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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1935
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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I|; Exemption Blanks Farmers Answer WHAT,HAPPENED AND WHEN Let It Be Known Farmers Now Able Predicts Price 'J,

Telegraph headlines give review of significant& events in To Apply For Loans '

; Wffl Be Drawn Up Many QuestionsAs Starke and Bradford County during 1934 At Court House Here

I j" ">1 r :f ," H !If f. Your Birthday On Late Berries,
A representative of'the Produc-
MERCHANTS REPORT BETTER


!I,| ,{Wainwright' Says' Census.' Begins JANUARY, BUSINESS'.:, Comes On Jan. 30 here area tion Monday Credit will be'Association of at each the week court for betweenthe house this Will Be Good t


; hours of 10:30: a. m. and 4:0: (
';, '''Honw Owners Must'File Enumerators I 5 ",,
ji Application For Bradford County Von May Be Among Honored o'clock p. m., it was announced :
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E, In Order To Are Announced This in I this Florida Grower Says Fruit InMarch *
"Berry season opens small way. Guests At Presidents week by the Gainesville office
Will Stand J
1'I: Benefit____ ,' Week "Approval given for big addition to courthouse." Ball Here The new policy was adopted in Better Chance "|
-, order that
---- farmers of this county -
: N. D. Walnwrlght. Bradford 1 The farm 'census in Bradford 12 ; Does your birthday come on Jan- who wish a production loan The tat 'I

Hi I I County tax assessor will attend a County., which began Wednesday "Starke production credit association ready"' to. begin uary SO the same day as President might file applications and com- Lawtey possibility will come out Starke at the and big \

| meeting of the steering committee will be conducted by Cyrus Sis- loans." I Roosevelt's? If so you are among plete their papers with as little. Inconvenience end of the horn In the strawberry y

r:', of the Florida Tax Assessors trunk, Starke Mrs R. A. Thomas, the lucky number and you are urg- as possible. deal this
Association to be held in Tallahaa- Starke E. B. Wells Lawtey and 16 ed to get In touch with N. Stern- All farmers wishing Information year seemed likely from

; '. I Bee, January 8, at which time uniform -' B. F, Hozen. Brooker, It. was.made "Births outnumber, deaths during 1933 ; marriage licenses berg general chairman of theprellident.s about production loans or wlahlnito Issue Information of the Florida contained Grower.In a recent 'i$
.1' application blanks for taxf known this make
week applications are
roquested
Birthday Ball
increase. being "A of .
last
study
J exemption under the Homestead Approximately 1 held here for the first time this to call at the court house during year's .trawr|
.000
federal '
berry indicates
prices
,ji Amendment will .be drafted, he I census employees wilt FEBRUARY year. the hours mentioned. favorable |
II next week season prices are not so "
l said (has week., begin the 2 If picked the -_-.-1-- \;;
huge task of you right day to to
+ enUmerat- producers as those later In the >
:;; I have Mr.the_ Walnwrighf blanks In his "expect office about to ing the more than six million "Cold hits berries a knockout blow ; set back four weeks. come into the world telephone, season," the report said "For this w";
i farms and ranches of the write or call by to see Mr. Stern i Planting the '
United ProjectGets reason recent frosts
:r.1 January, he said,. and proper. States in what. Is probably the "State board fails to give any hope for .Prieon. Farm berg and he will see that you are I Iamonl" be so damaging to growers'may pockft not t
Iii! I ty, owners wilt have until April 1 most the
local
Important Road. guests of honorat "
agricultural etbooks
census as appears at first sight :i{
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to fill them out
'M : in the nation's the celebration to be held In the
history Under The
accord continued
report
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|l..AU persons wishing to' take advantage 16 Way I
Ing to Woman's Club
a statement released by DI- Building, 'January "At the outset of the season be'j
ilr! 1 K. of the exemption must rector William I.. Austin, Bureauof "No more free food for CWA workers.. ., 30.The fore shipments reach the carlot

Iqll' make application or otherwise the Census, Department of Commerce 23 ball here will be only one stage prices are usually high but "
'their will be assessed as Pains and Oleanders ;
property Plans call for the comple- among about 0,000 which are be. To Be Used they decline quickly as soon ai :'i;
"State cuts CWA rolls dismiss 360 here.
iU1 usual the tax assessor warned. tion ; I In City Beautified-
of Ing
the canvass before the end planned for communities there Is any volume. Last year'prices ,
'!'i': The amendment ratified in the of January. "Dr. Fifield noted lecturer to spend two days- in,county." throughout the nation where parties tlon averaged relatively low during i
\ 1934 election for
: general provided The "New hall is were held last year and In -
completed.
homesteads Fifteenth Decennial Census city January as soon as shipments
for
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tax exemption Bradford
:' up beautification
: County's -
hundreds of
, Act, approved June 18 1920 MARCH new localities that are reached 100 cars per week. February ..
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to "valuation of $ .OOO where, title eager to join In the movement to project has been approvedand *
directed that prices also ,
were ranging'mostly
a mid-decennial poor
r to the property< Is held by a census 16 fight Infantile paralysis. work began this week under '
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six one-half to nine
resident and citizen of the state of ofagrlculture be taken Janu- the direction of Frink cent
local
Aubrey -
1, win for reduced rates."Y At the President's own nOgges at Plant
ary 1039 for the calendar year "Berry growers fight horticulturist. per pint City. However L
1 Florida.
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tlon no part of this funds
, 1934, year's the cold I
Director weather
Auatin said. "Be- *' extremely ;
,,' Comptroller J., M. Lee this week 23 will go to the Warm Springs Palms oleanders and smaller d''
cause of the tremendous throughout the north last was
p warned taxpayers that they are In the great basic Industry upheaval of "Work resumed on five projects under hewlFERA, set- Foundation which received the shrubbery will be used extensively ; undoubtedly bad for strawberry year
t not required to pay any fee to tax ag- In Improving the grounds around
i proceeds from last celebrations '
year's -
riculture due salsa
to,
the -Vi
In ,for- the ex- depression, up. ;.
, assessors applying > cents of the city hall, the court house and
Seventy dollar ;
drought and other every "March with muchlarger'
| He said be had received factors new APRIL the prices a T<
\ emptions. farm statistics raised will be used for treat- along highways entering the volume better
are weekly were
urgently needed -
t had
f report that some assessors
" ''ID connection with the 20 ment of handicapped children: within city.An and the bulk of sales ranged from
,: Government's :
; fixed a charge of one dollar for ac- the atempt will be made to extend
the fund.
community raising
vast festival eight to eleven and one-half cents &
h i cepting the affidavits .of homestead recovery program. "Strawberry opens. the project to Include the I
i. The other .,thirty cents will be
"The 'I pint at Plant City. During the '
ti iii, owners applying for exemp-. earnest cooperation of the 27 1)) : turned over\ to the President to be school ground here, Mr. Frank extreme per
farmer cold'weather: In the north
la J
! I tions.. necessary to the success said
at B. H. S; graduation used by a national commission
I' of this census, for It Is one of the "Fiftythree'given diplomas ; ap- ....... ,_._. strawberries make a rather small :>
',, federal activities deigned primarily i largest class in history." :: pointed by him for widening the Roy appeal but at the first signs of >,(
research efforts aimed at Accidentally Shot
"I' wipingout the to
for his benefit. However,. the spring public begins buy t;
Young DemocratsTo welfare of MAY : the disease more freely." ft
; j agriculture affects all Hurled At New River
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other Industries directly or Indi- 4 ,
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? rectly, and the public generally. "FERA reopens with 350 men at work.'" Mrs Kinlaw, Florist, Rcott V Andrews- 10-yearoldson Credit.Board

Meet Next Week The only statistics for the,ordinary are necessary transaction not "Starke joins four-county I ball: l league. Dies In Jacksonville of Mrs.. Susie E. Andrews, of >
Morrlston, died from a 'gun-shot l"T'o
of draws to close after two wee's shipping. -
"Berry season
governmental business, but also wound in his neck late Wednesday '

rata!:'. ;Membership 'Card, Will Be Given for allotment programs. These 25 | Mrs.< Gertrude Godbey Klnlaw afternoon and the body wasbroui'ht Hold Meet (
programs rangefrom the allocations 43, wife of D. C. Klnlaw, died Sun-
To' 'Charter to New River for burial .
VFERA to under escrow system. 1
"" of the Agricultural Adjust- operate ,, day night In a Jacksonville hospital :;
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Signer Thursday, ,
t : ...-c" _' ment Administration ,of",tbe Fed JUNE j& after a short Illness. Word of .. ,1
a. era!' Emergency Relief .. : her. death .seas :. eyrpK; *" the Young :Andrews, It w, learned, Directors. Of Production Association .1/

J' .{' ,A:meeting of the Young Democratic Credit .Administrations. and Farm 1 c community although It was known was shot by his 9-year-ow oroLhi, to Be .;.,". ...*.> .... ..;!,

:i (r Club of Bradford County "The Bureau desires to ""Rain and wind cause damage to local crops." that she was In a serious condi- James, Who accidentally dlacnarg*' --*- Galnravllle
:r will be held at the court house call attention ed a .22 calibre rifle The bullet

I' 'l| Tuesday night at -7:30: o'clock for to the law which' provides "Hampton Hotel burns to ground." tion.Mrs. Kinlaw'' was well known: severed the youth's jugular vein. The meeting' the \

.; "tithe purpose of electing officers. that the individual return made by 8 It is said that Scott was drying I Gainesville Production Credit, AsDelation .
here having operated a florist w.
each farmer is an absolutely con- dishes In the kitchen of the homeat the of
'J 'Membership carda tot the original1 ". serving counties
cldentlal ,"Johns and Green win in first primary. shop at her residence for the past
''I, twenty-seven members have government report and Morrtston and James was play- Bradford Alachua, Baker. Dixie I
eighteen months. Prior to her
i been received and will be dlstribut- to emphasize the fact that no Individual 15 to Mr. Klnlaw she Ing In the same room with the Gilchrist, Levy Marlon and Union ;;
marriage conducted
: I t. taxation figures will be used for ,"Record rainfall hits local crops below the'belt.' ." her business at Waldo and rifle.Besides I will be held on January 19 at the''M
J: Ef-forts> purposes nor given to any his mother, young Andrews Court House In Gainesville It Is ;
official of tax official. All enumerators as 22 had many patrons from this sec Is survived by three sla announced H. L. Rockwood :1
::,4 tbs state organization be by secretary '
tion. She Was known to
.1; present. well as all census employees, are "Health Council formed this week." with her flowers which very ters: Mis Oulda Andrews. Ocala; of the' association i

.' sworn.to' secrecy and are requiredto JULY generous Miss Louise Andrews Morrlston, Not only are all of the farmer. 4'
P ,
were her life's work and often
!'I read the law and the severe I and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, New borrowers from the association \'
sent them to those whom she
Theatre .Promises: penalties established for any disclosure 6 River. Also three brothers survive the holders of Class B stock ey- ''"";
needed them most
thought
Good Entertainment of. Information. Only I "Work halted. 'on court.house addition by County Com- Surviving, beside her husband? : Rudolph Andrews of New peeled t> be present, but Mr. .;\?''
:. I sworn employees of the Census Bureau River, and Troy and James Andrews Rockwood said today that a most ,"';:
missioners. her T. K.. of
are father Oodbey
have access to the flies, 8 c. of Morrlston. cordial Invitation was also extend :f:

'm'ti ;'/Ready for, 'Love",, an exciting tlon' 9 of. the Fifteenth Decenial;,' ,13 Stevens Waldo, and Alachua four sisters: Mrs.:O.Mrs K. C.Bra.S. Funeral services for the boy ed to all other farmers in, the territory "r$

,, picture of,a girl, who becomes Involved Census Act'provides penalties for "Laborers unite in Workman's League at meeting. here." ley West Palm Beach; and Mrs. were held Thursday morning at served by the association 'j'

; \: In a national' scandal, op- failure to answer questions asked postmaster." G. C. Sparkman and Mrs. C. C. 10:00': o'clock at the New River and that it WM hoped that large ;.
"Stump appointed
', epos laths Rita Theatre on Sunday by enumerators or for; giving false "' .-" '- Smith of Waldo. Cemetery where interment took numbers would accept the Invita! ,1:<'
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, ,*|jf.j a- two-day funv"";Richard Ar- Information., 'S 20 v--, Funeral services were held Tues- place. tlon. ,

lea and Ida Luptno,' two of Holly "'Enumerators are legal resi "Airport project to'' begin. in August." ,, day morning at: 10:00': o'clock at .- -. "Every member' of tie association J
: wood's dents -of the districts which MISSION IIALL ," said Mr Rockwoot "is urged .
most popular ,
, 'young play- they sanitation clean-up the residence here. Interment took 1
"Council to study city in move.
'?,'., I I ers, bead a' large cast' which In. canvass. Some If not all. of the "" place in the Waldo Cemetery The The First Night of the New to bring one or more con-members, &&fr t

: i eludes !Marjorie Rambeau. Farmers residing In an enumera- 27 Rev. W. B. Hicks and the Rev. C. Year found a very good attendance with him as it Is our desire' that, '>:'l:1:

Coming,, to the Rita on Tuesday tion district will know the enumerator "Business better during first half of year, merchan'tssay B. Price conducted the services. out to the Bible study at the Mission every farmer .in this section'.shall I'"l:

r and Wednesday. is "By Your personally and they .will do Pall bearers were W. E. Torode. Hall, although several of the acquaint himself with the- credit 'haervlce.whlch

Leave" a gay., romantic melange well to see than an accurate report W. P. Smith\, C. A. Knight W. J, regular ones were absent because organization hash:.
, of'comedycofeaturing Frank'''lis returned for their district. With AUGUST Epperson L. B. Alexander and Ma- of Illness. to offer .p

Morgan and Genevieve Tobin. Centering : the program now being carried on 3. &: .: ceo Hicks. 'The subject taken from Esektal "Directors: of the association for {

,: ''about, the. surprising results by the Government to assist agriculture 'The DeWitt C. Jones companywas 8:7: : '"A Hole In The Wall" gave the ensuing year will be elected at

: I of marital holiday,' the :, an Inaccurate report might "Bond. company, serves mandamus on county to. raise In charge of arrangements. the leader an'opoprtunlty to bring this meeting. Every member of :

,f story;I* said to combine hilariousInoosenae'with very readily react to the dlsadiantage Jevy "_ ,, tt,.'. 7.I' out some vital teaching of The the association: is entitled to cast: )

,,tender romance. It of the farmers In that particular 10 ,. MASONS AT HAIFOKD Word. one vote regardless of the number ."'
lIe""" also said to..have' some good district. HOLD INSTALLATION Pastor McGauley of Brooker of share he owns and It is to his f

sound lAuman lessons/woven,, : into "The farm schedule 'Is comprised '"City "power rate cut'for big users. Baptist Church Is invited to be the Interet to'vote' for men of the ''

..e *the fun fabric, of 100 questions covering prac 24. .. C. H. Wainwright has been installed teacher next Tuesday evening anda highest Integrity,! ,and business's;..

j George Raft cast In the leading tically'every Important ramification "County accepts,bond company's refunding plan.:" as Worshipful Master of quartet from his church will be acumen- .:
!!irple of !"Llmehouse Blues," corn- of the agricultural industdy. Rttlford Lodge No. 82. Free and on hand to bring' a message In "A t.the meeting a complete JI'"

(ling. to the, local. theatre ''nntlTt1uraday'and' : Of course very few farmers will SEPTEMBER Accepted Masons for the ensuing song., port of the year's operations of '

i 'Friday; has two be required to answer all of the 7 year. It was learned this week._. The public Is cordially Invited to the association will be submitted. ;I.,

,leading'' ladles: Anna: May.Wong/ questions)) only the ones, pertaining "High school opens; expect attendance to Breach 800.", Other officers of the lodge ,Installed all service at the Mission. The Production Credit Corporation, ,}
Chines-American beauty'. and to their particular activities. were: V. N. Geiger senior of Columbia will be representedat J

(,youthtul'Jeaapark.r.. The-story Questions to be answered will include ., 14 warden; L. D. Dobbs Junior war. GREEN TO WASHINGTON I the meeting by Treasurer V,' R.. ::1f.',

'.deal with Jbe:undoing' 'of: the farm tenure; farm population ""MIddleton. ; Johns,' Alvarez re-elected..!' den; Bryan Wbltfleld. secretaryand Congressman R. A. Green left Judson; who will outline the set-up "' \

gangster chieftain who dominates ; farm acreage which Includes OcrOBER' treasurer; S. A. Bryan senior several days ago for Washington I ID" of the Farm Credit Administration }'

'the river Mratea of the Thames in an, crop land, pasture land and t deacon' o. D, Dobbs. lunlor deacon .- C., where the Seventy-fourth 'of the third distrIct. the method1'' .. l.t
'London1'-' *' '-wrui5PUBCBASBS woodland: total value of the farm: I''. 4 I S '>; :; W. X.. Jeffers, senior steward; Congress convened Thursday. He of control and:operation of the "
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w'; acreage and yield of each: of the "City dad's slash t tax levy six mills." ,:, I T. W.,, Shuler junior atewardJoe, has planed several pieces of legislation production credit association and'' '4

lAii Moo principal field crop and vegetables Canon marshal; M. C.' Rosier of special Interest to Floe will give an explanation of the as- ?/ ,
+'TAX 8AV8of ; .number. of trees and yieldof ,J2 t,t\\ u 'chaplain; R- M. Markham tyler. ida, he ''said before leaving, and soctatlon's statement from oraDt-;; *...
COLLECTOR the principal fruits and nuts; "County.loop series called off with Starke and Daylight. will seek an appropriation to begum ration through Dew 31,; 1B34.t.' ",

v.Pureea.e IMS automobile umber and value of each, class: of tied. ?;,' RED CROSS, TO MEET work on the proposed Florida 111 'I" \\1

Unproved, slightly,here, this livestock and and. ',' cross-state ship canal Matthews Appointed
poultry eggs.
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Week; Taaelstor'C'A; Knight "First strawberry brought in.. ?,. i 'The- local. chapter of AmericanRed .. ( : ,

MHUMdTit to still far from,where '1"Postal receipts.show ten per cent gain." ..' Cross will hold a meeting at SEEDS FUR REPLANTING' On 'National BOfJnl'rJ.. .: 'I,
STANDARD OIL AGENCY 3:3O: o'clock: this afternoon (Fri '" "' .rj; '1
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t abontd be oa hlerlng ,the,short 21. C. L. Dickinson supervisor of rehabilitation '
time that reaoains before the deadline MERGES: .TWO, COVNTIES1a.'Standard day ,for .Uae purpose of electing in this county, said E. 8. Matthew. of Starke i cJ r''tJ

to reached ba''Jamruy 15; ; Oil agencies in "Growers elect member'' to strawberry control. board"NOVEMBER Officer for the coming year.'Mrs. yesterday that relief clients who man t>t the Florida Railroad Cornijf
|4 Governor 8hott N..D.; Walnwrlght, present chair- had received seeds'may notice r( ''
nw< repeatedly have previously minion, lest week received ;;, !
Bradford and Union Counties all who
of the
Informed tax collector"thatWereWould ( '' 9 man chapter urges have some more for replanting.heir of his appointment as a member os'a a '
teen' consolidated and will be In became members of the Red Cross +
be no extension 'of tttne this ) garden The new seeds will special committee on motor+' ehlcle /* irt'f1.!
charge of K. O. Duncan after Jan- "Bradford votes for Homestead Exemption Amendment." this, year to b*',presentat, {*,the ;
be
gear for the perioA.fcflpi'seertag a given out beginning .Monday, legislation of the Natl naf A V f"
W y uary 13; it was auuoiuMinJ this ;.... ., -: ... I '
41" 16' Railroad
tasy : soclatlon of and'UtnltissL'.;11;
'. +". w'.. ._ .. week by officials of the: company. WOODMEN INSi'AI4 TONIGHT Commissioners.. -t.'
.a. < 'Kf'J.
'V, Mr. Duncan was formerly in 271 county farms will be improved in rehabilitation program v. bp' rJOPENING. : DELAYED ,
AH Friends No. 138. was''mad
MgTTNOe AT 1 THOD1ST Camp The appointment t'T-'*,,",
'I'r :charge of the Union County territory The attention of'' University of Woodmen of the World, will In- ,Andrew W, McDonald.'t pf; WIlKGftoo'i": 7' 4 t

Me.. sad..Mrs."Frahk ''wlitey'of'win Starke and when will,be move,,takes his charge family,of to 'Green.assured. that court house? addition.will be com Florida students in, this county ,1.1 stall newly elected officers for theyear sin, ''president, of: the national,elaly'.f.?.
hold a sneet= : called to announcement by JoitnTlgert '
r an 1939. tonight (Friday)* soclatloa fc-fPt'- ..f.4H}\
( tile agency here., pleted. J. president of the University Members of the specs! 'committee -",. .

,site tlur :* O," M.;; Slstrunk. 'who managed 23 that classes will not start un- CHRISTIAN CHURCH :MrMatthews. ', '.inforpsed;'\l !

