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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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LUDtE FIFTYSI1Cunty STAKKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY?'FEBRUARY 2,1934. NUMBER THIRTEEN:

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Projects 'State Making'Worker'Debt, SurveyOf Here Farmers May Get t Man Stealing. Accused Own of''I.''I. Road Board Fails : Cold Hits Berries .)I'' )


Bradford Towns Has Narrow Escape :

Hit Stride Pay For ProductsOf To Give Any Hope it (

igani Mrs. Mary A. Kennerly. of Pa- J.. H Hundley employee of the
latka is making a debt survey of Florida.. State Farm who lives a A Knockout Blow

the Incorporated towns of Brad. short distance north of town hada ; + ; I

|As Buying Begins ford County under the supervision Corn And HogsAgricultural narrow escape Saturday night For Prison Road

'of the State Auditor; She has just when he was accused of trying to

finished a similar survey In Putnam steal his own automobile. A bullet -

Iterlals Purchased- For Starke County and will make a simi- Adjustment Workers hole in the car seat on.which Mr. No Highways Unless Federal Set Back .4; : Weeks J. I!

School And Lawtey City lar survey In Union County. Mrs. Expected To Work Up Data Hundley was sitting bears silent Funds Forthcoming. Committee

Hal) Kennerly Is a practicing attorneyand Soon witness as to just what' a narrow Told -

accountant In Palatka and was escape he bad. Ninety,, Per Cent Of Bloom And' '

purchase of materials formerly,County Judge of Putnam A general decrease throughoutthe Late Saturday night Mr. Hund C. B. Treadway chairman of the Tag Office Crowded Fruit. Believed Lost Here Tumt- }?

tie lifted ban- on this week by the Civil County. country In the production of ley had returned on a State Farm State Road Department Tuesdaytold During Last Day; day And Wednesday S
la .
Irks Administration and the ban- + hogs and corn as provided for by truck from Sarasota, where he bad a delegation from here urging No More Extension -

lap which projects had the Agricultural Adjustment Administration taken a load of automobile tags. construction of a hardsurfaced ll-A N THURSDAY

in ,carried under.:on here for the past Week-End Fires Is now getting under He told the driver: of the truck to road from Starke to the Florida With no further extension of the ,, y

was In part lifted way In Florida, according to an announcement let him out at his' house where be State Farm, there would be no time for using old automobile tags, U'a.t.:,. Freeze. Believed To Have Hit

weeks, of materials for the by county agents. A would get his automobile and driveIt highways! built In Florida this year local enforcement officers will join Plant. "\City, Also Damage

trite nirchases school, the Lawtey, school, Do Much Damage representative of the agricultural to the prison so be would have unless the Federal government with enforcement officers throughout There Not Yet Known 1

city hall, and culverts fort !! administration Is expected to be means of returning to Starke the makes, another allocation to the the state In a campaign againstthe -

tey were made this week, here'' soon to get the adjustmentlined next day. state., further use of the 1933 plates. 1 Freezing temperatures coupled

i\ work town is expected to begin on Two Houses'-'And Sign Boards up, In Bradford County.The I Mrs. Hundiey was aroused by the Committees from Starke Business l The time for use of 1933 tags ,, with heavy winds again swept

lae projects early Monday morn- county agents point out that I car being driven out of the garage Men's Club and the Board of expired Jan. 15, under the 1033 Bradford County Monday and
Burn Roof Of Home '
farmers will bo paid by the government and upon seeing It disappear down County. ,Commissioners appeared Motor Vehicle Act, but Governor Tuesday nights carrying before }

Bids' on the addition to the court Catches for reducing their production the road, she ran to a neighborsand before members of the road department Sholta: granted an extension of them at, least ninety per cent or: '1t'' '

Juse here were again received in -- of hogs and corn.. The moneyto telephoned Sheriff W. J. Ep early In the afternoon and time to Feb. 1, because of the delayIn tbo,.'present strawberry crop, according -
Fires here the week-end destroyed '
Elhassee Wednesday., It has not over pay farmers is being obtained, person. She also called the State advanced arguments why this Important production of tags at the State to estimates of grower g' -
frame house .
a one-story ,
i been learned'whether any oflae located across from the court house they say, from the new.processingtax Farm, saying that someone had piece of road should be Prison Farm plant. here."
low enough to satisfy the on hogs.Reduction. stolen her automobile and was driving built as Boon as possible. Although Tax Collector C. A Knight's office The cold took a heavy toll even
was and owned two
W.
byJ.! Morgan, '
ulrements of the Civil Works boards Outdoor payments on hogs will it In that direction.. board members seemed to agree was crowded all day Wednesday In patches that were well sheltered In r +
owned
ministration. sign by the of Jacksonville be $5 per head for seventy-five per In the tneanwhile, Mr. Hundley, with the delegation that this road as motorists sought to obtain by timber and, although few plants
Advertising Company
the number of cent of the of was a needed piece of construction, plates before the time expired. It were killed, It will be four or five 6.
Rate of pay and the home of L. F. Smith, average production unaware of,the excitement he was
Kirs week remained ,. the the two they made no promise of Including was to keep the office weeks before fruit will begin to
of work per southeast of_town, and did slight farmeduring past creating, drove into the prison necessary
changed this week with em- damage to, the ,roof of the J. L.Frazee years, or from Dec. 1, 1931, to Dec. grounds where: Ison-in-law!, : It In the year's budget even If Federal open until late in the afternoon.Mr. ripen In volume '

lyees limited to two days a week.o home on Walnut Street. 1, 1933. This payment will be divided Harvey Williams, also an employeeof funds were allocated. Knight expects: business. to :The thermometer is reported to> y' ''

| definite Information has been Into three Installments, $3 the prison, and who was on Income for the department In remain brisk for several da ITS! yet, have dropped to twenty-eight d'greos t

elved as to how long the CWA The Morgan' house, which was upon acceptance of the contract by guard duty at the time, opened! fire 1934, Mr. Treadway announced, and has a supply of tags on hand Tuesday morning and touch ,

El 1 continue to operate. It Is the first fire, occurred about 4:00: the Secretary Agriculture; $1 on the automobile.having been notified was estimated at $8.000,000 and it for all vehicles ed low.for this winter Wednesday i
o'clock Saturday afternoon. It is was now in debt $$2,124,242. In when it hit twenty-six.
Town, however, that President about Nov 15,1934; and remaining of the supposed ,theft.'

wvelt wishes ,W to gradually believed that unknown parties set $2, minus administrative:, !costs, .Li'. William fired four times at addition, he said, the departmentmust :The temperature began to rise a
fire to dry grass in,the vacant lot !. maintain 1,600 convicts and Roosevelt Cuts
about Feb 1935. ,
jer off and come to an end by adjoining the building. Wind carried 1. the Hundley'automobile, and one about 9:00: o'clock Wednesday Y
8,300 miles of for
highway whichnearlyo.Jt.OooOoo '
morning,'" and continued to climb
y 1. flames to the house and one Reduction payments on corn will bullet pierced the front seat of the .
be thirty cents per bushel, less local ,''. : would be needed. throughout the day,
corner of it was ablaze:when the ; :
Form fire was discovered. The fire administrative expense, onthe, careMr.Hundle, '"little think Ing that cents."We",he can said raise referring the to sixty-one the indebtedness Gold Jn Dollar Rain'' began to fall early Thursday ; '

feachers! whistle was never bloWn'' and the appraised average 'production of he was forming ,virtual moving "but can't raise morning and It is believed that "; i

truck"was not called out for sometime the land ,taken out of corn. This target did not ctop: until he reached we any Action Taken thin will aid materially In bringing v,
for To
since it believed that the thirty cents Is to be divided Into his destination at the farm. money new construction. Expand Credit the strawberry crop out of its severest -
School LeagueA. was two Installments fifteen cents to He promised to continue the ,And Stabilize Priers, Say.President .
flames could be extinguished by When told of his narrow escape he set-back of the season. 'j,
the use of chemical tanks be paid upon acceptance of the said that be had the windows of budget meeting as long as possible, Our cold was part of a wide. ra
contract by the secretary and the the automobile rolled up and had to see If Congress would make.an Flung wave' that held most of the py{
had not been occupied President
Roo
Gray Tells Purpose. Of This building other fifteen cents, less local expenses mistaken the rifle shots for his motor appropriation for roads velt established United State In its grip for two> +
and had been con a 59.00 cent dollar
for years "If Florida Federal Wednesday for
Address 193' gets a fund
Organization In on or about Nov. 13, backfiring. Ing over the nation was shown
up
Last.,Week .to. demned several" months ago 'by the The producer must reduce ,both ..1_, this year, then, we can consider the .announced purpose of expand weath.r
In
Tllefew 'S' no'
city council. insur- some new work. ing credit, Iltabl1lslng'prices and reports Wednesday

,. Bradford-County branch of ance on it, Mr, ;Morgan' .said.. I corn produce and,one hogs and, but not should the, other a man, he Farmers Apply "In meantime, we ark tryingto protecting the nation's foreign. days No definite However Information a general had warm-been t
house ablaae commerce, according to dispatches
wen news
_j League for Better"Schools waitmed The entire was can sign the contract and receive get the department on"a cash
obtained
last Friday afternoon at when the fire truck arrived and the benefits of the one' commodity. basis.- :.;.W!_want tp. pay our debts from Washington, D. C. of the Thursday' to as the to the extent + i

Je school house here. Leon A. putting it out,WU, given up as a If In. 1932-33 be'lTeW"'oJf an'aver-' s TodLoaGroup this year->-and the law requires us The first step was taken when at damage Plant strawberry Wi
Government
lay, principal,of the high school, bad job when it was found that age less than ten acres of corn, exclusive to,maintain the convicts and we the. Chief Executive signed the crop reports, however City., indicated a IIl'bt.freeze -
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elected president of. the new there was a small blue on the of corn for silage, he may must maintain the highways" proclamation cutting the dollar's there a

anization. U? H. Futch principalthe roof of the Frazee home. The sign up for the benefit paymentson Action Held Up Awaiting ApprovalOf Mr Treadway said that automobiles gold content from 258 to 15 8-21 Tuesday night.

[ Hampton school, was elected truck was driven to the scene of hogs, but must not Increase his Inspectors For Bradford produce seventy' per cent of grains of gold nine-tenth fine. It Small shipments of berries' were '

fce-presldent, and Mrs. L.',H. Hill, the latest blaze and firemen suc- corn acreage next season. If the ,County the state's entire revenue through was reduced from 258 grains set made during the past week.' More ,

I Lawtey, was chosen secretary- ceeded in extinguishing the flames average number of litters farrowedby payment of the seven cents a gal heretofore by statute. than: 068 crates were reported going V ,

-vasurer. with little damage.It his sows In 1932-33 was less Machinery: of the Starke Produc lon gasoline tax,. and payment of Thereby the Treasury gained a out by truck and 480 by express t

I Members of the league simply I .r Is believed that.th last fire than four the producer signing the tion Credit Association Is being license fees. This amounts to approximately profit of nearly $2.700,000,000 on ,

ledge to register pay their poll was caused by a defective flue contract shall not be required to held up' awaiting the approval of $14,000,000 annuallyfrom its gold holdings. From this profit Prices are said to have .held

|x: and vote ,for legislators whoU rather than from a spark from the reduce hog production in 1934,' but Inspectors for Bradford and Baker the gas 'tax and $4,000,000from Is automatically established a around $3.00 per crate.

make adequate provisions fore Morgan house. If he does not so reduce he shall Counties, according to a statementthis the licenses. $2,000,000,000 fund for use In con

schools of Florida. The L. F. Smith home burned not be eligible to receive any hog ,week: by W.: B. Slbley' president However he pointed out that trolling the dollar's value In International CWA Will Give'Livestock'

I Practically every teacher of the about J0:30 o'clock Sunday morn- reduction payment under the contract of the association.The only one revenue, from three centsof exchange and for regulating

Ihools now in session, In Starke, No one-was at home at the inspector for Union Countyhas the gas tax goes to the High the real value of the dollar in

>wtey Hampton, and Brooker, time.Ing. Mr. Smith was in Tallahassee If the number of litters been approved and It is not way Department and said he believed terms of commodities at home.
Grtffls average known why no action has been taken it necessary that there be no 'The' President's FeedTwo
Jere present. ,, ,. J. super and Mrs.; Smith and the children farrowed by his sows In 1932.33 proclamation
Instruction, on the applications of men to Impairment of the highway completed
tendent of, public were at Sunday School. was less than three, the producer system a long train of events,
Id previously stated the purpose This home is located outside of the contract :shall 'not be fill these positions in Bradford and which makes this revenue pos starting last March, which In effect -

J the meeting] and urged the the city limits and as there Is no signing required to reduce hog production Baker. sible.: Therefore, he said, It Is necessary changes the entire monetary foundation Cars Of Wheat Expected: To- +t

lachers to register and. pay their water' supply nothing could be In 1934( and he Is, not eligible to Twenty-five ,or t,thirty applications to maintain the highways ata of the nation and which also Arrive, Soon At Starke And, E
then Intro- have been received by the association cost of about $4,000.000 annually, goes far to establish
1>U tax. Mr. Griffla done to save the building. All furnishings receive any hog reduction payment a new financial Lawtey rr
Lced Mr.. Gray to'.speak on the were lost also; The loss under the contract. ; from farmers in this which Includes maintenance of setup in the government.,' The -
Inject of the leagues' now being covered by Insurance. county who are t anxiousto' make about 1,600 convicts used in road Treasury and not the Federal Reserve Farmers and householders in j
partially
was than
Iganlzed throughout;Florida. .1 'It is believed that the city coun- Any farmer of who corn grows and less less than loans. Mr. Slbley'said but these upkeep. system, now Is the monetary Bradford County owning as many,.

1 Mr. Gray showed how the sala- cil will not allow the sign boardsto ten acres Is not can go no further until Inspectors Thirty-five county delegationswere heart of the nation's financial or as a dozen chickens or other kinds
lea : three litters of pigs'a year are approved. However, loans can heard during the day and ganism.
officials'and public
of
a
public be rebuilt. The company has of poultry, as well as those owning '
all excepte .eligible to sign a contract. be put through in Union County, others were to present their appeals The program that
orkers stood and that lease on the property but It Is un- ._---d--- ---- reached fruition livestock, may apply to 1IVC Wall, 1
teachers had been provided for. derstood that since the boards the president believes. Wednesday when the depart Wednesday has developed Civil Works Administrator; Starke, i ,
,
la session MR* ALVAREZ APPOINTED Any farmers desiring production ment resumed Us meeting. slowly ever side
further showed bow one burned the company can be stopped an embargo was For wheat feed It was announcedthis
| Legislature ((1920) bad given from rebuilding.' Several members COUNTY .HEALTH NURSE credit should get In,touch.with E. I.. i placed on export of gold In the financial I. week. Applications must be 4

|x: months' revenue to,schools and of the'council have'announced -' W. Hayes, secretary-treasurer of MRS. VINEY LEE crisis of lust spring. Step tiled before Feb. 10.''
Road Depart- this week was the local association i the court Mrs, Viney Lee, 80, died at the by step through abandoning the
State Alvarez
ghteen to the themselves as opposed to signboards Mrs. J. M. Two. carloads of this wheat, the
lent. He mentioned that Indiana, on this property. [appointed county health, nurse to house here. The farmer's first stepIs home of her son-in-law and daughter gold standard, purchase of newly- latest gift, from the government

advice of Governor Paul V. work here under'the,State Boardof to make out a financial'state:; Mr. :and Mrs. David Gunter, mined domestic gold at a premium, will arrive In Starke and Lawtey I'l'

cNutt, had adopted a two per Health. Mrs. Alvarez and an ment which shows his requirementsand near Starke, on Wednesday Jan. and 'finally through foreign gold about Feb. 10.. One ear will be a '

tut sales tax. This provided amplyr Ocala AttorneyTo I assistant. Miss"Beverly cady. will the amount of money neces 10, after ,an Illness of several purchases by the Federal Reserve allotted to each town.

