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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 9, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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L-MK FIFTY-SIX: STAItKE, FLORIDA FRIDA, FEBRUARY 9, 1034 eN11M NUMBER FOURTEEN JWi :
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Appeal Board To Hear Postal Receipt SJlow Groundhog Sees Shadow t1? L
[ Passes Bill Personal Taxes
Bids Material
use Complaints Of The Men Corn-Hog Program A Slight Increase And ',Goes Back To Bed ik'For

Fired By 'Civil WorksThe Over :Last January For Six More WeeksThat '

Finance Crops; -- Gets Under Way; Must ,Be Paid Court ''House '

first meeting of the appeal Postal receipts ) .inuary of obliging little animal the

board of the local Civil Works Administration this year showed fOrt crease of groundhog took his annual peek

[itten By Green will be held this afternoon Farmers To Meet $111.10 over January Board Orders from his hole last Friday looked 'Meet Approval
. at 8:00: o'clock.., The purposeof 1933. according to an announcement about him, saw his shadow and de-

this board Is to hear appeals of this week by Mrs.\ Jeanette. cided that spring Is still six weeks
discharged workmen Young postmistress. -
Measure Provides Those Agreeing To Reduce Tells Collector To Turn List Of off.He
Loan
Any man who has been dlmslssed Crops I Receipts tor January 1934, were therefore crawled back Into Not Known When Actual ''Work '
Evlcl To Farmer Daring Will Be Paid By The Delinquent Over To County
Year 1934 for any reason has the'right of appeal Government I $732.38 while January, 1933 'was Attorney bed to finish his winter's nap. Will,Begin-School Material
before the board and the right $621.28. December. 1933 was Though the tradition has no Here Qs.
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I to be represented by a person of $905.81. These figures Include the basis of fact, every February 2 the -
The Board of Commissioners
pressman Rf A. Green Mon- Farmers who are Interested In County -
his own choosing1. three items, stamps box rents, and groundhog Is looked upon more or Bids for materials on the addition ..
the at their' meeting
Monday
ddressed the Houae of Rep- government's corn and hog reduction -
Members of the local! appeal second class mail.Fanners I less seriously by amateur weather to the county court house here
; Instructed Tax Collector C. A.
Itatlves! in support of H. R. program are asked to meeta F
board are W. E. Toroda, Dr E. L. prognosticators as an Institution. were accepted this week and orders
which 1 la a bill "To provide for committee at the following Knight to proceed at once to collectall
to farmers for crop producnd Biggs, Mrs.. L. D. Vlnlng. Mrs. B. I times: delinquent taxes on personal There are several species of the for purchases went to the Builders

harvesting during.the year ,Pringle will act as secretary. I Brooker, Wednesday morning at Exempt property and to turn over to Coun- groundhog family. None exist In Service Company Jacksonville: I t
Florida. He la small mammal Bradford Hardware Company,
I and for other purposes." The -- 9:00: o'clock. Meeting place to be ty Attorney Floyd Green by March : a '
related to the woodchuck and the Starke, and Qlugley & Davis, '
:
1 Hat of of
a name all persons
[ by the House. later
later passed
'
!as OfficialIs i arranged marmot but resides elsewhere. Starke, according to a telegram received -
owning personal property who have
discussing the bill, Mr. Greenin Airport Hampton, 'Wednesday For 300() Pounds '
morning
'I I : failed to pay their taxes. at CWA offices here Wed- y
| part: at 9:00: o'clock. Meeting place to be nesday afternoon.. ,
for of this at the halt .;.. The board Instructed the county Schools
he need passage city I -- Purchases .
3 for this material can.
Visitor HereSays attorney to proceed to collect all Open
latlon! la very acute. Manye I Lawtey Thursday morning at Do Not Have To Pay Proceeding delinquent taxes reported to him by not exceed $2,740.00 and it is believed -

| growers in the country partly 9:00: o'clock. Meeting place to be Tax On Small Amounts, the tax collector as provided by that they will come close to '
all Florida growers, have arranged later. Larson Says this maximum amount. The first of q +'

unable during loans the from past few the That Starke Will Be, On Starke- Friday morning at 9:00: law.It was also decided to ask permission With CWA Funds 'the materials will likely arrive here

hs to obtain Credit Cor- Route Of Two Big Air'Lines. ; o'clock. Meeting to be'held in the The farmer who' does not sell of Comptroller J. M. Lee i next week; but it 'Is not known
nal Agricultural Wants Field Here court house. when actual work will start the
on
klon or from the recently or- .more than 300 pounds of hog products to pay the full amount of the coun-
ked Crop Production Loan Cor- These meetings will be held for will be exempt from the processing ty agricultural scholarship, which Five Teachers Are Given Employment addition because CWA employeesare '

Ions These agencies have refect Mercel Mazeau, supervising engi- the purpose of signing farmers who tax beginning with the expiration i Is $200. instead of only $160 as pro- -Race Track Money at present busy on other proj

adequate security other neer of airports, was here this wish to benefit by this program. of .marketing year, vided In the budget for this year. Received ects.All

that of the crop Itself and I week in the interest of building an According to L.'T. Dyer county Nov.i.4 1934, according to infor- This action was taken because ''materials for the Starke

1 also entailed considerable red i airport near Starke. agent, the government is asking mation received by .3. Edwin Lar- since the .dismissal of the home Three country schools Vander- school have been purchased and are

q which has necessitated delay Starke will be on the route of farmers to reduce,their corn crop son collector of paternal revenue. demonstration agent there Is a but, Rising and Woodlawn opened being delivered as ordered. Requisitions ,

,t xpense to the grower; In fact two main air lines, :Mr Mazeau from twenty-five to thirty per cent. Mr. Larson ha.received the following surplus in the agricultural fund. Monday operating on funds pro- for materials for the Hampton ,

rs I few of the growers in my sec- says and he feels that an airport They will then be paid thirty cents bulletin from"the Secretaryof The board passed a resolution vided by the Civil Works Administration. and Brooker school are In the

N | of the ,state have been able : can be put to good use here. per bushel for the estimated Agriculture: authorizing the clerk of the circuit I ... .Five teachers have been office ,of the State J'urcbaaing'Agent d
and If the mate-
u tale loans at aU., amount of corn that would ordi- "In judgment the imposition I court to make an equal division of given employment In this program.The accepted::
The government will furnish my I rials should be received next week.
narily be grown on this all race track funds received from New River school was also
acreage
tax hogs
'ith the passage of the bill be- money for the project, the engineer of the processing upon scheduled to Materials purchased to date for
that la cut out. but
s thereof the state between the County open Monday was
the Department Agri- said if the county provides the processed by the producer; building total $11-
; j us later ruled county projects
out by state authorities
School Board and
f the Board of
Mr. Dyer that the 'govern- with his own family
who together
eays
and did An landing field
fire will be authorized land. adequate i because the 083,311Itwas announced this week.
voted in that
mlllage
II farms would about 210 ment Is also asking farmers to reduce employees, or, household; sells''' or County Commissioners. '
1 to make loans to our require only acres district was not to the maJl.Imum The Starke city hall is nearing
Report of the county juage, jail up
u the is stated. twenty-five per cent their average exchanges not more: than 300
and truck growers upon It asked the school completion The outer walls have
alone. Many of our foot production of hogs duringthe pounds of the products derived Inspector justice of peace, and by county been, and the building '
I mortgage A movement.has been on board.' stuccoed ,w
I clerk of the circuit court, as to
s era who most need these loans here' for the past several weeks to past two years. If the farmer, therefrom, during any' marketingyear lacks only a coat of paint to giveIt
agrees to do this he will be paid a is to effectuatethe distributions 'pf tax redemptionfunds The board met Monday and ap-
the unnecessary finished
; no security to offer except secure property for this project. A a;\, appearance.
i were approved and ordered pointment of teachers for the next
premium of $5 per head. declared policy of the act. Ac-
'
) the loan it-
to be produced by : .
i committee was recently appointed
term of school dlcusaed but
was
no
I do hereby,exempt from:
land such groWers can receiveS by A. J. Grlffla. president of the Payroll Procedure the cordlnly processing tax hogs processed filed.Mrs.. Mamie Mead who has been definite action was taken. Board Starke:May Be Scene
of this
under: the provisions Business Men's Club to Investigatethe caring for J. H. Romaine asked members are positive In the matterof
by the producer thereof who ,together ,tgf Methodist Meeting
situation. However up until Tightened For CWAA with his own family employees for more assistance, the request selection of teachers being made \I- '

8 |t is far better to permit these this time It is understood that no or household, sells or. exchanges :- was refused and the regular allow- by local trustees subject: to ap-
e 9 i and thus enable our growers land has been secured., general tightening of payroll not more than 300 pounds ance wa* discontinued and clerk proval by the board. : There !is it:poe.lbUity that Starke '
ake their crops and becomesustaining' procedure in the Civil Works maybe. the'' scene of the Jacksonville '
d '; pro- of the products derived therefrom, Instructed to notify Mr. Romaine. An election wa called for trustees ? 17
L, than to compel I gram was ordered this week in instructions L. D. ''Vlnlng. representing, the District Conference of the d
For Llv"ng"Showing marketing ; Pro- in District No. 12, New River.
"Design during any :year
in many instances, to seek from the state head Methodist Church In April accord-
I I Empire Lumber.Company requested -
( vided, however that u the producer The date for this election has not
it At The Ritz to all CWA boards. toRev. B. M. ,
yhe quarters county him that he be allowed to cut the yet been set, lug ? Montgomery,
bill provides for a maxl- All disbursing officers In the proceoses hogs produced by dead and down timber on the com- pastor of '''the Methodist Church

e i loan of f 26O to an Individual Three of' Hollywood's most Im- counties..were notified they can- and his own familyemployees"orhousehold pany's lands the proceeds from the The county's share of the race here.' r

bourse, this will not be adequate portant romantic stars" Frederic not pnake payrolls for' projectsthat ; sells or exchanges: during sale thereof to be applied In full on track money was paid on the script Starke has not had a conferenceof

e f vegetable planting a large March Gary Cooper and Miriam have not been' ,,approved ,by derived any therefrom marketing in year excess products of 300 the 1933 taxes. Mr. Vlnlng stated due,teachers and bus drivers. this kind in recent years and :Mr. 1""

e e, but will take care* of the Hopkins together with EdwardEverett state headquarters. and they cannot pounds, but not in excess of 1,000 that the 1932 taxes had already J.: C. ADKINS.NOMINATEDJ. Montgomery. says there i Ie a possibility .' Jai,

, U grower a$ least. Under the Horton one of the best exceed the amounts previously pounds he shall be entitled to the been paid and the sale of this tim- C. Adkins state's attorney of that this town might be

' 1810ns' of the'bill, the Qepart- comedians. play the leading rolesin authorized for approved projects.In foregoing exemption but shall pay ber would be \insufficient to pay all Gainesville, has been nominated for chosen if' arrangements can be>

v' pt of Agriculture can loan for Paramount' film adaption of instructions to all counties, the processing tax on the excess back taxes but would take care of the medal to the Floridian who made for taking care of the vlai-
painting ,time during the sensational stage to 1933 and unless tors. i
any Noel. Coward's M. Montgomery, secretary above 300 pounds restored to aliveweight the taxes the dead contributed most to law 'enforce
s r 1 of 1934, regardless of wether success, "Design For Living" the CWA, said: basis by use of the con- timber was cut and sold soon It ment in 1933. ,Mr. Adklna was It Is likely that 150 would attend

I crop is harvested prior to Jan1. which Is now,playing at tbe Ritz "Assistant disbursing officers are version factors prescribed In''Hog would decay and burn, so the board recommended by the Wllliston Sun and would have to be taken care

0 1935 or thereafter belt Theatre. hereby notified that any payrolls emulations. Series 1, Supplement 2: by unanimous action gave their because of his prosecution of T. W. of for luncheon with possibly forty a

. this provision was not carried This picture concerns itself with paid that do not bear an approved Provided further, that' the pro consent to the proposition.R. Brewer a justice of the peace and being in town overnight
he Senate bill but,it is to be the romantic entanglement of three I CWA project number will be Weeks offered to purchase Thomas Booth '
ducer together with his own family a special constable, Montgomery says a number
led that the legislation aa finally sprightly, light hearted artists. The I charged back to their surety." employees, on household, processes a portion of the barbed wire erect- on charges of murder in the alleged of people have already announced
feed to by the conferees will pro- triangular romance has its Incep- Such payrolls will be disallowed by hogs produced by him and ed on the Alachua County line asa slaying and burning of three their willingness to help entertain '

i for loans for summer and fall tion in a Parisian spring and I the state headquarters sells or exchanges more than 1,000 cattle guard between the open sponge fishermen In the Cedar the guests if' Starke should be'

ntlng. Thousands of vegetable wends its hilarious path through I This was a'warning that violation pounds 01''the products derived range of Bradford County and Key city jail in 1932. chosen for the conference meeting. '
I strawberry growers In Floridant before it closed range ,of Alachua County.In .
and New York
I London of the rule would result in therefrom- during any marketingyear
In the fall and harvest in the I view of the fact that moat of the
r reaches Its bombshell conclusion. claims against surety companies I he shall not be entitled: to the
ling, therefore this provision is I wire by Alachua Farmer Finds Yellowed
was purchased
Newspapers :
Coming to the' Ritz Wednesday which Issued bonds covering funds foregoing exemption
[necessary for our fall crop. County.,the board decided best to ,, .
week is '"Sitting I bandied the county disbursing I
I of next by :
The records of the Department and Thursday "In connection: i with the foregoing consult with.., the Board of County :1'1.
I Agriculture show that In the Pretty." sparkling with hit,' officers. the following' table of conversion Commissioners of Alachua County ;
I |in a' high percentage of such tunes .th+glamour ,of 'eighty of'HoUywood' "Our< auditor's office" Montgomery factors fixes,the percentage of before making any final decision in That Tell Of Lincoln's.Assassination t
I most beautiful chorus said "is number of ,
s previously-,made have been receiving a the per.pound"processing tax on the matter, '"
ald. In fact in some communes girls and the fun-making of Jack payrolls that do not bear the proper (Continued on. Page 4) ,Earnest Bird 'janitor for the -- .}

as high as 98 per cent of the Oakie. Jack Haley Ginger Rogers identifying project number. We > court house requested a raise In F. J. Pattee who live a short The following are excerpts from,

fount borrowed has been repaid and ,Thelma Todd. have found that a number of payrolls Knight Warns People his pay of $30.00 per month. Upon distance north of town has discovered the letter!

the government and I am proudt Oakle and Haley self-titled "the have been paid on projects motion duly made and carried he among his belongings two "You cannot qualify' war'' la, ,'

my own'dl trlct shows a high world's greatest; song writers," which have' not been approved by About Personal Tax was allowed a raise of $2.50 per very interesting newspapers They harsher term than I will. War to ''

centage repaid to the governing show how I two smart boys with this of tic., and in many cases not -. month. are Issues of the Relela-h (N. C.) cruelty and you cannot refine It:?;

You now have a chance toIp nerve and talent can make an in- even submitted to this office. With leas than fifty per cent.of !Commissioners G. W. Andrews Progress and are dated April 29 and those who brought war into

the small grower who in most delible impression on Hollywood' "We also have found" numberof delinquent 1932 personal taxes paidto and J. M. Rosier reported that they 1864, and April 19, 1885. our country deserve all the curses

|tanceIs\ absolutely unable to movie producers bankrolls 'and county CWA boards have submitted date County Tax Collector C. A. called on the State Road Depart. The papers are yellowed with and malediction a people can pour e

aln loans from local sources.". beautiful blonde. to the state auditor pay- Knight was, this week ordered by ment relative to the hard urfaclna age the edges are crumbling away out I know I had no hand In making :- '

rolls which ,aggregate amounts the Board of County,Commissioners of the, State Farm road and that and the type has grown dim, but this war, and I know I will

Hall"Recalled greatly In excess of that authorizedfor to turn the names of the delinquent they had nothing definite to report they still make fascinating reading make more sacrifices today than

livid History Ofs Old a particular project In 'order over-to, the county attor-, as to progress made because of tbelackof with their news of a past age. any of you to secure peace. But

to protect this overpayment, sup- neyforcoilectlon., -"' ; fund for the construction The 1865 paper carles an accountof you cannot have peace on a divisionof

plemental project applications are ,,Mr.'Knight said that 6bth Governor of roads. the ,assassination of Abraham .our country. If the United
New Building Nears Completionmeetings. being submitted.State .". Sholtx and Comptroller Lee Supt..A, J. Griff, Board of Public Lincoln. Whoever wrote the article State submits to a division now' '

have ordered all .tax -collectors: ] lathe Instruction Members W. C. I does not seem to have had very full it will not-stop, but will go on tilt

To Be Tick-Free .tate.to, get'busy,and, collect Manning and J. C. Prevatt appeared Information on the calamity but we reap the fate of Mexico which .
these taxes that;have'been' delinquent before the board and stated that lack of detail la made up in some Is eternal war. +
.. While this process'was Coming Year
By H. E., LAGERGRENo During since April 1,.of last the amount of race track funJa to degree by the use of vigorous ad- "But, my dear airs when' that
the solons sat year.
an oldtlmer many things, long going on. county be received by the'Board of County jectives. Here I lit the account: peace does come you may call on t '
gotten were called to minden around solemnly smoking their Through use of Civil Works Ad- He, explained that be did not
Commissioners would exceed $3,000 "We had barely time yesterday me for anything.; Then I will share
the city hall building' Was pipes.A ministration funds Florida will want to work a hardship on anybody this 'year, which said amount.wasestimat.ed morning to announce the sad fact with you my last cracker and f
hall running through the tick free but that with all classes of
rn down for remodeling likely become cattle some
by the commissioners In that Abraham Lincoln Presidentof watch: with you to shield yourhomes :
pt was erected In 1884 by the Red building was used as a morgue on time next year, it was announcedat business In the county showing their estimate of revenue for the the United States died in the and families against danger
f-n's lodge. The order flourished occasions and many gruesome Tallahassee this week. marked Improvement and with, and in the from ; '
current,:year, view of that city of Washington on morning every quarter."Now
e a green bay tree at that time sights were seen there-tbe bodiesof The work of ridding the counties practically everybody being'given $'
excess they requested that th> of the 12th Instant, from Injuries ;you must go ,and take '
t not long afterward It was dis- suicides of murdered men and of the state from the cattle tick employment; Mr. Knight believes Board of County Commissionersturn received, at the hands of some in- with you : the old and feeble feed
ved of killed by the trains.' that' public is now In '. a positionto
on account of peanut poll- men 1924 and
undertaken in ,
was
pest over the-Board of Public famous assassin. Th damnable and nurse them, and build for themIn
'. which created' dimensions Among cases tried by the court the program' has progressed settle. up these delinquent taxis', Instruction the said excess U any deed was the work of some desperate more quiet. places proper habitations ti '
the" boat
ong the member:) The builder was concerning tug northern 'and central and he says the county commissioners
throughout for the retirement of outstanding villlan, the tool and Instrument to shield them against the I
i the structure was Mr. BUrtfhf "Three Friends of filibustering Several counties in the want things brought to a
Florida. warrants and Indebtedness. The of. the infamous conspirators and weather till the mad"passions of'
of A.; M. Blanc-hard of fame. The owner W. B. Broward. southern part of the state still remain showdown. board decided that same could not traitors who have been for four men cool down, and allow the 1

wtey and the work had to bee later Governor. was dragged over to be made free of the.in- i be legally done, after consultingtheir years i endeavoring destroy the Union and peace once more to settle

so cheaply,tUl barely enough the coals.- ,Mrv Broward was a sect: Teachers MarryWithout attorney and that if an excess t pest> government upon the earth: on your old home at Atlanta."
!Ia. over six feet tan; the
> but not enough of studding portly man, him ''A program of eradicating the Losing Jobs of the said funds were* received and we do most sincerely trust that i A market report In the paper of rl
F re used.-; On Sept. 29- 1896\ a principal witness against of was ofJacluoll.vU1e. tick from Bradford County was undertaken -if,. that same would be needed the assassin. apd his employers may April 29 1864, lists bacon at $5 '

leat. storm passed over,this MOo. Captain Vlnzandt, chief police but little about three years ago Married, school. teachers got la I for' the current expenses of the meet a speedy and terrible retribution per pound butter from $12 to'$115.
thin and
{ By that time the building very and last year this county was listed break-Utl "week'as;:the'Supl'em. county. :" corn from $18 to $20 a bushel eggs

Id been rented to the'county. for over five feet inhelght.resembled The two a by the Federal authorities among COUrt'ruled they ni.tbe: considered Vlney Lee, an aged pauper having AillO of interest In this Issue Is aletter.from from,$. to $5: a dosen, and sugar 4,

[court house 'and W. 'E. Wain- standing together lobster. the tick-free counties. >A* a resulta on equal tooting with unmarried ] died the board donated $11.90: : General Sherman to the' at $10 a pound.Appearing :i
of .
ght, then deputyclerk,was kept shrimp at theslde. a In In employment when they Atlanta. Sherman was the advertisement '. )
other notable event, the great Improvement the quality women to be < applied on her funeral expenses mayor of among
at sy running, In and out. fearing Among witnessed the examination of dairy and range cattle la being comply with- statutory requirements ,. begging the mayor to have Inhabitants in this same Issue was the ,
the ld
of wind > building
next heavy swat to the bar made possible here. of teacher-ability, Mrs. Georgian Griffin was allowed 'of Atlanta remove themselves following: "

uld held demolish It.: Yet the build- A. V.for Lang admittance tiMWDf Btarfc H. Florida import annually twenty. The Board of Public Instruction $2.00 per month from the pan to safety since he (Sherman "For. Salei A good nurse and -: "hr'; 1

d 1 been-together, somehow Jana, but when It .to pf now a weLt known circuit Judge minion dollars worth of beef andover .to; without authortryv;; the court per fund.Tne'; allowance of lira. ) was planning activities In house girl aged eleven years.,,,wen,I 4'J( l s "'

.court'was badly. strained 1'can and lives la Galnesvniet' '' ,'. eta and'' half million dollars aeld,'to reject the nominations o< Warren Simmons ,iwas.raised to that area at a later data. A* the grown-and Mpaac* (, /.IfJp\U 4m aotl'chudrMaa4e r ;"J
'it :ItJiId
tbg month allowance ,of Progress **,it, this letter .: rlRn P 4Kite. P l \
d i Wt elldri"1bt nsuetfebcea ene 'Once while the late L.> D; Wall worths*'dairy product according district school trustee except'on $4,00 pen ; express ) rJwv""" %
"bf!ta4.*aks odikib1''. ,, was the county tax 'assessor; with to>Mat* e Hsafcvtf'With.tne state valid!, grounds*' and.'toe ine*.fact mj atvarllglirrwaa< 'raised. t* shown,.',-.tM.policy,o< protection chance fo. a profitable,>Jnvestmvnt--> ',F ,,,, .1;"'
tie an'oMfcr office: la the court Mouse,:his od' entirely bw"o1$'..' eattU 'Uek< it that a......... is Married<< bae aa $440'per month;Colonel Crosby ek and.good will which General Sherman of Confederate moneyto: any, peer,, ,. : ,l j.., 1,
Dufldtna stood .to JMOlulil was Sampson.Cltywaa allowed.->-00 practiced as far as he could son desirous of raisins a valuable. .ri't' 7 ,
and former cen maad.r;eta will t&feMMvfeMr. 'this state faUtfp4BOMB%<9ONDNS& Ov= w ; ; ,;'
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services at Now Hope Sunday were was visiting friends here Sunday nage of Pine Level were visiting
I H. P. Gainey, Mrs. H. Galney Mr. afternoon.T. friends and relatives Tuesday.A SAXTON
ZIFF BOOTSEY'S BEACH BROOKER and Mrs. B. F. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. N. Norman and Arthur McRae large crowd from this section
I' G. W. Hazen,And Mrs. D. W. Ha- were business visitors to Lawtey attended church at Pine Level Sat- fiIrs. W., A. Tyler, Cop
MI.. 1..1. M.. a........ Jor. I ... G..kr... C.r.Mr Ittmm W.r. Omtm r, Cm*. zen. L Monday.J. urday night.