1l.Ter''wW ,the agency here for a.number of fScbby trial' .aiD ends in hung jury," til Monday; January 7., No particular The Rev J. N: ,Daugherty 'will may: be called up :I'

years.. WIll:i kava:charge::of j the ,. reason was assigned by President :preach-at the' Christian, Church I fore/committee,4IC: "
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Standard OH fUllnr station\ at the.. Tlgtrt. In delaying the reopening Sunday at 11 o'clock: in the monk,,Congress when. mp i ilatlon '

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"'ne; BOOTSEY'S--- BEACH-- ZIFF GRAHAM BOATDRAIN I 2Y.po..t} I TheiLetter We are few yet 3 I willing workers.". ..
CorrespondentMr ,
Mrs. Ralph OaJnny MU Ailn \
} MM. I.. O..k..... CorrMpona. MU Lulu Mae Lewis, Cor. Mr*. I. C. Smith, Correspondent Praying day by day; '

', L' Mrs. Nora ''Brewan; returned to Mr. and Mrs."W. S. Ray and Mr. and Alr B. Strickland and and Mrs Zenas Grlffls holidays had Kings R. S.Mountain-and L A'Thornsburg:North Carolina, of, Box Asking God to save our nation '

'i\' r: her home In Brunswick, Ga., Sunday children of Hlnesvllle, Ga., left family ,were visiting Mr. Strick as, guests slater during\, Mrs.the W.Xmas A. Brown- are the guests of Mr. M. L. Wat- L In His own. 'good way.CHORUS .
'. some time here for their home after land's brother and sister-in-law. her visIt ,
,I(' .C after spending Saturday also her terson and family They will .
of Orlando
inwith': her brother and sister-in-law, pending two weeks here with Mrs. Mr and Mrs. John Strickland at and children Jacob Green, of Plant various points of interest while i Starke, Fla. :. .'

,'/ r1 Mr. and Mrs. W.,R. Kersey. Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hellbronn Springs Sunday.' brothers and, Willie E. Green; of Ocala. Id the state Dec. 25, 1934. ,t ,I.'
City
r" ,, Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Palm Valley Lewis. Mrs. J. H. Surrency' and son, Mrs. E. E. Lee and children and Rev. Cooke of Waldo will preach Dear Editor: 3 ""', .-
: the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Howard and Jack, returned Friday from Du- I stanzas land Oh, Christians,'come and .
; ( spent Mrs. Frank Ccleman and children at the Methodist Church pext Sun- The following j you Join ..
$4 here with her mother, Mrs J, Roy I children and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson pont, Ga., after spending the holidays were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. day> morning and evening. chorus were composed by a mem- us ",,",: *.' 2

.+':Quinn and family. Palmer of Fairbanks were visiting. with her daughter. ,Mrs. A. Arch Prevatt Sunday. Miss Maggie Johnson who has ber of our organization and have As we're working here; :'::'jT?
of Mrs.Howard' I'
.4vd: ? W, R. Kersey Is spending a few Tuesday.at the bedside Pad- Padgett. Mr. and Mrs Eugene Griffis and been visiting her brother. D. 'W. been adopted as our rally song. Help us pray, and help us work. to
Mrs.
sister, Lloyd
lr 3 days this week In Jacksonville with Mrs. Myrtle Altman and childrenof children were dinner guests of,Mr. 'Johnson has returned to her homeIn TEMPERANCE: SONG Save our children dear!
who is ill at this writing.
.,(,relatives.. gett Misses Elva and Doris Mann Nicholls were visiting Mrs. A. and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt Sunday..' Palatka.lir. .' Air Hold The Fort
\\,' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crawford and the at Fairbankswith E. Ward Saturday. Frank Harrell of Lake City spent and Mrs. Prevatt, 1 CHORUS:
spent holidays Raymon
( Jacksonville Mr. and Air.:, and Mrs. Ho! comrades, let's get busy,
Children of their cousins, Misses Donnie I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Call returned last week-end with of Starke, were the guests of,Mr. my
Mrs. A. J. Chism, Luther Cblsnt Mann. last week from Melrose after Ralph Gainey. Mlnton last Sun- Working for the right. Very truly yours,
and Reava and Mrs. Aaron
... and Cecil Robinson, of St. George, Mrs. Nola Williams who has spending the holidays with Mrs. W. A. Brown of Orlando was visiting Let us work for ProhibitionWith Publicity Chairman,
i'Ga" ., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. been time here with Call's parents, Mr; and Mrs. Cox. Mr. and ''Mrs. Z. Z. GrlfHa' / day.C. our strength and might. Temperance Committee.
spending some have removed -
and
family
.
E.
iol.N N. Crawford, through the Christma her Mrs. Lonnie Mann Olin Graves of Windermere were Sunday and was accompaniedhome Harper e
,
daughter and Mr. Har-
: f" holidays. Williams, viHltlng relatives through the .hole Mrs. Brown who had spentseveral to Hampton, CHORUS Mrs. John Barstow is the teacher
Zenious
and her ,
11, ,Miss Iris Dicks of Dukes, spent has rct'urncd son to her home near idays. days here With relatives. I per la operating the filling station. Hold the fort for we are working, and her four children are the
( in the eastern part of the city.Rev. with will. In the little school In
!P':' the Christmas holiday here the Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones of I Working a only pupils
pest of Miss Martha Crawford. Lpke Mr.,putter.and Mrs. H., E. Thomas and Tampa were visiting Mr. Jones'' EVERGREENMrs. Cutshaw, of Tennessee, We will work for Prohibition. Cedarvllle township, near Menominee -

'r Mr and Mrs. Fletcher Butler sons, and Mills Rhoda Thomas ,all brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and T. A. Hosier, Correspondent I preaclK 1 fit: the Baptist Church With God's help ? we will. Mich.

11t.;returned to their home at Plant of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.F. Mrs. Carl Jones. over the week- : Pie and children I last Sunday.;
Mrs. J. D. -
'ig LCity Thursday after spending the W. Reynolds and children of Mrs. H. F. Chesser, Is visitingher .
3Y holidays here with their sister and Graham were dinner guests of their end.We are sorry to report that Mr. spent Sunday with. Mrs. R. S. RosIer daughter:: Mrs. O. W. Shaw,

11\i;\, brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. parents Mr and Mrs. J. B.' Thomas Bob Surrency who has been ill for Mrs. Hester Sapp returned home of Miami this week. HOTEL LEAMINGTON

)(' Crawford. They were accompanl- on Christmas Day. several months Is no better at this after spending several Mr. and :llru. O. Haynes have returned -
Sf'ed' home by Mrs. Butler's mother I Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas and writing. i Wednesday to their home here aftera "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"
,;$:$$5Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder who will daughter Miss Hazel, and Mr. Mrs. Era Rogers, of Winter Gar days with her sister, Mrs. Ship- visit with their daughter, Mrs. T.

.'.? spend several week. there visitingrelatives. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and little den, spent the holidays with, het man Mrs Sapp.J. E. Rosier. and daughters, J. Thomas, of Valdosta, Georgia.
and Mrs. L. C. Smith
i at Fairbanks parents, Mr.
children Christmas
i spent e NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
:! Pauline and Mary, were visitingher
i i "Miss Villa Prevatt returned to with Mrs. E. Howard.Mr. Mrs. Lelia Rafuse and childrenof
".her| home In Jacksonville last and Mrs. J. W Lewis had Starke are visiting her mother,, sister Starke, Mrs. Leaton. Morgan TRAIN SCHEDULE. Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne.Bay
"ti'*,Wednesday after spending the holidays as guests of Christmas: Mr. and Mrs., Lizzie Dryden for a few days near Saturday.Mr. Southbound
F f4!M here with had brother and Mrs W. S. Ray and children of Mr. and Mrs. Ezikle Dryden, of daughter. and Mrs.of Bryant the State.Reddingand Farm No. 1-Due Starke 11:01 P. M Opposite Union Bus Station

sister-in-law, 'Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hlnesvllle. Ga., Mr. P. W. Lewis, of Terrlacela were visiting Mr. Dry- afternoon here No. 11-Due Starke 11:25 A. M.

>",::1 Prevatt. Jacksonville Mr, and Mrs. I. W,, den's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Drydenover spent with his Saturday mother, Mrs. H. F. Red- No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M.
'riP.1; :tittles Lucille Crawford Is spendIng Dyal and Mr Wesley Dyal of Graham the weekend.Mr. No. 191-Due Starke 10:27 P. M.
I some time at Palm Valley with Mr and Mrs. J. O. Demon and Mrs Roy Reynolds, of ding.Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Northbound Lowest Rates Ever QuotedSingle
______ of Luke Butler Mr. and Windermere spent the holiday M.
.:\ her sister, Mrs. Jerry Dryden. I land suns children were visiting B. E. Rosier No.2-Due Starke 5:08: P.
..
Mrs..?. C, Denison and Mrs. Irwin with lira. Reynolds parents, Mr.and
t''ii Spence Dicks of Dukes, is spendIng and mother Sunday afternoon.The No. 12-Due Starke 4:50: P. M.
,9 j",; ,, several week" here with his Brooks and children, of Winter Ha Mrs. E. Strickland., No. 10a-Due Starke 5:56: P. M. Room,.with ..Bath __..__.____..l.-S w.$1.50Double ;

*,aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs C. E. ven., Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Barry of Clarkaon' family, consistingof Starke And Waiine BranchNo. Room With ,Bath _______..:_-___.:_...___ 2.00
}, Crawford. Tampa were visiting Mrs. Barry'sparents. nine persons,'compose the per- 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M.
#'i I Mr. and Mrs. E J Murrhee I P.M ,ALFRED SIMONS, Manager.
of
%, jMrs. W. R. Kersey accompanl- BRO KER over the holidays sonnel the Burnhope Eng., No 102-Arrives- Stark 1:50
Methodist T J. GRIFFIN.
':.>d Mr.,?and Mr. Jeff Williams of Ails Vera flalney Correspondent Mr and Mrs. Jessie Surrency, choir.
'" Pleasant Grove Saturday ( -:
w Gainesville to -
of Tampa, spent the holidays with I
;\ where they attended church Mliifies Audrey and Lorena Polk Mr. Surrency's father, Mr. Bob ;
1, .Saturday, and Sunday. spent last week'with friends and Surrency.Mr. .

,'"> "'Miss Martha Crawford and Rob- relatives In Rcchelle. and Mrs., Volley McKinney,,
'',' '' ert Crawford were visitors to Mrs. B. F. Hazen and children,, of Sampson City, were In our sec :1:1s
\i,Highland' Saturday afternoon. Douglas and Phyllis, spent last tion Friday. :

,,!iI,:; A. Christmas tree and program week in East Palatka as guests of Mrs. George Conway and daughter A.I:1
by ,several of the boys and girls her sister, Mrs. L. L. Thlgpln. Millie Anna, of Palatka, spent
') ,of"this community were enjoyed Mrs. L. A Mlntz and daughter,, last week with her mother, Mrs.C. .
!'tUk qhrlat.mas Eve nght at the home Barbara and Mrs A B Crosby and C. Fogg. :
; of. Miss Martha Crawford. ';uildren are spending'a few days --.
x I Old Santa arrived at due time here as guests of their parents, Mr.. GUM BRANCH

',;.: and. aU the kiddies had an enjoy and :lira. L. R. Calney. Cor.
Miss Ell/.alwth Ilarnage,
- able time shaking hands with Santo Mr.. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and :
l lM lr
,'{;I\\ 'and receiving .gifts from the .hlMrtn spent the holidays InJ"ek.onvllle Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams of :
((111 tree.1r" with friends and rela Jacksonville, spent Christmas with

Misses* Iris Dlcka, Martha and tives. her parents: Mr, and Mrs.* J. S..
''i'tt:\ Effla Crawford, Rosa Moore;' Mary Mr. and Mrs.hJ. W. Asbell, of Sapp. ,

1\\ Reddish Mary Crawford Mr. and Trenton, spent Sunday here with Mr Harvey Edwards,. of Plant
;4 : Mrs A. J. Cox, Mrs. Ellen Butler, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. City spent the Christmas holidayswith
;:'1 I Mr.: and Mrs. B. E Yarborough, Rev. O E. McCauley and daughters his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
t 5 Robert Crawford, Leslie Crawford, Connie and Wlllenci, Miss Lu- L. Edwards.
,Charnle. Yarborough Randolph bedla Pinholster, T. B. PlnhoUter Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the
',, f: \Chlsm, Enoch and Vanlce Keene, and H. R. Brown were among State Farm were holiday guests of r "i arnr
';'.StvwseU Reddish, H B. Kelley, Randolph thoso from here attending the un her parents, ,Mr and Mrs. L L.

i__ I' Crosby, Spencer Crawford ion meeting at North Pleasant Conner.Mr. .
'it\|\,And ,Cornealous Moore were visit. Grove Sunday. S. L. Towery of, Bartow, +"m: I
..e i ;:ing at the home of Miss Thelma ( Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch,. of spent. last week-end here and was
:* Gaaklnt Christmas afternoon, Lawtey, spent Christmas here with accompaned: home by his wife who 1
f' where dancing was enjoyed. her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. A. had been visiting her parents, Mr.

'//'jV i ''Mr,. and Mrs. F. C.. Hodge and Crosby They were accompanied and, Mrs. H..H., Keene.
f children of Hellbronn were vlsltIng'Mr. home of their niece Miss Madeline ,J. A., Harnage and daughters,
:t and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Crosby who will spend a few days Leila and Geraldine and.Mr.., W.
Y il[ Christmas Day with them.. F..Harnage were guests of Mr. and
:iP',"'drenofJacks W. Rosier and Miss Madeline Haten, a member Mrs. Carl Dobba Sunday.

,ll 3' c'hll were vls- of the Lawtey school faculty is .Mrs.. Carrie r Browning,and children
s ir 1 IMng; relatives here Sunday spending the holidays at her,home of. Raiford ,spent Saturday 11,4, sY

here.Mrs. night with her parents, Mr. and
ii,.,. the .nout'fish has a snout extending Reta Brown and children, Mrs H. L,. Edwards.We .
,'ii almost as ,far in front of Cordelia and Junior, spent Christ are orry"to report that R.
..jiJ{!U its eyes as 'the body extends ben inas Day; as guests of her daughter C. Conner Is on the sick list this
hind.' and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. week I
..
-
I'lli Howard Summers In High Springs There wll be Prayer meeting at
? The United States contains moreS They were accompaned home by the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barnam + $
than! 88,000,000 miles of telephone Mrs. Summers who spent the re- Johns Friday night.
,is,} ',wires, 2,300,900 miles of telegraph mander' of the week with them. _

j.;;. and cable wires, and 300,000 miles E. A. Gainey was attending to tv 'rmc .
ofj! power lines. business In Gainesville Saturday. g. -Y .. tdntt < } & onm.: a
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May It-Chicago'* Century of cellsres to make military training Pope Plus eanenlteC Conrad of and sank Nantucket 1.ht.bllll seven June 14-Charlee S. Thomas of I ('11" '"' t'ttLst'r.' IlRAl0O'nwv'
10" '- i.r.Wl'11"1'' I'll
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Progress exposition reopened. horn pu iscry. Parsnam. drowned. Colorado, former governor and sen A. SMITH
I' May 17-President ordered modification l. Deo. President Roosevelt returned May 14-ThomjM Masaryk reelected Mine blast In Belgium killed 4$. ator. DI'.dford "* Liquidator for

ot service Industries code to Washington. president of C..oho.lo"akla Lake steamer In Finland ..nkl) June 17-Bunene M. Rhode, historian tlt Bounty Hank a oorpora-
May 10-President Roosevelt delivered Deo. 10-National conference oa May to-Irish dalI abol.h.d te SI drowned. of time West. .Va.
Memorial Day address at crime pr..oaUol opened In Wash senate i May 1Chloano Union Stockyards Milton C. Work, bridge\ expert. 0. W. RHAMB8 HT Alf Defe'SdanV' *
Gettysburg. Inyton.Dec. June 4-Italian scientist announced part destroyed by ".000,. June II-Zaro Agha, 110 year old Take .
Chronology Prealdent named committee .. .000 ) nolle) that the
Cotton textile worker called general discovery of new artificially Ir. In Istanbul Epeeial underSigned
strike.May to draft 1..I.latol to end war created from .I.m.nt ( 15-Ijkndellde In Kwantunl Clifford O. Roe of Chicago In the Master, l.y t the decree
President Roosevelt reviewed profits Jun. IS-President Mndlta of province China killed crusader against white alaver not.1. above entitled cause appoint-.
the the United State fleet off Deo. President's advisory Cuba wounded aad two navy officers June i-Forty children killed by June 10-The duke of Marlboro lc. will, nurmmnt to *HI| decree, ant
of New Tork. council reported unemployment Inuranc killed by a terrorist's bomb. hurricane near Nanohlnir China ough .llrlnl the legal hou. of ..10 0'1'
House passed administrations system. June 17-Cuban t.rrort.1 at. June 7-Two thousand kl.d by July Chester I. Long former the 7th J..nu.r A
liver bill. Deo. It-National resource board tacked ABC paraders, killed hurricane In Salvador senator from Kansas. ni I03 "tU to the ..
."' June Congress completed enactment outline 101 billion dollar public and many wounded. Juna -Air liner or..h.1 and Henry of for each, at the South door
of stock exchange control 1 work program for SO to 10 year June 10-Revolt of radical In the burned In the Catakllle; Persons thul.lt-f: : Con.or of the County Courthouse at Htarke.,
1934Compiled: Masl smashed by Chancellor. killed. Elradford Florida the follow "
party Maria Curie, co-dis 1 bill.June I-Cotton textile" strIke INTERNATIONAL HItler. ; Qen. Kurt von Bohlelcher and Jun 11-Flood* destroyed Hon. radium In France.Chalm ." premises, to-wit* ,

called off by compromise. many other leader shot to death duraa town 1,000 lives lost. Blallk I of Vienna, Hebrew The NE' of the S\Vi of Beo Jt,' t,
House passed communications control Jan. Paraguay and Bolivia resumed and scores ar.t.d. Disastrous earthquake at poet.July. Twp, 12 East', containing 40 "(
bill. war In the Chac Boreal, the July 1- Cardenas DI' Panama .. Franklin MacVeagh of in-es more or lexe together with it
A 4-Senate passed the tariff truce having .", looted. president ." 18-Floods In southern Poland Chlcaeo. former secretary of the tenemwntM, apptirtenanoen, and ,
blftn. Jan. t-France quadrupled United July I 1-Japanese cabinet realgnea. took score of lives. edltament. h.r. .
bill.June t-Henry P. Fletcher of State Import quota July 4-Admiral Kelsuke Okada An*., 4-Three hundred die In Mr:Maud Radford Warren, A mer. 13. K. PHRTtYMAI.t. (\I I
Pennsylvania elected chairman. of Franc and Russia .1.nO newcommercial mad premier of Japan.July flood In Persia. loan '
DOMESTIC Republican national committee. treaty Chancellor Dollfuaa reorganised .' I-Ward ,liner Morro Castle Jul) 11-Hugh Frame, prominentunion K.VKIHT' KNJI.I'.1
", June Prealdeat Roosevelt In Jan. Government of Presldsnt Austrian cabinet and declared burned off New Jersey eoastl 114 labor leader. Att rneyn Ma"t"J!
President Roosevelt
.. Jan aocepted special message *t his futureplans Msndleta of Cuba recognised by I war on Nails and bomb person perished. July 14-Julian Hawthorne., author j3.3 l-3t.1.4.
th* resignation of Secretaryof : lol\I I 17 only of Nathaniel Haw
for United Statea S throwers. Sept. -Nome. AI."ka destroyedby son
the Treasury W. H. Woodln, and June 11-silver bill passed t, the Jan. II-.rm.n and Poland I July IT-Varies elected constitutional Are; loss ", thorne.
.appointed Henry Morgentbau ..r.. touoceed senate. .1 -n.d a year peace treaty.. .president: of Braall. Sept It-.Japan swept by destructive July 14-Louis Ferdinand Gott. OTI'F APPIU-VTIOM Foil
him. Jun. 14-Senate confirmed R. O. Feb. Austrian cabinet decidedto July IIhanc.lor Dolf. of typhoon! more than 1.000 killed achalk, veteran composer and conductor 'I''J ISEK1S S
Jan. 3-Cngr..s opened regular. Tugwell a* undersecretary of agri appeal to League ef Nations Austria .a..tl.tod .rolP lt Mm; explosion at Wr* ....IOD and h.ard President Roosevelt' culture. against German Nasl aggression. I Wales, killed 141 men. July 11-Oel. J. '1'. Axton. former. uY. Parmontvr, holder of ,''I'

