Bradford County telegraph
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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 11, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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|, Established 1877 Subscription--For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-l'ayable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

,, ,. VOLUME-----FIFTY-SEVEN-.-------_-__ _-____-_______..:._________u_________. STAKKK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY._JANUARY_ 11! 1934 ___,__________ _____ n.. NUMBER. TEN
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i\OM\ New Boards Reno Has Movie Surprise Show End Plan ..Floor? S how to Appear} v.! Here Young Democrats:I I Job To Hunters See Representative Asked I Talk I Hospital I

; Mel This Week; When-Film Blazes For AttractionAt Meet To EffectPermanent f t When lie-Visits. Here I, Meets Favor Here;

Pandemonium reigned In a Reno Lamar C. LovierDistrict' Man-

: .Elect ChairmanAre when school the house celluloid Wednesday t'Im! of a travell night Birthday' Ball Body vice ager,of National Gainesville Reemployment will be Ser-In :. Will Make Survey

big motion picture exhibitor Starke on Tuesday. January 10 be- ..
caught fire and caused a packed tween the hours of 10:00: a.. m. to

) Told They Cannot Turn Tax house of negroes to flee Into the Steinberg Completing Arrangement I Wall Elected 1"l'Mltll'nt-WIII Sup. 12:00 noon. He can bo located In ConunlMMtonrrs-Told That PWA

Collection Over To darkness. *-Announce* Floor Li; port Birthday the real estate office of J. E. WIl- And FKK.Y
Help Might
The entertainment had been bill- _
Attorney Managers Bull 1 Ito
ed as 'Western and Gangster. All- son.T Secured
e National Reemployment
Old and new Boards of County negro cast. Admission lOc" but It Plans for the President's Birth- Permanent organization of the Service maintains a district officein Talk of a county-hospital to be

%J Commissioners of Bradford County la likely that the crowd that filled day Ball to be held here January Young Democratic Club wag ef. Gainesville, Florida" to serve this! erected here some time In the future -

met this week with only one excitement the little school house got more 30 at the Woman's Club are rapidly fected Tuesday night at the court city and county and while Mr. was prevalent this week fol-

yhange In membership to distinguish -' than they had bargained taking shape, according to N. house with the election of II. C. Lovler is here he will bo very glad lowing action of the County Commissioners -

the two. R. T. Osteen. of for. Sternberg general chairman of the Wall as president for the year. E. to Interview applicants who have In ordering an investigation

Brooker. the new manager. took the The fire alarm was turned in, local celebration. Although an orchestra L. Matthews was elected secretaryand registered with the service a* well of what help could be expected -

I place vacated by G. W. Andrews but the machine operator had already has not yet been defin- Dr. (I. B. McLomion. treasur as those who wish to register. Any from the PWA and the

of New River who was not a can extinguished the flames itely signed up Mr. Sternberg has & er. O. I.. Patten, first vicepresident. Information regarding the service FERA on such a project.W. .
didate for re-re-election In the last when the fire truck arrived. several on the string and will make Dr. F. G. Bratley. second will be gladly furnished by Mr. '
"" -I W. Whltten who has been
election"; .. % every effort to secure the best one vice-president and W. II. Hart Lovler while here. This service 1.1 a resident of Starke for about a

L. L;:;:Conner .wat...elected chair Council Considers possible for the evening. ergeant-at-arma, were also namedat free to employer and employee.. year and who I Is Interested in the

man of the new,Board, with J. M. The chairman this week an- tnlg meeting.Mr. movement. appeared before the

r Rosier.:.chairman pro tempore. nounced the appointment of H. C. -. Wall appointed a board of board at Its Monday meeting and,
(Floyd Green was re-elected county Wall. T, 'T. Long' and E. I.. Matthews NOBLE: SISTERS directors to be composed of the Inspector Warns presented a plan for the construction -