r Fsj1' ":II'. W. Buddlngton and Mr. and Miss Agnes Sapp spent the week-
: Rev. and Mrs..E. L. HlckiJ
r P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville Is I and Mrs. J. Ray Quinn entertained Brooker vs. LawteyThe Mrs. H. M. McRae were dinner end at Starke the guest of Miss Sunday In,Odas.
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a large number of friends Lawtey basketball team guests of Mr. and Mra. J. L. Underhill Dorothy Turner.
o d.. :y J. W. Lewis, this week. with a dance Friday night All Journeyed over here Friday to play RISING in Pine Level section Sun Mrs. Josle Norman was the guestof Mrs. W. R. Swanburn Was aping ."
,U, Miss Rhoda Thomas has returned* reported a nice time. the Brooker boys. After a bard Mrs. Leroy Norman Sunday. In Starke Saturday.
to her home in Jacksonville, after II Mrs. L. M. Murrhee was called to fought game the score was 16-14 Mr. II. M. MeKaa, Cor. day.Mrs.. Jim Hersey is visiting rela- Miss Vesta McRae spent Monday Miss Freed'a Brown of D TO
r spending a week here with her parents I the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. in Brooker's favor. tives in Woodlawn section. night with her cousin, Helen Nor- Run was visiting' her sister, v
4 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.I C. A. Moody, >t Belmore, last Mon There will be services at Pine man. W. A. Tyler, Sunday
Miss Fay Stokes returned home day. Mrs. Moody has a large num- Locate Eld. W. E. Hall filled his regular Level Church on Friday night at Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keene were Mrs. Frank Sumner and chi
bj last Sunday after spending a week ber of friends here who will be Mrs. L.'A. Brown and daughter, appointment at Pine Level Church 7:30, Feb. 16, conducted by Rev. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey spent Sunday with her mo
G j at the tung oil farm with her: glad to know that she is improving.Mr. Iris, and Misses Grace and Mada- the week-end with special music L. O. Stanton, a missionary from Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. C. C. Sumner.
zi brother and sister-la-law Mr. and and Mrs. C. E. Crawford and line Hazen were visiting friends l in Saturday night given by T. N. Nor- Japan, Korea, China. Everyone is and Mrs J. S. Sapp were the Lesley Hicks spent Sunday t
a I Mrs. Elmer Stokes baby; Mrs. Florence Carlisle and LaCrosse Sunday. man and others. invited to attend. guests of their son-in-law and ernoon with Ancll Brown of Dots
"S s Mack Hunter and daughter, Miss Cecil Robinson spent the weekendin H. P. Galney and T. C. Hazen N. D. Green of Hellbronn section ,: dauhter, Mr. and Mrs. R. Connner, Run.The
Anna, and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Union County the guests of were attending to business In was visiting relatives here Monday. I Sunday. revival meeting is still J
Hunter and son, all of Lake City,; friends and relatives.Mrs. Starke Monday.T. The singing concert at Corinth Gum Branch There will be prayer meeting at nlng here In charge of the DM
were visiting here last Sunday. J. L. Gasklna spent Friday B. Pinholater and G. E. Mc- Church Friday night was well at- the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, R. teen-year-old minister, i
t Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and night at Belmore with her sister, Cauley were! attending to business' tended and enjoyed by all. Elizabeth Haraage, Cor. Woodle Friday night. Every bodyIs Hicks. A welcome: Is extended
sons. Floyd and Morris, of Mrs. C. A. Moody. in Starke Thursday and Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hersey had welcome to attend.. all. Come and bring your frlo;
sonville were visiting Mr. JaCk-I Mrs.'Raymond Seacrest left Fri- and Mrs. Zeannoua Williamsare as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and -S S
IS = ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 B. day night for Hollandale to makeit the proud parents of a baby Mrs. J. H. Hammock and little son. Misses Audrey and Mildred Nor- The Indian population of the When people declare they
Thomas, recently.Mr. her homo, Mr. Seacrest having boy, born Friday, Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hersey and lit- man were the guests of Miss Agnes United States has been placed at not care a fig," no reference tog
Mrs. J. W. Lewis and returned there a few weeks ago J. R. Mott attended church serv- tle son all of Jacksonville; Mr. and, Gordon of Raiford Sunday.Mr. 340,000, which experts figure to be fruit is Intended. "Fig" Is from
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and Johnnie, and daugl from the CCC camp near Raiford ices at Graham Sunday. Mrs. R. M. Hersey and children and and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs// Jr:? approximately the same number Italian word "fico," iieanio|
i t+ sons,Lula L. O. Mae, spent Sunday at where he had. been employed for Rev. G. E. McCauley held serv- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey of and little daughter Violet, of Rai that roamed the country when Columbus -,.snap pf the fingers.
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Graham with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. the past several months. Mrs. Sea- ices at the Baptist Church Sunday. Theressa.Mr. ford and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har discovered America. I .
crest, before her marriage. was Miss Eliza Dukes and Sam and Mrs. Lee Thomas and nage and children of this section Baby kangaroos are born bin
o Dyal. Miss Willie Mae Reddish and her Dukes of Dukes were guests of Mr. children of Hellbronn spent Sunday were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Some Japanese women sleep on and only as large as man's flJ
j Purvis, L. O. and Johnnie LewIs many friends wish her much hap- and Mrs. H. P. Gainey Saturday. with Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Thomas.Clarence M. McRae of Pine Level Sunday. wooden pillows in order not to I yet they find their way to u
k: ; spent part of this week at Hlneivllle piness in her new home. Among those attending church Andreu of Lake City Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mile Har- muss their hair. I mother's ponch without asslstaa
q' ; Ga., with their brother-in-lai .

p$ :t and Mr.sister and,Mrs.Mr. and F. W.Mrs.Reynolds W. S. Ray.and; "KEEPING UP WITH THE ONESES"--Better: Than NRA j, ---By POP MOMAND .

h c children of Graham spent Sunday 1 >" Kr rr 1CLOSE
here with Mrs. Reynolds' parents e THA- '" *CTTENT ON DoIootT eNTastTAIN: 'UR FRIeNDS slow'flil9 too "YOU( THINK
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Howard and TO I.1B DONT BVKR LET THe FUOOt IN 'THe I I coo A D/W! WITHOUT DoOR LJIVLOCkED- DON'T
and GCItuEtOw.DON'T
?} *i, children; Mrs.Ellen E. ,Howard of Fairbanks LIlT DIRTY DISMK& STAND .IN TUB ,ii000n TAKB ANY ADVICI!!. FROM MY HUSBANDON'T ?,''ljloh'W'IIi ii!::I>!'L.i' ;!.. 'YOU t DON'T DO ? BET ''
{ daughter, Miss SINK -- DON'T0UAMBUAM aveR- -. aReAl. MY GOOD ,P!: j' MA'AM..
t ,. attended church at Rock last Sunday -. .ii': Ct-4INA. OON'T.VIR. .IJ,\I I'f' I: Doisi'T Do
"' ''i and were dinner guests of Mi. ; ; .-- SI..UH-BIoAMe. I: ,,1' ANY.THING!
L and Mrs. R. B. Thomas. I, ...-- ,
:" Mrs. Mack Hunter and son. Lei i 11 cZ.,

"L' /: of Lake City were visiting her "d'i i.': t44/ e
+.. ,. brother, J. W Lewis and sister, .1 4ir .
t* 'J, Mrs. J. B. Thomas, here last weal ''HjW; /1 -f i Flu) {!
; : Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes spent Ili) 1 i -
5 i last Sunday here. : TIC I ,liiillo!ill / ---
Y' 1 ffJ a Services were conducted at Roc 'h

1 ,t( Church last Saturday and Sunda il:
1t; by the pastor, Eld. Lloyd Johns
"F1, ;cq i and Eld. E. N. Anderson.
Services at Deadon Church Sunday i -
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conducted /l 1Illy
;;, afternoon were by, rs
I f.1 the pastor, Rev. G. E. McGauley of --

.'<) Brooker. I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Not So Bad---After All |I
I Thomas and
m ;; Mr, and Mrs. H. IB. _
sons of Jacksonville were visiting
a Mr. Thomas' parents Mr. and Mn ; Li;: 1
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J. B. Thomas, here. during the T11RT wtMIY MAN! MAKES N* 30 MAD WMEfl THEY ..UOO.UMQ aN A ft KM HERO
{ week-end. MIS CAREIESSMtS3 IZ fMOuC1 HAS HOOtA' WHM COM I OUT HUSBANDSCEKTAkHLY 1 w (XOU RE JUST THE FINEST
f I Miss Foy Stokes returned horn 10 ORty! ANY M1OMi.M CRALYASME HANGER IS- vt'S JUST I wAS OUT W.UT' V HAJSWKNO IN TILE
c'a; Sunday after spending last week $ ALL OVER TN! RUGSNEwSOAOEas NMVXUVU.Y Ik VKC* OF- O 7- WORLD!

1 i at the tung oU farm with ber ThROWM AMYWr4mEM I rSNwTLESS GOOD TORNOTHING VV I Ic
T brother a-d sister-in-lay, Mr. and MAPPP % W 6! WHEN BUN\ I e .0
:" Mrs. Elmer Stokes. ME3 'THROUGH wTtr ? I

', ?1 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett wen IAEM!1 1O N e I

r 't visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes .0 @0 rr,: VOr. .
Sunday afternoon.
f t,.,r k l L. O. and Johnnie Lewis, Arch
Mann, Miss Foy Stokes, Miss Elvli 1
Mann and Miss Lula Mae Lewis
fI, were visiting at the home of Mr
as. $ t and Mrs. Resale Carlton Sunday

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$' Miss Rhoda Thomas returned tc
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1r I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B..- '
f after spending a while here with :
Thomas.
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Mr.. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and 1IA
;f, .':)f children, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.4L ... i. .. "_...v.

Thomas and daughter, Miss Hazel,, .

Morgan attended Wednesday.the funeral of Tommie ti THE l'IAINjuil.YBu THING ON MAIN Tlllitl"'" By','L""F.Va" 'Zelmf.


Services. were conducted at Little _
Rock Church Saturday and Sundayby ..EpISOM_ ..
j I if TUAT OLD GO'6IP .,__ e the pastor Rev. Lloyd Johns. ,
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IUME ONE STARK FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 193-1' NUMBER TWENTY y


COMEDYDRAMASHOW SCHOOL ...: =: DWIG HEALTH NURSE BUSYIN SPOKEN ENGLISH
EDITORIALS D -' By' COUNTY SCHOOLS
ON LOCAL STUDENTS AWAIT 11

SSSBSS '.....i .1'.Jlijilli.. c r"Y ,r te( UK*, $t. sftooVAVXOT WCf/L Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, county health
tai to the Best Interest of SCHOOL STAGE .- -. 'K L 'p' r. 'met, ..hp nurse, and her assistant Miss Beverly PLAY, ANXIOUSLY J .
wAet have worked in the
man SCHOOLPatrons' (( Mr31. Tits taROEN aVa Cady, -
IIADFOBD -oductlon Also Seen At Keystone $ wMtiOEato 1.tn m Ala D Starke school for the past week. On Production I... PromisingPupils
ills, and Alwn l'eo Heights Last Thursday --s: tie 11a a Tb tnatrlra. ,Tuesday of this week they visited Compose Monologues And 't
Evening AlL Rt6NT. 3PECK. ItiAt 7tta f3anot.t wall.A the Hampton school. On Wednesday Readings Also '
EDITORIAL STAFF ""wt' ,;. Kl Ldl! Slse tJf VOJM+ morning a dental examination --
"Black-Eyed Susan," the much v %,40 Cot FtlztlMU/C.* / / Y al I.D'R flab, day Fa1R.t of Miss Rosalind Jacobs' Sixth (One of a series of Interviewswith I

I Ilo..d.Edltor.ln.Chl.fhy discussed drama of the school for .escafs Fla P' Stn' 'l' Stn wad not next 7CN. Grade was conducted by Dr. O. L. teachers.) s3 y
[ Bapp Asst. Editor-In-Chiet /( C R, I
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Haynes. Thursday morning
the past month, reached its climax b UCK to i/OOD'1/ 4oJ ( yp Miss Hazel Mlddleton's Spoken
I Johns.___Manager Editoror 1'ti Iwo 4Apttt S TNa tine I t el Miss Strickland's division of the
Harley....Asst.- Manas. Editor Friday evening as it was shown to $ Wetdlt IISSeo Ht:0. fEAY. '- Sixth Grade examined Dr. I English class has been accomplishIng j
an audience of patrons in the auditorium SMiEARtO e E was by Interesting work recently. '.
\Lon '.--- <. _Bxehant;* Editor / Qtle0. 1tr! GaQOevratt. J. W Brownlee. Other will very
START cet grades
i thy Marwlok___Aast. Ex. Editor of Bradford High. Pre up tN lhE EAR The students have written clever, 'h't
e Jackson__._--Literary Editor viously, patrons of Keystone YESfeADM Jul? i be examined as soon as they can original monologues and now they I
be reached.
to Snyder Asst. Literary Editor Heights were privileged to have it are working on original readings. '
tr' SchneU___.-___Sports Editor shown them Thursday night Feb- OF News cEito.lT c- WtJj1' Mrs. Alvarea Is seeking out cases I In the near future they are to "
e, BlgfS. __....Asst. Sports Editor ruary 1. The cast, composed almost bakers. Fos.NO of affliction or need In families In :begin work o" "Elmer," a play, la'
dklnsSociety Editor 'AOSCAtflety this county, and case referred
d entirely of members of the any which It is
seems promising. being ,
ty Oodwln,__ ___Joke Editor to her will receive careful consideration.
?- faculty and student body of the local I '
looked forward to with much, Interest. t'
I. Jr. Asst. Joke Editor (
Anderson ,. .
high school, again performed
r' Austin_ ___________Reporter 41i7ij ),, 'r
Entertainment Friday afternoon at 1:30: o'clock The Starke school la fortunate Perhaps some of our.plassmates

oo |lm Brownie*_______..-Reporter before an audience of school chil that the nurse's office is in Its ar.d "fellow-students" will in the 1V ,"I
Primary and Elementary dren.. No complaints were heardas building for she Is busy with emer- time to come be known as famous } ', !
11 to the "money's worth" phase genies In every spare moment. writers, poets, and dramatists. Who y
IllOVING YOUR READING of the show. However, we must share our nurse knows ? N
EFFICIENCY In the drama, a comical situation Ak IGAr c J with Brooker, Hampton, and Law

1o'1 rile reading an assignment opens the first scene, with five old Elementary News
something: definite you are
maids bewailing their predicament.At tey.VARIED
ling for, such aa answers, to their meeting, it is decided to i .. PROGRAM
Itlona, etc. The poor reader advertise for gardeners for. their I FOt'IlTH' GRADE t''

Ir' sees the point because he Is garden, but the indirect object is ... GIVEN FRIDAY IN We have a new pupil in our '
| looking for any parttcularg. to draw men Into the town. In response room, Margaret Silcox, who came ) I
You may be aided In finding came five men, Roscoe REGULAR CHAPEL from Penney Farms ?' t

j main points of an assign.t Sampson Jimmie Simpkins, Elmer .. .' 'r"" We have been studying about (,
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by: Tompkins, Abner Snigglns, and .,:.".,. .,,i!f't, >,: ",'f\\-' .. .' Period Featured By Songs DIUIO- Holland, In geography, and have
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making a brief ouUlne In Proto Hiram Catchbug, played by .:, Ing, Speaking And Announcements drawn many Dutch pictures. } 5
own words. Robert Chapman, Mr. Howard, t 11" 1- Wednesday was report card day +h
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nderlinlng the most Importantences. Sullivan Carter Coach Larson, and again.
Mr. Montieth, respectively. These Many activities of school life We had a skating contest last
loading the summary (if therene bachelors team up with Misses MIranda were involved In the regular as- week. Doris Kruno won for the
) of a chapter and lookingthe Herringbone, Polly Prim, .c. /, sembly program last Friday at B. girls and Harry Kellum for the ,
( points emphasized there. Lotta Nabornews, Prudence Bod- H. S. Almost every phase of act- boys tl
laying particular attention to kins, and Letty Pennyf eather, play ing heretofore employed In pro Othma Haynes brought a bowl of
graph headings. ed by Rosalind Jacobs, Martha ..c.REC''oc'T grams was seen briefly in the period flowers for our room to enjoy.
lon't skip techlncal terms. Brownlee, Annie Mae Pearce, Thel of which Mrs. Hoffman's home MRS. HART.
Vying particular attention to ma Silcox, and .Mrs: Wainwright, w ".... room had charge.

j charts, maps, tables and respectively. The scenes of the Mr Gray first took the stand for KLKMKNTAKY!: PROGRAMThe

bhs. courtships were the occasion for the customary. announcements, '
o many a merry guffaw from the which the Elementary Department'
DOWNS From Z SENIORS among wero coming the following program, Thursday S
KEEPING CLEAN spectators.Two BALDWIN Gossip A To SELECTINVITATIONS show, "Black-Eyed Susan," and gave
(tudents of B. H.' S. are askinga negroes Uncle Ed, playedby basketball and diamond ball activi Feb. It:
new building. It is true that the local comedian Charles BRADFORD GIRLS You remember that old song, FORCOMMENCEMENT 1. A recitation by Betty Hayes '

need more space, but we have Pender, and Mandy, alias Mrs. WEDNESDAY P. M. "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" ties.Mrs.. Wall then led a song, "On (Miss Shepherd's room), '
proven ourselves able to take Hart, fitted in very good where"haints" don't you? Well, It is becoming ward Christian Soldiers." 2. A song, "My Shadow"Puplhtfrom .
; of our old, present building. and superstitions were In popular again-at least among Mr Wilber Scott, local minister, Mrs. Mitch's room... .
jve cannot keep an old buildingn volved.To Visitor Rack Up 9-0 Decision; those that are giving and attend PUn To Make Onler During Week; next gave a short address on the 3. "My Grandma's Cookie Jar"
and neat, we cannot expect a complete the cast, the hero Whirlwinds Show VastImprovement ing the "vanishing teas." Mrs. T. Bewail Continued Lack Ofl'rlvUegN subject, "What Are You Building -Sara Barefoot (Mrs. Waln-
Let's that we can and Su- T. Long started these popular teas wrlght's room).
.one. prove and heroine, Phil Langdon ?" We must not construct our '
|p up a new building by cleanup sana Van Cort, played by A. E. off In the younger set by giving a lives lop-sided or deficiently, no 4. A recitation by Dorothy 7'
the school and making It Wall and Mary Pearce, after many The B. H. S. girls' sextet droppeda lovely bridge party at her homo. The Seniors have chosen their invitations more than a carpenter would builda Green (Mrs. Hart's room).
.eatable. If other schools, with trials called It hitching up time and very close, hard fought game to This was followed by a "get togeth to Commencement. The building topheavy or sidewise, B. Harmonica solo, by Jack Halle
ted Janitor service, can keepn made up. Susan was supposed to the Baldwin High girls' team last er" party given by Misses Martha Invitations are very attractive and the speaker!: said. And now is the (Miss Perkins' room),
we can be very popular, but in reality had Wednesday afternoon, on the Brad Powell asd Lillian Sternberg at the quite novel. A class meeting will time of development; It Is the timeof 0. A song, -"Black-Eyed Susan K
toolBy Jimmy Peek. no beaux. A. E. substituted himself ford court, by score of 9-6. TheB. home of Miss Powell. Miss Martha be held /soon to determine the col decision.!< We must put away Brown"-By Betty Green (Miss s +
for dummy that Mary had H. S. girls have shown a vast Brownlee and Miss Lois Actklny ea- ors and other questions of importance. childish things and begin planningour Pearce's room),
been necking, and the romance improvement in playing since their tertalned next with a tea' at tho lives! and careers. 7. Piano solo, "Orandmother'sMlnuet"Margaret

The Question Box rtarted when Mary began neckinghim previous engagement with the homo of the latter. Following this But what about the Senior privileges Sidney Hershfleld and Callie Lowry (Miss
1 Baldwin outfit, having lost the first delightful affair Miss Bunnie Ca. Jacobs' room), 5
by mistake. But the outcomesaw ? That /seems to have been! Strickland executed a 'novelty +
Gran'pap Wlsdome, Editor( five old maids, their matches, contest by a margin of forty pointsas nova entertained with a bridge forgotten. The Seniors should teamwork tap-dance with the aK! 8. Clog dance, by Callie Strick
and the hero and heroine parading compared to a scant three In party at her home. The last of have the opportunity of having die- of a walking cane. land. s

Lawtey, Florida, through an array of chorus girls, the latter. More capable officiating these delightful affairs to be given tinct privileges. So far, we've only Eight girls of the "Black-Eyed
Feb. 2, 1934. who performed admirably duringthe is no doubt one answer to the among the younger set so far wasa been able to march first In an r Gran'pap: entire show, in which they saw change in score. dance given by Misses Lois Long of the rooms and chapel, but Susan" and'paraded about on the the motor make about the same
fly Intense curiosity somehow considerable action.' CaHle Strickland, forward, has and Marjorie Stump Saturday that has been a regular custom. stage for awhile amount of noise And another
ices me to turn to your munltl.t 1- The drama total "gate" of the been captain of-the 1934 girls team, night at the home of Miss Long. Sadie Prince, tap-dancer, gave a third of the noise 'Is made by an ?'+f
'self in the offering\of such three shows and program ads is reported with Marjorie Marwick, guard, act- The play, "Black Eyed Susan," Elementary Honor Roll nifty exhibition of the art to the agent known as flutter

eflcient information, being.fully to be $116.20, from which, ing as alternate captain. that was given In Keystone. I I approval of the spectators. She JMOTICM OF ADOPTION "
re of the' experience thereof, after all expenses were paid, the Dorothy Turner played at Doro- Heights Thursday was well attended I First Grade (D & O)--Robert* was an outstanding performer In !. tae (,'1..." v..." at tae Tw..
t I might possibly satiety my I school received $33.70. thy Marwlck's guard position and by the people to of like that commu actIng" Whitfield, Norman Carroll, Mack the big show also. In Mites l ....JaiHi'lnl for llrndforil Circuit(,..of..,Klorldwt.,
ement passions. Perhaps you I The grand total "gate" of the Grace Adkins filled in for Captain nity. They seem "good Futch, Bryan Harrell, Thomas Wll. To complete the program, TUB nTATW OV ...1..OUUA.rN".lo. :
to identify the subject aboutch I was a production of and managed Callie Strickland at one of the for too. llama, Barbara Keen, Louise Edwards Charles Fender, tenor, sang dnr. I of* hereby Kthrunry given' A.that D. on thI4tk at. '
I am concerned. Why Be- .exclusively by the Wayne P. Sewell ward posts. Grace Adklns and Mil r saw quite crowd of the -Olive Ray, teacher. "Black-Eyed Susan Brown," a different 6:00: o'clock P M., or us n'"r p I
se you lack that Intuitive sus- Producing Co., of Atlanta, and under dred Hundley both played a good I'"younger set" around .at LolaLong's First Grade (A & B-Paul) Andrews number from the one given after a..n.4 l as Intend can to b.apply heard to, the Honorabl undnrl ;' .

tlbility which remains Innate. the direction of Frances Jean- game at forward. Sunday. Someone must Gene Noegel Edward Ricks, by the chorus girls.Bright A. Z. Adklni, ".. rushes out of you with the seml- ette. have found out that-she had some Marnln Leach, Garnlta Hutto Eva Court of the Twenty-sixth Judicial r
Wednesday's ,
The lineup in game Circuit of Florida In and for Ilrad ... i
refreshments. Bet it Lois A.
lousness of your human sarco- was:. Guard, Marjorie Marwick, ( was ) I Todd, Addle Tyler, Dorothy Jean SayingsBeans ford County, at hi* office In Sturke. r v
noth- Bunnie and Kitty were -visitorsat Florida, or whurever h* then be,
gus. Possibly know Mad Middleton may
you
of Williams e ,
House -
of the g
"Fall Turner centers Marjorie
Dorothy .
; the State Farm Sunday. for an order authorising' I the under- r;
-
about it neither do L So I will
; Stump and Myrna Frank; forwards teacher. ala-ncd to adopt France Alderman, a
lain it to you. But-you muste Usher" Grace Adklns and Mildred Hund Miss Lula Redgrave baa two First Grade-Esther Grlffls" Lyle Him minor INA WIIITB. ?' I
patience. A person can car ley. charming young girls, visiting her Anderson-Thelma Sllcox teacher A teacher called for sentences UEU C. WHITE t
water in a sieve If he baa pa- A dramatization on "Fall of the Second Grade-Donald Bagwell, uolng the word "beans." 1.28ll1tll.U
ce enough to wait until It House of Usher." by Louise Snyder, now.Robert Chapman had a visitor Russell GattinRay Johnson, Doris Joe Shuford, brightly: "My father -

zee over. English III: Reminescences over the week-end, Bob Lucky, Goodge, Willie Mae Kersey, Marga. grows beans." r,
our enchantment of solution Scene In Roderick ,Usher's I from DeLand. ret Stringfellow Thelma: Silcox, Annie Laurie: "My mother
made such an impressment Characters Roderick Usher, Let us see what the classes of Everybody seemed "sorta 11eepy"around teacher. cooks beans."
n me that I feel obliged to put study. 1920 and 1921 are doing at the here the first of the week, Second Grade-Llllle Dell Davis, Norman Johns piped"" up: "We
question before : By what Usher. Doris Mae Odessa Griffia are all human beans.
Mandeline
you present: The week-end must have been too Gaffney, ,
ins do you maintain sucb ant Roderick Usher Is seated in his of Thelma EtarllEgLucllo:: Edward! -
Carr Colley-He Is manager a much for them. The teachers reported
power of response chair before a large fire when he teacher. Cradle SnatchingFirst
large hotel in New York City. that hardly any of the pupils
will take this unusual occasion which tells him Griffin Kangaroo: "AnnabelleWhere's ,
hears soft footsteps law seemed Third Grade-Doris Violet
Hollis Knight-Prominent very bright Monday.
ay< that I am highly gratified of the approach of his beloved sister of Starke. He Is married and Johnson Lucile Edwards, the baby?" L.
honored to have access to such Mandeline. yer children. teacher. Second Kangaroo: "My good- .... More than 6O*
attractive
advisable person as your noble Mandeline: My dear brother, has Telfair three very Long-Married Myrwln BRADFORD BOYS Second Grade (A-Joe English, ness, I've bad my pocket picked." choice Havana fiJU*. 51i

representing, do, the in? Charles Jones Keeffee Pitts Harold plus other choice
as you may I come > Jackson of Baconton, Ga., In 1929. WIN BY DEFAULT IBS*
dom' elite, fashion, and intellecthis Roderick: Surely Mandellne, He resides in Starke. ,Prevatt, Olin White, Nina Dally Quake ported tobacco .... s fuete.ndaromsfoaad
great and thriving age. And you know your presence is always FROM BALDWINVisitors' Bishop, Ruth Click, Marjorie Davis A rrash of glass and a thunderclapAs
t's what I call giving you taffy welcome. My :Mandeline you are Doris scott-Married Mr. Stan Kathleen Stockwell. Patsy a door slammed and the house only la higher priced
ultum in parvo mutandis gotE so beautiful today. How can God ley Carnell of Ormond. Ruth Wainwright, Alberta Wood- quivered; dgu.iht's
from Lucile Tatum-Married Rawson Coach Halts Contest DurIng A clatter of hoofs, a loud "gld- JOHN
: rheumatism flumken epizoo- be so cruel. to take you away ward-Mrs. H. C. Ritch, teacher. RUSKIN standard
Davis, cashier of the Bank of First Quarter To Avoid dap"- of
me? Sixth Grade-Doris Cress Jean '
'r
E ow, coming down' a notch, Mandeline: Don't say that Rod- Starke.. They have two attractive I Hostilities Davis, Lumanda Dyal, Vernon Our bottle of milk has been deliv- } value.