message declaring the N.wD.fti June It-Steel worker decided topostpon. Feb. Britain France and 1 "uly. I-Kur Schusohnlgg appointed Oct.. I-Dt.a.trn". storm along chief of chaplain of United States l'al l''I'h..I. No. tun. 1..u..1 I'',:
must be made permanent.Jan. strike Indefinitely. Italy 1-r.at maintain Austria's of Austria. Uni.." States.Nov. army. A. I). 11531, has f 8.ad t
Congress.. revived Pr.iIdetRooa.vsiis June Governor Langer of Independence and Integrity. I July II Two slayer of Chancellor It.-Scores by. typhoonIn July 14-Bishop John W. Hamilton l r1O l mrtlfloate In my office and
budget message calling North Dakota and four others convicted March I-China refused to recognise -I Pollfuaa of Austria condemnedand Philippines. dean of Methodist board of niii ."III.lon for tax deed ,
for 11% billion dollar executed.Aug' Deo. tn Honduras bishops I.. to
of defrauding United States Mandhukuo. Earthquake "* ai'curdano
Jan. 5-Ho... passed. $470,000.001 government, March .I-Franc. charged Germany President von Hlndonburirof destroyed three towns.D.c. July It-Bngelbsrt Dollluss, IHW. Soul..vertirknte embraces the
national liquor tax bill. June Seventy-third congress had violated Versatile treaty. .Germany died and Chancellor II--Hotel In Lansing, Mich. chancellor of AU.lrla dncrllktrt property situate '
Jan. S Supreme court uph.idznor&torium adjourned Apri 17-.Japan protested against Hitler a..m.1 the presidentialPOAugr burned; about 40 lives hostNECROLOGY Francois !* perfumer. .rulowh,1 ,,,''! Pounty Florida to-
. on mortgages.Jan. June 10-Pr..ld.nt Roosevelt. given .. of aid to China by other :, July 17- or.ho:1psrl H. Lyautey, llt"r.:: rdt fl.1, niul: fenHt Half of '
.. Roosevelt.asked
10 President
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nation l$-Germany by II to 1 vote French
' degree of doctor of law at Yale.Cleaner S Iot. fil HIM) 83 Womilnwn, H utlon tl
\ the senate to ratify the St. Hitler' assumption of supreme July it- actress.
their NRA code. II Bolivians and Paraguay- a"oept.1 Dr..I.r. 6 '
\., Lawrence waterway treaty.Senate June 14-scrapped President Roosevelt ordered anuro.u t great battle In the Chaco. power. Jan. 1-Jacob Wa..rmann Gar- Henry Irving .. and Rant Tlwl..hll', cuntnlnlnir 1"lh.> ', nanl.. or J3
passed national liquor tax Strikes and riots throughout man novelist. playwright
I
pending of 1160,000,000 In July 11-Oreat Britain and Italy Sept -
bill middle west drouth areas. announced approval of eastern European Cuba; martial law proclaimed; Jan. 4-Prof. H. C. Warren, July IB-.J. L. MoLaurln. former loss.The ,
Jan. 11-Gen. Blanton Wlnshlp June 18-United State milk cod security pact fostered by cabinet rssigned. Princeton university psychologist.Jan. senator frem South Carolna ncsvpsivKMit of NnKl property
was appointed governor of Porte held Illegal by Federal Judge Berne Franc. S sept. '$Queen Mary of England 7-Robert Iln.p.on. 'American July : \ .gl.n am. under' the saul i'i>itlflcnte I I.. was ,
L Itlcq vice B. H. .cor-I": In Chlcag. August It-Evacuation of Haiti by launched the Cenarder Queen Mary, novelist and .dl ba ooPt Stales. Ihtt imme of Mrs .1. K. l'armen.
Willie Q. O .. t'eII' June id-Board of three named American marines completed I werld's largest Jan. I-Mis* Alice French (Octave Aug. von Hlndenbnrg. ter,
[, chief of the weather bureau. by President to mediate steel Industry I' Aug. Manchukuo severed all Oct. t.-Radlomlrevolt broke out Thanet) American novelist. president of Germany.Aug. Unless Haiti i-nrliriiuit Kluill, b* re.-I'
Jan. 15-Preeldent Roosevelt asked trouble relations with Ruula. I In, Catalonia and other part of Jan, L0-F'rank P. Glass of Ala.bama. t-Ida Mulla, veteran light lttmutd RiM-uiMlins' to Ilw.,. tax ;
\' congress for additional authority to killed fight with editor and publisher.Jan. opera actress
Hundred In
July President. Roosevelt sailedon Aug. 11- conferenceat Spain. will INHIIH thri>iin 011 Gtli day of '
.el.. federal bank gold reserve and cruiser Houston for vacation Geneva declared redoubled boy. troops. 18-.Almaro Sato, Japanese Aug. William B. Vai'e, veteran Jnnunry, A. 1). 1U3S.Dnteil .
'1 nx dollar between 60 and to 'cent cruise to Hawaii. Colt of Naxl Germany. Oct. Spanish revolution sup diplomat.Jan. Republican leader of Philadelphia.Aug .
Jan. 19-President Roosevelt mod. July 4-Rev. John F. O'Hara Sept Evane/ellne Booth elected Dressed by government troops. 14-Walker D. Mines former I-Alol.tu. Thomas, American till* 23th day of Nov"nler.-!'

1; fled his economy regulation to Increase elected president of Notre Dam uni general of the Salvation Army. Oct 0-Kins; Alexander I of Jugo director general of American rail playwrllbt. A. L. 193 A. J. .
annual payments to disabled 10 Richard Sweden slavia roads. Austin American THOMAI.
versity. Sept. Sandier a..ln.t.d. AuI. I-M.ry
veteran. by 11 million dollars. July Eightieth birthday of Republican elected president. of League of Oct. ('. Peter 11 Gen Jean Marchand of France, l..v.I.1 {'lerk ot ,: t'ourt I I
L Jan. 20-House of representativeipssee.I party celebrated at Jack- Nation years old, proclaimed klnl of Jugo c.n.r la'ur. of Fashoda fort Incid AuI. 14-Raymond Hood, archi S }trail Co!' the President' money bill under a r .
Mich. Bept. It-Russia Invitation slavia tect.Aug. S '
$10 to 40. ion..JulyS.nat..'. jail sentence of to join League.0c..pt.I International Eucharistic Congress Jan. It-John Sherwin, Cleveland It-Albert B. Dick Chicago
. Jan. 14-Naval supply bill of 184millions W. P. MoCracken for contempt. Sept. ft-Russia .. Natona.. opened In Buenos Aires b.nk.r. Inventor anil manufacturer.Prof. .
U passed by house. by. D. C. court. of appeals. ,upset ber of the League of Nations. Got. 17ChancelIor Hitler of der- I Jan 1S-Joseph Devlin, Irish nationalist F. W. Beugrave, astronomer
" Jan. IT--Senate passed pr..l .nt'. July Mississippi voted to remain Sept. 13-Russia agreed to sell S many proclaimed fuehrer hlo.tn Isader. at Providence, H. I. .
' p money bill. dry. half Interest In Chinese Eastern Oct. 11-Mahatma Jan. It-Harrison Fisher American Q. A. Klngsbury of Chlo.a. veteran
Jan. 10-Nation celebrated Prenli for 150.000- Indian Nationalist leader artist theatrical a'
July 14-Unlona In San Franolsco railway to Manchukuo a*
i. dent Roosevelt' fifty-second birth. area voted for general strike. Nov. Doumergue resigned as Jan. SO-Edward J. Brundag, Republican Aug. 13-Henry T, Ttalney of Illlnole -
a July 16-General strike In effectIn 000.Sept drltaln France premise of France and Pierre Flan- leader., In lake Forest ill speaker of the house.
House passed the Vlnson navy San Francisco. and Italy n-reat.. ".. agreement to guard din formed new government.Nov. Dr. Lincoln Hulley, presidentStetson ; Nigel Playfalr. English actor
bilL James J. Cooling elected head of Independence. of Au.trla 10-Premier Mussolini formally university Deland, Fla. and manager.Au .
'1 Jan. 11-President established a Tammany. Oct. f-Kin* .." of Jugo Installed his system of Industrial Jan. 11-John H. McCooey, Tammany *. It-Hugo Victor V.lz. com
18.Ot cent dollar. July 17-Gov. William Langer of slavia and Foreign Minister Barthou self-government) In Italy. leader of Brooklyn N. Y. poser In .
Feb. 6-United States Supreme North Dakota ousted by. state supreme of France assasslnatsd In Marseillesby S Nov. 18_Prealdent Salamanca of I Amelia Suminervllle, former stag Aug. 10 'Id.Bcamllnlhnm.,
court Quashed all pending federal court declelon. Macedonian terrorist Bolivia forced to resign by mUlarFCOlp. veteran produCe .
dry cases. demanded naval tjan. 13-Dr. Mary H. Black York,
July 19-o.n.ral strike at San Oct. 18-Japan L
Fsb President and postmaster Francisco called off. equality with United States and I of Kent and Princess Marina I southern educator. Aug. I-Ma. Gen. H. G. Bishop
general cancelled all air mall con. July 10-Serious strike riot In Great Britain. of Greece married. In London Jan. 10-Frank N. Doubleday New United ,
tract and the army wa called on Cardenas Inaugurated York publisher.Jan. Sept I-Hues Columbo screen actor
Minneapolis and Seattle. Oct. 15-Nobel prize In medicine Nov. 80-Qen. L..art tn
and radio Los An.gel. The FirePrct'eton
to carry the air mall. Blue Eagle' restored to Harriman awarded to Drs. George Minot, O. president Mexico 11-'Walter Wellman pioneeraeronaut ... crooner
i Feb. 14-William P. MacCracken ; mills an" 'W. P. Murphy of. Kirov. Soviet leader and veteran journalist.
hosiery tn Tennevsee. H. Whlpple Dec. 1-Sergei
and L. H. Brlttln sentenced by senate Feb. Gilbert M, former 8-Dr. a. C, Bral.nbur. of
July II -President Roosevelt ordered United States.Nov. asaasslnatsd In Leningrad. Hlchcook. PuBrTut.
to ten days In jail for contempt the beginning of vast reforestation t-Lulgl Plr.nd.l. Italian I Deo I-Plot, to kill all Soviet leadi senator from Arthur university.A. Fowler of New Tork..port.m.n cl i
i In connection with air mall Investi project In midwest plain novelist and p'aJ'wrllht"' awardedNobel ers In Russia uncovered: ten armYmc.n Feb. I-Monta..u. Glass, American and author. "
i "OmsIj
gation. Harry B_ '.
I' writer ,
for
region. prise I and many other .
I Feb. 1 -Army air corps began July 12.....John Dllllnger notorious," Nov. It-Dr. Harold C. Ur..y'ot ( .t.d.executed" .- Eleanora da CI.n.ro. op.rato Sept. 4-Arthur Jordan of Indianapolis liremillmi, rinse and knewsT ky mess

flylnar the air mall. desperado. shot to death 'by federal Columbia university New York, ,1 I Dec. S-Russln restored death penalty .t.r. In Nw pht.nthropl.t and Ilelu.trla.I.t. erhool thllilrvn thraush.nl.,,I Wen,tee k
Feb. SI-House passed tax: : revision agents In Chicago. awarded the Nobel prise In chemistry -I to crush "Whit Russian terDeo. Fsb U-Au..u.t Anheuser Busch tine ...eeeiMelln ibm sewleukeek t
bill. July II-Pr..ld.nt''reached Hawaiian for his discovery of "heavy wa. rorl.t plot. S of St. Louis I brewery msgnnt. -Gen. Th.odor Blngbitm en .rrvnMlea (
Feb. Ii-Rog.r Touhy and two William lltravers Jerome of New York.
waters." t.r. I Sixty-six" terrorist sxouted Of.V.\
members of his gang convicted In July. 11 Pacific coast longshoremen Nov. M-Jugoslavia accused Hungary In Russia., York. 10.-Count Joseph Karol1 *Smoli,-' b 5 ..1._ eeuetelaefv 1.1. kea.
Chicago of kidnaping John Factor voted to accept mediation. of complicity In a.a..lnalon p,0 t-Two hundred more Bus.slans Charles J rUnt shipowner and legitimist leader.Sept. reel I wink h I.p'se.ss I.esd eav* .'
and given 99 yeara In prison. July Minneapolis put under of King Alexander. Including GPU officials, sum- financier 11-4.thermne Ureehkovskaya issues life. "" deliig .
Feb. It-President asked congress martial law by Governor Olson because Nov. 10-Italy refused French request I .hot. J'.b. 14-Melvin A. Tray lor, Chi Russian r.Tolutlonl.t In to kew yee t.w.a.r"I.,. ys.. "
to create. federal commission on wire of teamster strike.. for extradition of Dr. Ant m.rly. 17-Western Australia' petition banker. Prague, lemMe, .. Inure. {
and radio communications.Feb. July Longshorsmen' strike on PavelIch alleged leader of band that for accession from the commonwealth Feb. IT. -Albert, king of the BelFob. Sept. 11-William Lrimor. former ... ...., Meek Is.srsees, ,
IT-Senate voted to restore Pacific coast In compromise.A killed King. Alexander of Jugo- In glans. senator from ;
150 million. In veteran bneflt and President.d.d landad prevented parlam.nt It-.John R. Roger co-In Dr. Bertl.old LauRa of Chicago, ,..eelerllea ..I re en,.
federal ealarl.**. at Or.Roo..v.1 .la..l. 1-France refused to join I vector of the II.r..nthal.r linotype anlhropologl.t I I.I for,_. U .kelp f
'- Feb 18-House voted. against federal Aug forU..nd. of liver D.o. In denouncing Washingtonnaval AERONAUICS machine In B. MoN.u.bl Canadian -
S furniture factory.. ordered by the President.. treaty. .I Jan. Southern Feb. Representative Joseph L financier. WAILI'INSURAN :
HAROLD
March President asked con-. Aug. Secretary Wallace announced Deo. Germany promised Franceto Cross completed flight from ".n.gal Hooper of Mtch..n.F.b. Bept. 11-Ruth Hal ot New York C.
Cress for power to negotiate' tariffs virtual abandonment of pay for the Saar coal mines and Africa, to Natal, Braall.Janll I I-Sir SItar Brltlah writer and feminist.
March a-John Dllllnger, bank American plane Sept. 10-Porter Uraereon Brown. ,
crop reduction program for l grant political equality to oltlssnc -Six navy $
robber ami desperado' encapeo1 from Strike of 15,000 m e..aa5.of. of the reg-lnn. nonstop flight from San Fran- Core I.yton. veteran American American playwright.Duke O C 1
jail at Crown Point; inmi.S Aluminum Company of America Dec. t-League of Nations to Honolulu.. actor. of St. Albana, descendant of
March 5.-(Supreme ,court upheld tartd." to send International police d.cld.I :: 10-Three Russian balloon Feb. It-Dr. Daniel W. Protheroeof Cbsrl.' IL STAURB, FLORID" '\R

government price fixing. Aug. IS-Eugene R. Black resigned Into the Saar, French b.lnl excluded to record height of c.Loa compor and*director. Sept. II-Robert Fulton Cutting. ; '
t President Roosevelt asked Indus. a* governor of federal re- and Germany r plan I Il.t7 mile and then were killed John veteran baseball New York financier and philanthropist.
try to raise wages and shorten I serve Dec. Jugoslavia deported 17,000: by fall of their. ..ondole manager.Feb. .
hours... ,- S SS boar.United Worker Hungarian resident of that country. April 11- a italy IT-Dr. Henry O. King, du- Sept. II-Anthony trios, prominent IF YOUR
March.,. t-Senate paasdfsldat.atre.gtfrhflavp' : "..AUI.for general. T."UI In cotton Dau. 7-United States notified eat new airplane altitude reoord of eaton In Oberlln Ohio, Mormon, In Suit Lake City.

*. / eon.tsoetkobllL.. ,. ;testIie..induetty.. S Ijcaicna- Nation It wouldhelp S 47610 flfrt._ t tMny March 4-John Aldon.poet and Luclen Gaudln of France, champion .
., President appointed Judge Florence Aug. 17- : silk and rayon unions I negotiating peace between Paraguay t- .: air .rri..U In editor In fencer. "
Allen. of Ohio a. federal' circuit. voted to jOin In textile strike. and Bolivia. English b' perishing.May ;. William :IY8h.n'l.r: etplorer S S Sept. 14-Alfred !u.t.. Bey
,'. court of appeal judge Aug. 18-Louiaiana legislature I D.o I-.Ju..o.lavl.. and Hungary 14--( Pond and Cea- and soldier In Mentone. France. Turkish diplomat. HAS !
March President ordered. army passed law making Senator Lone ao.pt.d Nation pence sane S.b.11 started from New York March %Margaret Illlngton Sept. 15-Percy A. Rockefeller.
BRETH
air mall service hal ed. and Governor Allen dl..tator. of the averting danger of war In on flight to Rome. Bowes, former stage star. New York flnanoi.r.Murqusss 1ieeay
Attorney General Cummings or. .tat*. I May It-Pond and Sabelll landed March 14-Mrs. Fannie Osborn of Uerenford. Irish peer.Kdwln .
dered criminal. action niralnst Andrew 11-Twelve bandits took SAug. alkana.FOREIGN In Ireland b.cau..f engine trou. Porteous, first "Topsy" of stage, at Le Mare, American organ-
Mellon, James J. Walker A SMELL YOUCAN'T
and 417,000 from truck ble. Watertown, 8. D. lit and compo.er.S.pt ,
other. for alleged Income tax eva in Brooklyn. armore money May 17-Rossi and Codos began March. It-John A. Simpson Oklahoma It-Maj. Hen. O. K Harries, .,
sion. commander
California.I City, president of the NationaJ at ilrest. '
Truek- driver strike In Minneapolis Tatarescu, antl- Bight from Part to .
March 11-Houne passed bill for ended In ..Ian.o.or". of Rumania.Jan. May 18-Wing trouble forced Ros.I Farmers' union Sept. 10-Harry Aekin veteran
Immediate cnpromls.Au&
55 payment of ",veteran 14- treaty 10-Marlnue Van der al I and Codos to land at New York. March 11-Lllyan Tashman movie theatrical manager.: FEEL
bonus Llbb ,
la Shields
greenback .. J. Adamowicistarted actress In Nsw York.Mnt'al John K. former asnator
proclaimed by who burned the relchatag June .nd
March 13-Arthur Curte Willard Pr..II.ntRoo.v.lt 2-B. from Tennessee.Oct. WEl
b. Lmlpslg.Jan I from New York to II-John M. Harlan, lawyer
elected president of University .of of the Budgetf.ewls 'Pope Pius XI proclaimed Warsaw,11lht Harbor Grace, N, 'n New York.March t-Frank L Coomb. of California .. When we .
I Illinois forced Ar; lli-MaJ. Gen O.Squler former congressman and ambassador ... ..
March It-St. Lawrence Douglas r..lln.eS.Bept ae a SisterJosn AntidaThouret June 10-Gas shortage O.orl. our .
S waterway 1- author of France who founded theorier rnowlc brother to land In Nor. In Washington. to Japnn. ,lea.y saeeimmg sue meuth sad ..
cod. I
.
4 treaty rejected by the senate. March It Otto banker In t Gen. W. A. Mann. .. .
S Kahn o.t. -II.j.
In NRA of
protest against of the Sisters Charity mandy Imd brssth. soa
March J 8--Army resumed I,..lln.d army. retired. I t o
S flying New York. Uni. i iirtoosir
San United State
, Jan. It-Ramon Orau Mart"r.llled July II-T.n army I all i ever 1* as
air March mall.' 21 Bept 4-Strike of textile workere. .. president of bombing : planes completed flight i April Edward W. Pou con -Louie Barthou French foreign I greuek* e good for..|
: -President urged p..- declared BO cent effec selected to to In minister. &
; was succeed from Washington Falrb.n"l greeaman Washington What meaea eeeay ta
sags of ob Insurance bill. ,- April William MePowell. King Alexander of Jugoelavla. t, t.j
him Alaska Walac. mesh
H Well. kea *
March 14-President signed Philip tive.Sept. Oct. -Lord of o.
.S pine Independence bill. Aluminum work.r'strike Jan. It-Chancellor Hitler made July U-stratoaphe. balloon I American Irish ter. Ireland.I Cu.h.nlun 11. Juice' _', dins* M. Wbatto the bl JuCil
L- March Ik-President settled threatened t. enc.I by prom I. dictator over. all German In"jan. started from near Free State. dot. 11-sir Arthur BritIsh It la mo* vital eUgeattv* to eenV I
.. strike In automobile Industry, 10-Maine : "dS Gover hlm..l but fabric ripped at ICJ :;rir. Mother Hyacinth United founder of Passionate physicist.Oct. 80Iu.l.r. body.t_ t pi MS of It are flewlner fraw I Ieur
.4 March It-President vetoed economy nn't a Democratic, 'l7-Hevla resigned presidencyof occupants of gondola order In State Raymond Polnoar, liver late ear licwiki every day, -
" bill. Republican: and repealof Cuba ,and Carlos Mendleta wasnamed safely with parachute Douglas Rob Statesman.Oct. Fr.nel oaoveiueut* *** hard and eonenpatM i iSHiemla _
March 17-President left for Flor state prohibition law. to succeed. him by Col. Ful- AuI. 8-.James Ayllng and Leon In.ItltII Falls, N. 7. 15-Charles B, Coffin of In.dianapolia % .t ... as MT M ..
11-Senator Huey Long'e ." began nonstop flight from Zaya*. ex-prea. .
k ida or u ... S.pt geneluBatista, head of the army. and tousl- pslsssi,
won In Louisiana election. Jan 33-.Britiah Imperial naval Wssaara ., to : r.PhllanthroPlo bed .a (
: par a .
House ness ? ecv I
overrode veto of ; _
1 economy U-ov..rnm"lt renewed its In Singapore Aug. t! Reed ." Sir Gerald Da Maurler BritIshactor.
I S.pt oonr..r.nc opened f..0. : Preeldent B. Bryan of Ohio unl- When ear friends smell sew
Dill.March II-Senate char.*S against AndrewMellon. became a Fascist state to land by S of verelty, Athens, Ohio. (but we oWt) sad we feel like.
overrode economy dictator.Cuban April 14-Justice W. C. Owen of
Constantln
with Pete a* S Oct. 11-Hal O. Kvarts, American kwoeea doej't nee a aaouthwaek er
bill fuel.Aug.
," veto.. Sept 10-Solution of Lindbergh ." themelvee ID-Pond and Babelll, 'flying Wisconsin eupreme court author lusts,.. the _
March II-Johnson Imposes lI. aF. kl"n.pln.beans with arrest In against President d back from Rome, crashed In Wales, April It-John I. former Oct.. Alexander" vonKiuck US$85 G. whisk T
ll-honr 1--o.n.
week on soft coal Industry. New R. Hauptraann Jan. Chuutemps' French \a Sept. CoU Rosooe Turner won governor of Wisconsin and United marshal Sow P But -
- April 4-Florene, El. Allen tookeath with part of the ransom money.. tact resigned. Thompson trophy air State Oct. 10-James Mellon of Pitta- iew J- .
';" federal In Cleveland as flrst woman President's special board offered Jan. 30-Daladler formed races In Cleveland; -bo'n.J.\ : ,.toor.a. former dlplo- burgh, banker. R r :. I