. -attorney\I and county prosecuting AirnortDedication to serve as floor managersand Novelty dancers who will appear above officer. and the following and equipment of a hoslptal
to assist him in other here In person '.wlth the Heffner- members of the club: N. D. Waln-
' Pg:attorney., W. B. Parks was reelected making In cooperation with the FERA and
'//jt I. county physician. arrangements for the occasion. Vinson Players. neat Monday night wright Jr., R. P. Jones, Jos L. Tagless Drivers PWA.
For the entertainment of those Jan. 14th. Harrell Jr., T. Frank Landrum,
The business
following was .
5., Donates Fund To Purchase Seed The commissioners :Mr.
1 gave
who do ..
not dance, as well as those Charley E. Johns Wm. Dobrow
* transacted the old board before
7 .m;
For Beautification Whltten
' to draw the
who do a floor show featuring local Carl Johns, and R. J. Davis.W. authority up
(Mii<&v:! lt adjourned: Project No Extension Time project and it at PWA
talent will be presented during Teachers:To Know B. Mundy Jr.. and Win. Do- Announced A* present ,

+?' 1i$ :Mrs. ,Georgia Shepard. of New the. .evening Mr., Sternberg said. .. brow were .Appointed as a memo For Octtlns* LlC'l'n headquarters In Gainesville as soonas .
; River presented a petition signed Plans for a dedication program -- Draw To Clone completed. :
A more detailed announcement as bersnlp committee for Starke.
. ; by several taxpayers of the coun- for the airport here Upon Its completion to this About Tentative plans for the
' feature will be made at a Jobs Sooner The club went on record aa giving building
J, 'i ty asking that _he be placed on were discussed with the later date.It Its endorsement and wholehearted Robert H. Hill of Gainesville, Include six private rooms, three

tM'\\tf'lhe\ pauper roll. upon appropriate City Council by O. C. Register of la planned to place tickets for support to the President's Motor Vehicle Inspector for the wards and modernly equipped operating
she was allowed $3.00 per the Bradford County FERA at the the ---0-: district embracing Bradford Ala rooms and
on sale some time in adVance Birthday Ball to be held here Jan- emer..encyrooms.
:it.month from the pauper fund. meeting Tuesday night.! of the day for the celebration RecommendationWill ,B" Made uary 30.Seven. chua, Gllchrlst Levy, Marlon, and The coat of construction

0p ft;;? The following names) were re- Mr. Register expects the workof the chairman said. The idea Before Old"TrusteesGo new members have joined Union Counties, warns owner of and equipment la roughly estimated

1\1i moved from the pauper roll: J. S. planting grass and beautification of the ball has met with much enthusiasm Out the organization since the first automobiles, trucks and motorcycles at from $20,000 to 30000.

i ftogers, Willie Martin Hattie at the airport to be completedin locally and several people meeting several weeks ago. Theseare that failure to obtain proper .The need for a hospital here Is

Cross'. and J. P. Potts. another month, at which timea have volunteered to take Early appointment of teachers In : J. B. Alexander O. A. An- license tags on or before January great, Mr. Whitten nays since

! I'i1f: The following names were added dedication program would be appropriate charge of the ticket sale. Bradford County' school was dreu, W. A. Bessant Jr., Sullivan 16, from the Collector of Taxes for there Is none situated between _
ti; promised this week when the
:ti, to the pauper roll: Alex: Cross, he said. The council Mr. Sternberg thinks everyone Carter W. H. Hart, Vivian Saxon the county of their residence will Jacksonville and Gainesville.It .
, at $2.00 per month; W. B. Blocker took the matter under advisement.The should know by now; but Just Incase School Board announced a newpolicY' and E. K. Ferryman.Assessors subject them to arrest and Inconvenience I Is said that three sites are un-

,, lk\(; :,$2.00 per month. Mrs. Fronle Clem- clerk was instructed to drawa they don't he reminds the of having recommendationsmade should they drive over der consideration for the proposed -
by the old trustees Instead of
\\pnonlt! $2.50 for one month only check for $30 for the purchaseof public that the object of the Birth- public highway or streets after building. The construction will

;4A.; L. Bradley $4.00 per month. seeds to be used in the beautification day Balls, which are held throughout << delaying the matter until after Oppose that date. He also warns out-of- be of brick and steeL
the election of
new trustees In
\i: 'I<')frs. Lizzie Bryant wa allowed program recently begun by the country on January 30, Is state motorists against driving vehicles a
.'f'11"$2.00 for the care of J. P. Potts the FERA under the direction. of to provide funds for fighting Infantile March or April. to which are attached so-

it or four days. Aubrey Frlnk. paralysis. Seventy cents of The board decided to turn over Higher Tax Levies called "dead tags. Adult I Classes