you may as well as drag erick. I only hope the days wantbe Uttle girls. Dyal Irene Goodge, Jenelle Hutch ered. ;{ br, Don' be tnle'eJ by
..._. .. )
Graduates The Bradford
of 1921
..uat old dictionary' : ana wipe much longer until I can leave : High boys quintetwon lags, Mary Jane Judd, R. E. Jones, old time brand."m.rk.d fitr"
dust earth of torture for Mona Alderman -- Graduated a short lived contest from the RaJa I Bah! n.w I
there off,before proceed- this. miserable Alice Peterson-Edna Strickland, down to )
through its crisp and agedes. me, 'and go where there la no suf from the Florida Statue College for Baldwin High team by a 6-0 score, teacher Not only has the Bradford County Sa"JOHN RUSKIN gtt

And thus shall conclude fering. You will be alone then, but Women at Tallahassee where she gaining 'revenge for the 20-12 Sixth Grade--Margaret Pearce, boy made good amongst his fraternity ,, le I the .*/)>cigar giving' .
letter have a has been Instructor of music ever trouncing inflicted by. that team friends, but he was listed f .
which without a doubt, you remember you very Margaret Lowry Juanita Barefoot, : you full 1933 velus
1 drive you to Webster, and dear friend that you haven't seen since. recent{,. Ralph Rhodes, Jesse Ricks, Tommy among nine of the university's ath- i! for 5 cauls.Try .
|ybe nuts. for some time. I advise you to' Ruby Mae Poppell-Married to Bradford was declared the winner Ritch, Emmett Ferryman. Willa bates to receive the coveted letterof your
Inquisitively yours write to Edgar and ask him to visit' Warren Perkins. She has taught by default when, a short while Vlda. Kllllngswortb Billy Jackson, the Icn' Ubetaoln sbrd cmf 1 a few today fY '
LESTER 8CHNCUU you. I to would like once more to school in Lawtey for several years before the first quarter bad elapsed -i I Billy Sllcox Mary Elizabeth Smith vhf vbgkvv Ton will enjoy every i y1' "
before the end. Aileen Alvares-Married William the Baldwin coach stepped out -
Oak Ridge, Florida. see him Rosalind Jacobs, teacher pub
Feb. 4, 1934. Roderick: That la a splendid RandalL They have two attractive on the court and led his boys away, "I see she's let her hair go dark
ir Lester: Idea Mandeline; I will do It at children. They are now residing In declaring that in consideration of OUR PRESIDENT again." TM I IJ

'11\ afeared ;you'll experience In- once. There is) no one dearer,_other Jacksonville.. the present roughness of the con -- "Yes off the gold standard. tSBe
te postmonement la the recep- than you, than dear Edgar. Now Carl ,Johns-Popular businessman test, a free for all might result (By Lamar Smith) Thai A,. ir.rewet .
my meagre reserve time laAte run along and lie down;, you will of Starke. At present be is later. The coach surely must have When President Roosevelt took the Until the movie theatres began padeenabl.L1.eYCtIri111atit,110ra1f..ta4N.j..
with me at a time when my feel better. I have ordered the ser city clerk of Starke. He is mar- had good reason for such an action, stand advertising them, Sumpter Harley
Nously ridiculous and ornery In- vant to have mutton for your dinner ried and has one little daughter. for he would not have led his boys : He took it with an oath; thought added features meant ?"
altlon, aa the valuable occupa- tonight-you were always I so Levy Canova.Successful pharmacist off as a beaten team otherwise.. And In the oath he told the plan double chins. JohnRusfcio f fI
i of my geagre reserve time lamitely fond of it.Mandeine. of this city. Despite the short length of the He believed would bring prosper -
[ essential: to the accom- : Dear brother you Harry Canova-Popular radio : contest. It Is officially- a victory'for ity to the land. ;Mr. Larson "First, I'll take
hment .of thi execution of ex- are so kind to me and I know some entertainer over' : station WJZ, New Bradford. Though the trials of life he shall some sulphuric acid, and then I'll
'lenclng the thrill of a da.a'Ja- day we shall meet again in another York. The Bradford lineup included: meet,, take some chloroform"
benevolently' undertaken and world and find happiness together Maggie Maxwell-Married Claude Guards. Torode and; Futch; center His motto is, "You are never beat Senior: "That a good Idea.'*
ted But-shucksf TaU baby agaln.o' louaer.. They are now living in ,Shuford; and forwards Harley Till failure 1* waiting at your feet. BEST AND BIGGEST
bother Alabama and Overstreet. President Roosevelt: told ,..his Printing
my .atellect;' commute Mandoline leaves. was brought to America CIGAR VALUE
With me < lions are JuveaileOy Inclined writing desk and grieve at the Paul Revere was a'-cartoonist Wrist watches date as, far backs When you are sick and work begins a stable place by Benjamin. Frank. r i '+1 1a

:*our proguosfrtoua prodigy thought of his dear>Mandeline with successful engraver goldsmith bell the middle of the Seventeenth. ,' Ifs to whom all American printers OADnBSVILLB CA1TDT 'OO.

,GRAJTPAP.. ,WISDOME.. only a few,weeks. ) to live.--.: t and cannon, founder, and soldier. Century, tl Take your medicine- with a grin" look as their particular patron. !

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y PAGE FOUR __ ___ ___ __ _____BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE.. FLORIDA. ,__, FRIDAY. :FEBRUARY,/, ,
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Brooker Couple To Celebrate Baptist Circles Meet FARMERS EXEMPT HARRY MINER'' RECOVERS

Golden Anniversary; Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock' FOR ;;X00 POUNDS'f AFTER FRACTURING NECK

8ciet : and A.Crosby Mrs.; Orle'Wlg&1na and :Mrs; H. H; PaWi I'
lJ Mr, Mrs. Phillip ; Contlneud"rroci, ; l Friends of Harry ,)flUer,..", former ,
of toe. Brooker Carroll Were i joint hostesses tq
lifelong residents hogs with respect to k poutftj, if the resident of Starke,'will be gladto
section, will be at bpme.tb"'their membera of" Circle No.,.JL ,at theWlgglns fallowing bag products Jl the
,. ': \ ? .dpld y hear that he Is now able to receive -
relatives and friends Sunday m the home where a mgae"en'" 1
; ''r pr9 du<:er of the hggs;, ..: ,friends at his Jacksonville
---- form of a reunion the occasion be- Joyable afternoon was spent. ConversionFactor .
horn' 'following an accident In
W. M. S. Circles McLendon Mrs. A. Z. Adkina.. Mrs. ing the fiftieth anniversary of their The devotional was presided over which h'siletal.Ged.'a'{ broken.neck.,
O. L. Beasley Mrs. M. Edwards, marriage which was solemnized by the leader Mrs. E. C. Priest and Article Per Cent
Met Monday Mrs. A. F. Saula, Mrs. W. Gt Halle February 12. 1884., closed with tt prayer by Mrs W. J. Dressed carcass._.__.., 132.CK The mishap occurred In Miami

: The circles of the Womana Missionary Mrs. W P. Smith, Mrs. Sewell Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby who have Epperson .CCh: .;, business meeting Lard r,__-,..__._..__,. 11000 where Mr. Miner'had gone on business Oldest:Fire Engine
Society of the Methodist I* D. Green Mra. A. W. Redgrave, passed the'three score and possibly followed after which. the remaltide/, All fresh frozen, in cure as,. a representative of the ,
i Church met Monday K afternoon, Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. Titus Olson ten milestone of age will have to of the attel'Doonwaa spent,In sew- or barrelled pork, 'drY Ford Motor Company. While testing in America

Circle No. 1 being:: entertained by and Miss Ruby Lilly. help them celebrate this occasion tag for the..q&rtte& basket. Mrs; P. 'salt cured pork.__...__. 132.OC a heavy machine his car went
..... .
.
.
M. embankment, it said. h.1698........
;Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Mrs.1 ,W. H. their eleven children who with I Barefoot Invited the circle to All pickle-cured pork.._. 125.0C over an, was '...w..... tr...le ....
Struth and Miss Kate Struth, at U. D. C. EntertainedBy their families, other relatives and meet at her home:Thursday afternoon All smoke pork______.__ 14000 Mr. Miner was badly injured and w... It....ad -uash.kd.t ?q.
:Mrs.. Vlalng" home. Mrs. .T. J. Mrs. Roberts In Lawtey friends will make this a joyous occasion the afternoon to be spent in was taken to a Miami hospital. !
All dried
cooked or
Griffin circle leader presided over sewing:, completing articles for the canned to Jacksonville iMlMMr-.... trtlh. ,... ._.
He returned
for these Brad- several
prominent
.
II.14 >
The W. T. Weeks pork .__-.... 178.00 -.. .-..... hen.
the business session; and at this Chapter circle basket. The circle decidedto his neck k aeh
ford County citizens. days ago. Although
"In order to obtain the foregoing w0.d tW New N toI,..
.
time a beautiful painting was presented United Daughters of the Confederacy make sunshine bags for"Mrs. H. It will be that is encased in a cast, he .is said to hMh. .,--. ... '-- ...1. ..
by Mra. C. L. Stockwell the met Wednesday afternoon in Music Study Club D. Hemingway to cheer her whiteshe exemption, necessary be resting comfortably now. -........-,. -
the producer keep a complete record .
same being: placed In the parson- Lawtey and were entertained by Is convalescing from a broken Mr. Miner la well known here InautomoUve'c1rcles"atld ". .
age. In behalf of the society Miss Mrs. G. W. Roberta Mrs. Effle MIner To Meet FridayThe hip as the result of a fall sometime the beginning with the first day which of has'a'wide U...UlU..J.(|'1 M.I.MflMMuId........for Ulk v..U....
Amelia Ray made a ',,speech' of and Mrs. Annie E. Dinklna at Fortnightly Music Study present marketing year circle of acquaintances.' ....-. ... ,... .- -"
? thanks to Mrs. Stockwell tor'her'arttsUc' Mrs. Roberts' home. Club will meet tonight (Friday) at ago.During'the social hour the.hos- la November B, 1933 and ending .
November 4
of the total
1934
gift The Mrs. O. L. Beas 7:30 o'clock at the home of Col. .
president : tesses served a salad course with number of live '"Twas the'NIght Before ChristI I HAROLD C.
The program topic was "Promot ley presided and In the absence of and Mrs.H.'V Knight. Mrs. D. E. coffee pounds the weight in whichslaughtering so mae" famous Christmas poem, WAIINSURANCE
slaughtered month
World the the secretary Mrs. E. L. Biggs Knight will have charge the pro ; "
ing Friendship Among: Mrs. Arthur Milliken was a visi- was dee with the to- first was published on Dec. 23,
Children" the program being;' in acted as secretary pro tem. After gram and the "Life'and Works of 1823.
tor at this meeting. tal live weight,used by himself his It was written by Dr. Clem-
the business session, the historian Chopin" will be heraubject.B. .
charge of Mrs. Thelma Johns, who ent Clark Moore. STARKE;
was assisted by Mrs. W.. A. Bes- Mrs. H. B. McLendon. read ,three: Members'present besides the I household,.or his family employees; FLORn
santo Jr, Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs essays on the subject of "An Out- Y.P.; U. Hears :Visitors hostesses were t; Mrs. R. A.Thomas and the total amount sold." --
'
'W. A. Scott and Miss Kate Struth. standing Pioneer In My HomeTown ,Mrs, W.,A. Feeler, Mrs. W. J. From the foregoing it will be' SULTANA, DELICIOUS
s The worship service was conductedby ," the essays read were about Sunday evening at-thelr-regular Epperson :Mrs. G. H.. Bennett. Mrs. seen that the 300 pound exemption men
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman., Mrs. Mary Todd of Lawtey. Col. meeting at the Baptist Church the J, .H,"Hundley, Mrs..R. R. Hutch- cannot be allowed until the/; expira-
Mrs. Vlnlng Mrs. Struth and W.T. Weeks and Col. C. L. Peekof Senior Intermediate and Junior B. Ings,,.:Mrs. .Iy ,1.,Green, Mrs. E. C. tion of the marketing year, Nov. 4, PEANUTBUTTEK
Miss Kate Struth served l bot)'tea Starke, and they were writtenby Y. P. U.'s with about fifty young Priest Mrs. H. E. Priest Mrs. 1934, and It will be necessary to '
and cookies to the following high school students Lester people In attendance enjoyed in- William'Norris, Mrs. P. M. Bare- keep the foregoing records for Inspection

;, guests: Mrs. W. E. Middle ton, Austin Martha Brownlee and LoIs teresting talks given by Rev. J..,C. foot. Mrs;'TB.. Johns, Mrs. L. A. at ,the time such exemption -
Mrs. O. I* Haynes Mrs.. F,' H. Long. ** Boatwright of Ocala and S, F Reynolds;/bdrs: W: H. Perkins. and la claimed. '
Long Mrs. N. T. Bitch Mrs.-,'!* A. During' 'the social (hour :Mrs. Strickland superintendent of the Mrs. Arthur Mllllken. The processing tax rate for the E Jar. :2-Lb. Jar
Davis Mrs. A.: H. GreeD. 1ie.' L.> George B.. Flynn accompanied by Sunday School of the First Baptist Circle No.: 3 met Monday afternoon month, of February Is $1.50 per R1TSr I
F. Smith, Mrs. Thelma John,"Miss Mrs. E. L,. Bigrgs, sang"two lovely Church of Ocala. Special music by at 3:00 'o'clock with Mrs. A. hundred, live weight or 1% cents i'2c 23clLb. I
Louise Smith, Mrs. C: C.| Smith numbers and little Miss Mary Edwards Miss Frances Hemingway was also M. Darby ;'In 'her spacious home per pound live weight. Beginning HER!ECONOMY RULtS .
Mrs. W. A. Scott Mrs.)!' rx. E. favored the company with a enjoyed. These young people,are which .was" tastefully decorated March 1, 1934, and thereafter, the
Knight, Mrs. Allan Simmons pf Mi 'beautiful piano solo entitled "PureAs taking much Interest in the.*church with magnolia boughs. The circle rate will be $2.25 per hundred
ami. Mrs. W. A. Bessant.. Jr..:Mrs. Snow." work and much credit is due'their leader Mrs._'E. W Hayes, opened pounds live weight or 2\i cents GRANDMOTHER'S, Fresh, Plain or Sliced

,f E. K. Ferryman Mrs. J,W* White The four hostesses served a dainty leaden.iir.li.A'Thomas'; : : ;, Mrs. the meeting with the ,beautiful, per pound live weight. ,
salad course to the following A. :M. Darby and Mrs:H::E. Priest hymn "Near the Cross," then she For additional information address BREAD 3, 14-oz. Loaves 21c
Griffin guests: Mrs. J. M.'Brownlee.; Mrs. for',their efforts In training,themIn read several verses from the Bible; the Collector of Internal Revenue -
'
H. Bitch and Mrs. N. F. GuUford. E. S. Matthews Mrs. A. :M. Darby the Lord's Work. followed ,with .a prayer, by Mrs. JacksonvUJ..FJorida. HEINZ, Delicious, With Cheese au-

Mrs; 'A. '''W. Anderson aid Mrs. Mrs.. E. L. Biggs. Mrs O. L. Beas: '. Darby.: .Norr"wn I...
J. F. Colley were hostesses' to>,-Circle ley, Mrs J. W. Andrews' Mrs. L. F.'' MRS. PERKINS RETURNS I The minutes of the last meeting ; UII. MACARONI 2 MedeCans'25c
'.(1 No. 2, at the home of the former Chapman Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. FROM TRIP TO GEORGIA .were read pwdnapprove1. Mrs'Dar- Notice to property.owners is ,
.
,Business was disposed,pf under H. B. McLendon. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, ...:...-1' '.I' by read a.poem 'Two Dreams hereby given that.I will be at the 'REALL FRESH O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAI
tl direction of the circle!, leader, Mr..W. I.,.Wal1 Mrs. Emma Ca- Mra. Bynum Perk&a' returned Worthy,and.Unworthy" which was following named places on the day

':.l' Mrs. Anderson, after which Mrs. A. nova. Mrs. George B..Flynn Mrs. Sunday from Cornelia, Ga., where greatly appreciated bythe circle. and; dates stated therein for the COFFEE Lb. 19c 21c 25c
r,;( Wood conducted the worship serve E. K. Ferryman Mrs. W, G. Halle she waa called last Thursday on Circle No.,3having; ; charge of purpose of assessing taxes for the

t.*, ice. Mrs. Titus Olson made an interesting and Miss Etta Tison., account of.the death of her'broth the Inside of the church will spend year 1934 to-wit: HEINZ: FRESH CUCUMBER''
,,!' talk on "World( Club er-in-law, J. B. Perkins. Mr..Perkins ThursdayFe IS cleaning same. I Lawtey. Monday February, 19
; News," pertaining to the c U.en'stl' Auxiliary Holds MeetingThe had been connected with the The following members spent an 'from 1:00: to 4:00 o'clock P. M- PICKLES 28-oz.Jar 23c

i work among those living In':forelgnt ladies of "the American Legion Southern Railway fo* a number of enjoyable afternoon with" the host New River Tuesday February "
ess Mrs. ...M:. 20 from 10:00: to 12:00 o'clock A.M.
Darby
countries. ;
; Mrs. Olson was assisted and considered '
t Auxiliary met at the Legion rears waa an authority ONE OP'TIIE
.'1.. 'with the program by Mnt[W. G. Hall Tuesday evening at 7:30 on traffic regulations' Mra. E._:L\. Biggs,, Mrs. R. A. Brooker. Tuesday, ,February 20 BEST FOODS

1 Halls and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Dur- o'clock for their regular meteing.After 'Mra. Perkins' friends Newsom Mrs;,,J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. from 1:00 to 4:00: o'clock P. :M. NUCOA Pound'12r
sympathizewith
ing the social period die'hostesses/ the regular business meeting her In this recent E. W. Hayes Mrs W. O. String- Graham,' Wednesday February
". served dainty refreshments the a social hour ,was enjoyed when Is recalled that she lost her death.moth-It fellow, Mrs,O..J. Griffls, Mrs. J.'L. 21, from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock P, :M.
following guests: Mr A.'L.'S; .,Hut- light refreshments were served Sllcox Mrs. Joe Edwards, Mrs. W. 'Theressa, Friday, February 23
erMra. J. A:
\ to, :Mrs. E. S. Matthews 145.1, ,R. B. the committee. by Ga., on December McDonald 11, last of year.Albany, L.Ethel Wall Moore., Mrs. A." M. Darby, Miss ,from Hampton 10:00 to. ITr1da.VVAhninrv 12:00: o'clock A. M.23.!, r DELICIOUS, Pure! Fruit Flavored GELATIN DESSERT
-
Mrs. Darby..served delicious an- from 1:00: to 4:00: o'clock: P. :M.: '
." gel food cake, ,fancy sandwichesand I respectfully request that all I SPARKLE 2 Pkgs. 9c|

.,.' spiced hot tea.FAVORITE. property owners make returns of ,
their properties. ,
RECIPES Very respectfully
M-T-- N. D. WAINWRIGHT. HEINZ ,, Hot Large Bot.

\ Spanish Salad Tax Assessor, ,KETCHUP. l .. .... ... .' :' 13c'19c
\ '" One cup of shredded cabbage,, Bradford County, Florida. QUAKER! MAID .,, .
one, cup of aced celery one-half
..1JI' can of chopped pimentoes; one PORK & BEANS 16-oz. Can 5c
package of lime or lemon Jello.
RITZ THEATRESTARKE TENDER GARDEN .
Dissolve the Jello in one-half cup.
1 of hot water and one-half cup of' ,'FLORIDA PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans ', 25c25c

i.; cold water end add the cabbage,. HALVES or SLICEDPEACHES
celery and pimentoes. Salt to taste.
) .4 GET y w, PROGRAMBEGINNING 3 No. 1 Cans '
Place In casserolp dish and put in .
MfEb "jftiKZ 1ri ice ,box to ch11Lv FEBRUARY 9 FANCY 70-80 Size

:. '. .Contributed. "
.
PRUNES 2 PoundsSmall '
15c
1t redone FRIDAY FEBRUARY 0 ;
,
Strawberry Cobbler
r'r> Line' deep|baking pan with pie "Design For Living"Fredrlo '

pastry. Add the strawberries that March Miriam Hopkins lARGE'JUICYORANGES

,',to; -.., have been washed .and stemmed Gary Cooper' Dozen tOe
?l. and add enough water to cover. Edward Everett Horton LARGE
Add sugar to'taste and cover with
,,'rod;.!, top pastry Cook until the pastry SATURDAY AND SUNDAY TANGERINES .3 Dozen '25e

Is thoroughly,done and la a' golden Above? ,The Clouds"Richard LARGE ,
.f brown. When done ,remove from
Vii r fire and chill. Cut in squares and Crontwell,'Dorothy WU-, LETTUCE, Head.. ,,7e
I gr'p' ,a serve with, whipped cream.' son, Robert'''Montgomery JUMBO : .

