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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 26, 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 )
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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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unty) SurveyedTo Collector Tags'Deadline'Of Can All Supply Kinds; Warrants Here By Fagg, Workers Orders" Foremen'No Loafing1 Green To Leave Innocent Turned Bystanders Into Boxers Building Program 4p, fJ 4 tl

Again Soon
On Civil 'Works Projects Last ,

learn Prices Tax Collector::C.:-A. Knight is For Delinquent Reports thai-'"'hundreds For WashingtonAt Thursday- Night

calling the attention of, the publicto perhaps Spectators at the boxing bouts Handicapped t'LBy
thousands of
CWA workers
the fact that it won't be long are in the Armory Thursday night of

Farmer Must Pay before the extension of time on the Filling StationsComptroller loafing and accomplishing has ; practi- End Of WeekAccepts last week got more excitement
cally
purchase of automobile license tags Fagg nothing state executive caused officer Marcus to than they paid admission to see Halt On Buying

will be expired. Feb,1 Is the deadline when the main bout of the evening
instruct
county administrators to I
Seeks In announced by Governor ended In a free-for-all.
Figures Sholtz.
eminent Lee Sends Order To dismiss foremen or workers who do -
Order To RegulatePrices Mr. Knight says that he now has Sheriff In All Florida not give a full day's work. House Chairmanship Of Important According to police officers who No Mtt-terlaU Can Be PiirrhMod; t ,
on band an ample supply of tags of Comniittro< On wore witnesses, there '
Counties Mr.. Fagg sent the instruction to seems to Hours Of Workers Cut
TerritoriesThe
all denominations and advises have been i
county administrators here as well a little difference in In Halt
A survey to determine the price prospective buyers to. shop early Sheriff W. J, Epperson this week aa In all other Florida counties opinion between Vasco Forsyth of -

aid by farmers for certain articles and avoid the rush. received warrants for seizure and following complaints from WendellC. man'R.many friends of Congress Stark and his opponent, Skeeter CWA activities In this county as
A Green will be to
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urchased got underway in this sale of gasoline stations that have Heaton president of the State learn pleased Barwick, from the Lawtey CCC well aa In many others throughout
that he Is
this week. The work which not paid sufficiently recov- Camp, while in a clinch. The local the
ounty Processing Tax current licenses. The Federation of Labor and others, ered from a recent Illness so that country were curtailed this ,
known as .the' ''Local Market warrants were mailed out by that men were "leaning! : on shovel he was able to leave his home here man is said to have lifted the other week when orders were Issued' by ;,, frl t
brlce Project, la being carried on Comptroller; J. M. Leo to sheriffs handles," and loafing' their Jobs. late this week to his dutiesIn boy off his feet and to have hurled administration to atop pur-

y B. R. Wltkovskl., .It is a part in Florida's sixty-seven counties. "1 know" Faggwrote, "there is Washington. The resume sickness, a severe him to the floor with considerable chases 'of materials and to cut

f the CWA program. ,Again Changed Gasoline tax Inspectors will grave danger of ''giving forementoo cold causing him to forego a force. workers to fifteen hours per week.

The purpose of the 'survey'is to makeone,, final call on delinquent much authority, but I know too valuable record which he had established This acted as a signal for several Instead of operating on a thirty-.,

[,rovlde reliable Information on the stations and if license Is ,not paidon that there probably are as many of never missing a single j' CCC boys who were present to hour basis as heretofore workers t J

resent level of the cost of living J. Edwin Larson,., Collector Of I demand sheriffs are instructed foremen. proportionately, as there I session of Congress In the nine jump Into the ring and they were here will be given work for only

n rural communities and the cost Internal Revenue, ISHUGH to levy instauta.- I are laborers, who are loafing and years during which he has served closely followed by spectators from fifteen hours per weok. The lame + ur
|..f producing farm products: The Statement Under the warrant the sheriff wasting time and who probablyare the: Second District He holds a Starke and surrounding towns. rate,of $pay as before will be maintained '1

'ederal government expects to will seize the station, advertise unfit to be foremen... House record in this matter. Police officers succeeded In ; It ranges, from thirty .

Icgresate this Information for the A change'in the tax rate on the same for sale and sell it followingsame He Instructed the county administrators Just prior to his departure he quieting the would-be pugilists cents per hour up to a i'

purpose, of controlling'prices. processing of hogs was announced procedure laid down for seizing :- to weed out this type of appointed Clayton C. Codrington, down before any great damage was hour. i ;

Heretofore only>enough priceata this week by J. Edwin Larson collector and selling'' property of rail- foreman and to place in charge of publisher of the Lake City Reporter down to their faces or' figures! but There' was no intimation from ',

of this kind have been collect- of internal revenue, Jack roads that are delinquent workers men carefully chosen witha as his resident secretary ,,\with boxing activities were called off for headquarters' to how long this) p y

ld I to enable the government to sonville. Comptroller Lee states that the view of ability for the Job. the view in mind of having a personal the evening. new arrangement will last, and }

ompute good national indexes of The new rate will become effec- I thousand/ delinquent stations have representative in'his districtat Forsyth claims the CCC boxer employees at the CWA office here ,

Jirlces farmers pay.. This CWA tive Feb. 1. and thereafter, as fol- been sent two notices and In many all times to expedite the service was hitting him below the belt. could not say whether hours would } ,

[reject, however, will permit, the lows: Instances personal calls have been Workers To Get which his office can extend to his In the clinch. be further reduced or whether they y ,

Collection of sufficient price .statistics Feb. 1, $1.50 per hundred, live made. Five, thousand stations in constituency. This plan, it is be- e would be again lengthened.

to show accurately actual weight, or one and one-half cents the state have paid their licenses. ieved, will be especially beneficial The new plan, which went Into

Averages of prices paid by farmersor per pound., I Butter .On BreadMore to' veterans because of the locationIn Many CandidatesFor effect this week will slow up all 'J )

over 160 articles in every staten March 1, $2.25 per hundred live Two Good ..Movies Lake City of the Veterans' Bureau CWA,;. projects In the county

the Union. weight or two and one-auarter- Coming To Ritz Facility and it Is hoped.the which,have already been suffering:
cents per pound. ,- -. move will result in a better extension "Off" Year seriously during the past weeD '
Mr. Larson further advises that Two of songland's outstanding Pork Received Abo-Cheese of the splendid service which' from lack, of materials and tools

oosevelt Wants the rate of $2.25 per hundred live personalities Harold Arlen and and Other Products Are"ExJM.1ted Mr. Green has always rendered. with which to carry on the work '

weight, effective March 1, will continue Ted Koehler writers of "Stormy Mr Green assistant whip of -- efficiently. It Is likely that only
until such time as his office Weather," "Minnie the Moocher." he Democratic party in the House, National And State Pimts To Be one building project the Starke

CWA Until Is advised to the contrary by. the "I'Ve Got a Right to Sing the An allotment of 4,000 pounds of a position which became his due I Filled First Primary city hall, will continue uninterrupted .
,
May Commissioner of Internal Revenue Blues," and a dozen other popular butter'was' received at the CWA because of his recor of attendanceand In June I to an early completion.; '
offices here this week and will be
'at Washington' D. C. successes wrote the music for achievement. :He is the only Work on school prop cta through
"Let's Fall In Love," Columbia's distributed Saturday to workersand member of the Florida delegation This Is what Is known as the out the county has ceased because) ,,
lopt's( That Industry ,And Public Miss Cassie White to families in,, the county receIving "off" election year but there will
musical romance showing at the so'< honored and he has played an of lack of materials. There la n<.
Works May Aaorb Worker. I Dies At Home Here Ritz Theatre Sunday and Monday. direct relief.Approximately Integral part in. th eauccessful be no shortage of candidates for hope for work on the court house r, r

By Early Spring Edmund Lowe one of the best- 4,000 pounds of passage> of all the administration the offices to be filled according addition;, either as long as the order f
salt received last week
Miss Cassia White died Wednes- liked Hollywood leading men, is pork were measures sponsored by President to announcements from Talla as- to cease purchases remains in
It is President Roosevelt's hope day morning at Riverside Hospitalin cast as a motion picture directorin most of which was dltrtbuted to Roosevelt as well as of eight of the :, see. effect. '

that workers of the Civil Works Jacksonville where she bad been this musical romance. Ann workers last Saturday. It was put I main planks of the Democratic With the first primary more Road' projects were also handicapped
,
\\dmnUstration stack,up their carried ,Tuesday ;,fo.,, treatment. Sothern, Miriam Jordan and Tala up in three and six pound packagesand platform. ,In addition he has just than three months away more this week aa the order Included : ,

hovels and go Into private Indusry Although falling health for a Birell enact the three leading feminine was kept on refrigeration until been honored with the chairman- than a core of candidates have an ,the removal from the road, lr"'

before May 1,, according. to number of years when news of her roles. time for distribution. hip of the committee on territoriesand nounced or have said they would of, forty dump trucks which were pl
It Is said at the CWA office that
pews dispatches this week from death was known;here the whole Coming to the'Ritz Tuesday and he Is expecting to be asked to make formal announcement later being rented
a'shipment of cheese has been
Vashlngton. town was shocked. Her body was Wednesday "Advice. to the Lovelorn help'frame' new legislation on this This does not Include candidatesfor It .Is generally believed that the ,
There ia attached to the deadlineate brought Wednesday: to the family ," starring Lee Tracy. The, promised for, .tblj county but I,subject the ,House of Representative halt on buvlnr materials is only a
has not shown.-uu' date It Is -
however,' a reservation thatt residence and the casket, was surrounded .wise-cracking Mr.; Tracy is seen as believed that still other His, moat Important committee or the State Senate. temporary order to enable the government ;' 1,
private Industry could not find 'by a wealth of flowers a flip young reporter a Los An- will be distributed the products assignment in relation to Its bear. To date the field contains no to check up on, expenditures !

lobs for a good share of the 4,000- sent by friends as their last token geles daily newspaper whose pro- ment., by govern ing to this state Is his membershipon Republican candidate. Florid.went in different parts of the r

00 workers by that time. Mr. of love and respect for this lovely pensity for hard liquor causes him An earlier of salt the Important committee on overwhelmingly Democratlo In the country. It Is thought that after
coosevelt. _would consider extending wriman. to muff the biggest story of the received shipment pjrk rivers'and harbors. He returns to 1932 elections, after swinging Into the middle of the month materials ; '
was here several monthsago.
ftie lire or the agency.' Miss White was born at Conway year by sleeping peacefully Washington as enthusiastic as ever the Republican presidential columnin for projects now ,approved might I

The administration la 'said to Orange County. Florida, and when through an earthquake., over the prospects of a cross-state 1928. be purchased. '

ave based its action to'end the seven years of age moved to Starke As suitable punishment his edi- BETTER SCHOOLS LEAUUE canal'for which be sired the legis Heading this year's ticket In I '.

fclvll works by early spring on the with her parents where she had tor demotes him to the Humiliating TO BE ORGANIZED HERE lation which appropriated $300,000for speculative interest la the electionof '

belief that at 'least three of the lived since- She attended Southern post of "agony" column conductor./ -. a physical survey an to the a United States Senator, and CCC To Continue

(our million workers would find College at Lakeland and was a Tracy attempts to retaliate by giving A meeting to organize a Bradford most feasible route and plan. As five members of the Florida delegation

Hobs elsewhere-by then either In graduate from Wesleyan Collegefor the wildest advice that ever appeared County unit of the new.FlorIda to the final outcome of a selectionof to the national House of

rivate work or, Iin the Public Women Macon Ga., where she In a newspaper column, League for Better Schools will the route he is resting the decis- Representatives.Rumors For Another Year $
Vorks Administration projectshat specialized In music and until her with the result that he brings down be held today (Friday) at the High ion solely 'on the board of Army I that Governor Dave

are expected to be well under health began to fall was one of the upon his head the wrath of fran School auditorium at 4:00'p.m.All : engineers :who have just about Sholta would be a candidate for ,

vay with the passing of co.d most ardent worker in the Metho- tic, mammas and wronged ladies teachers and patrons that completed their survey. Senator met an emphatic statement -
weather. .dist Church of which she had been and gets himself embroiled in several are Interested In"bettering our I from him that "The peopleof Definite Order Given To Continue

It a member since the age, of ten, highly melodramatic situations schools are urged to attend thU BIRTHS Florida elected me ,Governor Operation Of Camps. Until
was pointed out elsewhere that and had taught a large class of ,' "' meeting and lend their co-operation Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Starling, Law- and I'm going to stay in the job April I l&$ft w
pickup in employment by May r toy, boy. Jan. 20. ,until my term expires." -
music pupils at her home where MEET' In this drive for better schools.
Ight be the result of either of many recitals were held. I SCOUTS TO L Mr. and Mrs. George Rhame Jr., Senator Park Trammell of Lake- The War Department has notified '

Iwo factors a natural upswing resulting Funeral services' were held at I The local Boy Scout Troop will 'It baa been estimated that 26,000 Hampton, Jan.'24... land, and five members of the corps area commanders to be>

from an increased demand" the Methodist Church Thursday meet Friday night at 7:30: at the tons: of game fish are killed by I. Mr. and Mrs. J.' B Tlllman, House delegation are candidatesfor prepared to clntlnue the activities) .

for goods or''an Increase of the morning at 10:00 o'clock.: The serv court house... Americans annually. Starke, boy Jan. 2tS.I re-election. 'The House members I of the Civilian,Conservation Corp
umber of workers In private Industry until April 1. 1930. according to>
ice was conducted by the Rev. Laurie I are: J. Hardin Peterson of 'y,
by virtue of legislation. G. Ray of Fernandina cousin ol Lakeland R. A. Green of Starke news dispatches from Washington,

While the administration was the deceased assisted by the Rev. I AN OLD AX IN NEW HANDS ) Millard Caldwell of Milton, Mark D. C.,. t
The action was taken after Pre
planning for the closing months of B. M.Montgomery. pastor of the Wilcox of West Palm' Beach and
[the Civil Works Administration, it church. composed of W..T. Sears of Jacksonville ident Roosevelt informed Robert D.' a

]Iso was' concerned with another Mrs:"A. 2.quartette A.dkllUl"Mrs.E. 1{. Ferryman ,. .,, .1 .. Next In the state-wide political he Fechner;director of the corps, that r%
and more spectacular matter-fer- spotlight will be the campaign for contemplated asking Congressfor
Meaara.;: John H. and L. G. .
etlng out graft'within. the.organ. Powell; accompanied by Mrs. F H. two eats on the State Railroad ,sufficient funds to carry the
work of the for another
zatlon. corps yeaCbeyond ;
Long sang '"It Is Not Death to J Commission now held by EugeneS.
Investigators for, the Interior Die" and "Safe in the Anna of Matthews of Starke, and Mrs. March 31. _
apartment" were"pushing' 'Inquirea .. ,' '* ft '" O, Mamie Eaton Green of Monticello, The most probable figure which
'Jesus: \ "
1 \ ; ,:' the President would ask for; officials '
into Both have
dozen the
a cases ,about A large body of friends accompanied ," '; announced for re-elec
.
ountry .after having run down the body to Crosby, cemetery ::' 't, t//' '.,., tion. Some twenty candidates are speculated today was $250,
000,000 it estimated '
sources of other allegations. Also where the funeral'services :' expected to seek the two places... being that !
,
with the of 815,.,
present strength
impressed into the the I Two justices of the
bunt. was were concluded. The quartette JX'.T Supreme
000 distributed
1400 1500
Department of ,Justice. sang. "Abide With Me'"'and interment .' .., Court are to be elected. The termsof among or .

