atcha--Abner Ephrlam SOME OP TUB SENIORS "THEIR" Jacket. ,s id

detected in the womanhood of "Yes. I went into a garage to use : "ropes" of our school and we are Ryan ter be exact. Now folks, I MAKE RESOLUTIONS You have all heard that old

'half our village today womanhood the phone, and I didn't like to come quite contented with the Instructor want it to be perfectly clear right ing, "Birds can fly and why can'tI say 4s.
ptaln Prow Strickland He baa taught school for twelve here that I had much fetchin'
that was early girlhood in tha day away without 'buying something. ain't -
started his football career asd before (Although they are late our mot- ? have you not? .Well,'' we are
this and
years practiced law wild and
of "Aunt Mary"Soon : up-always WUE a wooly
to Is "Better Late Than Never.' soon gonna have another
I under Coach Lovell. Whenh for five. ) wing on A
He seems to have quite a feller, but I'm a-trusting' ye to overlook
Larson took the helm In after the "settlement had Lady: "Excuse me, do fiose start on the rest of Lois Long-To loose at least the school house-that will make
vs. these conteqlJencethat is,
i be was shifted to a halfback taken root, Mrs.: Todd organizedtbe tatoo marks wash off?" wenty pounds before graduation two--then watch us fly.
He from Williston Flor- If that's the right word fer It. Le'shope
lion following the Injury of Ladies' .Village Improvement Sailor; "I couldn't say, lady." comes Bunnie Canova--To gain at least Permanents are all the "vogue a
of Lawtey the second old- Ida, and Mr. Gray was a schoolmate so, anyways. So much fer '' "
Society : around here
Those
Tyson. In 1933, as captain twenty pounds before graduation now. who have' itl V
halfback,' he led his,, teamugh est club of any kind''In-the state. "Sidney' my' daughter" says of his in former years, Which that. Now, to get right down to Lula Red&ravNever to have recently gotten new ones ate:
in itself speaks wellvfor him. the pl'nt I'm a-drlvln at, I want to 1
Mrs. Todd was president of this
i one of the most successful that you're planning to elope with I another operation Katheryn Haynea, Opal Gllsaon, y
teal! a thing or two about me: "
order for during Mr.' Howard is yet
ons i It has ever bad This _a- twenty "years her, and I want to give you fair now coaching theboys' I been hangln' aroun' this here A. B. Wall-To quit chewing tobacco Elizabeth Holll gsworth-oh, dear
which time the village was kept In basketball team. Here's
Ehe reached his peak as a run- warning." hop- (especially during school I have forgotten the rest ,
such excellent sanitary .condition Ing he them to for little burg they calls Buckshot .
pushes
land passer Strickland's servo victory hours. I heard that all the girls had a
"Well, sir, what is it? Center ever since I wuz waist highto
and its otherwise tasteful Bradford.So '
the team both offensively appearance 'swell time" at Mrs. T, T. Long'sthe
that it was rated by state "That ladder of mine out in the a June bug, an" that's been'roun' Lois Adklns-To be the next ;
defensively will be greatly \ far our new Instructor has en- other night but some of the
is crooked. I enlisted in Helen Wills. +rn
ed !in the future. He was a health officers as one-of the clean.est garage Joyed teaching here, and intends to eighty year girls (like me for Instance) would 4,
villages In the state. .- the Civil War when I woe a lad !In Richard Theda-To quit blush-
continue have to show off their
er of rare all around ability I enjoying It., Ignorance. ( s
1th his going we will miss onee First, streets had to be designed Mrs. Carpenter; "Who,, was All of the students welcome Mr. my 'teens--never got Into a battle, ng. That's all this week, folks. See

moat outstanding backs ever and laid off 'and with their own I burled In Grant's tomb?" Howard cordially to their midst though, an' it's purty good' thing, Marjorie Stump-To be the next you again soon. .1,""< +
hands, .Aunt Mary and her lady co- too--that Is, effln' they'd a been Gracie Allen. t
erform for Bradford High : Woodfin "Dunno, but wasn't it :and sincerely hope he continues to 1
L, His departure from the workers furnished much of the la- the same guy that was President enjoy teaching us. anybody 'twlxt me an' my line of Mary Pearce--':'To be a man- TAKE! IT OH LEAVE IT

.will' leave a gap hard to :b!:Ie bor. Then,. beginning to assume during Grant's administration?" I retreat. Never used /lny llkker In hater,
the responsibility which made her my life, but effln' I l hadda I prob-
A. E.'s New
the outstanding figure In Lawtey'a WOULDN'T IT BE FUNNY IF- bly wudd'n be here a-tellin ya now. Katheryn Haynea--To quit eating Year's resolution .is %
to be
on time to (
school "
Gypsy: 'Til tell your fortune. :,' Some folks Insists that whisky is a between meals. every
history, she supervised the tree- ---
atton Cooper, fullback, earnedrat morning. ((1) ;
Lola A:!r "How much?" medicine but the trouble Is Jimmie Peek To
which good quit vampingall
planting movement, now poor
:letter ,this season, 8.8.. A cents." Dorothy were Instead of Bunnie Is "sweet sixteen" (more
for.' Like* Strickland, he has through the intervening years, has Gypsy "Twenty-five Ritch. they ain't no directions on th' bottle the girls. or less) and never been kissed! I II t

eeI'every minute of each quar-j grown into the chief beauty of ,the, Lois: "How did you guess it? Lois were'ahort'tnlltead' of Long. an' even effln' they wuz, peoplewuddin' Lester Austin-To begin wearing Lula has bad another operation., ;

Members of the society J foller "em. pats and gloves with
all this season's games. own Kitty were a caUhead Instead of my bow-tie It seems to be getting a habit.;
ed 1 his worth this season as a themselves- procured many of the A. Tft.! "tx/hnfta. .-. .your, n_ _f_.vorlt.m._ ___n :_- a Hogsed. I always'wua ar purty good hand Woodfln Halle-To be the "star" Three ot the Senior boys have '
trees from the forest transported : '; at talkln'. Some folks talk is pupil !In history class.
defensive man as well as a vie star? Lula were a bluegrave instead of say left -school------ (graduated) Girls.
able player to pack the ball on them by wagon to the village, and S. R.s "Mae West"A. a Redgrave. cheap. Wall that's jest accordln', Norman Johns-To learn new girls, what shall we do? < r''{r

[plunges We are sorry to losea seated them where they now stand. K.l: "She reminds me of' the Marjorie were a tree Instead of You go an' get one of them thar tactics with the teachers as my Are the girls rejoicing! Sulllvai '

fine all around player and The society next turned its at- Northwestern Mounted" a Stump. lawyers ter do It fer ya and It ain't I eyes are getting sore from wink (Ladles' :Man) Carter has returned 4
-
i sport,-as Cooper., tention to a system of rubbish dis S. R..: -"How?'" A. E. were a floor instead of a so awfully cheap., ing. to school. '

,- posal. It was a rare thing to see A. E.:' "She always gets her Wall. Now, If they's' anything''' I has Joe Shufford-To grow at least Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carponf

aDk Tnrnun, end, won his first even a scrap of paper laying man." Joe were a new-Ford instead of my dislikes agin. It's one of these I two feet taller the coming year. walked home from school the other

I' this season as well as post !around on the street for any length Shoeford. new-fangled autennobiles-horse- Nelson Falkner-To begin hav-

[ on the .All-Conference eleven of t.imeThe story is told of a Senior "Yes I came face to Woodfin were rain instead of less carriages, as they uster call 'j ing Just one girl at the time day.Kitty has lost her "giggle"i

i an exhibition as he showed In store clerk who was In the habit of face with a lion once. To crown it Haile. 'em. As fer me, I'd ruther ride a Carlie Falkner-Not to have too (Found by Martha B.) 'H

t., Augustine game la hard to sweeping his rubbish out -on the an I was alone and weaponlessand Lillian were an iceburg Instead carriagelees horse, but I'd still many boys on the string at,, one' A new annex Is being built on to
L After having been ineligible street each morning. .Mrs. Todd's -" of a Stem berg. ruther walk. Walking the first time: the school '

931. Frank ,did not return in Inquiries as to the identity of the Freshman (nervously) : '"What W; T were strong Instead of thing I ever larnt to do an' it 'pears S. R. Johns-To Improve my la- Mary Pearce has a new ring on r+

but came back in 1933, tookt party were unfruitful until ,she did you do?" Weeks.' I halnt_ never fergot how' ,tar go Elness. her left hand. (Not trying to holdout a

subjects to graduate at the herself arose early, one morning, Senior: "What could I do? I Jimmy were a mountain instead about It yet Billy Parker-To get to school at on us are you Mary) o

I of the semester played. tackle crept downtown, and caughttheclerk I tried looking straight into his of a Peek An' some o' these young folk:! least once a week. Miss Myrtlce has, been begging P,

ell aa end, won a letter. All' in the act. So strenuously eyeballs. but he began to crawl up Elizabeth were s' Nunnaly Instead even has the nerve to offor me one Kitty Hogaed-To be the class for money (Library fees current gel

erence end,'recognition as the did she reprove his indolence that on nib. Then 1 thought of plunging of a Hollingsworth. o* them thar, 'er--ciggerettes, If giggle-lo. vents, etc.)

t and spark-plug of the Torna-. he afterwards lent the Ladies' Aid my arm down his throat. grab- Beatrice.were a major Instead of hat's what you call ,'em-them <*

and he also played on .the his sincere support. bing his tail and pulling him inside -* a Minor.. what say they haunt a cough in a

Ice All-Star team.When Frank Not .unmindful of her ,many out but I decided it would be John were'an' out-man Instead of carload. Wall as far as I'm concerned t

lives. his diploma he can be well friends whom she outlived Mrs.' too dangerous. Yet he kept creepIng an Inman. they haint a smoke In a

red that he has completed Todd 'determined .that their last up, and I had to think fast." Dorothy were black Instead of I millyun of 'em An, still they con For Extra-Fast

successfully: his four months place of rest should be a spot of I Freshman: "How'L did you y>t White. tends that my pipe Is ,strong

beauty, and to this end she worked, away?" Lester were 'a Chevrolet Instead of enough to knock yer down.. Wall,

...., keeping the mounds in perfect Senior t "I Just left him and .an Austin.. I been a-puffin on this here same ts

orman Johns; guard, won two shape and decorating the cemetery passed on to the ,other cage." I Miss Myrtles were' a plumber Instead ole corncob fer 'bout sixty year, an' Relief

>ra as a guard at Alachua High with growing trees, shrubs and of a Carpenter. I'm a-klckin' yet..

(added another this season with lowers. Coach Instead of Now, you young folks what's
town are experts In the domestic were. a parson a '
Tornadoes. Johns has been one Another outstanding' feature of arts of sewing and knitting. Larson I a-ll3tenln' at me, I'm powfly sorry, 1,
e outstanding linesmen in the :Mrs. Todd's achievements was her but I jeBt'gotta sign off fere this
Dorothy were a honey Instead of Demand And Get
In short Todd has been to
season and his presence has I organization of a reading circle Mary a Sapp.' ..here time, an' I hopes yer all likes "

well appreciated at all times ,which later developed into the best the village of Lawtey what George Annie Laurie wero u a sucker instead me as good as, I. does' you an' I ,

ever he has played his last public library in the state. ,The old Washington was to our United of a Tucker.. hopes yer foller my advice for experience -

e in Tornado uniform.. His town hall was the'rendzvous'forthe States in Its infancy. Fifty-five Irma U ,th' best teacher, yer
ink-well
were an Instead of
leaves a great vacancy to beuer town's literary matter until it years have lapsed stales Aunt MaryTodd's a StockweU. know/ ,Wall; I hopes yer all lotsa GENUINE '
like enclycopediaan advent into the spotlight of Q {,
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was a gigantic Herbert were ,a smoke-ham In- luck. So Til be a-aeeln' yer'nex'week.
information our observation- he observed her
Instructor an .
steam nr a Peckham' I Y
Williams, guard, did not eau for alL, eighty-fifth birthday January. ft- BAYER
tout'for_ football until 1933., ,in The final and most lasting phaseof but this) stride of time has only Arwood.George were hardwood Instead of BTABKJB! DROPS FIRST GAME AYER I

served to strengthen the bonds of After considerable difficulty
Senior year. This. season he Mother' Todd's benevolent accomplishments having -
l his first letter as a guard. Al- was) her cultural ed- tender and loving friendship that of Robert were a Dutchman! instead I in organizing' a girl's basket- ASPIRIN_ '

ugh Williams was not rated as a cation ofthe, younger generation bind her to aU who are privlledeg. Bunnie Chapman. Insteadof ball team, the Bradford High girl's

t stringer, he always filled in Herself an accomplished pianist, to share her acquaintance.As : Canova.were:' a turnover team dropped the first game of the

bly and was much in evidence vocalist,and seamstress, Mrs.Todd I stroll homeward after school a season to Green Cove Springs by a
Lola
>n given a chance We are sorhat organized the young people, and each afternoon and pass beneath the of Adklns.> were a divide-kins.-* instead close score of 98. The Starke team Because of a unique proem In

this will be his last year as taught them singing music, and "towering branches of those monarchs Carlie was leading until the last quarter manufacture Genuine Bayer Aspir. t
of the forest whose were a "Spooner" instead when Green Cove gained the lead in Tablets are made to disintegrate does harm
tornado.Editor's., ewing In her own beautiful home. majestic of not the heart. So (U yon
She accepted no tuition from her position they owe to Aunt Mary I a Faulkner. and managed to hold it the remain- -or dissolve-INSTANTLY you want QUICK and SAFE relief.. F
think of two linen from : :Martha were. a towel instead of lag minutes of the take them. Thus they start to work that 1
Motet This is the first pupils. Besides turning; out the Joyce KlImer'a game. you get the real Bayer article. '
i series of Snior Football Per- aunty's best pianists and vocalists, poem, "Trees'; .a Powe1LSullivan The Starke lineup was .. Forwards InGIIIStart "taking hold" of Always look for the Bayer cross on 'N
were a sharer instead of even a severe headache "
ties The remainder will beUahed Mother Todd proudly claims the tutorship t "Skeet" Susan and Mildred ; neuralgia. every tablet illustrated, 4)
"Poems are made by fools like a Carter. neuritis or rheumatic pain a few
me. Hundly centers Frtnk above, and for
in Myrna the words
next week's Issue.} of George Cousins who for n
But only God make I Pansy were icecream Instead of minutes after tskiag.
years thrilled the radio audiences can .a tree. : : and Marjorie Stump; guards, Marjorie GENUINE BAYER '
liver dollars tore the unusual the Cone. ,.' and Dorothy Marwlck. 'And they provide SAFE relief ASPIRIN on every bottle
of f nation Texas radio
a through a. TrulY. they'are a living for
monument With Genuine
*Hal L an due apologies to.the AU players regret having lost for BAYER ASPIRIN or package.OtMUINI ]
used for'tilingg the floor station with his splendid voice. The to a great and beloved woman "Whirlwind y ,
paper from which we] Bradford la the first. and
bar in Havana women ,,citizens of today' in: our -Mary z..Todd "Aunt game
L .. ,. Mary. received this brilliant Idea.. hope to win the .UTM ASPIRIN DOM NOT HAMM TOT ;
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: PAG POUR! BRADFORD COUNTY>> 'TELEGRAPH.: STARKE.! FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY. 19'19S&

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PHONE MEN NOTICE OF 'TEACHERS:
TO HEAR EXAMI.
P.-T. A. Held Meeting

Wednesday; noo + Do You .Knf'Ui'(?', +' ," TALLAHASSEE--Following receipt NATION-

,
The Parent-Teacher Associationheld 'J of many complaints from tel.,
!5JetJAtr their regular monthly meeting' ..1 '. '.1.1PA.A. ephone companies operating In twa! : it S egsOfls. desiring to take Teacl .
era Examination for
Wednesday afternoon .with the state against existing: rates claimed certificates
will at.the
to be and report co Vt house (n
president Mrs. L. F. Smith preside "unjust unreasonable/ i Starke
Florida .Febttiary 1,
-- the Florida Commissionbaa 193
big and 'Miss: Isabel Fernandeacting Railroad
ready tb begin"work at 8:00 !
i r '' ;i Mrs.. Biggs Hostess Fortnightly Music Club as secretary. A announced that the telephone This means/ Thursday at:eight o'clock, not
be
companies will given an oppor-
At Bridge Luncheon The Fortnightly Music Study Miss Marjorie Stump favored solo the tunity to show cause why existing ten. Applicants will need pens,'
with
audience a lovely piano
: :Mrs. E.! L. Biggs, chairman 'of Club met Friday evening at the after which Mrs. H. C. Rltch reada local and long distance rates should Ink and paper.' '-

4 $' beautification, of the Woman's home of Dr. and Mrs E.- L. Biggs selection entitled "You Must," not be reduced. Chairman Eugene A, X ORIFFI3 Supt.