oJ Judge. plan for ending of textile" etrlke. French government, S noted pilot killed race. mat Oct. II-Prince Italian
" Ada Trial of Bishop Cannon and Miss Sept. II-Textile union official ordered German reichstag mad Chancellor Sept. 'Poland.won) International Alfred Juergen of Chi- diplomat and .. Ca.tant ? CmrSee'eby
Burroughs for violation of cor. end of the strike Hitler sovereign of all the states balloon race. oago, artist It-Frank Sprague of New A. sel
rapt. practices. act bsgan S In Washington Sept. 14-Packer* raised pay of Feb. I-Serious 'riot In Part Oct. 1_Twenty airplane left April 10-C. H. AI.n former governor Oot, electric traction pioneer. I OltfM .
t'., 100.000 employee t per cent. against the Daladler gov.rnm.nt England on ran to Melbourne, Au. of Puerto Oct. 10-Lou Tellegen, screen ao .. .C
April 10-House committee began Sept. It-Gen. Hugh 8. Johnson Feb. t-Part* mob. traUa April ,Federal Judge W, fl. tor.
Investigation\ of charge made by resigned a. NR administrator effective and police, many being killed or UV. A. Scott and Camp' Sheppard at Jacksonville, Fla. Nov. 1- Edmond deRoths-
t Dr. William ,A. Wlrt that member;' wounded. Ot. 'won air race April 13-Mrs. Cornelius Vander. child banker'n" In Bou VU
of "brain truer were plotting to Sept. IT-President announced appointment Feb.. Premier Daladler of bol Melbourne Jn I days II hour I but Sr. In New Yrk.Viililam logne,, sportsman WORN I ,
overthrow the government. of board to conduct the France resigned and Doumergue and It minutes 5- Thaw, veteran of SaRa,. Nov. t;-Dr., Elmer Brown
April 11-Senate voted for It percent NRA.Bept. undertook G..tol new Lieut Francesco cello of Italy I ette Becadrlll American educator J NERVES
Increase In leceme tax. seaplane speed mark of April 14-Dr. Paul flhoray Greek .
10-Preeldent Roosevelt. de government. set new Nov. 4-Blr Alfred Gilbert English -
, too.rOO It--Senate passed its ..n.- radio address thai he would Feb Doumergue announced hi. 4401 miles an, hour.' scholar- in' ChlcagevFay sculptor S
ta* bill with In como tax: : pub seek a labor-Industrial true to end cabinet for France;. Communist Prof. Jean Ploeard and hi. wit Hempetead, poet laureate of Nov. t-Dr. U MoArthur of Chicago .
licity provision. ... rioted In Paris. mad stratosphere balloon ascent often Free Masonry, In Little Rock 1
President Roosevelt returned t April 10-Maj. Gen. Hugh i*. 8t' surgeon.
broke out In miles.Nov.
Feb. II-Civil war O. Lee
Nov. Thomas presldsnt
Oot.Trl.' of !nsull and
.
Salu.1 Indian I
Washington from noted fighter.Dr. .
fishing 4 Sir Chance
trip. -
the and .
between government
Austria Kln..eoreS.Smltb of Armour company In Chicago.
former associates In Chlo..o.Ot .
April It-Oov. Lemsrer. of North American Federation ot the Socialists and hundred werePeb' and Capt., P. O. W. H. *Welch, pathologie'atBaltimore. Nov. t- Lee, publicity .
Dakota and eight other / "p.rt
Indicted flight from Brls-
. pl.l.d three-stop
,; by United State for forced) collec convention In San Franciscototed killed. Oakland Calif. May 2-William C7 Proctor of Cln. In New York. -
14-Socialists' revolt In Aus.tria bane, to Nov. ll Admiral
-Rear Samuel
for t day 10 hour work Au.tr.l.
'1 tion from relief workers 1wh. Nov. plane com. clnnatL m.nuratur.r.
12-President : dead estimated at
suppressed
, April 'It Wlrt Oct. ordered : May0William Woodln, ... ) navy.
Investigation ended Eddie Rlckenbaoker
. by Democrat after his story was week. for'American cotton garment Legion Indu.tr 1.000 V.b." 1,000.-Albert.I. king of the Belgian rd'ul.: Calif., to Newark, :.. a treasury.May road sir WtaYnl1n.tab r"l

.S ,denied S Oct In Miami. Pta."Pretty .onvn. *, killed by t.1% while climbing house I minutes to .. f.fmr Gardner, N. J. naval Jenrr..man..I.et Frederick S"p
Aprlll 'it-Oeneral Johnson n.ar .. .
pro- Floyd mall peak ,
notorious
S elajmed. new wage structure for soft Oklahoma 0 7a"w. killed by federal Feb.: II-Gen.: Auguato Sandlnp, OIDec. I-Pllir'a* Lieut. C. T. P. Ulm arM "head.Morton of Chicago, Nov..- Lfan.port.In'.r,
oal Industry. and rebel lead of Australia and two companion
efllcere near East Liverpool ; Una artist. I IMrs.
April 11-Milk control plan Oct. 14-American Legion thlo 11.a..n.satrlot national guardsmen started from .Oakland, Calif., on head It-of William United States B. Corey Steel for.. Alice ofAlice
'dropped by the A A A. flight to were forced met corporation. "
''S manded Immediate at Managua.Feb. HOI"lulu. In Wonderland In England.Justlc ,
\ April li American fleet of. lit Ill crowned kingPuyl down at sea an t. .
and elected Frank B'nn.I of ILopol. < May 14-Charles D. Qarmo. ..- V. R. DeToung of Illinois
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: .
'r .tt.I.r..d. record transit of Panama San Francisco ct the president of Hwarthmore college Supreme courtNov.
Rayon and silk dyers Starch I-hnr, enthroned 17-W. H. Cole, president r
(S 555 April 17-Bishop Cannon and Miss .trlk*. '55 EmperOr Kang Teh of Manchu"Yerroux DISATERSaa. May 1Olb.rt American Louisville .Nah"ll. railroad.Nov. '
'
.' Burroughs acquitted of violation of 1 Angels aIMh'y"Cl I forme* een-
Oct. World' Willie J. II-L. ManU.
Fair -
corrupt practice act. l-blca..o'* cabinet In Spain resigned. area resulted In about 7t ..th. Abbott .t.r. Slot Mont..n. .
bi" enate. passed air mailS e..d March 1-Lerroux again made pre"M.rr'n Jan. Bxplolon and fire dltor. In BroollIn.,. 'S Cardinal In Rome
, Electlone resulted gen.rally Ce killed 140 Dr. ". famouschemist. Nov. 33-Si. Arthur British -
In decided Democratic victories, i1L55 saint.edbyihePoe. .I..II" In Chicago .PII.ro.
d.
May Postmaster General Far- dramatist.Sir .
Icy awarded II air mall contract with senate gain of It seats and M.rl. :.n"-. Eighty I a pan.S May ol 12-Joseph Mi Dlxon" s.-gov- Ernest BudgeEtfyptOIoeIAt.. UP '..t, 'WII ,
S New,revenue bill enacted by con loss of !. seats In r 'U'.. March i mu.1 In.utl vanished f Japan. moor Montana Whltlock Nov. 14-Charlee Macanley of New
." '.r.... Nov... Marrlner d. Bodes of from Atnsns on eve of bis deportation. Jan. lli.rthquak. hook all India May 14 to formetambassador Tork veteran cartoonist., f DIrv.kJgb1-.. "

, May 4-Hous. passed stock exchange Utah, mad governor of federal r.. It- S.lerlum Nov. It Queen Bade, mot her'of w. .
y. control bill. serve board March 10-Hlllsr launched pre.rram S French trl-motor plane er.h.d. secretary May *f labor, B VI.on. art King Zog of Albania. sad ,-1 .
,I May 7-Samuel Insult was landed Nov. lPr..leI.nt Roo..1 ap f give job. to Idle. killing ten Including promt omFeb Lascellee English sculptor S Nov. ft.-Sam Harris, tb.atloa 1 1 : '
". In United States and taken to Chi- pointed advisory bon S Marc2Uen. Johan cials. S S rranl producer. In San .
1 Cairo for trial. reform, headed Frank P. Gra become dictator of Ldoa. 30-Tin aged widow and Archbishop p.lnt. Nell McNeil of 0 0..orr..pond.nt Nov. I-.pt.' John Wanamaker :.aay'i..d &

55 May t-Federal grand Jury la ham.Martial S Aprl t'Spain r..tore) priest lePID daughters of Clvl war veteran May ItJV F. J. Archibald, war of New Jork. sportsman and war ,
, '. Pittsburgh refused to Indict ,A... W. law declared In Anions burned to d.tl home In Brook- In Hollywood, Calif. veteran. cB" :
tA Mellon' for tax evasion. In atate'a l..ht ... California, ? t-High army officer of Xtuureeted yule. Pa Clover, la Nov. 10-Philip Hal. of Bo.lo. '
S May I*; Senate passed FletcherRavburn project &e for plot to kill the Fib .-.-Eight"person. killed by journ..t must and drama crItic ..
stock exchange bllL Nov. Unemployment Insurance ranl. crash of air liner. near Salt Lake pyre of University of .. I-C. M. Oreenway, president -
May It-Senator. David A. Reed program outlined! by President klAp'r 14 Italian government ordered City. L'rtt-.J. Booth N.w.pa.u. Inc.. _wit ." "
defeated Oov. Gifford Plnehot In Roosevelt before conference on economic duetloa of cost ef living and Feb.' It-Tornado .Georgia AI. k Barnett, wealthiest Dec. I-Lord Rldd.11 British I..
Pennsylvania Republican primaries security. of wag. In .'ot to balance the bama and Mississippi killed Indian In toe Angel**. newspaper l..
i f.m1an'nominated Joseph 8'. 0.1.I Nov. I5Pr..I'ell Roosevelt left budc.t March 11-New Japan*** torpedo To..o. Japan. war Deo. 4-Dr. A. w. Row. of Boa- pl.sUEt, k-
.. Springsviathe Aarl 11-lerlou* revolutionary boat capeiasd&bout 100 men drown Amlr' Cody. screen. I.ro, ton, biologist I *
I Senate passed bill for federal eon. Tenneasee valley projects. rIots' ii alu. '" Jan 1w Rolpb Jr, & Deo. Former oo,. W. W..Brandon "UIU
trol of radio anti wire communica. Nov. 10-Gen, Smedley D. Butler AprU! ..bla. ,.. !iarch -La- Liberated, Salvador, nor of California. gover of AI.ba.a f ,.

tions. told oll..ru.loDal committee of .1.isged .Ia".d.' pal.1 at moat destroyed by dynamite em.plosion Ma). Gen. James Parker, Dec. Sterling. Cuban Dr.. I N.vv1s .
S May It-Provident Roosevelt Inmeesage F..ela to sslse the April; >-Rlcardo Ibne formed : and fire; ItO lIves loet. Jan 4.-Rev. C. L. ambassador to Washington.Dee. folb.UZ.ed4
to eot.gre, called. for do- .. S new Spa 'ah cabinet. March 11-CM* thousand dead, I00 ,. president of Dam r : It-Dr. Theobald Smith, pre. .a' .
nteetla and Nov. 14-Samuel and It codefendant 10 Austrian parliament Are : dent of Rockefeller Institute I .
International control ever In.ul April Injured I.. at H.kodato Ja- June -Dr. C. of
arms ano> munH fonav . fraud in adooted n. w constitution.May pan. .. ago. surgeon. r. : Medical Research -oochtaur *1':
Seven bill. t.. "Id federal war on Chicago. Z-.Ing Iba S.ud of Arabia April I-It lIves lost la Oklahoma Juae 1-J.m. .. .)', Deo. II-W. T. Wage-oner of Fort drug i .. ,
S .5 crime were .sign-4 by the President No. .17-"Baby r_" N.I.on began wa. on the kln."D'.f Ye- Soode. S. Ident of Puln.Compall.Ie.l. Worth capitalist' .and. larf"ftear 1'.7 ;

i.S m. Dr. a_.. FKnob' resigned .. public enemy No I. Iil.d AprlrttF Norweta.killed] *.?.. ,
Li' 'commissioner of -"ue.Uon. effective ernment ... Harrington. "May t-Piemler Mu."oln'.d up fjord Jun. l- Hal Skelly. American ae- Admiral John HJI.aD. V.'Dsc. .
.July .. and John ViT. stndebaker ef 111. and was himself rule.of coon ry by 11-Mine explosion in I. N. '
0..*'IIoln.. was. lected .to suooeed Deo.. 1-Katherln* Lenroot appointed May 13-Amletfc* : 1r" In war "Apri. blUed ISO. toS'u"* II..Ja..on author and 14-Anthony banker. J Drexel" Br, /
him. chief of the bureau In Arabia.May Slay 1-Eighty-seven m.n kUl.4In Philadelphia -F'F''I
I- May. 11-Presidet Roosevelt asked Department of .htdr.a' -Bulgarian army established mine disaster at Bugglngen. Germjiay Foa'rth Duke of Wellington.Jan Dec.7-W. L. Harding, former ) I f

ti, j i; ongra.. to paao kill partly rsmoatlalag .c a-United .Statea r..upr.m.. a dlet torshlp, by bloodies .- 5 SO-Thors. Smith American governor James B.of Iowa New York banker.. :
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, aTARKH FLORIDA FRIDAY"JANUAn

FOUR..-..,.......,.... ------ .-----.. _un n. ... __n.u..BRADFORD_ __, ..... __ .. .. .__ n' .. _. .____ .- '_'_ ......,.....,.,... :7 -r"- ____ 4,19Si.V _:
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Burney-McMillan ed at the'Powell residence

.V '-FLORIDA, .....1 AItrNNrm1ill.fP Mr. and E. K. of I Circle number three, Mrs, w. B
tJbIG1J. Mr.
'"' 1M, ,.....".., Burney 1 Alexander leader, will be enter-
,. Lawtey tamed at the residence of Mrs. A].
.J '5ocJetv Announce the engagement of.their exander.All .

daughter members of the Circles are
T Doris Lorraineto urged. to attend.,
r I ,

t .i Junior Music Club Holds Student Night ObservedAt roar A &J&JD LIV.'SIN i ,"1'ty a / ll! George McMillan, of Gainesville.The I the Because pie they they',had found intended a mouse eating fa

\ ,' Interesting: Meeting Baptist ChurchStudent's ry wedding will take place' in for lunch Fred and John Clialia
1 "' rJ.GG.eOl.N.oI b the home of the bride's parents on of Charleston, W. Va., sued.a baking -
'i The Junior Music Club of Night 'a service conducted -> -
'1 .. Starke met Wednesday afternoon, by students of various uni- Jrt02I. Saturday, January 5. company for $2, OO.

,I December 19, at the Presbyterian versities and colleges, who are : ''The above announcement taken r. =
.< _,' ..MlUlJIe.'IJ home for' the holidays, was held I from Wednesday's" issue, of the
rr"i a
Ji,. ':y During the business session the.club at the First Baptist Church SUrl 4 ..J.. w + f :Times-Union will be'of interest' to WIMPY would like

voted to federate with the day evening. friends here.Baptist .
{//JJOUIGfU -
-r pis National Federation of Junior Mu- This Is the first of these serv-! t our Hamburgers and .
'I Bib Clubs. ices to be held in Starke and it Is'' W. M U. NoticeThe .

_ b,$' The hoped to make it an annual affair. will
following program was ec- the / regular meeting of the Cir so you.
The students were assisted on
\ Joyed by the rhythm band:
cles of the Baptist Woman's Missionary
Williams
by Misses Eunice
Festival March by Louise Stern program, Ella Maude GII OD'and Ot7rt JI ';. Uulon, will be held Mon I Also Oysters, Chili,
.'.\ and band, Mary Lorraine Stock- day afternoon at the regular hour.
,
Frances ,
Hemingway.The
a well, eA r r ,
conductor Circle number one Mrs. J. M. and Barbecues.
: JlnglelJens.by'Nljja,Bishop and: evenings,! program waa. as Brownlee leader;! will meet at: the
r band,'Frances! Overstreet and Ida follows home of Mrs. W. L.Wall, with Mrs' HALL'S ,'PLACENear
., Lula'Davis, conductors. Prylude: "Indian Lodge" (Mac- jt Wall and Mrs. Brownlee, hostesses
',)sand ent Night, Mrs L. A. Canova Dowell) Miss Marjorie Stump,'pi- Circle number two, with Mrs. L. Seaboard Station
band, Tommy and N. T. Ritch anis G. Powell leader, will be entertain- .
and Arch Thomas Jr., conductors \Jlymq; C ----
.' w. .
j iA) Tick-Tock by Fay Yarbrough.i ray r. Reading: Miss 'Eunice I
Scripture
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conducted by Ritch.
Tommy ONE OP
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;*1: A.:;, Waltz by Clarice and Arch Williams. yM zMr THE Fancy White, House
,'LThomas Jr., Hymn. Blue Rose EvaporatedRICE -
and band.
"To A Waterfowl" .
N. T. Ritch, Offertory: r -EXISTING M&SOJVUCS
Ftf Reporter. (MacDowell!) Miss Stump.
tin' Duet: "Oh It Is Wonderful," ,,.. 4' of SPAA//SH- MILK

I DON'T ,GET UP NIGHTS Frances Misses Ella Hemingway.Brief Maude. Glisson and OCCVPATOAf7ZO&0A/N An' excellent grad No finer evaporated

1'.. .. .. ... Talks: Baptist Student '
j 'p. Oil Hupliit I. \ Ktc.
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rice. milk to
t'' Flash out OXK..II. acids and wrote Union-Miss Marguerite*. Prevatt, I I' 'txt of whole grain taetNt9nlo made
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_ matter. Get rid of bludcfer Irritation Florida State College for,Women; I ( '' .
; .
1), that causes waking up, fr.- Presbyterian League-Miss Evelyn: w.,a vft ;4c wsroe/c' 5Lbs 23eWNERE RUMS 31Can." ir .
'f quenl de.lre, scanty flow burning Stump, F. S. C. W.; Y.'W.'C.' : A. OLD SPAN/SJI.
''''and' backache. Make thin aGo test. Work-Miss Marjorie Stump_F..... .. tistr: 'f4; ; r.
1 O.f juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc., inHllttle C. W.:; Baptist Student Union ,-' ,&' 3:+r'ilt lr3i .
Inman, University oV FlorIda 8GLL COOKING APPLES (York( Imperial) Lb. Be
George
Green tablet called Bukets,
r V the-.bladder Statistical Report of B.-"S. U. FRESH TOMATOES Fancy .Lb.; let
laxative In four day : FRESH CARROTS Bunch '7y e
'.Ilf not. pleased your druggist will re. In Nine Southern Colleges-Milton IS + OWED BY CANADIAN RUTABAGAS c Pound 4c
..t..rn' ,your 26o. Mitchell' DrugStore Brownlee. Jr. U. of Fla. 1 THE FLOG/DA PARSNIPS Pound 5c ,

Solo-!"The Plains ot. 'Peace"- .' #/srOCAt. BANANAS .4 Pounds 15cI0o

,:r f- Miss Hymn.Evelyn Stump. f + I ,' SOC/.G / CELERY Fancy Ii'

: Benediction.:'. _. ,\ I SPANISH LETTUCE ONIONS Pound Firm ,804o II':
-:; CUCUMBERS (Fancy Hothouse) Each. '7'cGOLD
__ ,RITZ THEATRE Bachlorettcs; Give DanceThe Although 'the' BURROWING OWL IB: a., The old SPANISH MISSIONtBELL in

STARK FLORIDA Woman's Club building was a wide ranging! bird. in western North'America tlejibrary} of the Florida Historical So- MEDAL "KITCHEN TESTED"FLOUR

gaily decorated Tuesday night Florida hasspecies- all her", ciety, Jacksonville, is..a..most interesting.
PROGRANBEQiNNING relic of the missions established the '
with balloons and other trappings by
,. FRIDAY of a New Year's celebration,when own! Its range is restricted' to the prairie Roman Catholic church during colonial
i The Bachlorettes Club waa' hos- region of central arid south Florida. Just days in Florida.' It was found near Madison -

> FRIDAY. JAN. 4TH :tees at a well-attended dance. Favors why a"{'ormfrf this bird' is isolated In'a' Florida about 1840 and was secured ,-Plain or Self Rising- _
,,"Bachelor, 'Of Arts" were given out late in the evening limited',section of Florida and entirely Ita; 1906 by Gov. Francis P. Fleming, then''' 8-lb.Bag' 12-lb. Bag :24-lb. Bag
'Tom Brown-Anita Louise and all kinds of confetti"add- absent in all the territory between south president of ..the Florida Historical Society or
SU-pln ivtohltjfBATURDAY ed to the brightness of ,the occasion Florida and the West has been 'a very through} Judge E. J. Vann of 35c<<: 63c $1.23DIXIE