The investigators/ for .the Civil .was made In'the family plot ... Chief; ,Justice Fred H. Davis and camps, the operations are costing;
approximately $20,000,000 a month.
Worka Administration said they Associate 'Justice Arm tead Brown ,
under the direction of DeWltt C N
Conservation officials
Corps! said
had Investigated a \great many ", Y expire. Both have announced for ,, r
: Jones Company. 4?.. 1... that pending congressional action !
omplalnta which led them'' to mere re-election. Only twice In thirty
Active pallbearers were: R. J. on the President's further In.tructlon. .
plan o'r
disgruntled politicians''on both Davis Dr. ,J. 'W. Brownlee D. P. .<./. years has a justice of the court to the
area com
aides of the political fence. Carpenter T. Long' Harold C. ; \ faced opposition for re-election. A corps
'. manders would be held in abeyance
_
f woman has never the
L. Peek. occupied
Wall and S. Honorary
The Army has the active directionof
JOSEPH O.:,CREWS: pallbearers: D. E. Knight, A. z.AdkJn court bench. the encampment. '
Funeral...ervlcea'.fot Joseph G. Terms of several circuit ,
.,L.-A.;Dvls EL K. Perry- judges .
Crewa, Bradford ,County: farmer, man; F. A. Scott, A. M. Darby T. ,, ., expire, but because of a proposed WOULD ASSURE TEACHERS ,

who died early,Tbunday morning, J., Griffin A., S..' Crews H. 'A. constitutional amendment reducing ,,NINE. MONTH SCHOOL TERM
at his home Bear Starke will beheld Bishop C. 'A. Knight,.C, A-Futch _.AL the number of circuits these places e

at Connor'cemetery ;Friday and J.' F. KickUter.'; may be left 'Vacant on the ballot. Following his conference 'with
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morning. at 10:30: o'clock.. ,The DeWitt Those survlvlng are her mother, The State Democratic'''Committee Governor Sholtz on January 19, H. ,
C: Jones'" Company have Mrs. Noble Ray I Whit, and'two is to meet In Jacksonville Feb, 6 H. Filer president of the Florida '

barge of, arrangements.. brothers; Olin W.: White1 of Starke to discuss this situation.. Educational Association, stated r ,

and eGorge c..,White. of Tallahassee I- 4 \ Voters will choose twentyoneState that he was "very much Impressed"with
? CARO VISITS.,8TARKK, ., Senators and a full slate of a program proposed by: the '
Senator Herbert Pi Caro :of Relatives attending tile funeral\ State Representatives. 'The Senators Governor. The meeting was confidential

Starke Peosacola spent several hours' in from out of town were: Mr... and 'r ?r are elected by district and and Mr. Filer did not reveal i, ,

enator Tuesday,, anemOon...'' The Mrs. L. C. Ray of Fort White. Rev the Representatives are elected,by details of the plan. } ;

recently announced his !I*. O.' Ray of Fernandina and Mr. counties. "A nine-month guarantee of

candidacy for the Florida Railroad 'and George C. White of. Talianalahassee *- :.. -- Registration books will open the teachers' salaries! In schools and financial
"
Jommiaalon and U aeeklzis the ,' =: first Monday in March In precincts
'lace security for all schools in
Eaton; now held by' Mrs. Mamie and oa the first Monday In April Florida," is the objective of the

Green. week. .hs.would NURSERY: AT RAIFORD. Rdmr lE they will be returned to the county association.As .

nounced this that WILL BE ABANDONEDThe r i w registration offices, where they a result of an appeal recently :, ,,!
a
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candidate for ,,
re-election. '"' ; will
remain until the first '
'Service 2w open made by the Governor to all schoolteachers !Ii
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Florid Forestry Monday in May..orbe first primaryia to'pay their poll taxes i '
RETURNS '
TO BRADFORD nursery at the State'Prison Farmnear
In early June. and in accordance with
N, A. a planned 'I
Braddock'was caller .at Ratford will be abandoned
he i campaign of the: State 'League of .' ; '
Tetegreph.offcetbIsfpve4k. He Its operations) transferred to anew '1 ,tM
and ,
v BRYANT DUPREB Better'' Schools 'more than COO : 1
lived In'Tampafor.the paaf wursery 118U.Oluatee. in Baker I | Bryant Dupree, t8. died Monday teachers; In D.d&'County called at ,

wenty-taree; years*,but, .is return"g County. ls> was announced thisweek. at bis home In Lake Butler following the j county tax ':'collector's office !
to : Ii>
lie BradfordiCounty ."to.,spend ., '*< : a brief lllneaa. Funeral ervIceat last week and paid their poll tax Jp
life ; lot Bead- K. ,R WbitUngton. assistantstate held ,, ,, .,'
''ock ';.were Tuesday at Elsie [ '. 'f 1
UTe evidently knowsHTgood place I ,forester;; ..Idtbe, move'was :fr; Chapel with the,DeWltt C..Jones I, Chop,suey first was made to 1896 1\:\'
$ 1I .
when he'sew It H. will, made ,to make the nursery, moreSSS3SSiifc, ; .In- )
Company charge, of,,'arrangehpieatar4d I>by a Chinese chef la a New York ,\ iM
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Sixty-two one-pound loaves( of A bullet-proof vest made oi
-- tended the funeral of Miss Catherine bread can be produced from the l-cbromium-molvbdenum sled I I Ila

Crews Sunday morning. HAMPTON BROOKER Hour ground,. from one bushel of being: warn> by Japanese police I
NEW RIVER IIIGIILAND Mrs. L. X* Grant returned to her' wheat. 'men. ,
l lG. I
M MUa Baale app Cor.pw M. E. Crews, Cor. home Ing after at Zephyrhllls spending Friday several morn-days ei.. Aaa Jill.... Cor. Hie Vera 0.1..". C.r.f .

fri here with Mr. Grant.
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and CarsonM. Mrs. P. B. Hunt left thU week Miss Gttoway Webb, who has '
W. Sapp Dies Miss Catherine Crew time here with A
Griffis were visitors to Jackson for Winter Haven where she. will been spending some
w The death angel visited the homeof Miss Catherine Crews almost a ville Wednesday visit her brother B. Haynes and her cousin Miss Loulee Webb has
Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp last : life-long resident of this community I she will also visit her slater Mrs.R. returned to her home In Jackson-

Jan. 14, and took away a passed away Saturday morning: M. Faver of Miami and friendsat
i laving father and husband. after an illness of several weeks. Lake Worth before her return.F. ville.Mr.. and Mrs. R.' M. Gainey were DAYslAM BENIGHTS

v Mr. Sapp died at 1:00: o'clock She leaves to mourn her loss one Gum Branch M. Taylor Zack Brown and attending to business in Jacksonville -
kn. after a very brief attack of pneu brother Frank Crews, with whom Prof. L. H. Futch attended the district Friday.Mr. .
He was fifty years of age she made her home three nieces, Co. :M. that
monia. Elizabeth nara r*. meeting; of F. A A and Mrs. R., R. Carlton are
time of his death and had Mrs. Oscar McCormick of Sulphur Hawthorne.
the
h'y 1 at was recently held at the proud parents of a baby boy
gr been a lifelong resident of our com Springs, Mrs. Ava Hardee and Miss A. A. Durden of Monticello was born Wednesday, Dec. 17, Mrs.
Mr. Sapp was a true friend Maggie Crews of Highland; four Williams and week.
', ; munity. Mrs. Mamie son a business visitor here this Carlton will be remembered aa
s d to everyone, always willing to do nephews M. L. Crews of Ralford (Albert of Jacksonville were visiting Mr and Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh Miss Vida Mae Mott.
3 something to help any one be could. A. A. Crews and Robert Crews of friends and relatives here Sun were transacting business In ,, MAGNIFICENT AGRICULTURAL
+ missed throughout and W. C. Crews of Safety Mrs. O. R. Waters who has been I
He will be greatly Starke Starke last Saturday.J. AND CITRUS SHOW
1 I day.Miss ill moved to Starketo EXPOSITION
seriously was
the entire community. Harbor and numerous other rela- Leola. Norman of Woodlawn ..B. Kennard of Alachua was a
9 In his early life he was married tives and friends who deeply deplore spent Friday night with her cousin business visitor here last Monday.Rev. the home of her parents, Mr.

p ;/I to Miss Nora Crews and to this her passing. She was a member Miss Bertlce Norman, G. E. McGauley of Brooker and day. Mrs.This William was done Malphers In order, Sun-for PIRATE AC DAD II I AMOMP: l lpAGEANTUAJInlvlLLA

'' union were born three children all of the Highland Baptist Miss Elizabeth Harnage was vis- will preach at the Baptist Church her to obtain better medical atten- I FES*
Those who survive Church. Mrs. Mamie Lou Hersey services. '
;+ of whom survive. I iting next Sunday at:both
t him are his beloved wife and Funeral services were held at Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville was a tion.Harold
EVERYPASSING
ytl4 children Mrs. Nora Sapp Harry. Long Branch Church by Rev. J. I.. Miss Helen and Dorothy Nor- visitor here this week. Sapp of New River is seriously B U 7
; Harold and Murel Lee Sapp of Strickland Sunday morning, and man and Annie Mae Harnage were > 111 at the home of his uncle ../ NIGHTGORGEOUS
"S r ', Brooker; five sisters Mrs. D. Hunt Interment was made in the familylot visiting Misses Vesta and OdesEa and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mott. GIRLS 'BEAUTY ON PARADE

ir, of Mulberry Mrs. Dolf Conner of In Long Branch cemetery., McRae Wednesday afternoon. We wish him a speedy recovery.We .

fi, Canal Point Mrs. J.. M. Mott of A large following of relativesand Miss Allis Harnage Is spendingsome EVERGREEN are very glad to report' that 6 e

n* ,f ',+ Brooker, Mrs. R. Barton of Canal friends who attended the funeral time with :Miss Elizabeth Clifford Hazen, who has been Ill,

k Point and Mrs. M. L. Newsom of attested to the love and esteem Harnage. Mm. P. A..Roaler. Cor. Is now Improving.Mr. INT E ft F ES Tl V&L.u

j .1 Mulberry; two brothers M. J. and In which the deceased was Miss Doris Burney spent the and Mrs. W., B., Webb spent ,* .. _. -. *.- *, _
E, A. Sapp of New River. held. week-end with Misses Louise and the week-end In Jacksonville with
Agnes Sapp.A Mrs. Raymond Secrest spent a friends and relatives.G. .
Q services were held Monday
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fin.f afternoon at 2:00: o'clock at Local large crowd from this section few days last week here with her E.McCauley was attending to HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN
h4 attended church at He ':'bronn Sunday aunt, Mrs. Schellle Rosier.
the grave by Rev. C. C. Butler Mrs. Max Carter made a business business In Starke Friday. -
pastor of the Christian Church at trip to Starke Monday.Mrs. night. Mr. find Mrs Leslie McClelland Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey were
.?! Mr. and Mrs P. D. Reddish and wore visiting friends here Sunday WIN
In AMD! MEN/
S d Long Bridge.: Interment was J. W.,, Griffls returned to' transacting business In Starke Sat-
her Mr. afternoon.
sons were visiting parents.
the family plot In the Sapp cemetery her home here Wednesday after a urday.
1' t it and Mrs. J. S., Sapp Sunday.A Miss Martha Crawford spent
two weeks' stay'' In Jacksonville. large crowd attended prayer Wednesday with Misses Pauline The Favor of Other Men

a"qt Active pallbearers were: Jay Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. meeting at the home of Irvin Nor- and Juanita Rosier. -
rid of this potmithat
STOP ATVIOLA'S'
ir ,Moody Howard Thomas Emory Volley Reddish of Lawtey were man Friday night Mr., and,. Mrs Russell Reddingwere Unless two pints of bile juice ;pact d..ou'ollo.them to your set pWKinul charm flier
v, .Johns, Pledger Johns Wesley visitors here Monday.W. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman and visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. flow daily from your liver into can't do it. for they only move out tin
James Lavender. Honorary; .' G. Crews of Harbor your bowels your food decays inyour tall end of your boweln and that doen1tnle
Johns
,
a Safety sons Junior and Markle were the Rosier Sunday'afternoon. bowels. This poisons your away enough of the decoyed polio,,.
,.J", L. Johns, Lamar Butler Sampson M. L. Crews of Ralflrd and Robert guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr; and'Mra. Bryant Redding whole body. Movements get hard Cunmatln; won't help at all
ForGood I Only free flow of :your bile 'Jute w n
Johnson Bud Moody. Crews of Starke attended the funeral a
J. S. Sapp Sunday. the State Farm spent Sunday with and constipated.{ You get; yellow top thin decay polaon In your bowels. T't
of their aunt, Miss Catherine There will be prayer meeting'at his mother Mrs. H. T. Redding. Sandwichesand tongue, yellow skin pimples, dull one mild vegetable medicine which atari,
1 Nr i Card. Of Thanks Crews, Sunday.Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Schellle Rosier and daughter bad breath bad taste, gas, a Little tree) Liver flow of Pilla your Mo bile" calomel juloe la(mercury Carter i)

.ui ii We wish to express our heartfelt .. and Mrs. N. T. Green and Anderson Friday night. Every- dance were visiting Mrs. Wil- ICE COLDBEERAsk dizziness, headache. You have become In Caitar'a. Only fine mild vegetable
t thanks to all those who were so children of Starke visited relatives body is welcdme to attend. lie Reddish Sunday. an ugly-looking foul-smell- extract. If you.would brlnir buck :your
For Our Prices on Case.Adjolnlag ing sour-thinking person. You peraonal chnrm to win men alert talent
c Jtr' kind to us during the recent Illness here.Sunday. S R. S. Rosier was visitor to have lost personal charm.' Carter's Little Liver Pllln acrordlnii .to
s 4 and death of our beloved husband. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Starlingwere Rabbits use their teeth freely In Jacksonville Friday night. Service Station Everybody your wants to run from you. lllreotlona"aomethlnit today..25*:Juat at drug aa:Rood'atom.KeCiina ..for It
Sinclair
''i1 es, father and brother. We especially visitors to Lawtey Monday.Mrs. fighting among themselves but Mrs. L. P. Jarvis spent the first But don't take salts, mineral may gripe loosen tenth or' aonldnotum.
vets ; i thank Dr. Biggs for his efforts tot S. A. Bryan Mrs. Annie Lee they will not bite a man even In of last week with her parents, Mr. Where Yon Aeeeeortea Get. Tour Gee and waters oils laxative pills. laxative .Pllla Auk by for ram Carter'and LittleLiver Bet '

t :nave him. We wish to thank every- and. Ed Marr of Jacksonville at- selfdefense. and Mrs. O. Brown at Double Run. candies or chewing gums and what van.>a for. MtuS.( M.Cot JriiWrurr !
one for tie beautiful floral offer- -

'' Ings which cover the mound wher, I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR The Radio Habit I II
..iR. l / our dear one sleeps.
THE FAMILY.

i -Locals y wiu. Tlitat no f SENSE T GO\H DOWH- I WMT TOe THAT'' OUTVYF W YtAOHTVR MQnC \
/: Mrs. D. W.;, Kelly Is spending OH CAN! 'pN THERE iri TH1 COLD JUST VMNT a FOR AND \ I2)1

t 6+ some time with relatives In Birmingham AND c'ct YOU0. v' HEAR. UN ORCHESTQA'USSNG1 1S ACNALL CMiT SEE TVtt* IDEA l/AU14DTO \,

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,' Mr and Mrs. Roy Cowan of. ON TH' RADIO RIGHT T "HEM VT TVI \ t 4 f/ ....

Jacksonville were visiting Mr and HEAi ii HOME KNOW. EV!'0.Y 8W>> lNOT --
Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson Friday. ( !yhRT GUYS '
1tr. Mrs. D. Hunt of Mulberry spent c e A
a several days last week with relatives -
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S y Mrs.\r. L. Johns and Miss Eaaio L} N1C87t / I 0;

Sapp,were visitors to Lake Butler

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; a visitor here Friday. 1 L ,
h Odua Brown was a business visitor +v

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i STATE OK FLORIDA:
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14th day of February. A. D. leaf: at :
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aa can' be heard, the under- :
darted Intend J tn apply to HonorableA. I
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Court of the Twenty-alxth. Judicial. + ,, L F. Van Zebu
1; 6 Circuit of Florida? In and for Brad
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VOLUME ONE STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1934 NUMBER EmUTEENEDITORIALS

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d A PIONEER IN MY HOME TOWN NEW SCHOOL IS under the said certificate issued was j f
o- SCHOOL DAYS In the name of Unknown. i
', : By DWIGOH Unless said certificate shall be re- i 14
.. (By Lois Long) I DREAM OF LOCAL according to law tax deed Ir
. (One of the essays that entered : will Issue thereon on the 10th day

voted to the Best Interest of the U D. C. Contest and received tIOHT' ) Ne.Ve.1t. TNST; Jy feGRINOSTbNC STUDENT BODY of Dated February this, A.8th D. 1994.day of January, ftdeemed 1
favorable report.) A. D. 1984.
HIGH SCHOOL
BRADFORD Po OH' A COLO DA'r A. J. THOMAS.
Itudents, Patrons and Alumnae. Comer Leonard Peek was born snl 'WII'I' In SI/OIee.Tan.. f Dressing LockeOymnaalum.- Clerk of Circuit Court,
tI\'f '.
April 13, 1851, In Culverton Hancock tae) FRee'l.eS t New Auditorium Aremonl' Bradford County, Florida. {
ew"crii re 1.1I16tllll-9 i j jSPICCIAB
Vlitlons'
EDITORIAL STAFF County. Georgia. He was a TMsme'GSAP" 11'1 IT o.'D' ..7' ,
student at Emory College and later TJRUS \ MASTKIVS AIR
fair AsD" \) Notice IB hereby given that under
Saao
J ooxe There has been
studied law in some talk about
Jacksonville Flor-
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that
certain decree of foreclosure
Itty Hoff. a___._> ditor-tn-Chlef I Ida, .under Fleming and Daniels. In .... IW1SlfjA'\ ) puT roOR: l ,, fA5K wanting a new school building anda and Hale rendered by Hon. A, Z..Ad- } l
orothY Sapp--Asst. Edttor-In-Chlet 1876 with other adventurous Towtfofi. to iT. Co o'I ,'. rumor that we are going to get klnn. Judge of the Circuit, Court of +
spiritshe !
Bradford County, Florida. In Chancery -
,, Johns____-.Manag-lnff EdItor .
R OJTCH. one some day. In that certain
settled In this then cause pending
,
undeveloped,
Jumter Harl y...A..t. Mana.tr. EdItor In mild Court wherein C. I Stock- t
new country and with his bride I believe the desire Is ,
Lola LongExchange Editor coming well a* t'nneervator for Hank oft.llark. p y
,;
orothy. Marwlck___Asst. Ex. EdItor lived In Green Cove Springs for a ;, refJlP true but It will be annexed to the ., a Florida Banking Corporation M,
I IUII le complainant, and J. U. 8hri,
.oulse on.Llterary EdItor year, moving to"Starke In 1877 w old building. There were fourteen ver ot al are defendants, the under-
oulse Snyder, Asst Literary Editor where they lived continuously for rooms In the building when abouta signed Special Mauler will sell to the 8 v vhighest'ddder

ester Schnetl______.Sporte Editor fifty years; and In 1926 celebrated 50aro Liie. f rIt's year ago two more were added the Mouth' door for of the cash County In front Court of