.schools and all revenue needs I, be paid from Civil Works Service eary for the production of his months which had confined. her to Bank of New York the administration last ,two cars will arrive at the i

"he assembly of the state of Eliot funds. crops, livestock or poultry. .her' bed.Funeral. has moved toward the goal of same two towns about Feb. 25.
I. similar law the last I The loan committee of their association services were held on putting the dollar control In the
passed a GreenWallace Recent tests' in .our county Applications for this teed should
leek Oppose will pass on their appli- Thursday morning, Jan. 11 at 10:00: hands of the .
of December, 1933. Such aIw i schools showed that eighty percent governmentHere register their needs''in person at honce.
and send,Jt to,the Federal o'clock at Long Branch cemetery,
causes the colored population had hook cation are come of the results giving the exact number off
of the
pay more of their share of govunent II ., Mrs.children Alvarez: bad' been Intermediate Credit Bank fort die .ear' ,Maxvllle. with Rev. E. C. hoped for by administration experts farm animals or poultry owned la

expenses.. It also causess E. Sturgis WIN Submit worms. in the schools for the past co int1'*The 'Intermediate ,credit Newton in charge. aa'" outcomes of the new each case

tourist the floating population, Definite Ttatfonn To Voters I several working without pay to combat bank then passes OD''the loan and Those surviving the deceased are move: AU allowances will be based upon '

d non-property holders to pay He Says this years disease. when it is approved the. money becomes three daughters and two sons, A world gold price at the $35 an the number of head owned by the?
real available to the applicantand ( namely Mrs. Esther Grlffls; Miss ounce level -
elrs, enabling all land and ; applicant In order that this grain.,
| re- E. Sturgis. Ocala attorney I' -- -" is disbursed on: "budget Martha Wilkinson and Mrs. David 'A rising response'in' ;
roperty taxes to -be greatly Wallace commodity which I. ;part of the agricultural
uced.: For some reason the mem- ,, today ,announced that he FREE GRAPEFRUITA basis." Gunter..of Starke.. and John Wilkinson prices beginning with the export surplus being removed under the
ra of the last session of Florida would be a candidate for representative grapefruit truck Sunday made In order to be eligible as mem- and Elisha Wilkinson group'of commodities and spreadIng administration's agricultural program -

legislature failed to provide such to Congress from the Second the turn too suddenly! at the intersection bers of a production credit association Lawtey. Several grandchildrenalso gradually to others ., may be distributed as equitably -:

law for Florida although upon Congressional District, subject to of State Roads 13 and 28 farmer-borrowers take five survive. i A firmly fastened exchange"ratio as possible.
heir of In June. and a dozen or so crater of beautiful cent of the amount of; their MOT M M* between the
own admission a majority the Democratic primary per : dollar and the French Upon arrival of the car., the applicant -
LICENSES
n knew and believed It'was the The present representative A. yellow;.fruit" were scattered loan In class B stock.' This stock MARRIAGE licenseehive franc-a gold standard money_ must present: his certificate 1 'I

\; thing to do! Mr..:Gray said., Green of Starke has also announced over the pavement. Early arrivals' gives the. holder the privilege of The been.i.sued following marriage the past which for a while will necessitate signed by O.:O. Griff, of the 1 U, ,
during
his Intention to run again and were given a treat of free grapefruit voting-It carries no double liability little gold movement between New CWA. office in Starke. It is necessary r
:S HOME BURNS a third member of the race will be L as they-wore. at Hampton last -and becomes the foundation of week by. County Judge. E' K. Perry. ,York and Paris; that each applicant provide '

IN RISING SECTION Judge J. R..Kelley of Madison. Saturday when a truck overturnedIn the association: It U the first stepin :man: 'A variable ratio between the containers In which to ''
away
I. carry ;
and Eva Under
Jenkins a'
section of that Elbert .
the latest the business credit aaoociotlons -
-who is making production pound and the dollar
'
Mr.- Sturgla
The home of Harry H. Lewis In bill. depending the grain. ,
candidate to announce said be town. farmer owned controlled chiefly on'what England do Cars will be In
e Rising section war completely .. ... v Wesleyi'Jonesand; Louise Sweat. may placed on sidings
frame and submit, a definite and operated with her equalization fund +
lestroyed fire All fur- would and Carrie Elliot. ; Starke and Lawtey. The CWA has .,
by Monday.
R.'Prevail. I
,
ACT
with MAY SERVICES i
BOARD BAPTIST CHURCH l
ishings de- platform entirely: In harmony Conservative emloyment of the no provision for storing grain and
of the home were also and France Lowe.
Toyed as well the smokehouse the program of the Roosevelt ad- T.. T. Long county sanitary Sunday morning. and evening.' Loyd Grlffls Treasury's $2,000,000,000 stabiliza no funds for demurrage, so It wllL
as ministration, but that it.would in Inspector was this week orderedto February. the services earby. of to Tallahassee a list of surface ,Church will I be in : Stevens. and Catherine.
The fire Is said to have started condition, embrace items particular send First Baptist The, administration also hope. unloaded by the end of the second /
Interest :and benefit to the toilets not complying with charge of Rev.J.;Boatwright of ,Taylor. eventually for an international stabilization day F ,'
om
a faulty flue. Mr. Lewis was and Novella
lot at home at the time and hiss people of the Second CongressionalDistrict. state laws. The list win be. acted Ocala.' Rev. Boatwrlght comes to King.H. D. Abernathy agreement No signs of .Bulletins 'explaining the use of .:' :
upon by district sanitary officersof this church highly.recommended It have yet .i
was not able to the flames ; appeared, bow.verr wheat feeds will be distributed at '
get Is thirtyfiveyears the State Board of Health who and all members are urged to be '' .i
r control wind warlowing. Mr.: Sturgis, who I AT MISSIONMALLGod's -----.- the CWA, office. Mr. Wall la urging ""d
as a high old. served' In, the army during have full authority .to have the present for both .these services' Eternal Plan .was the subject ALEXANDER: HOME BURNS that each applicant ark for a 'PO

Ther..waano Insurance the .the Mexican border uprising of owners compelled,to'. build constructions and visitors are cordially welcomed. II .evening and blackboard The home of J. B. Alexander at ,bulletin since most people In this"section
on Tuesday
19lf."and la aIM a veteran of the .that comply .with the. to..hear this young minister. Hampton burned to ,ILe ground ....'uDtamJllar.wtth'wbeat 1$ \
ome, It Ia siild [r, l,ewta elpect.re : f work was used to Illustrate.
,
4 i ,
WWiita
,t! W ,Santa dte..J World'War: /receiving his commis'sioi law, : ., .i-sx 1- '< ''VII'UiOIIOF.GNDii The study.was specially InterestIng early Tuesday morning'. It la un- feeds and they might.be'dangerous' .' .I ..'I"i;l\;
ups France when he- was twenty derstood that the house caught on to .llveatoqp If alI;.used properly. ,. .
,, ,
the and Next- .week on :.
PRACTICE' : MOMDAT ass lleetinc are,being*held at, helpful j! )
I8cOPAL SUNDAY SCHOOL yearsold.." Immediately after.the >FIRE 1 another the roof from a defective fireplace. : .. '
There wm"be Bund y'School at World War be entered the school of MR.-, Cv- Barton. *usedhlefi'' an Church of 'GoII' at''. adon The 'every with Tuesday blackboard night 7:40 outline at the study Dis .Only" about a' third of the house l /A survey' revealed that traveling ;>i [r!
Dounca'tIle.. wlU'b fire DIP at; TM: pursue '
t Mark's Episcopal Church every law at the University of Virginia : practice hear theSoraatassyu night the warm furnishing were saved it was said. at state expense Is the largest sto4la i p I"" :; "" ,

afternoon at 8:00 o'clock. and war later employed! to a legal Monday night at TOO o'clockAU- I.d. ..., ..LMIIe'C. 1.-" aA -rralaw.elwalfe ,The loss was partly.covered tar...- 4t.1 mfmtttmrtt. et,T4MS.: J fi: >.]..'..
p. i/bresara are espeetaftjr: tr1gW'to tea dReaacew) .; \ 1\ g .Y'
J ahara of. /church and c&JItT'W .. A' i I .. '. governmental departments. fc XJ:r.!., i
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r sisters, Mrs. J. L. Williams and was spread and where old friends I
TIIERESSA BROOKER UAMPTONMm day.Mrs. SAXTON
'' Mrs. J. H. Houser. enjoyed the afternoon together. J. D. Tobler of Euwtla and

J 1 Rkoda Zdclcr. Car. 11I1... V.r. (lain.?., C.r. I AJa IVI__.. Cor. Mr. and Mrs. a. Pursley have recently Those present were his mother, Mr. and Mrs. N N. Norton and Miss! Viola Tyler, Cor.
44 H HIM been visiting their childrenIn Mrs. E. J. Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. E. daughter Mary of Tampa were J
P Palatka. E. Lewis and children, Mr. and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. .
i Mr. and Mrs.. R. Q. Zeigler and Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhornand Johnson-BIrt I J. W. Nimmo was transacting Mrs. J. L. Lewis and children, Mr. Halslop Tuesday and were accom- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sumnera*,
Mr. Bridges of Gainesville were little daughter. Nancy Jo, of Mlat. Mildred Birt and A. L. business In Starke this week. and Mrs. E. Lewis and little daughter panied home by little Ralph Fill- Sunday in Lake City. :
visiting at the home of J. J. Zeigler Wildwood. were visiting her parents Johnson were quietly married last John Haws and son, Roy, of Fa- Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Connor, man who has been spending a few Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Woman
1 Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen, Saturday at the home of Rev. G. E. bioua Ala., have been visiting Rus- J. W. Buddlngton and daughters, weeks with his grandparents Mr. Starke spent Sunday with !Mil 1
,Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers and here Friday. McGauley at Brooker in the pres- eel Williams this week.' Gwlendolyn :i.nd: Ernestine; H. M. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop.Mr. Lizzie Tyler.
pp son. Carlos, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewy Mr and Mrs. P. A. Crosby and ence of a small circle of relativesand Mr. and Mrs.., J. F. Colley of McRae and family Misses Arzola and Mrs. J. .-.. Waters of O. T. Nelson attended church
t Chapman and small son, Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and friends. Starke visited Mrs. J. R. Colley Crosby, Dorothy Crosby and Ruth Winter Haven. are spending a few Lawtey Sunday.
y of Providence, Flo., were visiting children were visiting relatives In Both are very popular here and and daughters, Misses Shirley and Crosby.All .days here with relatives. Mrs. W. R. Swanburn was shop
y at the home of A. L. Sullivan Sun- Youkon Sunday.Mr. will be greatly missed, especially Frances Colley last Sunday. left at a late.hour wishingMr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hersey of this ping in Starke Saturday.
i and Mrs. H. P. Galney. Mrs. In their church work, where they Miss Frankie Jean Rhames has Lewis many more happy birth- section and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hicks Wet
ai 1 day.Mrs.. J. P. Sullivan of Hampton H. Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. devoted much time to the Master's as her guests this week, her grand- days. Andrews of Starke and sister, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs 0.1 1!

l was visiting her son, A. I* Sullivan, Hazen attended church services at work. mother, Mrs. George Rhame, Sr., Birthday-Party Midge, were visiting,, relatives In Brown of Double Run Sunday.
Sunday. Rock Sunday.Mr. They are at home to their friendsat and Mrs. Mary Prevatt.. number of peopleof Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. Miss Jean Tyler i la vlHttinj'b,
Quite a
young
and Mrs. Roy Green, are the New River. Mrs. C.' E. Harper of Ocala vis- attendedthe A., E. Hutchenson of Vanderbilt friend, Mrs. Hardle Taylor, of m
this and other sections
Sullivan and daughter,
Mrs. Cora proud parents of a baby girl born Their many friends wish them ited Mrs. Payne and sister, Miss section was visiting Mr. and dleburg.
Hazel, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sullivan birthday party at the home of
Friday Jan. 6.
+ success and happiness Mildred Byerly, last Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Hersey Sunday. Miss Frelda Brown
of
n and son, E. J. Jr., of Waldo J. M. Mott and A.. L. McKinney Miss Nlta Kelly Jan. 7, it being Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Dunkley bf Dotifc
p Run was visiting her sister ,
\ ,
anniver Mi
her fourteenth birthday
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. were
transacting business in I Mrs. I
Locals Jacksonville were visiting W. A. Tyler, Sunday.
nt Zeigler Sunday. Starke. Saturday.H. Miss Louise Webb and Miss Mil RISING sary.the Many games people were and enjovoclby her Evelyn Crosby Sunday, also at- The Church of.God Is now iJnlng
o Funeral services were held here P. and L. R. Gainey were attending dred Morgan of Brooker spent the young tended church here. a revival
I meeting here
friends left wishing her menv more t
% last week at the Christian Church to business In Starke '
Mon week-end with Misses Willie May Miss Ruth Norman of Starke charge
of J
._.. Rev. Leslie Hicks.
,day. Mr H. M. H. Cor. happy birthdays. I
for Mrs. Will Brinson of South Mi and Okle Hinson. .r and Miss Ida Mae Norman and welcome la extended to all.
Com
., : ami. Services were conducted by :I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish 1 of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan attended Locals brother, Russell, of Vanderbilt were bring your friends. ]
at 94 Rev. S. H. Dodd. Hellbronn were guests of Mrs. preaching services at Theressa Birthday Dinner Eld. C. A. Crosby filled nls regu- visiting friends here Sunday after -
I w W. T Zeigler of Jacksonville was John Cone Sunday.Mr. Baptist Church last Sunday. I Many friends and relatives of lar appointment at Corinth Churchthe It Is claimed that one pall
; visiting his mother, Mr a. J. J. Zeig- and Mrs. Ed Polk of Trentonare Mrs. John Ross and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Invited I week-end. noon.Mrs.. H. M.. McRae and little rats would have 20,000,000 deer.
I b ler Tuesday afternoon. here visiting this friends and relatives Miss Carmon Ross, of Shamrock, I to their home Sunday in J. W. Buddlngton and M'tlse" daughter Odessa, were visiting dants within a period of thin
r" r i .1 Mr. ard Mrs. Paul Bennett and week. Texas,and Mrs. A. Presley of Tren honor of Mr..; Lewis' fifty-third Lime and Ann McRae werj trans friends in Starke Tuesday. years If they all lived.
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a '' Jesse daughter Adkina of ,Green Arthur Cove Chesaer Springs, Mel-, "KEEPING- WITH THE JONESES"The; Material Is There ---By POP MOMANEJMTV 'I

; a: a Tin Kite, Miss Ina Forsyth. Mrs. .
Viola Humphrey and children Mr ( > Wlu!!! .-"I"OU U SEEM TO THATS OKAY BERTHAYES'M aM IiI
ALL RkiHT.
SURe
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w'' Cellect and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L8NTV ()IIIPRII8SURC 'HAVB HAD PLENTYDO BY ME, BUT IeILL
OUST DO
YOUR WORKTMOROCK&HOr WE WILL! & :I AIM'THARD WANTED SAY ONE
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West Berry and Johnnie Adkina epeRI&ICEMA'AMMI: !
AND TOO A BIT To
PUT ON AL.OYSIU& "YOU WANT TO THINK I CAN THING BA3Y,
of Jacksonville were guests. of R. "IAMI ISBERTHA AND X WILL < ETWITHOUT ALONG GET ALONG
R 1.1ti.61N1S$ BSPORBCt.AtiiCe I START RI6t 1T.NOW? > MAKE ME.R INTO YOU'VE GOT
M. Hersey and family Sunday. COULD ANY TROUBLE, WITH A&OOD MAID PLENTY op
r
vi.; Mies Clara Swindell, daughter of CONVIMCB HIM MATERIALTbWORK
c. (y Mr and Mrs. S. R. Swindell of THAT SHB r eeD&DA F WITH '
i Theressa, and J. R. Adklns of Jack- MAID TOHB1F 1 l
? 4 onville were united in marriage WITH THLrHOUSaWORK. ,
Sunday evening, Jan. 8,at the Baptist .lli II III _
Church here by tho Rev. J. R. rO
k. Newton, pastor of the church. The AN APPLICANT r' t:

church was beautifully decorated. roll THtt. O03 ._ _._ -
'The bride wore a lovely dress of HAS OUST:: )
green crepe, and carried a bouquetof AARNao---
f of pink and white roses They left _.
I } Sunday evening for Jacksonville ;% I
: where they will make their future -
home. They have A host of relatives _
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I I u and friends that wish them MOKIWD.

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a r' I lI their Mr.future and Mrs.life. John Jordan and THE AMILY NEXT DOOR --- True Economy I

r / mall daughter of Putnam Hall .
tr'4' J owere visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. R. r- -- __ -_-_- -_- ,,_ 0_" ___ __- -. -__ _

rip Swindell Sunday evening.' r-'"t r u. D\)' THMS JUST ,fl4. R-' t .
Mr.., T. J. McIntyre of Jack on- $ S _. 0 R'COSg READ *H Mtt\CLt\ OM s.4 'If. Nib OtOt ...
M"ld i ., yUle was visiting friends here Saturday HOW ID MAKE n CHfPePLY VtlD I1 d Ail
h night and Sunday. BY USINO coos AND 1H9U OODf1 !
ry fei! Mrs. Ruth Denmark of Starke 1.1'j CNM THM MACH U AND tDt; PICKED eJP THE RE4T
s; was visiting her parents, Mr and 1 I, OUNO AROUND ANY
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f*" t o Rt Mr"- F Fender Saturday night z W'IITYHr

+ do and Sunday. .
N' ;,. A number of young people of the HOM7)t
community enjoyed a peanut pop- I -_
s'j h t ping'at the home of Mr. and Mrs /d1 w
y1wr \
WUmot,,'Brown Thursday evening.
r Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kinchen and 1
8011, James of Starke were visiting .
j ,t sr friends here Sunday. MRLL l TOUfHO tNOUGHIMC
Friends of Mrs. Edna Alford will ..... 1 TD tMKR COLLAR
6s. ;, e regret to learn that she la very 111 l '" J AND acts -ao
and. wish her a speedy recovery. .. .
( a .Charles Batten and Jerry Moore .h.
and dieter Miss Bertha Moore, of e
I. Starke attended services at the t ef ;.
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l / church r
Sunday evening.
')(1': and :Mrs.: Clyde Brown of

Hampton were visiting relatives
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. W, M. Smith Is spending a '

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SLUME ONE STAUKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1934 NUMBER NINETEEN

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EDITORIALS A PIONEER IN MY HOME TOWN &a'1OQL L>AT5: By DWIG "Darkness and Light"A I could could stay go here.back to Aa the for farm me, I todayto wish ;

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I the woodlands Nature-
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(By Martha Brownlee)
i
.. ( scene written for dramatization and to God's country. How can you f ,

The outstanding: pioneer citizenof -- in Eleventh Grade English.) get more pleasure from such a life t
....-;_. ftJ Ute 'MIS. 4
J home town was the late Col.
voted( to the Beet Internet of my ....- Darkness representing Edgar All aa thIs than the life of peace and :'
W. T. Weeks, born In 1838, and who K1tC1R ;
BRADFORD HIGH SCIIOOL x11711 vOeR stir t n Poe's viewpoint on life, and beauty, near to God and Nature? 4 4In
lived to serve his state and county l1GR '
yeas dents, Patrons and Alumnae. niaety-flve iSet1D Sfte'S AMt;+F huxtlON 1 Light representing William Cullen ( the meantime they have finished n'
years. wl + 'O'R' iddMT Mn'aSlu Bryan't interpretation of life. packing the suitcase and Allen '