: EFORE ANOTHER PRICE ;;,,1w MRS.. Starke L. GREEN, Florida,' MONDAY1'AND TUESDAY CELERY,. Stalk 'lOc

.( : INCREASE '"Four 'Frightened FRESH ,
: CARROTS Bunch
Pecan Pie !%eFRESII

,; 'j j,t! i < > 1 ,11e ,fI....... de.p4 Mad It'KlenHftcally de- of I Two' cups, four of karo syrup, two, one table-cup People" ,
.., sugar eggs
';t : sl toned to give ye rr --,.eHon aoaliwt"'kid.. .r..'opt of flour one-fourth Clandetto'Cotfbert:Herbert Marshall 'BEETSI: : .. Bunch :tOe
I .. ..r:- .........I," spoonfuls' Mary Roland W ...Gorgan r0-. U; a/No: .'
;: 0 Fi.ss...Tlrw(rav*.,!*.* ( ClGu..Dlpped Cord '1Ise, pound butter, one cup of pecans 1
...' 1 Uitdw the Tread, flrvtft. additional. Blowout Protecflo (chopped in half),. and one tea- WEDNESDAY THURSDAY POTATOES, tO Pounds. 25cFRE8H
spoonful of vanilla. .
t ;, -a patented fJ........ (..(.(.. $760' f1\ Beat all together thoroughly and "Sitting Pretty" "-

El(, :; 3 FkMtoM Thei aw bulk with. ;the" EXTRA patented pro pour Into uncooked pie 'shells Jack Oakle, Jack Haley GROUND

(.. .. Gutn-Dipphr0 lay. .|1iah Stretch Cord,, adding IHI MASTUtriECI!, (makes two pies) and bake.In a Ginger Bo...... Thelma Todd MEAL or GRITS 5 Pounds ''tOe
hot oven for fifteen minutes and
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cover with meringue if desired ,WEDNESDAY., FEB. 14
QUALITY''' IN EVERY 'PRICE_ 'CLASS MRS: R. j. DAVIS IONA' BRAND "

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Friday evening, Feb. 16 at ATLASThe
7:30: o'clock at'Pine Level Church, CLEANSER

a the Rev. I*. O. Staunton a mission- OLD DUTCH 3 Cana 20c
ary to Japan, Korea and China,
I will give an:illustrated lecture on Standard Oil

his work in..those countries. You
SPARKLE DELICIOUS
CHOCOLATE
9LL. are invited to hear him. It will inspire Tire.Guaranteed
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1 your faith in God./ One -TearFrigidaire PUDDING
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'9. 19M BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE ..-*&' J'i'9fjj
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B Leylton> and son Jimmy, of COUNTY NURSE VISITS GRAY'TO' STEAK NO FEED FOR-POULTRY- ,_. CEREUS PLANT KILLED ,

Fargo O' ,!ere.''her. 'last week b.HAMPTON SCHOOL HOUSE i Prof. I* A. Gray, principal of the 'cw A offices her have been b"P """the beautiful night blooming ,p

vUltlng the fbrmer's brother; andslsstecIpIpwt i\ -, I Bradford County Hlgb School, will titled that the wheat feed soon to cereus plant owned by Mrs. Charles
Mr.. and Mrs. M. Mrs.. peak at the February meeting received here is not lnten led'} '
-J.ts of Alvarez/ oounty nurse, .rep., be < pr 0vrstreet was killed by the cold t
t ,.. ,. (II I ( Le.ton..,, L. : f' ). ,, ports an Interesting visit to .U> 1 'Wednesday' Feb. 14.; of'the[ WiIXn: pqultry' but,"for'fourvlegged alit(trOoula '\Ie&ther"it;: last week. This plant
..:v.t. J Wn's Club file subject">U iiTio I It Is also Wtxichihatl
V i"Mr'and' Hampton school on Tuesday alder, only. announcMl t krown-mjf' large and had
: ib\ "" : ::W. ; ,' asaa4, Jr, noon by her sand, her-i assistant. : Modern Trend of Education' ,*' tWo that this will be given'out'In: case bWmed-'tli e.nJ Unnfts within the j

: 'r N Mr; and Mrs.*:S. W.:Hayes and children :Miss Beverly it t Cady. She* reportsthis Gray la''well qualified ttt discuss 101 only where the livestock la starving Rot si\jnaon'thBl;\ '( .w4iiia great attraction -

Betty and Enos, and Miss school in excellent condition as phases of education and the prob- Miss O. Hudson, welfare for Starkeites when In'

Myrtla Strickland spent Sunday at to personal\'cJe .nllness and room lems of the school, having: been'inschool worker, must give final approvalfor bloom. At one time there were I ,

Concerning Our People. Business>* and Cedar Keys. neatness and general health. work for over. twenty year each application. over thirty blossoms which with a +S

W. W Bl\i Mrs 8i8 The cnildren were perfect intheir'attention'to' ASSOCIATION READY I I resemblance to the water lily are +r t '
Progress of the County and Town. )4ae
BUILDING NEW HOME! ,.
fragrant.
:(I >the health talks .very
I Blakely and son, Billy Blakely: and The Crop Production Loan Assoc
made in eactt room.' A. L. Kabr, Sr., who operates a
Miss Patricia ,Lamb, spent Sunday elation of Starke Is now ready;to
In Lake City with Mr and Mrs. A hookworm'survey wUl. be made receive application for loans and filling station near Starke, and who
Balsden. at once. put them for the benefit recently hat) his home destroyedby NAT SEZ L'
Johnny through
visi Mr. and Mrs C. A. Flitch and : }
rrl 'wu a: business
Mrs. A wholesome food poster contest of farmers In Bradford,, Baker and fire, is building a new home at ..r
" Tuesday.' Mr. and G. M. Sistrunk spent Louis H. Hill, Jr... a student of was begun.' A'prize is offered by Union Counties., Officers 'of the the same location which will be 4
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Friday' In,Jacksonville, : the University of Georgia, Athens, Mrs. Alvare'a for the best poster In association here were this week notified ready for occupancy within a few t want to jell you folks that In ,

: Teare of Lawtey. with hta parents. Mr.: and Mrs. L. grades from Fifth up and health that applications made out days. The new building Is of the case you come to town and can'tfind '
here Tuesday. Mrs.-s. W. Roberts and Mrs. ES- '' my store It still la in the same f 4
H. Hill 'of Lawtey, were visiting booklets from Second to Fifth. Mrs. up until this time will be honored bungalow type.
'
fie Miner, of Lawtey were :visitors friends here Saturday. Alvaree stated that the courtesy pending the approval by the Columbia location! but is t

of Grabam was a here Monday afternoon, extended t0'-her by the principaland Corporation of local Inspector The average annual damage Undergoing a. .

!: itor hero Tuesday: 7 "" "" "7 Mrs.' C. M; Fowler and' little entire faculty was most grati done by hall Is three or four times face lifting operation agNry

George Baisdenof.Jacksonvillois daughter Marguerite, of Winter fying. % a I that done by tornadoes. The hall and'looks kR ,
was .attending to enjoying a visit here with his Haven have been'spending several The heating system is not quite Utah is the habitat of 404 species -' losses on ten leading agriculturalcrops kind of

Jacksonville Fr+ day. brother W. W, Baisden. days here with her parents, Mr. satisfactory.. The same error in or subspecies of birds, a University amount to $47,600,000 in an pushed la in '

and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. the drinking fountains .as that of California nautraltst reported an average year. front. \
Orie'Wiggins were found in Starke school was found- X am sure that e
: E. :M. Hazen and son, Alph, of '
after the Doctor
Jacksonville Friday. viz vertical jet_which ''permits
Brooker business visitors William'Edwards returned Sunday : I
were
,
here Tuesday afternoon. from Atlanta. Ga, where he contamination of water. CAN You IMAGINE ICAN II I gets through a '
was a.,business. ; had Mrs. Alvarez offers a prize to SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS J with it you'llilka
Mrs.
accompanied Bynum Perkins t
Tue day. school it much bet t
1'I Mr., and Mrs. C., H. Nasworthyand who was attending the funeral the In the county completing k

Mrs., G. H. Meadle spent Sunday of her brother-in-law, J.. B. hookworm eradication work in the ter.I
of know a lot
: Mrs. R A. Grfffls Perkins. shortest,,tIplei; .
l lI visitors hera Satur .wtth.1r1endll' Jacksonville. -. ; By ANN ""011IIT' of 'YO\1\ folks after looking at my +

la STARKE: BOYS BEATENBY Is interesting to luna that thv picture every week are thinking ,
Mr. 'and '''Mrs. 1..., A. Davis and :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith and that I ought to do something about
time of Melrose 'W&81 Mrs. E. I{. Perryman were visitorsto children have recently moved here ,CRACK GIRLS'. TEAM toes, cabbage, onion end< turnips are I my face instead of the store, but
to Starke Satur Jacksonville Friday afternoon. from Tallahassee" and are locatedat -, returning to popularity.: This does not there ain't nothln' I can do wlJx It, ;
the Adklns The, tarke'independent.basket I t
demand fur the
cottage on Eighth seem to rcfluoo the no we'll both have to grin and .
Mrs..,Jeanette Kiiicald of Tampais Street. Mr. Smith is bookkeeperat ball team was defeated' by the various green vegetable In marliet.Ne bear it.SPECIAL.
Jbe''guest of her brotherinlawand ,the-State Prison Farm, Raiford. Shamrocks Jacksonville girls' -. cabbage Is now ellliitf at about

of Gainesville was Tues-a sister, Mr. and Mrs:.o%L. Beas- '.. -.' team;;' 33-18, In a game played' last the! same and price unueually as old Cauliflower reasonable! In Ispanual For SATURDAY Onlyt
starke
to r Miss Helen Mersereau Friday night In Jacksonville. r .u.
Lucille
s
ley., o>>rlCI. Broccoli and Brussels prouts
r.Mrs. The game was' played, by the and ,moderatelypriest Druid LL SheetinglOc
Mitchell, Miss Louise Jackson, ve e food quality
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.,'D. B. White of Fernandina Miss Nancy Clarke and Mrs. G. H. girls' rules which was ,4 novel 'experience Green henns are ..omewhatDOl' '
Jones of Gainesville for the.Starke boys spent the first of the week here Lowry were in Gainesville last Fri. .
a visitor here Wed I Originally the. Shamrocks were Peas are fine quality but expensive.Toma'oe. tile cheerful grin of the Worccs--
'Mrs. ella Ma- day' attending the lecture of Dr. ;
with her .mother.. ,, are of better flavor M well BARGAIN
C naesa.Mr.. I Stanley Jones the noted missionary scheduled to play the Starke girls .. more plentiful than In rernnt ter.MosMailor who after;suffering
from India. but due to injuries Incurred In a writu.8trwborrU. from $sever stomach trouble for MEN'S FELT HATS

:! 0. I* Hayaes were Mrs .A0O: Ludwig of game several nights previous, the ; *" are fairly plentiful 7 year*,was instantly relieved ,
Friday aft end midoratdy priced. Grapefruit by 0 doss of BISMA-REX in pRe AU Colors
local girls were unable to make the '
Heraandai Saturday of Mf;; were guests orange and apples are of excellent ell $to...felt much
C Mr;'''and/'Mra, E."' 'W.' Hayes and land '''Of*'Ocala spent Sunday with trip.. (jj"llty.. abundant' and relatively low taking, one bottle,got b.tteroftct $1.00 ,

family: MrsX&tMckland's parents. Mr. and I in price. relief after three more, and now "I" .
,. .
SPECIAL'SCOUT
Keystone Heights ? MEETING.
the following
of Mr.'N' A. 8. Strickland, at their l Th. tusker afald suggests meals do SPECIAL
her seasonable an" enjoys his can rn re.-
AT ST CHURCH n.eni.4 as
to business /
METHODIST
Mrs. o; Beasley returned Monday home ''at- Kingsley Lake., .Mr, --, I1I'P"II.ln. / work: than ever foreond.. has anew '"' .5' MEN'S SHIRTS ,
C from Tampa;:where she visited Strickland's mother accompanied e'i 1'foy''; \0Tl Low Cost Dinner lease on i ; '
her parents Mr./'andMts.-A.: C. them home for a week's visit. c Scout'troop will :-rt Tan Blue Green d$'
: Carradlne of.Lawtey MMW.BMMMVMMVHMBHMMB. M 1 hold"Its''regular meeting Friday Spifhettlwith Chopped Beef "
here Wednesday Durden., Mrs. Lila Griffin and Owen night at 7'ap.: p'clockr' in the court ,and Tomato Sauce '1 '"t. 79cPeters'
r jon Scoutmaster Buttered Spinach EXPLANATION '" "SIT d
C /,; j ; "_._ Mr. and>lrs.'ChJMrlea. Xmbach, R. W. Griffin, of St."'Augustine will house: Charles Im- Bread and Butter '
L.. Bonner-and Mr and Mrs. Pate be week-end guests of Dr. and Mr*. bach'urgea'\ to be present. Tapioca Cream wlta' diced Btnunii\: Blsma-Rex Is a new antac.d treat I? Work Shoes ;R
There will be
W. J. Epperson a mobiliZation Sat. 'tltic
Mrs. E. .. at their home Walnut Tea or Coffee .
In Gassett motored to.'Cedar, Keys Biggs oa urday at,12:09: o'clock noon at the ment that Is bringing welcome re* > '4 For Men and Women
spent Thursday '
Street. Mrs. Griffin will Cost Diner
remain Medium
who SS
Sunday. lief to thousands everywhere
v Methodist Church.
All Scouts
: t Boy S. $1.95
l c' .-'' ,, w 4i J W* M .M over for a weeks vis't.with troop'committkemen and : faked/ Ram Mashed Potato suffer the agonies of Indigestion ;+
r her son-in-law and parents .
Galney.-Tj.'Cv Hazen andT daughter.A s Creamed Cabbage
T. D.ltickenbacker: H. P. others who are Interested are invited Bread end Butter and other acid stomach ailments' SeV Swagger SuIts.T-J7.95' t
W Markey,.of the Brooker section Bisma-Rex acts four to give
to Glen St. Mary Sun; > party.composed of Mr.- and td hear thla program.' Apple PIe ways
here
I Monday.were' 'business' visitors.' Mrs. J, M. Brownlee Mrs. S. E. BIRTHSMr. Coffee :bilk:: neutralizes tatting relief-excess in three acid minutes.; relieves It yew Spring Hats_._..__>$1.49 '

Brownlee, :Miss Martha Brownlee, Very Special Dinner
and Mrs. Jack Dixon Law the stomach of gas; soothes theIrrita.ted
,of Keystore Mixed IT PAYS TO BUY ATStERNBERG'S tan
Allis of Tampa Mrs. W. L. Wall: JVIrs. H. C. Wall Appetisers +
Crump and aids
Miss Myrtle tey, girl, Ja1L:25.: Tam membranes;
16 business Braised Chicken :Maabed
attending Mrs: J. E. Wilson; Mrs. JU. A. Sco- '
I stat:manager of the Woodmen Mr. and Mrs. T eamoa Norman, Cauliflower with Parsley Butter digestion of foods most likely :to
1 dq.J*, Circle, .was visiting friends In bey and daughter, Patricia Ann, of Lawtey. girl.t Jan. 29. Currant Jelly ferment. Bisma-Rex is sold only" S
Starke' Saturday. Lexington, Miss., visited Bok Tower Carsterson Rolls and Butter at Rex D Drug Stores.- Get al t I '
Mr.
'Dr. and, Mrs. H. ,B. |McLendonand Thursday. and: Mrs. J. P. : VaAllla Tee CreamFre ;
Mrs.E. S. :Matthews spent several Theressa, girl Feb. 2. .h Strawberry SauceS today at Mitchell's Drug Store,
last week in Maria U'M Rev.:>and Mrs. :M. C. Stith a"SODS Mr. ,and Mrs. L. Z. Williams, i iI Coffee Milk: Starke, Florida.--Adv "II fStarke.. Florida
days Mrs. J. :M. Brownleo, Mrs. M. A. -
McLendon's mother Mrs. of Jacksonville spent Fridayand1 Broker, boy;'Feb. 2. .-- .. .. -.. ... .-
with Dr. Saturday here with'Mr. and Scobey and little daughter, Patricia I .
T. R. McLendon. Brownies.U. Ann, and Mrs. S.E. Brownlee spent
H 1. CARD
Mrs. OF THANKS
.
.. L; Epperson. 'of Jacksonville and Sunday Mrs.1D A\:Gainesville,V. Long. .Mrs.with. Scobey Judge and We appreciation wish to express to those our who thanks wereso

CENT A WORD was 'In",Starke" Sunday afternoon v\d daughter'remained over until kind to us during the Illness and Tip Top Grocery
visit with
for
visiting his parents. Sheriff .and Wednesday a Judge death of our loved one. May the '
I
and Mrs.
Long. Lord bless
COLUMN Mrs. W< J.,Epperson.Gerald each of you.
.MRS. C. S. JOHNS,
'Rev:; B. M. Montgomery, :Mrs T.
of Columbia
FOR SALE-Corona portable type Middleton CALVIN JOHNS
with case, a short I J.>Griffin. :Mrs. W. G.-Haile. Mrs MRS. STARKE FLORIDA
writer, good condition S..C.has, been enjoying S. G. BEVILLE,
W. Middleton and Mrs. Thelma um.- :
$10.00. F./J. PattesStarka, Fla. visit here witty> his parents;Dr. an1Mrs. MRS. W. M. GRAHAM. .
'Johns :went to Gainesville Friday

FOR RENT-IS acres good truck W*E. Middleton. morning to hear Dr. .E. Stanley >o'rH;S'ro APPI.JAR and 9th and 10th 1934
mile workerIn In the name of the Htnle. of Florida: Friday Saturday February
one-half the noted
land and'' house ,Miss, Mona Alderman of Tallabaaaee Jones, missionary It ap".arthlC"bY affidavit filed In .
fromStarke. Bee J. C. Ma.rmbU the week-end in India. In the evening Dr; Jones that owrtaln ;cause In the Circuit
spent
and attend- Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial CircuitIn
In Jacksonville
Starke with' her parents, .Mr. Ad tpoke and for Bradford County Florida .

WOLVERINE Work Shoes genuine ing that meeting from Starke were in Chanceryentitled Horace LormgrIthoadea / GRAIN PURE CANE %, ? {
horse hide at the right price.J. Mrs., G. W. Alderman., Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. complainant' vn. Charlotte I
1P Blxlrr Bhnatlew, defendant, and the Kit I
.- 45c 1
C. Manning. Lbs.
Attorneys Hat T. 'Mames. Joe E. K. Perryman. that relief tbe pray.defendant, for. belnaa I. a. resident divorce of a; 5 Lbs.21c' SUGAR, 10 ,

FOR SALE-Jersey cow fresh, Hill Williams and IL' O.Bxown. ofLake MISSIONARY, TO INDIA State or Coo ntr"oth..r than Florida
with heifer calf S25.00;, 3-year- ''Butler. were attending to, to-wit She QllIy ef Long Inland Stale ,
AT GOSPEL" TABERNACLE of N.w,York. and I. over the aire.01 \
old and yearling tellers, $2 .OO. business here Tuesday. .J \,'
twenty-one yearn and that there !I.
!
F. J. Fattee Rt. 2, Starke.Fla. It '' The RfcW J'-., James F, Brabazon, .no person'S'a'"th..tate on whom would of personally Floridaervloe BEETS, Stokely, No. 2 Cnn10c ScotTisstelPaper% 3 Rolls,.__25c 1 r.:

SATSUMAOrange trees, rose spending'Mr. and'.amonth',Mrs ,Jeff''In ''BarbervllU Johns are missionary to India since:.1916, delivered hind IT IS. I'r:OUDEKKD.defendant.: that the defend; All Hours COFFEE, Lb.___19c ASPARAGUS TIPS,"Can__lOc 1

and other nursery stock a missionary sermon at the ant Charlotte Blxler JFthoade, appearto
bushes
Saint Nursery. with their son and daughter-in-law,. Starke Gospel Tabernacle Wednesday the BUI of Complaint on the 2nd TOMATO JUICE, Can____ _5c .. Can_____5cSVOWDHIFT P
from Glen Mary '
dr.;:and Mrs. EL F'Jobna.Mrs.W.l ; day of April. A. D. 11134. otherwlHe a
See Aubrey Frank, COS Madison St. night. decree pro confenHO -will be entered '

Starke Fla. .94tl3.2( ..RM.OaJ1 alto children Mr.. Brabazon is a missionary: of against I. further her for GKDUIUCD her failure!: ,to that appear.It this. -Slf Rising
the';ChrIstian' aDd''Ml alonary Al. order be published once a week for b25c: '
have beep;visiting FLOUR 6 12Lbs.49c! '24LbS:89c:
FOR SALE OR land RENT, -mtte-10 acres from of of her Jacksonville parents Mr...and.Mrs.. J. M. liance;said to'be one of the largest ford four County consecutive Telecraptl weeks, a In newnpaper the Brady. ,
strawberry faith missionary societies in the nf iteneral.circulation In
Lawtey on main highway. Cheapfor Alvarez, for several. 'days. world. Bradford County llb1l.h.d
!
time. C. Dmkms, Witness' and the official
cash ;
Agent for S.or A. L. Ry and Railway Mrs.' Leonard Pe Ty'of, West His appearance here In'Wednesday connectionwith February anal of .,.clmJ'r A. D. 1834 l the 7th day of Camay Toilet SOAP, Bar5c Giant P&C SOAP 4 Bar.._15c
Palm Beach has been the guest of night was arranged: A. J. "THOMAS ,

Express Lawtey Fla | | her' parents,' Mr., and Mrs. R. A. thethirty-fifth annual Bible Cleric Bradford of the County Circuit, Florida Court, O.K. Soap Powder, 5 for lOc I CRISCO, 3'Lb.: Can__.. _...__55c { '

VARIETY '*t New l2814tI2.1&'I'A Thomas, for several days. and Missionary Convention tour of 3. L'PATTEN' HAWAIIAN ,
South PINEAPPJE 15c PEACHES,'' : f tTt JS 2 for' 25c 'f '
ing at White's/"; the Christian Alliance In the Sollaltor for. Complainant., t-914tt-9! Sliced, No. $ Can .?
Beans, Corn,'Peas, Peanuts, .-, Mr.'and :Mn.. W. J.Epperson,'Jr.,. east. '
Tomatoes, Squashand Jacksonville BROOKFIELD PURE CREAMERY:: $1
in
toes Peppers, pent the,week-end
Cucumbers also Cups and with Mr'.-Eppenon's parents Mr. J
CHEESE Lb. 17c
BUTTER Lb. 25cmmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmr
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Crates. 1119-5t-2.10 and Mrs.4 Robert Rlcbardi, 4 l ; r.4
e'
.
10000,000 ,-
STRAWBERRY PLANTS -
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and Blake- Mr. and Mrs: :. 1.. A., Wynn 'and
Missionary 'daughters, Misses :Mary Lee and

more 5,000. at Prompt$2.00 per.lOOO.25 shipments of guaranteed per. Elaine, of' Hampton were visitors' 4 wi > Navy or Northern Beans, Lb. 5c 1 TOMATOES, No.2 Cans 25c

true to name state certified, here .Saturday' afternood.' 1-Lb..' WAFERS.._;. _15c I MILK, Northfield, 3 tall cans 17c

orders disease with free Brownies new land Bros plants.: Correspondence Place Mrs* J. Lanier. and Miss Roma S Jackaonille's t Maryland Spinach, No.2 can lOc | 'SALT, 3 pkgs.. . lOc ,I,

solicited.' C. a. Perdue, Levlton of Fargo, Ga.. have been png! Stq. ,Sb af,, .
recent guests 'of their uncle and WHITE RIBBON COMPU..VD 'CHARMER

Nurseryman....Showell' 'Md.. aunt, Mr.; and Mra.'Ad. Leviton. Harry. Clark' Revue l e
,I i9.12t-4.0 ,. ." j WIUII' LARD 4 LbSe 27c COFFEE 2Cans 25c 't

BUNTING'S SELECT MISSION Mrs.. Alice Langford of Gainesville 'Senaatiaaaliy'
s
-Julia Allyn
ARY STRAWBERRY'PLANTS .'who is enjoying a short visit e}
-Grown on the famous Eastern at Hellbrona'Springs: visiting i I I aDd Daring r

,chore of ,:Maryland*and Delaware friends here Tuesday: ?afternoon.- DANCE COCONUT 2-oz. pkg..5c CalumetjBaki'ng Powder Ib.'25c Ic i
,
'-Free of disease-I ana Insects. FAN ,
!' Moore and t PORK'and BEANS 4 Cans 17c All Flavors
Special price $3.0d per 1.000 plus Mrs.David daughters I JELLO, pkg.5c ;
express. Place orders -with J.' B. Caroline'end Elizabeth Ann Beast fed d l rare Orange Prates
OUR TEA -Lb. 15c Post Bran FLAKES
Sapp, Starke Flaor. write Bunt spent,Sunday Tallahassee! with '.oh Art alea.e. and JIll JIIW' ?trio'2 pkg__ lOc,, ;

,ing's .Nurseries. Inc., -Selbyvllle; ).fr. Moore who,is employed there. hatfas9ereo.A.n Ii v1" f.c'-' "' 1
'
Delaware. "-t, l.a'.tc", 'FRESH FRUIT;AND PRODUCE
,Jack Lewis of Washington, D. C., 8-BIC 'ACTS sad"'oaVAUDEVILLI ,'

SEED PEANUTS. Fordhook Lima Is .atvieit4here; with his ; : .e ,nthe Marrenrr .ORANGES, Swe Juicy; Doz. 5c '
.
Beans, "tiir specialty.- Starke grandparents. Mr., and Mrs. S., G. I :\ 1 Leif .;%:; :
Hardware a Furniture Co: l-10tf Lewis at their, home on. Church dl ....- =., Beautiful, Yellow BANANAS, 4 Lbs. 15c

WANTE Baby alligators,, this Street. r ,I alleWhIe.. Large-Celery or Lettuce, each., ."__7Vzc j

you year's can 'hitch.Immediately.Advise quantity E.A. 1 ,Misses Mary and Virginia Hollo;! '- "C..o..c entry, Large, Tender CARROTS, bunch_ ,_ 7/2c $ "'

Martin SqEd supply Co., Jacksonville Fla way burg,and Va.brother.;have been.Walter guests,of of Peters their; PALACE THEATRE Tender Green.BEANS, 2 Lbs.. _. .15c I 'JI

i -!_ ..y... .-- tfplants uncle and aunt. :Mr. and Mrs.A. W. JAC= ri Q7.TtrNtr9a. Aivwe is 1'rIee. ) No,:1,Irih POTATOES, +10 Lbs.. __25c + ; C ''i

FOR %+tCabbagl Redgrave, tar several days. Miss Feb. 9.,10,1ZP Q .M** 351'Rij6c ONIONS 3 Lbs 12c !

wake Succession and Flat Virginia Holloway 7'and brother ',, 40a ta _

Dutch, 50 per KO. W'per 1.000. have returned homo, while :Miss I '" ZJc
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PLANNED) .
Hints To HousewivesWeekly PALATKA-Little hope of saving MIAMI Frank' Mitchell police
tile.eyesight of Bernard Fair- Inspector,last week" said six nor.
I f ft cloth fourteen-year-old son of J.C.ralrdoth. Ida banks were marked for looting

Ii: yM F from Bern Demonstration : LIVE STATE NEWSNews Injured Friday when a by a band, 'of Oklahoma penlten.
FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee Blue Pond crane, which had been tlary fugitives arrested here and at

ti' ,ti, captured in the woods pecked the Tallahassee recently. Mitchell, whor
HOME PA1NTINO .of Florida In Short Paragraphs lad through the eyeball was held turned here from Tallahassee
Demonstration Agents
? ty Conducted by Not only does painting add to i out today by attending physicians where two members of the band