JAN dill vexing, problem; {to, many 'ornithologistsand Madison. "A splendid specimen of Span'
.
r1. ,.,241110 Grey's ........ naturalists., The burrows of these ish workmanship, it is believed to have
_ 'Home on the Range' COLDS strange birds often extend as far as eight. I' 'belonged to the once thriving Spanish CRYSTAL-Finest Granulated
FEVERfirst feet, underground. ,omission:' of Machalla in Madison county.
Randolph Scott Jackie Coogan ,
SUGAR 5 lb. Cloth Bag ,25c
6 66
Evelyn Brent dayHeadaches (16.00FOR BEST,SUGGESTION-In order to stimulate Interest in Florida historical landmarks, relics ,

Also DOG Chapter 9 "TilE WOLF characters and Incidents, a prize of $10 .is offered for the beat suggestion accompanied by a picture, sent ___ _
and Betty Boop Comedy ._ .. \
lm 80 !
.. In during April. All descriptions should be not more Wan, 129 words, and will become the property of GRANDMOTHER'S-.FRESH Plain or IJDce! .
SUN.-MON., JAN 6 and 7 LIQUID sALvre -TAMI.KTS'NUHOPB !) Southern Features, Inc., unless: accompanied: by return postage. .Address,Southern Features; Inc.. Jack-_ 14-Os 18-Oc... %'.0.. j)
.:"Ready, For Love" tonville. Fla. .
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_ BREAD 6c .Sc lOc
Richard Arlen-Ida Luplno 4'0' r'' .lt
: u Marjorie Rambeau A ,eI WE NOW HAVES' .- Woodmen Circle Notice W. M. S. Circre3T' ViJi t\.t\ Miscellaneous Shower __ i

.; I'r.'NEWS and AIAo COMEDY *. SPECKLED PERCH The 'reg lar meeting' of the I Meet Monday J: For Mrs. Prevatt, ANN PAGE-With Tomato Sauce

TUES.-WED., FRESII WATER TROUT, Starke Grove of Woodmen Circle The circles of the Woman's Missionary ''The home of 'Mrs. Ira Wilson PORK & BEANS 216 l lie'
JAN. 8 and 9
ALL KINDS OF SALT -oz.cans
"By Your Leave" Will be held at the Woodmen Hall I Society Wilt meet Monday was the scene of a miscellaneous f
.. WATER FISII.APALACIlICOIA afternoon at three o'clock. Circle shower last Monday afternoon given __, t :
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w *. Frank Morgan OYSTERS next Tuesday evening, at seven- No.. One, Mills ''Olive Ray leader, for Mrs. Edna Prevatt, who will MARYANN-high Quality, Unbolted_
1 Gmevleve Tohln AND SHRIMPAT thirty o'clock. will meet at the home( of Mrs.'W. be remembered here as Miss Edna f

THURS.-FBI., JAN. 10 and 11 All members) are urged to( be O. Halle, with Mrs. Halle and Miss McKlnney CORNMEAL\ 5jAs. 12c '
_ ,"Limehouse Blues" present and all those who have not Ray as hostesses. Circle No. Two, .Christmas berries and sweet ,
I p&id'their' monthly dues are ask- Mr.,A. F. Sauce leader, will meet peas were used in decorating the ._-
George Raft-Jean Parker Magnolia Fish Mkt. ed to sea the secretary, Mrs. Hut- at the,home,91. Mrs. L. D. Vlning Wilson home, where Mrs.. Prevatt SUNNYFIELD-QQUICf. COOIUNa< .
Anna. May Wong-Kent Taylor ''
..Ny THE! OLD RELIABLE. "., to, at once aa,the,rFPorts. must be Miss Simpson and Mr. Brant received many.. attractive gifts. OATMEAL ,21.4lb. pkga' 15c
,
Out-of-town FANCY
I sent In on.time guests were Miss SANTA "A-70-80 Size
I t n Married Thursday: Nona Brown of Plant City Miss PRUNES ,' 2 Lb.., ,ISc.
Lois and Miss Norma
Moody Byrd
Miss Mary Elizabeth Simpson, SUNNYFIELD .
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles of.Tampa. PANCAKE .
GROUND -' V. Simpson of Gainesville, 'was Mrs. 'Wilson and her mother, FLOUR ;1 ,,1-4 lbe pkg.- 8cIONATender .
cut'BEETS
Mrs C. M. McKInney, served cake -
married to Ishmael Winf ord Brant and to the" '
punch twenty-six No.
'COFFEE GREEN'S 2 Can lOc
; 2 Lbs:24c non ofMr, and Mrs: George Brant, guests.. FANCY
of Ocala; last Thursday evening at S
SPINACH lOc
3:30: o'clock, at the First Baptist Mrs. Kidd, Recent' Bride No..2 Can r;
'SUGAR .5 Lbs.23c PLEE-ZINdkOD STORE'TOMATO : Church:'of GainesvilleThe cere- Honored At Coffee OLYMPIA'BRAND-Sclectod Soaked '"
A ormod" the Rev
mony was perf by PEAS 2 No.. 2 Cans ( 15c,
C. E. Lubln, .of_ Jacksonville a Misses Lola Adklns. Lola Long
; _... a coueinrof( 'the bride, and the Rev. an*Marjorie Stump, gave a coffee NUTLEY OLEO Lb: '12c' ,
SpeClaISlfrlday.andSaturday" : ;* Dr. Thomas V. McCaul. pastor of Monday afternoon at four-thirty PALMOLIVE SOAP 4 Bars 19cSTALEY'S
SOUP Cans 13c the Gainesville. Church. Wedding o'clock at the home of :Miss Ad-
guests Included the Immediate klns, complimenting Mrs. Richard STARCH 2 Pkgs., 5c. '
families--and intimate friend of G.'Kidd, a recent bride. DEL MONTE-DELICIOUS ,SLICED
\ Telephone 86-We Deliver the bride ana bridegroom.:',*" most' afternoon '
SALT 3 Pkgs. lOc ;jA enjoyable was PINEAPPLE 19c
.-, Immediately after,'the wedding spent In conversation and the hostesses LargeNo,2/,
!=ceremony,Mr. ; HOUSE? on their honeymoon'keeping their bathmat, to Mrs. Kidd
PENNY #
., ; MAXLI4 destination' secret. On their"return A refreshment course of coffee, GELATIN DESSERT: or CHOCOLATE PUDDING ,' ;
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[MATCHES 2 Pkgs., 15c COFFEE-''i Can '30c; wbere and faculty they Mr.,will Brant member. reside is athletic of In the Cocoa Cocoa coach served macaroons Those the enjoying and guests.stuffed this lovely dates affair were SPARKLE Pkgs. 25c:


..... "I >Hlgh Scheol. were: _- _-___ __ .
'FRESH No. 2 Can BOILING 'Those<" attending J the wedding Mrs., Kidd, the honoree, Misses COLD STREAM-ALASKA'S FINEST PINK
from Starke were;'.li'lr, and Mrs. J. Evelyn Stump, Martha Powell, *:
W. Edwards and ugbter.. Miss Lillian Sternberg, Hope and Ka- SALMON TaU Cali' :100

;LIMA BEANS', lOc BACON Lhi': 121kCARNATION Elaine.and and,daughter Mr, and,Mm.Miss Roy Lucille.Edwards thryn Kitty Hogsed.Haynes Dorothy' Ritch and EIGHT, .- -'. ..*.'*.. .

e>--. O'CLOCK-Mild, Mellow, Pure Santoa ;. ; J,1
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:SALAD 1.2 pt. Pt. or PETOiEAHJ'.3Talca : Mrs.For'Miss Rickenbacker Wallace' Entertains' Birthday.. CelebrationAs COFFEE Per Pound: 19c.

: Miss Dorothy White was a
;DRESSING, lOc 15c ,18c.LBS.Y Mrs* :T. D,', Rickenbacker was 'New Year's gift to her parents.Mr. '
hostess to a number of the young 'and Mrs. Olin W,white. she celebrated GRAPE NUTS 'Pkgs. 33c
Y folks at her horn last Thursday her seventeenth birthday
6 12-L1JS. .24-LBS; : evening, when she entertained at anniversary by'giving .a party to MINUTE T A IOCA.
FLOUR HI-MIXO SELF-RISING a Christmas party ,honoring herguest sixteen of her friends on,Monday 2 Pkgs25c. ; : .
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'' lUsa,Dorothy Wallace "of evening. J> '
: 23c 43c. ,,83011 radenlq p,# .r,>. The living 'room' and 'dining CHOCOLATE Oaken '- Baking
< cake tae
K-lb.
caa'13o
Games *njoy.4 were, guesplagbox'arcrazy' room were gay I(with.holiday decorations L c Cabin tt'ca'umet Powder I-t-lb \'
PANCAKE DRIED. I( Christmas tree, a red and green being the SYRUP JJ oc. can 25o Pkg.. ::10e
:
, etcsvengerbunt and a theatre) parFRefrt I Color: motif while white narcissiin
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F : :f 1 'i | ,bowls and vases added a pleasIng -
FLOUR 20-oz. ..8c APPLES Pkg. lu its were, served by contrast to,the bright colors. A&P Fancy Tub or Print
Rickenbacker' assisted by Ut- The hostess, assisted by her sister BUTTER Pound 35c
' tie Betty Hayes. Favor. of candy ;; Miss Etholin White, receivedthe BONY .;

4 LARD ,4 Lbs. 48c CORN Per Bag $1.95 1 ; 3anta Clauses and Christmas...trees guests and was presented with < ,
were. given to each: guest ,? number of lovely and useful <<1tts. TOMATOES.3No.. 2 Cans 25c
,
Thoseprs at this enjoyable The ;time passed merrily with
,FANCY, SMOKED ,, ,>atl"'wen y_ games and a scavenger hunt,' In IONA-Plain or. Self-Rlalng _
Mica Wallace,the honored guest, which Woodf Hans was'awarded 6-lbsk. 12-lb..k. 24-lb.,slu<4ft-lb.;'.k:

\BEEF LIVER, Lb. 9c SAUSAGE(; ,,2 Lbs::, ; 25e Misses*' tau Martil Ernestine Hemingway Andrews;France number tilt\ prize of;articles.for finding the largest.. fLOUR '27c 49c '9O$17.7SCOCO () : '

S MarJorie McMillan, Elizabeth HolHBgnKwth. Sandwiches and hot chocolate '
LARGE +>+ and 8. R. ''JobD>>. Wll- were served In the dining ,room COMPOUND 1-Ib..Ctn.4.1b. .. .,....'.'Y'lj'. }
IFSmv.3Lbs. Ham Woolen and Raymond Plum the table being centered by an embossed ,SHORTENING -
I
: 25c WEINERS 2'' Lbs.I ,, 2'; seer worth of Lawtey.Lester, James Austin'Hollinga-James burned birthday the traditional; cake--on candles., which 13c" ;.4995

-- Hslre., .Leroy Strickland and. Each, guest ,was given, a dainty THE GRCAT,ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANYr.tGE : ,
Frank Hemingway' favor: -,' ..,q. ,. ._ ,., ..y,.
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'4, 19.111 BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAl'11. STARKF,:FLORIDA PAGE' FIVE
FRIDAY. -JtNUAltW _. .. .
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Mrs. A. Z. Adidas,, Mrs. E. ''L, 1>rra. W. A, Scott returned last TIIERESSA day morning' -
!NAT SEZ Li Biggs and Mrs. Jeanette Kincald week from'' DeLand where she 'visited
;, spent the ,week In J3aconton, Ga.. tllii Ilhmlii; r.rlBlrr. CorrrnpnniloatBuddie Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adk1a{; Of
her brnther-in-luw and sister, -
Jacksonville, war visiting'tbj }jit
where the were guests of Mrs. W.
Bits of Well Congress went Into session T. Jackson While there they at. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glatnau. She and J. B. RUBS of Brook... ter's parents, :Mr. and Mrs S" R,

yesterday to make it's resolutions tended the marriage of Miss Flora was accompanied home by her er were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C, A. ; Swindell, here Sunday afternoon
for the New Year,, and all we .can Belle Jackson and Mr. William nephew.Master Bobby Glalzau, Youngblood here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Jordadi,add
do Is stan by Slade, children are visiting in Georgiafor
Local Ne and hope they iMri. who. has been enjoying a several\ Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was shop a few'days

I don't' do. anything d. : Uyrtlcft Uawtnornu and dajrs.visit 1el'with Mr and' Mrs ping: in Starke Saturday. Mrs. Alice M. Jones has return' '

about our daughters; Miss Iva. Hawthorneand Sco\t.. Mr. and Mrs. Lew la Alford and ed to her home In Miami after a
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE'; BUSINESS AND eight hours of Mrs. Joe Rigdonof Lake City, ,-'. children of Sanderson were visit- week's visit with relatives here.

PROGRESS TilE COUNTY AND TOWNMiss sleep and our have: been, recent guests, of Mr. ing relatives here Saturday and She was accompanied home by her
B. M
'Rttv. and Mrs. Montgomery
three meals'day. 'a and Mrs.. A. F. SaU at their home Sunday. niece, Miss Mildred Phillips.Mr .
It's pret. + on Cherry Street. Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Davis, Mrs. R. M. lie riley and daughter .and Mrs. R. L. Batten and

ty safe to say Mrs. W, QI Halle; Mrs Titus Olson Nettle spent Saturday night children and Huttenlee Clarke
... 'M'r. and Mrs. J. W and with relatives In Jacksonville.We .
that everything Edwards Ira A.., F. Sauls Mrs A.Wood"htta' were attending church in Gainesville
Ethel licks, of Highland Miss Emily Sampson of Thornasville. else will come daughter, Miss Elaine, and Mr and : are sorry to report that Sunday.
: wasa, vialtor here Monday Ga... spent the week-end in in for its share Mt...-..Roy Edwards land daughter; ; : ;; A* W. Anderson, M;. Beatrice Alford la confined to her .. -- -. -A-' ,..-
Starke with Mr. and Mrs. O. C, of Congressional Miss ,Lucille, were in,.Gainesville and Mrs.i W, P. Smith were in home with measles. We hope she A "remote control" oil drain
;, last afternoon ,where Jacksonvilre-.+iday attending amoel1ng"of will be well soon. button I
Mr Ruby Mae Scheack, of Wal Register., pro and con. "Thursday i plug which has a control
they attended;'.the**Brant-Simpson, the 'Jacksonville District Lewis Alford of Sanderson held located conveniently under the
do, was a visitor her Monday. But after all, maybe the boys do,
Mrs. J. H. Moreland and daughter know a little more,: what it's 'all wedding 'Wblch took,place' ,at'the 'at the First Methodist services here at the Christian hood does away with the necessityof

ll/; 'MI'., and Mrs. R.. I!.. Jones of Miss Dorothy Hazen of Jacksonville about,than the .rest of us, so what First. Baptlst.,- bul'ch. Church. Church Saturday night and .Sun crawling under the car. .

.f, Tampa, were visitors here, Monday. were visitors here Friday right have we got to sit' on the t
afternoon. sidelines and make wisecracks? '- ,
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Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler, It's just human nature--that's
J. O. and all. A man who couldn't hit a MATCHES4LgeBxsv.15c
was a prominent visitor here Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lyea
Jean, spent soft baseball with a tennis racket
little daughter Shirley '
P the week-end with relatives in takes great delight in yelling directions .
at the top of his lungs to I Tip Top GrocerySpecials
Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith of City.
_________ someone who can.
Sampson, were visitor Here Mon.
*"" Oleeta and Ruby Ethel Green are All I know is that we're better
day, spending the week in Highlandwith off now than we were before Con BROOKFIELD
met the last time, and who
gress
Mrs. H.
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Mr. and Mrs. L.,H, Hill .of Law their grandmother knows but that all those bills they

.' teyiwere ternoon. visitors here Monday)af' C.Wlmberly.. passed had something- do withIt BUTTER Friday & Saturday Jan. 4-5

Mr.and Mrs. N. T, !f Green and ? -
In Highland P S. You'll love these Pound 35c ,
Mrs.'A.:U. Harley.-Jr.: and eon, children spent Sunday i
StunningWash I .
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Mrs H.
wit) Mrs.; Green's mother
visitor her
of .JLawtey) were '
fr N Monday, C. Wimberly. FrocksVery FULL NO. 1
Now -Slztw 16,,to 20 MIXED Tomatoes Sc
i 't r Mr.' and Mrs. J. C, Downlng.and( 'Col., D. E, Knight is again at his $1.95"Bell" PACK CAN

|litUe soil Harry. spent Sunday,In office after being confined to his CANDY" }
acksonville.t home for several days with a ,


. Kenneth Harrington, of Jackson. sprained ankle. Shirts for Boys Pound t. l lOc {

;':,(Y', VUle, spent the, ',week-end with Florence Mr, and Varnadorev'Mrs. J. ;M L.Mott A. Brown Mrs. Font Colors fend correctly sized SUGAR_ 1.0 Lbse 45c OCT. SOAP,1O f for. 25c

Tt, ,rlends in Starke. 79c
Resale Colson of Brooker were
X11 I) and
"? QT. JAR
('; '1:. Miss Ella Mae Strickland of visitors here Friday. Ladles have you tried our
'. SUPER SUDS 3 f for 25c RICE I 5 Lbs..22c
e' ,
':;'l.,a'' Thursday'Lake Butler afternoon., was a visitor here. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Addison and MUNSINGWEARBloomers ,MUSTARDlOc .

'>t son Lowell, of Lake Butler, were and Shorts
)|: ; : : :- left In Starke Sunday visiting Mr. and Small-Medium and Large
) o-1r\ MI' and Mrs. L. A Reynolds
'
.' '*;)Sunday' for a several days Visit ,Mrs.- W L,, Andrews: ,69c LARD 2 Lbs., .25c PALMOLIVE SOAP. 5c
'I vlthirelaUves Boston Ga. 4M :
'1: ? NEWSYRUP
: Miss Gertrude Tevls returnedto For Particular MenMunsingwear a

:'. AiiE. Wall, Jr., left Wednesday her home In''Lake City Saturday Sox
,,! Sfor; Athens Ga,,- when he is ay after spending the week with 10
Mr., and Mrs. Ji O.' Lyniu.Mr. Pure Silk
'" Student. at the State'Vwvenlty.' ,-_ H.- 3 Prs for $1 Gallon 55c POTATOES' 8c

>'r.Jl'' :SA.-'B.\ Surrency and Mr. and Mrs and Mrs.'- Young and They! Last Longer,
and Mr. and Mrs. E.
son, Theodore LOS.
,
of Brooker were
'., J* J.; Surrency.
;\ store her Saturday afternoon M. Davis and ,daughter Jean, WAIT FOR OUR BIO JANUARY APPLES
\ : spent New Year's Day 'Jasper SALE STARTING JANUARY

I'Mrs. .- Turner'and children with Mn and Mrs. W M.,Morrow. 11TH. IT WILL PAY,YOU.
Jl; a R V. Dozen' 20c
.
//A;:,:' Jacksonville are guests! of her of Jack --- Snap'' Beans No. 2 lOe PRUNES 3 Lbse .l25c
rents, Mr and Mrs. F B. Johns. Msia Martha Brownlee. STERNBERG'SStarke. can .
r, I sonville, spent the first, o; the '

1 t |Mr.: and Mrs. J., H. Day, of Gear : week here with her parents;,Mr. ONIONS
t. Florida
M./ Key spent Christmas Day In, and Mrs." J. M. Brownlee.;' Pork & Beans Cane 5c SALMON 2 Cans 25c
't ,4 Lbs. : 15c
ante With, ,Mr. and Mrs.- F. B. ; > __ .
as. I I Mr. and' Mrs. Rawson J. Davljand Billy Graham left Tuesday for

. I daughters; Ida Lula'and.Mar. Raleigh N. C., after spending the
Mrs and Mrs. Ernest I Smith and Jorle, spent, the holidays In Daytona -, holidays here with his. grand pars CELERY ,.1 1 lOc
r Mackerel Can 5e SALT 3 for 'S1 Oe
t .,.." .irs.:. 'O. P.,Hutto, of Orangeburg' Beach, with relatives.. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Alvares. e II
c;;. Mr. E. Smith and -\woN -
'
li 1 !daugttterVana Mrs. Laura O. Crch-1 Mrs W. H. NOl D1 a .ilwtto talent, Mra.: O. J. Griffin of St. Au .
the holidays here with her mother, LETTUCE lOc 6 LBS. 12 LBS.: 24 LBS
Plain '
Self-Rising
the
;;;shaw; of JacksonvUJf\\,'Were holiday gyatlneis spending week here or .
Mrs. S. F. Hamrick returned Sunday e
at the home of her son-in-law add
pats U S. Hut-
and :Mrs
i' of Mr.
,to her:. home in Sebrlng; daughter, Dr.and Mrs.-E. L.'
{S' to and family.", ., Biggs. SWIFTS Hockless "
An Interesting meeting: the FLOUR 25c 45c 87c"
1 Temperance Committee is anticipated Mrs W;; H. GJ'lrrin. of Hampton, PICNICHAMS.
RENT A has been spending several days ,
WORDY this week on Friday 3:30: p.
her with her brother and'slster-
W. Smith.
m. with Mrs. P. .17c' ;
S& ;, in-law. Mr. and Mrs. S. R..Johns ; .