William T.Weeks was reared on AH' wwtG.r In the drama Allen represents Is ready to go.) 4' P '}
STAFF "JWi.
Ip EDITORIAL a farm and educated in the county 'S Otf tom. t<<)It. NtI> I+OaPt) ltrlaO iW Poe, while William representsBryant Come, Allen, we must go. You r twill
schools of that time. In 1860 he s.e.s vSYI' t '
tty: Ho..ed______E< '-tn-Chi.t went to San Antonio, Texas, and 1F 'OJ tCGh' Nutt O r ''q efts e )1+a.sy miss your train unless we ji' l'

1uirq rothy Bapp-A.nt. Editor-In-Cblef subsequently when trouble arose ,. IEfT SbOtfIGERe b Mai k st "Darknefin and Light"Characters hurry
Rrp : Professor Conway, They pick the suitcase and
B. Johnz.---M.naglna Editor the Mexi- "I11t1 ?,sIiIe11. pctt K 'F ( up
between the Texan and '
H..rle.A..t. Manag. Editor LMGK" a To 6RP+0 head of Hamilton College; William go to the door. Allen looks back y, ,,

mter, Long---.-.Eschan.. Editor cans at Brownsville, he joined the ils S"QOO- e-e. e s SPOIt+e p'I utr at and Allen, two students at college, at the room In one sad, fleeting j yt
s the ., Twls fd.tl ,y S co..a.
rothy MftrwlckA. Ex. Editor Texas Rangers in defending ltlro iT, 'MIS t"OHM- H T Ss friends from childhood glance and they vanish through the } ,
rep SKleetq
I A s
state. He returned home in May, p1
ulsu Jack.on---Llterary Editor '9 Ik'mel! doorway.) ,
r1f
uls. Snyder, Aaat Literary Editor 1881, and was elected second lieu e BtA ti In Professor Conway'a office. Curtain falls",

ster SohnelU-___Sport Editor tenant In Company F, Fourth Florida Professor Conway Is sitting at his

.___Aeat. Sport. Editor Regiment, to serve In the War
did .lie Blgg- desk Enter Allen and William. Written by Jessie May Brannen,
Is AiJkln._.__.___.-Soclety Editor Between the States. He was cap Eleventh A.
Prof. Conway (speaking furiously English
cry Oodwln.________-Joke Editor tured at Cedar Keys, on January 1,
Allen- r
VV. Anderson Jr., Aut. Joke Editor 1862, and taken''' to Fort Taylor ) Almost thirty cent of the
Allen: Yes, air.Prof. per
dou iter Auetln.ReporterEntertainment prison, where he was kept for Conway: I suppose you population of the city of New YorkIs
about six months. Finally paroled
Ttha' BrownleeR8porter f know why I sent for you. composed of Jews. f,1kSPMCIAI
and'afterwards exchanged, he reenlisted -
primary and Elementary /
t Allen Yea, sir 1
: ., l1
as second lieutenant in 1, MANTKR'M: t Lie r
Prof. Conway ( turning to William Nonce III hereby given that under rr
BLACK-EYED SUSAN BROWN"' Company Q, Second Florida Cavalry r '1. ) : And you ? Do you know that pertain derroe of for.oloo llr" +; tend
u5r and served until the close of eels rendered by Hon. A. Z. Ail- '
why I sent for Allen and for you? kin., Judge of the Circuit Court ofIIradt..rd

J have heard that' the war. William: I know nothing of the County, Florida, In Chan. .
Most likely you He returned to his old home and very, In that certain cause. pending r
I great production Is In the making matter, sir In Maid Court, wherein C. L. !Stock-!
a of the farmed for a few years, also en Prof. C.: Well, you will soon well alt Cnn..rvKtor for Hank of t' ,
hd that a number High I 'r Stark, a Florida Banking Corporation .
M In mercantile and mining Both of
gaged find out, I assure you.
hoot teachers and students are In complainant, and J. I* Hhrl-
hoHBomlng forth In a musical business. Colonel Weeks was one you sit down. (William and Allen ver et HI are defendant, the under..signed d
I of the first Senators elected to serve are seated.) Allen, I have been Hneclal! : Master will cell to thehighest
Wedy, "Black-Eyed Susan bidder for cash In front of
t'' This play Is being sponged In the State Senate following the i Informed, and I think the information the Mouth door of the County Court
rown. War Between the States and served la correct, that you have been House at Btarke. Bradford County.Pnlrltlu .
by the Athletic Association, : during the legal bourn oC
much in need of; four years. He was later electedto wasting your money, your character ale on Monday, February. 5th, A.. D. ,'
nd 1 they are very fora 1134, the following; described prep ?ii''
the House of Representatives and your health in a most ungentlemanly -
oney. Let's all help them by at- erty. to-wlt a ,
l their play. Friday night. term of two years. He served manner. You are Lots 6. e. 't, *, and 9 of Block 18, l t'ryp
>nillng Bradford County as tvx'assessor in K deeply in debt; you have wasted all In Ward City (which I III now
f m sure that you will spend a mossnjoyable known Hrooker. Florida), In Section t
evening, and you will not 1877-78, and was elected a delegate r your money and are ruining not 8, Townehip'I, Smith, Range SOISantt I
to the Constitutional Convention in only your health, but your character also, .commencing at Southeast d +
r
gret having aided such a worthy corner of SGJM of 8W& of Bald Suction I
1885. later he was 'elected clerk well by frequenting every
as I, and run Went 183 yard< .
ause. of the circuit court for Bradford W known saloon and gambling; house thence run North HO yard. to South.

County, which position he held In this neighborhood. I regret I boundary: along of said said I boundary Ward City IDS, thenceFeet yard. f5 ''a"

.i1.8. FACULTY'S WHO'S WHO thirtytwoyears.. Holding this office knowing that such a fine young thence South 80 yard to beginning '

for so many years speaks volumes e11_ /ton CH tfe woo**' man as you could be and as I except the at Went Houthweat 75 feet corner also of, commencing HE'4- f'il.,

No. 1 as to the high esteem in t thought you were, would disgrace of BW-i of said Section: 8 and run .

He's a tall, stately chap. which he was hold by 'his fellow himself, his friends, and his school Hat f2u to yard South, thence boundarynt run North said 80 .
yard
His command carries snap, citizens. In such a manner Ward City, thence. West on said (
he's courteous, he's humorousand Weeks Mason and A GOOD DRAMASCHEDULED boundary 110 yard, thence South 80arda ,
nd Colonel 'was a Bright SayingsMr. PUPILS RETURNTO (While Allen sits with eyes on to beginning, except the Kant ,
true; served' the Bradford'County Lodgeas the floor, he turns to William who 100 feetj all In Section' 8, Townihlp 1 1

He's got a head there its treasurer for twentyfiveyears HERE SCHOOL STAGE Is looking very miserable). Mouth Range 10 East In Bradford

That rd like to bear; ; be was an active memberof FRIDAY EVENING Larson: "Thankful? What William what have you to say County, FloridaFLOYD GRBIDN, ,ii, I
You know him as wen as the Church -of Starke AFTER ABSENCELocal Special Matter,
ho? Baptist have I to be thankful for? I can'tpay ( for your friend? I think you regard KNIGHT A KNIOHT, Stark, Fla. a '
I do. and contributed :liberally to Its my bills"Mr. him such. Solicitor for Complainant.
as
No. S support; he was'a charter member Black-Eyed Susan," Featuring { Gray: "Then, man alive, be Talent Supplant Ministerial William: Sir. I only have this to 1-UICtl. ,

of the J... Dlckerson Camp, United Students And Faculty To thankful you aren't: one of the Is true, NOTICIO or ADOPTIONMm ;
Furnished Since if what
Service Even say
He's a low chunky guy Confederate Veterans of which organization Be Shown say. you the Circuit: ('..urt of .... Tw..trHlmtb .
creditors. I
With a sharp, beady eye New.Year please give Allen another chance.I Judicial rtrraM of FlorHn. *y
he was commander at I .
not conducted la unit for Bradford C'oenty.THM
he has
d I a fIgure for which we boys the time of his death. The W. T. "Black-Eyed Susan," romance William W.: "What is a debtor, ( am sure tiTATM OK' K1.0K1UAI
Students of B. H. S. are having himself Intentionally Anyoneso the
so, Notice I.[ hereby given that, on
la be
long; in three acts, to
Weeks Chapter, 'United Daughters comedy-drama ?" has been nf February, A. D. 11134, at
said pa another chance at acting in the troubled as poor Allen 84th day
whaVa ,
But no matter of the Confederacy, of Brad- shown in the local high school audi Mr. W. "A man who owes 5:00: o'clock P. M., or .* Boon thereafter
That kid knows! hla ed 'ford Is named for him in torium on this (Friday) evening,, :regular assembly program on Fri of late, and having so many griefs a* can be heard, the underMlNpned T,
can't County, money. I days.. At the start of the year, and sorrows, I do not feel that he Intend to aiiply to Honorable'A.
plame him; you go wrong. recognition of his distinguishedwar This production, under the able direction I' William W.; "And what is a Prof. Gray announced big intentionof Is responsible for hIs con- Z. Adkln, Judge of the Circuit
entirely Judicial Y +
of Miss Frances Jeanette oi: i Court of the Twenty-nlxth tn.. t
No..3 'record and "hia constructive creditor?" ., I Bupplanting" the employment of duct. ( Looking at Prof. Conway ('Ircult of-Florida, In and for lI..adto..d ,:

A tall one she be- citizenship in time of peace. the Wayne P. Sewell Producing Co.',, Mr. W,1! "The !man who think'he's school talent on our programs witha very beseechingly) Please, sir, County wherever, at hilt office he may In then Btarke btt,, ;p' Y
services for this beloved Atlanta, Ga., Is composed almost I'lnHda, or
.
Something 'bout like a tree Funeral going to get It. I short Harmon by ministers of the can't you give him just one more for an order authorizing the under.Igned
With a heart just as big as she'stall pioneer citizen were held April 20,, entirely of members of the faculty various churches of Starke. Be- chance? / to adopt France Alderman, *
1933, from the Flrtt Baptist and student body of Bradford High, Her Father: "And upon what moment'salienee minor. a '
has
; cause the speaker: repeatedly Prof. Ccnway (after a INA WIIITB1,
She wears gold-rimmed lamps, Church of Starke, three ministers This drama was recently shown in income do you propose to supportmy failed to appear, Mr. Gray has been ) : I an: afro Id not. I do UIU.!: c* wmm ..t t
the Fox Theatre In Atlanta, before l18IGtla13O"iR
And of all the vamps.ow taking; part In the'Impressive servo daughter forced to return to the student not think it best for the other students

the name. Pshaw, no trouble ice. The interment was in chargeof a packed house of enthusiastic pa Sullivan: "Five thousand a year." method of program material. Last that I should do so. Of

at aIL the Bradford County Masonic trons. Her Father: "Oh,- I see.. Then Friday.marked the advent of this course, I understand your attitude, WORks +

Lodge. As a tribute to Colonel 'The plot of the drama Is woven with her private income of five regular type In the new year, to I have been informed that you have NERVESIUIoU x m\\
.4. Weeks' Interest in military activities around five old maids' desperate "
No. thousand a-- the satisfaction of all Mr. How been friends from childhood,

A tall one alao. the National Guard, local unit,, attempts to hang their men and: Sullivan: "I've counted that In." ard's Eleventh Grade had charge of though I hardly see how it couldbe

This next in the row fired a'' salute and sounded taps the love affair of the leading lady the program. possible when you two are so 1.L

Vlth a rare smile aa warm as the over the grave at the conclusion of and her opposite. It Is featured Husband: "We've had this car "The Little very different: he, a lover of

sun; the ceremonies. Colonel Weeks' six throughout with fresh comedy,, for years and never had a wreck.. I Church First, In was the'song Wildwood, led by crowds and the hustle and bustleof

She's an able, neat lass, grandsons acted as pallbearers.The with a generous touch of romance Wife: "You mean we've had this the cities, and often so melancholy -
Wall.
And is her coiffeur class! -subject of this sketch had ''I for the more conservative patrons, wreck for years and never bad a Mrs.Elizabeth Hollingsworth then while you are a lover of solitude
know this ideals and vision in the line of Such local personalities as Mary f
rd 1 say! Now come you car. a piano solo, "This Time It's of Nature, and inclined to see
his and commu- Pearce, A. K Wall, Mrs. Wainwright gave
one., service to family of Nature. I
beauty In all phases
A colored. got his nerve together Love. .
nity. For may years he lent moneyto Annie Mae Pearce, Rosa
Allen on having
No..6 who were in need and lind Jacobs, Martha Brownlee,, and took a flight In an air Bunnle Canova, student of Spoken can only compliment ddbLIP

This chap's studied law. took persons a mortgage on property or Coach Larson, Sullivan Carter,, plane. As he climbed out after the English, recited a monologue,, such a friends It Is also as you much have to

Hangs out his lantern jaw, goods, but if the loans were not Robert Chapman, Mr Howard and ride he turned''tothe pilot and 'Marie's First Football Game'which proved to be. that I find It

And he drives a Chivvy four sedan; repaid he never foreclosed a mort- Charles Pender compose the varied said: "Suh, Ah'has to thank you was a manuscript of her own my regret and sorrow
Allen but I
rather to dismiss :
It, depicted a necessary
But from what's said.He'll husband and fo both dem rider""What production.
gage. He was a true cast.There eccentric lady excitedly ask. must do so. Allen. I hope you understand -
shove you ahead father and left to his children the will be choruses of pretty are you talking about? young
under
Into the next grade-who's the heritage of a good name, for he girls to sing a host of pretty songs. asked the aviator. "You had only Ing this and that of her escort at the circumstances that it is, my to dismiss duty, you.
her football
man? "dealt justly, loved mercy, and The final scene will be featured by one ride.. first game take this
After this came a sweet vocal You may go now. Please
I wakled with his God. a spectacular aerial effect, an un- "No sub, returned the passenger I
humbly
No. 6 solo, "Thanks," by Frances Hemingway advice from me and change your
had two fust
"Ah done
At the Memorial! Day service a usual arrangement heretofore unseen -man TO yeaar rain ID welrkevery -'
It Is too late.
She's the lovey-dovey kind I after Colonel Weeks' in this town, and probably and man last." soprano. ways before non aft. high t mdo., '
(Let's hope she won't mind) I short time the state. Mrs. Wail then led another song (William and Allen leave the Ne wonder JMI *na at tile wife r r';

And her eyes shoot flames out In I funeral, the following tribute was The announced prices are twen "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia. room; Allen i la still looking at the mad bark at the enOdNB.' .
streakes paid him by one of the Daughters BRADFORD GIRLS Lester Bchnell another memberof floor.) Watch oat I Onrwdked
; I cents. The faculty
and
Now, her name's up to you, j of, the Confederacy: "It Is, with ty-five, student forty body, and alumnae DEFEAT 'SPRINGS the Spoken English class, deliv- Curtain falls. bens may lead to IDMD.v Ire. )la'
more than usually saddened hearts Scene II -- Nervous ;Headaghey. Ksi..'. ,
"Nel
So listen here's : ered a humorous monologue,
: your cue of all of Brad-
Invite the patrons
for this Memorial .MladUraatloaoapUasant...a'-tei 6 Vin '
This lady's got a. way with the I Ishleks. that service we.meet* today.here For, Instead oft ford County and adjoining townsto ,AT ,STARKE, 8-5 lie Hay." Thin monologue, a product In the room which In Allen the dor and ... a Udon't
dealt' with William share together
I of his composition, '
from '
thIs production, Dr. MltsafJost
patronize
soldierly form in gray, listening the of married life, or mitory. Allen Is packing, getting 11Dy yon try ,"d 1
problems
,
which the local athletic fund will --..:psavsajt NerriaM Tabletsi
No. 7 with keenest interest to all we have benefit Stump And Frlnk Star-To Play rather a narrative of Lester's ready to return to his farm home, on* to a I

Now here's one of the girls to say-we can only look away to I Baldwin Here Next Wednesday courting days, when and before he and William Is assisting him. ratew makM a .ballsn.robf

With black, natural curia, the silence of a new-made grave. married Nellie hay Allen: How I hate to go back Bbt. drink delightfully aootbher

And a steady, brisk Instructor But so warm was his love for lis, Reminescence Mr. Gray then concluded the program to that lonely old farm! No friends to .,rer. .taxed MITSM.jtmbUrt. .

she be; so warm was his Interest 4n us, we The girls' basketball team, under by making the announce- to talk to and keep me company- Dr. fa... fN'meUtpdd affil $

If you're in her class, feel that his spirit hovers near- Let us see what the Class of Coach Larson, played Green Cove ments. just old trees, and birds, and flowers .... two 11 ,

Don't we can almost see his quiet, gentle 1919 is for the second time Friday. Rervre.ml Botk kaw
worry-you'll pass doing and such dull,, lifeless things. ....-. ,, ,
It you work. Now tell mewhoIs smile( of pleasure." Kathleen Alvarez-Married to The first time, In Green Cove, NewsWe No company, no fun, no-(ends the tin. MUB slit at seething drag Um

she?' One of the members of the Mr. D. A. Monteith, 'who is connected I they 'won, 9-8, but when Green Elementary sentence with a despairing gestureand year:

United Daughters of the Confed- with the Pan-Am Gasoline Cove' team came here we a groan). ; :

No. 8 eracy made the following statement Company. They have three very won, 8-2. have a 'new picture In our William:: Well, I hate to see lr '

The next is plain fat- : "In 1915 we organized our attractive children.: Let us mention that as referee, room, "Flower Girl In Holland.- you go, Allen, but I can not help !