..1 the beauty of a home, but it serve t at the East Coast Hospital, where were wounded and captured last
t the lad was taken following the ac Monday; said the plans were .
to the weed. Some go as re
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ance of a house is an expression WINE NOT NOT.WINEJACKSONVItJUatBecause: PHIL ARMSTRONG DEBS course of investigation at the state

r% I Money Coming Soon of the Individuals within. Paintingthe wine JACKSONVILLE-Death Sun- GUN-TOTING BARRED capital.
RURAL To Corn-Hog Farms i farm home isn't such an expensive made from cItrus fruit'juices IB not, day stilled the p.n'of one of the TALLAHAS-There will be -,
COMMON SENSE and hard task, and every farm as the Federal government sees It, Southland's best beloved and most no gun-toting foremen employedon FIGHT DEADLY SNAKE
i For Reduced Output home could be painted, either now 'wine, the product is not subject to widely read and quoted philosophers Civil Works AdministrationJobs MIAMI-Nancy, who takes her'
By SPUDS JOHNSON or later, if definite plans were levy under the liquor taxing act. when Phil H. Armstrong died' the state executive committee vitamins through a rubber tube, la

A v GAINESVILLE Money from made to do it.Color at his Springfield home. Although. has ruled. CWA workers, the com- giving naturalists, for the first

w r t DISINFECTING TRUCK CROP the Federal Treasury again will be Combination NEW HIGH REACHED' he had been in failing health for i mittee pointed out, are free American time, an accurate knowledge of the
q1. SEED BEFORE PLANTING IS coming to the farmers of the statein The following are some suggested MIAMI BEACH- January build- some time, even his closest friends : citizens and not convicts, "and life and poison of one of the deadliest '
p 4 ; GOOD DISEASE INSURANCE the early future, the Agricultural color combinations: Ivory witha ing permits passed the $500.000: had not realized that his conditionwas they will be treated as such." Any snakes in the world. For
e s Extension Service at the University trimming of colonial yellow, forest mark, eclipsing the previous record so critical. foreman, the committee announced, Nancy a twenty-three inch coral
f I know a farmer in a neighboring of Florida points out In an- green ,or white; white with of $U ,ooo for that month, established "who displays firearms while en- snake, is the first of that American
(,t+ ;a county who has lost two-thirds of bouncing that the.corn-hog reduc- trimming of light yellow gray, or during the boom days of TO ADVERTISE GRAPEFRUIT gaged in work will Jbe discharged cobra species that has been kept
h his cabbage crop on account of diseases tion campaign will begin duringthe green; colonial yellow with white 1628.. WINTER HAVEN Florida immediately." alive over !An extended period In an
which were brought in on the current week. ivory, or brown trimming; seal -:' grapefruit growers and shippers i observed captivity, Miami natural

,r _,', seed. This man is out about $3.000 Payment in part of the benefits brown with trimming of ivory DIES FOR DOGSGAINESVILLE plan a national advertising cam- TO RECEIVE 1l.EDALTALLAHASSEEThe ists claim. From her venom, ex-
t q that he could have been in If he Is to be made upon acceptance of white-yellow or sage green; silver -C. S. Weath- paign to popularize the fruit and Floridianwho tracted carefully a- drop at a time,
a f had only taken the precaution ton the corn-bog reduction contractsby gray with ivory warm gray or ersbee fifty-eight, postmaster and better market conditions. Representatives in the opinion of three Judges, they hope to settle conflicting ideas
i disinfect the cabbage seed before the Secretary of Agriculture. moss green trims; warm gray with merchant at. Branford. Florida, of more than half of the made the most outstanding con- about the poison that has a fatality

'_ 4 he planted them. Not only that Forty cent of the sum due on ivory, white, or olive green trimmings died in the Alachua County Hospital grapefruit crop now unmarketed tribution to the advancement of i record of seventy-five per cent, and
{a{ which represents his loss on this hogs will per be paid thus promptly ; light lead with a trim of from/pneumonla contracted in agreed at a meeting here to try ad- law enforcement in the state during -I to gather data for use in formulat.
rr _..4S year's crop alone his fields have and fifty cent on corn. white warm gray or silver: apple an attempt to save the lives of two vertising as a remedy for slow de- 1933, is to receive a medal from ing a serum.
>, become Infected with black rot, and per green with a dark green, white or pet chow dogs when his home at mand and low prices. They decidedto the United States Flag Association.
it is probable that be cannot grow Farmers In need of funds who gray trim.A Branford burned to the ground. finance the campaign by assessIng Governor Dave Sholtz'personally FAGG BUYS FISH
;;, cabbage on that land again soon will agree to the reduction program house somewhat hidden by themselves three cents a box wiU present the award.. Attorney WASHINGTON-Authority has

a a11Ii without the crops suffering a fate of the government can hasten .oliage- should be painted in light $30,000 FIRE on all grapefruit shipped out of the .General Landis has invited all been granted State Relief Director

K ," 'similar to this year's. the arrival the of their payments contracts by at rather bright colors, to give it a I CROSS CITY-Three business state between Feb. 5 and( Sept. 1. FloridIans to make their recommendations Marcus C. Fagg to purchase 250-
corn-hog
.' Three thousand dollars is a pretty signing the contrast, while a house in the open buildings! here were destroyed by .- to the selection not 000 pounds of dried salt fish the
the earliest moment,
'w ,.f big loss in Itself. It could have extension service possible further explains. should be painted to milder colors. fire Friday night, with a loss esti- SIIOLTZ STATES POSITION' later than Feb. 24. The decision estimated cost of which will be be. "
J, been prevented in this case by disinfecting will Simple Suggestions mated all approximately 30000. TALLAHASSEE candidates will.be announced March 1. tween $10,000 and $12,000, order -
agricultural agents
;;t' the seed before they were furnish County detailed Information. Before painting cover all knots The lower floors of the structureswere for circuit judge and state's attor- to'thl having been forwarded .

.fl 'planted. An expenditure of not on preliminary canvasses and sappy places with a coat of ocfn.-Jled by the local post- ney want to make a campaign DIES IN LEAPJACKSONVILLE from Washington headquarters -
It .j A more than a dollar in materials and Reports of the principal corn and shellac or aluminum paint to seal office, W. W. Cotter Grocery and Governor Sholtz said recently, their -Plummeting I of the Federal Emergency

hhe ;, ,y IJ time would have meant just three hog counties of the state Indicate in the pitch so that it will not bleed Cheek Drug Company. The upper names should be placed on the primary eighty feet from the St. Johns Relief,, Administration. This follows ,
,.ttii' ,thousand times a dollar In returns, that the reduction campaign on' through the paint. Never try to floors were occupied by offices. election ballot. In a letter to River bridge to the docks below, work Initiated some weeks
:iI, and wonld have kept the man's these products is likely to be Joinedn 'I paint> a water-soaked house, or the '- Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda, mem: William Dodge twenty-nine 'son of ago by Millard Caldwell. It ia Intended
? ", ,. farm free of these very destructive by practically all farmers eligible side on which direct sun rays are SCHOOLS GET MONEY ber of the State Democratic Execu- John W. Dodge, well-known Jacksonville to effect a three-fold purpose .-
''diseases. TALLAHASSEE The Motor tive Committee, he said: "If can- attorney was almost Instantly -
to sign contracts. Cash bene- shining. The first coat should contain put fishermen to work In
fry Of not all truck dis- Vehicle Department has turned didates for circuit Judge and state's killed early Saturday. A.'
course crop fits to the state will be greater in more oil and turpentine than Florida, decrease the surplus
;w.easel can be prevented by seed dls-i proportion as the sign-up Is more later coats since It has to penetrate over to the Comptroller's office attorney want to spend the time H. Fritot, companion, said he amount' fish on hand and aug.
'1, 1\t\ However, a number of i general.' the wood. Paints for soft 11,100,000 for distribution to public and money Involved in making a and Dodge were returning to Jack- ment the amount of money In circulation ..
\I ;diseases' of cabbage, cauliflower, Farmers must to reduce on woods should have more oil and school operations. Other! funds campaign with full realization of sonville in a taxicab after their automobile in the state.
: ,} :;} kohlrabi mustard, rutabaggas, tur- both corn and hogs agree, if both have less turpentine than those for harder which go to schools. *were expecteJto the uncertainty of final appoint- had ,been damaged in an V .
1 ',, 'nips,' cantaloupes, cucumbers, watermelons been ''produced.- Hogs raised for I surfaces. The priming coat add about $50,000 to the amount. ment because of the practical assurance accident in South Jacksonville. As When the gasoline level drops to
r, {' tomatoes, peppers and home consumption are' Dot to be should be allowed to stand for at The Department of.Education prepared of the adoption of the con they crossed the bridge Fritot said, a predetermined point in the automobile -
1t1i eggplants can be prevented by counted Ii figuring reduction. Evidence ,.least a week before the second to allocate the funds Immediately stitutional amendment reducingthe Dodge told the driver to stop, ran tank, a' new alarm device
d 1 11': :treating the seed before they are of a creditable character will coat is applied. Three coats are upon notification from 'the : number of circuits, they should to the railing, called boodbye and. rings a bell; warning.the. ,driver to
Comptroller's office. be given that privilege." leaped'' the' fill -
: i planted. be required as to average acreageof necessary for painting a new house. over railing. up.

,.....,7i j! I realize that not every farmer corn grown and hogs raised for If repainting an old house all r -
q c" who does not treat his seed before sale between December 1, 1931, loose paint should be scraped off,
c ',planting loses to dlsea However, and December 1,1933. Statements and two coats added if the paint has
Jtt,* man can never tell when the seed riving number of hogs sold shouldbe been neglected for some time. If WkiAiuIjjIIIjj

,' he buys are infected with disease > secured by the farmers from the surface Is chalky or powdery, ky4
'..!ii': germs, and disinfection is good inurance persons> to whom they sold during more oil and turpentine should be
a ';$/," and cheap. the period, in advance: ,of applications used In the first coat. If the ur-
"it ,Simply soak the seed In a 1.1000 for contracts. fate is hard, more turpentine and
'' :t1';;..olutlon of corrosive sublimate Put I -.. less oil than usual should be used $ I
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N i ; r 't? 'the seed in a bag and immerse Seek Beef And Pork In the first coat.
; ? i(*' them la the solution which should -
'n Y ,:; Sera a wooden container. Wash From Florida Farms Many Prizes Offered .a .
4 + \\I the seed after they have been dIst. 1
3 ty :,t. infected. Spread to dry in the For State Consumers For Farming RecordsMembers Vq
shade. Then;) they are ready to :1tjj ,1
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I plant. OAINJSVILI"E-Meat.! products of 4-H Club in this ; __
's Corrosive sublimate be made __
c. can
from 'cattle 'and sane raised 'on county may participate in a nationwide _
f ; at the right strength by dissolving Florida farms the quality and farm cost accounting contest, I
;);:, ?,a" tablet in a pint of water, quantity needed to supply tho conducted by the National Com-
Soak cauliflower kohl- LtIJ1gfP4
; '? cabbage, state's consumers, have been mittee on Boys and Girls Club
', rabi, mustard, and turnips
r rutabaggas of Work and the International
to;, for fifteen minutes; canta- brought nearer accomplishmentby sponsored by ; WN L_
the animal husbandry activities Harvester Company according -
loupes: 'cucumbers and watermel-
\ at the Agricultural Experiment to a notice just received by
1' '' : :ions for ten minutes tomatoes,
; !4 ; pep-
Station. Investigations that already this newspaper.
''' ;pers and eggplants for eight miniYv -
; ,have results will '
tes_ given significant The prizes numbering 'several L1 I Ie
{ 1 ,' be kept going through 1934. hundred will range from a smallFarmall Lii
1 \'p ,..NOTICE] OF APPLICATION FOR Beef and pork.as good as com- tractor or a light motor e
i," fk' TAX UKMI monly available anywhere may be truck .ee
$500 merchandise
t v J1 ; Notice la hereby. given that Pierre. or a certificate e _
t, i i 1: '''A. Bernard holder of Tax Certificate produced In' Florida, It has been down to $10.00 merchandise ...
pt J \ No. 361. dated 6th day of August conclusively 'shown. Yet but little certificates. The national winner .
tf A. D. lU9, ha. filed Bald certificate ..e Ql.
f 'In my: office and made applicationfor more than half the meats eaten In will receive prizes valued .t sac< ,pa ,
'I)! tax deed to Inau thereon In ac- the state come from Its farms. $83 .00" G e.,, ,,:
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at i. Said ng certificate described Only about one-third of the beef is Contestants may use any record :i '''et

!Ii '.property situated In Bradford Coun- home-raised.. book that provides for an openingand ,, eb"' ee ,o'
:.;\' ;tjr. Florida to-wltt The Elust Half Needs of the farmers are for the db .
t closing inventory money expended .
of Southeast Quarter of the South.t. o'
>,i'--/ .West Quarter of Section Seven (7>, means of turning out better gradesof and received, costs of producing n ;oo ; ,,\110' ,
'"Township Seven) (1) South containing, KanreTwentytwo meat at lower costs and the principal crops, etc., and a eb: : y<:;e1"'" ;.

t'y. Twenty' (20) Acres. more or I.... problems connected with livestock balance sheet. If such record books Trade us your slick, thin S'btp6 .
.v v The assessment. of said prope..tyI' keeping are well on the way to solution are not available through county ,. '-"
? tires
\ for Quick-Stopping
l.0'YAO
ind r the said certificate Issued was a1 !.
.I In the name of Unknown. at the station testinggrounds agents, a simple one especially prepared -. : 1,
,.f F',' Unless said certificate shall. be p.1' .- which include range for 4-H members may be ob- NEW 1934 y, ', (a .secs"
,) asomad according to law tax deed ,
,\l1 will Issue thereon on the 10th day tracts. ained from the National Committee iO Ja Oo'"
:; of February, A. D.<134. Improved breeds more nutritive on Boys and Girls Club Work, GOODTEARALLWEATHERS f
.111', AL ill/hip/ Sth day of January, feeds and bettor types of grazingare Chicago HI., for twenty cents, the '. ,
:rf); 7'A.! : TltOftU9.., sought, and distinct.progress actual cost of printing and mailing. .
,''\:' I Clerk of Circuit Cou..tIJ't has been made hi the direction of The national committee Is conducting
Florida
\ Pradf9r4 \
; County
., ,J I-liStS 11-? .each of these objectives. the contest in co-operation with ,
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the 2O
state club leaders. -
'' up
Use This The books must be opened as ofJan.
( 1, Feb. 1 or March 1 and

r } Complexion SecretCleansing cover twelve consecutive months
following. Upon completion the pja4
books will be Judged by the county !
& agent to determine the county winner $
1f r :,ifi ELBA who will receive a $10.00 merchandise ....

certificate. County winners S'You've' heard and we've heard a lot of tire

also have a chance for the claims but here are facts ''straight from
J
17 state which is choice of
: prize a At even lower prices :r-
a *. 750-lb. capacity cream separator or .. .,' Akron:' The Goodyear, people have completed can now buy quick-stop

t $100.00 merchandise certificate. more than 8,400 stopping tests on viol a safety in the new
Cream State winners will compete in a GOODUSED Center Traction
'jijl, 1 sectional contest in which the prize automatically-braked care equipped with
,
e la choice of a double unit
complete
;It: I milker or a $235.00 merchandise various !makes of tires both hew and worn. j
1i ; Ai.soft; smooth skin GOOQ EAR
,.... certificate., The national winner TIRES By accurate measurements on'wet slippery
is first of.all a mat has a choice of a Farmall 12 tractor -

"d'' \}\'; ter": 'OfMake C1-_' ___-. or 1300.00 merchandise certifi /. pavement, 'smooth tires slide 77% farther PATHFINDERS. .

cate. at than new Goodyear All-Weathers-and '
this test-for Records must be kept in the
< handwriting of the club member other new non-skid tires*slide 14% to 19%
month
one -night but he Is permitted and encouragedto farther 'than, the Goody ears.'These' figures
($ and Use snake use of help from BARGAINPRICES
morning: Melba Cleansing parents of our $655
and leaders.' Contestants will not check with the experience Goodyear

aa Cream on face, throat and be required to reveal the contentsof customers and ourselves. How safe are your I

r\;:;\ shoulders -and see the difference their records at any time except tires today? ,
through judges who will keep
d ? ,. It reaches to the depths of each them confidential. ;', I
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'%i _,tiny' pore-penetrates; flushes an4 contest By interesting it is hoped parents to Increase In the !,' ,,

i 'r,' ilUr ') leaves the skinsoft greatly the practice of keeping records -

+r;; "l and lovely. required which In of the agriculture readjustmentsnow will

d{ prove of inestimable aid. Register Motor Co. I
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VT : 50c 'Consumption of oranges and
\ grapefruit has advanced twenty-
Phone 103 For Road
: five per cent in the last five years. ROAD SERVICE Service
They muat be good, and good for STARKE FLORIDA I'GuaranteedTire
t people. ,,
f // your dtaltr Repairing

;Ie' I-o"IIPjH'7 fl.i The poultry industry annually

i:\'1t send m tit" nomt brings Into Florida more than eight
I'it million dollars, and is surpassed
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(tiff- only by. citrus, truck, and dairy
MELBA; 580, FiftH Avenue, ;N w' 'Yori products.,
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Economic Highlights 1 FLORIDAHIGHLIGHTS iwfv w ? r o t
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Pits. imiilrnil CKrrkK md Tex '
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llllli of IedlvkIual-Ne- ( THE ANCIENT
word is i lamp ante my feet and a fight unto ay pttk-Pialm 1 19:105.: ,...... and Nvory iMtervmtltmiil Problem ,
Inseparable From Local \V.II.r.. /NOMN CQUPMGNrFV2 M
STAMP COLLECT
4Purbiw at iiun* All'u M teaching, doctrine or -
they are to have any claim The end of 1933 and the beginning GQ/NOING eaRN TORS ,

pon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with of 1934 witnessed an Improve- IS S77UN USE -
the teachings( of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice ment In general business. The de- E ; ; Editor Telegraph/
of the human heart, and \1 whom *It WM said ta John 7"NEVER MAN cline In production which followed I 0Y THE &O&/0A Starke Florida. 4r ,i
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SPAKE LIKE Tu.IS MAN. Dear Sir
the July peak"and wiped out the I SEAf/NOaS : '
Pastors of Bradford and Union ronntle are Invited to UM this department bulk of spring and summer gains. / Attention Is called to the issue ;

for news of church activities, organization and announce was reversed. Contra-seasonal ance of three-cent: Little America (

ments. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement provement occurred'in a number of: commemorative stamps in sheets '

IxiUic; that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning lines as it did the first half of last of six stamps each as printed on a
cannot be handled for current issue. .. .
otherwise they the postage-stamp press to be. in
year., There seems to be a more
hopeful outlook on the part of ',tai l eluded in the display of the Bureau; 7

STARKE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Jesus concerning the Straight Gate leaders'.of a number of basic In- of Engraving and Printing at the't

First Baptist Church [and Narrow Way teach that living dustries.,. The hysterical excitement National Stamp Exhibition of 1934 i ,

Rev. J. J. Johnson pastor. a life acceptable to God requires which followed the creation of the 44 Ii to be held at Rockefeller Center.". 4

Sunday School-10:00: A. :M. determination and effort. Sin Is NRA'and other phases of the recovery ,.. New York. February 10-18. !

Morning Worship-11:00: A. M. easy and Its broad way easy to go program is being replaced ut&jFinfw [ ..' The special sheets will be approximately t },

B. Y. P. U.-6:30: P. M. with the multitude down the broad by'a more stable and realistic view- 3743% in dimensions. 4

Evening: Worship-7:30 P. M. way. The Christian must be willIng point. Of Importance to business and, will be Issued ungummed and: l

A cordial Invitation extruded to to deny himself many worldly generally is the allaying of the r ucperforated. The following print ''I

all there services. pleasures and abide the slurs and I fear that the government would Ing will appear in small type In : id

,...-- insults of satan and his agents. He I embark on inflation by flat moneyit blue ink on the four sides of the i '
Methodist Church must follow a guide different from : is believed that the President's sheets: "Printed by the Treasury

Rev. B. M. Montgomery Pastor. his natural Inclinations. He should ; move to stabilize silver and the Department, Bureau Engraving ; I

Sunday School, 10 a.m. have a settled purpose and firm resolve bill to devaluate the dollar make and Printing under authority of ,

Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. to follow Christ and obey His the issuance of printing-press( James A Farley Postmaster General :

Young: People's Meeting-6:30: teachings. Though he often fail, money highly improbable.It t a New York N. Y., February f M1 Ir
P.M. he should continue the effort. is doubtful if the current Con- ; i ii 0-18, 1934 in compliment to the
I'
Evening Worshlp-7:30: P. M. Our lesson says "Every tree that gress will be so important to business p National Stamp Exhibition of t 4 X'
bringeth not forth good fruit is as most sessions are, Inas- i diwRt' 1934." ,i'' t
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Presbyterian Church hewn down and cut Into the fire." much as it Is largely a rubber- 1 ''P'f As the Little America stamp was' rill u r jl ''

Rev. George H. Lowry. Minister, The Jews did not cultlvate'treesfor stamp body, wjrtch follows the Issued primarily for use on mall ""r i
shade but for wishes of the President from A to .
Services next Sunday as follows: or beauty, only dispatched on the Byrd Antarctic a
their fruit. Intoxicants and the saloon Z. Mr. Roosevelt's plans. In'gen-
Expedition the special sheets of ,
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School T.
DAVID
S. Williams, acting superintendent. are trees bearing evil fruit and eral, are well known, and to that JLy ;Itp, r r Kin: this Stamp, as described herein, will a y P
should not be permitted to cumberthe extent there ,is less 'uncertaintyover t. not be Issued to and sold through
11:00: A. M.-Morning1 Worship I1
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eermon by the pastor. earth. legislative activity than there YtJLb"bFLOJDA: : ; : post offices but will be first placed

6:30 P.. M.-Christian Endeavor; The beginning of the "Broad Way !would otherwise be. on sale February 10, 1934" at thIS i

topic, "Does God Always Punish that leadeth to destruction", is not A review of the business situa- t branch Philatelic Agency to be operated (

Wrong? How?" Gal 667.: often marked with danger signals, tion follows: of in connection with the National I

7:30: P. M.-evening Worship; but Is usually' lighted with paved Commodity Prices-the low for WAS THE FQSTREBP.YSEENAToe Stamp Exhibition.For (
commodity prices was reached on
and streets, with signs pointing to the benefit of stamp colloc-,
song sermon.
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March 3, when they stood at fifty- /N 7//4&
The Ladles Auxiliary will meet pleasure gardens from which enticing tors who do not attend the National -

Tuesday afternoon Feb. '13, with music is heard.i five 72.2 per came cent in of October.the 1926 leveL There Highof has U.//T b Sl17ZS"" Stamp Exhibition provision r i '

Mrs. Mary Dover and Mrs. T.' N. It is only after the traveler has will be made to place the souvenir (
been little late'change and a degree
Kendrick. Mrs. G. H. Lowry will chosen that "way1' ,that Its real of stabilization seems; to have s
lead the discussion on "Missions in character begins to appear. One sin sale at the Philatelic Agency Post
been reached. Level on Jan. 12, ,DAVID ,LEVY YULEE served' as a eac r-'londmn! of his flay.
Africa. after another Is offered in the most Office Department, Washington D.
A cordial invitation to all our attractive fonn,and too often accepted was 72. Senator from Florida from July, 1845, to Although the Florida Indians i have C., beginning Feb. 19, to which office ''"' '

services extended to all. by the traveler who learns Domestic Trade Contrary to March 1831: and from March. 1855. to adopted such modern Implements as pots mall orders may be submitted '

later of the sorrows and destruc- many forecasts. December retail January 1861. Prior to his election as a and piths axes, krives etc., many still for the desired number of full 7 y
The inevitable
SUNDAY tion to which the "Broad Way"leads' :, business was followed good. Christmas but Senator he served as a delegate from cling to the ancier.U' method of grinding sheets with remittance by postal '
SCHOOL
The "weeping and gnashing again slackening, it was not so great as some Florida to the 27th and 28th Cou l'ts-es: their cornn n hollo: v ed ttump nr l\:;. The money order at the rate of eight ; "
of teeth" come when' the abyss of een cents each In addition to which '
expected. Sales have been more and served from March 4th 1841 to corn is ph\ccrllnside and pulverizod by a
LESSON eternal destruction confronts the March 3rd 1845. So prominent ho wtiodfu\ I allowance must be made for return '
satisfactory in the major farm WAS henvy: crusher.:! This system hns 1y
traveler at the end of the "way"BOB postage and registration fee. Personal -.
areas than in urban Industrial centers .in the development of Florida during this been in use!' fur centuries'among the Flor- checks and other eJ
,
FEBRUARY 11, 1934 .' period, that he was regarded as tho greatnta' :Sernmoles.LAWTEY : will not postage
stamps positively be accepted ,
Vp
Subject: Timely Warning (Temperance Employment-An unlookedfordrop in )'

Lesson) occurred." this field at the When standing at the North Pole JEANETTE payment.C. YOUNG. ,1 (,' '
Golden Text: "Every tree that JONES end of the year,-as contrasted with I GRAHAMMrs.
'not middleof all directions are south. At the Postmaster,
brlngeth forth good fruit Is successive gains up to the I

hewn down and cast into the fire." October.. Late reports show a 0. J. Phillips, Cot L. C. Smith Correspondent South Pole all directions are north. Starke Florida..