V Club, was hostess to three tables of with Mrs. E. K. Ferryman by Angelo Parti. Mrs. T T. Long Matthews of the Florida Railroad 1-19-21-2-26 .

k bridge players Saturday at her leader, the sub Commission has set February 13 as
read an original paper on
"Franz Schubert, His Life andCompositions" "111/1I1I11/111/11/1/"I/III'"IIIIIIIIII/II1I11I/.mll1llllll/ / /, // / / /. mnmminunaeSEE /' ; ;
', the date of the hearing.. "All Inter-
N S i home on Walnut Street at a benefit ject of "Heroes and Hero Wor-
4r bridge luncheon. was the study of ested parties will have an opportu-
) the evening. Mr. John H. Powell ship. .
nity to be fully heard; reads the
i An artistic arrangement of calendulas sang two beautiful solos "Who Is :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez school health I commission order. "See You Later"JANUA'itY

and pink radiance roses Sylvia" and "The Erlklng." nurse gave an I excellent report .
added brightness to the rooms of The following victrola recording' Mrs. H. C. Bitch, treasurer stated
k ,' this home where the players In a lot of the modern email 23
,
lovely were also used: that she had paid a bill of $11 for
:i : enjoyed several progressions 'of "Ave Maria," sung by John McCormick medicine etc.<,< used by the, health \-' homes In Europe they have revolvIng AT TtltlWOMAN'S !
pantries to afford more room.
M bridge. .' ur ,
I with violin obligato by nurse. ,
Mrs.: Biggs served luncheon bn' Krelsler; "Serenade" sung by Julia The'second'grades taught by Mrs N of all frame Kentucky construction.school buildings are / dLUB

the card tables to the following Culp; "Marche Mllltalre," piano Rltcb was awarded a prize for SPONSORED! BY TIIE)

.1 players: Mrs. I.. A. Davis, Mrs. W. solo by Leopold Godowskl and having the, largest' number" of patrons a American Legion AuxiliaryOF

c E 2 Torode, Mrs. H. -AtcLendon, "Symphony in B Minor" called the present, ., Prior to Gabriel Fa renhelt's STARKE
i Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs T. T. unfinished symphony played by; The president appointed Mrs. W. discovery of 'mercury thermome-

,M Long', Mrs. H. C. Rltch Mre.'I. D. the Victor Concert Orchestra.. H. Hart aa/ vice-president to till ters alcohol, was used to detect Chi"dmw ..enSomulnnt&.wnnung;)

Vining,.Mrs. D. A. Montleth," Mre. The next meeting will be held the vacancy caused by the death ot I changes In temperature. ",,,, "' m jinn "' | "'''''''',< I I.,
w"qf r O.' L. Haynes, Mrs. J. H. Klnlaw Friday evening, January y 26, at Mrs. MaybelleAlderman. -

,and :Miss Lucille Mitchell. 7:30 o'clock at the home'of ,Mrs. Proto Leon A. Gray announced!

R. S. Fernandez. Miss Isabel Fer- that on January 26, at 7:30: at the .

4 Woodmen Circle' Meeting nandes will have charge of the school house :Mr. Filer of Miami '
1 : program and will take..MacDowelaa will, talk on the subject of better SPECIAL LOW PRICES !

The Starke'Grove, Woodmen Circle her subject. schools for Florida. All patrons

will hold Its regular meeting and others interested in educationare

Tuesday evening January 2,>at'the With a population' of 479,142, urged to attend this meeting.

4r eu, Maaonio Hall. All members are Somerset Eng., has about one per- i COFFEEReally

i asked to attend. '? ", ,,. son to every two acres. W.. M. S. Business Meting ..
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The regular business "pro c.N.HNl a.drq-
..
meeting of the Baptist Woman' -
gram Hudson' Bay FRESII COFFEE Is Ground Before Your
of the Eyes
.f the factories or trading ports
:Missionary Society was held at many
THAT still their origins! slt.s and b..',,their' orlllinal! !
4 ? the church Monday afternoon with occupy and most Important. of these I. pictured 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE! BOKAR
r raame.f On. of the oldest
,i twenty-five; members present ., It le York .. It was founded In 1172 and stand on the "Mild "Perfect "Coffee
Is'1 Ueing. Mra.' A. M. Darby presldent'';of above.north bank of *. Haye7 River In Manitoba about three (Kille.Jrem Mellow" Blend" Supreme"

', the society had charge of the devotional the point where the river emptlee Into Hudson Bay. The .
N' I service which was closed aoer.e of muoh etrlfe and bloodshed Purina the strulI!:!i.' between the ( lbl7c Ibl9c(: Ib21c

t: with a prayer by Mrs. W. J. Ep- British and French for the dominion of,Canada.Woman's o

,'F person"on..."For the Gospel of His

:; ; icquaintedbhSWith. lives Kingdom In 1934.to have" first place In,our Club Sponsors Circle No.,1 EnjoysSpendtheDay LD MEDAL, "KITCHEN TESTED"


t Mrs. E. C. Priest leader of Clr- Series Benefit;Teaa Party F LOU R

i i ele No. 1, presented the program The Woman'sClub' of Starke laponsorlng Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. M. n .1xte PLAIN OR SELFRISING
es a Wfl II iii I for the afternoon which opened ,a.seriesof( vanishingteas S. are enjoying a spendthedayparty 12-Lb. Bag ,24-Lb. Bag'59c

"' farmers findfarmIng with the song "Sweet Hour,/ot for the benefit of the club today( tKUyrat'the) home NfRlfCOUOMYRUtt3

conditions'I Prayer." The subject for-the Af.t-} and ''the' first of' this 'series was of their leader, Mrs. E. C. Priest $1.15

i1 rnoon" was "The I beginning'' ;; given by,the clop,p..aeaideDt: ,.,.Mra. on Call Street., The day will be
.
!
;"-'(fn'Bradford County;', 'I msslonaryEnterprtse.<< ::' /'M1'I. W E. Mldd1;tob.;: at the ,club houseon spent to quilting'a quilt'' for the DELICIOUS- GELATIN DESSERT
Priest gave a talk on the Old and Friday,aftehtoon. January 0.; parsonage and completing other
vre have decided to New Year and Mrs.. W. J. Epperson Among these who ,have enter sewing for the circle.

carry a complete have a splendid' reading 1 on tained,.recentiyVreffttn : A n ,SPARKLE 2 Large 5-oz. pkgs. 9c
"What Is Missions?". Mrs. Herbert Surprise Birthday Party :
entertained
E. Lr-Blgga
:
line ofSEEDS alll- interesting -
EL. Priest gave an
eJ morning* at her borne on Juanlta Barefoot was given a
reading, "God th__J Father Friday SPARKLE. DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE
i Walnut Street at.bridge; Miss Lillian surprise party Tuesday afternoon '
and Missions." Mrs. E. W;' Hayes
k Stump entertained for her from five to seven o'clock at the
also took a part on the program:.,_ PUDDING PerPkg .5c
c mother, Mrs. F.'F.-Stump, Friday home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.P. ,1
34' During: the business meeting ,
.
Mrs. J. H. Lord handed In her res- attel'DOOl1Mr..tI'; ; -T.. Long was M. Barefoot, the occasion being
hostess to a number of the young her twelfth birthday anniversary.
DEL
gnation as secretary which was MONTE LUSCIOUS YELLOW CLING
|!C accepted with 'regret ,and Miss folks Saturday evening at her Games and cvntesta were enjoyedin
"' home Mrs D. P. Carpenter entertained the living room which was dec-
;
'' }' All Carefully Selected From Ethel Moore was appointed to fill PEACHES No.21Can 15c
at''sewing party Monday orated with narcissus and potted Large
the vacancy. It was also voted to ,
evening';:at her, 'home on' Cherry; plants: ,
retain the officers and leaders from
Street ,.Mrs. ';A.. Z. Adklns enter- Late In the afternoon light refreshments -
: ,SP DEVELOPED :
; CIALLY DEL MONTE
,. January 1934, to January 1935 In- FANCY TENDER
I tamed Tuesday:,.,fternoon at her were served to the ten
stead of from October 1933, to October -

0 :VARIETIES.i .. Mrs.. 1934.:.J.:M. Brownlee'Mrs: W.7:,I. I bstesa home-MrBfftVQi-) to ", 'nyxnber'/.or; Halle; was friends alBa :little gathered friends'Of to help celebrate''Juanlta: whO'-Miad.this.occasion PEAS No. 2,Can ''15eBROOKPORT :":
-
,
.. I Tuesday afternoon?;Mr a,;E.: S. Mat. by the little honoree's moth-
Wall and Mrs. ,J. K. Wilson presented
1 .1.; to the "society six flower hews audi'Mrs;"H. B. 'McLendon er'and sister,':Mrs'.'P. M.>Barefoot TENDER GOLDEN BANTAM

were Jolnt:..hostesues :Tuesday,afternoon and Mr\ ...,LJoyd Green.. '
baskets for the church, and they ,
Limited SupplyIlbanhi1Seed with musical )' 'I ;
t ) at a tea a program

\ were tn appreciation given a rising for this vote gift.Of thanks ; Misses hOll.es Katie.,and Wednesday VirginiaFugata 10. Erf-S.-'Meets- .;., #''J..Jf'-:' CORN 3No.2Cans 29cPLAIN

I Mrs. Darby Invited Circle No. 3 were II The Starke chapter,' Order 'of
Peanuts afternoon to'ai' of theyounger
; to meet with her in February, Circle .number Eastern: Star 'held Its regular OR MIXEDSWEET
at their home.
No. i In March, and Circle No. set i meeting Monday evening at the ,
I i These, teas are proving to, be PICKLES 25Oz. Jar' 19c
r :, 2 In April. Masonic hall, with the new worthy ,..
popular"d'' more are I
""Quality Your The meeting closed with a prayerby quite. many week.'ECONOMICJ'HIGHLIGHTS. matron Mrs. W, J. Epperson, hi
Siarke Hardware the president. ,>>, planned for the/coming charge., FANCY
.
,, ; '
f 4? After the business meeting a social -
EVAP. '
PEACHES 2 Lbs. ,
Is OurWatchword Patronage 25c
.. ,
n Scholars have smaller 'wrlnklM" .' hour was enjoyed when the
& FllfMtlrB to.A..t In their brains than'th l\;,average awi a." :*H 55pjryWttial's M wMr 'the hostesses for the evening, Mrs. O.
le (' ] ,, '; person and therefore'lave more Short, A: Anderson Mrs. Q.W. Aldermarand SUNNYFIELD, QUICK COOKING
: : I general forecaa '!'or the present -
apace for tha"connecting: tissues session of Congijasa.!'Unless there's Mrs. ''P.' M. Barefoot served OATMEAL, :1-Lb. Pkg. 7c

that may rule Intelligence. .?,/ a'tarnfio':reversal the attitude light f .refreshments.. A ,

c. ((1 .I' taembers.Jthe. executivelegislative Joseph Scott, of Pontypoof-, Eng FANCY, SANTA CLARA-70-80 Size

honeymoon,will go on much in arrears $140 on his rent, was or- PRUNES fc Lbs.
LDOK HERE FRIENRSIA it: did last i The least '' ,15c
'fi rsy'' ''Ply as ) ef sion.y ; dered to pay, at'rate-, that. ,will
'Si .
ptimtstle estimates place; .,hdi take twenty-one years.'
Roosevelt's margin of, control,, aa

in being each a little bouse.better It will than probably two-thirds be Juicy' ORANGES, Doz. ',lOc
DOLLAR SAVING OFFER '

larger number than of Democratic this Inasmuch(, Senators as a RITZ. THEATRE Large, Yellow BANANAS,. 4 Lbs. ,15c


4 --.. ... and -Representatives administrative who ,Tiay,*. t* f81 r"\'f-R.In1rFLORID.' \ Large Head. ....LE".UCE7/ c '
been
criticising
; t'' By Spoclal A"-...... with tile WadingMazaztn.s' of tho> ''6. measures rather bitingly are sure PROGRAM I Large Jumbo 'CELERY, Stalk :lOc''

,. Country We Bring You the Blggott. Bargain. of All Tlmo"'.".':e-?-? :I to fail in love when roll-call time Fresh
arrives.,. When It comes to enforc- BEGINNING FRIDAY..AN.19 RHUBARB, Lb. lOc
f ? Subscriptions'' : 3 Famous Magazines.with A N.1K or Renewal" ing party, regularity the DemocrcaU '

i Order for This N.wipap.r. 1 .f., rr 1It. N leaders always have been exceptionally FRIDAY JANUARY 19 Fresh, SQUASH ; Lb. lOc
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4 --... '\. ALL,4. ON LY'. .. it good ''AThe'Republlcan.
MAKE attitude Is Inter .
I . a.; "Before 'Midnight" -
UP/YOUftj6WN i CLUB eating, Neither Souse la overpopulated WESSON OIL Pint Can 19c
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***.'* CHOOSE with Republicans, and the Ralph Bellamy, June Collyfjr ,
A i i SP leaden .aren't ,'going to,.. take "Radio "
I 1'Magazine From 'Group/4A"' 00 ... chanter."' of further reductions in .. t'' Roundup""Sing 'COLD STREAM

i strength when *he.election. roll M and ,PINK.SALMON .Tall Can '12c-
2 Magazines From Group "B" around once more. Strategy will Babies Sing"SATURDAY : : .
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And be to remain fairly quiet to'cooperate ,"' ,
1 GORTON'S
with,the*: ll1ent.,'to keepan

TtS:: PSCT.VIPAPEW: : ((1 Full Y....) IV/HYPAY', eye out for changes In the flow ., JANUARY 20 CODFISH CAKES, 10-Oz.Can '15c
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), MORE? I of public opinion ''A strange the- .
ory la the main cause of this., The "WHIRLWIND"TIM '

(h'e correspondents, of both ad- BISQUICK,. Package '35c:
y+' Your Choice of Any On. A' ;Your Choke of Any Two ministration and opposition news. McCOY

Magazine In This Group. Magazine In This Group papers, practically unanimously report Also EXTRA TASTY, Specially Cared,''FULL CREAM
MOTHER GOOSE MELODIES -
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GROUP: A), v-v,' 'GROUPBQ that In their Journeys about 'and SCREEN SNAPSHOTS ,: '
he country they find disappointment
1 Ions CHEESE 2lbs. 3si
Better '
t 1 w C MeCalTe ...(.... lL_>_t Yr.I Oucdeas ".' 1" In the workings of the recov : .