,Belle Blg-SS__n_-Asst. Sport. Editor their Golden Wedding Anniversary.. SDlcep INDIarTdRN10 on the north side They have gotten IloiiHR at Starke, Bradford County, + ,cJ>

,ol. Adkln__.._..Soclety EdItor Mr. Peek taught a private school as far as clearing grounds fora during the legal hour ofnalu g p
( on Monday, February 5th, A. D s
lonry aodwln-Jok: : EdItor for several years.. From 1880 to / i new south wing. 111 14, the following described prop'i
.W.Anderson Jr., Asst. JoKe EdItor ': 11t: ertyk'olrlda, to-wlti! 7i +
1883 he law and I heard
ester Austin______.__.___Reporte practiced was given (( 4 that we were going to Lot 8. 8, 7, II, and 9 nf Block 18,
Entertainment the complimentary title of Colo- have a big extension on the back of all In Ward City (which U now
nel. In 1884 Colonel Peek the known aa llrooker, Florida), In .Section -
arthlL Brownlee-..________Reporter openedone building. Dressing lockers, a 8, Township Mouth"' Range SOKastl
Primary and Elementary of the first real estate offices J rcI gymnasium, and auditorium were also, commencing at Southeast
In the town, which business he successfully I to comprise this end wing. Well, corner of Sty ot Wof\ said Suction i
8, and run We.t 183 ;yards,
WELCOME carried on for forty-five personally, I think that it is just thence run North 80 yards; to South y '
years, during which time he was another dream but you never can boundary; of salt Ward City, thenceKust ,
along said boundary 183 yard,.
As you all know we have In our Instrumental In bringing into ,our tell. thence South 80 yardtt to beginning! ,
Wet a new teacher and several county many of the prosperous (except the West 75 feet! also, commencing .

hew pupils. An old pupil whom we farmers and business men of today. "UEMINISCENCES" of 8WH at of Southwest said Section corner 8 and of HEVi run J t, ..j

thought we were going to lose this I His faith In the town of Starke -- liJa..t 120) yards, thence run North 80 ,
yards. to South boundary of said
emester has returned. We are and the surrounding country was Let's take a glance backwardand Ward thence West on said

ery glad to have them,with us unbounded. He was closely identified v see what the past graduatesof bo a i'r60 yards, thenae South 80 ,

e i know that we will be the best with the growth of the town B.H.S. are doing at the present.We yards OO.feejtt to, beginning Section"Township the East Yr

r friends. So let's show them always working for the upbuildinj shall begin with the Class of South, Lange SO East, In Bradford

hat we're glad they're with us. of everything that makes a town 1918. 'County, Florida.FLOYD GREEN!!

fake them feel that they are wel- attractive to settlers. To him the sf, f Allan Canova- Married Miss Special Master, ,
to "Ole Bradford Hi who KNIGHT A KNIGHT Starke, Fla.
ome advancement of education was of Ella Mae Long. He Is a successful Solicitor for Complainant.

has become noted for her hospital supreme Importance and for a long pharmacist! In Gainesville! Florida. t-iii&tia.i

ty. Let's keep up this spirit of length of time he served as a mem- __ r/ 6 1 1t They have one little girl, Mary i
welcome. ber of the board of school trustees. Ann. i I
I
As a member of the Methodist Charles Beasley-Married and Extra-Fast

ootball Personalities Church of which he was a member t has two children. He works for 1 r

practically all of his life he gave the International Fruit Company
t unstintingly his time talent and in Winter Haven Florida. Relief

Sullivan Carter quarterback, substance. For fifty years his fine Gus Beasley-Married. He Is an L

Started his football career at Dead tenor voice was heard morning and employee of a large oil company In Demand and e.eGENUINE <

High four years ago. This evening in the choir. ( ,.1 INY11e \Ak'C ... Goose Creek, Texas :

eason he came to Bradford High From 1903 to 1907 and from 1909 Raiford Epperson-Is employed' r jhBAYER

o put a'fine finish to his high through 1913 he served as ,,chair in the furniture business in Jacksonville a
chool football career. Carter re- Florida.
man of the County Commissionersof
elved much praise wherever belayed Bradford County He worked BRADFORD TEAMIS Bright Sayings"Will CIVICS CLASS IS Martha Frlpp Teaching In
because of his unusual abll
) South Carolina.
t ply but the fine Interference he with unceasing energy for many TURNED UNDERBY GAINING GROUND
progressive Improvements. Four you give me ten cents fo Jim Klckllter-Civil Engineer

ceived in making so good, as well outstanding ones were hard sur- WALDO 24.12 help the Old Ladies Home?" ALONG POLITICS Died Dec. 25. 1933. 4
the other members of the backfield :
i out Wilber Scott-Married to MUs
faced highways for Bradford County "What! Are they again?
[ must not be overlooked. Car- Lillian Babcock. He Is a Methodist BAYER
a county jail, a bridge across Members) Of Hoiue And Senate
jter was a player of rare ability as Girls' Team Victorious, 22.19, To minister Mr. and Mrs. Scott
New River, and the removal of the And then there's the Senior girl Are Chosen Also Governor
ell as a smart and sacrificing .Give Bradford IlIgh Even asked if she reside in Starke. ASPIRIN
county seat from Lake Butler to who, when were goingto Is Elected ,
quarterback, and a fine sport,: Starke. All of these materialized. Break Include bacteriology in her Clifford Tatum-A physician BECAUSE of a unique process )

In 1901 he bought up consider- course of study, chirped: "Oh, don't The Civics class has been unusually practicing In Jacksonville, Florida. Genuine Bayer
Joe Shuford end has two letterso able land around Kingsley Lake, divided The Bradford boys' basketball bacilli." Interested as well as Instructive Ship Thomas-County Superintendent Aspirin Tablets ore made to dillot,
{ his credit since starting as a It into lots which he later squad lost the opening game of the -- during the past week. of schools In Union County. mtejraU--or dissolve-INSTANTLY '
current season with a 24-12 loss to We have been studying the Jessie Thomas Married Dr. you take them. Thus Iher.It art '
omado last season. Shuford sold, and numbers of cottages were Mrs Long: "Hpw Is it that you pass to work instantly Start taking '
howed up well at his position at built. Now the people of Starke Waldo High In one of the games of have only written ten lines on Ing of bills and to make the work Morgan of Fort Pierce., iiold" of even a severe headache a ,

[he very start and has been doingt and the near-by towns have sum- a double bill. The starting lineup "Milk" and the others have written more Impressive Mrs. Carpenter NOTIt Ol"* APPI.irtTlOV FOIL neuralgia neuritis or rheumatic pain

( ever since' Although he has mer homes around this beautiful Included: Forwards, Harley* and pages?" divided the class into a House anda 'I'AX 1>IKINotice ) > *,row minutes after taking; t+'

never been a star as a pass receiver spot. This Is one of his visions Bedenbaugh; center, Torode; Lester A.: "I wrote on condensed Senate. .. And they provide John and Futch. The We elected In the In hereby given, that Pierre Genuine' BAYER ASPIRIN does
guards, a speaker
he has two to his credit milk. A. ,
passes that Is still coming true. Bernard holder of Tax Certificate '
,
during his career, both of which playing of Johns Torode and Be- House and In the Senate and alsoa No. a61, dated 6th day of Au iu.t. not harm the heart. So if you want
He financed and built a direct A, D. 111211. has filed unlit' rnrtlfltnteIn : QUICK and SAFE relief see that '
were for sizable gains. Shufordhas road from Starke to the lake deubaugh was outstanding. Martha: "Isn't this an Idea, Governor, The Senate and House my orrice and made, application you net the real Bayer article. Look t
( always been willing to go into Under the direction of Coach spot for a picnic dinner?" drew up bills and went throughall for tax dwell to Issue thnreon In accordance for the Bayer cross on every tablet,
road which
everything with all he had. He will known as the Peek Howard the B. II. S. boys seem to S. R.: "It must be. Fifty million the formality of passing them. with the lnw following Said certificateembranen d Hcrlbmlproperty is shown above and for the words tT

Ibe greatly missed at his end posi- since then has been made part of have a far larger and better team Insects can't be wrong!" The Governor vetoed one bill andIt situated In Bradford County GENUINE BAYER ASPIHIN on

tion In the future, not only because a state highway.For than in recent years. The next became a law by paselng two- Florida, to-wltt The Iiunt]. Half. very bottle or package you buy
of Southeast of !
lot the scarcity of ends on the team a number of years he was game on schedule Is with Baldwin '"Cow" do you like this? thirds of both houses and we had Quarter Quarter or 8 i< Inn the"Seven' Southwest ((7), Member N.R. A.

I but because in Shuford we are losIng mayor and served enthusiastically, High up there Wednesday night.In "How Is the milkmaid?" he said one bill that we could not get Township Seven (7)) South, Range GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN .
,
for the progress of his home town: I Twenty-two ((84); East contain I"..'
the other of the after- through both houses because of
and of game with a bow. ,
end gnltlon.
worthy Tec Twenty ((20) Acres, more or lose DOES NOT HARM 'THe HEART
and many families settled here and I noon, the B. H. S. girls' team tooka "It isn't made; sir-It comes amendments. The assessment of laid property {1,
in the surrounding country due to I close 22-19 decision the Wal- I think that knows l
over one
A. E. Wall, end and' halfback, from the c every
his Influence. do girls' team. The Starke lineupwas about bills than tt
I started under Coach Lovell as a w'I'I more passing now
I linesman.. Last season he playea Colonel Peek organized and pro- : Forwards Mildred Hundleyand Mrs. : : they did before and I am sure that yrs q

I guard and helped add plenty of defensive mulgated the Atlantic Suwanneeand Callie Strickland; centers punctuate\ this sentence: "A Pretty In the future we will have some X11
I power to the Tornado line. Gulf Railway which built partof Myrna Frink and Marjorie Stump; girl walking down. the street turn good citizens from our Clvis class

I This season In his Senior year what is now known as the Wan- guards, Dorothy and Marjorie ed corner I Just an I saw her"? as they will be able to understate .4
nee Branch. At this time he was Uarwlck. The team has'a record laws and know the fundamentals I.
I Wall played end and halfback Sullivan: I would make a dash our E L 1
earning his third letter as a Tor- Interested In rice growing in the of one loss and one victory to date, I after be ." of citizenship. .i 1
muck lands around Sampson Lake, and seems to be due' for several t
nado, and to be one of the IJ
proved
and promoted the drainage of the more victories this season. The Question Box w
I main cogs on the Tornado defense. In the Swim-Mother: "Now LUOH
I Wall lake through a'canal: also surveyIng do know where bad little M
has always stood out as a defensive you girls
I man and It will be hard to and laying out the' streets of Gossip From A To Z go to T"Mary Lawtey Florida. 80 ,4f <

I find a man of his calibre to replace Sampson City. T.: "Oh yes-they go almost Jan. 22, 1934. I
He was a constant reader of fine ,
Dear Gran'pap:
I him. "Black: Eyed Susan. "Who Is everywhere. YEARS ,1
literature, and a writer of ability, .
I am madly In love with Bunnie
-- that? is the familiar question now -
William Schnell. tackle won his being the author of "Stephen'' Hightower's being asked. A play. When? Miss Mrywln: "Richard give a Canova, but I'm afraid I'm too P 9

I first letter on the Tornado team Repentance a graphic February 1st and 2nd, under auspices sentence using the word 'deceit'." timid to tell her about it. Although .!y

I this season.. He did not go out for story of, Florida life. "In 1903 he of the High School Athletic As- Richard: "I wear pants with she hasn't confessed to me, I'm f* ?

[the team until this season In his wrote "Lorna Carswell, a story of sociation for the football funds. Its patches on de seat."; sure he cares for me, too. What
the: South during the reconstruction would you advise me to do? AnxIously -
[Senior year. Although the tackle a three-act musical comedy Full ;
I positions were already filled In I days which attracted much of laughs music and dancing.We Life Is Like That-Dot: "Have awaiting your reply

(quite capably. Schnell played Inmost favorable,comment.. were very sorry that Mr. ..you any poor relations?" I am,
I of. the games on the latter Colonel and Mrs. Peek were the Gray could not be at school the Kat: "Not one that I know. EDWIN:: TORODH.

I part of the schedule. We are sorry parents of eleven children, seven first of the week. He had the flu. Dot: "Have you rich relations?"

I he did not go out for the team of whom are living and substantial( We are very glad to have him back Kat: "Not one that knows me." Oak Ridge Florida.

I sooner for we fell that he might citizens. again with-us now. Jan. 24. 1934.

I have been of considerable value to When seventy-two years of age Talk about fads. Today I noticed INTEREST SHOWNAS Dear Eddie;
he took his first airplane ride and In my day, it was considered a
I the team, and we are also sorry to that Martha Powell h'41} on one
I lose him through graduation. enjoyed it Immensely.As white sport shoe and one blue DIAMOND BALL man's job to pop the question, but< While shook with '
a tribute It could be said of pump. So did Martha B. Wonder times; have changed-wdmen don't OKLAHOMA ;

Purvis Hazen guard, won his ,him that he possessed the tssen- what was up. Sounds silly doesn'tIt SEASON IS BEGUN even wait for Leap Year any more;

first letter last season In his Junior lals of wisdom in a high degree ? But sure did look cute. Wonder _. they just go and say "Whaddy ya monsters' treadCambroOrdovicUn

year but was unable to play this his powers and traits of character If the other girls will follow End Of Second Week Of Schedule say we make a go of It?" So it
being so finely proportioned and so looks like your worries are over k
season due to an ankle injury. Hadit :suit? Finds) Four Teams In
not been for, this accident, he firmly controlled by a heroic will How did five old maids scare upa Deadlock ([Let's just hope that yer lady : crude oil of Oklahoma is; the

might: have been playing first and high moral faculty. to enable husband T' Come and see "Black friend don't see this and make the oldest of the Mid-continent crudes-being already

string guard this season. We are him to withstand disappointmentsand Eyed Susan" and you will find out. 'The diamond ball season has formality artificial.) Write again
when
old dinosaurs above its hidden
discouragement, and to pursue Yours truly, ages tramped 4
sorry that Hazen did not have an Lulu has another new dress. It started again in the school with very
the even tenor of his way promot- GRAN'PAP WISDOME. reservoir It.has mellowed longer filtered longer coo
opportunity to play this season seems like every time anybody getsan the organization of four teams under 4

and also that we will lose him lag the happiness prosperity and operation they get a new dress the direction of Captains Harley IU ...I101 '. tans less carbon: than younger Mid-continent: crudes. ,
through graduation for we' feel good government of his town and too. How about it girls T Pitts Torode and Sullivan. At NOTICF! IS HKRKBr: OIVEN TO When refined and blended in the Sinclair

that in the future he would be of country. The Industrial Geography clans present the league la on an even the WHOM County IT Commissioners MAT CONCERN of Bradford That- great

value to the team., made maps of South America last : standing, each team having won County Florida at their next n&neria-d.e-waud and freed from non-lubricating '

---- Minutes Sources of'Of County Information Commlsslon- week. Some of them were surely and lost a game apiece for a per- regular upon meeting the{ bth said day meeting of February to beheld petroleum jelly, this oldest of Mid-continent: crudea.

(Editor's Note: This Is the last good.. centage of .000. This standingwas A. D. 1934, will receive bids for fur. IJecoma S&nda1r Opaline Motor Oil, a product of 80
of a series of Senior Football Per- el'8'of Bradford County Florida How does "Black Eyed Susan" brought about when last Friday nlehln the neceeeary material eon-
sonalities.) (VoL LV and V).. find the one and only man? Pitta' team scored over Captain elstlnsT timber,of lumber cement, ,asbestos eand, gravel shingles{ lime,, million year of Nature's priceless treatment. Ask the ;

Bradford County TelegraphNov. We're going to produce some Harley's. 8Baeby and plumbing. fixtures I etc for the repair Sinclair dealer for Sinclair Opaline Motor OiL
26, 1927. Issue Colonel Peek's and famous writers of the Bradford County CourtHouse
TAKE .IT OR LEAVE If good at this Jones played ;exceedingly wellThere i and conetructlon of addition ifr
Obituary., school yet. Last week the Spoken were several good hits made thereto, said repairs ", construetlon -
We have 'a new :teacher-Mr. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, daughterof English class wrote monologues.And during the game Including a home are covered by the dp and
Howard. blue print now on file with the Clerk
Colonel Peek. some nf them were very good. run by Wooten In ,the first Inning of the Circuit Court, the above material .
There Is a new wing being built J. L. Peek, son of Colonel Peek.It Keep reading the B.H.S. Journaland and a three base. hit by StUley. with the amount of each thereof -
on le eet out therein In full and maybe
the
south side'of the 'school you will read one every week. Arwood also played a good game. Inspected at the will of any prospective '
building. f has been estimated that if an Don't fall to see "Black' Eyed AH the teams will meet again next bidder.. -

Johns Robert .Chapman. and S. R. extra kernel were added to each usan" February 1st and 2nd. Thursday and Friday,. Bradford The. County County.,Commissioners Florida hereby re.of MOTOLVW o i ir* 1

were seen At the Rita thea- ear of corn grown In this country, ,Considerable Interest ia being eervee the right to refuse any and
tre Sunday aftcinoon ,would be Increasedby tooth''is all bide and th..uceeseful bidder or From A0 Oldest MULconttnmt Crude ;,
with three our yearly crop Only one decayed to be showed In the diamond ball move bidders will be required to accept
charming ])QIt-l'( duate more than 0,000,000 bushels. found In the collection of several ment and It promises to become an time warrant:: In payment for the. 1, 1

school We have' -four. .new, Smiths' In hundred Indian skull In the'National interesting' form of pastime. in too abo.e.Dated January- 11. 1S4. Agent Sinclair Refining' Company UneJ
Geysers, 'the world over, are Museum at Washington, Indicating ichooLSandhill COUNT-TCOMMIHHIONERfl a
Coach Larson Is taking Mr.Ya named after the "Great Oey lr'" of that toothaches were i : Of.Ow Bradford County Chairman.Atteeted Florida., J. H. WAINWRIGHTSTARKE
WV HIN8ON ?
i I place, while he, la absent Iceland, which now Is only a steamIng : practicably unknown among the. i cranes.(or* almost aa ,
wt i unuenxa. A, J' THOMAS. County; Clerk. FLA.
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";4 PAGE- .FOUR. cc--- --o" -.:.._BRADFORD______.. COUNT__._,. __TEUEORATH.. ___., .. _BTARKK.! .._ _' !! FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY_ o-"II. .'.wr..
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\ I \:: 't FLORIDAHIGHLIGHTS' ... R. .....'">.,. NNGr I.J I4H WILLIAM-C. DAVIS after Jacksonville a brief, Illness.Monday :aIrs atternoOIl,- .rain.