Matthew 7:19.: I OMMENTS two per'cent more than seasonal S Q

Lesson Text! Matthew 7:1-29.: drop In employment with a reduc- ** Wild flax Is so constructed that Young cockoos usually grow up

(Printed portion, 7:12-29): HERE tion of six per cent In payrolls. The Baptist Revival Progresses! ) Abnrnathy-KIng Its seed can be released only during under the care of foster parents '

Time and Place:\ Summer of A. AHO Industrial employment decline has The revival meeting being con- H. D Abernathy and Miss Novella wet weather. smaller than themselves..

D. 28; a mountain in Galilee.; S HEREAFTER.Sometime been somewhat offset by rising ducted by the pastor Rev. William King of Hampton were quietly

From today's lesson we. quote employment on Federal public ,Mathaney and Evangelist Lyell at married by the Rev. L. O. Johnsat

the following: minister said to works projects. the Baptist Church here, is being his home on Tuesday evening at HOW WOMEN I CAN WIN MEN ,
"Therefore all things whatsoeverye ., ago' a, Finance-The stock, market has attended'by l large congregations at 8:00: o'clock. Only a few friends ( .uy.
and tired of ;con-
would that men should do to me, "I am sick attend .. been stronger with some substantial the two daily services, 2:30: and witnessed the ceremony. The hap-
conference I '
'
you, do ye even so to them: for thisIs ferences. Every rises but It Is still a specula- 7:30: p.m. Saturday evening the py couple plan to make their homeat AND MI EN WIN
tell how to put overa
us
they
the law and the prophets. tor's market, made'uncertain by Gideons will conduct the singing Lacoochee.
trouble Is the t
"Enter< ye In at the straight program. The people -pasmodlc profit-taking. Outsideof service at 7:30 p.m. The public is ,
gate; for wide Is the gate and haven't an Inclination to put Federal J issues, few new bonds cordially Invited to attend all serv- Locals The Favor ol f Other Men ,

broad is the way that leadth to over the program. What we needis have appeared. Present money ices. The Rev. C. C.. Butler filled his -
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to get the Impulse that we used Unless two pints of bile juice peel them to at rid. ef thIs ""' _
destruction, and many there be meant "We policies presage an Increase In the regular appointment at the Chris- flow daily from liver into that d.troy* your pnonal .h....... Tb r
"which go in' thereat. Because to have. This man price of medium-grade bonds, a CWA tian Church here Sunday. He delivered your food in ean'fc do It, for tby only mov out the
don't need to know more as much your bowels your decays tall and of your bowel. and th.t doun't
straight Is the gate and narrow is to know more." slight shrinkage' In highgradebonds. The CWA is rapidly improving two sermons at 11:00 a.m. your bowels. This poisons your taka away. enough of the d..ayd poiwia. 'i -w
want
the way which leadeth unto life, as we need to the looks of the city by filling in and 7:30 p.m.. which were thor- whole body. Movements get hard Comntloi won't help .t all.

and few there be that find it. We usually fwd a way want to"to do do.a Foreign Trade Allowing for the school grounds and remodelingthe oughly enjoyed by a large congre- and constipated.. You get yellow top Only thl I:dmy fn. flow polun of In your your bits I bow lutes.l,. Thn will< i4 -

"Beware of false prophets which thing that we really seasonal Influences exports were city hall building. gation. tongue yellow skin pimples dull ono mild "...tabl. m.dloln* which Un*, Alka,, '; -
come to, in sheep's clothing We preachers tell people to do. We at the end of the eyes: ,, bad breath, bad taste gas, a fr** flow of your bile iuln I. Carter', Pi i1
you about
to them about get. average Mr. and Mrs. W. Webb of Brooker dizziness headache. You have be- I Llttl Llvr Fill. No nlontl to ,
but Inwardly they are ravening ought preach year Imports were below normal. Council MeetsAt were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. foulsmelling l ie CarUr.. Only' one, mild ..*.tabl.' .
: Get the love of come an ugly-looking, y
Get an experience i .tmate.. If would bring back. ur qlrr
wolves. Ye shall know .them by Our favorable balance of trade Is a meeting of the city council Griffin Saturday afternoon. sour-thinking You you ... '
in their hearts. When we person. fmnonml charm to win m. tart taking ?
their fruits.'Every tree that brlng God increasing. Here Is another fieldin Monday evening the council granted have lost your personal charm. (' Liver Fill 1. aooonlln lay. .- d
hearts it.is Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin of r..zt'in.LI'
have this love in our '. 2n* at dras atom.
eth not forth fruit is hewn devaluation will be
good which dollar delinquent property owners Everybody wants to run from you. .. ,
that Just must tell Starke were in our section Friday Itofu "mm.thlna- but a
down and cast into the fire. Where so wonderful we an all-important Influence. some much needed relief when an But don't take saltsr mineral may (rip*. loonn tth or .. W ''ir.etue. '

fore by their fruits ye shall know somebody. Men are always Inclined in Construction--This, the most extension of three years was given afternoon. waters oils laxative pills laxative Llvr .Pill'Ak by for nam Cartra and anOd"Wf" '

them. to talk about the things lagging of all great industries dur- In which to pay up-back city taxes Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McEver were candles or chewing gums and what you uk for. OIOBS, ,

"Not everyone that sayeth unto which they are. most' .;interested. ing 1933. seems to have Improved.At If current year's taxes are paid. shopping in Starke Saturday aft- i f rrA',,

me, Lord, Lord shall enter Into the the end of the year contra- -- erncon. t
kingdom of heaven, but be that At the Bob Jones College In seasonal Improvement took com- Strawberry Shipments Robert Burrows of St. 'Augustinewas FUNERAL DIRECTORS r,71't, '

doeth the will of my Father which Cleveland, Tenn.. following the sixweeks' mand. In December there was a Small shipments of strawberries 'visiting his sister Mrs. A. W. ; '
session we are going war Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Bender'' r i!
Is In heaven. will to me summer In Broughton Sunday.Mrs.
Many say larger volume of building than continue to go out dally from here
in that day. Lord' Lord, have we to have, beginning July lb. one any month since October' 1931. but on account the recent cold Mack McKenzie of Jacksonville EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE! /1;:

not prophesied In thy name?' And of the greatest Bible conferencesever Transportation-End of the year It.wiD be some time before .large who has been spending several MODERATE: PRICES ', \

in thy name bath cast out devlls1'and held In America. We are not decline in freight traffic was less shipment. wiU go forward. days with her parents Mr. DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY > t

in thy name done many won going to talk about a program.,We than seasonal experience forecast and Mrs. J. .A. Surrency returnedto STARKE, FLORIDAStrawberry. f ,

derful works T And then will I profess are going to try.to get the peopleso In January all classes of freight locals her home Tuesday. M : l'

unto them; I never knew you; filled with a passion.' that they showed Increases Revenue con- Mrs. D. W Moore and children Rev.' King of Hampton was a _
depart from me, that worketh will! go out and do the, thing be- and '' Tallahassee Sunday business visitor here Monday.
ye In tinues to be above a year ago were visiting'In R. I.
cause they want, to* do it con- .
iniquity. Therefore whosoever have .
new orders for freight cars '
nection with, this Bible conference, The origin of the expression "to '
heareth these sayings of mine, and been high. Freddie Cox of Miami was visiting :r rfl
doeth them, I will liken him unto a which will be open to all who wish Automobiles-New models have relatives and friends here this save one's bacon"is probably the ;
we are going' to set aside taken In the days to save
to attend care early
wise which' built his house
man, met with an excellent response, and week. .
upon rock and the rain descended -i one hour every day for preachers. From the dogs the bacon which was
a
; the first two weeks of the new Mrs. 0. J. Phillips and children

and the floods came, and the We are in going."What to,, to have Preach a special and year showed a sharp rise In produc- were visiting at Tberessa Satur- laid up for winter. Pickers'TICKETS A'${

wind blew,and' beat upon that course tion, with demand running aheadof day afternoon; .
It.? We not
house: and It fell not; for it was : How to Preach are it. Auto prices generally are Mr and Mrs. V. R. Reddish were .

founded upon a rock. And every going to- tell them how to raise higher than last year. Fifteen out visiting at the State Farm Satur- Pain ReliefIn 1 I' ::lJ
;
an organization t
to over
one that beareth these sayings of, money or how put seventeen producers, show Increased day afternoonMiss
mine and doeth them not shall be .- ''We are just going to operating schedules Lorene Kelly was shoppingIn
likened unto- foolish which I try to (ill them fun of a burning MinutesDemand :
man, I Chemical Industries-This industry Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. 1
We
built his house upon the sand; and desire to go out after the lost. details had a comparatively good yearIn Those attending O. E.: S. meeting -
mechanlcs'and -
the rain descended and the floods are so busy with .don't 1933 and.recent reports show at Starke Monday evening were andGENUINE Cat

came, and the winds blew and beat that even preachers operations continuing at a relatively Mrs. W. H Biggs :Mrs. A. H. Har-

upon that house; and it fell; and. have time to develop their own ,high level. Improvements le&Ir..1I: :. B. Wells,. Mrs. W.. C.. _

great was the fall of it." j spiritual- lives.. i v In the' automobile and iron and Wooten MM W. E. Torode.

The word 'Therefore" refers to didn't steel industries major"buyers of Prof W. I* Beacon was a business M R $2.00 Per Thousand ;

the first. of the chapter. Includingthe ''The old time preachers but they had chemicals, are good. auguries. for visitor to. Starke Tuesday 1
books
phrases. "Judge not. that ye be have many the future. evening.
not Judged.?. and "Ask, and It shall time for fellowship with God. They Agriculture..-1333 crops were Miss Lucille Plummer" was taking I
be mighty men' It is not generally 25c Each Additional /r rAt
given ;you ; were are valued at" '...O'l'l.OOOoean' Increase teacher'..., examination' in Change I
Survey of the .Lesson t -One' of .believed preachers of forty-three percent, over Starke last, week
the business men. They have to BAYER
Christ's good
greatest utterances of 1932. The Improvement .was entirely -
teachings pertainingto! our con- be to live on the salaries they get due to rising prices, as production Paper money In $1 2 and $9 de-

duct toward one another 'la the and educate their children., Some was eighteen per cent under nominations usually becomes worn 'ASPIRINBECAUSE The '

Golden Rule. An intelligent; universal people think that.the business side the 1932 leveL Mid-January and ready for retirement after being of a unique process ,
application of It would eliminate of the preacher's life Is not'developed. show substantial Improve- in circulation from six to nine Genuine Bayer. M
nearly all the friction\ be- 'I sometimes think'that the reports month Aspirin Tablets are made to disintegrate
tween r and modern minister has'to pay too ment in wheat and cotton recelpt&'I or dissolve-INSTANT-

Individuals.nations.The organizations of.God In much attention to business and has Lumber-In the middle of December .. ....,..- TV r L AI LY yon lake them. Thus they start Bradford ,
grace 'I '
the heart creates a desire to put it too little time left to give -to his! orders were at the lowest to work inttctnilii. Starthold" tsjdng County
of headache
even a severe ,
Moderate re-
levels of the year. it with Flowers
Into real spiritual development. Say
practice. The Golden Rule Is in mid-January neuralgia, neuritis or rheumatic pain
similar In Import to the declarationthat covery appeared' a few minutes alter .
CALLED VITAL Prices conttnue'to advance., J L SAFE
IRRIGATION And relief
one should love his neighboras they provide -
Anyone who Steel-Steel output gained In for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN does
himself ALTAMONTE --
(Matt. 22:39): )
The lesson today .ta also a lesson grow vegetables without Irrigation December as opposed to the usual Flowers For All not harm the heart. So If you want Telegraph
Is "foolish." accord- seasonal experience. In the second QUICK and SAFE relief see thatyou
acuities
on temperance and all reformers -
reform
OccasionsGERTRUDE the real article. Look
were get Bayer -
fern week of January'operations
Ballard local ;
B.
W.
to
should refrain from harsh Ing for the Bayer cross on every tablet
who has a fine truck garden at thirty-four per 'cent of capacity IAI ..
Judgments of their opponents grower, as ihown above end for the words ,
though It may be difficult for' those now producing., Dry weather -another gain. Prices in most GODBEY GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN, PHONE 29 -ARKE'n.Ao
who know the ruin and suffering baa not worried .Mr. Ballard any. markets have advanced. every bottle or package you buy, ; !

caused by alcohol and Its acf'OID"Jl&D7Inc' He also has. many thousands of .I Textiles-At the end of the yeara KJNLAW Member N.L A. u, '

drinking;'places,: conduct "=lads," some strawberries and assorted heavy decline occurred: ; and this .PHONE M 8TAJUOE:, FLA. GENUINE lAYfft ASPIRIN

and indulgences.. "*, : ., .. varieties fit lilies, all Irrigated i was one of the few industries with ') .."'n, I DOM NOT HARM THE HEAgT
'The Narrow Tbe-nd with water from'Lake Orient. more than a seasonal drop.,
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t ', SIX. BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. 8T ARK1C, FLORIDA FRID.tZ FEBRUARY 9. 1931
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r BIRD'PCCKS-'EVE OUT BANK ROBBERIES. PLANNEn,
PALATKA-Little hope of saving :MIAMI-Frank Mitchell
Hints To Housewives police
; the. eyesight of Bernard Fair- inspector..,last week said six r-'lor.
1 cloth fourteen-year-old son of J. C. Ida banks were'marked for looting

I Weekly from Home Dem atra- LIVE STATE NEWS Faircloth, injured Friday when a by a,band of Oklahoma peniten
FARMERS SECTION lion Specialist, Tallabaaaee Blue Pond crane, which had been tiary fugitives arrested here and at
captured in the woods, packed the Tallahassee recently. :Mitchell, whor
HOME PAINTING News.of Florida in Short ParagraphsWINE lad through the eyeball,. was held turned here from Tallahassee
ref Conducted by Demonstration AgentsRURAL Not only does painting add to i out today by attending physiciansat where two*, 'members!: of the band
the East Coast Hospital, where were wounded and captured
the beauty of a home, but it serve last
t to protect the weed. Some go aa the lad was taken following the ac- Monday said the plans were revealed
11 "" .1911--' -- far aa to say the outride appearance cident. In letters found during the

of a house Is an expression NOTWIPEJACKSONVILLEBecause PHIL ARMSTRONG DIES course of Investigation at the atate
Money Coming Soon of the individuals within. Painting wine JACKSONVILLE-Death Sun- GUN-TOTING BARRED capital.

To Corn-Hog Farms,, the farm home isn't such an expensive -' made from citrus fruit Juices Is not, day stilled the pen of one of the TALLAJlASI1EE-There will be -
E r COMMON SENSE I and hard task, and every farm as the Federal government sees it, Southland's best beloved and most no gunHotlng'foremen employedon FIGHT DEADLY SNAKE
For Reduced Output t home could be painted either now wine the product Is not subject to widely read and quoted philosophers Civil Works AdministrationJobs :MIAMI-Nancy, who takes her
t By SPUDS JOHNSON or- later, if definite plans were levy under the liquor taxing act. when Phil H. Armstrong died the state executive committee vitamins through a rubber tube, Is

i}'+ GAINESVILLE Money from made to do It.Color at his Springfield home. Although has ruled. CWA workers, the com- giving naturalists for the first

,- ,+ '' DISINFECTING TRUCK enolSEED the Federal Treasury again will becoming Combination NEW HIGH BEACHED he had been in falling health for mittee pointed out, are free American time, an accurate knowledge of the
p BEFORE! PLANTING IS! to the farmers of the state The following are aome suggested MIAMI BEACH-January build- some time, even his closest friends citizens and not convicts "and life and poison of one of the deadliest '
.' 'GOOD DISEASE INSURANCE. in the early future the Agricul- color combinations: Ivory witha Ing permits passed the $500OOC: had not realized that his conditionwas they will be treated as such." Any snakes in the world. For

y rI + tural Extension Service at the University trimming of colonial yellow, forest mark, eclipsing the previous recordof so critical. .. foreman the committee announced, Nancy, a twenty-three inch coral
I know a farmer in a neighboring of Florida points out in an- green, or white; white with $415.000 for that month established -i "wbo displays firearms while en- snake Is the first of that American
p''' .county who has lost two-thirds oi nouncing( that the corn-hog reduc- trimming of light yellow, gray or during the boom days of TO ADVERTISE GRAPEFRUIT gaged in work, wllljje discharged cobra species that has been kept
his cabbage crop on account of diseases tion campaign will begin duringthe green; colonial yellow with white 1926. WINTER HAVEN Florida' Immediately." alive over An extended period In an
u which were brought in on the current week. Ivory, or brown trimming; seal -:' grapefruit growers ant shippers observed captivity, Miami naturalists

tip+ seed. Thla man I is out about 93,000 Payment in part of the benefits brown with trimming of ivory DIES FOR 'DOGSGAINESVILLE plan a national advertising cam- TO RECEIVE MEDALTALLAHASSEE claim. From her venom, extracted -
ttii clF that he could have been ia if h e Is to be made upon acceptance of white-yellow, or sage green; silver -C. S. Weath- paign to popularize the fruit and -The Floridian carefully a drop at a time,
1 + had only taken the precaution to the cornhog.reduction, contractsby gray with ivory, warm gray, or ersbee fifty-eight, postmaster and better market conditions. Repre- who, in the opinion of three Judges, they hope to settle conflicting Ideas
r disinfect the cabbage seed before the Secretary of Agriculture. moss green trims; warm gray with merchant at, Bradford, Florida, sentatives of more than half of the made the most outstanding con- about the poison that has a fatality
y i ;( he planted them. Not only that Forty per cent of the sum due on Ivory white or olive green trim died in the Alochua County Hospital grapefruit crop now unmarketed tribution to the advancement of record of seventy-five per cent, and
,; which represents his loss on this hogs will be paid thus promptly. mings; light lead with a trim of from'pneumonia'Contracted In agreed at a meeting here to try advertising law enforcement in the state dur- to gather data for use in. formulat

d year's crop alone, hilt fields have and fifty per cent on corn. white warm gray, or silver; apple an attempt to save the lives of two I as a remedy for slow demand ing 1933. is to receive a medal from ing a serum..
Y+ !fbecome Infected with black rot and green with a dark green, white or pet chow dogs, when his home at and low prices. They decidedto the United States Flag Association. -
need who
of funds
in
It la probable that he cannot grow Farmers gray trim.A Branford burned to the ground. finance the campaign by assessing Governor' Dave Sholtz 'personally FAGG BUYS FISH
v' 7) cabbage on that land again soon will agree to the reduction program house somewhat hidden by themselves three cents a box will present the award. Attorney WASHINGTON-Authority has
/R without the crops suffering a fate of the government can hasten 'oliage1' should be painted in light $30,000 FIRE on all grapefruit shipped out of the General Landla haa Invited all been granted State Relief Director
the arrival of their payments by
similar to, this year's. signing the corn-hog contracts at : rather bright colors, to give It a CROSS CITY-Three business state between Feb..5 and. Sept.. 1. Floridians to make their recommendations Marcus C. Fagg to purchase 250-
fl' Three thousand dollars is a pretty the earliest possible moment the contrast, while a house In the open buildings here were destroyed by -- to the selection not 000 pounds jf dried salt fish the
"j big loss in. itself. It could have extension service further explains. should be painted to milder colors. fire Friday night with a lose estimated SIIOLTZ STATES POSITION later'than Feb. 24. The decision estimated cost of which will be be- ,"

Iqf + been prevented in this case by disinfecting County agricultural agents .will Simple Suggestions at! approximately $30,000. TALLAHASSEE candidatesfor will.be announced March 1. tween,. $10,000 and $12,000, order .
the seed before they were circuit Judge and state's attor- to effect been
; '< furnish detailed information. Before painting cover all knots The lower floors of the structureswere this having forwarded
T planted. An expenditure of not ney want to make a campaign DIES IN LEAFJACKSONVILLE from head-
':'iI Reports on preliminary canvasses and sappy places with a coat of occupied by the local post- Washington
' ; ,<,\\I 1' more than a dollar in materials and of the principal corn and shellac or aluminum paint to seal office W. W. Cotter Grocery and Governor Sholtz said recently, their -Plummeting quarters of the Federal Emergency
w, .;y.,",''!'. ''time would have meant just three hog counties of the state Indicate In the pitch so that it will not bleed Cheek Drug Company. The upper names should be placed on the pri eighty feet', from the St., Johns Relief Administration. This follows
utl I W; thousand times a dollar in returns, i i'J' that the reduction campaign on through the paint. Never try to floors were occupied by offices. mary election ballot. In a letter to River bridge to,the docks below, ,work Initiated some weeks
f and would have kept the man's' these products Is likely to be joinedIn paint> a water-soaked house or the Earl D. Farr Punta Gorda, member ; William Dodge, twenty-nine son of ago by Millard Caldwell.' It Is Intended -
Fq, ::l' :farm free of these very destructive by practically all farmers elig- side on which direct sun rays are SCHOOLS GET HONEY of the State Democratic Execu- John W. Dodge, well-known-Jack- to effect a three-fold pure.
, .diseases.Of TALLAHASSEE The Motor tive Committee he said: "If can- sonville attorney was almost instantly -
ible to sign contracts. Cash benefits :shining. The first coat should con- pose, put fishermen to work In
,J' course not all truck crop diaI to the atate will be greater In .tale more oil and turpentine than Vehicle Department has turned didates for circuit Judge and state's killed early Saturday. A.' Florida, decrease the surplus
) eases can be prevented by seed diec proportion as the sign-up Is more later coats since it baa to penetrate over to the Comptroller's office attorney want to spend the time H. Frltot, a, companion, said he amount of fish on hand'''and aug
>, "' I infection. However a number of generaL the w"'od Paints for soft $1,100,000 for distribution to public and money involved in making a and Dodge were returning to Jacksonville ment the amount of money in cir.

.,r! diseases of cabbage, cauliflower, Farmers must agree to reduce on woods should have more oil and school operations. Other funds campaign with full realization of in a taxicab after their au- culation Jn the.state.
.' lV !kohlrabi, mustard rutabaggag, turnips both corn and hogs, If both have lees turpentine than those for hard- which go to schools*were expected the uncertainty of final appoint. tomobile had been damaged in an k' .
#Pl,/''.: cantaloupes, cucumbers, watermelons I been produced. Hogs raised for er surfaces. The priming coat ,I to add about $50,000 to the amount ment because of the'practical as- accident in South Jacksonville. As When the gasoline level drops to
; ,", tomatoes, peppers and 'home consumption are not, to be should be allowed to stand for at The Department Education prepared surance of the adoption of the constitutional they crossed the bridge Frltot said, a predetermined point in the auto-
L,. I ';eggplants can be prevented by counted it figuring reduction. Evidence least a week before the second I to allocate the funds immediately amendment reducing Dodge told the driver to stop, ran mobile ,tank a' new alarm device
T,..'!< treating the .aoed before they are of a creditable character will coat Is applied. Three coats are : upon notification' from the the: number of circuits, they shouldbe to the railing,.called boodbye' and. rings a bell; warning the driver to

t} planted. be required as to average acreageof eceaaary. for painting a new house. Comptroller's office!* given that privilege." j leaped over the railing. fill up.

ep ,I realize that not every farmer corn grown and hogs raised for If repainting an old house all
.' who; does not treat his seed before sale between December 1, 1931 loose paint should be scraped off, r
planting loses to disease. However I and December I, 1933. Statements and two coats added If the paint haa
; ; : a man can never tell when the seed giving number of hogs sold shouldbe been> neglected for some time. Uthe % -h
if r q ''I''he buys are infected with disease > secured by the farmers from surface Is chalky or powdery, k'(1

vf ,' Pi> germs, and disinfection is good In- persons to whom they sold during more oil and turpentine should be
,- .,aurance and cheap. the period, in advance of applications used In the first coat. If the 'aur-
,,':1' Simply soak the seed in a 1.1000 for contracts. fate Is hard, more turpentine and :ht iIIPi1111LJ isJy
:r..;; caolutlon of corrosive sublimate. Put less oil than usual should be used : _
tiN
l p !.' ? the seedIn, a bag and immerse Seek Beef And Pork 111 the first coat.
l a ,(I,; them in the solution, which should 1IL'

r<; be.in a wooden container. Wash From Florida Farms Many Prizes Offered a
ml the seed after they have been dis
!:, :'infected., Spread to dry In the For State Consumers For Fanning Records
;:I: shade.'/ Then they are ready to
r
plant. GAINESVILLE-Meat products Members of 4-H Club in this
i "' ,' Corrosive sublimate can be made from "cattle and swine' raised 'on county may participate in a nation-
\ ,at the right strength by dissolving: Florida farms in the quality and wide farm cost accounting contact,
(. ,a tablet in a pint of water.;: quantity neoded to supply the conducted by the National Com-
ti IY'k',' Soak cabbage, cauliflower kohlrabi state's consumers, have been mittee on Boys and Girls Club PiicI _
\, ', mustard, rutabaggas and turnips brought nearer of accomplishmentby Work, and sponsored by the International :1y _
;
for fifteen minutes cantaloupes -
{ ;
the animal husbandry activities Harvester Company, according -
a.' fr, : 'cucumbers and watermel- at the Agricultural Experiment to a notice Just lecelved by _
sons for ten minutes; tomatoes,peppers -
Station. Investigations that already this newspaper.The .
;, and. eggplants for eight minf VLJLJ I
'-l' I' lutes_ have given significant results will prizes numbering 'several
:
: be kept going through 1934. hundred will range from a small _
!; )NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIl Beef and pork as good as com- FarmaU tractor or a light motor eketeb4r
TAX 1>I-ICI> available be _
:' Notice In hereby. given. that Pierre monly anywhere may truck or a $WO merchandise certificate _
II 'A. Bernard. holder of Tax Certificate. produced In Florida It haa been down to 10.00 merchandise ...re
Mo. eel, dated 6th day of Aucuet, conclusively shown Yet but little certificates. The national winner \
1fh{ A, D. 1929, has Tiled laid. certificateIn ose
more than half the meats eaten In saeshetq
;RJ: my office and made application will receive prizes valued .t ".
+ 'kflt> for tax deed to Issue thereon. In ao- the state come from Its farms. 839.00. e" ,
,'pg j'&r /oordanoe with the law.following Said certificateembraces described Only about one-third of the beef Is Contestants may use any record \. eaee4 t *, '" \
+ t g property situated In Bradford Coun- home-raised. book that provides for an opening t'pea; -o\oc b \
'J'i' ty. Florida, to-wltt The Kant Halt Needs of the farmers are for the and
( f of floutheaet. Quarter of the South- closing Inventory, money ex- 1. J>" 'b' \
weat Quarter of Section Seven. (7), means of turning out better gradesof pended and received, coets of producing .
.. .
I; I', Township Seven (7) South. Range meat at lower costs and the principal crops, etc., and a 'b e; o < ,,
,
(>IS> ) Kait containing 'tf'e1 '
[i.'''Ij{Twenty (20) ,Acrei. more or l..... problems connected with livestock balance sheet. If such record books Trade us your dick, thin aka ,P'th let .
'l"" The aaittaament of ald property keeping are well on the way to solution are not available through county oQs
Urea for Quick-Stopping 6
"i h1f under the Bald certificate Imued wan b'
;
I- I"'Q( the name of Unknown. at the station testing agents, a simple one especially pre AO\; ,
Q',fi; deemed. ald certificate hall b. re. grounds, which- include range pared> for 4-H members may be obtained NEW .1934 Y. :AJ cfete
: according to law tax deed .
tracts.
\ .
'\ will l Issue thereon. on the 10th day from the National Committee
h of this dth.-1984.Pated Improved breeds more nutritive on Boy. and Girls Club Work, GOODTEARALLWEATHERS 10. a.
r( day. of January, feeds and bettor types of grazingare ,
Chicago 111., for cents
twenty the 't&-
,'\. .A.- !>.,,1984*,
\
."f". : :, A. J. THOMAS sought, and distinct progress actual coat of printing and mailing. .
!iJ\'V Clerk. of Circuit Court, haa been made In the direction of The national committee Is conducting -
f f>r 4Cr4 county, Florida.
1-tletsls| | -4 e each of these objectives the contest In co-operation with .
::
:
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lb.atate club leaders.