Your yourself know that! chapter 'and because of our love Florence Matthews-Married toDr. Sumpter Harley was quite thething. Harry Kellum has returned from the situation you have gotten yourself ( 3p

And she puts on a' scowl that and esteem for him we'called it H. B. McLendon She Is very ." He surely bad the "school Gainesville and Is In our class Into. If this U the sort of life ,{

I means biz "The W. T. Weeks Chapter." We ictlve In the various organizations spirit" gain. PI you like and enjoy, I wish you i .

. And among other things, are proud of the one for whom it of the town For a number of years The team so far has played two I The girls In 'our class have started ,- ,

. That lady's voice rings! was named always< quiet, always the taught In this high school games'away from home and two learning to sew. We have a

Now come on and state who she is. gentle; always approving. He Emma Powell-Married Robert'anner here. However, there are to be sewing class every Wednesday aft- Wake Liver 'Bile

No. 9 loved the chapter and from time to of Baldwin. quit a few games in the near fu moon Up Your

time b'.s gifts have been most apxreciated. Anna Canova -Popular radio entertainer ture. Edward Brock baa moved away.

. Expression is the key Even in death he uid over station WJZ, New Baldwin ia to play Starke'here We are sorry to lose him.

Has With a our like next Joe one, for "Noth-she not forget us, for he left us a fork. his coming WedAe da.7. If you Retha Geiger has stopped coming -without CalomelAnd

grin Brown most generous) gift. But a gift of Cleo Mitchell-Teaches school inZalahan can to as a food gates. be on time, to schooL

lag but! money was not all he left us-he ; Florida. U&di OIl IIaD4. Mrs.' Hart gave'' us "Amos andlady" --
But this Is no sign ;;..,. I not !bowleg freely, yea
bile *
A of a Harold Wall-Prominent insurance cut-outs last week. Out of Bed
For her looks are Just tine- left us a memory. memory You'll" Jump food .......'. dI_.. It juf decay la the 1 ,l
No trouble to her-tut tut. straight and soldierly body-even agent. He Is now chairmanf INTERESTING DISPLAYThe Frances Strickland was absent In the Morning' Karin' to Go bowel. da bleat op you.--. Yea
name though he had reached the advanced the local CWA projects committee Industrial Geography'' class moet of last week. .... ...*.. bad Uete .... you bieatfcI

No. 10 age of ninety-five years. He ; and was once mayor of Starke. tam an interesting display of maps Last Thursday was Joe Allen If yon feel sour and sunk and I I.... skis .,... braakn etrt hi blew.Ukee. .
)dews
aad fee >
Yew bead ache
I Our last lady's mall- bas been our Inspiration. A memory Garey Ennls-Married. He holds, and scrap-books on the ,wall and Lander's birthday. He was nine the world looks punk) don't swallow and ..... Yow,1ooIe ftm yen I* pol........ ce,

Nice, slim not tail, of patience, of quietness and a responsible position as bookkeeper table In the hall. .'The maps are of rears old. a lot of salts, mineral water It take theee coed, old CARTER' }

And as shapely as will meet the peace-of service. Such a long life, at the municipal light plant South America and illustrate the We are learning how to "write oil! laxative) candy or make chewing UTTLal LIVKK: PILLS to get u"..two '
and expect them to you .....
gum podnde op bile flowlag freily make
and natural of etters.Shirler.
it has Florida. deposits
that at Miami. products
full of usefulness
eye; 10 suddenly sweet and buoyant and you feel "u. and "p.- They .. &. "oaderful.
Now that's '11 you Deed left behind.no room for regrets. Horace Wilson-Lawyer, practlcng that country. Tha tcrap-books .. .. brought a little stand-up full of sunshine. ........, ..u. ventabl. *- o

If that Info you'll heed somewhere here in Florida. show the industries, products, and circus to put on our table last Pow they can't do it. They. only ....... *...... ...... tt eoaw to making 4j h
To various other Item about this veek.' the bile flow f ..ly. ;'
Information
identify this 1 male-goodbye! Source Of move the bowels and a mere movement t''
1. Bradford County Telegraph, The first President's widow to louthero country. Besides! describing Mrs., Hart's Room.A decent get at the cause. The S Carter But*....Little.. aak Liver for Her PtUa.pUI Leek*. -'oil tee the foe '

The nighthawk makes the long- kpril 21, 1933. (raw a pension from the United : a country there, projects xllbit reason for your down-and-out mane Carter Little Live rill (
eat all-over land flight! of all birds; 2.Florida Times-Union, April States was Mrs. Polk... The) act of the talent ''of the class In good corn husker can husk asilgh feeling is) your liver. It should *. tile red Ie.... Hantnbetltnt .

It migrates from the Token country 21, 133.: arch 31. 1882, provided for a pen- [hawing and ability to'I produce)J Jluch as 100 bushels of corn Jn one poor bll* into out year two bowels pounds daily.of liquid C.*.M.114 t o.at drag itona.OIH1 .- _,' I .a}i

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II Circles -dub 0. E. S. To Meet Monday CARD OF THANKS OCALA ATTORNEY
W.: M. S. Music 'Study I

Will Meet\ Monday Hold Interesting! 'Meeting The!, regular meeting: of the,' We wish to-take,thia method to TO OPPOSE GREEN!
Ii Starke Chapter Order of Eastern -
f Societni The circles of the Woman's Mlsionary" ,. The' Fortnightly Music Study Star, .will be hold.at" the Masonic express our thanks and appreciation (Continued from

Society"JJof the :Methodist Club,held.Its meeting last,Friday Hall Monday evening ,ftt 7:30: to our many friends who were Page 1))
Church, will meet Monday after evening-Jan.< 26, -at ,.the home..of with the qeneral Land Office iJ
to .
l; o'clock. All, pfficer ar urged so kind and attentive to us duringthe
noon at'3:00: ()o'clock.Circle No.,1, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez,; with Miss meeting parrpienpt the Irtt rior'
i with Mix T. J; Griffin a* leader, babel Fernandez In charge of'the be'present. a.practice sudden death of our loved a.one. there lie,cof pleed his. legal trav ry0

Mrs. Todd Entertains who has passed the "three score will meet at the home of Mrs. 1..1 program. Mio&/ Fernandez had FAVORITE RECIPES The floral offerings were also very ing at George Washington Unw;

'I I I year and ten" milestone D. Vining with.Mrs.. Vining, Mrs. most capably'afranged a program much appreciated. These acts of city night school. in 1925 he'eo
fl Honoring Mrs. EdwardsThe "Assisting Mrs Todd In caring for W. H. StrutU and Mlas Kate Struth I consisting ,Of:the Life and Works AFFINITY PIE kindness will ever be rememberedby signed from, government eertwand \

following article taken fromSunday's her guosta were Mrs. J. Cobb. Mrs. as. hostesses.,, Circle No. 2 will of MacDowell.,* One 'interesting iK ('up' sugar: :2 ta.b1e"pClontule us. made his home in Ocala,why
4 : Times-Union will'be Of S. Morrell. Mrs. W. Strotham. Miss meet at the home of Mrs. A. W.i phase was,..thevinterpretation she flour 2. tublenpoonfuln oorn starch Mrs. Mattie Crews and Family. he has since;practlced his profi!
who is circle leader,wit : and vocal H teaspoonful salt, t Hf yolk .
JI Anderson gave of each piano num- 1 sion. Senator Pat
araldad milk, Crated Harrison
interest to Starke friends' Virginia Cobb, Miss Norma Stroth- (b salon) 2 cup *
man and Sam Cobb. Mrs. Anderson and :Mrs.,J.., F. Col" be;-before.tt*Wjts rendered and In rind of y4 "Mrs. Mary E. Todd entertained ley as hostesses. this way: ;,the members could ..thoroughly starch and the Florida bar. '*4
Mix sugar, flour corn
I "Enjoying the affair with the hostess ,.appreciate the true feelingMacDowelj. Mr. Sturgis has held
''Thursday night In her home on St salt together thoroughly. Add egg MIAMI-Displaying' tongue no pubu
Johns Avenue honoring Mts. Mary and honor guest were Judge Woman's! Club! J30ard j }.!put Into each composition yolks and milk. Cook and stir over 'and calling for the white iron rod, office, but is widely known and Ie
v j'i
h;? Edwards, the affair being heldJD and Mrs. A. 'Z. Adkina of Starke, low heat or in double boiler until Mohamld Hassein demanded in lively identified with many chit
I memory of days long pasts .Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James' Atkins of Meets Wednesday. ; Below Is a copy of the program Miss very thick and smooth. Add lemon peace justice court he be allowedto I public- and fraternal enterprlsea
BO interestingly planned by .
: Edwards has five sons-in-law and The executive board of the Worn. rind. Remove from fire and chill. prove his veracity by ordeal. _
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs John Fernandez ,
: STATE
five daughters, tour sons and four an's Club of Starke will meet at Cover bottom of pastry with the But Peace Justine\ Thomas S. Fer- I OYSTER BED
Love Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs. Jack "Ufa of MacDowen"-Mrs. L. G.
daughters-in-law and twenty-two the club house Wednesday mornIng sliced bananas and pour in the guson elected to believe three witnesses -

'4' grandchildren, her Immediate family Mr.Briggs. and; Mr Mrs.and Laurie Mrs.Edwards Ed Edwards, Mr., Feb. ,7, at 10:00: o'clock. All Powell."ApprecIation of'' MacDowell" cream filling.' Cover top with. lemon against Hasseln and held TALLAHASSEE Conservation
it; r totaling i,thirty-two in number. members of'this board are askedto Slnclalr-Mrs. meringue. him in a peace bond of $300. Has- Commissioner George W. Davis bat
R S..Fer
and Mrs. Leroy Roane, Mr. and (Upton )
be claimed the hot iron would announced he is seeking
present.U. seln
"The rooms were decorated attractively Mrs. George Harman, Dr. and Mrs.T. nandez.
stiff. Add 4 not the be or more in CWA funds, to
Beat 2 egg whites injure tongue as spoke establUi
,
and on display-were a Z. Cason, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Piano numbers:
r. number of handsome quilts 'and Barbour, Mrs. Sue Wiggins and D. C. Meet WednesdayThe "An Old Tryatlng Place," from tablespoonfuls of sugar and % tea- the truth when he said he did not a state-owned oyster developmem
spoonful of lemon juice. Place pie threaten his accuser, All Joudy along the Florida coast between St
other handiwork of the ;hostess: Miss Spillers'l Woodland Sketches, Opus Cl-by
I IL' W. T Weeks Chapter, U. D. Mrs. E. L Biggs. in slow ove and bake until meringue Kal Ab. Marks and Pensacola Bay.

C., will meet Wednesday afternoon, "To a Water Lily," from Woodland la golden brown. 1
l j February 7, at 3:30, at the home Sketches, Opus 51;; "Indian MISS IRIS BROWN

Lov'meFace of Mrs. George W. Roberts In Law- Suite," Opus 48, and "Moonshine"by : Brooker, Florida. PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOUR
tey. Hostesses: Mrs. Roberts, .
Mrs. H. V.i,Knight.
Mrs. W. E. Torode anti Mrs.,Annie' Vocal ,..numbers; ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING
Dinkins. Sing In the I cupful breadcrumbs, 1 cupful
"The Robin Appto
flour, 1 cupful brown sugar 1,(4 cup.
; L-1 Powder free,"' Opus 47;""The Sea," Opus ful butter, 1 teR"poontulllalt."2 teaspoonfuls -
r 47 and "The* :Swan Bent Low," baking powder, 1 tea
;
: spoonful mixed spices, 3 eggs, 1 cup
t. t.Zvi t. RITZ THEATRE Opus 66-by John, H..Powell. ful milk Vt cupful seeded raisins. Mi' 6-Lb.Bag 12-Lb.Bag 24Lb.Bag
Use It "To a Wild Rose," from Woodland cupful chopped candled citron ,
1 cupful currants. "% cupful chopped IflA I4ID
Zvi STARKE FLORIDA .Sketches/I Opus 51. and "Thy (reserved ginger, 14 cupful,brandy, '
With Confidence g. Beaming Eyes.'t Opus 40-aung by iii cupful EngrliBh walnuts 30c 57c $1.10
'
Mrs. A,Z. Adkina..' breadcriumba gildbutter '
Mix: flour and WHERE ECONOMY RULES.
ism PROGRAMBEGINNING ; The next'meeting will be held sugar, salt, baking powder,

1 J.,: FEBRUARY 2 on.Fri s.y..ventDg". Feb. 9, at 7:30: apices, nuts, fruit, milk,,eggs (well
For you know'y o'clock, at the, home' of Mr and beaten), and brandy. Pour into FINEST SHORTENINGCOMPO'UND
,1 z I'' FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2'Olsen'a Mrs. H. V. Knight Mrs. D. E.
Lov'mec greased mold cover with greased
V' Jook your best. Knight will haye'charge of the
Big Moment'El paper and steam steadily for four
> and ,has .chosen ,as her
program hours. Turn out and serve with
'
; incomparably finer,;}| clinging Brendel subject, Chopin.' liquid or hard sauce. The.brandy

f powder which lasts fall.day ,and SATURDAY'Police W. M.,8.., MeetsMonday. may be omitted. Ctn.
ab j:. ., MRS. S. S. PAUL. -Lb. 4-Lb.Ctn. 8-Lb.Ctn.

..gives a petal-smooth- perfection to Car No.., 17' Circle No.'1 of the Baptist Wornan's ., Route 1, Box 70( n

Tim McCoy slonary'SORlety.will be entertained ,Miami Florida. 7cat" 26c SIc
,
,I any type of'skin. byt j ,SUNDAY' ro', MONDAY Mrs H. H. Carroll and Mrs. R. A. ,CARROT CHUTNEY
Iti lj 'Miss: Fane's at the- home of Mrs..Wlg. 8 apples, 4 dlum-alae carrots, 1
BabyIs Thomas '
fJ St \ lemon, t cupfuls of augaf or honey IONA Tender BABY LIMA' ,
}} inded to enhance gins ,Monday afternoon "at- 3:00: ( 8 teaspoonfuls of clove'li.onion, f
Ala'E !' Stolen'Baby o'clock.d* :* s-. teaspoonful. of ginger, cupfuls of
.4 75 C4:'natural aIda tones- ylneg-ar %,cupful,, of wa .r\ BEANS 4 16-oL Cans 25c
Flesh .White Rachel LeRoy Dorothea( Wleck Circle No. .wln, meet with Mrs,
-
4 'l -: Alice Brady $ W..B.':Mundy lit'bier home at the. Put carrots, apples and lemon
same hour. .. through the food chopper. Add WHITE HOUSE BRAND, EVAPORATED
t
.TUESDAY' WEDNESDAY' Circle ;No. :?will be,entertainedby other ingredients and cook all together MILK
fr1 '{ tro 'Blood Money'George Mrs. A.'M.1 Darby, president ofthe over low heat until'thick' 3 Tall Cans 17cGrandmother'

$ LbA Bancroft,Blossom Seeley society, at. her home at 3:00: about one and a half hours. Seal ,
o'clock. '" '* in sterilized Jars., .;Fresh, Plain or Sliced' LOAF' LOAF

If .,' MRS. D. C. KINLAW
Next Bargain
( rt, ,1 1Pov'me: Powder THURSDAY, FEBRUARY NightIS 8 Red Cross Tai[ Meet .Starke, Florida. BREAD 7c lOc

Featuring ,A meeting, has been called for J. O. CREWS DIES SUDDENLY (IONA Red Ripe, Full Pack
today (Friday), at 3:00: p.m. at the
''f' d;l It, your dealer cannot supply 'Design For Living' Voman's Club'' building by the farmer Joseph and O. a Crews former; 63,member prominent of TOMATOES 3 No. Cans 25c |

1't' ,,you tend u$ bit nameI SPECIAL MATINEE Starke Chapter, American Red Commission
the Board of County
4 Cross. At this time the election of: I-Lb.Can a-Lb.Can
Tuesday February 0, S::30 P. M. ers of Bradford County, and brother '
officers for will take
No Matinee Wednesday, Feb. 7 the 'new year of State's Attorney A. S, Crews, .. SNOWDRIFT 25c:, 35cPt.
S'u
'PARFUMERIB MELBA 380 Fifth Avenue New York I place. ,I'
died at his home early Thursday
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morning after a. short illness of WESSON
OIL
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only a few hours as the result of a ,
M YwYI r cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Crews at NUTLEY 'OLEO Per Pound lOc

.c1'ww..r r w r W$ Lfl r E nS Y..ur.r 5:00: o'clock Wednesday afternoonhad IONA BRAND ,
supposedly to his straw-
gone
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iw
f ,. Y "e r w..
YY I woods CORN No.
rw tr.rr..r. berry,patch to investigate a 2 Can lOc
f a I PY-I//Wf.. and as he did not return -
l e Ka..w yr.RwYr Y r.Yr W.r.e fire nearby NU PAKDRIED
\ In a reasonable time the famIly I.Lb.
CeJophane
,.. PEACHES
\ rrY 15c
rwwwwr.r.. ,t"i r.r.-Y
Yew became alarmed and called In Paekage
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1l'r W..w"'rwrr wrrr.. Y.. s t -? II 0.'o.. :. wwr neighbors to aid in the search for FANCY 70-80-120 ,

J : ."";: ': t I r.:-r: r.Yi+r++.rr.rw rr-.w... him. Late that evening' after a PRUNES, 2 Pounds 15cSUNNI'FlELD
5 ye.r.wY.. three hours search his unconsciousform
was found within 200 feet of
M.rY VIEWS oM t the residence:: Medical aid was OATMEAL, l% -Ib. pkg. 7c
1' ,,k wrYr.rrrYY CB- ', I .w
S: given Immediately but' without IONA BRAND
p LEGION Wit SEEK Y I
k I JOBS Ton WAR VETS e a avail.Funeral services were held at COCOA, 1lb. Can 12c

.MYrr-r.,rYYaw ar,rI Connor cemetery Friday ,morningat PALMOLIVE SOAP Cake 5c
10:30: o'clock In charge of Rev.L. ,
m G. Hemingway.' Interment was A&:P BRAND

-i- made in the family plot under the CLEANSER, Can 5c
I direction of the.. peWltt C. Jones

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"'- :' I Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mat. SOAP Bars lOc

.,' and one brother:Col. A. S. Crews,
{ t I ITRflS1Ttf.O SULTANA Delicious, Plain
all of Starke; four sisters Mrs.
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Ip, DAY, FEBRUARY 2. 19S4 BHADFORO COUNTY Tg.HJEC.RAPH.. KTAKKE gLOEIDA PAGE FIVB

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Mrs. W. P. Randall and children ,; : ,,2s :': \1

, .I of Jacksonville were visiting her NAT SEZ: [iJ :
7ISOT parents, Mr and Mrs. X+ M. Alvarez .. t I"B I"\:\
' during week-end.. "
ENG .. Well folk" it looks like"We're
: I' I goIng Te T : 4J

I I Mr. and"=Mrs. Johnny Baisden mer.to have r seo.as'by",very the Interesting papers. that sum.the, .Ip Op. Grocery j 1 :

VI* and son, Ralph, of Lake City peat new bathing {
rily l'N Sunday in Starke with :Mr.' Bals stilts are goingto 1 I
den's father, W. W. Baisden.Mr '
Jveb be so lew r: ass :
STARKE FLORIDA
that even the* ... ...._ ,
Concerning Our People Business and and Mrs. J., I, Stanford ,of models who dis- .