I'it o&ietyAA 1 WILLJSTON-William C Davis land was a native of Jacksonvm;
: /} ; ; '75, pioneer citizen of Levy County and moved to Orlando a number'q
y4a&.sgo.
: STQASNG And spected widely throughout known and the highly northern; re Jacksonville later to make moving her iL to

I lIIfT-r'T. 4CAP' portion of the state, died rathis,, She was a member of the RivorS
home In this Thursday?*night Baptist Church.
Vanishing Teas PopularThe O. E. S. To Meet 7islcr7Aiie Funeral services city in Orange Hill

series of vanishing teas''be- Starke Chapter. OrJer of Eastern cemetery Friday afternoon were James Surviving Mainland besides, her Widower| '
ing given for the benefit of the Star, will hold its regular meet very largely attended Rev. Sullivan Mrs. L. H. are one daughter'
d q Woman's Club of Starke are still ing Monday evening at the Masonic of the First Baptist Church of Bingham ane one W
Yib proving to be quite popular o.n d'' Hall at 7:30: o'clock. AI]l a ficiating.Mr. H. Ray Chapman, both of Jackson.
entertained to be Viet. I P4r"4 vllle: two'sisters, Mrs. B
among those who have members urged present. t Davis was born In Brooks M
i recently are: tors welcome. County, Georgia, but had lived In Sparkman, Starke, and Mrs. F, t

+ Mrs. W. E. MIddleton and,Mlsief f k e Levy County since his twelfth year. I Paul Rails,Macy Arcadia, Plnecastle., and one brother.
Fla.
?
Madge and Hazel Middleton entertained (- h y He was married forty-seven years
t
at their home last Thursdayafternoonj' 11 ago to Miss Alice E. Hall of Starke Funeral services were held at the
i r' Mrs. S. E. BrownlaS! LAWTEY who survives as do six children, chapel of Howard &: Sons Funeral
.j II. Brownlee were also' to; mourn the death of a loving Home at 3:00: o'clock Tuesday
O. J. Cor.
hostesses to their number..at ttte Phillip and faithful husband. They are O. ernoon the Rev. J. L,. RosBer, \ws!
Brownlee residence last Thursday C. and W. C. Davis of Jacksonville, tor of the Riverside Baptist
Fr afternoon; Mrs. Annie Richard and J. Rosier Davis,'J. M. Davis "and Church, officiating, assisted by
EntertainsMrs. the
ilp Mrs. J. C. Hoover entertained;at Mrs. Plummer : : ) \ Mrs. E. P. Wright of Williston, and Rev. Albert Klssllng.
the Hoover home Friday after H. B. Plummer entertainedthe _': 1f k Edmond H. Davis of Starke.
noon; Mrs. R. J. Davis was boated* ladles of the Baptist W. M. U ; 4 ; : Interment was made In Ouklawn
7'r { to her number Friday evening:; at her home Tuesday afternoon I' 32 : t AIRS. MARIE MAINLAND Memorial Cemetery.
"' I.,. Little Miss Margaret Lowry en Mrs. R. F. Howell conducted the Pallbearers were Dr. Marshall
tertalned for her mother; Saturday, devotional, after which the houses h Friends of Mrs. Marie Mainland, Taylor, F. C. Graves, Don Craze
r I afternoon when she played hostess served delicious refreshments 'r cW : 68, will regret to learn of her death, If:, C. Jenkins- E. S.. Parrish and
to a,few of the young folks;; Miss Those attending were MM. D. I.. at her home, 2653 Forbes Street,. Guy ,Marvin.
Bunnie Canova entertained mem Blackburn, Mrs. J. t. Harrell Mrs -
? bers of her Sunday School class L. C. Clark Mrs. O. J. Phillips, MEJ M flil: 1
eJ} at her home Monday afternoon;; Mrs. Rebecca Whitehead, Miss Lucille I. IONA Plain
Miss Lois Adkins and Miss Martha Plummer. or SelfrisingFLOUR
Brownlee entertained their number' ; f

Wednesday at the Adklns residenceon Strawberry Shipments Light ; Jp.
Walnut Street, and on Wednes-l Strawberry shipments are light I (
,''J" + day Mrs. II.V. on j "-
,o' evening Knight.was, from this place account of the i't t
hostess to a number at her hbme!?/ recent cool weather, although ship- r
rvs j ments go out dally by truck to Alff 6-lb Bag 12-lb Bag: 24-lb Hair 48-lb Bag

Eastern markets. Prices Tuesdaywere IOAr 74atnwHEREEtONoYRuLE3
t Inman-Cain
$2.75 for 36-pint crates and k .. 25c
'
','w/ i,' H Mr. H.. C. Cain of Macon,'Ga., le $5.00 for 32-quart crates. 45c 85c1.65
'i$' 'y; of announcing the marriage 4of his -
,J ti, ;r i < daughter, Carolyn B. Cain, to Purchases nrug Store 1 IL

.$, WAt George H. Inman of Starke,bn Saturday Dr. J. H. Carradine and son, Lee, WA No,1D.S. .
'f, t 'p January 13, 1934 at Ma. last week purchased the Lawtey SAGAS
I t.t,'j y con .Ga., Store from F. R.. Carradine
; TV ,.Wxr. ', Drug fl0roA'T DIES' MEAT Pound 8e
\\wtf.i': Mrs. Inman graduated'as a notes and will carry a full line of drugs s f ,
9Jfi; 4 from the Macon City Hospital and handle prescriptions. UPON lieACN/NG->
':'f,; ;r the class of 1931 and servedas W- -' MATVN/TY BLUE ROSERICE
pervisor of Clinic Hospital .Ma- Locate .
con In 1931 and 1932. Mrs.,Inman Prof. W. I.. Beacon was -a"bus- -" '- 5Lbs. 21c

is a sister of Merrltt S. ,Cain, ness visitor to Starke Monday.A. ''During; the war between the states Jy. unsafe and later abandoned. ,

',' w'' pitcher for the Phlladelpht.t"AthJetic& H. Harley, Mrs. A. H. Harley, Florida produced a leader who greatly One of the most interesting ofr:the 'exotic :- FRESH GROUND
w; Jr., and Miss Abbie HarleyJtwftre! .distinguished himself by his audacious '
exploita palms found
growing in FlOrida, is
4'' :Mr. Inman, son of the late O.: :M... : visitors Mrs. D.to IK Jacksonville Blackburn Friday.spent'the lIe was CAPTAIN, L:'DICKI- known as the FISH-TAIL or TODDY MEAL and GRITS 5 Lbs. lOc
Inman and Mrs. Vonda E. Jnman, '
SON. With but handful of
w'' ..i :la a graduate of Bradford$Htgb week-end visiting relatives at San- a mere troops PALM, from Southeastern Asia. Its flowers ,
r School and attended lhe University derson. under his command he frequently cap start blooming at the top of the tree. QUAKER MAID

of Florida, and during his* high D. W. Moore, who Is employed In tured forces of greater number without The next season the f ower stalks are pro-
r, kin school years was a star player on Tallahassee spent the week-end loss'of blood, and so successfully'.did]) he, duced lower/down .the trunk. Year' by Pork and Beans 416-oz. Cans 17cOAMPBELL'S
*V ti the Bradford High School football here with his family. harass the Federals, along'the St. Johns*, year' this procedure is continued until the ,

team. B. E. Reddish of Jacksonvillewas between Jacksonville and Palatka, that bloom, finally is produced at the ground

Mr.,and Mrs. Inman are making a business visitor'here Tuesday '. thou onorptt'vng" Viorn warp nutria. vjrtTATn -- -
r, their home for the present with afternoon.

N+ fief':' Eo,. .Mr.Sear Inman's Starke. mother at her home; Plummer Mrs. L.were H. Hill visiting and Miss in Jackson-Lucille Packing Important Industrial Activity--Millions SUNDAY I TOMATO JUICE, 5 Cans 25c

DINNERSUGGESTIONS

k ;1,j":",,,,,. ......- ._ L'. _. ... J>... ville Mrs.Sunday.II. B..Arwood is visiting relatives Invested In Houses And Equipment; I IRISH .

W e and friends in Birmingham, *
Thousands Employed Annually rt*''*"** *mummm Hmm Hfmmmi POTATOES lOLbs.
25c
J.' Ala:, this week. By ANN PAaaIif :
ATLAS Mrs. Alice Turner of :Miami is.
,her slater Mrs. M. B. ,you like orange marmale! w j
visiting ,
) ,
d' not make! it ;yourself of.Hi One
; J Plummer, this week. cheap; oranges or equally good RAJAII SUPREME
; grape QUALITYSalad
s I The Standard rijt/ Roy Reddish of Webster was visIting fruit now in market? A favorite
J-, ""'" relatives here Sunday.Dr. : rauipe uses one one

1 ',y:r ))1. Tire Guaranteed professional. E. I*.Biggs visitor of here Starke Monday.was a ot and The good one quality lemon and Strawberries moderately are prided.also

vegetable stores are full of
un. Dressing
One YearFrigidaire J. H.' Biggs was a business vial- usually ono vegetables all reasonableor
M tor to Starke Saturday. low in price.. New cabbage. Cali

."''t., ...........4. BiU Harrell left Saturday for a fornia cauliflower! Brussels are sprouts all .choice, broccoli quality and
business visit to Washington D. C.
11 String jeans and spinach are winter Pt Jar'13c
H7 H7Jr' r ,"j I I Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. Eunice standby whoso price fluctuates moro Qt. Jar 25c
c r Kelly and Miss Lucille Plummer or leas according to weather condi:
\ were visiting in Starke Monday tions but thay are always reasonableand
/', afternoon.Mr. often cheap. Green peas and limn
beans are more expensive but are still WHITE HOUSE
and Mrs. F. R. Carradinewere
moderately priced. Tomatoes
are Increasingly -
.;;} the three year guar- business visitors to Jacksonville plentiful and cheaper we.C; EVAP MILK, 3 Tall Cans 17c
Wednesday. Dy week. Many salad plants are available .
:: :;. anted electric refrigerator Including lettuce endive watercress IONA BRANDTOMATOES
: cucumbers, radishes and shal'
kF The egg Is one of the richest,

,qt ,"';' I safest, and most economolcal foods, lots.The Ouaker) Maid suggests the following : 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
I and better still it is !in nature's own Sunday dinners planned, to sealed package, the shell. Its contents Industrial activity In Florida has others, between October and May of fllffer'ct budgets. IONA .

For gale by are untouched by human '4s one of its major items the work every year.Travelerl.. Low Cost Dinner LIMA BEANS 2 16-oz. Cans '
15c
Hands. connected with preparation of citrus through the southern Smoked Pork Shoulder .
fruits for market. Millions of dollars and central portions of the; state Called: Potatoes Creamed Cabbage FANCY .'
Smith's The National Automobile Chamber Bread and Butter .
Service
will pass one after another of the
have been, invested In the eree '
; of Commerce reports that; thereare' elaborate packing bouses, wherever Deep Apple Pie ASPARAGUS TIPS Picnic Can 10c
..., '' '' tion: and equipment of packing Tea w Coffee Milk .
in
63.000 school buses in. use' citrus extensively- raised. They '
\ the United States.. ', houses, at which employment U given :- to Medium Cost Dinner COLD STREAM
N Station are prone regard these plants as .
to many thousands of people. .toast.3eef Browned PotatButtered
\
factories. not without reason while PINK SALMON
fcvr A breed of sheep, having no woolon Primitive packing methods pre'valled home folks look upon them as part Mixed Vegetable Onions Salad 'Tall Can 12c
Starke the face and legs, has been developed In the earlier stages of the
of the agricultural Salad
,, Fly. set-up. Despitethe Dressing SMITHFIELD
C,. + I ,.t.. by South Dakota State citrus industry: Houses were pbo fact that all of the fruit handled Bread and ButterSnow' .
Pudding' Soft Custard .. :
College. ly constructed, when built for the goes out in the natural form and poffea 'Milk CORNED BEEF, "No.:1 Can :17c

purpose, while frequently the operation with the inner contents undisturbed / Very Special Dinner IONA
sheds processing of the exterior is
went en In or barns. Grapefruit with Honey
Devices of the crudest type were done In order to provide an attractive 'r; :Boast Pork with Gravy COCOA, 1-Lb. Can 12c

CANOVAPHARMACY .used for the several processes. Containers appearance and a sanitary; prod :Apple Sauce Boiled Rice
.
uct. Green or Limit Bean FANCY
of numerous kind. were ed.Green Salad French Dressing
utilised, many of them unattractive Canning factorial constitute an *1- Bolls and Butter EVAP. .PEACHES 2;Lbs.
25c.
,
additional 1 element in the Industrial Theeie: Crackers '
r : said unsanitary. aspect of the citrus industry, that l .. cgun MUk __:+ #----------_ .
Improvements' in the handling of has taken considerable significance -
the output commenced to be made lathe past few ;years. Early GAUZETOIIETTISSDE
co-Incident with the enlarged production sad experimental. conxluct\of; these .. TOILET SOAP

71 i 50c ARMAND ASTRINGENT___..___ _: ________39c of fruit and the adoption of enterprises .pry $1.50 SEVENTEEN ,ASTRINGENT____________89c more efficient methods In market. cessful and''puzillnj problems still
50c, Luxor FACE POWDER with Perfume__--__34c Hi. Houses especially designed for remain for solution. Canned grapefruit Why the Sudden C A M A Y
.,
packing were built at strategic has a/placea
r ,c 50c VICKS NOSE DROPS .__..i_-____-_____34c earned' a standard ,
i''t' 25c Thedford'a Black ''Draught________________17c points throughout genius created the citrus belt.Inventive foodstuff, nevertheless, and the vol- to % Regular .
machineryof time in conumptiODi.. Change
growing
$1.00 ATHLETIC LINIMENT.---- ,..... 69c Liquid and Rou'l lOc
:
---- superior type for each of the steadily. Juices also are preserved, 4 Cakes 19cLARGE
?a''k 50cWhite Pine and Tar Cough Syrup__.____..__.39c25c principal requirements. and a line of additional byproductshas 1 s' > ,

-Sri .Thatcher's Cough Syrup_____,..__"...,.,--_.15c A. the Industry developed into Its begun to give assurance of potential l Laxatives?

35c Mennen'a Skin.Bracer____.,,-_.__*_._.,_____29c present huge proportions, the pack- Droflts.. 'la' few of .these
I' 50c Grove's Chill Tonic,_.__-______________34c Ing houses grew larger, and more plant It Is necessary tq utilize the YELLOWBANANAS'

t 50c 666 LIQUID __._. .:.--------------,_---3lc ''were constructed equipment also higher grades of tfrult as raw material .. Doctors have always recognized the
35c VICK'S SA I.VE'' .________________...28c has been further perfected and at but only sound ripe citrus value of the luaUva whOM dose on 4 Lbs. 15cTJfc '
,I 50c IPANA TOOTH PASTE-----____-...-...34c this time much of It Is largely au gives satisfaction.; be be controlled.measured and whOM action con' .