.ff Use ,This The books) must be opened as of
," Jan 1, Feb. 1 or March 1 and

)\' f\ Complexion, SecretJ116LBA cover following.twelve Upon consecutive completion months the NW sea '', .

books will be Judged by the county
1 ;( agent to determine the county winner .. 1alillr
who will receive a 910.00 merchandise :. '"
i -
;:\ l certificate. County win- You've' heard and we've heard a lot of tire
ners also have a chance for the
'i, Cleansing state prize which la choice of ,a claims hut here are facts straight from At even lower price
you 1
i ; '
to : T50-lb. capacity cream separator or9100.0O I .:r"... .c- Akron: The Goodyear people have 'corncan now buy quick-stop-

a merchandise certificate. .: plated more than 8,400 stopping'tests' on plnft. safety In the new
;, Cream State winners will compete in a GOOD USED Center Traction
sectional contest In which the prize automatically-braked cars equipped with
la choice of a complete double unit
;oiff(1. ''j'.A'9 ..' certificate.. The national winner .
... By accurate measurements on wet slippery '
tl is first of.ail a mat- has a choice of a FarmeR 12 tractor S '
itl''i terr"- of cleanliness.m or 9500.00 merchandise certifi < pavement, smooth tires slide '77%' farther
"r//
h cate.Records at than new Goodyear AllrWeathers-and .
Make this test-for must be kept In the
i
;f. handwriting of the club member. other new non-skid tires*slide 14% to, 19% $ 55
{(''I one month-
night
: but he la permitted and encouraged farther than, the Goodyears.. 'These figures
,t" and morning: Use Melba Cleansing i to make use of help from parentsand BARGAINPRICES
leaders. Contestants will not check with'the experience of our Goodyear '

'i; Cream, on face, throat and be required to reveal the contents "''s' customers and ourselves. Now safe are your Up', I

,, shoulders and see the difference of their records at any time except tires .
through judges who. will keep ;today? ,
I It"
r ( t It:, reaches to the depths of each them confidential. "K; ,' ,,-_. I

:i"ll rig, tiny pore-penetrates; flushes ancj( By Interesting parents in the I
'. contest it is hoped to increase .
< leaves the ;;;;;;;;;;;;;; "
+ ;x:k skin greatly the practice of keeping records '
,)' which, in the readjustment
soft'and
tl lovely. now( required of'agriculture will i

"' t& prove of Inestimable. aid.- PROMPT Register Motor Co. .

t SOc Consumption of oranges and

"1 )'I: five grapefruit per cent baa in the advanced last five twenty-years. ROAD SERVICE Phone,103 For .Road Service

They people.must be good, and good for STARKE,, FLORIDA. '\

II your dealer .Guaranteed Tire Repairing .fl
in 1A: )s,,. t t ;M tend III hLs IeemeMELBA brings Into Florida more than eight T

}t I million dollars, and Is surpassed
"'I:" ,only by citrus, truck, and dairy .
,. e, 380, FiftH Avenue New York I products.: 4. y
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 415 1984 BRADFORD COUNTY y
31c .. TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA AGE SEVEN'Re
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> : Trt .eiN.rr Economic Highlights 1 -F LOR I UA -HI iH bIGJJJ: .... 1M. h-i, !hNN 1I-1'k//tfI4N/ :

r.iff J'
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; tt'' \)\, Happ.alnt.. Thitt Affwt the Dl..e.
oat I'nll. l.lvMr.il c...... .. i is lamp fed 11111. of Ih'.." IndlTlilnnl.-IV a. ; THE ANCIG'A rNbt4N
mrto and
ho Thy> worn a my ; a light onto ay path.-Ptalm llftlOS.illftplUflriJSllf tonal unit 4rnatlonal Problem. 1 yD'4 r

ee InmpMnkl From Local Waltajr / CQVPMGNrFO.2 ATTENTION' STAMP COLLEC.... ; i
3/IM31in/ AU "rellgioua teaching, doctrine or -s '
,>id iyiftT4 creed, if they are to have any claimwith The end of 1933 and the begin- 1- '. GG/AtDWG CG&Yo TORS

ate ipon tie love,loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony ning of 1034 witnessed an Improve / ,577LLN USG :
' the teachings of Jesus the Christ vhose words fit tato ever*fold and crevice:46'"NEVER ment in general business. The decline Editor Telegraph, e .
lie of the human heart end of whom it was eald in John MAN In 8Y THE flO.R/DA Starke, Florida. '' ,'
production which followed i
, SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN.
t teer Dear Sir '
the July peak"and wiped out the SEAt/HOaS : 1
fasten of Bradford and Union rotmtle are Invited to DM this department bulk of spring and summer gains, / Attention Is called to the Issu- 'p ;
for new of church activities, organization sod announce was reversed. Contra-seasonal ance of three-cent Little America; ''

ments. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement provement occurred in a number ot //f 1 commemorative stamps In sheetsof

being that such Item reach this office before Wednesday morning lines as it did the first half of last r i i'' six stamps each, as printed on
otberwU they cannot be handled for current Issue.STtRKB r ... the postage-stamp to be. included
lest year., There seems to be a more press -
hopeful outlook on the part at in the display of the Bureauof 1

he ) CHURCH DIRECTORY Jesus concerning the Straight Gate leaders of a number of basic In- v fi r< y Engraving and Printing at the

First;Baptist Church and Narrow Way teach that.livinga dustries., The hysterical excitement National Stamp Exhibition of 1934 rF i '

'1.It Rev. J. J. Johnson; pastor. life acceptable to God requires which followed the creation of the to be held at Rockefeller Center, .s.1

alPt Sunday.School-10.00: A. M. determination and effort Sin Is NRA' and other phases of the recovery New York, February 1018. E 'r y

m Morning Worship.-11:00: A. M. easy and< its broad way easy to go program is being replace: The special aheeta will be ftp- 1j! ,

B. Y. P. U.-6:30: P. :M. with the multitude down the broad : by'a more stable and realistic view- proximately 3x3% In dimensions 4

toLa Evening Worship.-7:30: P. M. way. The Christian must be willing point. Of Importance to business and will be issued ungummed and ,CVo ,

, A cordial invitation extended to deny himself many worldly generally Is the allaying of the unperforated. The following printing -. i '

all there services. pleasures and abide the slurs and fear that the government would will appear in email type In

' 'r-- insults of satan and his agents. He embark on inflation by fiat moneyIt blue ink on the four sides of the N

Methodist Church must follow a guide different from Is believed that the President'smove sheets: "Printed by the Treasury

''yd Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. his natural Inclinations. He should to stabilize silver, and the Department, Bureau of Engraving l N, .

Sunday)" School 10 a.m. have a settled purpose and firm resolve -' bill to devaluate the dollar make and Printing, under authority of '

t- Morning worship at 11:00: am. to follow Christ and obey His the issuance 'of prlntlng-prea James A Farley, Postmaster General I

Young People's Meeting-6:30: .' teachings! Though he often fail, money highly improbable. New York, N. Y., February 4,7 +', .i

P.M. he should continue the effort. .It is doubtful If the current Con- 0-18, 1934 in compliment to the y

Evening Worship::30 P. M. Our lesson says, "Every tree that gress will be so important to business !- National Stamp Exhibition of Ij, 1 r

u bringeth not forth good fruit is as most sessions are, Inas- 1934." j4

Presbyterian Church hewn down and cast into the fire." much aa it is largely a rubber- As the Little America stamp was
lr'
I; Rev. George H. Lowry Minister. The Jews did not cultivate"trees stamp body, wjrfch. follows the issued primarily for use on mail j''

le Services next Sunday as follows: fur shade or beauty, but only for wishes of the President from A to dispatched on the Byrd Antarctica 9 s 1 j'

" 10:00 A. M.-Sunday School T. their fruit. Intoxicants and the saloon Z., Mr. Roosevelt's plans,' in gen- Expedition, the special sheets of;: i'

8. Williams, acting superintendent. are trees bearing evil fruit and eral, are well known and to that DAVID LGc/Y 2J3$4 this stamp, as described herein, will Q ,

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; should not be permitted to cumberthe extent there .is less 'uncertaintyover ; not be Issued to and sold through {

1- eermon by the pastor. earth. legislative activity than there YULhkFl.OIJOA post offices, but will be first placed'

1I y 6:30: P..M.-Christian Endeavor; The beginning of the"Broad Way would otherwise be. on sale February 10, 1934, at the

Is topic, "Does God Always Punish that leadeth to destruction" Is not A review of the business sltua branch Philatelic Agency to be operated

Wrong How?" Gal 667.: often marked with danger signals, tlon follows: o/ in connection with the National ,' q
but is usually lighted, with paved Commodity Prices-the low for Stamp Exhibition.
7:30: P. :M.-Evening Worship; WAS THE F/2STNEBwiv
streets; with signs pointing to commodity prices was reached on chi{ '
song and .sermon. For the benefit of stamp collectors -
March 3 when they stood at fifty- S&/VATOJB THE
a The Ladies Auxiliary will meet pleasure gardens from which enticing who do not attend the Na
muslo Is heard.It five per cent of the 1926 level. Highof J'Y/TED
9 Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 13. with Sl:47.ES"" tional stamp Exhibition, provisionwill
72.2 in October. There has
'. Mrs Mary Dover and Mrs. T.. N. is only after the traveler has came tV be made to place the souvenir: ,q f'
Kendrick Mrs. G. H. Lowry will I chosen that "way" that Its real been little late"change, and a de. -IS' Z e J sheets of Little'America stamps on
of stabilization to haye
lead the discussion on "Mlsnlons in i character begins to appear. One sin gree seems sale at the Philatelic Agency, Post -
Africa." : after another is offered In the most been reached. Level on Jan. 12, ,DAVID ,LEVY YULEE served as a eat Horidmn of his 3ay. Office Department Washington, D. y4 +

A cordial invitation to all. our attractive form and too often accepted was 72. Senator from Florida from July, 1845.. to Although the Florida Indians;i have C., beginning Feb. 19, to which of- '

services extended to all. by the traveler, who learns Domestic Trade- Contrary to March, 1851, and from March 1855. to adopted such modern Implements an pots flee mall orders may be submitted {,

a later of the sorrows and destruc- many forecasts,..December The inevitable retal January, 1861. Prior to his election as a and pans. axe, krlves, de., many still' for the desired number of full '+ ''

SUNDAY SCHOOL tion ,to which the "Broad Way" business slackening was followed good. Christmas but, Senator he, served as a delegate from cling to the ancier.U method of grinding sheets, with remittance by postal'

leads. The "weeping and gnashing again, It was not so great as some Florida to the 27th and 28th Congresses their ('01'1111 a hollowed]! stump or lo;*. The money order at the rate of eight

LESSON of teeth" come when' the abyss of expected. Sales have been more and served from March 4th, 1811, to corn i u 1 placer: inside and pulverized! by a een cents each, In addition to which
eternal destruction confronts the allowance must be made for return '
satisfactory In the major farm March 3rd, 1845. So prominent was he heavy wooden: crusher. This system has i
traveler! at the end of the "way. and
fee. Personal
postage registration
areas than in urban industrial cen in the development of Florida, during this betel)n in use for centuries among the Flor- checks and other 1 lr

FEBRUARY 11, 1934. period, that he was regarded as the great- ida :Sernntoles.: postage
stamps will positively not be :
accepted
ters.Employment
Subject: Timely Warning (Tem- -An unlookedfordrop i ,

perance Lesson.) occurred in this field at the in payment.
When standing at the North Pole JEANETTE C. YOUNG,
Golden,Text: "Every tree that BOB JONES end of the year, as contrasted with
bringeth not forth good fruit is successive gains up to the middleof I LAWTEY GRAHAM all directions are south. At the Postmaster,

hewn down, and cast Into the fire." October.. Late reports show a O. J. Phillip, Cor. Mrs. L. C. Smith, Correspondent South Pole all directions are north. Starke, Florida.,

Matthew 7:19.: cent. than seasonal .
I OMMENTS two per more -
Lesson Text: Matthew 7129.: drop In employment with a reduction .. Wild flax is so constructed that Young cockooa usually grow up, y

(Printed portion7:12-29)-: ). "I HEC of six; per cent In payrolls. The Baptist Revival Progresses AbernathyKIngH. its seed can be released only during under the care of foster parents t;
RE
Time and Place:' Summer of A. AM* industrial employment decline has The revival meeting being con D. Abernathy and Miss Novella wet weather. smaller than themselves. 1

D. 28; a mountaln'in Galilee. HEREAFTER. been somewhat offset by rising ducted by the pastor, Rev. William King of Hampton were quiet.

From today's lesson we' quotethe employment on Federal public Mathaney, and Evangelist Lyell at ly married by the Rev. L. D. Johnsat '

following: Sometime ago 4 minister said,tome works projects. the Baptist Church here, Is being his home on Tuesday evening at HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN t :;.r. .'
"Therefore things whatsoever sick'aDd Finance--.The stock market has attended by l large Congregations at 8:00: o'clock. Only a few friends '
ye would that 'men should do to "I am conference tired of I,c attend n.. been stronger with some substan- the: two daily services 2:30: and witnessed the ceremony. The hap lr: '/l":

you, do ye even so to them: for thisIs ferences.they tell Every us how to put overa tial rises but it is still a specula- 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening the py couple plan to make their homeat AND MEN WIN'11 ; ;
the law the
and prophets. tor's market, made"uncertain by Gideons will conduct the singing Lacoochee. dl
la
program. The trouble the people J / ,
"Enter In at the
ye straight spasmodic profit-taking. Outsideof service at 7:30 The is -
: p.m. public
gate; for wide Is the gate, and haven't an inclination to put The Favor of Other Men .If'I'
What Deed Federal issues, few new bonds cordially Invited to attend all serv- Locals ,, i ,
broad is the way, that leadth to over the program. we have appeared. Present money Ices. The Rev. C. C. Butler filled his
Is to get the Impulse that we used Unless two pints of bile juice ;;p.;ot them to cat rid of this volwm
destruction, and many there be policies presage an increase In the regular appointment at the Chris that dotroyi your .,....o"aI ah....... Th ycan't
which in thereat. Because to have" This man meant "We flow daily from your liver into do Itor they only move out tb.
go > price of medium-grade bonds, a CWA tian Church here Sunday.. He delivered
don't need to know more as muchas your bowels, your food decays in tell end off your bow la and that do..,''
straight la the gate and narrow is we need to want to know more." slight ,.shrinkage, In highgradebonds. The CWA is rapidly Improvingthe two sermons. at 11:00: am. your bowels. This poisons your tako sway enough of the decayed po....... i ,
the way which'leadeth unto life, looks of the city by filling in and 7:30: p.m., which were thor- whole body.. Movements get; hard Gounttloi won"t help at all.
.
and We usually find a way to do a Only a fns flow of your bll I juloo. will'
few there be that find it. want to do. Foreign Trade/Allowing for the school grounds and remodelingthe oughly enjoyed by a large congre- and constipated. You get yellow top thus I dens,pnlion In your bowel. The '
"Beware of false prophets, which thing that we really seasonal Influences exports were city hall building. gation. tongue, yellow skin, pimples) dull one mild vegetable. madl.ln. which atari
come to, in sheep's clothing, We preachers tell people to do. We bad breath, bad taste, gas a fr*. flow bun lulc la Carter''*
you at the end of the
but ought to preach to them about get. about average Mr and Mrs. W. Webb of Brooker dizziness, headache. You have be- LJttl Liver' Pllli.. No ottfom.l! (marmnry) 9s t
inwardly they are ravening
below normal. Is CarUr'a. Only fino, mild vraalabl
year, Imports were ; Council Meet were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Get experience. ,Get the love of come an ugly-looking, foul-imell-
an
: If would brine baak
wolves. Ye shall know them by xtraota. you
Our favorable balance of trade Is At of the council
a meeting city Griffin afternoon. You taiilnt
Saturday sour-thinking
Ing ,
God In their hearts. When we person. per.anal charm to win m.n atart
their fruits. Every tree that bring- increasing. Here Is another fieldIn Monday evening the council granted have lost; your personal charm Cartar'a Llttla Ll .r Pllla aroordlna; to ,?rldir.etlon.
eth not forth good fruit Is hewn have this love in our hearts It.la Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin of today Jn< at drug atoraa.Rfuna .
which dollar devaluation will be delinquent,property owners Everybody wants to run from you. Maomthlna i jttat ffooil'.for It
must tell ; aa
down Wherefore ; so wonderful that we just Starke were In our section Friday
and cast Into the fire. '
an all-important influence.ConstructionThis some much needed relief When an But don't; take salts mineral mar arlp. looian Mth or nald
by their fruits ye shall know ; somebody. Men are always inclined the most afternoon. oils laxative plUs. )laxative r.otura, Ask for Cartar'a Little
extension of three waters
to talk about the things in years waa givenIn Liver Pllla by narna and a'.t
them. lagging of all great industries durIng which to pay up back city taxes Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McEver were candle orchewlnff rums( and what mu ask for. OIDI9.C.M.Co., .....
"Not everyone that sayeth unto which they are. most" .Interested. 1933, seems to have improved.At If current years taxes are paid. shopping In Starke Saturday aft J t

me, Lord.Lord shall enter into the incleveland. the end of the year contra- ernoon. I
kingdom of heaven, but he that At the Bob Jones College seasonal Improvement took com Strawberry Shipment Robert Burrows of St. Augustine FUNERAL DIRECTORS + +

doeth the will of my Father which i Tenn.,. following the six mand. In December there was a Small shipments of strawberries was'visiting his sister, .Mrs A. W.
is in heaven. Many will say to me weeks' summer session we are go- Broughton Sunday. our Many Years Experience Make It Possible for U* to Render'
larger volume of building than in continue to go out dally from here
In that day. Lord' Lord have we Ing to have, beginning July 15, one any month since October, 1931. mt'on account 'of the recent cold Mrs. Mack McKenzie of Jacksonville EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE'

not prophesied In thy name? And of the greatest Bible conferences Transportation-End of the year It t will be some time before large who has been spending several MODERATE PRICES "

in thy name hath cast out devils? ever held in America We are not decline In freight traffic was less shipments will go forward. I days with her parents, Mr. D WITT C. JONES COMPANY l lN lr

and In thy name done many won- going to talk about a program. We than seasonal experience forecast.In -, and Mrs. J. A. Surrency, returnedto STARKE. FLORIDAStrawberry r

derful works T And then will I pro are going to try to get the peopleso January all classes of freight Local* : her home Tuesday.Rev. -- cNYA

fess unto them I never knew you; filled with a passion. that theywill showed Increases. Revenue con Mrs. D. W. Moore and children King of Hampton was a
be-
depart from me, ye that worketh go out and do the.thing and Business visitor here Monday. ,
cause they want todo It. In con- tinues to be above a year ago, were visiting In Tallahassee Sun- ..
Iniquity Therefore whosoever i
new orders for freight cars have .
heareth these sayings of mine, and nection with this Bible conference, day.Freddie The origin of the expression "to
.
been high. : Cox of Miami( was visiting ...
doeth them I will liken him unto a which will be open to all who wish Automobiles-New. models have relatives and friends here this save one's bacon" Is probably the ........
wise man, which built his house to: attend we are going to set aside and care taken in the early days to save
met with an excellent response, week.
upon a rock; and the rain descended one hour every day for preachers. from the dogs the bacon which was
the first two weeks of the new Mrs. O. J. Phillips and children
and the We are going to have a special laid for winter
and
the floods came, up Pickers'TICKETS
wind that course in "What to Preach and year showed a sharp rise in produc- were visiting at Theressa .Saturday 1
blew 'and beat
upon not lon, ,with demand running ahead afternoon. .
It: We are
Preach
house How to
: and It fell not for It was
; are Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish were
how to raise of it. Auto prices generally
to tell them
founded upon a rock. And every going higher than last year. Fifteen out visiting at the State Farm Saturday Pain ReliefIn
one that heareth these sayings of money or how to put over an organization.
of, seventeen producers show increased afternoon.
.
We are Just going to
mine and doeth them not shall be
Miss Lorene
schedules. Kelly was shoppingIn
likened unto a foolish man which try to fill ,them full o< a burning operating Minutes
industry Jacksonville
This afternoon
-
Chemical Industries- Saturday
built and desire to go out after the lost. We
his house the sand
upon ; Those O. E. S. meetIng
details had a comparatively good yearIn attending -
the rain Descended, and the floods I are so busy with mechanlcs'and Demand andGENUINE G.tM
>
don't 1933, and recent reports show at Starke Monday evening wereMrs.
came and the winds blew and beat that, even preachers their> operations continuing;: at a relatively W, H. Biggs. Mrs.A. H. Harley -

upon that house; and It fell; and I have time to develop- own nigh level, Improvements i Mrs., E. B. Wells Mrs. W. C. _

great was the fall of it." spiritual, lives. .. ana Wooten Mrs: W. E; Torode.
In the' automobile and Iron '

the The first word of the"Therefore chapter,", including refers to I' The old ,time preachers didn't I II I steel Industries, maJor. buyers of Prof Wr L.: Beacon was a business R $2e00 Per Thousand

chemicals, are good auguries for visitor to Starke Tuesday J
the phrases, "Judge not that ye be have many' book*. but they bad .
the future.. evening. .
I for fellowship with God. They
not Judged. and "Ask and it shaD time
Miss Lucille Plummer taking I
1933 were was -
be ,were mighty men.. It Is not gener- Agriculture- crops 25c '
given'you. Each Additional Change 1'lI
valued at (4,077,000.000 increase teacher's. examination
,
are :
Survey of the. .Le.son-One' of ally believed but preachers > .
Starke last week
of forty-three percent over
the business men. They have to
greatest "utterance of Christ' good BAYER I
1932., The Improvement was en- -
teachings pertaining to our con- be to live on the salaries they get Paper money In $1, 2 and *5 denominations a
Some Urely due to rising prices, as production
their children.
duct and educate ASPIRIN
toward one another la the
usually becomes worn At TheBradford N
think that.the business side was eighteen per cent under -:
Golden Rule. An Intelligent universal people not'devel.oped. the 1932 level. Mid-January :and ready for retirement after being BECAUSE of unique process ,
life i* t
of It would elimInate of the preacher's
] -
application
Genuine
.
in circulation from six to nine Bayer
show substantial improve-
nearly all the friction be- 'I sometimes think 'that the reports i months. Aspirin Tablets are made to die.
tween nations, organlxatlono: and modern minister ha to 'pay'toomuch ment In wheat and cotton receipts. I ntegrate-or ditsolve-INSTANT-

IndivMuaU. '.The grace of God In attention to business and has Lumber-In the middle of December _------- ..-- .. LY yon take them. Thus they atart Count.

the heart creates a desire to put it too little time left to give -to. his orders were. at the lowest to work irutantlu. Start ''takingtold"
Into development. levels of the year. Moderate recovery -r it with Flowers of even a severe headache
practice. The Golden Rule Is real spiritual, In mid-January. Say neuralgia neuritis or rheumatic pain
similar in import to the declarationthat appeared a few minute alter taking
one should love his neighbor IRRIGATION CALLED VITAL Prices continue to advance. "" 10 ... And they SAFE relief-

as himself, Matt. 22:39: < ALTAUONTB :*- Anyone who Steel-Steel output gained In for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN does
The lesson today la also a lesson grows vegetables without Irrigation December, as opposed to the usual Flowers For All not harm the heart. So if you want Telegraph

on temperance reform and all reformers facilities Is ."fooll h," accord- seasonal experience. In the second QUICK then SAFE relief tee Look
should refrain from harsh Ing to W. B. Ballard ,local fern week of January'operations wereat Decuiona'CERTRUDE you,act real Bayer article.
truck coot of for the Bayer cross on every tablet pt
Judgment 'of their opponents, grower, has a fine gar- thirty-four per capacity u a* shown above and for the word
though it may be difficult fpr' those den now producing. Dry weather -another gain.' Prices In most GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN ,on '
GODBEY k krt n"5VI
who know the rum and suffering baa not worried :Mr. Ballard any. markets have advanced. vary bottle or package you buy, PHONE_ 29 STARK; FLA.

caused by alcohol and its He also ha many 'thousands, of"glads .Textiles-At the end of the year .KINLAW Member N.R A.
strawberries and assorted a heavy decline occurred'; and this
panying drinking: com *
place PHONE STARES FLA' -}
wad indulgence,' \ accom-I varieties at WI... all Irrigated ; .was one of the few Industries with, GENUINE! BAYER ASPIRIN "
s 'J t, ,5yr 'j
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IdJPAGE FIUDAV.. FEBRUARY. 1 6, 1934
BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH: STAltKg, PLGBlUA.
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Bradford County Telegraph THE It doubtful HOMESTEAD' -if any EXEMPTION single act of Maybe 'You'veHeard II 1-P ,r;, QJD:, --* ffU'T' '''TRUE ]


i: 4; Established'' 1877'' the Legislature,.Florida has evei; '. ,' r rx n paM 0',. .