Ihpc of'*, Progret of the County and Town. I with Gainesville their aon-in-law spent Sunday and daughter in Starke, Paris played blushed them as la Friday and Saturday February ,2nd' 'and '3rd 1934 ;! .'

am" Mr. and Mrs J. Hamilton Rltch.,Jr. they paraded. _____ ,,, ,.
'" before custo ___ I 1
of Mrs. Annie Richard has been mers. And from ____ Whole GrainRICE Best Best White l.f: } :
ublitJ j E. J- Roberts Lawtey was a Street Dandy of Alachua was spending several days in Jackson- what I have "
J ac e, lisitor here Monday visiting friends In Starke during ville with her son-in-law and been led to' be- MEAL BACONPound ; ::1.r"
the week-end.'
syle, daughter Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Nor leve-if you can ''f "

Cot and Mrs.Jacksonville.D.K. Knight spentilonday Charles Imbach and R. L. Bonner man. make a Paris 5 Pounds _.__21c 10 Pounds __ _20c ---'I 8/2c ; < ':
In model blush, well, you have accomplished "I I,
I
,
were visitors to Green Cove 1 ; ;'
1 Col. and Mrs.. J. E. Futch Mrs. .something., ; 'i'\1\;' )-
Randolph Boree of Jacksonville. Springs Monday. H. L. Brownlee and daughters, ...... Garden PORK andBEANS White e RibbonLARD I ,'!! r i

IOoe" Iras a visitor here Friday.C. Mrs. C. H.. Nasworthy and Mrs Mary and Madge, spent SaturdayIn What's worrying me is how we're .lit "
business Jacksonville with Rev. and Mrs. going to Indthe bathing suits whena PEASNo. ; r' I
H. Nasworthy was a A. S. Crews were visitors to,Waldo ; ,
,
1),wo lisitor to Jacksonville Monday.V. Thursday morning. M. C. Stith. customer calls for one. I suppose ..
blispfleet we'll have to tie a piece of red lib- Can lOcY114IILM. 4 Cans __A7c 3 Pounds .23 c l' !; ti!JI .
County Commissioner O. W. An- bon each one so it can be seen
It. Reddish of Lawtey was a Sheriff and Mrs. W J. Epperson on
ng here draws of New River was a business spent Tuesday afternoon in Gaines without causing too much eye '
luslness visitor Wednesday.W. SNOWDRIFT 12 I.b.: 24 Lb. II.
visitor here Monday.Mr. villa and while there Mrs. Epper strain. : t1

M. Wimberly was a business /Son: attended a committee meetingof I '1
llsltor to Jacksonville Thursday.Col. and Mrs. T. E. Bernard and the O. E. S. However, with all this cold FLOUR 49c 89c II b l
Pate Gassett were business visitorsto weather, talking about bathingsuits 1

Joe Hill Williams of Lake Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. H. A. Durden and little is crossing a lot of bridges ..
t
butler was a visitor here'Friday. daughter Betty Jo, of Madison before you come to them. The most No. 2 CansTOMATOES Northfield
Mr., and Mrs D. p Carpenter have been spending several days ,,important' ., thing! right now Is-
) S. J. Norman of Raiford'was' have'recently moved to the T. 'J here with Mrs. Durden's parents, SVAGGER"SUITSSpecial{ MILK
mong the visitors )here Saturday. Alderman home on Ninth Street. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Rltch. Prlc _

3 Cans _25c 3 Tall Cans .'_ ,17c
Hartwell A. Dew of Jacksonville Miss Mildred Morgan and Miss Mrs. B. M. Montgomery and $7.95 :w MIeM e y 1
business visitor here Tueslay. Willie Mae Hinson of Brooker were young son have been removed from '
as i a 6
Ladies' Winter Coats Halves TablePEACHES
visitors here Friday afternoon. the Alachua. County, Hospital in I Apple'BUTTER
Gainesville to their home here at Close Outs Pound 27e } '
Mrs. Hermla C?Kelly of Lawteyas Mr.. and Mrs. L. E. Mosley and fie Methodist parsonage $5.00 upMunsingwear i --- m
I children of the State Farm were
visitor here Saturday after-
0011.a visitors here Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wilder and Brat Made HosieryThe Post BRAN No. 2>4 Can.__ _.15c 28-Oz.. Jar .. ..__ 15c'' '
son, Billy, 'of Qrlando, spent the
Miss Fenella Snyder is spending Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and week-end here with Mrs. Wilder $1.00 FLAKESPackage Tomato ,
(be week-end with friends In Jack- little daughterMadge, were visitors sisters, Mrs. J. W. Edwards and OAT
onville. to Lake City Sunday afternoon Mrs. Fay Gill, and their,families. New Spring Dresses _____lOcBaker's .
$2.95 and $3.95 JUICE FLAKESPackage
: ,
I Dr. H B. McLendon spent sev- Mrs. M. A. Scobey and little COCONUT
II tral! days last week in Ocala onusmess. J. W. Townsend of Lake Butler, PETERSSHOES 'Can __ _____ __ __5c I t
I .. president of the Farmers and Dealers tqn. For the Whole Family Package__. ___._ _5c ._ __ .5c
Bank, was a business visitor several days''visit: : here with MrsScobes WEAR o. ''
Mrs. C.,, L. Stockwellere THEY JLONGER AND '
Mr. and Good HouseBROOMS O.K.
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here Friday.Mr. auntMrs.. S. E. Brownlee. '
.. coafiJEssSTERNBERG'S ;
visitors to Gainesville Friday ....-'. I PRODUCEPOTATOES
ernoon. and Mrs.: N. T. Green and Soap or Powder. .
children spent Sunday In Highlandwith Dr.:George C. Mahy of New York

1 ENT A Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. H. City and'Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Each .. ___ __. B.3Se 5 For< __ ,__ _.'__ lOc '
: WORD C:Wlmberly. Pierce of Green Cove Springs were Starke. Florida 10 Lbs. .._ __.... .25c
visitors at the home of Dr. and Best No. 1
COLUMN Mrs. A. H. 'Green, Mrs. Lloyd Mrs.. George H. Lowry last. :Monday Large CELERY NUCOA
Green, Mrs. A. F. 'Sauls and Mrs "
OR SALE OR RENT-10 acres of P. M. Barefoot spent Wednesday Guin Branch I CHEESEPound Each 7Y2c ;Pounds ._25c '
land, %-mlle from In Jacksonville. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns "7Y2c'LETTUCE '
_wtey strawberry on main highway. Cheap were in Jacksonville last Thursday; Elizabeth! Hanwge, O C. __r _.__ 17c 'GEM-NUT, Lb. lOc

I 'or cash or time. C. Dinkins, Mrs. Julia H. Eastman gent for S. A. L. Ry and Railway Mrs. Charles H.. Register of by Mrs. Mary E Todd in honor of Miss Carrie Alvarez spent Sat- Best CreameryBUTTER' Yellow ONIONS .Northern or' Navy r
Lawtey. Fla. l264t216U. | | Lake Butler were visiting friends Mrs. Adkins' mother Mrs. M. E.
xpress with Helen Norman. rh
urday night
arrivIng here Wednesday.Mrs. Edwards. Luther and Bessie Woodle were : 3 Pounds. 12c BEANSPound
VARIETY of New Seeds -

I at White's Store, such as A." M. P"ettlt of Alachua. Mrs E. T.. King and daughterand dinner guests of T. N.Norman and Pound .. .23c' Oranges, Doz.._ _5c .... '-, ..5c I ,h,
[Beans, Corn, Peas, Peanuts, Potatoes was a week-end guest of her son son, Miss Frances and Eugene, family Sunday.
Peppers Tomatoes. Squash and daughter-in-law,,.Mr. and Mrs. of Fargo; Ga. were ,week-end Miss Elizabeth i Harnage spent
tind Cucumbers, also Cups and Charley E. Johns guests of Mrs.' King's two sisters, Saturday night with Mr.,and Mrs.B PALMOLIVE or CAMAY TOILET SOAP 5c I
fcrates. 1-19-51-2-18 M. McRae of Pine Level section. _.
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Mrs. J. W. Edwards and Mrs. Fay ..
I Mrs.. T. ,A. Brinson of HUihspent Gill, and their families. Mr. and.Mra.',' .*, N..Norman. and ----- -- -- -- i
[TRAWBERRY PLANTS 10- Wednesday and Thursday in daughters, Helen and Dorothy,

000.000 Missionary and Blake- tarke with her daughter,' Mrs. E. B. Busbee of New Port Rlchey were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. HEALTH. BENEFITS
more at $2.00 per shipments 1,000 $9.25 of per Charley E. Johns laa'accepted a position here withE. M.: McRae Saturday, 4 EXTRA
5000. Prompt guar- Mr'' and Mrs. B.. M. McRae and
certified, C. Priest, agent for'the Gulf Ro-
[anteed true to name.e.ta.te O. E. Stansbury, employee of the fining Company. Mr. Busbee will Miss Allle Harnage of Pine Level
disease free, new land plants.Corre-Place city light plant, has been confinedto be located at the home of Mr. and and Miss Elizabeth Harnage were Bell Bread. the bread with '
orders with Brownlee Bros. his home for several days on Mrs., Priest on Call Street. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. from .
S. Perdue,
solicited. C.
spondence account of illness. Dobbs, Jr., of Raiford Sunday. Pikt
Nurseryman, Showell, Md. ik
1-19-121-4-6 Mr. and Mrs. Allan Simmons and Mr and Mrs. W. H. Groones and I
Guy Andrews of New River, a little daughter of Miami are spendIng children of Umatllla were visiting Food Value t
SEED PEANUTS, Fordhook Lima student at the ,University of FlorIda several weeks In Starke at the her brother and sister-in-law, Mr More -
.
Beans, our' specialty. Starke was visiting friends here Starke Hotel. Mr. Simmons Is as- and Mrs:'J. A. Homage, Sunday., .
Hardware & Furniture Co. l-19tf Tuesday afternoon. sisting In auditing the records of ,Miss! Jeanetto Carter spent the
e the State Prison Farm at Raiford. week-end with Misttea\.. Louise and
FOR SALE-One'good farm mule, Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwinwas Agnes Sapp.

will sell cheap for cash. J. B. visiting her mother, Mrs. Lau- Paul Knight of the University of Mrs. Ida Harnage, who has been rF,
Prevatt, Hampton, Fla. ra Powell,. and other relatives here Florida, who spent the mid-term visiting friends and relatives at

WANTED-Baby alligators, thisyear's during the week-end.: holidays here with his parents, Col. Tmatllla, returned Sundays, ;and
and Mrs. D. E. Knight, had as his will remain here some. time with
hatch. Advise quantityyou
E. A. R. L. Bonner of Carrollton Ga., guest for the week-end Bill Sher-: elattves. y, .
Immediately.
can supply Fla 'arrived Sunday for a visit with his rill, also a student at the Unlver- Mr*. H. H. Keene and sons; Har. Gy
Martin Seed Co.,, Jacksonville tf son-in-taw and daughter, ,Mr. and ity ofFlorida., leY:'and'Enoeh"fiksrtlaa) : Glen., St. I .
!Mrs, Charles Imbach. Mary Saturd y- 'tern on.' '
SEED PEANUTS-Bright new T. D. Rickenbacker, appraiser ,Mr. and Mm. J. S. Sapp and Mr.
crop. H. Gatrell, Fairfield, Fla. I Miss Mignon Sjssoa Is' a patientat for the Federal Land Bank who and Mrs. H. H. -Keene attended
l-124tp2-2| | St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville has been stationed 'in South Carolina church at Sapp Station Sunday. --
!' having recentlymder&one\ an for the past few months, has There will be prayer meeting at
FOR SALE Cabbage plants, appendicitis operation. been spending several days here the home of Mr., and Mrs. W. R. r o, adp w, Il i
Wakefield, ,Succession and Flat with his wife at their home on Woodle Friday night. EverybodyIs .t.ttQ
Dutch; 15o per 100 91 per 1,000. Mr. and Mrav.G Onion sets later. A. J. Griffls, of Miami have been ReceOt*.ueats
Starke, W1orlda.11t24tf I of Mrs. Florence Eo'CanoVa at Her A. W.
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs.
:home on Walnut Street. Anderson, Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. T./J. ; I
SATHUMA Orange trees, rose '
!. Griffin, Mrs. O. L.. Haynes 'Mrs.
bushes and other nursery stock Mrs. Hilda Williams of Washing!
from Glen Saint Mary Nursery, ton, D. C.,. was In Starke Sunday E. S. Matthews, Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand
See Aubrey Frink COS: Madison St., I visiting Mrs. Florence E. Canova Mrs H/ B. McLendon were In I
Starke, Fla l-124t2-2| | and Miss Bunnie Canova.,, Jacksonville Friday attending'a
I zone meeting of the W M. S. of the

I Methodist Church.

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Blake' and .

For Pain ReliefIn Bon of the State Farm were v sl-
ton to Starleo Saturday afternoon.
Friends of Mr. Blake, auditor of Bell Bread contains*rich teeth *teHc*ss rich in Bell Bread '
the State Prison Farm, were glad FIRST
J
s of Vitamin B-rNature's M In ordinary breads
MinutesDemand to see him out again after being
confined for several ,weeks in a own spur to appetite.It actually helps Thirdwe put more milk and richer +

Jacksonville hospital, ,:seriously.>11. chiUrttt grow experiments bar mljk into Bell' Bread. And fourth we

proved it. control its biking so carefully that"*, IISecond

"And Get composed A group of F.of H.Fernandina Hobeln; ThomasG. men, CAN IMAOINC-i the essential mlaed2I lu extra food value is made ready for I

Osmer, postmaster; Hon. Samuel the VOW oitonishmcnt of the hoipi- which build strong DOOM i tad wood the body to uscl I r
county tax assessor 0 wonder careful mothers are '
# H. Swearlngen tol physicians whoafter Ullino a No ,
# and county executive com- man in WobutnM s..,he hod Gastric ordering Bell Bread by tmmt to be
GENUINE rpVEFI\ mitteeman, and Col..Dan Kelly. Jr.. ulccn, took x-rays weeks 'later these extra advantages
Democratic i errs they get :
president of the Young end found not this slightest i trace !
Club of Nassau ''County, were 'in of the ient havIng lot'their children! Of course the .
BAYERASPIRIN: ( Starke last Tuesday conferringwith used 815MA=Rw whole family mjoyi. Bell! Bread I It
'I Congressman R. A. Green in .. I
tr-t loaf I IIt
Gets today
makes toast.
.. :; the Interest of the cross state -. grand ,. r

canaL !XPLMATiOfI. D s ; Your Child Undtrwtight .'b
sea"M4'antacid'treatmeat 1, 1 i? '-' .l : 'j :' In a scientific MM. 46 school children of ;'
LEATHER FROM FISH BI8m&-ReI \. a ;; M1111 li B. ble l ,.OIJT,gdwdnmtukab/ywbeo; / Y 1t
welcome relief -
that to bringing:
of the are
STUART-Tigers sea B lotb
bread enriched) with Vitamin WM -
Beeaose of .' mJque process la turned into shoe to thousand everywhere who
being prosaically
manufacture Genuine Bayer Aspirin leather and soup stock by commercial offer the agonies of Indigestionand ;y du4td Ja ir Khoolluada. Foil report0o 'A:.
Tablets are made to disintegrate does not harm the heart-. So If yow' I' fishermen of Martin Coun- other acid stomach ailments. rpu3rt. !fl }!!
-or matolv*-INSTANTLY you want QUICK and SAFE relief.. ty. Charles Mooney and John lama-Rex acts four ways to give 6 t
take them. Thus they start to work that you get the real Bayer article. Pruitt. Salerno shark fishermen, IjMtlnr relief In three minutes. It
Instantly start "taking hold- of Always look; for the Bayer cross: on I who have put In a shark fishing eutrmltzes 'excess acid; relieves ''ELI: I
evea a severe bendache. enralgia. every tablet illustrated, : plant at >Manatee Pocket;: have the stomach of KM; soothes the *
neuritis or rhetmatie paiDfew above and for it aught almost fifty sharks rangingfrom'fivtotvdve Irritated ,membranes and aids B
minutes after t a Ling. GENUINE th..oreIa"I.i ( feet in length digestion of foods most Itkelyto
,
And they prorid lA'S ftW- ASPIRIN osi.., since they itatfetfth* industry the ferment. BUma-Rex U sold only