''COLUMN Miss ZuVeda Fleming of Memphis -- DEL MONTE SPECIALS
:Mr. and Mra: H. L. Brownleeand
last
Tennessee was a guest
1 AN-' WANTED for Rawleigh daughters, Miss and
,, Mary
week of Mrs.. Hulda CorpenIng, at
'' V Route .of ,800 families. Good U
Madge spent the week-end in De- ;
,
"Srofits We train and her home on Walnut Street. tart FIND'
'f; f. for hustler. Land with Col. and Mrs. J. E. OUT SUGGESTIONS
':Help you. Write today. Rawleigh Futch. .
"M; Co., Dept. FAA-223-SA2, Memphis, Miss Myrtle Mae. Surrency of : t t -
41! nn.,1'; l-& 3tpl-18 Tampa was here the first of the Mrs.8. McMillan, Charles

I [CALLING CARDS, any size. Mr week and visiting Mrs. P.her M uncle, Barefoot.'and aunt, Glenn Henry McMillan McMillan and of Lake Mr. and Mrs. t I DelMonte MIDGET.PEAS No. 2 Can 20c, : '

.00 for 60; $1.50 for 100., llonommed are of relatives here Wales :: II II '. .
guests for "
stationery, ICO sheets 'Mrs. Ethel Brandon of High 'a'
several
d, 100 envelopes, $2.75. Bradford Springs, ,spent New Years here ,days. tjf' -. ". '

unty Telegraph. Phone 29. ,tf. with Mr. and Mrs. O.tC,. Register Mr., and Mrs.- C F. and a
Boyer.
"yl ST'-One small, dark red, cow. at ,their home on Cherry Street. son, of Jacksonville, were here -= DelMonte Country Gentlemen CORN No. 2 can.. 16c M : V Vo

eked crop two splits iii one during.the week-end visiting Mrs.
r, smooth crop in other ear. No. Mr. and 'Mrs. W.;T. Brlnson, of Beyer's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. '
:Mrs. Rosa Griff,:Care J. E. Valdoeta.. Ga.,, spent Christmas C. ,Manning; '
ff ffa
Uvu.'Starke: Fla. It* here with'Mrs. Brlnson's grandparents DelMonte GARDEN SPINACH No. 2/7 can 15cDelMonte

Mr:, and.Mrs. F,. B. Johns. :Mr.., and Mrs. R. C. Buckley, of s. .
,. FFIc SUPPLIES: Typewnt- Washington, D. C., spent the hol
bon', paper. typewriter' paper, and son, Misli Vera Claire and J. H Courtmanch and Miss Anita BARTLEHARS No. 2 Can 15c
ing machine paper second Lester Price, of Apopka, were here Courtmanch M .
ets *on sale at the Bradford during,the week-end visiting Mrs. .

UDty 'Telegraph .office phone Robinson' brother and Rlst*r-lrr- ,Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlereend'

tf. law Mr. and :Mrs. James Lewis. guests son of, her Pltner parents.who Mr have and been'Mrs 4 cu: DelMonte ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, tall can ",. 17c'

O. W. Alderman left the first of ,

the week for Burns, Miss.-,! DelMonte) PINEAPPLE sliced No. 2 can 20c

.
L. A. Reynolds, of Richmond, ... R

VI rvnashlletaoi etaol etaolnetao .
Virginia has been spending,, the ", ,
holidays here with Mrs..Reynolds, DelMonte PINEAPPLE;' Crushed No. 21/ can .21c

at the home of her mother Mrs. E. (: ,,1
:
F. Johns. U


Mr. and Mrs,'O. L. Beasley! had cnt DeJMonteAPRICOTSTallCan : *

P As au u2ra.fy 'illy kaJP..4J..1'uaY, as their-guests New Years, MrsBeaaiey'a 0 He\l ,
brnther-in-L1vr and i i slater ; \ .j
"
.1NrtiK, .na.eal ''f' m a.ea.L.hPtj Mr. and Mr. C. C.'Hoppe and

Mr"and Mrs. H.,Mason Smith, of ,W DelMonte FRUITS for.SALAD Tall Can ,200
< .
.
i"t Tampa They were accompanied : : fi
,
to Starke by. Mrs. Jeanette .
.. said, a member of the B. H.. B. "
o } t faculty, who had spent the Christmas DeM011U&I4e'FreSbNo.2'/'can! .11c
!
c
holidays In Tampa,*with her Z .
... .
parents Mr. and M. 'A..C. Dur :


den.Ir THR. fmiTVSU'' UTATH- IM". n'Jj J1IntePEACllESJgeIiaIvesNo.'Can.; ] 19c' I

'6ee.ar: ga' 1C.:4-. l. ..l.J' Filler THICT OD rorRT.FLOIIIl14.ftOf'THRHW' i'* .ANKHI'PTCT. n..-- < = : : :( 1 i

+. a. Mettles w4 a.s&_.. CASK NO. 4525.: ,
,
IN KK, :: JCRLK LBSLIB JUUOS, '
't
..... ":t, .1 DelMonte TomatoSauce "
otnt.rti florid. In th.'countVof :r
arndrnrd. .... tl 4'9'J; ,. '
Z' 'P.r
. NOTICK fa hrby rlvnn that. the Can .. -- - 7/ZC} ,
above n' m Kl bankrupt who wa mdjudlratoit lit
: I An 8 pc 'c tiled application for dinrharc from DelMonte Peaches Buff can ICc r i tJ
.. _
.
alt d." provable ..In.' acid. :
bankrupt' by except law. from ueh such' aa dlanhars1 are age.pl.d I .AAA2kt I onft DelMonte Pears Buff can lOc ; t' !' (
and that a h arln* will f>. had !>.>- Mou
for lh. und r.) nod ra on ....... in DelMonte SOLID PACK 1
: :
Pohrnarjr II. IIS ju :k A. ; 30 ;
M. at bin CKtlf, ace Oriham
BulM- C ,
fJarkvortTllla.' Florida, and all : TOMATOES No. 2can, ISc j..
creditor'* and other naraona 'In Intar- ] 'rl :1
car are .. ., aotlrlvd, to than and ...... Garden" LAsparagus : '
thr. .* .how fitamm iff anr th..T "...... COFFEE DelMonte Early .
why the prayar at i aald) petitioneriuM
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not b. grantedh4TbillarkaonvtlleFlorida. -- ) No. 2 1 U23
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i'' SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STABKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, .J JANUARY 4. 193*
-- --
,
ti "RAH RAil" IS PASSING SLAP WORTH $500

Hints To Housewives: I MlAMI-Some of the "rah rah" TALLAHASSEE supreme
,'' of the American college is passing. court held that $1,250 was excessive ,
I -1 A new trend toward the soberer damages to award in a suit 1'8- I
(Weekly from Home Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWS'News aspects of college life was Indicated aultlpgr, from |lst! blows In the '

FARMERS SECTION Specialists, TallahasseeCRYSTALIZED '"" ]. here, when the seventy-eighth face which caused no permanent
annual convention of the Theta Chi injury. It said the proper, Judgment I,

Conducted by Demonstration Agents CITRUS of FI..d.1n. Short ParagraphsBANDfrs fraternity adopted a resolution should be $500 in the case k
There are methods for crystallizing I abolishing "hell week", as part of which came from Duval County as
i citrus fruits that will preservethe V pledging service. "So-called haz- an appeal by the Sears, Roebuck ::

, product for a long time, but .. ing and barbaric pledge servicesare and Company. The company was ...J| ...:,
a Iii '4 "IIt.'QiI ld.: I -.: --. when It is for Immediate consumption ... fIII7 .. -- -- hang-overs from a primitiveage sued by John A. Robinson, an em- :r

PEANUT ADJUSTMENT quick methods may success- GET $500' CITY SELLS LIQUOR ," Frederick W. Ladue New! ployee, for face'Juries,"which he

iit RURAL PROGRAM IS OFFEREDTO fully be, used.-t, ,,. MIAMI _'Tbree bandits took 'DAYTONA;:BEACH-The Cityof York elected national presidentsaid. claimed G. C. Phillips another employee II
t of the caused
FLORIDA GROWERS Grapefruit Peel $500 in cash- rom two city Ice and Daytona Beach began the sale company, by I I'
COMMON SENSE Select fruit with a thick striking him in the face with his "+
' bright fuel company: collectors here after of. liquor in two or more package
GAINESVILLE-Peanut' grow- peel ant wash It carefully. Break standing off,eight employees witha stores this week, Mayor. Edward CITRUS SHIPMENT OFF fist, i t
I By SPUDS JOHNSON ers of Florida who harvest the the oil cells by grating the peel shotgun and* automatic pistols. E. Armstrong announced. The mu- TAMPA-Florida citrus sales .

t nuts for shelling or oil are being lightly. Remove the peel, cut in nicipal stores,'he said, will sell In dropped more'than fifty per cent MIAMI OFFICIALS SCORED I'"'
.P FLORIDA COLD LOSSES offered production adjustment contracts narrow slices or shapes, and weigh. IMPROVE.WATERFRONT. any quantity, sand will have the last week as compared to the week MIAMI-Told that this fashion- ,
LIGHTEST ON GROWERS for 1935 by the Agricultural Then cover in water',and boll for FORT, protection of.an,ordinance passed before on' the-ten auction "markets able Winter resort section had become
PIERCE-Local
Sjt PRODUCING OWN FOODS Adjustment Administration, It is ten minutes. Pour the water off, county, last week imposing a license of $2.- in the Eastern half of the a "stronghold of murderous 'i't
and
City] civic Interests are"workI -
announced by A. P. Spencer vice- and repeat three times; or. until im- 000) a year on all private establish- country, according to weekly review alien gangster. and organized
I lug on a plan looking toward
k' State Agricultural as much of the bitter flavor i* re- ments issued the Florida "
Calamities In the rural regions director of the selling liquor. today by crime, through lax law enforce- ;
of the
provement riverfront by
nearly always bear down most on Extension Service. The contracts moved 'as desired. Dry' the peel' !construction of seawall Citrus Exchange recently. The average ment, city officials received a
a yacht
'lT the farmer. with small holdings.Reserve offer benefit 'payments on 1934 between folds of ctotb. basin and pier. TAMPA SEES TERRORISM box price; for oranges advanced blunt ultimatum to either upholdthe
resources they seldom production, and Mr. Spencer estimates For each pound of peel add 1 1-2 ; TAMPA-This city got a taste twelve cents; grapefruit law or quit. Declaring that
% have In any great amounts. Losses that about 4.000 growers pounds of sugar to six ounces of of big-city terrorism when three declined a penny and tangerines, crime conditions here are a detriment
of income or in home living supplies will sign them. water. Dissolve the sugar, add the CLEMENCY DENIED* carloads of night raiders Intent on with light sales, gaincl forty-six to the public, the Greater 1
consequently bring serious Under the provisions of the con- prepared peel and cook until the TALLAHASSEE:-The supreme halting the scheduled opening of a cents in price for the four-fifths Miami Board of Trade decried "open -
//II
hardship. When cash crops are tract, the producer in 1935 can syrup Is absorbed. If the peel is court has again placed the electric walkathon contest, swept down on bushel box. and contemptuous defiance of k J:
3 destroyed, wholly or In part, usu- plant ninety per cent of Ills acre- cooked in the sugar too long it will chair before Martin F. Jarvis, of the tent, set it ablaze, fired mort enforceable laws," and said it had 4 t
ally a period of deprivation and age of 1933 or 1934, or an average be hara and unattractive. A good Sarasota as' eaffirmed his con- than a score of shots at the show's COMFORT FOR INSANECHATTAHOOCHEECol. "finally culminated in a,reign of
kt even suffering follows close behind. of the acreage for both years, as test: is to roll a piece that has viction for the" *' murder,,of Lacy attendants and vanished, leaving a Pres- terror and cold blooded murder", '

Freezes recently visited Florida he chooses. cooked transparent In granulated Belle.Dyal. ;:" scene of destruction in their,wake. ton Ayers is using Army organization ---.-i
hard the If after few minutes it
t were particularly on pro- sugar. a '
out the '
Producers who carry plans and methods to bring So closely related are the two
ducers of fruits and vegetables Htifens enough to retain various ROAP 28 PROJECTFederal '
terms of the contract will receivea TREASURER CANDIDATESBUSHNELL
greater ease and comfort to the languages that natives of New
who operate on a small scale. shapes it In sufficiently cooked. ,money amounting to
benefit payment of $8 per ton, -Samuel W, Get- 4,100 patients at the overcrowded Zealand find it possible to talk
Stress has been laid on this fact When this point is reached remove $33,000 has beetallocated, for the
or four-tenths cent a pound, on zen, of Bushnell, member of the Florida State Hospital for the In- with the natives of Hawaii on I
construction Road 28
by individuals owning large acre- the peel, and roll it in sugar. project on
1933.
their harvested production in lower house from Sumter, here. Is the first lay- .
Countyand sane Ayers meeting
t in discussing the extent of extending 1,121'mlles. No cost es- j
; ages Peanuts which have been hogged To make a product that will stay
former state senator is considered man to be named superintendent of ,
the damage done. In numerous timates were made for the maintenance
i down do not count, It Is explainedby soft much longer follow the above a tentative candidate for State the hospital in many years. Many Horton Smith, Oak Park, III.,
cases, relief had to be given by official clear work which calls for various
Mr. Spencer. method, and add 1-4 pint or materials. Treasurer in 1936.' Cyril Baldwin, physicians of the State objected to professional golfer, claims that C
agencies.Growers In addition, producers who divert corn syrup along with the sugar. tax assessor of Highlands CountyIs his appointment by the Board of the farther he drives from the tee
of citrus and truck sub- not to exceed 20 per cent of This method will require slower t'
also expected to announce his Commissioners of State Institutions the higher his score.
? ject to frost Injury who also had 1934 Into peanut oil or cooking and the crystallizationpoint TO RESUME HEARING
their ,
crop .
candidacy for the office now held on the ground that a medicalman '...
T Florida
plantings of less tender products harvested livestock feed will receive Is harder to reach..: Railroad TALLAHASSEE Commislson will by State Treasurer-W. V. Knott. and not a", soldier, should It has been estimated that more 1
r for the use of their families came resume
,additional payments of $20 Kumquat Chips Lem B. Hughes, of Jasper is being manage the 8,000 acre plant devot- babies are born ,betwen the hours t
its B
v ordersto
hearing February on
through in better shape, on the per> ton on'Virginia stock, $15 on Clean 1 pound of kumquats, mentioned as.a third candidate for ed to the care of the State's men- of 2 and 5 a. m. than in any core {
h'd other hand, then even the owners Spanish, and $10 on runner pea telephone companies operating
with 1 tablespoonful of the deficient. i
sprinkle post. tally responding period of the day !
in State to show
this cause why
extensive and depending
'rv of groves farms nuts so diverted. These payments soda, and cover with boiling water, ,
i' entirely on the returns will be made when It has been de- Let L stand for ten minutes, pour their rates should 'not be reduced..

,}'i ;from; ,cash crops. termined' that the 1935 contracthas the: water off, and rinse through .
jii In Instances where the hardier been complied with. Such diversion three; changes of water: Cut the MOVE FOR SAFETY .

types of output, for "living-at- is not required by the con- fruit into quarters, and drop Into a TALLAHASSEE Elimination 'tttdi
p;: home,," were backed up with cows, tract, being entirely optional with Dolling sugar solution, prepared by of thirty highway-railway grade -t JIu ial
l hogs, poultry and like factors, the the signer. The payments for di- dissolving 1 cupful of sugar In 2 crossings in,Florida at a cost of
\ ,farmers having but a few acres in version are In addition to the price 'cupfuls of water. Boll for 30 $3,690,000 .recommended to the
cultivation really found themselves received for peanuts thus marketed. II minutes, and then drop in a heavy federal bureau of public roads by
'
.I'' .in distress only to a minor de syrup, made by dissolving 1 cupful the state road department. *
3 gree. Provision has been made for diversion of sugar in 1 cupful of water. -.- ..,
FLORIDLEADING IIn
will be with them payments to manufacturers to stand '-
'\ Money scarce Boil for 30 minutes, allow GasolineCROWN
..' (for a while but their folks need of peanut oil for 1934 crop and the next day boil for 30 min- MIAMI-Preston Delano gen- -
J, ;pot 'go hungry, and they wlll be peanuts used exclusively in the utes in the same solution. Place eral manager of the Federal Home t
,J :able to get ron while waiting manufacture of oil, the rate to be the fruit on a platter to dry. Thenit Owners Loan Corporation, came !
iC.I(for the maturity of rtplantlnga such that prices for farmers' stock may be rolled in sugar. here last week from Washingtonfor :
)
a brief Florida vacation. He ,
will be not less than $ao per ton I
Imade, after th? CDlJ:> weather had Lemon and Orange Peel .
belief Florida in ,
was
for runners, $a6 for Virginia and expressed ,.A t
passed
,i,1\??\ l 139 for Spanish. Rough lemon and sour orange the forefront of, national business (
qll"!\ Live-iat-hoi.io" practices, earnestly Details of the program and peel map be crystallized by about revival. '
)bp j urged by the Agricultural blank contracts are in the handsof 'the same method as grapefruit. y

.t 'Extension Service and related county agents, and the pro- i Two change! of water should remove SNAKE BITE FATAL
,! 'state farm agencies, thus again the bitterness from orange 49 .
;;r gram will be presented to grow- I QUINCY-r Horace Sponer, ',
'" have have had their wisdom prov- ers during the first few days of peel, ,and the oily part of lemon died at his home in this city. Death
JJ;, ':ed by conditions beyond the control January, : rinds may be grated off to makea was caused by a rattlesnake! bite .

it. of man. Demonstrations and 4 more tender product. Oranges he received while hunting near Ha- 1 u'....'... ,",
:discoveries that these Institutions may also be cut in slices, cookedIn vana Saturday, afternoon. Corry t
"
n 1 i have been responsible for in fact a heavy syrup, 2 cupful sugarto Lester of Havana-, who was Spoon- .
q primarily to benefit the farmers allow to drain, and roll' in sugars to Quincy for medical aid. He

.\\<< i and growers, died ten hours,later. H

';' Federal crop adjustment programs AUBREY FRINK .
;; also have had primarily In "Where was the defendant GAS SALES JUMP b

t"" View the needs of the little man in when, he assaulted you?" Henry TALLAHASSEE-Florida's gas- "p
f fi the nation's agriculture1.r For some time we have been I Martin was asked In court in Chi- oline sales jumped to 20,500,343 ,
:rc of fish in i gallons for November as comparedto
hearing reports dying cago. "About fifty yards away, .
i-f FLORIDA FARM COMEr New River, and Monday afternoonthe was the answer.' I 18,745,242 October, the comp- ; ;' l
18 MILLION DOLLARS troller's office,reported today. Col-
writer, had occasion to call on 'J)
J;, .J ', MORE THAN LAST YEAR Mr. Merritt who live just this In note addressed to his'father lections, from"the seven cents a "
'I', side of the new concrete bridge 19-year-old Curtis Warren, gallon\ tv: tc :ned $$1,435,374: "i

ORLANDO-An Increase Of over across New River. Mr. Merritt In- of Danville, Va., specified his own I Gasoline s&leII"for, November of FOR YOUR MOTOR I
u., sixteen million dollar la. the estimated sisted thatwe walk down to the funeral arrangements then ended last year amounted. to 18,027,222

'kk ,value of ., .the. principal! river_and .*e" for ourselves _the bis t life with poison gallons. '
,crops ot!! Florida 1934 Is shown' dead fish.: We"saw several, and! <> -- .

M { over the valuation for 1933, in a.recent Mr. Merritt told us that a few A fire engine was the bridal car KILLED CHANGING TIRE :; i

\$ ,report: here! by H..A. Marks, days before he had seen many that carried James Tierney and MIAMI-Stopping on a cause- Out-Starts Vaporizes at lowest temperaturequick
}9q; agricultural statistician with the more. He' also advised ua that his bride from their wedding way here to change a tire for Bernice ..' i

i.U" S. 'Department of Agriculture. another party .who lives on New the, station n Desplalnes, 111. l,Feamanof Miami Beach, -mini' 'ti i i
warm-up
John A. Dressier\ chauffeur for ..;
i;; .These crops Including fruits, vegetables Rivet hadwatered his oxen in the I ,
Wr staple crops;and nuts, are river and it made them very sick there will ,,bas ripe/berries before Charles Lerner of North Hampton mum choking.Highest :,: { ,I ,'"\ '
.
.
;c' valued at, ,,$87,474,000 compared so much so in fact that he was unable ,much longer. Beach, L. I., ,was struck and kill- ,
;. 'with $70,618,000 In 1983 and $62- to work for for aw week'He ,- ed by a passing automobile... Police +l t
Jl' 494.000 in'1932. Beautlficatton Jailed a man, docked as Jack demons 1 f'
; told us that hogs had been dying The Starke 1 project ratint"1
(I; "I r from drinking river water. This is now under' way, and we as driver of the machine" Out-Climbs I i .. anti.knock' ; :
f The Florida Orange Festival at reems to us to be a matter for hope to make a more ,attractive pending an inquest.' .
:{I 'Winter Haven,. January 22-26, the State Live Stock and Sanitary town In the near future. u_* REPORTS ever offered/for land 'service'no J,t.