; Ij) 'The bill of Mrs. Laura Brosky Charley )l;. Johns of John & every dollar raised< will be used for to the firm of Knight.A Knight, Acting Motor Vehicle Commissioner. -

I' ,[.tor $650 for eleven day care of Wainwright insurance agents appeared treatment of the disease In the lawyers the matter of collection of George 11. Wilder. at Tallahassee :

>*JT,, P. Potts was approved and ordered before the council and ask- community raising the fund. The delinquent taxes from the Seaboard several weeks ago urgedall 'I' Must Be Larger i

'J paid.4Notary ed that his firm be given half of I other thirty cents will be turned Air Line Railway Company.The Wulnwrlght/ Expccte To Have owners of vehicles to obtain ,

J1 Public Bonds were ap- the Insurance business of the city. I over to the President to be used bya following 'resolution w a Exemption Blitnk Next tags without delay and suggestedthat

'..\':: !'proved for D. .E.- Knight, and for The council requested Mr. Johns I national commission appointedby adopted:' Week\ any who experienced difficulty -

l JiMlss! Rhoda E. Zelgler. to work out a plan and submit it I him for widening the research "Whereas taxes upon the prop- In securing title certificate Membership Drive. Will .Bo.'

'; *lr;{> Monthly. repOrts from the Coun- at the next regular meetin : ', efforts"aimed at wiping 'f the (dis erty of Seaboard. Line Railway Florida' Tax.Aasouiors A .ocla. or tags. communicate with him or Staged DuringJanuary

jty I i : Judge, i Justice of the Peace W.. E..Middleton, mayor report ease. Company a corporation. In Bradford tlon, in session at Tallahassee wo make all fact known to an Inspector .

from the eighth district stateItW ed that the building occupied by County, Florida for public Wednesday urged in a resolution of the department so that ,
Prison Inspector and Clerk of the Ellis Brosky and family within the free school purposes Including adopted by It. executive committee assistance might be rendered. The Adult Schools In Bradford
Ding And Dickens Tax School District Taxes to oppose any generally Increased County are beginning a member- '
Circuit Court for Distribution of city Is very Insanitary and had a Special Governor Dave Bholti Is report
) ;:Tax Redemption Funds were approved request from the city health officer On Ritz Bookings for various of the Special Tax tax levies In the state re- ed to have stated there would be 'ship and attendance campaign for

;t .' and ordered flied. that .some action be taken In the School Districts In Bradford County suiting from passage of the Home no extension beyond January 15th January Miss Gwendolyn Bud-

'f ', The Board approved the list of matter. The council recommended Florida are put due and unpaid stead Exemption Amendment. for the purchase of tags without 'ding ton, Starke teacher said this

f. Civil War Pensioners as compiled that the house be condemned if A full week ia promised moviegoers and whereas! said SeaboardAir The resolution recommended"that owners becoming liable under the week.

!by the State Comptroller, steps were not Immediately takento here by the Rita Theatre Line Railway Company a corporation this organization/ go on record law. for the reason that tax collectors -I The class opened here on Nov

ic fc Mr: Carolyn Inman and Miss make It sanitary. which will show in succession three la now in receivershipand deeming It inadvisable at this have on hand tags to fill : ember 23 with a membership of .-

, ,:.),-.''"';Mary Lee Wynn County F. E. It. The following bills were ordered hit pictures: "Anne of Green 0 Ga. Its receivers deny the validity time to Increase generally the total all demands, which was not the nine students Miss Buddlngtonsaid.

4 X'A.; Nurses outlined to the Board paid bles," "Great Expectations" and of said taxes, Be It Resolved by assessed value of all properties I case last or the prior. This number later rose to

",'su5the nature of their duties and ofM" W. E. Thornton salary for December "Here Is My Heart." the Board of Public Instruction In the state; that such an act year, year .thirty-five and at the end of December I.