G.l1ai."B"YER'ASPIRlN; or.package.OINUINf : .--1 I fIrst of last week. Using rope nets at Bexair*Drug Store. Get a Jar J iI, '
with nineteen-toch mesh' they todays at MltchcQ's DrugStore; y .:
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NOT HARM till HEART' !
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SAY ASPIBIN
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., aught nineteen In one day. tarke, CTortda. J .
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I +N 1 _PAGE SIX -.uJIrOJU) COUNT TIXQRAlf' .' : ftA.JtJD. ft.D1IIDA FBIDA T. IJ'EBRUARY J1pJl&
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FLOOD CONTROL HOUSING OF APPLiCATIpK
WEST PALM: BEACH The TAI D1CEp

ks ii;: I II Federal government plans to erect Notlc. Is hereby y"n, that.

about twenty dwellings at Clewis- No.A. Bernard 861. dated holder Bth of day T". t'ertltltmltlt:'",

toun, Florida at cost of about $T5- A. D. m, hen flied said(
J I o.rlllt
i FARMERS SECTION 000 to house engineers and Army In my office and made II pDllrall! ;
for tax deed to luau thpr.on "
I officers stationed here in connection oordanoe with law. Said In
embraces the o2ff'l! ::;
with Okeechobee flood control following
Conducted by Demonstration Agents I property altuated In *!
It said here by A..W. Bradford Cou
work was
ty. Florida to-wit; The Ea.t S "!
14y I I Young secretary of the Okeechobee of Southeast Quarter of the 8I| 1
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went Quarter Section 1'
Flood Control District. Township Seven SOYsn (II
... (7) South > ohTwenty.two ;
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1SIl-
y yW4 a PHONE BILLS LOWER Twenty ((20) Acres more or i I....'
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Federal Crop Loans I -LOSES A Judgment TALLAHASSEE-When Florida under The the aiseeament laid certificate of said l hOU.d pmp'Re\
1 RURAL In the name of Unknown.
Can Not Be ObtainedTo in Federal telephone subscribers get their bills Unless naicl certificate ahnl
b.,.
I COMMON SENSE District of this month they will find reductions deemed according to law. tax d ,
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; Increase Acreage of the American in effect if they are using of will February leeue thereon, A. D. 1914.on the lulu dU:::

i By SPUD""iJ JOHNSON of New York desk sets or monophones. Reductions Dated this 8th day of Jan ,
GAINESVILLE Farmers will A.II.:; 1984. u].
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Florida in charges for extra equip
: County A. J.
THOMAS.!!
FAIR RETURNS FROM not be allowed to use government a decision handed ment by telephone companies were Clerk of Circuit Court,,
INVESTMENT LABOR production credit, money to In- ordered the State Railroad Bradford County
: :\ i U. S. Circuit: by l-1116t1SIJ-1I rIorih
{b MERITED BY FARMERS crease production of crops which Commission sometime ago, and are
the Agricultural Adjustment Ad- effective with this month's bills.
ministration Is trying to lower the
( t; That the farmer la entitled to a Agricultural. Extension Service : JAXONS w t In11a
return for his labor without -Another ef HOUNDS GET WORKOUT
fair goes here has been informed. This is t
saying.: The difficulties in the brought about by a recent agreement to free the St. MIAMI-County authorities here
a
.t I way of obtaining: this return however between the Agricultural Adjustment here of tolls. are going to give several short
are great. With practically Administration and the it In state courts term prisoners an opportunity to
/, all manufactured goods the seller Farm Credit Administration. of taxpayers will escape as training experience for
sets the price while the raw prod- Federal Court bloodhounds. Inmates with only a
Farmers in the cotton, tobacco
w'' ucts of the farm the buyer, in February 3 for an few more days to serve are to be
and hog raising sections of the
j many cases names the price. the Duval County. taken to the city's outskirts. and
state who have not signed a pro-
I An interesting incident In this released, some distance from the em
control
duction agreement will
t; connection happened recently. A track dogs. Officers said that if
have furnish their local product Jolnc3G
al young man with a family rented a tion credit association with satisfactory PROPOSAL the men elude the hounds they Hazard in /
4 v farm and moved onto it, preferring evidence that they do not -Young Demo- won't need to come back.
4 T to live in the open country and be have proposed to
plan to Increase their production of
more or less independent when he by having at order
la atltn liquid floor
basic agricultural commodity *n I
any
a ; could have stayed In town and been for all county STOP ATVIOLA'S bMuewlfe placed. the bolllc undrr bolmm
a
before they can borrow from the ,. .. .....,
.
;l on relief roD He desired to be : I and their "" thereby ,1..115 U.Tli
association or any other
j and agency I approval by Gov ....
;' self-sustaining however so that discounts with the Federal in- awe by lira heat, ton
ri' 'r moved onto the farm, securing i Chairman J. B. exploded by a lighted electric. nn?
termedlate credit banks. They will
State Democratic For four feet may ud U. room bum.tutVoUlll.
credit to him
enough give a meager I
..
have to get this evidence In the -
start in the work. With work < .
crop Good Sandwiches
form of a statement from, the local
( not yet begun in earnest, he de- ; i clMain. fold of all .kind.. toqutro
county council set up by the Agri- II.. .
) MauM pmnullaa. Your I 100"
cided to cut and saw wood and A YEAR ...... .. .
cultural Adjustment Admlnlstra- Y edfqttmHAROLD '-- 11oo.m
1qr ;i d' haul it to town for sale. Just a .- year ICE COLD BEERAsk ....... is.
tion. Each local production credit
few days ago he carried his first- trace has been For Our Prices on Cases
association will have a list of the
and his last-load of wood Adjoining
perhaps farmers In their area who have Heathrington C. WALL
1 to town. It was good wood, well signed production control agree- Montclolr N. J., Sinclair Service Station
cut split, and attractive. In labor ments., who disap- Where You Get Your Oa and INSURANCESTARKE
.ateven twenty cents hour it last He AcramrlM
; an year.
This close co-operation between FLORIDA!
represented about two dollars for been victim of
Nit these two government agenciesdoes I : a
the load not counting atumpage reward is still
not contemplate an undue
and to town.
hauling hardship on anyone who la not trying regarding
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
I tl '; This young farmer who deserved New Jerseyan's
y to control production, states I
encouragement in his efforts to bet William I. Myers governor of the In every prin- our Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render
oelf-austalning drove from house Farm Credit Administration. "It > Northern city EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

4Ix to house his courage waning aa does contemplate however a close search. Divers MODERATE PRICES

((91 F the hours passed. The beat offer co-ordination of the efforts of these sought his DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
d .he could get for the wood was 1.40 agencies to aid farmers in general." piers and through STARKE. FLORIDA

:for the load. It was a rather dlscouraglng This rule he Bold applies .only to Bay for weeks..
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venture. short-term production credit, and -

1 Some people fall into the erroneous does not apply to long-term farm '. '
J. : ;i? i p belief that the farmer la always loans made by the land banks 'f"'I.! : : :.... 'vjo''f'..... ;'
asking for something and chiefly to finance farm Indebted- e''
,1 I when he gets It he Is still not sat- neaa. "I t -' 0a'' 4.:, f. .

aft j y; Jsfied, but asks for something ... ." .. ,. -.. .L_t
;1 .I more. Most of the farmers hereAbout FISH CATCHES ANGLER "
j want only a just and fair STUART=:Ted Collins inspector 0 r I
return, for their efforts and their for the State Road Department on '

t x ;, y Investments.jr the new Stuart bridge' was watching \ ,

i s'r f ,jr To this end the Agricultural Ad- a group of Rook fishermen money ..o go ..

$ Administration la centering 'hauling in big ones near the north
t-1 Justment
I nd of the span. He acquired a big ; re's my :advlce-
Its efforts on the more important ;.!
",'i.
M fair cane pole and artificial lure and the I
y, farm crops and codes pf I
bait> no sooner hit the water than time because cool roads
jM competition are being adopted by .
;. ) various agricultural industries. I Collins had a fish-or rather the it. Thus tires put on now
left
fish had Collins. Collins
tugged.
x P "These\ efforts are meeting? with auc-
I The fish tugged harder. Overboard than the same tires started
.cess, on the whole, and deserve the
t p went the.fisherman, atm hpldlng That '
encouragement of both the farmIng means you get
a, class. and onto the fish. Swimming he bat-
/ city residents.
tled the big snook In the river finally ,, I edlate non-skid safety. i//
I
.P landing It. The fish tippedthe that worth thinking \
United States citizens during the scales at .
twenty-five pounds.Each
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.PAGE SEVEN"
' IDA1//'. FEBRUARY I. ::193& aAD.-o&D OOtJ'lllft BTABitz. n.oB.ID& -
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''"1, Roller Coaater-HeUbronn Springeroad. New U Knee-Action" Chevrolet Gives Passengers ,' '


"''I"( J \ Slncerely. Ride Like Glide :
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,"I- MRS, S.. COURTNEY. t .

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..11.. n,wor is. ..., mo IIIJ feet. II utOIllJPsaha 119:10 I.; ',
MARY PI KFORD DISILLUSIONED LA'YTEY ,,,, ;I; .
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11'I r a. f3Jt u All religious teachinr. doctrine orr6 I 0.. I'JaUUpe. 001'. 'J:'', .,''
creed.U they are to have any clldmon ", \
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'II tbel0ve.1oyalty and devotion of the people, must be In barmony wltl1e .Editor Telegraph: ,

II teachings of Jeeua the Christ whOll8 words lit mto every fold ond crevice I Bee that Mary Pickford. who .
the human he8 J and of whom It wu uJl1llk .Jolm 7:46."NEVER MAN has fashioned herself after temporal LBdIe8 Aid Entertain. t. '
.' rAKE LIKE '1'1118 MAN:' The Ladles Aid Society of Grace 11"": :
.. things and who for years
M. E' Church entertained with a '
''OJ of Bradford and Union eonnUM are In"'tecI to nM thla de- past has made mammon, worldly '" II'I't
..tore
'1. neD' for D__ o. churcla actlvltlM, orcanlzatlol1ll _d aDDO_ pleasure and selrlsh ambition to chicken plleau suppeJ: for the benefit f.'f' f.\.\
r of the church Friday evenIng
rnt& Space freely (lven and DO cbarp madtbe only requirement get money, the center and circumference -
at the beautiful home o. Mrs. EtfleMiner.
reaeb thIa 011108 before Wedneeday mornlDIlIerwt
.oola Items
&bat of her life. has become (11.musloned. .-
Jl of e they eannot_ be bandied for current IU80 I IARliE A large party attended the tJi!' '
affair and a nice sum
delightful ,
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She sees ", bat everyone bould was obtained. '. ,
CnURCD DIRECTORY need of all these from the President to constable '\ !
see,
J Firat Baptilit CIIurehRev. I. seek ye first the kingdom that temporal substances and ,- N\1 J J t

J. Johnson. of God, and His righteousness foundllUons not enduring. Revival At Baptl... ChurcbA
\ J. Jlastor. temporal are. l \
sunday School-l0oo: A. :M. : and aU tbese things shall be revival meeting Is to begin at } :
I the Fll'llt Baptlat Church here Sunday -
j Morning Worshlp-llO: A. :M.B. added unto you. Woodrow WUson said; when be
night, Feb. .. to continue for )
Y. p, U.-6::30 P. :M. EveD honest gain may divert the was President: "This country will several nights. All are urged to { tt

Evening Worship-1:30: P. M.A soul from God 811 much as the neve... survive materially until It Ia attend these meetings wblch wUl .' i I -1 'II
1 1I extended toI swlndler's profits. Whatever you .
InvltatioD
cordial redeemed spiritually, And no begin at 7:30: p.m. .!t I
there s lces. desire or possess, to the exclusion truer words were ever uttered. Let :

of God'. love or service, comes us bear Mary Pickford In a recent Looal4lMr ; :,,1 '

Christian Church within the warning of Jesus when Isslle of the Forum: tf
I "How the Best Unsaved Man In'e He said, "Lay not up for yourselves and Mrll. V. R. Reddlllh were ;*... .
"I have learned through many .
visiting relatives at Webster over < f'
World Was Saved," wm be the treasures' etc.. "For where your experlenceathat a higher law than the weekend.Supt. / It ,\
of the minister'. sermon at treasure is there w1l1 your beartbe '
Lbject regulatell all things, that \
also.' One good method of layIng my own A. J. Grl s of Starke was I
1::00 a.ID. next SlInday.At love is flowing through each of us 'JI".t. 'J\
up treasure In heaven Is by earnest a buslnell8 visitor bere Tuesday, ; J \
1:30: p.ID. there will be anlon like life, vitalizing us and everything .
W.C. .
secret prayer to God. "PrayerIs Jofrs. Enoch Grlftls and Mrs. .
service. Rev. Bailey, a Bap1st we do, If we but InteUlgently .,. ,
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the drawing near of the human Wooten were visitors to Starke ... ..'\
known to I.. \1
minister, well many make '01' It."Our
way "
heart to God, the Intercourse of our Tuesday afternoon.. l:< ,t
tour citlzens.: IUld his people wlUorshJp world Is bitter lessons ,
spirit, the talking with God as a learning Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney were 'J./ I
and be wlJl
with us, occupy theBe days. Greed, Belflabness ,
man talks with his 'rlend. ODe and
visiting at Webster Saturday ;
he pulpit II.t the evening worship.be and unkindness have always
"While saU
writer says. we our t
writer never beard 'Brother ship of life let us take on a cargo brought disaster and misery, and Sunday.W. ; "
but but .'Roo Jones and C. Searle left \
alley preach one sermon will. We to elude I"'lEli
which shall be wortb something In always manage n tbat one, we got the Impression the country where we are to spend our man-made laws, but I am not Saturday for New York City.Mr. :v. ;..1
he' stand" for "no Book But and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt were ,
hat the longest time:' and that Is the 'so sure that we are so successful
Bible nor demands "No Creed visiting at Grandin Sunday.S !,
he : eternal life after death."No with the unseen, IIplrltual Jaws ; ) I.,1
L ut Faith In Christ," nor preaches man can lIervo two maeterllYe Somo QDO once Baid that wecouldn't : S. Norman was visiting relatives ,,.'A\.h":\ ''.,I \

othlng but "Tho Gospel of Christ," cannot serve God and Mammon. p08s1 iy break the' Ten at Tampa. Saturday and Sun- { I II ,, ,,

or stands for lUly authoritative ." The word Mammon comes Commandments any more than we day.Mrs. .. ,. .r'lr: h' __
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tandard but the Word of God. And from a Syrlac word meaning "ThatIn could break aunshlne, but that jail, E. B. Wens was shopping.InStarke In ,h. d.l... .nd .....Iopmeft. 01 .,... n_ 1914 ::::tl=.=,: ::::.:% : :f :.=t'r.' :.,::
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welcome to worship with usLwalts Monday afternoon. ...rtlculu.ne"oIon h.o-.. ". .. drh .nd IMI ct.-'I ..... .blc
all such preacbers. You are which one puts bis trust:' and aaylumll and other public ln8t1tutlons Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall ofStarke .11 .nno"ln. ..n.'lone of ........ ....n.. .n" fT :h:= h"I::.:':. r=:.: ';:.:::;:f:: ; n. c.

'ordlally Invited to attend botb'ervlces. because so many put their trust In were that filled the Ten with Commandments men and- were visiting friends here =:ri:; :::-I: n'.peM. ':.:::''' ::_'.:::: :,=..elbcf'_; : '1 h...31._of,h......".....Ian..,.r...11............._.._a......y".h-.II.- lit."110.u.-.......,..... ,.
riches, the word baa come to personify women "lah.. No 1>..r. v.nn...... .nd .h. n_ mlln'" booJl"rol. ond .h.rply I'Oln. .
riches. The laguage means have broken. We don't break Sunday afterno"otJ.Mr. (;"- ..'," nlIi"Q"/ ..hee," .nJoy.b.......n..f beln, ....ry II...of'hie"" "0 I..
of the
and Mrs. To G. Godwin
FaltbfuUy yours, that you cannot trust in God and spiritual laws, but they bave a way ..

W. E. DAUGHERTY, Minister. In riches, and when God's law conflicts of breaking us."Every State Farm were-'vlsltlPg hore Sunday The driver and('aooenlleraln'the new 1934 Chevrolet oprlnlClns. the wheel...anJ apnn.mechanlom are rtalJl.exla.Dy ,.

with the making of riches one I know haa some afternoon. lJet a rl.... like the aU....of an airplane. One of the main ana.h.d directly to th. frame and there II. no front
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Futcb of of.he retlnin. the front sprlnKa 0' the t..1e. of c.rrinlCwheel. :
the riding quaUtiea new car
MethOClU'C ChurcbRev. should follow His commands. kind of remedy for .olvlng our' factoraln Iml'nwlng make
you GainesVIlle were'vlsltlng relatives auch la .he "Knee.Actlon"-or Inde.penJently and ade, th.refore. It bec.me posolble to
extent
. B. :M. Montgomery, Pastor. ''Take no thought for your life, present troubles, but many of them here Saturday and Sunday. .0 Kreat front wheel.. to URe .he technical the front sprlnKa aa "oot" .a the re.r aprinKIo When

. Sunday School, 10 LID. etc., "What )'e shall eat-drlnk- sound like the advice about repainting Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworlh ofStarke term.So. sprunK the new Chevrolet .trlke. .n Irregulnlt, In the I'OIId.bolh .

Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. put on-behold the fowls of the tbe pump to Improve the was Vlslt g Misil Mary much his been wrlnen about Ind'pendent springInll front and re.r move up .nJ down with the 0'...he.mefrequencythere

Young People's 14eetlng6:30P. \ : air," etc. From U S. public bealth weU water, How can we ever Improve Torode bere Saturday and Sunday. that the public haa doubtleaa conciu"'ed: that It 10aomet.ln& I. no Inclination on the and part ... the
tha aJr thfO.
M. service statement we quote, "Nohlrd anything, ourselves or international : .00 technical to un"'entan.!. Aa. matter of'act rear end of the car to le.p In.o.

Evening Wotshlp-7:30: P. :M., ever tried to'buUd more nests problems, without getting CARD QF TIIANK ere I" "nlhlna compllcated: .bout of the elrher the. p.R... nllera forward"Kne..Actlon"and upward.Chevrolet's h...ddlJloneI.dvent....

-- than 1ta pelrblx>rsj Jl tox v I ack Into th. cause8-0UI' PlenW I I'We rtnclpl.: Invotved"Knee-Action"or the eon5.ructlon enjoy. th. advantalle avotem.Chotvrolet'a ofb"ln" an contrlbutlntl to a comfort In rl..lnll n.ver before

.:o. resb1'& 1'1_ CIIurchRev. fretted because ha had only onl! attitudes, our motive.r And m ..yI the .011. and daughters of : endooed In a w.ldeJ weethertlllht hDuslnll in thoullht poaslbl. In a motor ear.ateerin.There..C..y I. a at decided hillh..peeJa .

George H. Lowry, Minister. hole in which to bide: no IIqulrrelevet bumbly ask this: Is not reU on Mrs. Viney Lee, wish to expre ...hlch the en.lre eprlnll mechanhm an'" .hock ablKJrber" Improvement In h.ndlln.." ." '

Services next SllDday as foUows: died ot anxiety lest be should merely a practical and efficient out thanka and appreciation to.Rev. rid. up and down In a bath o(oU.An the In de..llIR.en". tire the economy.Cmnt aprin. la neat. compaut and

10:00: A. M.-8IlDdsy School. T.S. not lay by enough nllts for two. way of cleaning our mental bouses Newton, Mrs, J. T. QUiley, automobile &-Ivea a perfect rid. when both," or.enolon. efficient unit. .a Mr. Holler poln.. oul In tbe atto.e'plchlre.
winters Instead of one," and orderly (ront and r"ar .prlnK' have the ..me "frequency mech.nbm I. attach.drlKldl
WWlalDll, acting superintendent. and keeping them tidy L. Creen and others who were 110 out The entire sprln. :
.hia ha. been Impoeslbl. to c.rry:
ActuaU wheela.prll1I
the
11::00 A. :M.-Mornlng Worship; Yet God expects each of you tobe 1"Frankly kind to us dur"1g':; the long mness In the becaua. the front aprlnsa had to be over ,to the frame. From thle endoaed unit aleel borllOft..1armo.
paRt oC ,
the Holy Communion of the Sacrament industrious, and careful with blsearnings. I do not see how we and death ot our loved one. The twice ". "atlff" aa the rear aprlnsa In order to hold the verticall, at the enda atronll

of the Lord'. Supper wtU becelebrated. No loafer or spendthrift can make real beadway with our flowers were very much appreciated. front a..Ie, wheela anJ brake. In plac.. In Independent .

A full attendance oftbe stands In God'. favor. personal, national IUld International -

Ime .. lp }s.u. ,by' the "Take 110 thought, saying'. What dlfflcultiel until we "realize -

seS8 haU we eat r or What shall we that each of 08 III a definite part ofa ,

6:30 P. M.-Chrlstlan Endeavor. drink r or. wherewithal shaU we be universal whole and that. .. part .

'1:30: P. :M.-EV'enlDg Wor blp: clothed r for your heavenly Fauierknoweth of this universal whole. each of us

sop! and sermon. that ye bave need of 811 has to live for the other fellow.

Tbe Church IIlstory clus meets these things. But seek ye first the This means, of course. pure giving

every Thursday evening at the kingdom ot God, and IUs righteousness Instead of self-seekins. I know

manse at 7:30: o'clock.A : and aU these things shaD that It sounds utopian, possibly impractical -

cordial inVItation to all our be added unto you." but we seem to have S'eeALL of-Florida

services extended to aiL There Is a good saying. "Do aU tried and failed with all other I

you can. and trust God" methods, and I. hve.e! gr .g

S NDA Y SCHOOL conVIction that behind tnoae simple
SO\1Ddlns directions, 'Love God' and .

'Love your neighbor: are tremendous -I

LESSON BOB JONES law of far-reaching effect

that wtU work harmoniously with I Ius r ri

FEBRUARY 6, 19M as lloon 811 we are humble and
MMENTS wIee to relate ourselvell tQthem. "
SUbject: Putting God's Kingdom enough ;/ i' .

First. OM .:' Th turist wlto "81aY8 put" at one I
"But seek tirst l 41' '
Golden Text: ye ', -. e. old order I. gone. No
the klngddm of God, and His righteousness HERE'" can we cling to the old supports: pOlOt In Florida. who fails to see all

: and all these things ..hallbe -. HEREAFTER.It they have broken and l.t 118 down. this wonderful state IIa8 to oaer .. .
J":1:
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Matt. 8:33.Le8llOD : '
adde4 unto you. The world Ie gruplnl' for somethine -
Text: Matt. 8:10-33.: that the beyolld blaterlal effects. It will mis8 hall dle'Ieasure] or a Florida
Is my sincere opinion
Time and PIAc. of Leuon: A. D. next great reDgious movement wlUbe wants reU on. ., Deeda religion. acalio...

..28: a bUIlD GallI... a preaching crusade. It I. God''. but more than an'th1D8 else. I believe -
Today we bave our secOtt4! lesdon It needs a reatateDieDt of relI -
plan. We bad so lIUUly drives onduring' Florida abound8 n 01 lieauty
from the Sermon on the Mount. tbl! World War and. have on, the Ilftlne of a helpful and Sp

After setting out the Beatitudes In had '0 D1aDY since the World Wsr beautiful thing out of intricate defInIUoDil and Interest that have drawn "tAhor

last SundaY'a leason, and irlvlng us that w. haven.t had much time topreach. and. eeatures Into something from thousands of miles lJol
His lessoD Christian love, away.
great on
usetul
1'IIas fa one thing the mat.ter .- u simple and asbreathing.
Jesus continued HIli sermon. .sayIng. with World" After all, living divinely : Illil to aee tl"em while you're here thia
;
"Lay not up for yourselveetreaaurell Ia quite Ilmple If we caD but un- '
upon earth,' where moth tt: aemoll. Excellent roads and marvel.
I>&ul didn.t bUlleS achurch. complicate ourMlve. : '
The.Apoatl .
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thlevea and I'WIt break doth through corrupt. and.and where steal: He didD't build /lehooL/ Faltbfu11y youn, .:). ous c1 mate will make your motor-trip

but lay up for yourselves treasures He didn't organize Qommltteeli. Hepreache4. ''W. E. DAUGHERTY, "' doub y deUghtfu].
He turned the' world upside J
moth .
In heaven. where nelther \
nor rust doth corrupt, and where down and cblUlged the current Bndford COWlty TelegrapEi, i., "j" Any Standard 011 dealer or ervice.
of human history by tI\I propagstlon ,
thieves do not b ak through nor \ Starke. Florida.
station will furnish free ofr11
of a gteat truth. That truth glully you
ateal: for where your treasure la, Mr. Editor; <
there be also. The was that Jesus Chrl.et died 011' the 't 1charge a new 1934 florida Road Map
w1l1 your heart :Men "-ere I will gladly pay tJIe poU.. tax: ;, ,
to people.
light of the body Is the eye.U croaa save ofTelegrapb '1<1 .
trying to save themselves. Tbe luked for In lut week' laIIue 1_ beauUluUy printed In four colors,
therefore thine eye be .Ingle. thy when 141811 Jordan or
whole body mllU be 'uU of light. gospel say. they can.t do It, but'U1ey another person a. wIlJlng to work ..-,. showlog the best roads to take for a trip
don.t bave to do it. Christ. t
But U thy eye be evil. thy whole and 811 able to teach others btJw to, .. the tate.
died for us. He can save us. over ,
body shall be fI11I of darkneas. No 18 put back on thlll county 118t of i

man can serve two,_ters:: for Is the world'. ereatI moet neede4 teachen In lI'Iorida :
either be w1l1 hate the one, and love Christ and every other state that bu people -
He Is the only perflCtI
the other he will hold to I Teacber.
: or else wbo are wlUlng to work with .
..ufflclent.
But that Ie not -
the one, and despise the othsr. I Example. Old Mother' Nature, wbo 80 wtUInsJy -
.. an Dampre,
If He just
''Ye e&nnot el'Ve' God and mammon. provide!!: for the ereatur811 Ess6 &-ii. Mi J. oU
Ji
unto then He Is not my Hope. but my J : i ,i flMd motor ;
Therefore I
you. God aaid He ereate4 from dirt and "" -
I Despair. He died for me. That Is'all lvn Tali the ..Iesl Irlitleallon ean "
Take what !
no thouabt for your life. 1Dbouquet. told to work today for a better tomorrow. Ton
ye shan eat, or what ye eha11 drink; the flowen. He of aU died epr1n for me. That baT althe I eoel i' .....Jte ;Oraln.and refill

nor yet for:70Dr 1KM11. whatye, wJtlr ESSOLUD., Iml. I .
Is all the day dawn. of an worlds OUr Pre.ldent. Kr. Roosevelt, IsdolnC ", ..
shall put 011. Ia not the life more .. ,....
breaking forth Into a &lorlouaI aU ODe IPAD ea do to belp .
than meat and the body IDOre than
1'8lment f Behold the fow" of thAI I mornlD&. the eooct caua aloa&". eveD thouehwe .''t. ".. I
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wonder wby UDcle Sam IetfYIng
air: for Dot neither do may "
they reap.they DOl'8OW'....ther Into barns: Some of the modern\lltlc\ ..breth.ren to beat Ulacle Blm In the ; :.. I CRO 'ANDA GASOUNE eon lain. _

)'et your heaTenJy father feedeththem. say, "Back to ChrIIIt. All tunny paper at b1e own pme. 141'. lual, dde antl.knork properties. "n. e tr.
I right, let.. &,0 back to the mana-er RooIIeYelt can.t have .YeII In all
.Are ye Dot much'better power and 8lri otbrr perlorman _yet Sf'1I. alno
where He was born of a 'YlrpBack' para. of bls bead a d It doee seem .
than thy T WhIch of you by taking r.. tankfullod rl
eJdr eo"
cubit unto to a mOWltaiD where H.taugbt. to U8 he must be worldn& nlpt "
add
thought can one
his stature 1 .AA4 why take yetbouaht .. Back to a crou where Hew&8 and day to eet Joba for 80 IDADYu \

for ra1meDt 1 ConeIder the woWlded for our UIUL8JTe.. e bu. anot ..,. he wanta to """ .
He died a ..ubetltutloD&l to help.t1emse1Tn. uwbat I
JUI.. of the field. bOW they ITOW; 810111I. when help people
and T1car10118 death. Back 18 money _y way r Jraybemarble.
they toll not, neither do they spin:
to. a from wblch He arOtMbodUy .' or IIOmethfDg .... would
l'R"e
&lid yet I lay unto you. that eveDSolomon'
In aD ... glory ... not trnm the p-aVL Back to the do'u welL '
whence He went I wIab to teU:1 ooe who Ie 'Interestedln -
arrayed 11IIe one of tbeIe. Wher.. Mount of OUv. :
lore. U God. 80 clothed the pase of Hck to heaven leavlllg behind HIm winter prdeDB In Bradford STANDARD OIL COMPANY

the fteJd,. wblc1a today Iao' and tomorrow the auurance that He will come County about a .-11 plot

III cut Into the ova.. lIballHe ,ap1D. we .have, aa4'the thlnp we have

IIOt mucla more clothe you. a yeof I 1earDed will &'to'" without .mucb J .

UtUe faith! Tbereflfe take DOt. I AD accurate dlv1IJoe of 1Ak.ilCrle effort or d IIp& wlt2I bap ...N C O.RP 0 R A.T ED INK E N T U C K Y
the' .lD08t .
01I wbo --
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...It .ty ..01 t.I. JaI4Wt.IdIId..GIpeae.
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Bradford County Telegraph ,_. '
II .ODD --- BUT TRUE ,
Ij The delegation that went, from: Maybe You'veIV I. .. 'I'f't. \, : ..
Established 1877 here to appean"betor "., 'the:.Stat : .. ,v- ..' L
> \ f itHeard ;y.. :, san; ,, ,. .
L_, .. __ .. .. ,_-_- :'I Road Deportment at',its meeting It Bat ,r ., "rt.. '
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F wlth-Jlttle.lItltls- '
Published;; I Weekly 'on' Fridays; Entered Second Class Tuesday/returned '
1 and as faction in the way of definite Information .. !
'; Matter at the'PosE Office at Starke, Florida aw to( when'' the grade 4 (@x.U en Til: WOt U5T

_. .. ,. from Starke to''the Florida State. BETTER'ASK GRANDPA I '
-- % THERE
AND TURN' IRfKMPS Oft HOBOtS( ,ARC.
Farm will be hardsurfaced. If should happen tGi.mlx> a ,
E. L. Matthews.\ .....___..::_ .':.:..___________Editor and Owner cocktail you before dinner; you'd better C GREAT: MMBtKi\\ OP THENv I\N\'Q''
._ It seems as if the department i Is
s -- --- suffering from a very general com- ask grandpa'lhow"lf' ,he remem- THE\ HIGHWAYS' ( CF

SUBSCRIPTION RATEr plaint-lack of funds, and unless bers) and 'not"'feo'by' the' recipes AMERICA\ TODAY(
Months be you bee printed!'For, instance, last )
Yearly, $1.50; Six \ 75c-Payable In AdvanceAdvertlsin'g' the Federal government can
"** persuaded to hand out more mloney/ week' In the Baine'magazine were ,.
nates on Application it Is doubtful If any new road,building I two'gin' advertisements, each giving IAQA t .

------ -- will ,be done .this rear:.. : a recipe'for Dry Martinis. One .

Earl Carroll)) says the platnium blond fad is fading So is However, the delegation from Ice said," and"shake the with other large said "stir lump-do of KIRK. :S
here accomplished something by !
f: some of, the platinum blond hair.r } I not shake.
again bringing to the ,Attention of ':-.0-.
o department members this Important .M

Better play safe angel; that tag. They right not be piece of works And now that ON 'WALKING haa ....J'i--'
The
l ? the promotion has begun,it'shouldnot only thing a big city on : -
; joking about "no extensIop'.this time. soon be dropped. Resolutions a small town> la opportunities -
offered for Folks in small .
-, -o: should be drawn up by our several walking.. "
--
civic the towns dance by the same music as
organizations endorsing
'+ One exchange remarks,that men have their failings but project and urging' the road de; their city cousins and seethe same "- \ _

j, they don't kiss when they wet on the street. partment to give it attention It movies but they have no place to Arbt0.9oa
and when funds available. walk, and consequently don't. Ina
are
-1 |.p- fill tIENRY,
large city It' seems that every
The wonder is that.this road lu SAY
W7k Headline: '"Slain lElfci" Used As Relief Food." Even which leads to one of 'the state' one-walks for' pleasure, but lii a tstct ,alt= ,

hunger should not make 113 resort to cannibalism most Important and expensive= small town' A 'person Wbo'goes' out Ia 'SIGN WASORIGINALLY BtAtlI1 ?. K ;$ // $
stltutlons, and which not only :for a stroll let looked upon as being '
: o slightlyoffhand./ .Is usually pickedup i
frequently travelled by our own
f s There is one consolation for poor bridegrooms. They state officials, but also by vlslUbg'dignitaries ? "by ayinpa.thetic' : friend beforg!). I PLACED, AT 1HFMEDICAL -

r know they are not 'being'married for their from other states, has he has,.gonqrpanyblocks., M0W di SOP Of A G e t
; money. so long been neglected :' The most vivid' ,memories: of ;)JewYork \ RECIPE'I' '
1. 0 .- are those occurring while ,