C ._'. Home Comp...Yr.' 0 Woaum.World .' I ery program, among the' bulk of SUNDAY; MONDAY '
v C Pictorial ....le>r .i Yt.. 3 Hhold Map ae. I yyri'' the voters--and find also that Mr. TUESDAY FRESH GROUND *

Q Kcreea Play __ ...t Yb C 13 Mtedlecrafi f'JI'', I Roosevelt's personal popularity Is JANUARY 31-82-23
> O Helly reed' Uorle Uag.I Yr. Good Stories 1'fW ata unimpaired. Is ;'perhaps' greater '
r n Q Op n load I(Boa-t'l'',. Country Home ,. :2- than ever. Walton' WlndaeU'. MEAL or 'GRITS 5 Lbs. lOc(

l i i '' o) Patbllndw ( ,...1'1''e. 8ueowMFarming : Iyt Mr. Roosevelt' speech to .Con- "Broadway .Thru A ,
O rtegtotfae Farmer 27ft .
f WTkly.M e. ,
1 Southern _' grass was about what it was expected PURE: VEGETABLE .
[] Agrlculturtit
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fit y Twg ? Keyhole" SHORTENING 2-Lb.Caa: "*-Lb.Can
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4dJtasadtiffd And Your Cforitt ./Any OM > to be. He expressed the be-
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; @e....-.., THREE her that his measures were getting Constance Cummlnf Rosa Co- ,SNOWDRIFT
,. THREE IN ALL>, ., IN ALI somewhere said recovery was act- lumbo Paul Hefty BloMom Seek 25c: :37c
k ually on Its way forecast that, in ,
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y, Gregory Ratoff. Texas:
the main, the present program Odn... Eddie Foy,Jr. France WHITB HOUSE EVAPORATED
1 a.d; 1.__ 'f. would be continued unchanged.The '1.
WUUame, Abe Lyman and Ills '
: speech was forensically persuasive
.,. 11leeeIae>t... ..., ... Ned the 1baes tagat w neatly phrased aa always met an Band MILK 3 Tall Cans 17c
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: .There are no ttrlnffallitacbcd to this cbMlnd wfth a r.rt ..'bectlD..lea ta row j ..s...,.. excellent' 'response.' WEDNESOAY.TIltntSDAY. .. ,r;;, .. 'd1t1f1rl.q& 1JI
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su..t otR.P..D wa.e'ehaDced to "superintendent '.' '! .. ..
: ,n waIs 1 b pvpd. es.hgrSyYn'5J police. *. : "

t .t' ...... IIA4 8..... V MVOTHWMMHM- HMM Marguerite Churchill: ,. \ ,.
) About one-half of the people of'BBolIvlaarelndtana,4 Chaise THE GREATATXaNTIC'& PACIFIC 'EA"COMPAN1
FarreU.Cfcarlto Raggles ,
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Mrs., James Shepard and Miss :_._ _
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Cleo spending Shepare several of HUItard Guys ,here have' .with.,been NAT SEZ: Li ,And the %Worst is Yet to Come-'- .op

their daughters and sister', respectively ., '' .t. ..;.;1. t ATt.A.S:
tits of I' Well folks rm kost \ ; : ;
going to be 4
rt '
'J .. ;,;: Miss Lena Belle Shepard, '.'
who' has been"t1t'with a'HVel'e'.t- atA 3 eatge party Saturday morning '. ', .,' t.(" ,, 'W'f.. ti ti.T11e
'I.I''P' ',, .. the
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and
all the
tack of at the home of kids In \ '"
tonaUltls her
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., Standard Oil
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the-'touJaty: are '-'
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aI" I"N brother-in-law and'sister Mr. and .
Loc Invited. It's a "
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Mrs. Carl A. Knight. '
kids (( Tire Guaranteed
I free show* ttf'\f '.,
Male students at San joat, Calif., so you w6n%
Concerning Our Popl, Bus Jness andProgrtf State College have organized a !have to ask daddy I One Year "

"date club"' to 'flU orders,) for male for a ,,nlckley! _"Q s.
of thf and Town.Mr. : ,
County '
I IL companions. or a dime to-5 ___ C .. *.......... 4 .
.. take, it In.: AU' ___ ,, l
I The smallest book in the world Is you ,have to'dpi; ___ :
a complete copy of the "Rubaiyat" It to' be therevand j __ .
;
:; : Frigidairethe I
and Mrs. D. C.: Klnlaw spent Mr., and :Mrs:, Lee McArthur ot of Omar Khayyam-which la five- be ,there AtY i iI di

Thursday. in Trenton. : Jacksonville were guests Monday sixteenth Inch square and one- early if you'j i
I of Mr. and Mrs. A..H. Hall.. : eighth inch thick.SUNDAY. want, to get a,. .
Mrs. A. I* Sullivan of Tberessa' I teat. vir ,r'. 1' three year guaranted : ,
{
was a visitor to Starke Saturday. I Mr.: and Mrs. Lloyd Green and I i 'i
Mrs. P.M.' Barefoot were 'Visitors DINNERSUGGESTIONS .lJit electric refrigerator -
I Wouldn't it be fine if.we could allbe' F
p
Rosenberg of Lake Butler to Waldo Thursday afternoon.' b'r '>
Dell' visitor here Mon- kids'' again for a little while. .== w .__s. ) ,-'It ., M1
was a business Besides having folks set you up to ,
L. A. Brown, L. O. Hazen, H. P. -
day. ________ ___ a free show you don't have to pay i
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and L. R. Galney of Brooker were .
I any income tax,and the only thing .. .. For sale bySmith's H
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Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of New attending to business here Tuesday THE household marketer should you have to worry about Id whether ..
River was a visitor to Starke Tues I A find it easy to provide her family Constantinople la spelled with a Cor
with varied diet
a and yet keep within
her budget these days.Meats a K. Yeah, it must be great Service Fi
Proto H.i .B. Wiggins of the' ,i '
day.A. are relatively low la price. I I'1 t tStation"
A. Durdeu of Madison was a I Brooker school faculty was a business Especially low even compared to last Well, all you kids toe at,the Rita I
business visitor to Starke! Wednes- I visitor here'Saturday after- year is fowl for fricassee. Fish are at'10:00: o'clock Saturday morningit's
not so plentiful nor low priced when
day. noon. the weather Is cold or stormy as it III ,on your Uncle Nat.,
.in summer but supplies are adequate. ....
:Mr. and Mrs. R.. T, Osleen of I Guy Andrews of New River, atu-I Vegetables continue to be plentifuland NEWJlItRIVALSMunslngvkedr ;
of Brooker were visitors to Starke dent at University of : moderate In price. Spinach and 'Hose Starke, Fla. I ,
'Monday.Norman. was visiting friends In Starke Sat, string beans offer outstanding values. .
New cabbage and potatoes are beginning Chiffon or Service .. .-- o
urday. .
to come Into market Tomatoesare
P. Ives 'of Lake .City more plentiful than, in recent $1.00SPORT
was a business. visitor to Starke Mrs O. I..- Beacley, Mrs. D. C. weeks. ,tr
Tuesday. Klnlaw, Mrs. B. L. Biggs and Mrs\ i Strcwperrles\ are here. Grapefrwt.oran.us OXFORDSFor
and apples, however, domin-
I H. B., McLendon spent Monday in I ate the fruit market The Ladles Bring In all Vote on Wagon. Shop early and avoid the Ku h-You get the Same Prices on Friday

Mrs. C.L.Clarke and family have Jacksonville, The Quaker Maid offers these three $1.98. to $3.95' and Saturday and we can. give you better 1le1'V1ce.-TlP TOP. llSr
moved to the Truby home on Cherry dinner menus., SPECIAL
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Street. Mrs. T.,E. Chase of Jacksonvlll Low'Cost Dinner *

was a weekend truest, of Mr, and Lamb Fricassee with Dumplings LADIES' DRESSES
P. A., Crosby of Brooker was a Mrs. J. C.Hoover' their home on Boiled nice Buttered Onions Spring Shades *

business visitor... here Wednesdayafternoon' Church Street. Bread and Butter
$2.95 1 1
w I Baked Cereal. Custard with Raisins' Tip Top Grocery
II Tea or Coffee Milk EXTRACHILDREN
I Miss Eva! Powell of Cocoa spent
Mrs. ,L. 'E. Mosley of the State' the week-end In Starke'with her Medium Cost Dinner DRESSES .

Farm< was a visitor here Monday' mother, Mrs. Laura Powell, another Chlcktn Pot Pie 'Tarns All Size
New Spinach Currant Jelly
FLOklDAFriday
afternoon.. F relatives. Chocolate Bread and Ice Butter Cream 19c dud 98c M Ma1aate STARKE, Jr1' t ,

Mrs. E. "ff. Dollar, of the State Mlllard JUdd of New York City I Coffee Milk PETERS' Weatherblrd SHOES

'farm was 'visitor here,Tuesday Is enjoying,' '"visit here with his' ;'(Very Special Dinner For' Children Wear* Longer and Saturday January 19th and 20th 1934 I

afternoon. i parents, Mr.: and' Mrs. D.' A. Judd, .* 1".:: Bouillon ,IT 'PAYS. ; Yp; _BUY AT' ::, ,
I of near B nu! : Rout r.amwith Mint Sauce "
Street Dendy_ of Alachua was Browned Potatoes Green Pew '
/Matting friend In Starke
week-end. Miss Nancy,-and Mrs.W. N. John- Orange Spanish Cream ; ,
[ son were visitors; to Gainesville Coffee Milk Starke.; .Florida Whole BEST CREAMERY'
Math Wasdm pi Graham was at Thursday afternoon.


tending'afternoon.to business 'here Wednesday Milton of Brownlee Florida ,spent Jr. of the the week University AMAZE,, A MtNU.TE'I'-I'L 'I R, I C' E BUTTER Pound 19c S'U'GAR7.0Z. {


Angelo Carbone' of' Chicago has end'here :with his parents Mr..and SCIENTIFACTS I IO'Lb..4Sc'
5 Lbs. 21c 'r
the PACKAGE >
arrived tp Starke. to spend Mrs. J..M.:'Brownlee. _

winter months. Mrs.''L D. Hawkins and little son MACARONI : 5cl' .

Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Carson have'returned to their home In Pa- QMB' HIGHWAY OF ORANGES/ ;
Crlffla of Highland were visitor to latka after a.'visitbere; with Mr. I '
; A of .. White ( I Oil
Ulf r<> ANMUAL THOUSAND'" O* TOM se.;
Starke Tuesday.. and Mrl.:Titus,.Odeon I' .HejSJIM. UNMMMITASUI OSWNOCS MM MIN DS.VMVD.,..VTBIATtNO u-oz. NAT.
I. 'WITH CMC. 10..MMB lOAD PAVtMCHT." '
Cot Joe' Hill Williams of Lake Mr. and .Mrs. C. F. Boyer aDd : BACON OAT FLAKES _____....______....,5c Sardines
Butler was 'a professional visitor son of Jacksonville were week-end

.bete! Wednesday. r | guests of Mrs Bonr'-parenta, :Mr SR Pound Bc 1.0Z. SEEDLESS I 3 Cans lOc +
)I < and"Mrs.'J. C. Manning. 1 ,

Mr. and Mrs., Eldred Duncan' rM. RAISINS, Package _________,___Sc Pr
Gainesville Were Visitors Starke .Mrs.. 8. A. Barefoot of Sander '
Friday afternoon.' ton Is enjoying a visit here with :; .

her son;and daughter-h-law, Mr. CompoPint JARS A..t. '
Representative C.' C: Butler of and,;:Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.' ; ,
MUSTARD _____... 'Qc l
Lake Butler was attending to business --------
LARD JELL 0
here Monday. :lilrs. 'C. E. Horne of Gainesville
and Miss.MarJorie: Ballard of Jacksonville : 24.0X. JAR
Mrs. C. Dlnklnsj of Lawtey spent have been recent guests ot 3 Lb. 23c Package Sc ;

Wednesday In Starke. with Mr..and I Mr. and'Mrs. J. C. Downing. .. s: + "; -./ SWEET PICKLES '_ ___ __ ,13c., ,. .
Mrs. O. A.:Andr u. .
,Mlna Louise Marshbum of Marl b
Prof and Mrs.. Leon 'Gray and anna has been spending several COFFEE 2Lbs. '25c ; '25c '
RI ., Pure CHARMER j2 Cans
'r S St
hires Hal Hoffman were visitors to days 'here with her grandparents, THREE ,!
,Gainesville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. <3.' W.Alderman., WAYS TOONI THE ZEA, t
Peep. power IN GLACIMWATM It
Miss Fenella Snyder spent' the .Me. and ;:Mrs.. Drew Addison of fuse week-rend In JadmonVUlB:the rgueat Lake 'Butler have recently movedto OCIAN, Gut (M> M XICO ANMH ti t
of Miss Lillian Oarrls. Starke and have an apartmentat fi V, ItMNTIVMITIOlM IMOUSANOe iftsr ,
._ s Awn. _- FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES S,1, r
the J. 0.,Turner home.on Cherry Js' _
Rev. and Mrs..B/M. Montgomery Street. rM .. ... MAt.,. iHl! '''-,

.are announcing the birth of a son GOOD SWEET and JUICY BEAUTIFUL ftt.t'bw; M
on Tuesday.January 16., Friends ,of Congressman R., A. + Ala

Miss Willie1' Mae 'Hinson' Of again Green after are' glad being to confined see him to out his OVIfOfTACPARNA- Nsw CAMBS1A .NAft -' ORANGES, Dozen______5c BANANAS* 4Lbs..:.......- I5c.:

Hampton and Miss Mildred, Morgan home for several weeks with a severe
TeaLN i A MOVIIM PKTHM WVlOO.OOO >
of Brooker, both members of attack of influenza. tCOMO CLCCTWCAL Large CELERY _____..____9c Tender SQIJASH, 2,Lbs: -15<<
the Brooker school faculty,were 't .t. "- ')'- 3r.t _1. t I + Decw ausCSMM J "
v"1s
visitors to Starke Friday .after' "; 1 Mr,.. J., H, ..Gill ,and: little (jsdpi< i / .. ,; Large LETTUCE, Each-6'/2c Tender BEANS '2 Lbs. 1S<:
.M. VI 1.
noon. Miirden 'Raleigh N. .- ,
Jackie Joe of :, : ,J"" s
C., spent several days In, Starke 'Iri.hPOTA-rOES,10Lb..25c Yellow ONIONS : r
5c
.____
last week With Mrs.' Gill's parents. .. --- :
A Mr. and Mrs.J.'M. Alvarez.'. '
CENT TOMATOES ,100'AB
WORD AFRESH : Pound ...-------T! ...,,!.--- ,,

Mr. and:Mrs.W.'P.: Smith, Mrs. CAN.OVA'PHA&M'A.Q'Y.
4
COLUMNA W: G..Halle, Mrs. W.EL MIddlcton. "
Mrs. E Perryman; and Mrs.: T.J '
VARIETY' .New Seeds arrivIng Griffin spent Wednesday In Jack- I Hours .cl: !
COFEE Pound
at Whitest Store such as state-wide 19c
sonville attending a
.
Beans Corn, Peas:Peanuts, Pota meeting of the Methodist Church. .r .
.
toes Peppers. Tomatoes:, Squash ,
'i;: .. ,
and Cucumbers," also ,Cups and Sunday's ,Times-Union carried -
Crates.. 1-19-51-2-18 Interesting photos of Carolyn' Eugenia : Octagon 1-LB. PKG. VANILLA : Northfield N .
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and James Maurice Edwards, I WE. WILL CASH YOUR CHECKS,. i :
STRAWBERRY PLANTS -' O000,000 .- Jr...children of Mr;and Mrs. J.,M. FREE OF CHARGE S. O APW-AFERS 15tTALL .{
Missionary and Blake- Edwards., M .1 L K
more at 2.00 ,1.000 $9.25 per '" ,, ._
0,00. Prompt per ; of and 50c Ipana Tooth ,___...__..... ____....3ge
shipments guaranteed __ Mr.: and Mrs. Carl Andrews 4 For lOc 3 tall
true to name state certified baby, and Mrs..Lawrence Story of 75c Z. L* Antiseptic Mouth TVasha6-O. ...\.;;,.39c CAN ,1-": "p cans 17c

disease freo, new land plants. Place Gainesville were l< '''Starke Sunday 50c,, Vlcks! Nose:Drops! _-_-.;_..._..._...___.;.:.;.....__- r

orders) with Brownie" Bros. Corre-,' afternoon visiting Mr and Mrs. O. $1.00. ;CITROCARBONATB ._...:.__-=-__..._ ..;-,:,79c '" SALMON..121/C
pondence solicited. Co:S. "Perdue* -, A.,Andreu.! 2 Cakes Johnson & Johnson.Baby]Soap_.... L25c j :

Nurseryman ShoweD' ;"'Md.1:112t-t I' 'Sheriff and Mrs: W. J.Epperson, 50c Pond' Skin Freshener;.___?\.......__..:._7+; ..;--. _...3ge, Post I Post

_. : Mrs. George A. Anderson,,Mrs. L. 50c>Chamberlain's! Hand Lqtlon.35c ."".__-_ ._ ,.-...,,.39c

SEED PEANUTS,' Fordhook Lima D. Green and Mrs. William Norris FROSTILLA -'-___--.........=-.___-'y._-_--23c :BRAN: ToastiesPackage
Beans our ;specialty. :'Starke were In Lake Butler last Monday $1.00 WINE of CARDUI-u._,.M._______..__,.79c : t
Hardware- A Furniture Coe,"> 'l-J9tf evening'attending the Order of 25e Johnson &'Johnson Baby Talenin__..'.;-____19c 9c 3 Pkffs 25c

WANTED-Baby aUf gWrethis Eastern,Star meeting; when officers 75c; Bayer's -Aspirin--IOOs:.,.- _-... ..._+ -5ge

year's batch ..Advise"quantity -for the'new, year were. installed -' 75c Squibb Mineral Oil-_.;:,-' -'.;. .w i: ;..-:: _"-..:-_-,,59c

you can supply Immediately.' E. A. -. 75c Alophen Pills, 100s__..:.__.._-.____-_- ':__..._59c

Martin Seed Co., Jacksonville Fla.L. 'Mr. and :Mrs. L..'A.. Davis. >C. K. $1.00 Wompolea Cod Liver Oil_,_--..::,_"',_*.._.w79 New '

: U Ferryman.,Mrs.W. E.! <'Mlddleton 50c Kellogg' Tasteleu Castorn".i. .....' ;,, .LJJ..M". O.K.