A+ $1.00 Wampoles Cod Liter Oil-________..---_.'..__..69c tomatic. Yet each season a great 1 Commerce aa well as Industry Is LARGE HEAD .
$1.00 Eldo Salicylate Compound for Rheumatism.69c many band workers must be employed Intimately associated with the Florida The public, too la fast returning
'; both male and female. citrus to the DM of Uould laxative Peop'j
W' $1.00 Eldo Creosoted Cough Expectorant,___... .,,69c House management and supervision Industry In ;year when have learned that a properly? pre LETTUCELARGE Head.Stalk

Z $1.00 OVALTINE .,.'J.! ;;i:______________.:_____-69e has become a specialised occupation the grower business prosper, stores ha.erood pared liquid laxative abnyyddiscomffort ,
r and professional movement without
w h 50c Rubbing Alcohol ___________29c JUMBOCELERY
T ---------- calling for executive ability and engineering people get along well. As citrus returns at the time or alter
ro 50c Milk oMagnesia... _____________...___34c knowledge. drop-on the other hand theeconomio I The doM
)
i ; $1.00 Nyal Cod Liver, Oil,..___...:_-_______......._.._79c Single houses have cost Into the structure ot the entire }be varied to of suit a liquid the Deed laxative of c.thi:., .lOc}

50c Eldo Antacid Powder----______..:._____39e hundreds of thousands of dollars state fa adversely; affected. Transportation individual. The action can thin be
h k 75c Bayer Aspirin ((100s----.,-__.__._-_-....... with the necessary machinery requiring Is of the greatest import- regulated.need It form no habit: :you FRESH
not take
$1.00 Beef, Iron and Wine__________________69c almost equal expenditure.Capacity ance and the' several' methods of or two later. Nor a "double will a done"mild linaiu a day .
b ;!l, 35c William Shaving Cream with 25c size in some i of the packing moving' fruit to market depend upon laxative irritate the kidneys. RHUBARB. '

tk Aqua Velra,.-___...-_.,..j-r-,.**..______,.__29c plants Is so large they can, ship aeyo this traffic for a sizeable portion of TA wrong eathartle' keep ,Pound lOc
75c Squibb Mineral OiU a; _; .,.. ....--,__-..._59e enl carloads a day.. At,peak periods the Income they >derive'' 'from the eo Ntipat d a. tony ai may you keep pen on FRESH W
$1,00 ..C-AlCDlJI W ..kiL. ...-""(..*._-..l-4Ll _"..J.___ _-__. _69c two,, or.,thrse ,,shifts are kept state.- Reactions from the citrus In- uslnr1 iI. :
G i $1.00 Bile Salt Tablets.(100x-) ..!: _____!!____,.79c ule busy,often and twenty-four'hour"eched- dustr,.''are felt la'every section ot DrvCaldweira'Svrnp Pepsin li i .S SWASH '
'
are maintained. .Wages Florida'and timet, are appreciably prescripUon.. and u perfectly a et. ('P.oondV"c
pA' FRIDAY & paid run Into substantial sums each better la the most remote regions if'' Ita. laxative action t la based oa scam :
SATURDAY-CASH ONLY week.. Payrolls of the citrus industry 'condition are'normally I -.natural laxative.The bowels will .
good .
.. over I, DOt become' .
la Florida,are exceeded, by few thi groT areas,, TILE GREAT ATLANTIC J

11' .... 'If, C" e $' j.,. + SttSSHK3SRtt I y. \ ". &,PACIFIC. .. .TEA. .. .CQMPAJrt, .!
Y: :<' ,.}'f.1 : l/,1,, '4 \i'; :r'p-; : ,,: '1i1e SfcSisabM'r. : ''fl: ," 1.(; ; N."I'i .. .. ,"! 'r '
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JANUARY 29. 1984 BRADPOJW/ OOtJNTr TltL1GJL.t.PD.!: STAItKJr.. 1"LOmDA ... P\OE FIR i

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Mrs.Fowled Qullla tft Williams Alachua and 'were MissRllla NAT SEZ :Li) f ;; i)

guests last Wednesday of,Mr. and :

Mrs,,Charley JoOO.. .
Bits of Every morning: when I get up I
hurry to read the so I'' Tip Top .Gfotery
Judge and Mra.::,A. Z. Adklna newspaper *
can find out how much that dollar in
were In Jacksonville Sunday visit. '
my pocket ia
L cal t4eVs Ing who his has sister been, Mrs.quite Emma 111. Carlton,, ing to be worth go-

during the day. ,
STARKE FLORIDA
It's great port i> I.tsM.. ,
Concerning Our People Business and Mrs A. V Long and Mrs. F. A. You may go to'IIp.ii .


Progress>. of the County and Town. I II Anne Canova relatives, of and here Gainesville little Wednesday.daughter were visiting Mary. bed l wake millionaire feeling up want.like and! ; R'x?, Friday and Saturday, January 26th 'and 27th, 1934 '


i log to borrow a 1
Rev. and Mrs.; Laurie Ray of
for
dime; a cup '
J.Roberta of Lawtey : M. Gray, contractor of Gaines. Fornandina were here Thursday of coffee but, SUGAR FULL CREAM Best Creamery ,

lisitor here Monday. was a prominent visitor. to attending the funeral of Rev. Ray'scousin as, long as' my'*!

Monday.. Miss Cassle White., dollar will still, l
CHEESE
!,fr. and Mrs B. Jacobs buy a hamburger to Lbs.,_ -. .45c BUTTER ,x
returned to ,
puesday in Jacksonville. A. Reynolds baa Mrs. W. a. Halle, Mra.' J. H you won't hear any'complaint a
Va. after a short visit Ritch, Miss Harriet Ritch, Woodfinand from me. Roosevelt is going someplace Pound 15cMACARONI
- -" L
Mrs. H. D..May of Hampton with his wife.. Jack Halle visited friends in 'and I don't want to be far Whole] Grain Country Roll]..1 or 1 ,

i\ias a visitor here Monday.C Lake City Sunday afternoon.Mrs. behind him when he gets there. The 'ti''+ ;
J. F. and ,, '
Colley son Ray
? country we're paining through now %-Lb. Prints
visitors to Jacksonville and
H. Nasworthy wtw a Harold C. Wall returned on the ,F.D.R. Special looks pretty RICE l
lialtor to Jacksonville Tuesday City Monday home Sunday from a visit In Tam good to me. or p <

with her brother-in-law and And what right have we got to SPAGHETTI7Oz. Pound. 21cBMHBHBBr
.. Florence Varnadoe of pa 5 Lbs. : '
.. .21c '
Mrs. D. E. Knight wall a visitor to sister, Mr. and Mra. J. B. Carwyle, kicli anyway If it wasn't for i
the
j Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.Mr1 was among Roosevelt we wouldn't have any Package. ._ 5c e
Wednesday. dollars-so'let him go ahead< and I t. '
George H. Heller spent SundayIn
do what he wants to with 'em.I .
J. B. Carlisle spent
). Starke with Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Marshall POUNDS
and Mrs. Twyman 2 POUNDS 3:I ,
might add here that
(veek-end in Ocala with relatives.A. Jacksonville were visitors here Lord, en route to his home in Flint, your

B. Surrency of Brooker afternoon. Mich., from a short visit in Mia''l greenback cents to Uncle may bfe Sambut worth only you'sixty can I Pure Ground COFFEE 25c 1 White Ribbon LARD 23c ?

Intending, to business here still get a dollars.: worth for it at
and Mrs-! Eldred Duncan of Mrs. L. M, DeSha and little Uncle Nat's. I d

H. V. Saxon to business of Hampton here was afternoon.were visitors to Starke are daughter enjoying, Marjorie a visit,here of with Wildwood Mrs. NEW ARRIVALS Best White BACON lb. Be g PORK & BEANS 4 for 17c

lending .DeSha's parents, Mr. and Mrs W Ladies ,Swagger Suits ,, ,
H. Davis attended the H. Struth. ,
Mrs. Catherine Teare of of his father, W.. C. Davis; $7.95SILK /ct c''

tey was a visitor here Friday.,, Mr. and Mrs. T.'Frank Landrumand HOSE 6 Lbs: 12 Lbs 24 Lbs ;a ,'

Miss Elena Thomas of Green Perryml\n' little daughter have returned Fun Fashioned, Chiffon or Service Self Rising j
and Mra. E. K.- FLOUR
from a visit in Brookavilla'with
day.Springs was visitor here Mrs., W. G. Halle spent Tues. Mr. Landrum's parents, Mr; and 69c, 79c, $1.00All Snowdrift 27c 49c 89c ,

in,Jacksonville. Mrs. J. A. Landrum. .
All New
Rev, H. L. Chapin of ,: ySl r'I< ,
Springs was a visitor ,here and'' Mrs. J. C. Downing) and in I Mrs. K. B. Norman and two children CRINKLED CREPE79c : ,. '. / .
son Harry, spent Sunday
week-
of Jacksonville were
day. with relatives., end guests if Mrs. Norman's mother TOMATOES, Northfield] MILK lOc Size CHIPSO 4'' f '1i

Mrs. C. B. Roberts of .. and.;Mra.' Orie Wiggins and and brother, Mrs. Annie Richard Men's Dress ShirtsBlue .3No.2Cans.25c 3 Tall Cans t7c 13cMATCHES "
was a.visitor: here,.Monday and Morgan Richard.Mr '.- 2 Packages.,___.. 41L1rY
daughter, Peggy Ann, spent Tan and Grey
ing Y''In Jacksonville. I '
and Mrs. 1:', :M. Barefoot and ,I 79c" O.K. SOAP SALT .

Preston visitor L.; Pitta here Tuesday of Enoch GrlffU and Mrs W. I daughters,"Juanita: and Sara, and Money Invested In 5 For ___ __lOc 3 Packages lOc 2 Packages __15c
was a : of Lawtey were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green'spent PETERS' SHOES
noon. Sunday in Sanderson with. Mr. and
Monday'afternoon.. Mrs. W.F. Barefoot. ( Pays Big 1 Dividends NUCOA, 2 Lbs. 25c
:Mrs. Hogan Smith of and VEGETABLESLarge
St. FRESH FRUIT
Sauls has returned to : BUY THEM AT
was a visitor here .Monday
noon. after,,spending several Mrs. R. M. Sparkman was in
here, with relatives. Jacksonville first of,the week attending STERNBERG'SStarke
LETTUCE ._ ........__ 9c
the funeral of Tier sister, --------
Robinson and ,
J. C. son :
Price, of Apopka pent Saturday .' and Mrs, George first C. White of the of Mrs. Marie Mainland, who died at FloridaMr. BANANAS, Pound._ .. ._.____-,______4c '
spent the there Monday.
her home '
Starke.. here with relativea. and Mrs W. H. Green parents ,. ,/ Yellow ONIONS, Pound.___---____5c

Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., and I Rev. sand ''Mr ., M. C. Stith and of Congressman R. A.. Green, j'' Best Jumbo CELERY, each_,______lOc I ','
and Mrs. J. B. Futch of De- received invitations to PresidentRoosevelt's
I and E.. C. Johnson, an of
,
W. E. Torode of Lawtey were sons
iting friends here Wednesday will be week-end guests of Jacksonville 'spent Saturday In legislative receptionheld POTATOES, 10 Lbs., _ _.__ _25c : ,

ernoon. and Mra.,H. L." Brownlee. Starke with Mrs. Stlth'a parents, in Washington last Thursday' Sweet Juicy ORANGES Doz.___ __5c
unable to attend. ,
but :
Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Brownlee.Sunday's .- were
Mrs. R. A. Thomas spent K. Bruce Norman and chil : t. _' TOMATO JUICE, Can ._ ._ .5c

days last week with relatives spent the weekend here with Tlmea-Union carried Dr. J. C.. Dubose, optometrist,'of GRAPE JUICE Pts. 13c Qts.25c
mother, Mrs. Annie Richard. friendsin '
Palatka. photos of Mr. and Mra.t W. Abram Jacksonville was calling on
Dubose, Pound _. __ _. .27 t t
Bessant, Set who celebrated: their Starke Saturday. Dr. a c
,. J. L. Simmons and Mrs. < former'resident feftVero I Beach has i
Charles Imbacb was a at their home K
Strickland were visitors sixtieth birthday . ,. .. ... .
'an
office in Jack -- -- -
visitor 1. recently opened <- -- -- "
to Green Cove Starke on Monday Jan..
near .. .
Cove Springs Tuesday. I ------- -- --- ---- -- -
Tuesday. sonville, and will! be Joined tb relater ; v

Miss Mary Brownlee, student at by his family,where. they will
O. M. Eaton of Camp FT
Mr. and Mrs T. A. Brinson Florida State College for Women reside permanently.
Hugh were visitors here ,4, Keystone Heights, was at- Tallahassee, II spending the mid

aftctnoon. II to! business here Monday. term holidays here with.her parents Miss Miriam Jacobs of Florida You can't it in other bread "
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. State College for Women, Tallahassee get any
Mr. and Mrs. L. A., I H, M. Snyder and Miss ; will spend the week-end in

spent last week-end with 22'L. Connolly of Lawtey "were I Miss Hazel Adkins arrived home Starke with her parents, Mr. and .'

in Lakeland. here Wednesday afternoon..- I Thursday from Florida State Col- Mrs: 'lege for Women, Tallahassee, to Madison Street. Miss Jacobs will .
Mrs. C. Jiiswortby! and and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and ,spend the week-end here with her have as her guest for the week.end i But it's in slice I
William Dobrow spent Thursday Paul visitors m to, and Jacksonville Billy Graham Tues 'parents, Judge and Mrs:A. Z. Ad- Miss Sylvia Hackel'of JaC yours every of ?
Jacksonville. klna.'
I
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VlllO'I
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KINGSLEY LAKE
Prof and Mrs. ,L,. H. Futch Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and There'wlll. be services at I
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson
Hampton were visitors here In Lake children; returned Saturday from ley1 Lake Baptist Church ,
day afternoon. Sunday with Prof afternoon and Mrs. F. O. Claxton, Ga., where they attended ran/,28,-at 11:00: ( .m. Rev. F. B. BELL BREAD .
the funeral of Mrs. Bishop's niece, Tohns will have charge of this serv
cites Dorothy Freeman. of ,TaDaharoee. ice. Everybody welcome. .

CENT A WORD Baisden of Jacksonville .J. L. SILCOXt:S.*Church Clerk. F _
in Starke with his I .'x
last week
C. A. Imbach and Mra. William Crotalaria striata has been foundto
W. Baisden and other I More 'Food TuluelWE .
W of
COLUMNFOR I Brooker and little daughter 'be an Important summer food of ;
.Green Cove Springs were guests Chinese ladybeetle.8. by Investigators \
SALE OR RENT-10 : Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles of the Florida Agricultural I
land h-mile and Mra. 'J. C. Adkins of t 4
Strawberry ,
Church
I mbach at their home on Experiment Station. It was a chief
Lawtey on main highway. were guest Sunday of '
Street. them through
factor in carrying
for cash or time. C. Adkins' mother, Mrs. M. E. I : .' .'
where Kew Bread; "
the heated period,,In groves made such decided'improvements in -Bee
Agent for S. A L. Ry and rq .,",.. "Y;"" ('O"t j I Mr..and Mrs. Tom :Bush lit Lake they have become established. '
Express, Lawtey. Fla. 1.28|4tI2| City are announcing the arrival of we even gave it a new name. The new Game is DELL'

FOR SALE-Six room house, Maybelle have and been Ruth recent Mann twin sons, on Tuesday January 16, BREAD..And Bell Bread has", food value,in 4" distinctive ways.
Sanderson !
Lake Shore Hospital Lake City. ANYou IMAGINE
acres nished of or land unfurnished at corner,, of and.. of their cousin, Miss Alma : Mr. and Mrs Bush, former, re l- : We enrich.Bell. Bread with Nature's own Vitamin: ;ll# -the

sonville Highway No. 13 and dents of Starke, have many friends vitamin that helps you enjoy your food-the vitamin that helps '
here who will be pleased to offer
Farm Road at Lawtey, Fla. Marshburn of Gainesville congratulations.. Mrs. Bush will be children grow and gain weight normally. Bell Bread*is alsotwice
Mrs. Catherine Teare, Lawtey, his
visiting
here Tuesday, Mr, and Mrs. G- W. remembered here 'as Mlsa Betty as rich as ordinary bread in the minerals that build strong
A VARIETY of New Seeds Chamberlain. u
ing at White's Store, such bones and sound teeth. In addition it contains mo' ,milk, and

Beans, Corn, Peas, Peanuts, I "* "*, '
and richer milk.And it's baked to perfection!
and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker
toes, Peppers Tomatoes, I
and Cucumbers, also Cups of the .state' Farm were RITZ THEATRE tf Think what these improvements in Bell Bread mean: .to your I !

Crates., ', 1.19- friends., in ,Starke_ Sunday STABKE, FLORIDA family! They provide richer nourishment more ''delicious rr

STRAWBERRY PLANTS bread, every slice of which has more food value. You can't get I
000,000 Missionary and ; O. R. Thomas 'and Mrs. PROGRAMBEGINNING '
more at $200 per'1,000' $925: Marvin of Green Cove Springs JANUARY 20 these benefits by accepting just any'bread. But they are yours I r

5000.: Prompt shipments of visitors to Starke Monday every day, when you order Bill BrtaJ by name, at your' grocer's. ,'
anteed true to name state ., '
disease free, new land plants. FRIDAY SATURDAY It makes grand toast. I Iu
,
orders with Brownlee Bros. Knight of the University Zane Grey') I

spondence solicited. C. S. ia spending the week-end "The Last Roundup" CANYMJIMAtiUNChcw Vitamin B Works Wonders with UJtrwight ChlUnn I

Nurseryman, Showell Md.1. with his parents Cot and Mrs. Randolph Scott cheerful l'tht'! dinner,, beirkwrds'ufhel4oufab4nt.H.Yra... The MiloiuiMfs and widespread appetite and growth, and quickly I F.