)' '1935, Is plarnlng an exceptionally Board, a* well as the Game Commissioner COMPTROLLER .(..,
@@k Interesting and educational display to look into, No one Orange and other trees and TALLAHASSEE-The anual re- ,'\iJo.' fA... Q'.J..,P\:1 ... ,'" carbon knocks.
:
t, of the fruits of Florida's foremost seem to know definitely what the plants which were damaged by the port of Comptroller J. M. Lee l %\ t f
,.- agricultural Industry. It is matter I la, ,but it look like some December cold should be cut backto shows receipts of all state funds
.' understood that the December cold poison 'might have been dumpedInto live wood and banked up to under his supervision totalled $35,- ) +'
j', will in no way interfere with the the river,'which .would be a prevent further injury. All grass 765,662.88 In the fiscal year disbursements which Out-Powers; Complete1' vaporization pro" [ t
ended last June 30, with ;.j
exhibit, violation of law.Strawberries and weeds should be cleaned away
.... from tender trees and plants, for totaling $35,298,114.77. Re- k duces all! power-no dragging. : J 1
!l ; SUage rapidly is proving to be are blooming; quite cold damage is always more'severe -' ceplts In the previous fiscal year ,". },, ..
I;*, ;the salvation of dairy farming in freely now, but still need more' when straw or 'trash la left from aU sources were $30,320- -less.crank-case dilution; .: ;>;. !:: ,

lY' //Florida.. ex3 rain If cold will hold off now around them. 36768$32,398.509.67.'disbursements, were .. ,' 1o


d"t FARM ADJUSTMENT COMMISSION .uJ.IS.DENIEDJACKSONVILLEJobn J.-Meta- ut-C 185,5_s !. Has the highest specifications?:::;>:; ,I: ; ;'


denhall.. ex-convict and one time .everapplied torplo1hi *-> :;:
influential boding contractor and : ,;. ,

citrus;fruit grower, must wait in :
Jail until his*.trial. January T, for,I : :i
murder growing out of the slaying OutAheadOutstanding: Virtually gum-free=;; no.gummy -.: .'4 :, ''

of two elderly Jacksonville women. .t )"JI! ,1// ," '"
Circuit Judge George Couper Uibba or" sticking,valves to. cause.,:; ; ::. :!:

today rescinded a 'previous order v'r
I' allowing ball;to the accused the loss of power. ', ,;
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sum of $100,000.. ,
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MAGNOLIA BROOK3VILLE LEAVES. beautiful SOLD .... Positively a NEW' fuel;-unlike ) ': I"

trees .of Florida have
magnolia
and ,' .' .
amazingly superior to"any
provided a new Indust-y: In this -
section. The. leaves are gatheredfor
commercial purposes.. ,The Dr, gasoline heretofore sold ., ," ,.:,1:
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j ;, H.. Dux Company,,manufacturing : :
are chemists of Jacksonville,' baa a ,,1
A 5 I Ia. crew of twenty men picking the '" "
leaves, with,,a weekly payroll of Judge It' only when unmixed with other'fuel '.y
Leaves of magnolia are '
$700. :/!
s gathered and shipped to the face No Increase In'pria-sells. for only 2c a gallon more than Crown QasoHno,' ,",

tory where they are chemically i ,"

l yrrhxa. .. .... .. preserveJ to retain their natural
eJ..." r-- -- -' "_.;;'..;' .;.;;; ;;.;..._, =--,=., .. '-'SJ beauty. They are then shipped to

''tt$ Governor Sholts. front center), statewide program of relief, for ers to continue self-supporting on florists and decorators who use
r .with members of the recently or- debt-burdened farmers. their own land.,,_ them in making wreaths and many] '
"., Yi'a :'ganlsed Farm Debt Adjustment Similar commission, set up in The commission or the ounty: other purposes- Hollywood uses a STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED ,
\\i4 +1 Commission,of Florida and official other states at the request of President committees will receive applications large quantity for studio decora- :
; j '. \* interested In' .the'operation. Roosevelt to cooperate with for their services from either tion.' The removal of the leavea in
"" ;te::1,of this Commission. the"Farm- Credit 'Administration, debtors rr creditors, as long as the no way Injures the trees.. 'Owners 'J y

I 1 1<', Operating,,through kcal com- have already assisted farmers In indebtedness Is of 'a nature of magnolia may, reallae a profit 'I IN KENTUCKYrAGE .
{ ")tee in each of the sixty-seven refinancing millions of dollars of threatening forecloure on,agricultural i year after year on the sale of the ,Gi
,I lee, it, is, now engaged In: a. indebtJdnessthus aiding the farm- property I leaves.

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n ,ti JANUARY 4. 1983 ItB&DroJU) CODNTT'I'ELEGRAIHI: STAREr,1ltLORIDA:
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'+? CHUKCII DIRECTORY: IN (".RT.T COtnT. BRADFORD iv nnrt'IT cot.HT. BRADFORD
I COUNTY KLOHIUA IH4N4.HHV. <'01/NTV ri,OHIDA. (MANCUHIT.
$ nt Baptist Church Economic :M. A. SMITH an Liquidator, for M. A, "'HMITH a* Liquidator for


f School-10:00 a. m.Jny (Industrial News lion v* Ilulntlfr, r... STov lee YII, TAVt.on'iT<< No.! 5T?' ,

Worshlp.-11-OO a. In. IT. 11. MItOWN, a bachelor J>..rnd- W..U.Tren fendant. K.. AL D.

"1 1r,4 i P. U.-6:15/ p. m. .........1... That AIf..., <.. Take ant. notice. that the undersigned. l Mpedal Take notUi Master* ,that by the the final undersigned. ij
king Worship--TSO p.m. Pall. Divide! Vbvrhji Sparlal Master, by the final decree In the above dcr
8ervlc7:30 In the al>ov* ..n'"I..1 rti*... appoint entitled CHUM appoint.
eek : 1111. f Iadl M .
Prayer > Every Kt, will.. pursuant to Bald' decree '
,
.
A, will, Dormant to esld decree, and
tloaal ... latormatlvaal. Pr. and .
the
I during
r legal hours of ale
...*..... .* From Local during tti. legal hour of sate on the b
} on Monday 7th ility of January '
u'' rare Invited to all our servVI Monday the 7U> day of January, A A. I>. IU.1R, cell to the ;
,
n 19.15, KM I to the hl hid and bt Moutht
t,1 promisee bidder for rash, at the Mouth door bunt bidder fur each at the
What to be of th. County Courthouse at Stark' door of the County Courthouse at

i I;r Methoom Church "show" of 1033 will start llrndford deecribed County Florida, tt .following 1t.rk.loJl"a""or", crlbd County premlaea Florida, to. ,
io-wlti
: premiere,
''j i .! ['B, M. Montgomery Pastor January. Officially wit: 1
Klnnlnsr" at the NW error of the The "SRM' : of the SBV4' \' "f !!eo. U.
"Y y School-10 a. m. Congress of the United NW, of the, UWjn of the SWfc, ef Ban, Twp a 8 It: ta 1Ca.t containing 40
iDll Worship-11 a. to.ortb there is an excellent i 8, llunnlna3o: \ foot Went. 67 rut eerie, more or I**., together with its
Mouth' 110 f..t Knit and 827 fo..
t tenement, appurtenance, and heredltamenta. -
League- ::45 p. m. for drama excitement and North to point of bvirlnnlnc and h*. .
_' Worship, --7:30: p. m. It will outdo Belasco. Inir In the I>IWO(. of the BWVi! of Hon 1ST! K.O.IOHT PERRTMAN
8. 7 H. R.; to East.
Twp Ale loOt ,
serial et
Muster.
to all these
1 are invited aervi Business Is frankly M Ft lot'k 19! according to map and, KNIOHI
't. mtm. tivinic In Attorney for Plaintiff r
Heal R Twp. Htf.
looks to
Congressional 7. 10 Rant tooth- 11-tl-at-1.4.
|Preabyterlan Church fear and trembling. And it .r with It. tenen..nt.,appurt.nanc.*
t1' and h.r 4ftanu>ntii.H. .
Gorge H. Lowry :Minister certain that the White K. PKRRYStAN.. nuci'ir "oC'RT. hH"npoRnrOTNTY +
a. m.-Sabbath School. ticipates the session with blunter "',ORln".I" ''ioiioitv. q S'
thing less than unmixed KNK1HT & KNTC11TT IIJ'nr A dl iII'nf; Liquidator I for y
o A. M.-Morning Worship; Attorneys. for Plaintiff/ Bank:, a corpora.Lion -
1+,, by the pastor. The Congress is IS-2t-3t-I.. Plaintiff .
Y.
No. IDS
> p. m.--Junior Christian En Democratic. It is-If It r: OAtNraY KT AUCl e".. speeches mean anything Take notice, that the undersigned t
rtTi'rior van ",::01.'" IIpett'! 'tat I Munter. by the final decree '
mitted and soul to the
p. m.-Evening Worship. heart UIIIC''IU'1In In the above entitled reuse. appointed -
i velt policies. But it Court of Brnd. will, pursuant to said decree and
tains a number of men who ford County. r.tu:1.F: during the legal home. of aal, on
r. > K'O..f Monday the of January' A.
n
not been for the potent J. 14. UHunitiV I !KoceuHodNntlc r>. ISIS .I lt to httl. .. and bent
_!lOB JONES support would never have In hereby nlvon that MRhodrn bidder, for cacti at th. South doopnf j
has mod his final report the County Court hnunn at Btark.
chance of election to a a. admlnlHirator the o.tal. of J, Hradford County Florida. the tot_
mment On Here office who know little of K. IthniltMi. d..c"nNi di; that h.i has lowing described prmlie to-wlf
I. flied his petition for final discharge,
: And Hereafter ics less of industrial and that, on the 11th day of January Town of tlrooker:' Florida a.11 permap
I: nothing of monetary affairs. in(10. he will apply to Inn llmmrabloK or pint of Ward City t<'lorld....
men are the "radicals" of K. Ferryman, County Judy of together. clt.I"* tenement, an. i
tiiadfniil; Cniintv. Florida I fur approval heredltamontM.
cently It was my privilege to Congress-and it is of alii' final report and for Bl K. PKKUYMAN.
final. dltcharsre I aa administrator of I< >'C"" blaster y
they will able KNI,7MTHl
4i net an eight-day evangelistic worry the oetalo. of J. M Hhoden fieipunedThin KNIGHT *
? lgn in Londonderry. Ireland. and Intelligent New Dealers iloth dry. of December. 1WJ4.At \ Attorney for. Plaintiff

Kis one of the moat remarkable as much as they will worry 131141.111i RMODEN-> lltt3tl4.IM .

., historically speaking all vatives. The President is ( 11H'1'IT'nl tl'R n""II"O"1)
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( oi iM'rr noKii. if t ntNfiOHr.
Every one to whom I ship captain In an \ ('iiirri-r eol'IIT. nll.uronn JAM JtI I.IN08WORTM.. a minor
told me the story of the whatever happens will be t'ot'M'rv FI.OIIIOA. ix: CHAMCKHV.\ by ANNIK IIOLI; C; .OI\TH.! 1

in the 16th century which on him whether he could M A SMITH aa Liquidator forHruAford .his vii next friend, plaintiff Can. No. DIIS

ued from early December ken a different course of o! County Dank a corporation : J. J. TRUnr, KT AU Defendant. 6

,rf, [ the first of the following Au- not. And If the Congress, r. vn., Plaintiff, r".e No. 890a. I Special Take notlo Master,that by the the final tindemlgned decree ',
President's wish passes W. SAXON KT A f.. Defendant. In the above entitled
) i" The walls are there. The an- : canoe appointed
and'' Take notice that th undersignedNperlal will pursuant to said d*.re., and
remain.. The ous unprecedented : "' >
gates gates / Mauler, by the final decree during the legal hour. of sale
on
I closed and for long weary ill effect they produce must ; In the above entltld iaun appointed Monday the 7th day of January A. 1,
home to the will I. pumuant to sold deem, and D. mill ell to the highest and b..ebld.lftr. M
come
x, | the the people were under ually ; during the legal bourn ot sale onMonday I for .cash at tit* Mouth' door t'
,
It small town stoop. : the. 7th day of January A, .
I was a yet of the County CourthnuN at Htarke,
!>, lliaii! Hell. to the hlvhext, and bent I Bradford
County Florida, the following
thousand people so it is re- Best guessers believe I ; Mil rash, at the; South door -
described rmlee to-wit
(. .. died but the town would of the big debates of the of: .I'h'"n: : :: ourthouNit at Htarke., LntN; 6, 4, II. 'and It In Davie:
W will center i Hradfortl County: : Florida, the following1 : Brushers and Truby Hiihdlrlelon ot j
..&; ( surrender. This story has Congress deft'rlb premlaeii.I to-wlt.
the 10H and NWt4 of NIt) 4 0 fS.o. 7.
;;; : told from parent to child for proposed 30-hour work week. : All that portion nf the BWVi of Twp. f. a It' It K. (with otherlands 7
fi<, If, rations. I have never been' representatives have the NWV4 of "tint.. In. Twp. 7 M. ]H.S3 ) according to plat of raoordIn
J \ 13 Lying 'M of the Oenrvla Southern Deed Book *80 et eei
age |
r} here where the people were enactment as have a and Florida Hallway except one of the nonut: I reoord o't t
'sIT!!p(completely sold on their owning Senators.: Business does acre In the NW corner ur said tract Bradford County Florida) And also
4''" 'I It-nor does the containing 10 acres more or lees, all of the NWW of the NEJVi of valiiHctlon H
.
together with It* '...n.m.nta. appurtenant Towniililp, and Hang, that it
4F e ef knows that it would place a 'eft, and h.radltsn.nte, lies leant ot Slat Road No. 1.1. 5
11"1, den on Industry which it IK. IMOHUVMAN.Nueclal A. H CHBWH.Hueclal .
; the siege of Londonderry : 1< Master ftfaater. 1,
t afford at this time, that KNimiT A KNtdllT KNIOHT A. KNIGHT
f 1/, 4 was a man named Lundy' working weeks must come Attorneys. for 1'lalnllff Attorney for Plulntirt .1
suggested as a matter of ex- i ii ii-ai-at-i.4. U.51.St-1./.
ti
of evolution .
i :' lency that the town surrender process ,'.
by legislative flat. The
J"J. burned Lundy. Ever since,
ey
tion of Labor Is .solidly
i :e a year they burn him in effi- FUNERAL DIRECTORS
law but the chances are
i I
Thla .has'been going on fore I
with this potent support to in our Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render i
arly three hundred years. The !
t i" bat the President will be a KKl>1C1KNT, I'rfDMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE
; estors: of the present citizens of
smother it. MODERATE PRICES
'.14' londerry fought for religious
The.bonus a cross which DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY J
atv, \; : r rty. Before the siege protest- )
. ti is and Catholics worshipped to- president since Wilson has ,, STAIIKE. FLORIDA
I bear;will be ] -.. '
'; ther'in the wonderful cathedralwhich forced to up, :
Passed at the last Congress,
still stands. There are some '
worth for. Rell- vetoed by Mr. Roosevelt 1--
ilngs figbtjng- ;
.
1 i: "\ ,,ous liberty la one of them. Un- passed over his veto by the ''

:'I.,(,\1,.....O. AmextpaifejByftem. .of ggtrr He.,.managed to summon For Expert RepairingSmith's $

.1 ,'aernment'every" man has a right to Serifftbtlal supportto ktlMt .f"4, I si

.. ,.worship God according .to the dlct Many observers now think <<
I \ t tates of his consceince. No evangelical ever; that there is :

i .r ,,: Christian need ever fear as timent for It in both i

I. 'd(longaa that type of religious llbsrty I Congress to overcome a veto.I GaragePhone

; 1' is granted to our people. The I Public works and relief i.

; f tlK".wrlter, has visited In countries ditures will also cause a x 3

; ; where there is no religious liberty. thorough survey Indicates 120 1 1iI

"t )y.-Tou( Christians should get down Congress is left to its own
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Prn i your knees once a" day and It will appropriate and

( \ thank God for your precious prlvl'Jege gigantic total of $ Wrecker Service Day or Night ,

1\\' 'c;%, ; under the stars snd stripes. The President's program ,
Ii, \ ._ of less than t
." ?fiJ,1.jN.. an expenditure

,' ;' fl!ft:\: Russia has 'the youngest population this amount-about $ ,I I
will
The next Congress .
"1J. ?, of nine Important countries -
,I;..,/!\s\ \<. ; nearly half of the popula- many currency inflationists, OF YOUR l

, '. %Atlon there is less than twenty year. of whom according to ; !mI.

*'i"rWwld.' France, on the other hand speeches are In favor of I.'iI'

'iii".l ;' ae the oldest population of the the presses loose In the FAVORITE .n

''r ame pine countries.. Printing and Engraving. : ;r..;
;
# Roosevelt has said little i ,,1i

ng inflation-but men Iwl4.i
"A llon'es tooth was one of '''the him are confident he Is ,-

'. rat musical instruments in the So another battle looms.. MAGAZINES, 1r-
r{
orld.
f Archaelogista In Central The future of NBA will
.;. \$. Europe have found a pipe made that
arise. The chances are .
*i.#: [from a lion's tooth and have estl- be continued, but on a much : NEWSPAPER-1 PULL YEAR

,, ted It to be 30,000 old.I .,
{.t (' years will still enforce
It
er scale i ;
i/ :M1' -and-wages conditions- on this Amazing Combination Offer .li


;)111; SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS will have less probably to say drop about prlce- : :: and Your Favorite Newspaper t


$J : management It will be recommended : : : : r )'

a subsistence homestead plan ( :

,. By' ANN PADS: panded. This is being tried Pick 3azines ,r.

THIS Is the week to buy' the staple a few places. Under It, "

non-perishable foods needed are taken from areas where 1
tor ''I h.nk.gl. in.., to order your' tur cannot,make a living are .
,, k.y, to Net such hdtGu. tasks a* In cooperative communities
naklntf mincemeat and ..h.tllnnut.. I'I
all work for the common I \I
nit of 0.. way. Be sure too that your :
a Yl' 4" spies snelf Is adequately: stocked with lousing Administrator 1V:-
.
,.4h |a"onlnc for stuffing and pumpkin i believes the plan to be highly I I t
'
' Iplco. A cirofiiliy planned menu and cessful-wants. to see more .1'

slit i!,,a worlt market list will belp simplify' yew. r homesteads ,created. There Ar "rt:

Tor good chance that the .
'q' this waak-ond simple foods
are alcro
.f It* be preferred. A pot rout or pima will back him-but many :, t 8...,.......- 1' ef.,7Ter !.

r |roast of lamb beef or pork with plain of Congress are sure to ace m.'m AeehukrYt.1Ta
-itte d.,. saststls'Oltu 0 .. r(;
g.tabl.. and a simpleult for a variety of reasons.So .. ... / -.1
d *..r( nr milk pudding Is ".- CIo_.... Tr.
ty ilrable. Root vegetables and the citrus It goes, down a long ( ) .: r. ........1 Yr.. ;

irrulr are Inexpensive. Cabbage and topics. Some may wonder ,. n.erI-.I.I"r. .';,
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isplnaeu and both cooking aad : fi ,..,......1 .
eating there Is any question u to '". Ca"'e J:- '
r \
apples also are low In prle., GaIItIe ........1
la ,. Roosevelt's control In view .. .......... .,:
7 pia. of the very" special dinner -Cyenl' Mrs'IINOR' a... .. ..Ir"' !
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Vhl* week great Democratic victory ..t.... "
we are Including a Tbanka- ",. .e 1e, 1 ...,.,.h' '
Iflvlng-"nu of ....oD' l. and reasonably vember.: The answer to ":.. + OAY JI-NIIoW- Cbde L '>....IYr. :-II.
| priced food. that adversity binds men and ytcigs .... \
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... ........ ,{
LAW Cost Dinner tie. together--they must Medr.Ia .....I Yr. "j'
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a position
operate or perish I
Pot, Rout of 8Mt Onions PotatoesCarrots Republicans are in at this ;"... e e .... .... 1 ?\'(
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Bread and Butter Great success, however "... gveybedy..n.IM:1.: '},

Fruit Salad eliminates effective .'..., W-.'.World btfp..lYa... ... ','ui{
:
Yoa or Coffee Milk most breeds 1 g I .
Inevitably ) azr1.IrataWW..lle: W..iiT f/; .r.
Medium Cost Dinner fights and ruptures within a ;: .... .

aft Lamb Uasked Potatoes I Having nothing to worry :'1'

aukaower r 'with Paprika from the established : "
Butter Oil.. 1JII8! THIS MANDVOslDEH sHAJVit TOHAYtCAecA ''yn
n, Bread and gutter party members feel free to

A ".'Coffee Tea or Gelatin Cone Sail Custard Milk at tangents, refuse to : t f/5. ,Oar m.......J..ireJ arid retara Let, @:
n the, at the top. with :
authority ITeeIN. year arrfer. Fill out eo.peea'dagyu .
HunksglTing Dinner that right now. Is the to G.atIooa _loLs.,1.

l Fruit: Cup .... Clou Soup Mr. Roosevelt's many I* strictlyrlH. ,.....b4 .... ,.....l***.CH'tl** I* )*W --. .

f Celery flatted NnU olive.s \ problems.' Is ',I t9
., Turkey' lout Bluffing Nras "
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ViT A Ulbf.t Grav;* 44 pr*> t:r
Sweat Potatoes Dlmi i dd Turnip) 'Brazil is the third largest "esse.' .I.U { 'I ,
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Cranberry 8suos> In the world and I Is .. .... ,

:; Roll sad Bntttr six only by the Soviet Union ..... Te.o.ed It."c '" .__ .. .. .... ::5
or ftjuaaa and lllaee,ri*.
lrult nuts China.', It comprise 'nearly '
.. MOT LISTED SFUTQM BEQUFST
half.of .the area of South. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY

q PAGE EIGHT _. __ ._ JANUARY 4. 191.'t!
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I 1 Bradford County Telegraph In OBITUARY this Issue our FOR readers 1934 will -

find a chronology ot the; most'Important -' l ODD---BUT TRUE l]

'I Established 1877 world.//events, taking place ; .

j: .'n .. ..__._. .. ..- .... -- .- during 1934. A weekly newspaper 1-I :, oI
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class necessarily handicapped In pre.
sentlng- news of national and International -
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Importance since the r1vtR'f

l ,.. limits of space would not allow any Last POSYM.ERVICT .