SEED PEANUTS-Bright 'newcrop. and Rev. B..'M. Montgomery were 10 Cakes, Palmolive Soap.._"......__....___ '

. H.O&treU.. 'Fairfield Fla. la'Jacksonville Friday evening at- 50c' Mennen'fl Shavingr50c Cream'--:"'-.:" _____ SYRUPGallon I SOAP

1.12l4tpI2-2 tending a'banquet'given'by' Dr. Norwich Milk of Magnesia__._..,.......;;.....:..34e'' '
Felix R. Hill presiding elder of the : ,,75c Listerine, 14-Oz. Sbe.r: :.. .. __._ ..-.S9c:: ':45c 5 For lOc '
:.K : : :
FOR
SALE Jacksonville district of the :Methodic Pound __,_...__
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Cabbage plants 50e Rqbbln.Alcohol.w.. .. .; :. .: +- ,__", :
wakefleld. Secession and Flat Church i iMr.1 ,, : ; --_.. ,.. .. ;,..._. ..2ge "

Dutch, 1150.per 10O, $1 r per'1000. 1 50c Cardlseptlc::Tablets. __":"" ,..'':'''_ '! ,.;,r _3"e I -_' _....... ......#le. .... :- '
ODI eta later! A.< J.: Gc ti1 : and lira../Charles Imbach, 25e KOTEX '.::.; -t; ......;... C _I9c 6LW ,,,12Lb, ::24 Lbs .
I Stork f, t'J0I'1d&.. wI\'tJU-. 3'tt Mr.! and,/'Mre. :.a C., Kruse, Was ,2k I KJMENEWE x. ........;t.\\.__ .....a..Ige; j 11, 'i1"Tfl Self I Riling ;
ii' ... Grace Alvarez and,"R.t W. Cainwere .
n1 '" A. >or'q;: ,'(. ,trees.,. \:rOM In Jacksonville: Tuesday evening : RESBRV THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTmES fjrfl: Snowdrift 45c
o ouahes and ot";r:nursery stock 'attending the annual. state 25c 85c ,
from. Cleq .-..-...-. ''U'__ of Boy Scouts whK awes ,
!? -....NurH-;' meeting FRIDAY Bi SATURDAYCASH: : ONLY f'; :. 'j.. .," / :. ,
Se A.UIIreJ'' Frlnk GOCS Madlscel st.; held In.the Educational bulldog M. .... .... .... .. .,.. "i -
'1 -I'. .. ; ',."'( _. .' ..'4" ,./;', fJ" 40.L..I' ,-'" ... .. ,

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i TO MAKE TYPHUS SURVEY CITRUS STRIKE OFF S llW'? Pecan Trees May Be March 1, and at Monticello
7J./b'' March 8-8.
anew
r' PENSACOLA-The United I LAKE WALES-Accepting
States Public Health Service In a wage scale offered by packinghouse Top-Worked To More An advanced school, under the

}' national campaign against typhus I managers, approximately i LRAGOn Desirable Varieties direction of Jack Steward Knapp,
workers who have been of the Playground Recreation
fever, will make surveys in a number 1,000 citrus Association
kp, of Florida cities In the near fur on strike in this area since December Y -- will be held at the West

& ture. 13, returned to work last GAINESVILLE Pecan trees Florida 4-H Club Camp, Choctaw-

a week. The new wage scale was said v Ctl 1 that produce unprofitable crops, hatches Bay. Outstanding club

ki i t). FLORIDA INCOME TAX LARGE to Include an Increase of 33 1-3 per / due to small, poor quality cuts. or boys and girls from ten West Flor-

: JACKSONVILLE-Florida pays cent in the lower brackets! /1 I1LJ to some disease, may be top-work ida counties who have attended
,
F'k' 17 approximately $1,500.000: more in I 4' ed, by budding: or grafting:, to a previous recreation schools will be
yearly income tax than Alabama THIRD OF TAX ROLLTALLAHASSEEApproximate y5v 'r more desirable variety, according invited to this one which will be

t and about $1,200,000 more than to O. H. Blackmon, pecan culturlst held May 14-17.

Georgia,, and has nearly a million ly one-third of the 1933 state and 'I' with the Florida Experiment Sta A little recreation Is often a vital

3 i less In population. county tax roll was paid during I tion. Only trees that are vigorousand part of rural organizations and

4r December It haa been reported by properly located should be top- gatherings, and these schools are

l its, IN THE BLACKTALLAHASSEE Collector W. K. Collins. Mr. Collins worked, he said.I For best results being held to train leaders for

l { Florida's't I said collections during December,, the trees should not be over eightto such recreation. Mr. Blacklock

i treasury balance climbed nearly a when his office gave property owners ten Inches in diameter.The said. .
discount of four cent to- .
? half million dollars last month as a per most common methods oftopworking

r receipts Jumped ahead of disburse taled $98,733.54.: } yd7 JP9a' : are bark, aide, and

ments. The monthly treasury cleft grafting:, and ring*, plate and Hints To Housewives
ic< '''statement showed the balance Dec. FISH DIG ASSET chip budding. Of these the' cleft

yn r Rr 30 was 2587352.32: as comparedwith SILVER SPRINGS-Al Foae retired graft is made during the dormant [ -

$2,104,609.49 on Nov. 30. Cleveland Ohio. manufacturer season. Cleft grafting: Is .limplyInsertln'g Weekly from Heme Demonstration
and an expert at casting for fish,
I ITALLAHASSEEAttorney a small scion on each Specialists, Tallahassee'
TO ADVERTISE declared Florida would soon lose Its side' of split made where the old I
Gen greatest attraction for monled menof 4 branch has been sawed off. The
the East and North if It allowed AF :. eai'A'wizvJj CHOICE: CITRUS DISHES
eral Cary D. Landis has ruled all scions should have several buds on
V Its fresh water lakes and streamsto Aside from the fine habit o( eat-
lands upon which state and county / them. The inner bark of scions

r? taxes are delinquent, Including be cleaned out without restock- LOA'ASeiyldSToeyUS and' stock should make contact, the ing an fruit orange bowl every and time a grapefruiteach you pass

lands restored to tax rolls through Ing. and then the graft should be corded
c' morning for breakfast, there
A } provisions of the Futch law, must OFt and covered with grafting wax.
$ + GAS KILLS CITY OFFICIALBRADENTON Bark and side are many other amazingly delightful
? be Included In puNished delinquent grafts are made
tax lists this year. ='Lw C. Kaiser during the ,spring, but grafting ways of'serving. these health-
l,4'CO
chief engineer at the city water F/ v ful fruits.
-- ,, ; wood Is cut during the dormant
SUGAR BUILDINGS BURN works plant,.was found dead from t'ltt;a' i season and put In moderate cold Grapefruit Salad
CLEW3STON-Fire virtually de- gas fumes in his car at the family 1. \ v/CE4eOY odti .d storage or burled In well-drained Peel the grapefruit, pull it apartin

t; .atroyed three commissary and residence last week. The car was '" .... soiL The side graft Is made by sections, and strip the skin and

cif .equipment buildings of the United In the garage and gaa had flowed ALEX/CO cutting a notch on the branch, pith from each section. Arrangethe

j ,) States Sugar Corporation here. from' a tube extending from a washhouse slitting: the bark, and inserting the sections on lettuce, sprinkle

Mw! Lack of equipment prevented at the rear of the home. No scion. Bark grafting la performedby with chopped nuts, and garnish
"' the Inquest was deemed necessary by with a little pimiento. Serve with
V townsmen from combating removing the branch, and Inserting -
4
t Among
;) flames. Origin of the fire and the investigating officers. insects the DKAGUM r'LY or and colonize Florida, VELASCO assumes the scion between the bark any desired dressing. The salad

jextent\L of the loss had not been de SOVlEi' MOSQUITO HAWK stands supreme 03 a prominent place in early Florida his-, and wood.. Trees on which grafts may. be varied by combining the

t termined. ORPHANS the speedster of the airways I I. Some tory. These expeditions were among the have failed to take may be budded ,grapefruit with oranges or other

r I ST.Newton AUGUSTINE A. McCully-Rear U. S.Admiral N.-, 'species fly at the rate of 60 miles per 'Very'first colonization. attempts north of during the growing season. fruits.

'1, I 'hour. The'sturdy wing are controlled Mexico. A : Orange Bavarian Cream
;;;: '"J'r retired, who, a bachelor, adopted colony Established: near Budding' probably the most
r 1',1' seven Russian orphans and brought by extremely powerful muscles which the present site of Pensacola, but the common method of. topworkingpecan The ingredients needed are -one

\ them to this country to save them give this i insect unusual swiftness and en project was unsuccessful, and the colonists trees. The chip bud Is gen- and one-halt cupfuls orange Juice

'l'' from suffering resulting from the durance. Flies, mosquitoes and gnats are returned Mexico in 1561. Thia erally,used on small trees In the and pulp, two tablespoonfuls gela-

h; revolution has purchased an attractive its favorite food and are caught and was four years before the founding of St. early spring while the ring or half tin, one-half cupful cold water, one-
plate method is the most used in cupful boiling wafer, one cup
home here Admiral Mc-
the
eaten on wing. .Augustine,' generally conceded to be the
t ful sugar, four to five teaspoonfulslemon
\ ; Cully, after sailing about for sev- Florida. In the ring method a
; In dispatching Guido de Labazares and oldest settlement
@ eral with his adopted family surviving in the United ting of bark with a bud la put on juice, three egg whites, one-
'IJtl' years Tristan de Luna on expeditions to explore States. fourth teaspoonful salt
/ on a converted submarine chaser, the tree being: budded and in the one pint
'i: ,finally decided to locate plate method only a plate of bark cream whipped.
permanently
"' ';11' I In the Ancient City. WOODS BURNER JAILED CAPITOL BEING PAINTED BUS DRIVER FREED nearer the bud Is transferred. The Soak the gelatin In the'cold water -
j {* j:; ) Greatest Fire in PERRY-County Judge L. W. T TALLA AS SEE Fourteen BAKER-A coroner's Jury here growing buds should be looked aft- for five minutes add the boiling -

t''.k American History BUS DRIVER SURVEY Blanton sentenced John Parnell to painters employed by the Civil exonerated Aaron W. Baker, school er very carefully to prevent injury water and sugar and stir until

4 TALLAHASSEE There are spend sixty days In the Taylor Works Administration, are at workon bus driver, for the fatal shootingof From the wind or other agencies.It dissolved. Add the lemon and or-

9T} }&\ :' ..,.... c..r,TMt'1 .--. r4 three school bus drivers in Florida County Jail when Parnell pleaded the State Capitol. Secretary of L. L. Shaw during an altercationover may be 'advisable to anchor ange Juice and pulp, chill until par

y iA1$_ ._. -...W.....tu.t..wn..rl.thw ....... f.ll.w.1" kr.... who have only one leg each, two guilty to Intentionally setting fire State R.. A. Gray who was unsuccessful a small piece of land In which them to the tree. tially set, and beat until foamy.
T. _'11;' ........... .1 1906 Ia 8u r-' who have only one eye each and In the woods. Parnell was appro in having' the last Legisla three were slain and a fourth was These different methods are discussed Beat the whites of the eggs with
'::\" III..r 350OM.OMetreaeMarir bended after charges were brought ture appropriate.$ ,ooo for painting critically Injured. The Jury held iii the salt until
in
*' $' vt l ..,. I.f cto.k...".a four who have only one hand each. detail Experiment Sta- stiff and fold into
w a e
,} rS .yean..w..1M. ...*..*tm .....iiktoetMM There[ are six who are more than under a new Florida law by District the capitol building, stated thatIt that Baker fired i self defense and tion Bulletin 170--Top-Working the gelatin mixture. Then fold in
Y s)f, ,4 I} a.v+N. .4 w............. sixty years old, and several be- Forester B. Koontz of the has been a number of years since that the slaying of Shaw wall "Jus Pecan Trees. Write the Florida the whipped cream pour onto' a

hN i'ii':\, .eMBMllr....M....egji .. .IM_ tween fifty-five and sixty. W. S. Florida! Forest Service. the building; has been painted inside tifiable homicide." A., B.. Morris Experiment Station, Gainesville wet mould, and put Into a cold
/ ;, .. ,,._ e. .* INKUWt (.........., Cawthon state superintendent of and outside. and his son, Robert, were also kill- for a free copy.Recreation. place until firm. Turn out onto a

k fe M;;;, iwkb eterk -... _.s.lag_ _...-...-.Yea... public instruction, made these'fig- PREMIUM LIST READY ed. Leroy Shaw, son of L. L. eo-- Clatter, and garnish with- oranseMEDICAL P -- --
fe'! t' vdlllk.eMwill.a.laMI.sHAROLD. urea public. They were taken ORLANDOThe premium list of ELEVENTH VICTIM DIES Shaw, was critically; wounded. Leadership- sections.

's.' ..... from reports submitted by county the twenty-fourth annual Central FALATKA-Death of fourteen- Orange) Gelatin

,' boards of education called on for Florida Exposition, which will be year-old Henrietta KIng at a local NEW DIPPING SYSTEM Schools Will Be Held You will need three cupfuls

'\ : C. WALL full Information on bus drivers aa a held here from Feb. 20-24, is now hospital today brought to eleventhe JACKSONVILLE Dr. W. T. strained orange Juice, the Juice of

1'u INSURANCE result of the accident at Crescent ready for distribution it was an- number of lives lost in a school Cole of the United States Bureauof For 4-H Club Members one lemon strained, two tablespoonfuls -

City in which ten school children nounced by Crawford T. Bickford, bus-train crash near Crescent Cityon Animal Industry, announcedthat gelatin, one cupful sugar,
} toi i, r%; STARKE, FLORIDA were killed. manager. The list this year offers December 12. ''The King child dipping in the newly Installed GAINESVILLE series of six one cupful boiling water, one-half

exhibitors $6,500: in cash prizes be- waa regarded as seriously Injured state-wide system of cattle vats schools for training 4-H Club boys cupful cold water, and salt.
sides dozens of awards of trophies from the outset but rallied sufficiently would be started March 1. Construction and girls in recreational leadershipwill Soften the gelatin in the cold

and.ribbons, In a wide. range of ac- to give physicians hope of of the vats was made pos- be held In Florida: during the water for five minutes, add the
tivities. saving her life. She died of head sible through and appropriation ofSO.S46 next few months, according to an- boning water sugar and a few

S 4P Injuries.LJBERAUTV. $ : from the CWA. All cattle nouncement by 'R. W. Blacklock, grains of salt, and stir, until dissolved
LOS will be at two week Inter.. : Mix
; MILLION FROM RACINGTALLAHASSEE dipped state boys' club agent. with the strained orange -
UPHELD vals, Dr. Cole stated In an address Juice Into
-B. F, Paty, Similar training schools have ppur a wet mold
chairman of the state racing commission TALLAHASSERP-Florldiaa ':'Ub- before the State Livestock Sani- been held each year of the last and put Into a cold place until firm...
eral policy" In" allowing amusements Board here last week. Turn out and
has estimated $1,000,000 tary four years in various sections of serve with soft cua-
baa been upheld by the supreme tard
the state. or whipped cream-
would Into county treasuriesthis I They I are held in cooperation -
O pour court. ."The policy of the Mrs. John Low of Burnesmouth; with the
) as the tax revenue from Playground Recreation
year
laws of Florida aa a tourist and Eng., had her husband arrested for Association
of America.The .
race track In Florida.
operations play ground state" said the court, driving' his auto while drunk and first five schools STOP AT
Tropical Park at Miami, only horse will be in
in the opinion written by Chief Justice he was ruled off the road for a charge of John Bradford
track now operating la reporting aplay" a repre-
I Fred H. Davis Vis. toward encouragement year., '
through the pari-mutuel sentative of that organization, Mr. VIOLA'SGood
4 I
.i and not repression in
machines in .excess of $100,000 and the At high tide, water covered the Blacklock, and county and home
licensing sanctioning oper-
dally Paty said. The state collects old baseball diamond at Ketchl- demonstration agents. About forty
three per cent of this for division 'ation of place of amusement which kan, Alaska, and In extra inning to sixty leading 4-H boys and girls Sandwiches
are harmless In themaelveeh"COURT ", will be Invited
1 equally among the counties. games outfielders sometimes played to the schools, which Ned
In water up to their knees. will last four days. The first school: ICE COLD BEER
MAKES HEADWAY will be held for Dade County, at
OVtR ,WO it' TALLAHASSEE Supreme Miami, February 5-ff. The next Ask For Our 'Prices on Cases'Adtolaleg
of
Mayor J..8. Hartley Olathe
MERWUP Court gained on itself in. the six week, February 13-16, a school will .
Kan. wounded of his
was
by one
month'June'.term which ended be held at Palm Beach. Others will Sinclair Service Station

Monday. Chief Justice Fred H. own officers fugitives while in a they motorcar.were pursuing be held at Plant City, February:: When To. Get ,Year Gas ...