E. ;KnIght. !\ prevalence of Vitamin B deficiency attained normal wdg tt. Full. upon : d
SEED PEANUTS, Fordhook SUNDAY. MONDAY"Let's rotrd tc% !uetrr r.x.! !:r. eMt re oldest:; Is now generally recognized.Experiment on .qu..r. I. "r '
Beans, our Vonda Inman. district man. Love"EcbnuncS even mliktKft; :V1i.W5rArv: with 46 underweight schoolchildren i''' "
specialty. Fall In
Hardware of the Woodmen Circle, spent stomach trcub.lc.tosk S'5MA-.X' ; ia Berkeley, California -
& Furniture Co. ,days thin week lnUmaUlla, Lowe Ana) Sothern ,Jumped hrsweightfroni 109 to.l 13i.=>> showed that.,when. the, were given a P
:, Miriam Raton / b..eacI.arlcbed with) Vitamin B,they -
WANTED-Baby. alligators. Leesburg. Jordan Gregory SOunds,and now eats evrythingCXPLANATION registered marked improvement In ,,, s. 1
years hatch. Advise 1
you can supply Immediately. E. L. H., Hill and Mrs. H. C, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY .. 4l

Martin Seed Co., Jacksonville,, iaembers of'" the Lawtey "AdviceTo : ,
I faculty, were visitors here ,
'
afternoon. The Lovelorn"Lr 3Icma-R to a new antacid treat.
SEED PEANUTS-Bright meat that to bringing welcome re.
;crop. H. Gatrell Fairfield, : A. IL Green baa,returned Trao8a.U eTHURSDY let to thousands everywhere who S 1 l

1.1214tpI2-2, from a short visit In Miami utter the' agonic of indigestion
FRIDAY md other acid stomach ailments.8lamaRex .
Mrs Rosa Johnson.
FOR SALE w. Cabbage : her sister. to
relativea. "Olsen's acU four ways give I
.
,Wakefl M,, Successionand! ; other I atlng relief In three minute It 'jfE .

Dutch Onion, iso per 300., $1 per I ep M< Davis of Lake' City Big' Moment"EI leutralize: excess? ): acid;: relieves BREiU!
seta later. A.. J. a visitor,to Starke Friday en Brendel Ae stomach of ga; soothe the

Starke Florida.. t.. to WtniatoB to attend the ru-: Also, eteaK8krt! >Subject* rrltated membranes; and, aid
of food*, ',most likely toerment
nTS fatherMr.. Davis I in a llgestlon
of his
,, 't ., ]
a Or.'n're reels .
of the Telegraph! ,Next BsurfiUa Nlfht I Blama-Rex: to sold only
bushes and employee 11 .
oUr
from Glen Saint:: :Mary nursery during his stay In Starke made Thursday\: :Feb. 1st at Rexall Drug Stores., Get,a Jar p

See Aubrey Prink :500 Madison : friends who are always: Clad :Ask For,a....Goes* .Ticket ', today at Mitchell. DrugStore" .' !! ,
.. J" .1 p lUrke, Florida -Adv, ,
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D&DroltD OO'DN'rr- 'TELEGRAPH. STAKKB, FLORIDA FRIDAY, ,JANUARY 28, 1984
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i MIAMI LEADS Vitamins And As cooked mixture.: : : Cook 'for two er-- salad will reward uses of the gv

i WASHINGTON-Miami,Florida, Variety three minutes and then pour Into lowing recipe:
I.L' was reported by the relief adminis- 1 grapefruit
sbelLGr.pefrult
,.t i baked pastry cup sections
h tration to have led 140 cities Values In Victuals"Eat Salads Please 1 cup diced pineapple
throughout the country in the decrease -
Lettuce
( FARMERS SECTION More and more grapefruit has ,
from November to Decem-
come to be regarded as the Ideal i 1/4 oup pecan meats
ber in the number of families and
single persons on relief. a doses oranges every day Discovery of the new delicacy .Is base for salads. Blended or mixed: : I Mayonnalio.
,..r Conducted by Demonstration Agents and lire to be a hundred. I credited to a Florida woman who with other fruits nuts and so on,! Mix: : the grapefruit"and plneapp]

r MUCH MOLASSES MOVES -D*. O. HOVSTOIf OOCDISS. conducts a wayside inn near Tampa, endless attractive methods of serving and keep chilled for several noun

:r + CLEWISTON Probably the metropolis of the'citrus producing are the result. before preparing the salad, ai u

,'t t' greatest movement of black strap Food and health Tallies possessed area In the Bun shine'state. Her recipe Many people prefer grapefruitwith must be made just before serving

molasses ever seen in the South by citrus fruits hare come to be Is as follows: a touch of salt. That fact may Arrange the fruit on the lettuce
crops. They are essential to the started from Clewlston today when much more !generally recognised in account for part of its vogue as a covered plates, and top with abouta
of millions, Cut the grapefruit In half, as for
RURAL health and,well-being satisfactory substi- two trainloads of molasses, one of the past few years. Until grapefruit serving In the customary way. Use salad fruit During the world war tablespoon of mayonnaise to each
and no wholly and and another of twentycars when was scarce, tbe habitof plate. Sprinkle a few pecans
forty and sugar
oranges were given scientific on
SENSE !
COMMON tutes for them may be obtained by a sharp knife in separating the
J northern people from local sources left for Jacksonville. At Jack- study. and the findings of tbe research segments from the sectional partitions eating grapefruit lightly salted each one. A mixture: : of salad dre,

1" By SPUDS JOHNSON When a surplus has been raised, sonville It will be pumped aboard a made known to the public, and from the outside walls gamed a foothold that It has re- fag and cream may be substitute!
tanker for export. tained. An excellent grapefruit for the mayonnaise, If preferred.
logic and economics alike sustainthe they were mostly regarded as luxuries but do not remove the flesh from
4'p USING HOME PRODUCTSIS practice, If sanely'indulged in, and seldom included In the within the rind. -
IS SOUND ECONOMICSIF of enlarging the demand for the RULES ON LIQUOR ADS menus'for everyday meals.
Place a little butter on the top of
+ IF SANELY PRACTICED semi-tropical output of the state, TALLAHASSEE: periodicals Health-giving qualities in these .
the exposed: : flesh, sprinkle on a bit
I in the ranks of its own population. containing liquor advertisements fruits became of major importancewith
yW; Why make BO much fuss about cannot be offered for sale in Flor- the discovery of vitamins. As of, sugar and add a touch of nut

i", i consuming our Florida products at. ida, although they may be sent to the purpose and functions thereof meg. Set the half of a grapefruit ,I
; borne when the major portion of subscribers through the malls. This in the broiler oven, rind down, and Announcement
were ascertained,the high vitamin
the crops such as citrus fruits must Hints To Housewives situation was shown In an opinionby toast at an even moderate heat for
tl content placed It in the front rank
be disposed of outside the state TIsn't Attorney General Cary D. Lan- / about ten minutes. Serve warm.
r t11 it Inconsistent to lay' stress die, in a comparison of state lawsto of food products recommended by .
Grapefruit a la grille may be a
on the idea of eating Florida eggs Weekly from Heme Demonstration the provisions of the Federal dietitians. Needs of the system for Offices at 355 St. James
I have
calcium also part of the breakfast menu, is excellent opened Optical
and meats and so on, in preference Specialists, Tallahassee are efficiently suppliedby
liquor tax bill which became a national -
i i to supplies from other state, while law on Jan. 11. oranges and grapefruit, it has for the smart luncheon, taking Building, Jacksonville, Florida, where I am pre-
the of and will
}4" ,we are urging their people to buy i SERVING CITRUS HOT been ascertained. be found place a delicious cocktails* ,dessert at a pared to examine eyes: fit glasses, relieve eyestrain I
more of our grapefruit, oranges : Among the many choice ways in DR. HULLEY DIES Variety in meals, sought for by and treat .
and truck farm output every housewife"and all chefs, has snappy dinner. Guests who maynot crosseyes.I
which citrus may be served are a DE LAND-Dr. Lincoln Hulley, I
J Questions of the foregoing type number of delicious hot drinks and president of John B. Stetson Uni- been contributed to in a helpful degree have eaten it before will be sure '

r' are asked whenever the producers dishes. versity since 1904, died at his home by the many uses latterly' to ask how you make the tasty I' will be glad to see any of'my old Bradford

b .9 ; of Florida Institute an aggressive Toasted Grapefruit here at 12:15: p.m. Saturday as the found for citrus fruits. Not only in innovation I IPopular County friends at any time you are in Jacksonville.
campaign to Increase the consumption Toasted grapefruit recently introduced result of a heart attack which he drinks but as desserts, for pastry Grapefruit Pie
d within the state of the foodstuffs to housewives, has found suffered'In the downtown sectionof and In salads grapefruit and or- Since folks found out< from the Drop in to see me whether 'you need my profes-

that are grown here in quan- favor wherever tried. Halve the DeLand Friday afternoon. Aside anges rapidly have Increased in pop dietitians that grapefruit and oranges sional services or not. Always glad to .see you.

.p'' ; tities. Inquiry implying that the grapefruit Take out the'core and from a short/ period, when the pa- ularity. A few typical and diversified not only'possess' distinctivefood ...
movement may not have a sound seeds. Separate the sections witha tient appeared to rally', attending recipes for their use are repro- and health values, but aid in

!1 economic basis has been more or knife as though preparing the physicians had held out little hope duced below, taken'from a booklet the digestion of othef foods, the Dr. O. DuBose
L less prevalent respect to the fruit for the table. Add plenty of J. .
5 from the start, of his ultimate recovery containing many more that is distributed tendency has increased to utilize
t "Featuring Florida iFoods" program sugar, about four lumps of butter, > free by the Florida Citrus them in pastry and similar combi ,
r4 sponsored by several cooperating and 'sprinkle with nutmeg. Set nations. OPTOMETRIST
Exchange: : from ltd Tampa head.quarters.
state agencies. over medium heat a safe distance FAILS TO SAVE OAKS Last winter a Chicago
4 ,r Economy of the true kind is a from the flame, and broil about ten WINTER PARK-City of Winter newspaper 355 ST. JAMES BLDO.' JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
I learned of tine
a particularly
grapefruit
a fundamental in economics. In pro- minutes or until cooked throughand .
: Park met strenuous oppositionwhen
Grapefruit a la grille is the very pie. The recipe was printed,
; portion as an agricultural product
slightly toasted on top. Serve they removed four large oaks
1 r latest 1 1Introduced and then broadcasted over an associated
is consumed close to the point of the main Miss
on thoroughfare.
'1 warm.Hot only recently the idea radio station. Some 7,000
origin the public la served through Grapefruit Egg Nog Grace Edwards, chairman of beautification -
; of serving Florida's favorite citrus requests came in by mall, asking for
j the saving of freight charges andBother For each glass use one-half cupful committee of the Garden
'; ti outlays Incident to transportation grapefruit Juice one egg beaten Hub, threatened authorities withan fruit toasted'has proved'extremely copies. Here Is the way this pie .

: and distribution. Recognl- one-fourth teaspoonful soda, injunction to stop the work City popular. should be made: FUNERAL DIRECTORS

fo ,tlon of this fact Is general, and the nutmeg, and sugar. Heat the Juiceto authorities however, continued the So appetizing AJia* the, unique Two cups untrained grapefruit uur Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Us to Render
I { area' la out-of-the ordinary that Just under boiling. Dissolve the removal and stated it was being "dish" been 'found that Its popularity juice. Bring to boll in double bolt EFFICIENT PROMPT and' COURTEOUS SERVICES

t i' yo< neglects to capitalize the condition. soda and mix with the beaten egg, done as a safety measure for des- Ja spreading like the proverbial er: add 2/8 cup. sugar mixed with, MODERATE PRICES

#' I 'Florida folks simply follow the I pour the hot Juice onto this, placein riana and motorists. wild-fire an(grapefruit; a la S tablespoons cornsUrch. Cook until DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY'

country-wide practice when they! tall thick glass, stir, sprinkle grille promises to, become as well- thick. Beat 2 egg, yolks, add STARKE, FLORIDA IGOODYEAR
'/1 'undertake the task. I I'i,1 with nutmeg and sweeten to taste ADOPT BABY CLOTHES known as baked apples. ] little hot Juice and then add to hot -a..

'!, States that have been furnishing: Hot Orange Punch MIAMI BEACH-Baby clothesare ---; -- --- "------------=__ __ r.., n__.__.__._ ----
v ,';t-to .Florida the bulk of the staple I To try this hot punch get one the latest wrinkle in beach ap- I,' /-u
.., ,
\ ,output of agriculture utilized with- and one-half cupfuls orange Juice, parel. Debutantes are adopting ".. ..
!' 11:1.m: her borders In most cases shipi'1 one-half cupful orange marmalade, the style favored by the well-dress ,o"'.+i "I -p x
; pad surplus stocks remaining after' three and one-half cupfuls water, ed two-year-olds this season, withan ?, I 'I ,' ,of
their own people were fed. In few, one-half pound sugar one tablespoonful '
; epidemic of gingham baby rom- ,
: if any instances the products marketed black tea, one-half tea- pers and hand-knit baby pants. The
ilk l 1 v ,:t\' In this state have been forwarded spoonful grated nutmeg, one tea- rompers have rib fronts, halter

a ')f1: until the saturation point spoonful grated orange rind, and necks, brief bloomer leg., and of
l was reached with reference toJ
l
salt.Make course, are backless. The othersare
t *J home consumption. "Featuring a syrup of the sugar and word as shorts for bicycling or

; !\Ity Florida .Foods" effort and similar one cupful of water. Bring rest of swimming, with striped maillot.or d.
f, ; i endeavors seek only the appllca- water to boil in separate vessel and handkerchief tops.CONFERENCE.

'tlon. here of the same principle. pout\; upon tea, steeping three min 1
p Citrus fruits and winter vegeta- utes. Mix the marmalade with the 4 .. '
bles grown in Florida afford the spices and rind, add the Juice, then TALLAHASSEE-Woodford PLANNED R. '1 I I1 _______
op principal supply available to a the strained tea and hot salt '
f { ,;Jarge part of the United Spates to taste set back to steep syrup ten minutes Young Smith of Democratic Orlando, president Clubs of of FlorIda the- //1//! _

+ during the seaso for these special strain and serve.
; _n __ said here he probably- would __
> ;' i call a state-wide conference of the

ft :i&PNTr1r, "-.1. [ organization's executive' committee

: within the next few days. A place
: : NEWS.- for meeting will be selected later.
,
t'r LIVE STATE Smith said he would call a meetingof '
the thirteen members of the executive rr'1

; I committee, but that all ______ I _
members of the Young Democratic _
: .:: + News of Florida In Short Paragraphs 1 I
I''. FI Clubs would bar' invited to attend _________
)I -
1r i for a general discussion of policiesand .
:r ,;( ;. political events.

W.. .., .
i 1t t HIGH SCHOOLS RATEDGAINESVILLEA ,
ATHLETE'S FATHER SUES 1 MEDICAL DRUGS : study of W ''
'. GAINESVILLE-suit for$50,000, TALLAHASSEE Drug stores high schools In the state accordingto .
damages, growing out.of the death' which do not have registered phar- the scholastic records their grad- PATHFINDER, t

n'' of Rqbert J. Treadgold, University macists in their employ may not uates made in their freshman yearsat I
; nrr of Florida football player, in an ell "medical drugs, which Include the University of Florida duringthe GOODYEAR 55 GOODYEAR :
r't. automobile accident near here last patent medicines," Attorney General ,
years 1930-)1:) 1931-32. 1932-33, $5 SPEEDWAY "
ALL '
P 'r 'October 22, was on file In circuit Cary D. Landis has held. His reveals that,: for the larger Florida WEATHER up

d court here against Ray Arnold, opinion however, did not define high schools, Fort Pierce and Sara- '

V! Oroveland, Fla., mill operator "patent medicines." sota tied for first place in the general -I ,$ QUALITY within '

I l lI '- scholastic standing attained, 7,20 teoch el all $400 t,
NICEVILLE BURNS SMASH JZ2 SLOT MACHINES followed in ordor by by Fort Lau- r'

NICEVILLE-This town of a MIAMI-Deputies sheriff last derdale, Qulncy St. Petersburg, I

/i 4, thousand population was virtually week, smashed 322' slot machines, Whiter Haven, Key West, De- ? Lon Allowance for Dependable quality
!' r Without trading facilities this week said to be valued at 30000. The Funiak Springs, Miami Edison, and old Hi** at LOW COST
,' 'as a result of an early morning fire machines were seized two years Tallahassee.