* :,fered their service assisting any ___________.__ $70.00 The first of the pictures taken for Bradford County Florida that would be adverse to the best l Inter The urge of Commissioner Wilder fell to twenty-seven because :
:Ssfj?,persons in the' county in need of Carl Johns salary for Decem- from the celebrated novel of the Knight& Knight attorneys for this I eat of our citizens" the statement of Governor several member secured ,

m their services.Upon ber __ __ _________. $60.00 same name is said to be of the Board of Public Instruction, are N. D. Wainwrlght, Bradford ShoRts and the warnings of In- work In other counties. The av- !
I. !; receipt of an opinion- from John H. Denmark Furniture Co.. type that will appeal to the millions hereby authorized and Instructed County assessor said this week spector 11111 will preclude any who erage dally attendance ha* been ,/h

';.itft the Attorney General to the effect I Blankets for Jail ______ 4..50II who enjoyed "Little Women." to Institute prosecute and maintain that he expected to have exemp- may be arrested after January 15 nine students, It Is said. This ;'if
Despite the fact that the title role and all litigation tion blank. In his office by Tuesday from complaining against officer Increased
that the Tax Collector of the countty Starke Telephone Co., Telephoneat any necessary number must be to fifteen It
t, 0 is the only one who can legally II City Hall .__.__.___ 3.65 la carried by sixteen-year-old Ann to Collect any and all of the of. next week. In order for a who are sworn faithfully and Impartially and twenty has been set aa .)
'collect: taxes and the' Board had Bradford Hardware Co., Final Shirley a notable cast including unpaid taxes for,Bradford County person to benefit by the amend- to discharge their dutiesto the goal. '

\ ino authority. assign this duty payment on donation of $25 00 Tom Brown and Helen Westley Is Florida public free school pur. ment it Is necessary for him to the State and public Miss buddlngton: urge those
( r seen In "Ann of Green Gables," School file an application the assessor County tax collector will be
, to the County Attorney, the Board given by council for repairIng poses, Including Special Tax I who wish to take advantage of the J
.1(1.( .rescinded their previous action In I .P ERA office buildIng which will be shown Sunday and District taxes against the prop- said. glad to accommodate owner and courses to help make the work a i;

[the matter, and so notified the Tax ..; ______________ 16.75A. Monday. erty of said Seaboard Air Line GRIFFIS APPOINTED. operators In so far as may be consistent success by enrolling In a 3:30: to 1
'Collector' C. A. Knight. .I S. Crews balance due Attorney "Great Expectation." from the Railway Company, a corporation FOR ALLFLOItIDWORK and. In return appreciateto 5:30: o'clock class In the afternoonor

'i- Minutes of the first meeting of fee case LIddon Property ,' Immortal classic by Charles Dickens and Its receivers,''and to enforce Orlffls of fullest extent the cooperationof a 7:00: o'clock to 9:00: o'clock
A. J. supelntendent I\-
:/the new board on Tuesday were aa _______._____ 57.86A. will come to the Ritz on any and all liability upon said schools for thl ha been those who obtain tags Imme- class at night.
\follows: L. Alvarez, Salary December Tuesday and Wednesday. It la said taxn. and to Intervene In any county diately Instead of waiting until the ;
chairman of the local
,1"1'' to retain the real Dickens flavor in suit that appointed last or next to last day. 1
o Mr.. 'C. L. Stockwell Conservator $8500; Board 6.50; 4 arrests, pending suit or any committee for All Florida Mobilization Green Introduces
!; for the Bank of Starke appe.ared $4.00; Telephone call sixty untouched right out of the pagesof may hereafter be brought whereIn Week February 25 to While sheriffs deputy sheriffs,

; before the Board and ex- cents __._._-.____ 98.10 ODe of the most human. absorb such intervention may secure a March 2. The purpose of the committee constables and other officer are Florida Canal Bill i
inlaid that Personal PropertyIn Melvin McKinney Salary December ing and dramatic novels ever writ. determination or enforcement of I* to advertise Florida both authorized to arrest any person -
the name of the Bank and 2 arrest __ 17.00 ten. such taxes.!' 'who operate. a motor vehicle In :J
? wlthi the state and nationally. Two bllla one providing for a t1
eisabeen assessed under the Mayor W. E. Mlddleton. 6 mayof Anxiously awaited by fans here The board was reorganized Tuesdaynlght Th mobilization: week seek to violation of the Jaw Inspector Hill croHH-stat canal and the other for I
tax assessment and !la "Here Is My Heart," Bing Cros- and W. C. Manning was enforcement officers do not i
(tangible : fee .,________- secure 100.000 members In the or says screw worm eradication In Florida : (
ked that the Tax Collector ... 2.00 by's latest offering which will be re-elected chairmaA.ContractNow> desire to arrest or Inconvenience
W. L. Wall. Councilman have !I
ganization. Mr. Griffin will be been Introduced by Congressman : _
...ited to hold the collection ofI O. 1.. Beaaley Councilman.. 2.00 shown next Thursday and Friday.He citizens, but should such become A. Green
Bradford County's permanent, representative R. of Stark, 1
d personal taxes until a ruling P. M. Barefoot, Councilman 2.00 Is supported by Kitty Carlisle on the committee. necessary, they must do so or be since Congress convened last week. '(,