Davis announced the court had disposed 19-22; Orlando February: 26 to Amaarle .
of 634 cases during the term NOTICB OP APPLICATION' FOR
which began'laaj' ,June. Duringthat TAX DEED
Notice Im hereby given, that Lt O.
time 650: cases were placed on Powell, holder of Tax Certificate No.
the docket and aa the"new January 890.- 8rd day of August, A. D. lest
4 While 30-ton monsters lumberedover term started the"court had 652 I fice'hue filed and ald made certificate application In for my; tax of i .j

cues remaining on,the docket for deed to l..ue thereon In accordance I
with law. Bald certificate
OKLAHOMA consideration, the following described
.mbraoe.1
Bradford County, ,
FLORIDA SUN HEALS :t:1t1ln H acre In NB
VENICE NWK of NWW.. Sec. a.. Tp. 9 a.. H.R.
Senator .Royal S. II .1 ADVICE
Deep In Oklahoma lie the producing sends of the Copeland last weeK Aid the media The aeeeiament of add prnr"rty.
.under the aald certificate .. :
Cambrian and Ordovician Agesin
some pIacaIIICII'e cal profession now:realizes healing In the name of I* C. Powell wa.1
"< than mile below the surface.Out of these aanda rays of the sun play an Important Unless said certificate shall be If you .lINInt. to w"--'
deemed according to law tax deed
t Sinclair: take the rich'Cambro-Ordovldaa crude oil part in curative processes, particu- will luue thereon on the list day of keep the bowel
A larly in tuberculosis and Joint and A. D. 1884. action regular and'comfortable
which it refine and blend Into Sinclair Opaline bone diseases. Hia remarks were Date: this 10th day. of December make constipated spells as rare cold
as
A. D. 1(13.
Motor Oil-* product of 80 million year of Nature'. 'l'O "- eue Ia ..... made to several hundred Florida A. J. THOMAS- !!!, avoid danger of bowel
h II"W7 y .... .. klgY ......, and Clerk of Circuit Court strainuse
t c mellowing and filtering treatment. In process of man X. .....a .. wife physicians surgeons gatheredfor _221tI1.lOradford County, Florida.NOTICIU liquid
ufacture Sinclair Opaline la de-waxed and freed from .... 'aetk1e.. ........ the first clinical assembly to be 1a a laxative
I Y held at the Florida Medical Center
_
.. Watek d tratl .OW..W .
Or APPLICATION FOB
petroleum jelly at M low *. 60' F. below sera Try a -.n. nay lead to 81..plrf here.. TAX DICED:

cnuiLcasef of ep.IJne-note how it law In the heat wMtbiiedealy.sdaa 4Narvoue Headache, M.... -- .Notice Bernard I* hereby holder of given Tax, that Certificate PlerraA. "Year'Can constipation say medical be men overcome"Yesl"' The right liquid laxative will'bring'

sad faaIIa. Iff SECOND IN AIRPORTS No. 161, dated 5th da,.- of Aua-ust. declare thousands who a perfect movement with no din<
r,f of hard driving. 1IIeuaD& A..... "" TAMPA-Florida, with forty-- A. [).,1B99, ha* filed said certificate lowed their advice and knoto.have fol comfort at the,tune, or afterward.

Wb.r.rdo&t you tI7:. akYut three new airport employing 4600 ,for In my tax office deed to and I...made.. thereon application In accordance You are not'apt to cure your The wrong cathartic may keep
If.. ..
men under the. CWA program. with law. Bald certificate constipation with salts pills and ,you constipated "'long"you.keep
Jet one in a half iaaa eff embrace* the following describedproperty
tablets, or on using iU
any habit-forming
rank second in the United State, ca
... situated In Bradford County
Mi h 8 8 dIt JI according to inforjnatlon received ,' Florida to-wit I The East Half thartic. But you eon overcome this In buying say laxative read the
w. I of Southeast Quarter of the Southwest condition Just by gentle regulation label.
nums.o If it contains '
here the Department Commerce a doubtful
srz.d by with drug.
suitable
Quart.r of .Sectlona.v.n (1) a liquid laxative.
math HOW: Nervate aew According to detailed statistics Townnhlp S....." (7) South. Range .Dr. CaUwtir Pepsin has don't take it, If you don't know
fa two t orma r Jg d elms 'Florida 1* 'constructing Twenty.two UU East containing the average person Syrup bowels what Is in It, don't chance it. The
Twenty (10) Acre. more or I... just at contents of Dr.
MOTOR OIL.-- f U Tab& Beth hews twenty-seven new fields and making The assessment I propertyunder regular( at clockwork in a tea IMCine. *,' Pepsin i. stated Caldweil'f. Syrup
u1fct plainly the
... agent.$1.ee .on
se.fngaaer .
/ .
the said issued
was
From the Oldest Mid-continent Crude improvements to sixteen, existing label 'fresh
; herbs
: ,
at yssr a .1.[. .In the name of Unknown.Unleee .pure pepsin. '
airports all under'the supervision said certificate shall be redeemed Why Hospitals usea active secna..
-
-.' I of Maj. A. B. McMullen of Tal- to law tax deed ''
Agent Sinclair' Refining Company (Inf.) will l Issue "t'b"rl.n nn the\.loth day liquid laxative Its very' taste tella you 'syrup
n
lahaaaee, formerly of Tampa. i ia
of A. D. 1814. wholesome.
nt February. pepsin A delightful
i' "L I 't(. >( / ---:..., Dated this Ith, day of January, The dose or*liquid laxative can be taate and delightful acUon. .' '

J.. H.' WAINWRIGHT ( 'ft NERVINE : 'With a population of '475,142 A. D.... UU", A. 1. THOMAS. trolled.measured.It form.The action no habit can be con- Safe for expectant '! '
Somerset Eag.. lee about one Clerk of Circuit Court' you ned: mothers and ,children. 'st.
: ARKE, FLA. PIIONE153 ,,' '. son to two acre per' Bradford. ,Count)".,Florida. .. I' not two take later a "double Wilt dose'? day or' Drug. toreall.velt.ready; .... .
every rl.'lltlll-1 ,, not irrital *Wr/A' 'for
..... / U..1A big bolUcs /
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k.. IA ', Ir k.'J' 1 "r ; ? t>>J 1I1 :.AI ; .\\ :Iof, ,I 'i'' .! ," ')<" 7 ". .I' :'5a" ; 't...: .- 4/' :... <" "" '.1,i; :
h add 'f+W'+ 101 .IWdY t lllrwetP l pr ; "' c"jj+.J! .. ; r.;, 1.1if-t'to"; ,;! f'.' : fij" g I.>t ", .. ,;"ir.":, ti,'", M, .
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;. ,,,,,' .o,!"" new automobile. He liked It. He al perspiration. I go down to the DR. imiTTIAN TO BE HERE HIRSUTE HINT SCHOOLS GET CWA FUNDS ,".\ J I''
V soon convinced himself that he field on a cold morning," said Mr. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 I ,:
ought to cash out his life insuranceand Jones. "I find a man standing at CHEHALJS, Wash.-The beating LAKELAND Superintendent
-. make a first payment on the the root of the tree with an axe In Dr. C. M. Brlttlan: of Jacksonville I Jailer Bill Walter received from F. E Brighnia of Winter I t
I \.\ .: car and then take half of his salary his hand." 'Why don't you cut the leader of the Florida Baptists Ed Puckett when the latter recently Haven and Ed R. Bentley, Lakeland I ;I
end' make the monthly payments. tree?' I ask. The man replies, 'I will be in Starke next Wednesday, escaped from the Lewis Polk County administrator i
Jby iranl is a.lamp mte mj led, and al light into ny falL-Pulm 119:185.: He wanted tho car and he made r.m waiting until I sweat. When I January 24. I County Jill, was of' great benefit. for CWA have worked out plans
himself believe he ought to have It. sweat I will cut the tree'" The On Wednesday afternoon Dr. I Walter says since Puckett poundedon whereby several rural schools In
,.; .... Uarbnof kiur. All religious\ teaching doctrine or I man should cut the tree and then Brittlan will meet, with the New his bald head hair has begun to Polk Clunty will open January S I' '
.:..I.t cttttAi if they are to have any claim be.could sweat without trying to River Association minister at grow with Civil Works Administration .'
pOD the love loyalty and devotion of thelJple, muat be in harmony with "I do whatever I feel like doing." do It., Feeling Is mentioned twice the Starke Baptist church for their funds. Details of the plan wUl be>
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice a man told,me one time. "So do regular meeting and In the evening According to that argument this week. About r
In Bible. It lanever mentioned In completed fortyteachers
of the human heart! and of:whom, it WM said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN dogs and horse.," I, replied:: Man will deliver. at the churchat most married men should look like I;
sermon have been for I
TINS connection Witlvatlon.. Feeling approved ;
SPAKE LIKE MAN: members of the House of David.
be sort of
human
: may a animal ta the fruit which on the 7:30: o'clock. teaching positions under the CWA ,
grows I I I It simply doesn't hold water Mr. i
pastors of Bradford and Union counties) are Invited to uao. this de- but he is more than that. He was tree of saving faith. Feeling Is not : The church is very fortunate in Walter program. i
pertinent for news of church activities organizations and announce made in the image of God. He la the root of salvation. The Apostle having Dr. Brittian hero for that 1
meats. Span freely given and no charge nude-the only requirement supposed to be able to reason. He Paul said "In whom believing we evening and a treat ia In store for A class "A" t nil has been com- The Caltfornii highway patrol
being that such Item. reach this office before Wednesday morning has a sense of obligation. There rejoice.. I don't believe because I all those who hear him. A cordial pleted In the Great Smoky Mountains has prohibited speed tests of automobiles i ,
be handled for current Issue.BTAUKE .
csausot
they are 'times when must do
otherwise men right
rejoice. I rejoice because I believe. invitation la extended to all. National Park by the CCC. on state highways.
"""'""'" because it Is right to do right and .
CHURCH DIRECTORY they must do their duty because it -S' The bureau of standards has There are eleven air routes in Approximately twenty per centof
First Baptist Church Is their duty to do their duty. About one-half of the people of manfactured water both lighter Great Britain, not counting those the farms in the United States
Rev. J. J. Johnson pastor. ann 'lASvlFC i itvvur Sam Jones said "Feeling Is mor- Bolivia are Indiana, and heavier than natural water. between London and Europe. change hands through Inheritance.

Sunday School-10:00: A. M. UUI' ..""d -- i -
Morning Worship--11:00: A. M. LITTLE LOUIE 1f

B. Y. P. U.-6:30: P. :M.
Evening Worship--7:30: P. M. OMMENTSON GIVE .. "

A cordial invitation extended to / a..IM'A \ THANK T .KE IT HEAVENS I FORGOT /

all there services., HERE. DOSE OP THIS \ you LOOiE IP TO SHAKE.nfE / T.SAu.. RUSHT },

Christian-Church HEREAFTER."Doctor .. EVERY HOUR, 7AND OOCTO. YOU EXPECT, / GEE MOM BOTTLE BEFORE MOM I'LL R

"What God Forgets" will be the HE'LL / TO GET / THAT'S t GAVe YOU DANCE: A20UtJD p' '

subject of the sermon next Sunday the Lord has Impressedme BE ALL RIGHT/ WELL A TER.RIBLE i THAT MEDICINE( :: AWHILE..TNAT'L4SNAkI ;
at 11:0o: a.m .., wife and I ?
to leave
my marry --------'r T4STLt4sTUF I
i '
i e. IT UP '
-
"From Idols to the Living God"will another woman." That Is what a r4L
be the subject of the sermonat man said to an evangelist friend of IIII I .r 4
7:30: p.m. mine. He was a fool. God never
All are invited to attend these Impresses any man to do anything 1 LLJIiF
services. which the Bible forbids. The Holy q w
Faithfully yours, Spirit does not lead men to violate' #& -s.

W. E. DAUGHERTY- Minister. the commands. of.the Bible. 1e !{ I d
*
v
Methodise Church d ta
It Is strange how men can lead c A iv
Rev. P."M. Montgomery Pastor. 4'I I
themselves to believe that what
o
Sunday School 10 turn.
they want they ought to have. %
Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. .
Young People's Meeting-6:30: Sometime ago a man working for a .I r i .....- 4
small salary bean! to look at a a I It
P.M.:

Evening Worship---7:JO P. M. "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---Even Yesterday's News Will Do for Al ---By POP MOMAND t tlf.'_

Presbyterian Church
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Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister. W'OR'WOQI' <-WORK I!! r; DONT ,siow WHyr; @VER WELL WON'T &TAMD Yu li LAST oEVFI. -
Services next Sunday as follows: ,3 N&VtsR bET TMracsOtfiM I TOO WASTED MTV+ UFE ON NSO WK6NX
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School T. KNOW <>OOD AND WEU..X: IUL ; CXMJLD HAVE, MARR'ED A tI"O 1R IT-- Z'M NOT 60INCaTO ; iFAPBFL TMANKS ? L G'r r i / f
NEED A MAID TO HELP ME RICH "MAN" JUST AS EAST, dz ON eelNc ACUSL"NOLD DO VA MIND
S. Williams acting superintendent. EKJT TtHJ DON'T ANO MAD' OtRVAlsms.6TC: (t- On.uP6E r IP X READ { '
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6:30: P. M.-Christian 'Endeavor. Y
7:30: P. M.-Evening Worship;
song and sermon. Sermon sub
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The church history study class
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MAKE TYPHUS SURVEY CITRUS STRIKE OFF Pecan Trees May Be March 1, and at Monticello,
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1 tl PENSACOLA-The United LAKE WALES-Accepting/ a 7J.I.G..DRAGOM. March 8-8..

States Public Health Service In a new wage scale offered by packing r Top-Worked To More An advanced school, under the

:national campaign against typhus house managers, approximately direction of Jack Steward Knapp,
fever, will make surveys In a num 1,000 citrus workers who have been t f Desirable VarietiesGAINESVILLE i of the Playground Recreation Association -

;, k' Florida cities in the near fu on strike in this area since December -i ny' will be held at the West
hereof 13, returned to work last y- Pecan trees Florida 4.H Club Camp, Choctaw-

w week. The new wage scale was said that produce unprofitable crops, hatchee Bay. Outstanding club

.;S FLORIDA INCOME TAX LARGE to include an Increase of 33 1-3 per / due to small, poor quality nuts,, or boys and girls from ten West Flor

JACKSONVILLE-Florida pays cent in the lower brackets. to some disease, may be topworked ida counties who have attended

+ f' r approximately $1,500,000 more In I by budding/ or grafting:, to amore previous recreation schools will be
{ 1 t yearly Income tax than Alabamaand THIRD OF TAX ROLL desirable variety, accordingto Invited 'to this one which will be

h1 about $1,200,000 more than TALLAHASSEE:-Approximate / O. H., Blackmon, pecan culturiat held May 1417..
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Georgia, and has nearly a million ly one-third of the 1933 state and t''I, /i with the Florida Experiment Station A little recreation is often a vital

less In population. county tax roll was paid during rk Only trees that are vigorous part of rural organizations and

December, it has been reported by I 1 1 j and properly located should be top- gatherings, ad these schools are
IN THE BLACKTALLAHASSEE Collector W. K. Collins. Mr. Collins ,, tak II + worked, he said. For best results being held to train leaders for

.{ F lor 1 d a's said collections during December, J, the trees should not be over eightto such recreation. Mr. Blacklocksaid.