How many days until ''summer? News from Paris says COMFORT TO-PACIFISTS: walking:, passing! a,J bushy-haired AAPLEPO THE GODS' I< '
young map, orating to the open air 'i 4'
_I$ that the new bathing suits'are' so low in the back that "some For some time past,' meii'' rind and wljdly; gesticulating. without THAT' THE J-

r.. mannequins blush as they parade before the buyers." women have been speculating: 'on the least consideration, for ,those COLA'\ POWVDDE6tQNAYtfl

v ." 0 the horrors of the "next war" and who pass,him on the narrow side > ..
the general belief that the use1;!''of walk.sgeing;,. two trousered and -J, ....
t Our idea of a brave man is the lone male who registered chemicals will wipe out'the entire monocled\ young; Jacllea among the MIGHT\ ACt: 7':' I" I

f at Wellesley College along with' 1,500 members of the fair sex populations of towns and countries fashionably dressed Easter parad- 'F""01UL'. ( R 1% 1\ OuN
ar !' 'I. almost over night. "The entire ers on Fifth. Avenue; stumblingover MEAMING-
-
o
t n l 'world will be depopulated," some of a ragged, human form, asleepon t6R000I1 l* c isp'
Ill l i The fable about preachers'; sons must be just that. PresIdents the most fearful talkers have said. a'Bowery:curbing, with only a t' ,r .,a..e ,. ,
Now comes a scientist who say few newspapers,for covering; thatunea'yfeeling
Arthur Cleveland and Wilson all of
were the sons -
'in the back while
that if '
? *. enemy planes fly overheadand .
gl., preachers drop deadly chlorine walking along -dark street In Chinatown I ""
q l ,I" gases over their chance?eat,etm,and did nothing beaker around among the studenti
your head, all that Is to ;. pulling up short to keep .
necessary
Now
they must watch and
some Invited them to do he
( protect yourself Is togo home, from being run''.'pverl! by ''Walter ,From Other as haddoneWlth'
Pens one who, does not sit still and do
i And another thing R' sevelt will be remembered for'is get into the bathtub, draw yourself: WincheH;'dashlrtg' madly from cafe nothing-Dade distressing results to
City Banner.
,, the greatest number of birthday parties. ever given to a nice,' hot steaming bath,. light. to taxi; suddenly'meeting friendIn .. e everyone.their After they had recovered
; your pipe, and laugh it off." 'a part of' the:city-where'' you composure somewhat, hi
'
one man. !leuAn .' "THE VISIBLE AM""I remarked
SAYII'BLACK!! BASS GAMESTIN :
'y The London scientist, Dr. Francis least expect to see anyone you ,
I 0 A,. Freeth, chief research chemist know; white' women with negro COUNTRY am touched- "Ladles and gentlemen, in spite

; exchange says that winter is the season when people of the Imperial Chemistries, Ltd., men, or,vice versa; entering Harlem Mr 'D'ui:1iey" within reach of all.by everybody and of my remarks at the beginning ol
+ Missouri father
said there was more nonsense talked night clubs pin line at a movie : ; this period, I am now sure that
heat their houses to the same temperature they complain about chemical warfare than house; standing' behind a famous of Mrs. Don Wilt, sent In the following "I am the world's mightiest power you did not observe my action

r about during the summer: >I' any other subject La the world. He comedian seen- cto'ithe"'stage the clipping, says the Eu tla its greatest assets- Its humblest closely. The finger I put in the

f'' 0 pooh-poohed the death-dealing attributes night before; peeping Into a cellar Lake Region. It seems that Mr. servitor; mixture was not the finger I put In
: of chlorine gas, blaming room of unimaginable ,filth,'where Dudley,thinks well of the fishing in "I am Its treasure house, Its chief my mouth."-Excb nge.
New York's comptroller has ordered his men to'/'show the exaggeration of Its effects men'are*drinking "smoke" at five' Florida, and wishes to show,that. financier. Its paymaster. o---- 1

?r ,e more courtesy to taxpayers., A wise move-they should upon the fact that it was simply centii-a; lass; seeing on a dance i others. "share 111'his enthusiasm: *'"I am Its homes, its garden plot, OWING USA LIVING

always be asked to call'again. the, first gas used In the war. hall window "New York's Most "The St. Johns River of Florida Its" children's playgrounds."I -- .
Dr Freeth declared mustard'gas exclusive Dance Halt-Everybody comes in for much favorable com am its mines, its oil fields,. its
o ment as a bass fishing stream forests."I 'The world owes me'a living,"
was the.only really useful} gas for Welcome"; waiting to see Libby
American health wad better last year than ever before In I warfare, but pointed out that only Holman come out of the class room Robert Page Lincoln, a well known am Its bulwark against anarchy !is a strange phrase often coming
four per cent of its casualties In : at Columbia, where she was takinga angler, Is among the fishermen against bolshevism, against from men who have broken the
.
1 history: If this sort of thing continues will folks have law, ,
what the World War' were fatal. courses'In business administration who praise this stream,I which radicalism. or who won't take hold and

I to talk about several years from now? The scientist further does his bit :'seeinar a dead' bodY. evidently flows near DeLand, Florida. "I am insurance for the, widows., really trY to earn a llvlncr th"m.
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'. I' '0 for' nervous speculators by 'sayinl' struck,: by:-a speeding automobile- 'I, have fished In practicallyevery the orphans, the aged."I selves. It Is true that the;, worldrecognizes

that there are cnly about two daysa lying in the middle of Madison .state in the United States, I encourage thrift, right thinking an obligation to support
New ,Port Richey Presssays that the town grouch is month when atmospheric conditions Square; and last, but not least, the provinces of Canada and portions and sane living."I those who have made an honest

k ; worrying because so many people are now working. It leaves are appropriate for a gas attack passing by'the'drug' store where of Mexico for the large mouth give the property owner borrowing try to earn a living, and who are

""Uf him without an audience hear his gossip. and that adequate defense for Vincent Con, most notorious of bass and other fish; said Lincoln. power, credit- material unable,to do so

r. ,', any gas can easily be devised' New York gangsters, was shot the 'In the course of my wanderings I worth. But If people depend upon the
0 Dr. Freetlfs statements are re night before, and jumping three have cast over famous waters and I confer on people prestige, independence 1' community for support, and make

1 They must be having' some peculiar, weather 'over at assuring. .If a world that: still has feet up'in the nlr'au'. a .passing taxi beautiful waters as well. But wereI and prosperity."I 'I no effort for themselves, they

'Crestview.. The Okaloosa Messenger\ that day l last a pair of black-eyes from its last backfired. to select from a chosen few the confer ALL opportunity and themselves are the worst sufferer
one
says encounter, has not yet learned its leader of them all I would without contentment."I The springs of energy In them dry
l week the weather man was' liar, no matter what he said.. ;lesson, it is at least a comfort to CRYING, ''MAN '
,', 0 know that the slaughter will note $3,800 DAMAGES the gem of the collection. Not "I Increase fast in value, slowly We must all keep, scratching, as

Some could''save: > on a more,wholesale scale thanIt ELMIRA, N. Y.-iLpvell'' Short, only are the black bass found In In price, steadily in Income."I the poultry raiser says,, and if we
people themselves lots of wrinkles if was last time:;" of Little Marsh, 'was awarded abundance In this stream, but their am tangible,.imperishable, im scratch on hard enough, we usually
ob they would remember these words of Seneca's : "He grieves -0 3,500 in Federal court because he sizes range larger here than In any mutable. scratch up the necessaries of life in

rrV + more than-is necessary who grieves before it Is necessary" PRUDE VERSUS NUDE cannot stop crying. Short sued other water fish for fish, that the '.'.JYes. of all the I AM'S'I am the due time." -Mllford (Del.) Chroni

Olimand'Marsh 'f rl i damages ,.suf continent ,has to offer greatest tangible I AM. cle.
0 A of nudism is fered 'The ."I AM REAL ESTATE." 1 .
comedy being enacted during automobile accident general conception of the -Chi-
,A contemporary prophesies that the present Interes' In Orlando. r .. He'claimed ,his tear ducts Northerner la that southern bass cago Real Estate Magazine. BIG TOOTH FOUND

f, the Tudor period will have a startling effect on fashions. It seems that a committee of indignant were Injured during the crash land are sluggish and lack fishing abil- DAYTONA. BEACH-A, mastodon's -
p Let's citizens called at the blf cannot. stop crying. ity. I can say in all honesty that FATHERLY ADVICE tooth, completely fossilized
hope that the influence
+ of Henry VIII,will have no effect. Chamber of Commerce building to .-' the fish of this species that I have and weighing' three and one-half

1 yA on marriage customs. '-4 protest the showing of .a nudist Why should Mr. Short get damages handled In the St.: Johns have exceeded 'A Western editor recently notedIn pounds;was exhibited here by D. C.

., o motion picture at an Orlando thea ?: He could.easily make living : the vim and nuenaclnunneaiiof his' newspaper that his father Clifton,Who', resides on a farm on
Easter tre. However, before the commit. playing' th* :Mock ,Turtle' inroad members of the same species In once told him: the .west limits of Holly Hill. Clifton
y' lilies are blooming in Starke. Rather early for tee could denounce the showing of companies "Alice In Won any other treanJ6r) lake ,I have ,""Barney you get any'money, said he bad found the tooth In
v these pretty flowers, and the announcement of their blooming the film, It spied three paintings on derland." fished In the" country'."-Kansas don't count it in a crowd; don't:: get spoil thrown'' up 'when excavationswere

p gives a fellow a sort of-"springy"; ( feeling.-Florida Times- the walla of the Chamber of Com City, Star, on or off a. wagon when It's going: made for the Halifax drainage
Union. merce ,building that fanned Its 'HINT o-_- don't ask a woman how old she Is, canal, and that he establishedthe
down
,Spring' tqsee', us some time. 1 fires of displeasure into new flame. Malden Aunts, who act like sissies, CONFIDENCE FIRST: nor Inquire' a blind person, or a Identity of the prehistoric relic
0 I The paintings were of nude women Best forego that book "Ulysses." -. cripple how'It )happened; don't lie by sending:it to the Smithsonian

A woman recently: f;if seven stories and landed withouta and were denounced by the com BREAKS ',If we want to ,avoid'war, If we unless.It 'Is in. defense of a good Institute In Washington for .classification. -
mittee and indecent," y FAD ,TEETH: wish to woman, and .
scratch., Several later as "obscene bring about disarmament, never run from a fight
[ days
carried item Arthur
.r' newspapers an The motion picture had not been Brisbane (describing we must attack not, only the question that you've started. As to amok- .
i [ about a,man who fell four feet and broke three ribs. Andy Shown before it was protested) It ; greyhound races)-+An artificial of ,disarmament?,'which la the lag and d 'king, the less the bet. Only about fifty per cent of the

; g t they refer to women as the weaker sez.ti might be both "obscene and inde- I ur-covere4 rabbit moved by electricity last link in the chain, but also the tel', but most n.en of some account diamonds obtained in the world are
ti cent," a private showing before ,runs ahead\ of the grey- origin of those facts which ultimately do one or the other. No use to talk clear enough to have value aa Jew
0 local censors would be the only hounds never caught' always just lead to.the very existence or write about men's habits be- els.
An eminent scientist 1ts us that when a man first arises way to determine that. But the near, enough ahead to ,make the of arms. That is the view taken cause nobody can mend them but .

", : ,early in the morning there is not enough energy generating in paintings, reproductions of_"which hounds, run faster.: by Salvador de Madariaga Spanish the men themselves.. It's free country More than 880,337 gallons of
''''. ..t :the body to light appeared In.Orlando newspapers, "Once the electricity broke down delegate to the League of Nations and laws never made smokingand whiskey .7,360,564 prescriptionswere
a small electric bulb.. We'd go even further and the fastest Issued in
hound got the rab- and the United States
could hardly be called obJection.able ambassador.to :France, drinking less or more Maddnng -
,J ; and' say that the lack of energy in some people is enough to except,by the moat, squeamish bit) bit into its fur and steel frame, "The world desires peace," he ex In other peoples affairs stir during 1932.Why .
'
put,the light out. broke a tooth.found. no meat or plains'But peace cannot be assured up trouble and no good., Never do

t 0 Argument in Orlando 'waxed blood? and ,Mved. "jprobabfr. VW'i- *without. a state of mutual anything too much Is my rub."--
; y cal..dog the rest of Its days." Palm '
11 warm. confidence A state of mutual confidence Beach Times.
Funny how folks have'' different reasons. for doing the naked .
"Even God Is ashamed of
Jves, of greyhounds<< all remind us, cannot exist unless we are 3sTALE -
't'exact same thing. Some stop their paper when ,they leave people, and had Adam ,and Eve 'ate's a.vicious' dame,:forsooth.; all Impelled by the same alms. ''We NEWS .

t town because they are not-interested in what' happens while prepare aprons to wear/1. ,one 'of When at last at life we bite we're cannot have the same alma unlesswe editor Hospitals, .Usea
the committee declared. :r. this "
: i More than :to: are all working In collaboration the inquired Mr.
:they absent. apt break: a tooth
are Others subscribe .
; only when they go away I. "God prepared the aprons,only 1 The world today needs"co- Mole at the .office of the Western,
4 to they can keep up with what happens until they get back. after Adam and Eve had recog NBA AND-: OYSTERS I operation In International effort on I Breeze. .liquHl' Laxative

t ',. .. .....0 nixed"evil and had hidden their The',NRA, ha1' asked: ,I. biscuit I all aides of Its 'activities-human, ,"It Is." responded the great man.
N "* facee. one of the defender of the company to omit the social "Did
As word* Vine" and techlncaL When such your paper say I was a liar
a birthday wish for
President Roosevelt, Arthur Brisbane paintings replied. "God created the from,their wine biscuits, aa they do co-operation has been assured then and a sneak?"
;. says, "This country hopes that Franklin D. Roosevelt people without aprons and allowed not contain wine. The word-"oys the arms which the overburdened ."It did not"
,, .will live far them to live, thatway until ,they ter'* must also' be omitted worid'carrles "Did It I Hospital end doctors have always
beyond the biblical three score and ten, which for as the will all by their own.. say was a scoundrel used liquid laxatives. And the
>F modern men of inned. oyster crackers' do not contain oys- weight.". -r&mpa,: Tribune '"Certainly not" fast
power is 'youth, and retain the courage that And sothe' battle : returning to laxatives F1iOII
ten We '
rages. "Well
: can some "
see right now that --0 paper'said' It. form. Do know
has enabled him to .."t"jna moment of most deadly stag It occurs to us, however that this. ruling .Is going to bring"comUcattons. SAT.STILL AND DID NOTHING. ',."Possibly it was the paper down you the reasonsThe ,
nation." perhaps more might be done to advance ,It.. going to be hard the r street" suggested the editor, doe of liquid! laxative can btmeasured.
.. ,the cause of art If' :The action can thus be
f those few to educate the ae he
y public to believe. i In Brisbane's column the picked ''up a?:heavy paper
In to
suit It
0 > who found dally regulated individual ..-..
people filth '
In the .
that '
is It is (: ''pictures an'"Djrster cracker by ,any 'papers;:Tuesday.. January 23. he weight' !"This. paper,never'prints forms no.habit; you need oat take
thing1} lir
good editor have were
a newspaper doesn't to .removed from the other'lUUDe"wtll'' gd aa'welt with had following to say that Is, in stale news,"-::Vero Beach '..JoUrnaLo "double'doee"' a day or two later.'
;r F watch people read his paper. He'd get little cranial inflammation rather Chamber than of Commerce' building' oyster stew.We suppose the easiest our Opinion one of thebes- things Ser tariff mild liquid hsaHn Irritate

from seeing thenO\ skip his weightiest editorial and : the ,paintings tbemelves. -. Mturen way oat*will'fee for1 the manu' : that hennas said recently; ; POWER OF OBSERVATION Ifu kidntg -
to name the box
"Tbo
%' turn to the jokes column.--Clermont Press. What would heru' Jttle 'Round'Crackers 'That You e "Whereverwe may ,be going we A certain professor- In the department The right dee of liquid laxatirt
when he I _Equipped with a moving pointera are moving In a hurry. The President brings a perfect movement, and ken*
c I get saw the pained expression with, which they read Bat ,With Oyster Stew.r ."* of science ofa. certain b discomfort
new no at the time after-
stop-and-go light shows motorists asked Congress: 'May I cut or
his jokes? r rAlsoy we know- several I housewives college '.was insistent on his students
I. how much timer they have who do not down the value of- the national dollar I, The wroag often doA
i put any ginger cultivating their' of may
powers
0 before the green signal changes to( in their 'gtoger> bread. General double the price of gold, take :observation. One m harm; than good

Y One:of,Governor :Sholtz's: traffic rules says: "Running red Johnson will get 'em if they don't for,Uncle Sam. all the gold In the brief :lecture on the day'fonowing necessity 'of a liquid tIt.live

,.c 'in and'out of traffic fo7a7bad: \ practlce.' In the first place the After 'deserting hislrwife'.Henry loon, u:\' e : :"T' :. country OOO.OOO'tntr T ,And year may to-herp-the-ldle I borrow' $10.4 ,accurate observation he produced like prepared PaE+eiaIt

i t', car approaching: you might be going faster than you are and towecrofttof Leeds/'England* returned -, Thor fellow WinChed, Is really and revive business T* : mixture.beaker .containing'He mysterious ga gautsher*

the car"behind"going at'
I ,," s: ,will cause a bad accident. No' driver should take a chance of carried,away the family bed. void say that the surest way of ad to vote... ..W;tWno as thoughPreslden't 'the and castor oiL"" Directing; red the pepper at. Zbowe4 s r

l J iljuring.innoce' The first tnberculosi is to.eat a hand.. had asked. 'may X have a tention of t1ae'cIaq': to ,1 Pte'
t ; j".:,,.. tpeoplebrruanbEJii.an&tiut.oftraffic 1 < paper mill In higlMa M of, raising and alm0a.d8. daily D tela'r.' .' ...., _....' was domg U dipped' :what .be

'. tallywe'!' (. this"a bad- practice., 'at night.". 1fMaeW'...""'...,.. ,n"., 'rei. <,.'......Llt'.. >ftl>.oaa ;; "'''e... '......;....:, tMa':,atrodou*J-\: ,;...finger1.. .. l
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