} 'Friday ,which destroyed three grocery ago in an Investigation of a syndi-

stores a dry goods store, a cate operating the coin devices. OVER: WONERVES
b creamery, the postofflce building, The'shattered remnants are to be ,
a thfll Bay Hotel a drug store and the dumped In the Gulf Stream. s H o L DYbU

l+,p Ulcevilla; Fish Company building. y

$1 FORGOTTEN IN WILL WHAT PRICE
; WARRANT
ISSUED MIAMI-Eugene F. Kernan, 51;
? TAVARES-State Attorney J. a showman, was found dead In his PAY
'"W, Hunter of Lake County had a room of what police reported to be
: warrant taken out
t against J. T. a self-inflicted bullet wound In his

Ltndaey, 00-year-old substitute head. Kernan was. said to have f *
school bus driver whose vehicle
brooded over the fact that his

1' t turned over children last near week Umatllla.injuringnineteen father, said to have been a Baltimore ,,,, ,,,. ''Three tires each"a guaranteed 'Goodyear-three prices

,'r ''s County school officials said the nothing hotel when owner he,died had left some the son '(If we illustrated Heavy Duty Goodyears there would be

j l driver, who was substituting for ago. years five prices!)which is the best buy for you? a The .....- -
Ills brother
on the route, was '
r speeding at the time of the acci FAMILY SMUGGLED GOOD: ,USEDTIRES answer depends on how hard and how far you will drive
,
dent. ; .Our is, at call to 1
JACKSONVILLE: :-T,, Joseph H. ; your car experience your help you 1

Wallace district director of immi- ....< decide. But no matter what you pay you'll get the best ,

gration and naturalization. Satur- ,buyat that price when you'get a Goodyear. Giving the -
day announced the arrest of Capt .
Harold Johnson of she British UP TO your Mr te 'wwII- 7 j.' greatest value gives Goodyear the greatest sales of any' 't
steamer Belize on a charge of ...., nerve' .* high ..... : '
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N. ---.v you ran* at the)wile w
smuggling seven aliens 'Into this ..- bark at the ehidr n. A---
: country. He said the ship's master Watch anti O._.cake) '
made bond of 92.SOO for a hearing new nay: lead to Sleepless}) ? ; snake.GOODnTEAR

before United States Commissioner Headache, NOT. tAIN' "
,First Fireproof Con, Carl Noble Monday. .. pjwemp i i and a host .< "
i ether BA
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t ev n t dJ atitjwb 'II' ftC
I *." Dr. Ith..,. t ..
tryferveamt
M' ftruction in America: BOVINE IS BOVINETALLAHASSEE you 1III11".J '
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NerrfaMJort TAOMCB. r> >,1I'r
__no-....1'_M -The mere fact one in a half glaea eC 'k JJ
that a trial Judge said "heifer" Instead *
,J .a.-.."- ../Ib.ar.w4 of "butt-headed yellow steer"in =Mr.u. PRICES .
I, .6aa.ew w el.w hta8
u,; ... waYa ....wYm.tl nr ....... 'sentencing a man for cattle ..i owtKMd aexTeu.
...---..--..... stealing is not sufficient groundsto Dr. Hiles NerrhM h '... : .
grant a habeas corpus application ..... ta two f... Uqoid.. Motor
: 'tra,.,._w.r.uwwllaawwa.ne..WYa '" >OQeea.ISn/.' Register Co.
? ,\ the Supreme Court holds. &, Both lIMe .
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James ConneU the .
eaiwMv..eq-eb....... brought case,
...... '- a. e.r with two other man he was con- $lJ w at dTMsf* fltenNhRVlNL
...-.-........---- victed in Taylor County for stealIng Phone 103 For Road Service
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''HAROLD a "butt-headed yellow steer;' '' ).( ', n t. STARKE,. FLORIDA
? C. WALLINSURANCE but the ;Judge, In sentencing them t I.. : l't ,
'& referred to "the crime of larcenyof l 'f(. ROAD SERVICE Guaranteed Tire Repairing
a heifer" Connell sought his I J I ,.

KE. FLORIDA release on the gruund of the error. J \ \ ', '
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iS : print Surely "Man Is fearfully. at his funeral, yet God burled him. DAVID WILEY KELLY er, and Miss Sarah Kelly, a student Minnesota' extends farther norththan -< rllt

'N. '?I..:_:.;r; and wonderfully made." His lips are silent, but his voice yet nurse at St. Luke's Hospital In any other state In tile Unite,
";:::,, """' ''''' e
speaks. Jacksonville P. W. of Win-
_r David Wiley Kelly, prominent ; Kelly Statw. :
;.-, --- Bradford County farmer, ter Haven: ; J. G. Kelly, Blounts- -
"'11" I\\: .': \ Tbofe are certain fundamental AT TIIE'MISSION lULL died at his home in the NewRiver town: E. L. Kely! of New River, I

'.- things about all automobiles and What a message! A full house section Wednesday after a and H. C. Kelly of Lawtey. Two PS-1

-Thy word ii a Ump gala ny fed, ami a light alto my plk. -Palm 119:105.: Some vet automobiles of them have aro four cylinders different :5errd the great message in song, brief Illness. brothers also survive, Robert Kelly

speech and Mr. Kelly was a"Bon of the late and Joseph Kelly, both of Birmingham -
picture emphasizingBible
fit AU "stew teaching, doctrine or Some have six and some havd
l 11 pAy 1Rt1 u John O. and Sarah Jane Kelly, who Ala.
truths given by Dr. E. J.
'=' creed tty! are to have any claim eight. But they all run on the
upon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with same principle. So it is with man. Pace of Columbus, Ohio, and Or- proceeded him to the grave several +
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice It Is a rather pathetic to lando, Florida, Monday night. Dr. years ago, and was born March 17, After a hard day at the office or
Cf the u5jKBeTEfl3lB of whom. 'it".said In John Ts46'"NEVER MAN see a four picture Pace is illustrator for the Sunday 1885, in Bradford County,where he with the housework try refreshing '
cylinder
SPAKE .' do the work of man trying to School Times and world travelerin lived s l of his life. orange or grapefruit juice.
an eight cylinderman. his work. He and Mrs.. Pace In June, 1880, he was united in
Pastor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM this deportment He makes a lot of nolse'and
for news of church activities organization and announceI struts his stuff, but If we are four served as missionaries to the Phil- marriage to Miss Margaret Lou Q fav* H!
I rotinte. 600 freely given and no charge made-the only requirement cylinder men we cannot do the ippine Islands for many years. His Colson and to this union were born
[being that such Item reach this office before Wednesday morning work of eight cylinder men. It is a message, given with a heart full of nine children, eight of whom sur- BILIOUSNESSSour DON'T CAMBUr it' 1 ,

I otherwise they cannot be handled for current Inne.ISTAKKE mistake to try It. God expects us love for lost souls, Is not forgotten vive him. stomach IIEMO-FREE, Ox M.ws oinmMni! *
to fill our own place and to do wherever It is: heard. While In Funeral services were held at tat mult It Mothet. II (wait.. InitMortK.
our
CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst sake: : theirs the kingdom 6f own work in our own way Starke, Dr. and Mrs.. Pace were New River Baptist Church Friday 4a8 and headache I It hu brought comforting) 1 1F
Baptist Church l I heaven. Blessed are ye, when men ,,. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quig- morning at 10:00: o'clock with the trite JoCONSTIPATION 'relief to thomandi. It will do dw MO*for you t< 6, {
ley. Other speakers who have giv- Rev., L. G. Hemingway, pastor, in Nervy before KM HEMO-FREK hewn nd| {
and
Johnson, pastor. shall revile persecute you.
Rev. J. you Someone has said, "Moses was en their lives to study and exposi- charge. Interment was mane in for ItM dun(MM per tube. 8o ak..dvuuagv k
of evil
School 10:00 A. M. and shall all manner
:
Sunday say the child of a slave and the son of tion of the Word will be coming the family plot in the church; ceme- rosy of the new low print
Worship 11:00 A. M. against falsely, for my sake. r
Morning : you a king. He was born in a hut and soon for just a service at the mission tery under the direction of Boree a- FULL SIZE TUBE 1
Y. P. U.-6:30: P. M. Rejoice and be exceeding glad: for 5OC '
B. lived In a palace. He inherited hall. Regular Bible study each and Glddens, morticians. (CO.D.Orders 63c)
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. great is your reward In heaven: for r
poverty and enjoyed wealth. He Pallbearers were: W. J. Epperson r
Tuesday evening.
A tf>lctian come with each abel
they the' prophets guarantee *
A cordial invitation extended to so persecuted lead armies and was the keeper of O. F. Tomlinson, W. E. Torode, ..
[all there services. which were before you. Ye have flocks. He was a mighty-soldier CARD OF THANKS J. M. Mitchell, A. J. Thomas and HeMo LABORATORIES
heard that It hath been said Thou 4SJO Wen Pico Blvd UM Amp**C.11I.Enclowd t
and the meekest of men. He was We wish to express our thanks W. H. Harrell.
shalt love neighbor, and hate b SOc tor full lit i i '
Christian Church\ they educated la the court, but dwelt in and appreciation to our friends Besides his widow, four daugh- tub 01 HEMO-FREB. II wlieved I u Ii
thine enemies. But I unto TRADg MARK RfO.
,
"What God Forgets" will be the say you the desert. He had the wisdom of who were so kind and attentive to ters and four sons survive, name- mr SOc bath r ,r
I subject of the; sermon next Sunday. Love your enemies, bless them that Egypt and the faith of a child., He us during our recent bereavementand ly: Mrs. Ruby Hozen of Gainesville N.- -.r r ''i

I at 11:00 a.m. curse you, do good to them that was backward in speech, but he for the floral offerings.Mrs. ; Mrs. Lola Hodges, Clinton, -.

"From Idols to the Living God" despitefully use you and persecuteyou I talked with God. No man assisted D. W.,,Kelly and Children. Mo.; Miss Lorle Kelly of New Riv 10 334 "f.- ... ...r. .ilia.._ ._.
I will be the subject of the sermon :: That ye may be the childrenof -""--- TT:: -
your father which is In heaven:
7.30
I at : p.m.
All are Invited to attend these for If ye love them which love ye, I J .. .. .

what reward have ye? Do not even j .
| services.
Faithfully yours, the Publicans the same? Be ye ... *v> 5 > '< 4 .**;; T' vr ns

W. E. DAUGHERTY, Minister. therefore perfect, even as your < j > ;
_
Father which is in heaven is per- ? < <
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Methooisi Church fect.. fW< '' k ,M T fr { n

Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor That difficult commandment, KneeActionWheeff > +
Sunday School, 10 a,m. "Love your enemies," etc., becomes
Morning worship at 11:00 am. easier to obey when we consider

Young People's Meeting-6:30: what the writers say="It Is not x." S ,
P.M. demanded that we should love our

Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. enemies with a natural and spontaneous
) affection, but with the supernatural -
t I t tr
Presbyterian Church love that comes by : tutc* s
Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister grace." We are further told that wheelbase
Services next Sunday as follows: "In love there'are three elements: Longer

10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. Admiration; desire tov possess; and
S. Williams, acting superintendent the will to; benefit.. In love to one's :!:ii

Lesson Topic, "Jesus Begins His enemies it is the third element thatis /
Ministry." stressed.". We may well remem-

11:00 A. M._Morning Worship; ber that "the love of God to His Bigger Fisher Bodies "rlfs{ {

sermon by the pastor. -"Hearing enemies is not the eame as to His
and Doing. friends, the one being a love of
6:30: P. M.--Christian Endeavor. compassion and benevolence, the (4 inches more room)

7:30: P. M.-Evening Worship; other a love of complacency. He
song and sermon. Sermon sub- bestows benefits upon the wicked,

ject, "The Destructive Penknife." He delights in the good. "We are ?t
The church history study class not bidden to take admiring delightIn u<, r ?

meets at the manse every Thurs- our enemies,.but to cherish no Blue Streak Engine "
day evening at 7:30.A : revengeful and malignant feeling .dpi. 4a k: r, 11.
cordial Invitation to all our toward them." Enemies must be ,',eI

services extended to all. sincerely prayed for, that evil may 11 54 e
not befall them, and especially that I

they may repent and be saved at i .
SUNDAY SCHOOL-death ''But we need not pray or' 80 horsepower

wish for their success In their evil

LESSON ways. Jesus often criticised1 His h.

enemies, but while dying on He prayed for them. -
cross .
FOR JANUARY 28, 1034.

Subject:, Standards- of*- the, -King-. . 80 mil an hour
dom. 1 xi
I
Golden Text: "Blessed are the ga. f'ej''
pure in heart: for they shall see BOB JONES 444
God. Matthews 5.5.: Ill

Lesson Text: Matthews 8:1-12: ,
Faster acceleration
43-48. 5,
OMMENTS -'
The lesson' today Is based on 'r- &*." -
sj *S>* H12
Christ's sermon on the Mount. I 'L ON

The time of the lesson was A. D. HERE ANtI

28; and the sermon was preachedon e HEREAFTER. ;*' k
the hills called the Horns of
Hattln, being about sixty!: feet high % greater economy jjjjat
A man can do anything that God
and lying back about two miles *
tells.him to do. If there is some '
from the center of west coast of touring speeds
thing we can't do, then God does '
miles
Sea of Galilee, and seven
not want us to do it. Back of
southwest of Capernaum. Betweenthe
God's commands He puts omnipo
,
peaks is a level place large
tence. If He tells you to go downa
enough for a considerable audience.
certain road, 'Go as far as
Luke 6:12: tells us that Christ had go.
the road. Then Increased smoothness
you can on right
spent the preceding night in solitary -
God will give you.the strength'togo
prayer. The next morning E
Jesus selected his twelve disciples, further. and quietness
.
and then delivered the Sermon on *

the Mount to the twelve, and oth- Fundamentally we are all made le

ers. Of today's lesson Bishop Gore alike.' Yet in many ways no two e ',.
says, "The Semon on the Mount Is of us are alike. It,is interestingto
the moral law of the Kingdom of know that of all the teeming

Christ: or In other words it occupies millions who have lived, the mil- New, largerallweather $ .5 .5. 5

In the New Testament the lllona who live now, and,, the millions S

place which In the Old TestamentIs who are to live in the future, brakes ;t !
occupied,by the Ten Command- .no two even had the same thumhRUPTURE '
ments. '

The entire discourse occupies 1
three chapters in Matthews, and
we are to study the first of them

today. St. Augustine first calledit Smart new styling S
the Sermon on the Mount. An- .
other writer called It the 'Magna r
Charta of the Kingdom of God. An- E. J. MEINHARDI 51

other writer says "It is not a single OF CHICAGO HERE AGAIN '
discourse but a collection of discourses "
delivered on various and to He will demonstrate the Typically low Y a
various audiences, woven togetherand "MelnhardI Rupture Shield",privately FOR 1934It
placed here at the beginning of In his rooms at the Jam.* Chevrolet prices
the Gospel, illustrating, the man- Hotel Palatka, Flo., on Thursday af. r
ner of the Heavenly Teacher.." We only, Feb. let, from 1:00 to S

prefer the following description, 100 P. M.
'
"Jesu* may well have delivered the Ask the Hotel Clerk for the

entire discourse at this time, and numbers of Mr. Melnbardl's ,....... **'here DOW for the first time: the car that all America has been standing *1 f fT'r
portions of It at other times. Ev room. Invited.,
Only men are
ery sermon worth preaching once Mr. MelnhardI saysi The by to see and drive-Chevrolet for 19341 And if you aren't among the first rlir

is worth, preaching often and In Mdnnardl Rupture Shield contracts to attend the gala introductory showing you're going to mis one of the biggest,most

many Mount forms.is logically The constructed Sermon on and the the average the Opening case regardless In 10 day on of exciting,event of the whole motor car year. There!never has been a new Chevrolet

forms a* It stand a' unified and the size: or location of the Rupture \ a ,'model with so many basic and weeping advances: .' this one. Iu JiDertmI-to

powerful discourse." The whole -no matter how much youexercise will in for 19341 r y
sermon Is required to give a com- lift, or strain. The unlike anything you've "seen'. or anything. you see motor can

plete discussion of the Beatitudes.The MetahanU Rupture ,Shield to CHEVROLET MOTOR COHPANT. DETROIT MICUIGANDk4.i.nof. G+ntrelMdws
lesson text for.today Is as follows skillfully molded to each Individual W

: aa a Dentist makes false
' "And seeing the multitudes,,He teeth. (No leg strap and no

went up into a mountain: and cumbersome. arrangements). > Torode Chevrolet Companyand

when He was'set, Hi" disciples It U waterproof sanitary .rjJ.e
came unto Him: and He taught
Indestructible and .
them, saying Blessed are the poor practically .
In spirit fer theirs Is the kingdomof may be worn while bathing or
sleeping (continuously day and ;;;
heaven. Blessed are they mourn: .
for they shall be comforted. Blessed alght) until no longer necessary. yoUlI neverbe

are the meek; for they shall Inherit After twenty 'yeani of e.pe-
the earth. Blessed are they rlence seeing thousands of satisfied with I! any r :

'which hunger and thirst after ensea ...Mr.i, MelnhardI wlU be tt
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other 'law-priced ;
c.r
glad to answer questions regardIng -
eousness: for they shall be
Blessed are the merciful: for rli'ht-I aO methods for Rupture.Do .

shall obtain mercy.Blessed not neglect to .fee hint on I
Pure in bean: for they shall set the above date. There to MOcharge
'
God Blessed are the peacemaker:I for demonstration. This

.for they shall be called: the children I visit la for white people only. 1 ,
,of'pod',. BteaMd are ,they which:I Ir :Ckleago omo. .Pure OU BMg. .. "fr (/;. -'. .. .... .,.. ..