''f $ treasury balance climbed nearly a when his office /gave property own- I ten Inches in diameter., ,

half million dollars last month as ers a discount of four per cent, totaled The most common' methods of .

j'' receipts jumped ahead of disburse- $98,733.64., itj7t&r top-working are bark, side, and

ments. The monthly treasury : cleft grafting, and ring, plate and Hints To HousewivesWeekly
k ry 'statement showed the balance Dec. FISH BIG ASSET chip budding. Of these the' cleft

ry 30 was $2,687,392.32, as compared SILVER SPRINGS-AI Fose, retired graft Is made during the dormant [

r with $$2,104,699 on Nov. 30. Cleveland, Ohio manufacturer season. Cleft grafting Is ,simply from Home Demonstration
raft ( and an expert at casting for fish, ?
Inserting a small scion on each Specialists. Tallahassee.
wti TO ADVERTISE: declared Florida would soon lose Its side of split made where the old

+ T'ATALLAHASSEEAttorney' General greatest attraction for monied men r branch haa been sawed off. The J
of the East and North if it allowed 4. PeoY/NENILY CHOICE CITRUS DISHES
Cary D. Landis has ruled all scions should have several buds on
1 lands upon which state and county its fresh water lakes and streams t jDNT/P/ED / 'TN fOPBASEAeIYHisroey them. The Inner bark of scions Aside from the fine habit of eat
I tea, 'taxes are delinquent. Including to be cleaned out without restock l and stock should make contact, ing an orange every time you pass
the fruit bowl and
lands restored to tax rolls through ing. and then the graft should be corded a grapefruiteach

t } i provisions of the Futch law, must V 1 Ws Drn and covered with grafting wax. morning for breakfast, there-
are other
GAS KILLS CITY OFFICIAL many amazingly delightful -
be included In published delinquent Bark and side grafts are made
r tax lists this year. BRADENTON: C. Kaiser, during the spring, but grafting ways of:.serving these health-
-.... chief engineer at the city water I V&A.ccoi wood is cut during the dormant ful fruits.

'' tti SUGAR BUILDINGS BURN works plant was found dead from !,,r,'t '" season and put in moderate cold Grapefruit Salad
d t Y,. J"CLEWISTON-Fire virtually destroyed gas fumes in his car at the family \ V/GE4eOY od t1Af storage or burled In well-drained Peel the grapefruit, pull it apartin

ye three commissary and residence last week. The car was ', ... soil. The side graft Is made by sections, and strip the skin and
YCoetmong
equipment buildings of the United in the garage and gas had flowed cutting a notch on ,the branch, pith from each section. Arrangethe -

vv," States Sugar- Corrjoration here. from a tube extending from a wash slitting: the bark, and inserting the sections on lettuce, sprinkle
Lack of equipment; prevented house at the rear of the home. No scion. Bark grafting is performedby with chopped nuts, and garnish

? 'townsmen from combating the Inquest was deemed necessary by removing the branch, and Inserting with a little pimiento. Serve with
his Investigating officers- insects, the DKAOOW Jf-LiT or and colonize Florida, VEL&SCO assumes desired
flames. Origin of the fire and the the scion between the bark any dressing. The salad
it extent of the loss had not been de- MOSQUITO HAWK stands supreme as ar'prominent place in early Florida his and wood. Trees on which grafts may be varied by combining the

termined. SOVIET ORPHANS the speedster of the airways I,,_ Some .tory. These expeditions were among: the have failed to take may be budded grapefruit with oranges or other-

ST. AUGUSTINE-Rear Ad- species fly at the rate of 60 miles per very first colonization attempts north of during the growing season fruits.
miral Newton A. U. S. N.
t McCully, hour. The sturdy wings, are controlled .Mexico. A colony ;:was.established Orange Bavarian Cream
ry' retired, who, a bachelor, adopted near Budding t. probably the most
seven Russian orphans and brought by extremely powerful muscles which the 'present site of .Pensacola, but the common method 'of, topworkingpecan The Ingredients needed are one

them to this country to save them I give this insect; unusual swiftness and en- project was unsuccessful And the colonists trees. The chip bud Is gen and one-half cupfuls orange juice

; ; from suffering resulting from the durance. Flies, mosquitoes and gnats are returned to Mexico 10 1561. This erally\used on small trees In the and pulp, two tablespoonfuls gela-

it revolution, baa purchased an attractive its favorite food and are caught and was four years before the founding of St. early spring, while the ring or tin, one-half cupful cold water, one-

home here. Admiral Mc eaten on the wing.In Augustine,' generally conceded to be the plate Florida.method In the la the most used in half ful sugar cupful, four boiling to five water teaspoonfulslemon one cup
Cully, after sailing about for several ring/ method a
dispatching Guido de Labazares and oldest surviving settlement in the United
juice three
years with his adopted familyon ring of bark with a bud is put on egg whites, one-
Tristan de Luna on expeditions to explore States. fourth,
a converted submarine chaser, the tree being budded, and in the teaspoonful salt, one pint
finally decided to locate plate method only a plate of barknearel" cream, whipped
1 perma WOODS BURNER JAILED CAPITOL BEING PAINTED BUS DRIVER FREED the bud Is transferred. The i Soak the gelatin in
''' nently In the Ancient City. the cold water -
!M& 'Greatest Fire in PERRY-County Judge L. W. TALLA H A S S B B Fourteen BAKER-A coroners Jury here growing/ buds should be looked after for five minutes, add the boll-

American History: BUS DRIVER SURVEY Blanton sentenced John Parnell to painters, employed by the Civil exonerated Aaron W. Baker, school very carefully to prevent Injury ing water and sugar and stir until
TALLAHASSEE There are spend sixty days In the Taylor Works Administration, are at workon bus driver, for the fatal shootingof from the wind or other agencies. dissolved. 'Add the lemon and or-
......JCe m.,T er. II-... three school bus drivers In Florida County jail when Parnell pleaded the State Capitol. Secretary of L. L. Shaw during an altercationover lt: may be 'advisable to anchor ange juice and pulp, chill until
ts''a ....... W Nab als...'- .bt ... i partially
I q..I.4 Out wkbk. lei...... Ike190ft i who have only one leg/ each, two guilty to intentionally setting fire State R.'A. Gray, who was unsuccessful a small piece of land in which them to the tree. set, and beat until foamy.
..........., in the woods. Parnell in the last Legisla three slain and fourth
/ I r 5. -- who have only one eye each and was appro- having' were a was These different methods are discussed Beat the whites of the eggs with

47 N -II aw"'werk IS5G.OOO.OOO"!.a Air.nn.li.illiiii bfwkr wi'" ..u..u..stay... I four who have only one hand each. handed after charges were brought ture appropriate 30,000,for paint. critically injured. The. Jury held In detail in Experiment Station the salt until stiff, and fold into
I sill I--'.../.. mS .*. ibis. ._ I There are six who are more than under a new Florida law by District Ing the capitol building, stated that that Baker fired i self defense and I Bulletin 170-Top-Working the gelatin mixture. Then fold in
..IMII..t .... am wpedai.114..yI.ealaa..w.i..ws :sixty years old, and several between Forester B. Koontz, of the it has been a number of years since that the slaying of Shaw was "jus- Pecan Trees Write the Florida the whipped cream, pour onto a

fifty-five and sixty. W. S. Florida! Forest Service. the building has been painted, Inside tifiable' homicide." ,A. B. Morris Experiment Station, Gainesville, wet mould, and put into:''a cold
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to pmeel M, w4 Insusa' d..-eIp. Cawthon, state superintendent of and outside. and his son, Robert, were also kill for a free copy.Recreation. place! until firm. Turn out onto a

} 4 .aseh wUh. .saw AreHAROLD laaa..a..w.pSM t.e..w.e d.pnwl.M'- Y.. public Instruction, made these figures PREMIUM LIST READY ed. Leroy Shaw, son of L. L. ----- platter, and garnish with orange

1 :...lie.....___........ public. They were taken ORLANDOThe premium list of I. ELEVENTH VICTIM DIES Shaw, was critically wounded. Leadership sections., '
!J A f Ihr. from reports submitted by county the twenty-fourth annual Central PALATKA-Death of fourteen- Orange Gelatin
boards of education called on for Florida Exposition, which will be year-old Henrietta King at a local NEW DIPPING SYSTEM Schools Will Be Held You will need three cupfuls

C. WALL full information on bus drivers as a held here from Feb. 20-24, Is now hospital today brought to eleven JACKSONVILLE Dr. W. T. strained orange juice, the juice of
,r' INSURANCE result of the accident at Crescent ready for distribution It was an- the number of lives lost In a school Cole, of the United States Bureauof For 4-H Club Members one lemon, strained, two table-

City in which ten school children nounced by Crawford T. Bickford, bus-train crash near Crescent Cityon Animal Industry, announcedthat spoonfuls gelatin, one cupful sugar,
fv, STARKE, FLORIDA were killed. manager. The list this year offers Deaember' 12. -The King child dipping In the newly Installed GAINESVILLE-A series of six one cupful boiling water, one-half

1 -RK ------ -- m_ ___ exhibitors S6.BOO in cash prizes be. was regarded as seriously Injured state-wide system of cattle vats schools for training 4-H Club boys. cupful cold water, and salt.
sides dozens of awards of trophies from the outset but rallied sufficiently would be started March 1. Construction and girls in recreational leadership' Soften the gelatin in the cold

and.ribbons, in a wide range of activities. to give physicians hope of of the vats was made possible will be held in Florida during the water for five minutes, 'add the

saving her life. She died of head through and appropriation of next few months according to an- boiling water, sugar, and a few

LOM80 Injuries., J80.546 from the CWA. 'All cattle nouncement by R. W. Blacklock, grains of salt, and stir until dis-
to MILLION FROM RACINGTALLAHASSEE will be dipped at two week inter. state boys' club agent. solved.Mix with the strained or-

wfbY8 -B. F. Paty UBERAUTV UPHELD vale, Dr. Cole stated In an address I Similar training schools have ange Juice, ppur into a wet mold

chairman of the state racing com- TALLAHA3SEKFloridlas "lib- before the State Livestock Sani- been held each year of the last and put into a cold place until fIrm.
mission, has estimated $1,000,000 eral policy"' in''allowing1 amuse- tary Board here last week. four years'In various sections of Turn out and serve with soft CU8tard
ments has been upheld by the supreme a- the state. or whipped
would Into county treasuries They are held in cooperation cream.
pour court "The'policy of the Mrs. John Low of Burnesmouth, with
OH this the tax from the Playground Recreation -
as
revenue
year laws of Florida as a''tourist and Eng., had her husband arrested for Association of
ARS race track operations In Florida. play ground tate,"' said the court driving his auto while drunk and o The first five schools will America.be in STOP ATVIOLA'S
Park at Miami horse '
Tropical only
,
xj track now operating Is reporting a'play" In the' opinion written by Chief Justice he was ruled off the ,road for a charge of John Bradford,'a representative -

;, through the pari-mutuel couragement Fred H.,Davis and not, 'is repression toward en-In year.At Blacklock of and that organization, Mr.
machines county and home
in excess of $100,000 high tide, water covered the
and -
licensing sanctioning operation
dally said. The state collects baseball demonstration agents. About forty Fe
Paty old diamond at Ketch
three per cent of this for division of places of amusement'which kan Alaska, and in extra Inning to sixty leading 4-H boys and girls Good Sandwiches

equally among the counties. I are harmless in themselvesCOURT / games outfielders sometimes play- will be Invited to the schools, which ...
i. 1 1i will last four
days. The first
ed In water to their knees. school
up ICE COLD
Y i MAKES HEADWAY will be held for Dade County, at BEER
{ TALLAHASSEE Supreme Miami, February 5-ff. The next Ask For Our 'Price on Cases
.DvW Mayor J., S. Hartley of Olathe.
Eb Court gained on Itself In the six Kan., was wounded by one of his week, February 13-16, a school will Adjolelaf
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months 'June' ,term 'which ended be held at Palm Beach. Others will Sinclair Service Station
officers
own while they
were '
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Monday. Chief 'justice Fred H. be> held at Plant City, February I When Y.. Oft Yam. Gee sad
suing fugitives in a motorcar.
Davis announced the court had disposed 19-22; Orlando, February 26 to ,&.,,0_.... .
of 634: cases during the term NOTICE) OF. APPLICATION von I

which began laajt I June. During TAX: anion ________________________
Notice l III I
herebr arlven that O.
that time 030 cases were placed on Powell. holder. of Tax C..Uflnat.. No.
: the docket and as the hew January (DO. Ird day: of August, A. D. 1931. I-
While 30-ton monsters lumbered term started the court bad 652 I has filed and ald made certificate application In for my tax office i jMEDICAL

v cases remaining on. the docket for deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith
consideration. law. Bald certificate embrace.the .
over OKLAHOMA following described. property alt
uated In Bradford County Florida,
1 .FLORIDA SUN HEALS to-wlti H acre 'In NK Cor. of
n NWV4\ of NV/tt\ 8ao. 14, Tp. a., It.
Deep in Oklahoma lie die producing sands of thai VENICE -- Senator Royal S. 1. 15. ADVICE
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Copeland last week said the medi- The .m.nt of said propertyunder
''J Cambrian and Ordovician the Bald certificate Issued waa
in
: Age*- some places:
cal profession now realizes healing In the name of I* C. Powell.
than mile below the surface.Out of these sanda Unleee eald certificate halt be redeemed "
L; more a : rays of the sun play an Importantpart according to law tax deed V you' want to a-

;k Sinclair/ takes the rich Cambro-Ordovkian: crude: oil in curative processes, particu- will Uaue thereon on the fat day ofJanuary keep the bowel
larly In tuberculosis and Joint and A. D. 1 J4.Dated action regular and comfortable\
1 which: it refine and blend into Sinclair 0pe1iDeA. bone'dlseases., His remarks were thla 10th day of Deoeraber male
constipated
spells
A. D. 1933 as rare colds
y ( Motor Oil-a product of 80 million year of Nature'. UP 1'0 i.ir. 41.1s fa werbINrr. -, made to several hundred Florida A. S. THOMAS, avoid danger of bowel as
y ..., m bIga. tat3alcd and Clerk of Circuit Court, strainuse
mellowing filtering treatment. In process ot man Ne .... go. ..... at fill sails physicians surgeons gatheredfor Bradford County. o''d"NOTICta -
./ ,"r'' ufacture: Sinclair Opaline I Is de-waxed and freed from' .... bark a. the ek.e. the first clinical assembly to beheld lI-UIIStI1U a liquid laxative
at the Florida Medical Center
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'water evtl O..aL.A .
OP APPLICATION FOR
"; i petroleum jelly at a* low a* 60. F. below sera Try. .arraa may lead to C3eplaaMM. > here. TAX PKED
Y;''' Norooa Haada b .. Notice !I. hereby given, that Pierre Can constipation be overcome The right '
h ctankcasef: ul of Opaline-note how It lost in the heat : > Matwlndlcwtion A. Bernard holder of Tax CertificateNo. "Year say medical men.- "Yes! liquid laxative will bring
d of hard driving aDd a koat at SECOND! IN AIRPORTS 151 dated. ttl day of August, declare thousands who have fol a Perfect movement, with no dii,
7 t t dMV mplaaaant dtsiwVbaBMflk TA.J4PA.Florid. with forty- A. D. 111211. has tiled| Mid certificate. lowed their advice and know comfort at the time, or afterward.The .