E. L. Matthews _______________________Editor and Owner attempt at, the full coverage ot news \ \IH THEr-
such events as Is .carried on In the local dry
'0-- -- (
1"I I f' dally papers. catching woauses'l ,'' "'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Ywlolr.lW / 1
However, we take pleasure In old (
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i' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c-Payable In Advance presenting:, at the, beginning, :of a match. OHT5' ONE atye ''' 3 +

ti Advertising Rates on Application each year,, a systematic arrangement the story "t\NQ\ M40 FWECEKI -
/ and domestic had been w
I ,of ,foreign
{ '
happenings Importance.. Such ing STOMPSTHt r6

:i I'' Stars fell on Alabama and Huey Long fell on Louisiana. a chronology should prove ,valua-

ble to students, not only in the ,Time (
---0l -
technical sense of the word but
,
l A of the winter will be to know that the "flu"JJjI' a:
Best news to anyone who is Interested In goods t} d rJNgaRapP4' >

has flown. what ia going on outside of that Claus ( ) w" 1
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little portion of the .world'with among 1
0
which he comes In physical contact pers..

;. President Roosevelt. says, "Happy. New Year" and "no .. If preserved, the chronologywill Said

+ bonus" in the same breath. form a complete history, tn teeth ,
outline of a year, that U well a sudden

worth remembering.In fire."

; NW that the check tax Iso off do you suppose people.will. looking: back over the past ,Said :
'
Iu' be more willing to pay their bills?. ,;. ; ,, twelve months. It 1s evident that I careful in 1 1I
President Roosevelt was still the set fire to
_
I
o- His is Said, '' I
man of tie hour. name I
Add pitiful plights: The editpria writer trying to think found In almost: half of the Import burg ( I ..,

up a new slant for piece about New Year. ant events taking place In this "I think r /wc n nr I
;
d! country during that period as no lation in ) < + i II
a o doubt It will be when the happenings enough." : I

Plant City reports that strawberry!: prices, are up. Let's of 1935 come to be chronicled. Taking :

,;rt' hope they stay there until we come in on the deal. .' was lS NOZ' Jtw1SM e'' aelk'' iw t I II ,
There are other names which Ish Mrs.

d 0_ figured In the news for a day or a "I've I :

i ; A 225,000,000-year-old egg has been found in Texas. week, but which are already half- about

Il+ s Some greasy spoon restaurants will probably be envious. I forgotten. A glimpse at the matches." : CHGUHHOT '10Rt ( '

0 chronology will perhaps recall vivid > t. -.1\ THE ,MARMONIC:". THE MOST i
a.14 t in connection with '
stories
The ytDi\'t Imo
c tt Scientist say that women are as smart as me.n'l We'vei Florence E. Allen, Governor Lan- MUSICAL/ iMTRUMU4TSbltl 'I
( James J. Dooling Richard A man f"'C" ,, "HD0.N' W THE\ WORLD W*.. INVENTID'
f been wondering all day if that was a compliment or not., ger, Claus and "lI bt. PRENCN .
Sandier, Llugl Pirandello Gen. IN CHINK\ BEFORE THEfeA CI C: V T'AN'
i 0 lazaro Cardenas and others. North (

Ib There is no word in the Japanese language for our wordIX Nominations for the best rid was BlOKM -- "

j "kiss." There is probably plenty of action just the same. dances of the year are: John' Dil- have Week been bY t : ; .. f j f<
linger, "Pretty Boy" Floyd. "BabyFace"

f, h: A Missouri woman is still 0--1 cutting wood- at the age of members Nelson of their and Ilk.other departed In south the of : I If it. worked i in Okeechobee County ATTEND REGIONAL MEETING l

It is lit might work in a lot of other O.. C.
'
Register S. L. Peek
1 ; seventy-eight years. Bet she is making someone an ideal were The: Jacob greatest Wasserman losses of, the novelist year; Incident LATE places. This school financing Mrs. Anne H. Dltteau of the local and \

..Mrwife.. the rear of problem is going to be one of the FERA end C L. Dickinson Supervisor
Harrison!! Fisher artist;: Montague [ TO CLASSIFY! I
high in
0 Glass humorist; Albert, king of assistance lights the next session. of rehabilitation'' in this

; the Belgians:: Cass Gilbert architect sute By nrssBi.i KAYO Maybe Governor Dave ought to., county. attended a regional! meetIng -

Miami doesn't, mind being popular, but it wishes that who designed the 'Woolworth maxillary *rr.l.ry, Florida,Preen A..... look Into the Griffin.plan. In Ocala, Wednesday.,

;fChicago gangsters weren't quite so fond of the climate down building; Dollfuss, chancellor of !of 1'; Claus, C e \I
> : : And now may I wish for
t"' Austria; Marie Dressler, movie actress you BIRTHS ;
f: there. tempts to invited Senator Wm. everything good for the new year. Mr and Mrs. Willard Knight.I I
and von Hlndenburg, president
\, i ",,1 0- bodies Hodges to address a convention Remember 1935 will b* what'you Maxville. girl, December 28.
\ ;"" of Germany.' National Insurance Associa- make it
with Courage faith and confidence Mr
a and Mrs
.1Folks used to eat hog jowl and black-eyed on New Best vaudeville acts of the year Robert Burton ,
peas match not long ago and Instead of will work wonders, let's all Waldo, girl. December 30
': >tf.Year's Day for good luck : now some of them eat it from were presented by Dr William members A 'em what a fine bunch of determine now to make the most Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hicks Wal- f
Wirt who charged'that :
they were and what a noble of 1935.'
g necessity.\; i 1'1 of the "brain trust"we: plotting Any they were doing he got up on do boy January 2.,

f r o. to overthrow the government of Disaster hind legs and proceeded to iv rmrtiiT COURT: ov RHAD- Bradford County Florida.
the United States, and Gen. Smed- the midst ': Iol./Ij.rY 1"1.0"10.IN' Take notice that'* .""' ha" b..n
,
like a three alarm volcano. [.II. : .Y.
't h 4 A Brooklyn woman was fined $50 for kicking a policeman InHtltuted In the above named Court
ley D. Butler, who told a Congressional shopping he said about insurance rates M. A. SMITH, a. Liquidator for nTalnt h'i.lnLof' sworn "bill
: If he was a crabby traffic cop she probably got hermoney's committee of an alleged when plenty. tlon Bradford, County Bank, ,a corpora. Smith as Liquidator: ? fur Bradford daf com ,

worth. fascist plot to seize 'the same beloved nilllons of seems that the Senator figur Plaintiff, County B."ki a corporation as I,
government. the world, WJLt'iAM Ca.e 438 Plaintiff seeking to quiet '
if he was gonna make a talk to DRIGQEK3 hT iO': and consln i'
A. '
o would fire ii'MM1" "* an 'Indefeasible fee
Nine persons out of ten a of insurance he Defendant, ,
men ought above
a., Johnson that Richberg has ants in his pants. The likely reply that the burning of beard brush the of In- TUB STATE OF FLORIDA land*, II"n..ttOyr.hu. and described': i\
says up on subject TO-'William Drig Fern, William H. .. and against the
1"0,
Castle in Santa's foii'! ?nilBn.tE> ?
Morro :
Ward
the liner Drls-Kern
When he began to Phillip Doll and hla wife I
) t new NRA chieftain might reply that the General had rants which 134 persons perished was sulted snoop :Mnry M nell J. M Shaw 'al..., The'o First National; defendants Bonk o1 Oalne-tu-wlf:
i ei he discovered that the
av known James ...
I an Shaw and J. vllle.it
\1 in his cants. the worst disaster of th!t year yet Ing his M. Shaw Sr. and a. corporation Hattie V. Lynn
James also
rate for Insurance In other a. M. Shaw known a. M' H. V, Lynn and
500 lives were Ic.i In an .earthquake counted is 88 cents for $100.00 but In Sr. and known his aa wife Marian Mary Shaw Ann and,HhawalHo a,. V'.B., R.Lynn Wll.on hat'husband and:; A; B Shaw, wt,

: In"India: 1.000 others died our theory the people pay' $1.19,! for Mi A. Shaw John M ljwtn an the wife; I" A. Drown U'c'W Mlllle Ib.nn his I.

The only objection that hold to having their own In a fire that destroyed; :'a Japanese first step : The percentage of losses ard admlnlHtrator, P. Newt. deceased of the estate, H C.of Parker Rich; "rR. Mamie, hi. wit W.,...,A.. A. Hasen and f-frow"

smoking rooms is that there are no men handy to borrow a city, and 2.UOO persons were Japanese 1't on premiums in other states U 0 J'uiIYC. Cole and H. C. TIltS IS THEREFORE! TO ollr- .
killed by a hurricane In Salvador. on the Cola and a. copartner HAND YOU AND EACH OV YOU
cent and 43.3
T I' cigarette from. be waii. per only per doing business .. Moodv Cola & to appear In said above entitled j
1935 will have x> an '
Surely in Florida, yet all stock tire I Willis ; Mary Lvwlti., fcillmbeth causa on Monday of
: 0 eventful year to match such exciting keep on 'companies operating In and her hunband George W. February, A. D. 19811 otherwliV. the
but America WIlllH, Arbta l Denmark also known allegations of said bill'{ of complaint
Reading reports from Miami, a new simile comes to happenings as these belong to an association a. lien Denmark and her husband will be taken a*. confessed by you.
who can tell? It might surpass let Japan underwriters who have Martin Denmark, Sarah Ann Hull, Witness my hand and the offlul.il 'I
j'i'( mind : As lonely as the New Yorker who has to spend his win them. The uncertainty and the mistress ( ,worked I-ewlK James, (Lewis. glen. known AM .1..... H seat of 'said Court, at Staike Rrad-
an agreement by. which Flor- Stephen: Lewis, W. Mo. Lewis ford County F1rrrldM this ard day fA.
4 ter in New York. fascination of things to come Is no Georgia Alabama North and also known a.. W. M. Lewis, J. M. January, A. D 1935. ,'
% worth while to i Lewlaalao known aa John M. Lewis' J. THOMAS,
It Navy
r what'makes
4 0 Carolina help carry the oth- Alexander Lewis, A K Lewis, Thomnm A* Clerk
stick around for. the second act. states' losses. Lewis, T. C. Lewis, Emily: : Lewis' "' "d'.d ClountryCFlorida..
Sarah Lewis, (OFFICIAL SEAL
)
+ Some "modern" paintings hang in famous galleries, and ---rON .- O '. The of which would seem to indi ham, John C.JF.r.rdl'I.J'.alb..rF.JJ +.NIOHT IF KNIOHT

the town grouch observes that the artists should be hanging MALE CLUCKINGWe Starke that the bird who buys fire John Barle R.his Eerie wife. Jr.. C. and N. Shaw Henrietta and. hla D Attorneys' .'D.H for Pleintitf.SHRRirR's I

< need Association' for the week of a I in Florida is getting a wife Theodocla Shaw Francis I, Mc-
right beside them. kers of a class (all, K, I. MrCall, Samuel C. Lane "...R '
raw deal.
,; ev fv, Retardation of Science to counteract W. n.' Lane. and N. A Lane hla wife, Hereby. notice I. grven that under .
rA\ 0 the rather terrifying work' of Claus ; insurance lobby at Tallahas Stephen Hull-Hit guardian for T. C. and by virtue of that certain writ
A California doctor says that spinach is good for a .the who the has been successful In all pre- and Lewis A I* Lewis. Emily Lewis. fI'. execution' issued n Mav 31st. A.
t r4i. : geniuses comprise Sarah Lewis; Mr. M Hellen D; 9315jf: and under the hand and
American Association try 'I sessions of the legllature in Brown M, H Hi own L. T Shaw, : sealBradfordtCounty:; : :
grouch. He's right: it's good for a grouch almost time it membership of the : '
rtA any that the the of leg Lewla T. Shaw, Dr, C. H. Noble also Florida, Con rthat
; passage any
for the Advancement got kn:iwn an C. H Noble. Henry C. 'certain judgment of record said
In
a. comes on the table. Science.: I tempted I that would bring relief to Clemonx also known an H. C. demon 'Court wherein Bank of Starke.. a
match and Leah demons his wife., corporation I
who fire insurance In plaintiff, and Roy
pay
i I oAt The latest announcement by"thls Thoa W, Pltm, J' C. McLemore and Edwards :dt; W, Edwards are defendants ,
the b beginning the New Year Father turns dreadful society'is that a hypodermic was I .. How successful they will Susie MnLemor his wife A. K.Bhaw I have levied upon. and
over a However: at the next session remains to W. H. Clainnn mid JanleClemons will sell to the highest and best
,
instinct" extracted .
J leaf and Mother adds leaf the table of "hen the his wife. Margaret Ward, bidder for rash on Monday, the 4th
new to to take was
a new
care from a hen's head sets roosters ( seen. They certainly know they the unknown helm at- law legalese. day of February, 1939, during the
y1\ of visiting relatives. can) count on the sympathy, and and devisees of J. B. Cone deceased legal hour. of tale In front of the
As if didn't have f :
... to clucking r; we tude and of EJ P Ward deceased. and ofKotiert Mouth door of the County Court.
:
\ enough roosters who are on the of Senator Hodges Lewis deceased and of each rdf Bradford County In Htarke, '..
:
gt I o. ta Claus's new Hodges Fire Insurance of them; the unknown persona tonNtltiitlnar I : the following lands lying
Florida is in the latitude the verge of clucking already. small W. A. Register & Company and being In said Bradford County
; same as traditionally accepted This particular Instinct which ought to be a popular one. If an association or a partnerithlp.. Florida, or so much thereof as IH essential
i4 site lower doubt the Senator will get busy 13. J. Shaw Susie: R. Cone Daniel ft. to satiety said judvmontwith
of the original "Garden of Eden. Just another.., the scientists call "broodiness" or seems to Lynn, B. N.J Anderson anti Llnnle OAnderium 1-onts of execution, to-wlt-
the wish to cluck and set on write a lot of It between now his wife: If alive, and If
: feature that"- the two have in common. eggs I Section point where South lino of
i turns out to be a powerful chem- at this the' next session. A popular any of them .atdi-V: then, to theunknown {1, Township t South, Range
i o.'i dence that helm legal repreHontatlvux tt East ,crosses west edge of StateRoad
: ical called prolactin.) and Is pro- at the next legislative pow- devisee. legatee* and No. 13, thence run- Northerly,

$ :k A barber takes about 250 strokes with his razor to shave duced by A gland in the head. burned for on will probably be trying to' eon grantee; and fi of to each W. A.such Keg-later deceased. & Company per- along tn, point said of beginning State Road* thence 688 li Wes feet

1 the average face. Think of him saving life that The scientists considered their Florida Insurance compa- Its unknown successors, grantee terly at right angle tu- said road
your many' proof clinched when "shots" of and aHfllnrii. \vard corporation ice feet, thence Northerly parallel I
times within the space of a few minutes. more a newspaper man Is to to Rosa Lee T. P. wardIr. tn said road 52(4( feet to a street.
.
prolactin caused two Cochin roost- Thelma Kelly and Grady Kelly thence along said street to said
ers to around clucking insteadof deliberate appreciated In his own com- her hunhand, Onarltn. Smith and Ira road and thence along said road.'tf.
i go the It that Smith her" husband, Olga Nordeliergeand point of beginning. In $1'L of SfclVi!
the
+ The decline in popularity of the old-fashioned ""watch crowing. The roosters refusedto seems people her husband Hugo Nordeberge, of SWM of said Section,.,Township .
a man
set for which they Okeechobee County not only Kloren Ward Stella May Ward and Ranger
:J" ; party" is accounted for by the fact that folks no longer however: with the 'to Bill Griffis' News Orvllln Ward. Roswell wards Carl Aln. uy: ot BE<4 o{8W4>ln peA
f young should receive the undying gratitude Ward and :Mrs., Carl Ward, Nannie tlon II Township ..I, South, Range
from a they gtve' him their votes as Ward, Florens Ward and Mrs.Klorens 11 E.ei.
need an excuse to stay until midnight. of a sex that seems fated soon
up '
t : strongly He elected, Ward his wife. Rosetta Ab. Also SU of BED, of !SWU of dec-'
them
i to have nothing left of Its masculinity was to serve. buttIlls Matheny and her hu.bani .-> lion -*; and Nye ot SWS4of NIC 14"A
0 but tradition statement next legislature; Qrt top of M. P Matheny the places of ..* *'ra Nwu .* NW14., and S
,
i, Representative Fish that the caught I the. 'School Board residence of each of whom la unknown ot 8WK of NEI4..f BeoUOII'.I't' alt
i big colleges hot County
says / are' Arise; you males! This tamperIng :' Samuel R. Ward I.. tuwusliiu T Huuth, Range ti: East.
!' : of communism. He might be right at that shirts ties 'with roosters Is only a begin his teeth out the other day with a res Hamuel R. Ward his wife ac.'i. :: Also 11 that portion of NWy4 of
tt.beds W. of .
be ,dS of. I M3 Seminole Ave, AU.nlaL.51" ; I SWty Section; 16, ''Township .
gratitude this
.
; and socks all seem to be there. ning. Who will be charter mem-, same W. Ward and 101. .. W. W. Ward his ""nnth; Range. 11 East which" lies
) comrqqn property, bers of an Association for the Re- would not editor for his Valuable as wife each of Dublin U..f| Bloxham West. of a. A, .... Ry.. Right-of-way
j t'' O. uous In helping to work out a'' Ward and Mrs. Bloxham Ward and containing. about nine acre..
tardation of Science? '
wife each of Hotel Bellevu : .a I No. Nv of E'
of ';' They are installing new high speed elevators in the -o--i -"' of those to solve the .financial diffi Pranclneo/ claiming Cat and to any,, and hl.1 of Section 11., TownehipI South' v
for,which of their" county schools.' persons any right title, Han** 21 Kant. -
+ ',Congressional building. Think of how much more time that A PRINCE GETS!: FAT ous Interest In or to the following Also Lot 1, j and S ot Block It
,. T County suffered the scribed lands, to-wlt: In Temple. Addition to Town of
tWill give the members to listen to Senator Borah. All Uttl ,boys who 'read their of two banks with over a mil Lot 11 except two. 'acres In Stark., Florida. .
Southeast and the '
corner WV J. UPPERflON,
story books and wish that they too The dollars on. deposit; 'went I North half of Lot 1*.. all In S.,,.. : .A* Sheriff of /Bradford
.. ', 0- might, be rich and handsome: "Daddy" two 'hurricanes and four : tlon 7, Township T South Range I 'Flrtrklai,
V / One 'Georgia editor has been fifteen without princes should read the disillusioning to JO RaM. and the NW'/ of the KNIOTu:; KNIGHT ;*
years a va- .; to say nothing nf the well I'IWli' of Section' t. Township T Attorneys. 'Ialntitt.k' ,

t, ,cation. ,Other editors take frequent.vacations until the feel- news story telling about.young, on depression In spite of all South..__Range_n. .__ __10_Bast._.._. All In 1.4.6t-2-l ,:
Prince Michael of Rumania who foiled I .
', ing over something they have written has was every school teacher received WHAT HAPPENED AND '
; quieted down. WHEN
,+ ." has been forbidden by court physicians tempt last In full-'last,year although CONTINUED, FROM PAGE ONE :

0 to eat sugar. Reason?;, the make a than. $2,000 la taxes""wer. col I ,
"First of
t 1't Revelers who woke up with a headache Tuesday are hoping prince is getting too fat. '. setting for school purposes In 1933. pint' berries brings' 450. -. J"'f'
A person In private life can be keys which "Adult schools opened." '
school board this :
there is truth in the old began year '' .
+ no superstition that what'you do happy In the comfortable assurance many a ,,,
,1 I money on hand raised the 30<> 1
on the first day you will continue to do throughout theyear. that he can go ahead and eat is said to of teachers and pays themmUy ;'. A' ,' .

o what he wants and let the fat fall I Iwhe..e and was in cold cash and ,have "Nursery school begins in Starke." .: ;,;

It maNot.o the r err "r.CF" Vn ", :> atip
I sapdshed all this without bor :
"; Democratic leaders are oiling. the steam roller to put who Is constantly In the pull e>j 1 wii..* lie 'a dollar. .. .. &,

1! ).,Roosevelt's new program across. Those of the opposition _bis life must be made miserableby ity in i County School Board, gives 7 : ',! .,,.

:,., :who do not wish to get run over had better remain on the'sidelines. trying to conform to the arbitrary promise GrUfis credit for working "First'comfort factory in'state' operation here.**'

S* ( ., he pattern fit into.that the, people Insist Dolly the plan that made it possible, "Local members named on debt adjustment board."'..
she would "'. "'4" :
"
fe 1 0 The next time you find'yourself for with his 1933 pace of toys "Unskilled FERA labor gets :wage cut." :. ;5'K

!it: An American girl was too nervous to talk when she was wishing that you were a prince or ..S
,''ter 1'c'''i freed: after being jailed by Nazi political police in Berlin.. The a singer movie, sit actor down or and a grand eat a opera good feld Mrs.chorus ) I glad to,be to known nf on Broadway, "Hard- .freeze hits .state;. little damage done in'. 'Bradford."
the where-
? <{process ill a little.too complicated however meal of what want ,laaff : .21 'V' *.
,. ,.for.,everyday. use you and as ed In her of her ex-spouse since he Is .

.sat 1y weary husbands., i does much not-.. you-want*, .--.if'.It I I apartment months behind with alimony "Tax collections show increase,over last ;year." "X1
help your feelings. hadn't '' ''
., she hinted 'Growers'yote in favor of tobacco control bin." f'
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