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'J.'' : iia Bradford. -County Telegraph If .KILLING you would-TWO do your BIRDS,bit to You've -r I'IING'EM' IJI>


Established the schools and at the flame ,
'I 1877 '

--,- ..,.......... -- -- perform your duty as 'a \ ; It But
poll tax. ,
pay your
Published! Weekly on,, Fridays and'Entered as Second Class Secretary of, State R. A,

1 e Matter at the Post.Office at Starke Florida has said that payment of poll SIT. % J5"faViscoven f % t+

... __ ..__ __'_ I during January would give $ BACK 5t/kgo1dproducedin/4eWor1a

1s ,v E. L. Matthews\ ._____._________________Editor and Owner I month.schools approximately $300,000 tough'always town thought where -' of America. j jj

_. ,. _. _. has disappeared..
the vast majority
s All poll taxes collected
i+ SUBSCRIPTION RATE county remain In that county, to persuade ev '

I Month's, 'In Advance 100 per cent of the money for a ride-and A
75c Payable
Six
, : i Yearly, $1.50; through the park,

ib Advertising",Rates, on Application the The schools.money Is' sorely needed then, a story in

school boards. While tag: has pointed out

h 2t Add similes As thick ex-presidents of Cuba temporarily relieving: the our hasty judg-
: problem school boards have that outside of be- 1l

r; o expenses-Interest on Chicago is an p

st'' 3 A woman's mind has to change often to. keep up with the money, for instance, 'and poll live. ... t
collections have, no strings on
,
hat styles. ) use of the money. I ;:; a woman who
I
*
o < Payment of poll taxes should City during the

,' Strawberries are bigger.this;, year and we hope prices peal to the bargain< hunting What Impressed ( ( ,
ican. By doing so he will be the Century of
.
k jerk will be, also. -'I; -j -.. ing the schools and at the. but the gesture of _

. no time preparing himself to ; .afternoon on) a .,

p? Let's hope the big-bad ,wolf has gone the same way as the spring primaries woman was

that song about him. 'I i.: : --ow JUST GROW from the
IT WON'T : of a friend with
o staying. She .y Z

I r The nation will join President Roosevelt In celebrating There seems to be no hope where to get off,
X'' Immediate Inclusion In'the '- utton too soon, -
i r).., his birthday January 30.; .>x' Road Department's budget d two.blocks be'
I
I' N0P hardsurfaced road from '

A man asks to be made ,a dictator-a woman would go the State Prison Farm.. feot'off.' the motor- a // Worldsargent-" -IT Oflk i located* 1 j *Ute
we tn
P that Is no reason why .
*
right ahead and start dictating. 'glared. "Well, >
,% tha project should be ?" he growled. Bosnian Mointainsis3sft. in cttameterraflfers

I I 0 in this section.It .
i by people was too scared
,lei'i' The new automobile-treamlining helps you to do every- Is understood that this There was a

does not come in for first Finally' a
1' thing faster but pay for the thing. In
ation even among projects
beside our
IMi I '- o district with some members of stood' 'up,

', y'r' I t Kidnapers In a Kansas jail are trying to go on a hunger board. There are several 'Til get off If no

''," 4 f strike. Well, who cares about that? ing links on other roads which he did. / '
are more anxious to see /
,
-, '" And unless more Federal funds
'
"Here's
; that
Wanted:' Bear traps to catch the feet of cut-ups who forthcoming It Is doubtful -
Byrd greeted his
'\ lit step' in freshly laid cement 4ldewalks.5a oven these latter 'projects will twenty-year ab
\ ceive attention during the .
t Li
f .'i o year. 9'"
:
;' : When scientists get through trying to split the atom, In spite of this fact, a to. Texas in- le ; 4.

R': i they might begin on restaurant steak. from here will appear before, i when his
,, I State Road Department at I ",Byrd?, sent him ) 1elit.Jz aneS' jnetkodtMit' )ygo
!' 0 She to 'gee ofax aa4chJ1'
J" to ago.
;; meeting on January 30 plead \ ,yeara"
: t Clermont Press says, if>;you peel a genius you will,, find this Important piece of work. him until he orte arid 01.: the sex tJr 100.$>tff day

\ \ it is merely a hard worker. who has made good. i' It' (Is1 not believed necessary he heard she was /f feet/oty. o/d without hfeksinsixand dheh&Jfminutes
to in
.. .'II \ large body make the trip It bring an an error
.
Joi;;, i i. Q I hoped that representative him. tj'nlltll' tpids, MC4. 1913

.. "Babson Find Things in Florida in Good ShapeHe gation can be assembled.If 'so dumb. Think

tt1!! must have been hanging, around some of our popular beaches. you are called upon to missed bringing ,
.' \\i.' f."., 1" don't suggest that your years he was. ed nothing in the,way .of creden- farmer, 'or cracker who' sat bare
0 take place. footed on the steps bf his tumble-
t'
: your
;j. ,r i; One :exchange says that(:most accidents are caused'by we neighbor might not get the road '_.1' op /Late tials.Well,, what would'you 'da? down shack, smoking a corncob

," o I' t,. |people who drive with their tongues in high and their brains : year. It Is sure that it will not see pipe.,
J iij built any sooner by waiting And the latest guffaw is the one stranger. 'stopped for a drink
HERE SOON
I in low." o
j':rHa. ., _;'\! to do like Topsy"Just grow." .. uf.SihSecNtary. !: they're tellln' about the two negroes of water. Wishing to be agree. 1
.', \ St' o -- ," featuring Lil .By : who were workin' on a CWA able, he said "How is your cotton

J\1\ :'i Naturalists tell that sharks lay four-cornered eggs. It FLORIDA'S BEST BET .Young rated Florid Pmt AIM*-,Jlior Job. One of 'em said: "Dls CWA coming on?"

Q+ r does seems as i if nature could have designed a more 'convenient -- .best pictures of am swell, boy." The other replied: '"Ain't got none," said''tho
; "It sho' better
of am, than the
That the prosperity by the The Florida Fair and Gaiparllla gov cracker
,, .shape. will ultimately depend upon next eroment'they' didn't do nuthln but
and Mon Carnival will in Tampa
open "Didn't "
0 estry Is the opinion of) Dr.- and for eleven give us .free flour." you plant any? aaked
:. This picture Tuesday, January 30 the stranger.
'i' .
terribly poor shots. .A man in Paris Stuart Campbell associate prof on December 28 days and nights winter visitors "Nope) ," said the cracker, ". '!raid
fa' for sixteen hours'and five minutes with- sor of economics at the for President and home folks alike will have of boll weevlls.-
played a saxophone
.
of Florida.' Dr Campbell the
attention
Houae.-- brought to their
White "Well'r said
the
out stopping. ,i !I' in the current Issue of 1:7"r'?" amazing resources''and opportunities [ From Other Pens Is your corn?" stranger, 'how
that agriculture
Forests says of this commonwealth
great
.
0 I "Didn't "
un.t plant
a
private none, said the
of land
S not increasing Its use With the aid of CWA funds the ,
It looks like a long,-unconversational winter. Prohibition Florida. andfrom presen 'ent White at the old Fair Grounds have been trans- to cracker be no.rain."f raid" there' wan't goln'

s' 1 and technocracy are gone and no one understands money tions, will not Increase It .. I formed Into a, modern exposition; ''ABOUT BOY BABIES The visitor' was 'abashed but

enough to discuss it. ably for a long time in the ;- I Frame structures have been torn cheerful stilL "Well how
,
"Even If the land used for ,DONKEYS down and replaced-with beautiful Researchers and staticians are potatoes?" are your
tS' 0 double in digging into everything Imaginable
culture were to area exchanges we new buildings especially' deslgnec "Ain't
I A psychologist says that people should do what they like would then amount to only craze to hit for' exhlbltlon'purposes. c nowadays figuring out the posslblllties bugs" got none scalrt o' potato

S '''best to do. ,But you have to get out of bed sometime for them' per cent of the state's area BasebalL; The Horticultural and agricultural Lotka, a of specialist this ,and In that.the Insurance Dr. A.'J. "Really, what did you plant?"
would leave still eighty per sounds) en-
game exhibits assembled' from an.''sec i asked the
to change the sheets., statistics, has been the stranger
studying
4rec not by agriculture, don't see
required any
'
5a f dons of ,the state'.Will provide a "NothlnV said the cracker "I
of ,
prevalence boy babies and these
0 said.Declaring become
f professor glorious portrayal that the Floridian Just played safe."
-Milt
Bacon in
are some of his conclusions
,The world is a staircase, some are going up and some are thatIn my have Just as may view with pride, the newcomer : Jacksonville ,.Journal.
most of it will either be unused "any other lItUe with amazement. When a.boy baby is born he has
t coming down.-Lisbon Falls Enterprise. And some are slid- be utilized for forestry," Dr. two chances out of threeto, grow -
Florida's IT
ing down the bannisters.v/ bell said that the average gives the .'magnificent exhibit at up and become a father. He has MEANT LITTLEThe

of Florida does not realize the of the, the Century of) Progress served to even.chances to become the fatherof -
i' u : .game the Interest ultraconservative
arouse
of
ultimate countless ,a son, but chance in deeply
only
one
that his state's ,
; .Add famous sayings: "If you buy your auto tags inGeorgia depends upon forestry adding ,, as >a "positive thousands; many of whom are visiting four to become the father of two Republican policies of the Saturday

,vend children'' to school." Hills- Inhabitants ) ; our state this winter for the eons, A few Evening Poet ,have been long
'- tjr your a Georgia -the sooner the :); grow up to have ten known.
1 .,, excepting first time. The Florida Fair., the But people thought few
the'' state realize this and sons,, but there .is only one chancein a
.t' borough' 'County School Board. sensible and far-sighted I and catcher, are third largestin: the country, will 2,000 that this will happen. weeks ago, that the Post was liberalizing -
IV" o J i strictly I serve to further/ Impress these somewhat when it deplored
it the sooner prosperity; will Many othermore'
,for or less interesting the condition
stubborn and folks and create In' their hearts a of the decadent Re-
should behind and the movement to ''
Everybody get push i attained.. conclusions with to
in the world 1 keen desire to make this state their I respect publican party and urged a third
: promote' a'hard..suraced'roadto: ; the State Farm.'' It Is one :Tbat Dr. Campbell is right in are expected to I permanent'bome.I !the'perpetuation of a' family name party' between the Republicans oa
that the average, are set forth. Dr.
of the most needed In the state. assumption strike out I this by Lotka who the Right and the Democrats>
held
Although in on
realize the Tampa ex '
son does not finally estimated, that in about the
.. ... o of forests Is proved by the bit the ball and 'position Is in no sense a sectional nine cases out of ten the name will But Left.the

l.' [,rSomeone"' has 'said that President Roosevelt is. twenty of forest fires that each year first on base his,bUl'1'or before affair and.all localities Florida benefits.are"represent.ed eventually die.out policies was Post concerned so far as was general only

n years ahead of his time.. If.that is the case the rest of us our dreds countryside of thousands destroying of small also mount- Every tourist and winter visitor He falls, however, to state fooling. Like a leopard it has not
whether he thinks this Is fortun-
a changed its
him to the spots. It
should hurry to catchup with him., and hindering the growth of ride their should be encouraged to attend the ate thing for the human race. We conservative and continues remains ultra-
to have
? x ones. Practically no effort Is Florida) Fair this, year It will venture the
i 0 foot of the ball suggestion that inmost Republican leanings. The tenor of
take the place leave sand in their shoes
to
to plant trees they can it
; According to news reports, an unidentified person is '< ball, and then cases1 probably is.-Klaslmmee Its editorials "and articles indicates
**, those used each year for leave sand in,their shoes they can Gazette. that
around into homes. far the base. ahead never* 'Remember it is no more liberal than ever.
1\\ 'going throwing gAS, ,Virginia So no clal purposes, and even the shake 'out. the 0'ANOTIDCR..FOR'TIIE It views with
t would be dates.: January SO to expected alarm many
k: 'politicians have been arrested as suspects. on reforestation Is. heavily that handicapped by ;: eourse.'add: spice ; .-: February 10. JOINERS'The --mCst-of Roosevelt the POlicies'of' the

0 ravages of fir*., fact:that they And now 'Attorney?.LandU rules town''was circularized this administration .
iNY'' *' Perhaps we would all do A little better if we were awarded The professor's ,Instructive buck the rider, that only a' drug store may sell week with an announcement that on Typical the Roosevelt of Its left-handed attacks
.
(4\ some form of .recognition, such as getting on the "HonoriRoll" ticle continues: :' 'In him spite', or' of head his drugs What the restaurant people a new lodge or camp or chapter or in the January program issue Is an article by-
at more would like \o nave him rule to thata
"There are present something was about to' be ,
: \ when we enter the school of experience. vO' store organized Isaac. F. Marcosson. a well known
sell
hz 11000.000 acres, or drug can only drugs; here. Its name Is suspicious Post staff writer '
one-third of the laid in the ; all of which goes to show what a even terrorizing to the easily terrified NRA,. it Entitled' Canada"Northof
This is mostly readers that if difference little word pictures a
l.9t'of one can
Tampa Tribune credits. Balzac with the following: tax delinquent. but its purposes as stated In land. of level-headed ,
land which popular here make if another straight
It in
on we
over timber you put place. the; literature harmless.
1j "Money 'is made round that it may roll for extravagant people .owners could not pay the headline, as the The ruling was requested by the toward appear Ourposition thinking people, making 'Just as
new
'
.! ,'., but flat'for'' economical people who pile it for State organization much progress in recovery during
: ,. up. : high taxes. A law providing .so cruelly did. Pharmaceutical 'Associationwith la short and to the point: if their 1933 ,as the '
United
k 'I ol. I. low ad valorem rate not to )" Diamond:Ball the hope.'DO' doubt" that the purposes are bad." of course.we without :any States, but

k'' 1 Uncle Sam will abandon community garden projects five cents an acre, plus a attendant the publicity might revive in don't' want'em, and It their purposes without ''fuss new-fangled'or ..furoTwithout ideas
tax: of not more than ten per -- public mind the fact that some are good, we don't need 'em. "
r', ; s l, '[soon aa the present crop to harvested. The old fellow knows of the Umber when it .is cut : *around town drug stores really do seU drugs.be- There[ are hundreds' of. worthy organizations 'pyrotechnics.Inference if not, ,In other words, by
home should have its relief for, such tween meals. i by direct state
that
1; 4 every own garden anyway. provide their, license starving to death now. ment.;:Mr. Marcosson
and offer some Inducement N ,*, would have
ers, And the fundamental
aim of moat
r o- In. order to
> you believe
the
.l ,f '' future timber growth: The I thought 1 knew all the!racketabu of the new ones Is to make Canada method,Is
the model Jobs and
new a darn
r A returned' big game .hunter 'says he feels safer in the Florida should reforest the the law and a guy breezed into the office a salaries for the. people who run sight better, than ours.
However '
(,1 ,jungle than in city traffic.: You 'can always outguess a delinquent cut-over timber which *, or so moment ago ,well dressed,.' apparently 'em. It might be well to think of errs to begin his line of our reasoning
with in
cQUldn.t holds and protect It against well fed and wearing an ear these opinion
1! things before
f1. jungle cat but heaven itself figure a hit-skip driver Then,' with a revision of the I you-know-where.penalty-bet to .ear grin. When started to money'' to boost any digging new up order.Better good. I Into In that account'it says but fails to', take

i (I", ,he said. ;;..- laws purchasers for the land I greet him with a Vhow'do you do"he pay ;your due. In the ones tar different thatCanada'WU'1n
,Qi readily be found. crowds a card In my hand which you already belong to, say we.- shape from the United
a "i "The timber of Florida could I" read: "I 'am a deaf mute-- Arcadia States to start recovery with..
any: Arcadian.
keeping school I
r #. qp In speaking of the n<$c.esi8Jty of children in ; There had been :'
; forest be no
used for four primary can thing you give me ,wUl be,appre 0 __ so much stock
If .Dr. Frank Crane "Here I have pointed out often.Is c speculation' there
: says: as Lumber naval stores paper climate. In ciated. PLAYING SAFE there had beenno

.. |: the running'' sore of our 'crhWe,1] pauperism, and "of our"social furniture. The lumber industry '.that conditions "A guy with your: qualifications" bank failures. There were other

h," 'i i 'evil-namely, our failure"to care for the children and of..our an old established Industry In. for paper pro I said "ought to be drivin a school Organizations which stand still considerable two differences *between. ,
state and should become than In any oth bus or maybe could countries.
;you get a Job or go backward, In
', I; \ thrusting them untrained into the economic struggle. ous again,with a revival in try. The pro- doublln' for Harpo Marx." > have officers and deputies many cases and, thatnsthenh< ouldtbeawosseparattee:

u ing construction which appears might likewise Now"don't 8'8t\m.' wrong. I've members alike who lack the vision '

.Scientists .say'i tijat 'at some,far. distant age the earth'srotation evitable when properous' times industry in the got ae much sympathy for the afflicted and determination and,'."punch" .answers, to the problems of depres-
lon
:i turn. The naval store industry .are very favor; aethe.aatman..but J'm which are essertlal.to. as there has been.. 'KI'. Mar-
c :t : will be reduced;!! to_the same period "as that of the likewise well-established and, : *,," other' uses funny.Doufglvtnaway' 'money -suco.u.haanything .--__ .CZ**. article would lead many to

s'' "'/> rotation of,, the moon abojut, Jth. earth, and then our day and an excellent future; due to the products of the when rm'not flurevjtne, cue: Is .,.... If the leaders 'ot'an'iDaUtuUOIJ 'b lev"' .'tWnks ou* answer

.';tf.t:' month will be of equal length. What a swell break that will .tanUy increasing uses of planting.. and se- nrvin* and the fleets real. throw up their hands and say that to au,wet-0caia.Banner.,* '" gy', "
.. tine and rosin In chemical and / varied uses This, chap may Mra been all he nothing .Is 4 : '" "-
| betor.1nstalIment collectdfap-with the first of the month worthwhile certainly "
Il | ,, :The word -
fields. Paper manufacturing .. .Income claimed on the other band he may they will not be dlsap olnted.c -. cre, taken from the
'r.v\\'sj-rlvfng promptly.eyery/mprnngs/ | .. of'\ *.,: ; Anglo-Saxon '"a, ,"
: ; pat.bWU. : have been good actors; He offsr"rf ger ortemally.
,, ; a of '
story
rf q. *because. ._ ; ... JTbersto ;.. a; Georgia. .
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