".l'.riwia, yo .try TaM.gt, three new airports employing 4800 In my tax office deed to and.....made.. thereon'applicationfor In aooordance You are not apt to cure your wrong cathartic may keep
it W aartae men under the. CWA program' with law. Bald certificate. constipation with salts. pills and .you constipated as long._._you keep
Jtat one ta a half claaa e( embrace the following deacrlb.dproperty
tablet, or 00 using iU -
ranks second: in the United State, any habit-forming ca-
makes a pUaaanf.parfe> : altuated In Bradford County
g g 1 = drink deUcktfally aeotkta.Dr. according to information received : ,' Florida, to-wit: Th. Ea.t Halt thartic. But you can overcome this In} buYin4r any laxative, read thedon't
condition just
.. ........... ......... hare by the Department,of Comm of Southeast Quarter. Quarter of Seotloaaeven. of the Southwest (7)-, with a suitable by liquid gentle lua regulation ve. latel.., takait. youodon'tlknow
KOaa* Marvin* to .... rce. .According detailed statistics Townihlp Seven. (7) South,' Range P If
e3sds .In two forms-.IJiaiMMtTabUt. nd Florida Is ,'constructing Twenty-two: (2J> East, containing the apuageperson Sarup. bowels pin ass what Is in it; don't chance it. The
Twenty: (10) Acre, more or lessThs just contents of
Dr.
# -1 j rfot'MOthinc line twenty-seven new fields and making a .e..ment of regular at clockwork in a few week: Caldwell'a Syrup
OIL' .... ..... effect.NERVINE. to sixteen existing under the said certificate 11.:1 wae tune.,, Pepsin 'i. stated plainly.'on the
..... at yea rkr.g Mess improvements In the name of Unknown. label!; fresh herbs;, pure' pepsin,
airport,, all under the supervision Unleee eald 6.rtlflcat..hall'b. redeemed Hospitals u.e' .aclive leno..
1'' '." of MaJ.A., B. McMullen of Tallahassee according, : to law tax deed Why
4 Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) .- will I..... thereon, the 10th day laxative "" Its very taste tells you:syrup
4r, "Y 't' ). c'' iI t'(1ft' formerly of Tampa of February: A. D. 1114. : pepsin is wholesome A deliahtfut
i' i" The dose ofa
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liquid laxative
l [ Dated this tth lay of January, can be taste and delightful '
J. H. WAINWRIGHT A. 19U. measured The
With of 473,142: D" action can be con tion. Safe for
a population A.. 3.''fHOMAS. trolled. It forms ,.
'r' no habit
[ARKE, VIA. PHONE158 Somerset, En?., has about one per- Clerk, of Circuit Court' not take a "double dose'1( ; you need mothers, and acS'
a day or'
Florida.
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t JANUARY 18,1884 i
--- -- SCHOOLS GET CWA FUNDS
HINT
e=-- N./.I perspiration. I go down to the DR. BRITTIAN TO BE HERE HIRSUTE -
It. He !
; { He liked
automobile.
ew H
WEDNESDAY JANUARY :*4 I ik ,
field on a cold morning said Mr. LAKELAND-County Superin
that he
.- /l- loon convinced himself CHEHALIS,Wash.-The beating
!If, Jones. "I find a man standing at F. E. Brigham of Winter .
tight to cash out his life insurance Dr. C. M. Brlttlan of Jacksonville Jailer Bill Walter received from tendent
mch the root of the tree with an axe In and Ed R. Bentley, Lakeland
and make a first payment on the leader of the Florida Baptists Ed Puckett when the latter recently Haven t
., half of his salarynd his hand." 'Why don't you cut the Lewis Polk County administratorfor
:ar and then take will be In Starke next Wednesday. escaped from the
make the monthly payments tree?' I ask. The man replies, 1 January 24. County jail, was of great benefit. CWA, have worked out plans

lamp nto. fed and a light into patL-Pula 11105.Fi : .- le wanted the car and he made r.m waiting until 'I sweat When" I On Wednesday afternoon Dr. I Walter says since Puckett poundedon whereby several rural schools la '
Thy won! it a my ay sweat I will cut the tree.. The will January 8
I'himself believe he ought to have it. Brlttlan will meet with the NewRiver his bald head hair has begun to Polk Clunty open
All religious teaching doctrine or man should cut.the tree and then Aaaoclatlonal ministers at with Civil Works Administrationfunds. 4i
JJ i1P131YR. he could sweat without trying to grow. Details of the plan will be> ti
Ql' &,*&, U they are to have any datanon whatever I feel like doing" the Starke Baptist church for their According to that argument;
"I do twiceIn
th..love, loyalty and devotion of the people,must be In harmony with do it. Feeling Is mentioned regular meeting and in the eveningwill should look like completed this week. About forty it
do married
of Jesua the Christ whoae words fit into every fold and creviceof a i man told,me one) time "So Bible. It la 1 never mentioned In churchat most men teachers have been approved for ,,
at the
the teachings "NEVER MAN dogs and horses" X replied. Man with{ Feeling deliver a sermon i members of the House of David.It ,
salvation
the human heart, and of whom it was said John 7:46: connection teaching positions under the CWA
SPAKE: LIKE THIS MAN." may be sort of a human animal, is the fruit which grows on the 7:30: o'clock. fortunate in simply doesn't hold water, Mr. program. t l r
than that. He was The church is very Walter.
but he is more of faith. Feeling Is not
and Union counties' are Invited to use this de tree saving hero for that .
.! Bradford Dr. Brlttlan -
pastor of God. He la having 4
made in the image
salvation. The Apostle trail patrol
and Bnnoanomenta. the root of The California highway
for ae wa of ehal'Clb.ethltlell, organizations He I evening and a treat Is In store for A class "A" has been com-
oartment. Bpao freely given and no charge madthe only reqnlremeutbeta supposed to be able to reason.. Paul said, "In whom believing we all those who hear him. A cordial pleted in the Great Smoky Moun- has prohibited speed tests of auto
There
baa a sense of obligation. I ( a ,
because
I
morning I don't believe
before Wednesday
that such items reach this office rejoice. invitation is extended to all. tains National Park by the CCC. mobiles on state highways.Approximately f
they cannot be bandied for current leave.STARKE are times when men must do right rejoice. I rejoice because I believe. .
otberwlse because it Is right to do right and.hey "' The bureau of standards has There are eleven air routes In twenty per cent ?
must do their duty because it Great Britain, not counting those of the farms In the United State I
of both lighter
About one-half of the people manfactured water I It
CHURCH DIRECTORY I ,1'la their duty to do their duty. i and heavier than natural water. between London and Europe. change hands through Inheritance.
First Baptist Church to ._ .Sam Jones said "Feeling is mor- Bolivia are Indians, I r.

Rev. J. J. Johnson, pastor BOB "UNt.I t
Sunday School-10:00: A. M. ." LITTLE LOUIEGIVE
Morning Worship-11:00: A. M.

B. Y. P. U.-6:30: P. M. .
Worship-7:30: P. M. OMMENTSON HEAVENS! I FOdGOT
Evening MlM THANIc T.kE IT IGHT
A ) ITHAT'S ALL
cordial Invitation extended to { SHAIIn.E.
A ; TO
\ \( *ouEVERV IPVOU
all there services. HERE'AM DOSE OF This LOOiE, BOTTLE BEFORE MOM I'LL
J\OOCTOa
GEE MOM
HOUR EXPECT
HEREAfTER."Doctor ,
w I GAVe YOUTHAT ; uNafS
Christian Church I / THAT'STERRIBLE
AND HE'LL' TO GET
'What God Forgets" will be the I BE ALLRUSHT\ / WELL MEDICINEt : : THAT'LL' ; a ? li liDA&4.

subject of the sermon next Sundayat the Lord has Impressed TASTIM IT UP

.: .. me to leave my wife and marry I STUFF r
"From to the Living God" another woman." That Is what a

will be the subject of the sermonat man said to an evangelist friend of h Nf L-'
7:30: p.m. mine. He was a fool. God never >
All are invited to attend these Impresses any man to do anything N. w ?,
which the Bible forbids. The Holy
services.Faithfully yours,' Spirit does not lead men to violate

W. E. DAUGHERTY Minister. the commands of, the Bible. 1 ;I 1
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Methooisi Church It is strange bow men can lead
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. themselves to believe that what 0 y'% Y't'
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Sunday School, 10 a.m. they want they ought to have. ,-
at 11:00 a.m:
worship :
Morning Sometime ago a man working for a
Young People's Meeting-6:30 small salary began to look at a 1\fM ANn"KEEPING fl
p.. M. Will Do for Al ---By POP. ...u..u.-
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. UP WITH THE JONESES"---Even Yesterday's News 4

11 7 C0 I{ elI ,
Presbyterian Church S; OOMT KNOW WtV. X SVER WBLLx: : WON'T TANO YHSSIR.- LAST i'i
'Rev. George H. Lowry, Minlstei WORK.woes. THraO'idMYUU WORK !!! : \ I Ii ill WASTED Mfr LIFE OM NtSUX 'EN" II"O R IT-- X'MbO NOT <:JOIN<':r EVENIN'. F1gDefi TWAMKS J I .wJr'u
Services next Sunday as follows: NEVE bET AN9" WELL.. Z.: : ; c.ouL.D HAVE, WRRieD A Zb < ON 6INc, A DO VA MIND r9 i
KNOW fOoO JUST AS EASV.AND #
10:00:() A. M.-Sunday School T. NEeo.tMAIO TO HELP ME RICH MAN E.RVANT'5. ( FgU.5 I"OI.D DRUCBE q IP f. RRAD a t
S. Williams'acting superintendent OCIN'T XUR.'es MAD 6fPC.: BUAM- 'FtUINI # fr4Y. w IT HdRq? /
His ANYTHlN$ % HAr-lC5 ETC.. r
Lesson Topic, "Jesus Begins CARE r BLAFi--- -
A600.JTU :=' u L.A'" .
Ministry. CAN CES: ?HAT;!. e H ..
(I : II
11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship, ; J
sermon by the pastor-"Heartn r;

and Doing I /

6:30: P. M.--Christian Endeavoi _
7:30: P. :M.-Evening Worship ; 3
song and .sermon. Sermon subject -
"The Destructive Penknife." j
The church history study das P
meets at the manse every Thursday h
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evening at 7:30.A : _
cordial invitation to all our ,.
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u.
1111 b'rM.-lda.
24i1. to
services extended.to all. -' ,.. -, ;, _

school students of Callfoi '
High of And It Drives; Him; Speechless:: :: TooJ
profits
nia made agricultural : ,
in Future Farmer projects ; NEXT DOOR .
51220,000 I THE FAMILY <( _

during the last fiscal year. -..... 11..u. / "'ll ,- w 1'1 1 '

Many houses In. Afganlstan' MMtfiEl! HOW A &HL' AH' AWFUlt MINUTEs Tin'OHYIN DREW! r'. JUST SAW: IIAAXJlMB.N 0N DEA A.NOW tI
semble beehives with their don, YO'ISHOWyy ARHT1 E CILI pREN'? G..o' TRIED VERY LATEQ Tt4AT PAT T111N0" < TELlDMONti ALWAYI
I IN'T 'THK NICEt etE4, I KNEW TO %NUe .'''6''T' ftusCl0.1 l CAtq
roofs.jinalin '
shaped NI O. I CfcH'TIMfMllNC I""OM 16\"t DIIMAN6CQEAM'g.u I {tRi W A 1F4NO
$0116 A tVUNQl N6. t \ JIlD INQUU ANDOSWK COMa OVE.. "MUCDO'dl j
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opt a '\\I!' Bradford County Telegraph: A During REMEDIABLE the pant-few S SITUATION weeks there Maybe You've' JDIGCINGEMA UP,4,#


fl ; EsVaulisfied 1877 haa been considerable talk about ,
the difficulty obtaining local labor -
Heard
S ;J' in competition with the hlgb : : If, But:
' '' 1 Published 'and 'Entered 'as Second Class
it Weekly on Fridays' wages being 'paid by the Civil \ "

? 'z Matter t at'the' Po Office. at"Starke, FloridaE. Works Administration: Several ..6 'e' rix& : Ji'1
1f; __ farmers have complained that they Why do those In command' out 'd
and in .insist ca /inIl. 0 Jade;w fr worn
Hollywood on changingthe
L. 1Iatthewsf' __- __________Editor and Owner cannot get help In cultivating .6x t e "inet.ftrJli'cf Ih.DU11tD
___ gathering their strawberries. perfectly swell names of some

t '-- RATE ., Similar troubles are being encountered stage plays to inane' title that JfOHf' f esxgA.oft:: owstrtrt9M

r SUBSCRIPTION in other sections of the mean nothing to' anyone "The ;:urmp archery praefice.t .

df Yearly, $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance state In Palm Beach County, ac- Late"Her Sweetheart1 Christopher when Bean"it'became started
cording to news dispatches, the
t1 ; Advertising Rates on Application county CWA has asked the executive touring the movlfc'* houses, and s.
It: "Death Takes 4 Holiday" (ah.
If' \\ committee of that organization
there was a title to fire the imagination -
Don't neglect "Our Letter Box." to approve no more projectsfor
) has become "Strange Holi
situation
1 .j; that county until the
0r there regarding domestic service is day." What's' the matter Don't

r Add similes: as a flea In a nudist colony. cleared up. Scores there have deserted they think movie audience tan
t Rapper; take a''h title. with three-syllable ..- _
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regular Jobs to take up the >
-
+ r N 0ft more remunerative CWA work, it words In them We got intelllgl- cj c-

ft} A decided blonde is .one who has seen a man she wants. Is said. munce, as Pop! Eyewould say; fir

o In the Everglades truck growingareas -

u Farm prices are improving' and so is the farmer's .outlook according to reports,negro Some folks have asked us why _
h : tomato Dickers and other field we don't change this column intoa Sri

on)Iife. ., workers are deserting because kind of gossip clearing bouse

0'rjl wages paid to ordinary labors on (anything for a change they sigh);
CWA projects are considerably Well, the answer is that we think
The battle cry of many.modern marriages is, "Remember ,
Starke is nice little and
higher than the truck are a town
growers
,' l Jw the alimony!I" able to pay. Growers at Canal we think,it is goingto turn warm a Y

i1 r o. Point Pohokee. Belleglade and about day after,,tomorrow and we

*' ''ft) A road sign! in Texas, reads: "Drive carefully if you'd other truck growing areas.recently want to stick around and find out 1
if it does.
called for between 1200 and 1500 really: ,
{, t' *' rather be than was." JrrnAe ffffirjejtera. inth
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field workers to pick tomatoes, but rr-i worker
al, 0IYt" obtained only around 200; and a One New" '\-Yofrk Tbolumnist, 'In'' be* iof \ a et:

nN1 t, ; : Inland Empire News.iays that frequently a woman's only second call brought no workers. at discussing the trials and tribulations *> an ounce of fancy.
.
+1,, 'Of}.: f It i s th e man s h e maul'ed', all. .of producing a 'stage show,
However, part of the blame for tells the following amusing story:

ii, this unfortunate condition rests on A couple of summers ago a stock :
x+- + ... We consider it a good sign f that Starke is enlarging the the shoulders of the employer,him company: ; was playing' r'"Strictly I(f M

#:t court house instead of the. jail. self according: to, officials at the Dishonorable" In an outlying town. I ..
!'it.. Federal Re-employment, Office In this neat' comedy there is an
o ; here. It is said that all a, nan who episode in which the ingenue hearsa

\:,: Headline. says, :'Students- Find Fossils." Perhaps they wants workers has to do La to register : cat meowing outside the window. JfasureMtents 'show Mai the X- ,

i: found. them in :faculty meeting.. his needs at' the reemployment I She goes to the window and' talksto Ivctorfa regia "Jane waterifais
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office. After this Is done the cat. "Well, what a nice ;
I.ir! ,,!> these regular :Jobs will be offeredto kitty!I" she exclaims. '"Me-ow1: as much as, 2SnF warmer

} t r 1: Wonder if the Byrd expedition will discover anything registered men, and If they refuse says! the cat. Pretty soon the girl I Man"Me temperature the wl s .

,f' more valuable than a good pace\ to cool beer? the work their names. will be asks the cat how many kittens it is oj
stricken from the CWA roll. going to have.: On this occasion .rkr iufdi 9 airvhen bloo rin9 ;,,

By this time the,kicj.1 s)have;o broken their Christmas toys I process This is and a it comparatively seems that, until simple he the off-stage the cat had voice an that inspiration was imitating that. .. ..' ., "

and the grownups their New .Year's resolutions. has given the re-employment office almost' stopped' the. show., It '''re. 'LJ,. .: ;: _____
fa plied:, ',Tbreeow'And ;
o an opportunity to supply his needs, :
no employer should that or of e mpcevSy
k : Kids who got roller for Christmas will be in complain -
sjkates paradise -
the CWA is ruining local labor and ;another'.Cotaettst' telta';us .I i unohorn luhal r.
Il !!j, as 'soon'as workmen geji,!h rough with the new sidewalks. he can get no help with 'his strawberry -. that one sure'way bf always having ..