.. created: so much comment! and gene .' .It, But l'i I
.
_. : ... .
eralinterest among':' people ,>#Ot I Ie Ir
Published'. i' Weekly' on 'Fridays and Entered as Second Class only' In'this state but In all parta n ,

1't' Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida of the country; as the passage at OUTLOOK 1-1

'the last session of the Legislatureof DISMAL.
[te "erriIt the Homestead Exemption Constitutional It quite took.our appetite one

'- E. L. Matthews_____________,._______Editor and Owner Amendment Florldlana day this week reading what Prof.

'- -- travelling in other states report Papp, a learned German, tells: 'us

yf n SUBSCRIPTION RATE I that they are constantly plied with we will look like In., a couple of
In reference' to this act, thousand years. some of aa are

& Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75e-Payable in Advance and questions it la believed that its passage hard enough on the' eyes right. now, I I IR Ii

Advertising Rates 'on Application will do as much as Florida sunshineand but If Prof. Papp. & world author- H y /
flowers to cause hundreds of Ity on evolution., correct In his ray

"s It begins to'look as if the world will be TAliKEDlnto thousands of people throughout the speculations, future folks are going J

country to obey that long-felt Impulse to need mighty strong nervesto
1. another war i iCouldn't to come to Florida to live. undergo the ordeal of looking I

.:- o A recent bulletin Issued by the each other In the eye.' -

something be 'done about Georgia's automobile American Taxpayers League, Inc., Get a firm grip on your chair __ S (. ;;
and read what f. baa to
has..this to say In regard to the Pry :, Papp 'pebfWOii- e
r tags under that "unfair competition" code? proposed,amendment: say about- the looks of your .descendants -

"Outsiders have for a long time :
"Ten'feet l head massive and
high,
Orchids toGovernor Sholtz for his statement: "We do known about our soil, our,.Climate, -
;t ,, and wonderful living condi- hairless, no teeth, lips thin and ,
our Awt.
of in Florida." brain able tq, transmit and rtllo
i; not condone the crime lynching tions, but in the last dozen years pale (
likea t AE'S
receive electro-magnetic waves
o I they have heard about our ever Increasing ,
I tax burdens:' and have, radio,, x-ray eyes able to see NeeSNE INS
:
In a nudist strip poker game we wonder if each time a through solid objects." ;
therefore, been Influenced against NO RACS O 1 n
player loses he has to don a piece of clothing? I Io coming to Florida and establishing A frightful enough picture, sure _
ly. But what'worries -us' most is 1
a new home. After all. Florida Is
that part about th< "'brain able to
| 1t
"IJ q"" ,' $'' An exchange recommends garlic' for colds because it a make state.It of easier homes for, people and, we to.must.own transmit and receive electromag" t

T&i makes people who have colds keep away from you. homes in Florida if we expect. to .I nectlo waves like a radio. Can .
you imagine how painful it will be
0 continue to build the state. Comparatively
to walk along the street with some
One exchange is doing its' bit to elevate the language. state, for Florida many will years be and a pioneer as- Fiftieth Century.'crooner coming in 'f- '

i It referred to the ground hog as a "ground swine." long as that is true our prosperitywill over the }brain 'elld; of everybodyyou .
pass on the'.idewalk 7 ..
d depend In great measure upon
We notice that Prof. Papp didn'tlay
M activity In real estate. If we attract
Florida's straw hat season officially begins February 1. settler a word about how the women
the right kind of ,
of when the winter will look at that future date. Perhaps
However, it begins unofficially most us namely: the home owner In sufficient ; J
A be la a mairrfe'd( man, or perhaps
', lid gets past wearing. *II: volume, our agricultural and I @ AMERICA PEOPV& 6HCMJUttVE
; Qa ," 0' Industrial development. will natur- he was using the word "man"In INTEREST IH GCtttNO THEIR '-nEQ,au WBOUl 10 Coo 000 BQUAae
I the biological ,sense. At
ally follow. any KMtt* tU THETOaAtfttaVSttK AHOMBER MILES\ 0* oat "'OR.e". AMA IN
t : the rate). have to offer our ,
to right
+ ; A theatrical producer has asked Huey Long play "The security of any community"rests w OF' crriES 1 we ow wet> IT. TUB WORLD
lead In a Broadway musical comedy. A suitable title might with the home owner. iThe, own, private!,, .prediction as to the
( I looks of what the boys will be playing
"''i' home Is the hearthstone /oil.;: the ,
.
\ "As Thousands Jeer. I
be of
with
post office .a couple
family, the foundation of. society, ''chairtable
from Here view will not be'held VIVID IUSTORY OF OLD HALL
thousand now.
e'nation.. years .
( and the backbone of
much longer. There Is opportunitynow .
? ;i A famous doctor say's'' thdt climate controls love. An- It gives birth to, and ,n fosters goes: ? Other Pens I for those who have been delinquent (Contineud from Page'l),,
,Ear lobes,will be tied neatly'mback From
;t other reason why weather ''men: should use more care in all community sentiment, pride and to borrow money, at a low renew'' acquaintance. Later the
of the ,neck_ bgcau of excessive
9
It holds the worthwhile >
patriotism. rate of Interest and for a long period general caned at the office; of the
making their predictions. 'citizen In a strong bond of.attachment stretching from'heavy:earrings of time,, for, the purpose of Bradford County Telegraph, where .
;0' -_ 0i of deep regard for the best heads''Will shed .soft, lumi- THE SIMPLE LIFE Ity I NO.MORE
t paying taxes.' .If they do not do so the writer >was employed the
id '--i yp The l latest society stunt''in 'Jacksonville is a "giggle Interests of his community. nous glow Induced by thousands of --.-. it is' because: of one tof two things. time.- The general shook hands all

"Any system of taxation, therefore years of electrical permanent wav- A gentleman we know something Slither they have no equity In their around, and while he was chatting
? ltlie'idea
: < 'party. Let's hope that for this was ing brain;will have shrunk to a
; entertainment which jeopardize. the ownership teach his,small daughter property.above' the Incumbrances, with the editor we had a good look
,{ ;knot i \ inspired by giggle water.. '' of homes strikes at the very minimum size because of the con- about the stars the other night. He Including taxes;, or-they deliberately at this remarkable man; .The noted
tinued of of thn which is most popularity pointed out this one
life root thing >
T,i 0 prefer that their neighborsand chieftain was tall and thin, and
to develop a worthwhile Temple Bailey, and, of course, all andthen tried to show her where "
necessary fellow citizens shall the what of countenance he
I carry ferocity
A famous flyer wastfined' for speeding in Fort Lauder- 'community and make It prosperous.The women will be <*havlng the entire the.Big Dipper'was. .
burden of the government for them might have worn when riding at
,::j f dale. She should learn that)there is a difference between I ever'increasing tax burden In upper part of their face. becauseof She had trouble in seeing it-and while they wait for an opportunity the head of his swiftly moving
'
culture of the
tiff flying in the air and along city:Btreets. Florida is a matter of 'constanl the constant and of the eyelashes presently, the gentleman discovered : to'j adjust their Indebtedness to troop, was now ameliorated to the
,. \ dread[ and concern to the present plucking -eye to his amazement that the their own advantage; extent' that his,face was that of
r. o't
,;4 : home owner and the greatest poaible brows youngster never, in' her''life bad first the ideal poet-mild and.intellect.

t// [t Wauchula Advocate*says one of its correspondents sent discouragement to the pros seen a dipper and didn't even know have'Ib'the no equity instance above Incumbrances-those who ual His voice' was soft and his

''t 9'', :r ,in the following, note: "News i is scarce this week. Every- pective home owner. GIVE US HENRY what one was. have a liability property. The manners full of charm.
benefit LONDON Feb. 2.-HI. royal
( ,
"No state In the Union can To a, member of the older gen. One relic found in the old build-
!'b. has been tending't his business" Is bankrupt The'owner
; 'body busy own to an extent, or in. Highness the Prince of Wales and odd property
as great erationthis looks like a very '' ing was contrivance having a
i\1.1\ a proportion, than Florida by His brother, the Duke of York;; are old familiar should be willing for the city,
greater lack of knowledge.The
long screw attached to It. It was
county and state to take over the _
Stw; l A syndicated cartoon'r :ntly depicted the trend of the carrying out the Constitutional doing, embroidery! In their spare' dipper, that always bung in property.. In the second-the own- not used, as some seem to believe,
j time revealed today.)
Amendment to relieve the home of was the kitchen where you could dip It for the truth out of wit.
times. worried 'father "Well can't'fit la. :to his squeezing
; : It showed a saying, we 1'. er trying save propertyat
from, the burdens -
,' the average person In the water bucket for a drink or It was a for balling
!!. It seems to,us noRyod can, come the expense!: of hla .friends and nesses. press
"L"'Ii pay anything on Junior's alimony until Irene gets a check of taxation.. It will cause a from a future king sitting in the stove's hot water reservoir fellow citizens. They are carrying old paper used by the Boy Scouts

p N from. her ex-husband.". : '" feeling of security and, content. Idling away the, royal/ ,) ours doing for dishwater, was as familiar'' a their share, of the governmental during the World War. For at that

'iq ment to our present home owning nothing but knitting.The part of household equipment\ the expenses, and carrying his. share time there was a great scarcity: of
tttzens and will encourage hundreds living room lamp or the bedroom paper and wood pulp, and the boys
old had their
; boys might have also. The patience and charity of
What this country Heeds''is i a couple of Arabians to help of thousands of new home
th4 washstand. were given by the
faults- love life of Henry the taxpayers who, pay will not en- presses govern
Y'' "n: ,us make out our budgets. Arthur Brisbane says that in owners to move into the state. Its ''VIII .w... what might A'.child of our generation could dure this much longer.-, Eustis ment and urged to gather materialfor

,/Arabia the average manlSvorka for five'cents a day and supports not unreasonable to suppose that M ,easily be termed tawdry, as easily have been Ignorant of the Lake Region. the paper mills.
lQ the first year after the adoptionof But at least he gave the history I appearance of a knife and fork aa Then was found an old machinefor

1' as ,many as four wives: the Homestead Exemption writers something, more, Interesting .of a dipper. ARE YOU DISCOURA0ED T sorting oranges, once operatedby
F' o Amendment that twenty thousand to record than that I. But things are different' now Truby Sternburg A. Cc:, merchants

;: Station WJAX is the'sc he of a fight' to the finish bet or more new. families will, move he did lovely embroidery. and the gentleman who made'. this Into the state, acquire land and We think it infinitely more fitting little discovery felt that the changewas convention attended by many asterous freeze in 1894- bearing
tween'the two slogans for Florida: "The Land of Sunshine"'and erect homes, and In this one effort that -young;;princes should somehow symbolic. :' Imps. He instructed the Imps to orange groves were. plentiful in

"Th.loJation'8 Sun Parlor." Here's hoping "The Land bring Into the state, and spend devote their i time to becoming In the old days the citizen got his go out into the world and sell discouragement this section. What la now Alva-

f of Sunshine" gets the decision.Mr1 fifty million dollars of new money. excellent,swordsmen and water supply by the simple processof to the human' race. rez's Addition to Starke was then
-4! This Immigration would,.be,. progressive romantic lovers diggings well-or, possibly, going One imp approached an average the Hamrlck grove, accounted one

V 0 J and wlU increase with I,Than 'crocheting: dresser covers.A'NEAT to the- town pump-hauling up man. "Aren't you discouraged?" of the finest In the state.

: The U. S. Weather Bureau tells us that white lightning each year bucket and putting It., on the he asked The iron cage, used as the city

.; is more dangerous than the 1 brilliant> red flashes. The white The people generally 'are, un- : INVENTION kitchen table., "No." replied the man.. "I can't calaboose before it fell Into "In-
questionably in favor of voting for On of our realtors,,:who'.notices Nowadays the, process Us both say that I am.'. nocuous desuetude," may be restored -
Mr1 kind, we have noticed, )has'the peculiar quality of making the amendment at the election next such' things repo"u"that"; j i a j, new simpler.and more complex "How about the banks that are to usefulness. succeeded

&t, ,husbands go home and beat uji their; wives. all. It Is, however, predictedthat, catalogsent"out r by, one, of ...t.J1C1I _:It'. simpler., in ,thajt all he?does closed?" the Imp asked. a. structure built "puncheons f ,"
!oj'I 0 the railroads, utilities companies" I larger mail\ order houses advertises, Ia turn on a faucet and let the wa- .'"I guess I am a Uttle 'discouraged standing where Darby's fertilizer
.
I bondholders, some financial institutions :for' sale a.' flashlight:.that enables ter run of its own "accord.. Its ," the man admitted. house now la.: Half a dozen staunch
If. ..Starke Telegraph says the cold weather put the straw- and subsidized politicians are 'one to "read fine*newsprint'ata, more complex In. that the faucet "How about eleven million Peopleout American prisoners once managedto

: berry. crop behind about four'vreeks., >Just four weeks to go opposed to the adoption that ot,.the I distance\of quarter of a mite." wnn't work'unless'b hnd''It there of work?" overturn ,the ,building and es-

;ir;, without "strawberry rash." Gainesville Evening News. It's amendment on the theory re Our Informant thinks that such an it an Intricate framework of reser. "Yes, rm discouraged," the man cape. After It had been "upended"
: movingthetax.b, urden from the ; invention,,(about the 'authenticity volrs. pumping stations, aqueducts, conceded. again, a. wagon load of sand was
"i fjt ,?not strawberry. rash, :' but strawberry,. ; cash that's worrying us. shoulders of the home owner will' of.wbicnbehas.bls, ( own' mental filtering plants, bond Issues, tax: The' Imp- reported to, the 'devil placed. above the ceiling to weight

*.* 0t necessarily mean that It,will be reservations) would\ be Ideal for bills and 'the like.;-Jacksonville. who said, ."Go sell somebody eJ .." the building down and it was now

,//t "w. Four Michigan 'youths'rwere fined a total of $248 for shifted to the shoulders of true.-called. Its raiding ..neighbor's newspipe Journal. The imp 4 approached another considerable Impregnable. But later
big business. This is not without causing him the. least in -e man, "Aren't* you discouraged T" a prtoner, anticipating arrest, bad
;111;' singing "Sweet Adeline" on street corner early in the morn- necessary: to revise our system of convenience A SERVANTS DITTIES he asked., with admirable forethought, filled

f ; ing. That little piece 'of judicial action is going to make taxation and If Florida is to pros- "No," the man roared... hla pockets with kindling wood

editors take back a lot of harsh things they've said about the per it Is equally necessary to remove 'TUUTH-IS,ETC.!: Domestic workers as well as mis '"Look'at'the banks that are and he burned a hole In a corner

I the present unbearable bur- The New Yorker' tells 'a.stoy! : tresses'may be, interested In a closed," the Imp suggested. and escaped through It., And thus \
: workings of justice In this country. daD from the home owner. that again Illustrates the trite but "want ad" discovered by the Amer- "Look'' at the banks that are the iron ,cage came Into"existence.O. .

0 ,"The .development of the railroads true saying. that truth, la stranger lean Antiquarian Society' in the open,"' the man replied.' ..-.: -

.at(. ,,\\r''.J, Jack :Miner I of Kingsville, Ontario one of whose banded ;utilities companies, financial than fiction:,' If. olread the following North Carolina Gazette"of April 17, '"Look at the people who don'thave S. JOHNS DIED FRIDAY
I other business C. Johns died Fri-
institutions. and large Smiley early
.'little,Incident in- a novel 179O. It read Jobs. .
->: doves was killed here several; weeks ago, is said 'to have I enterprises now In the states you would toss' the book aside ,ln "Wanted for;: a sober family a "Look at the people who do." day morning, after a lengthy Illness -

changed the, migration route0 of thousands of Canadagees., due entirely.to the borne owner the belief, that. ..the*,,author, was man of tlight weight who fears the "Stocks are low." at his home in the northern
and the money ..which.the has 'stroJlIZ'Jy: on his Imngl- Lord and drive a of bo ses. ''the values are' there. part of town.
,t., The author.of. "This Curi'pus'World" says the birds go out of"it drawing tog: can pair : Don't, '
,
to M"'II'f' a 1\r.JobDa\ "lxiy..lght
has encouraged born
into was
brought or nation -V must'oVcasfonany! walt.at table, argOA with me to the ".
; ?,, .rel ,* He : go devil. ,
their way, to visit Miner's 'farm for the grain which he scatters come Into the state., ,By increasing A young attorney* ? named Whitney join In the household prayers look The ,Imp went, to report to the years ago la Virginia, but had lived

,.I over the fields for them. the number of home owners In the Dillon was staying In room 1242 after the'horses, and read chapter devil. here for many years. tie,was a

0.ft state and by attracting hundreds at the Brown Palace Hotel In Denver in the'Bible, He must'God willing .'Did'yql} sell the second: prospect kind father and husbancot.'and'anindustrious

of thousands of new,residents who and'.m. night bad gone to. bed rise af'seven'In the',morning ?" the devil asked. .;;.;g ,'and 'careful worker' ; in
.) The Boston Transcript says it pays to read the Bible become home owners the railroads, before midnight only to' aroused and obey his master and mistress '''No. I didn't", the imp replied. gardens and flower yards, He was

;and tells,the following story to prove it: Discovery of the utilities companies, and others, will about..MCI by the'ratUe: of. a key In all lawful commands. If he can 'He' sold me:' Now.. I'm.dlacouraged. : a member of the Advent Church.

*'f; Standard Oil wells in Egypt resulted from a tip given in Exo- become proportionately more prosperous I' In ,his bedroom floor H."got up dress' hair, sing psalms and play ." -El Cajon-Valley News.. The funeral and Interment was
: than ever before.Transporatlon and went to" the door"and1 called, cribbage the more agreeable.". --O". held Saturday 'morning at 'Santa
v ?'t.; ,rails 11:3, -and daubed with slime and with pitch. One and utilities faculties wouldbe -Who la that!" "'It's Mr. Dillon." "'The -"light. weight" requirement ,Jrd'ICRICSTlNO. FIGURES. '* Fe cemetery with the HeY W; A.

} '' ;:i I ti; :'if, the directors who read this passage figured that where strained to provide the mate- said a man outside. ""No,it Isn't," must have referred to avoirdupois, ---: ; > Scott of the Methodist Church conducting

f\'l? :.there ia pitch there must be, oil. A number of-oil wells are rials, for building the homes and the said Mr. Dillon' "'TbIa". Mr. Dil for no lightness of character would 'Latest releases'In statistics.for the services
for running'
the: necessities lon." .The man didn't answer; but have been welcome In-that 'sober M33: '*. ;The,deceased;Is survived by_his
n6w the where Moses born.
on ground was tomes. ne' wife;; one' son, Calvin, Johns' of
few moments went
after ,a family.3,.If. modern servants are 23 children were spanked..-,.
6 i ti 4"g' "A golden opportunity door and Is knockIng It la- away. *Presently1' the room clerk' not required to sing psalms with or 381 hunters were/' .hot;'' 13,765 Starkej; two daughters, Mrs.S. O.
Radio fans in dry states will !have to do more dial turning at Florida's' phoned and our man answered. for the'muter and miatreB.'nel wore half-shot. BevUle.o; Inverness, and Mrs W.
win take
.i 'than ever in a few weeks. Announcers on liquor advertising hoped advantage that of,her this cltlsens opportunity by f Mr. Dillon Is down here and want ther are they expected: to sit In on 5,799,011 children wbeD,, told,togo ].',Oiaham'.of Jacksonville: "
to get In his room" the clerk said. contract evenings or complete golf to bed replied: "I don't wanna." Relatives from'out,of. town attending -
.." 'programs will say:, "Those listening in from dry states may voting for the Constitutional homes Mr. Dillon said."Walt a minute." founom.... > ,;';;14 people,' managed to'i get, the the funeral were Mr*. 8. O.

a i* [now tune out this station, ''for the next program is' not ,intended Amendment to" exempt our He went Into,the;bathroom and '.Times:and customs'changeforbet balances in their cbeckbooki: : and Bevme'Leoaarq.BerWe alndLtUe

: to'of fer:alcoholic beverages for sale or delivery in from taxation. looked at hlm eJt.ia' mirror; and' terror worse,' according to the pass books to agree.45,198,008.theatre., Autbrea Seville of.,Inverness-' .
ifI' any o--- came back.,.."J;I< am Mr. Dillon." he point c pt.vkw->> AugustineItec- '' 'patrons' '' accompanied and :Mra' W. M?Graham and children
lay state community wherein the advertising, sale or uarl 8, SHOULD FOLLOW SUITA < Dillon ls of Jacksonville.1) *'
'J said jtlrBUyiyu.;But.Mr>.. or4.'rP' ..' 'r the orchestra'with their. ; .:,:t ,,. .
-
; thereof is unlawful. new' city ball, a, remodeled down ea1d,1he clerk, "and :.\I' : "" "" feet. on the seat ahead. '-SHIRLEY! '
0 court house and an enlarged school he has the key',to 1242." By this CONSIDER, .',.THE:' DELINQUENT 8,618,noV.II.bI' 'short' story : ANNFuneral N
be time, Mr. Dillon thought he bettergo :.,...:. services for little Shirley
building all of which will -- writera'twrgte'1,970,337
y sentences
tif' According to "Popular Science, a new invention enable:S realized within the next few downstairs and see who he was": 'Some property'owners are delta lacking either subject or predicate. Ann Weldon' three-year-old daughter -

'1' a housewife, comfortably seated, to select her purchases fron'moving I months,- should prove Inspirations Do he dressed and went down. The quest'for one 'or.:,nore years. .be, .a -flappew! seated in street caw Weldon of ", 1'. and"JIn.,8tepbeD. A.
; '" to borne owners to follow suit and man he 'was relieved to see, was not have.the11Xr. didnTt: .eroes. : held.st, HardageJac141
shelves'of merchandise that brio their
i. ;( i price tagged pass ,I ;; ; legs and try to ."."..\\I'".. ': In
: dress tip, their own' property''tamatch1 not him but another man "My -' .&K"iiMM9 fttII,ilowa.
vher motor drivert chain of shelves : over their
The endless makes '
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a
complete
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; Rev.
name Is 'DUloi* said ta* other 'i '
the Improved appearance of t'':,. .I' "_, ."" t'c: : 1
I circuit leisurely enough''for' the customer to'make he]r our\public buildings.' Starke. hast I man, "and you have my room.- He reason the average citizen' bas S.891.MT person )bought nothing e, of St.Paul..catJlO1lo .

.;: .choice and lift, the arts1 I,1J., ;from the shelves.' But does i long been called: a "clean little I showed his hey, MtJDUlon lookedat looked with charity: upon the mem- on Instalment plan. Of,this Interment v-uuroif omoi u'&
,. town"-even before this program I it. "But that's for the Cosmopolitan bers of this das who behind number was mad la the family
1 are >> a\8l.56fl were
move leisurely enough to let her,run to the door "to see ho?If children un plot Ja wt =
-, of civic-Improvements got \underway. Hotel, across the.atree,') br with their .payments... ."; *' ''t. kToward der ten jraaoi faf', Fvergrwa. eemsisry
age.Wsuetuigw *
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