;1 0 crop. an Idea is to have a family of

) 1 One exchange remarks J that it can't help but notice what p --- twelve childreu"anxl: take them on .
AN a three-day outing'However;: that
$' a small package it. makes when a man gets wrapped up in UNCLAIMED BODY hint isn't much.,help: to:'an unmar even if''it did have a theft-proof few particulars, and it still serves.
( tag on it? Well then it is Just as A reasonable'extension and
"t! himself.., We all have periods of self-pity rled,man',who wants?an idea for bo Late
tA unreasonable to romp on him when strengthening of Federal police
after tomorrow..
'I a '< 'Q ing when we feel that we are not day, :
i M somebody steals a bracket. If you power-the proposal of which is
) r; South Florida counties'are' /, getting ready :for their strawberry appreciated quite as much as we -'. 'To Classify had theft-proof buttons on your largely the cause of this debate
should be, and we wonder why the NOTES, ON ,TILE NEWS
i overcoat you wouldn't call a a about the failure of the states and
guy
} 1 ,, festivals. How about: .pne for Bradford later in the rewards of trying 'to 'do right
button
stealer If he
Whydo usefront walked off with the undermining' of the Constitution -
people RUSSLU.
pages By KAY
l 1f' spring? should be as slim as they some-
the
4 'if'' times seem to be. Publicizing love's outrages? &cm ry. Flonda Pm AiwnorAnd coat. -is not) going to cause any
? v al --- I like to kid a fellow as well as revolution In this country nor lead

;; Rudy Vallee'a phonograph..ecords. might have been pop- week A story to in some the news extent colmuna answered this If Greta Garbo la really married toRouben'Mahaqultan now with Dave's statement the next guy.. At the same time I to the abandonment of our traditional -

lar that the time .for purchasing the believe In bein' reasonable and scheme of governmenL'De.trolt -
but they never gained :'asmuch attention as those made these questions.On A lot of to be '
us yokels are going new trick tags bra been extended since rm 'personally acquaintedwith (Mich.) News.o .
', by his wife. Monday the body of David awfully, disappointed ,-< no. to February 1, right after George Mr. Wilder I feel it my duty ----- --

0 Lamar known as the "Wolf of Wall ,foolian.;, J4A' Wilder had told us posolutely and to say a' few words in his defense TOMORROWS?S TANGLE

-,.' A Georgia newspaper flames f Gandhi's scant method of Street," lay unclaimed In the New Wonder If Press< ep' t osevelt's experiment : absotively the deallne was January It seems! ludicrous to make a Some people are constitutionally
: York City morgue as an autopsy tvltl1 dollar 19: or take the consequences sOlDe.body' statement that a theft-proof device unable to enjoy the present because
+ dressing on politics. If j he- was, an'' American we'd blame it showed that heart disease had Will make the elusive little things face ought to be red... has been stolen., It :Just don't make of a fear of what tomorrow may

t''on'', ,: Wall Street. caused his death in $17.60 a week- any less ,hardto; collar l' :Judging from the number of 'SS! sense. If It is theft-proof it bring. If the sun shines they see

k'i r' o hotel room. tags still clinghT to thee rear, of couldn't be stolen. a possibility of rain in the heavens.

'wife During his lifetime Lamar was Taking a child. away' from candy Florida cars it is evident that most In spite of that fact I wouldn'tbe If there are no clouds, they fear
\ A .Kansas man and nig 'managed to live on seven regarded as a, "market scalper" Is easier than taking 1; a sheet from folks didn't believe a word George surprised anytime to see some the worst Is'on the way because

acres of land and save for'their,old age by raising berries and whose shady operations placed him Gandhi. I said and weren't the least bit afraid I poor guy hauled up before a jbdge, the law,of averages must operateat

f I garden truck. Just goes to show what can be done. in the clutches of the law many.. It grieved us migbtiiy{ think that I of, the big bad wolf charged with stealln' a theftprooftag. i some time.:
times. Won't that be swell technicality There
1 that Prince Alexis had to ,Thai time-limit stuff on motor a are certain fortunate hUman -
;' 3) 0 In World War days.'he wa 'in.' spend honeymoon away tags is as old as Irving Cobb's for the smart lawyers to argue limitations. If men could see

''F Governor Talmadge of Georgia wants Uncle Sam to get a dieted for seeking to halt shipments from his wife,' the former radio Jokes. Officials have been I over. In each case, the end of their efforts -

l r bellyfull) of farming." It begins; to look however, as if the of arms to allies. ;Alias Barbara Hutton.' walkin' out In the limelight and their dreams, or their lives.

administration will sooner get a bellyfull of Governor Tal At a later date he was'indictedfor The, poor.things probably had tospend' sprlngtn' that gag for so many existence would lose Its savor Life
J'f' impersonating a RepresentativeIn ; alltheit, time playing years nobody pays any attentionto In Its fullest sense la effort, not fulfillment -
I 'i madge. it.. Battle la better than vic
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Congress The government ald ,battledorean"dshuttlecock I From.Other Pens I
,
'l, I, .. .... his plan was to get.OD.the floorof or "ButtonButton., Whose qow if Jim Lee had stuck his the tory.treasures Dreams are, of more the Incas golden' than Men

1', The; enure, population. : the world could be accommodated the House and make a speech to Opt. the-Button, ?" head out 01' the Comptroller's office live ,only today. The wise, know
'' Influence the price of steeL For and announced that he was
: in the State of Texas, gtying each person nearly 4,000 A'' 'eceDt,headline' tamtf'rfght: > out SLANG this; and seize the fullness of each
this, be served two years.in a Federal gonna crack down on a certain
feet of l land. And still said"'K West Under hour so much from the
square t. some one is always stepping prison. and date, a lot of folks would have been as salvaged
bur : I Guard.: -. It la nonsense to say that"'|Wlth.lanl' unknown future, "
h'on pet worried' and there ,
corn. Monday his body lay in a New downright
We could make a dirty crack out literary English has nothingto la to
It aUb
;. wouldn't be, anywhere near as the.part of wisdom l
0it York City'morgue,- unclaimed' of that, but.we're Just too : do unless It has a long pedigree, view the future with Since
account of Jim hope.
There are 300,000: species j ,pf:insects known to science and even by bill-surviving-1)-relatives,. tuard. 'T.' bein'many In stragglers the habit on of. ,meanin, what and then."- *only', 'on 'very. rare occasions. the beginning of time all 'things

't r$y Tjioiwo ot ,them are exactly,alike ,in form or habits. Evens'iyou DOWN ON THE FARM U we are to believe;those 'phonograph he says. have eventuated In good.,The prog-

no doubt .have noticed ,, records brought: into Human nature Is a funny thing.It Shakespeare.Is full of slang; poet.Ic ress of the world, In spite of the
\\I; ... \hat no two of them.wear the imagery Is close kin to freshcoined forebodings of .the'pessimist, continues -
colored The farmer Is Justified in looking court by Rudy makes folks do a' lot of dumb
same necktie.r
slang. But slang wears like an forever '
r'wit" -' > :. forward with optimism at the. beginning No one can accuse Mrs. Webb's lit tricks, like puttin' off the purchase upward. Clouds always -
old coin, and loses Its Who '
,0 '" of a ,of until the last minute outllne pass and the sunshine always
{ .I 1 i# of this-a new'y0-- tIe daughter being. a new tag

'; .'T.l. These skeptical youngsters! ,A Chicago teacher had to Recent reports show that sub gudygudy; and then yelpln' and squawkin' because islng'Is aware the word that It!"capricious"was once 'slang today, to Joy returns., so all :Joys As may all sorrows well end turn In
have to stand in line for
:'bring a cow into the schoolroom milk her and then give the stantial advances have been, madeIn they and means."goat-like"T How
Folks who bang around the breadlines two or three hours to get served. many greater gladness.,. Tomorrow ts always -
,, |j,children the milk In order to convince them that milk did not ricultural the prices products.releived for Strikes basil and ag Every motorist knows he's gotta of those who call their friends"nincompoops" better than today.'

'tf come originally from cans and bottles. other troubles which have taken Seldom ever. make the headlines. buy' a tag sooner or later.' They from the know its slangy'! derivation Tomorrow's ,tangle? When 'tQo;,

place recently In many farm areashave also know that the tag money' goes mentis T Latin.non comma .morrow,comes.,It brings strength
9 -0-- An exchange the bther day head to the schools and the schools. need and wisdom to meet the difficultiesof
y t The rarest physical disorderthat: afflicts mankind is said now quieted down., 11 .;d'.yallee-Loses First Round." it plenty bad but still they put It Good usage of slang, as of older I the day. Tangles resolve them..
to During 1934, and In the years tq .We'd much"rather 'he1, would lose"Tbe'La.t If time extendedto verbiage, la basically a question of selves as the I
y r r:]i be the loss of the sense of, thirst. Medical history records follow, it is believed'that the in- off Even the was they near eye of the
Roundup. April or ':'May'a lot of birds good taste. A man who' writes confident beholder. A Joyous heart.
A Fs only .'hree'or four such cases.:,. :perhaps even, those :will.''re- fluenie of the farm ro-operattve '- would'wait''until the last day to well Is not afraid of new phrases: a hopeful spirit'finds :the way

coernow' that prohibition has been repealed. will grow steadily stronger. In 'And speaking-oi eff.RUdr-lt.: a buy! 'em,!?Some would even kid he'' avoids the stale, and knows smooth and the road open to''a,
"'j i 0 some parts of the country these cooperatives fortunate thing that hie wife pho- themselves Into believln' they'd get' hat' anew| .phrase may be staler happy future.-Eustis ,Lake, Re-_ ,
have been extraordinarily tograpba better than she phono than an'old one; he makes
t another extension and the old every gion.
I Secretary Ickes has the right idea. He, says, "If I had successful in the face of the crap .. .. tag until a traffic cop ran use'em over word count.-New York Herald --0PLEASURE
my.way: about national parks would create without depression. ,It to 'believed that Tribune,.
;J.! one a to the curb and slipped 'ema, AND HAPPINESS
: road in it. I would have it impenetrable forever to automobiles without 'the co-operative prices 'VBBTVI. INVENTIONS I ticket. I --' Pleasure," bred of..worldlinesa.She ..,,
} '
would have been lower and markets '
Walter Wlnchell tells of the. re-. While' we're on the .ubject. of ,A DIRTY TRICK; is the mother! of self-Indul
r) a place where man would,not try to improve on God." more chaotic than they were. I .
book .
cent Invention of a bookless new tags,; r: see where >the newspaper gence wastefulness, -vanity dissipation
___ .0 Co-operatives Dave never ,,taken ;for hanging up your mother-in-: paragraphers. are bavin':a lot A 'Communist agitator rode Into ,dishonesty,'failure and *Ill
kp :We received "lucky piece" this week of the same alumi-! a strong hold In this section, but it .law's picture. This >comes ,from' of fun .....In. George Wilder on account Hyde Park; and. after leaning his health.. Happiness Is born of Ugh

alloy that going Into I the Is hoped that with their dontlnued the fertile brains of Colonel Stoop. of, .some practical joker bicycle against the railings, mounted Ideate, kindness, consideration, un
1IUm js construction of modern
a I success In other part of the country I eagle and Budd as do the follow- stealln' the tags when they're supposed a soap box and proceeded. to address selfishness i thrift, honor, and of
.
4f' y K[train. Shortly afterwards however, a black cat nearly the lesson.,,they ,teach will ing; Red, white and''blue tweet to be theft-proof.. the crowd. each; day's'work well done Her

'tripped us up so,we are,right back where we started from. gradually,come to be learned here. (or keeping American flags flying Of course I know it'a all In fun ."If your family is hungry" he children are contentment, success,
,
.\ oaTAHIJC when there Isn't wind. A cellophane and -
any the boys 'wouldn'tl, 'hurt shouted "raid a shop and take food bright days and long :years.Pleasure .
1j' 0" FOR SFEKDKRSWhen' : haystack.so!'that you tan: George's feelln's for the world..bu for them and don't care what any. 'if hectic
and Hvea
t" What a comfort: Ridiculing: the zeal of faddists for "-' ,find a needle In ItAD;; ,. alarm Just the same It kind of embarrasses body says 'If your wife hasn't gota excitement but on

(strenuous daily exercise, George Jean Nathan points out that you''are speeding' along.thinking clock with half a beUVeo;; that when George with hie public. coat,'pick:USe best.tu"cat you the home: and,happiness to the dally'thrivesin task..

'_the laziest animals, live longest, citing the tortoise and ele- youhav.r perfect' controlof two people are rooming together 'The truth of l the --matter isj; the see, and ignore the consequences! Pleasure has a!vampiah beauty
"automoblle '
It might be one of them. An
your it wake up only new tags are theft-proof. Of course After several more minutes 'In, which
.;","pbant which sometimes reach the age of 200 years or more. wen for.;rou to bear a few figuresIn upside-down bur eau:-4he.flat, part It's kind of bard to make a motorist this strain he dismounted from his rouged cannot and be denied but It in of'the

r" On the'other hand, active-animals like the dog, squirrel and your mind. The following table, at the bottom prevent*'your collar understand that when he walks soap box and his next words were: has a calmer penciled but type,Happiness :

hare, die at a relatively early" age; bared"00-tests made by the New button from' rolling tunder It, and around to the hfitd end of his bus I "Who are the'scoundrels who lying beauty.' more sates
))1 York police department, ahgw. the the legs at, thefop&tye as,book and finds his nice' new tag gone, took my bikef_Toronto Globe.. '
.r' 0" approximate ; minimum stopping Bt'' but'just the same, every case reported .I --e-- Pleasure wakes with the eventideand

,t. No wonder there were/so many old maids in the old dayS. distance.for". four-wheel brake la ,Of course those "are':all right- so tar discloses the fact thatit DON'T. WORRY ABOUT. CONSTITUTION : I rises stalk' at night. Happiness

'The; following is a law passed by the British parliament,, in good condition on a level.and.dry I but what.we really need,,is some- was the bracket that was stolen. day at with'the the aide sun and walk all-,
concrete roadway. ; thing practical like a watch, with .Now maybe the tag was attachedto There of him who ..
It
1670: "All women of whatever rank de-: no reason to become worthy of her "
age, profession or Stopping companionship
its face behind fort people who always the bracket;;but the point Is It panicky ,
[:'gree,:jwhether' ,,rnalda..or widow*,,that shall from the passing Miles '8ee0Dd Distance atut'readinga, newspaper was ithe,. bracket ;that,was stole* tution does today not because the Consti lire/rtdeswith ,prosperity+
irl '"'': Per Hour 'To Btop'' In Feet '_frA. -' ."" .- and f G mean to us txactly'what & idVoaverts it Into n *f.Happi4aesa
back.
.of this actlmpoee'upon; andlbettuy! Into matrimony, any of ". from j the ; . nev f ntade' any extravagant it meant to those who framed walks hand-in-hand
10 -.8 \120
:Hi Majesty's;> mate subject*,,1'by"scents-;. paints, cosmetics, 20, :'1.1; ITao < //I Iretitlos.' on.4 Vurirent*bIBngiaiKt beln'Xbeft-pcooC' ciattni: abou;.A1\ the te,agreed brackets .(,u t.W. don't live In the same worhK .arty.." aa... '.adesbrx''-with'l itfrMaeg pay- ,
long the ''
a*
': highheeled shoe or bolstered hips: shall Incur the penalty of 2.15 ,* 12 was that fern seed gathered to do wa*,.&lve ;you xvuanmteed itself[ to ear Constitution adapts' atflueac44pksaurs :
changing it Into l
.the laws now in force against witchcraft." Mae.West would 60' ; 3.s ,'tIt'De' on St.John's. "eve" rendered*- ', *.the: theft-proof, tMf..Uf: :""*. ** ." : I' .fa.. good Constitution.clYUle"''And Uon.It a .. '
1..Co.
have died -t.O' no Dearer.invisible. ', ,You .wouldn'tbkme,0{ *>rge .ifyaebody marh t.caJF. .- -w\'
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