I, ; can be gotten from the Comptroller W. M. Edwards. Councilman 2.00 who Is getting to be one of the LetForPavingseutOff --- -- justly criticized by those who expect The Congressman described the.

in the matter. The.request N. D..Wainwrlght. Jr. Council most popular leading ladies around MRS. ALVAREZ REPORTS all law to be promptly and canal which calls for an expenditure '

;ras granted. man ?._-_,_-__;._..,- 2.00 Hollywood.. Blng sing "If June SEAL SALE!: RECEIPTS .impartially administered. of $225.000,000 In his bill a*
';, The Clerk was Instructed to endeavor T.; F. Landrum City Attorney ,2.00 In January" "Love" I* Just Mrs J. M. Alvarez chairman of on. of the most worthy projects

-* to get an adjustment on R. C. Buford Fire Chief Around The Corner. and "With Christmas seal sales this week WHITE APPOINTED that might be undertaken.The .
be Personal Taxes of 3. M. Al1lares. Every Breath I Take." George C. White former residentof .
3 fires ___________-. 12.00 said that she I* still receiving: contributions bill
seeding screw worm
with the Comptroller of the James Lewis Fireman 3 Starke now living In Tallahassee
mall and that to date .
by eradication ,
Itate. tOO I McLeod Construction Company. wa last week appointed Exchange call for an appropriation .
fires __......_ _- NEW' ATTRACTIVE FOLDER' total $08.46 as comparedwith of
':Of the 3000.00 Insurance ex- Cha Darby Fireman. 3 TELLS BRADFORD'S STORY WUI Do Werlc On Club governor for the
*15 06 last
:, ag oa the County Jail March, fire*.. .: _....____:..-___ 6.00 Rood 18 clinic planned year.The for Stark fourth) district of Florida The appointment Mr. Green nas also introduced:
Johns i ft Wainwrlght was authorlz- Merrill McMillan, Fireman Joseph E. Wilson Starke real was made by Bert Bea*. another measure to provide federal

to renew $2,000.00. and H. C. 3 fires ................. 6.00 tor. baa recently bad printed and The McLeod Construction Com bas aid.been because postponed of the the Illness chairman of the Icy; national president of the or- reimbursement of fifty per cent of
trail was authorized to renew $1- Wilbur Griffl. Fireman Is distributing an attractive folder pany of Wllllston ha been awardedthe ganization. the damage suffered by Florida
100. captioned,"Investigate Bradford contract for paving the 3.348 clinician who was to have It Inchar&e. fruit and vegetable grower during
3 fire _____-_ tOO. 4WAREHOUSE>
.... Nichol.was allowed $4.00 Austin Wlnkler.Fireman 8 County the beat farming sectionof mile of road along the Hampton the Mediterranean fly eradication
A $500 health bond from
01' one month only from the Pau- fire _'_ .-:,:,;,, ,-- _, 6.00 :Florida.' eat-off on Road 13. It wa announced Brooker school ha been received The last coat of paint,.,* being work six years ago.
Roll, and Mr*. Ellen Padgettajlowd The folder gives brief l information this week. I.
Sullivan Fireman _
Mrs. Alvarez said, and another one applied to' the J'ERA warehouse
$3.00 month. about Starke. its climate resources Federal money ha* been allocated ELMER McCREARY DIES .'
per 3 fire _____ 6.00
here this I
the school I II almost week and It ready for
from '
.The Board then proceeded toINIIIIet C. T.: Dickinson. Fireman I hotel, church. and recreational to meet the bid which was said Lawtey Friend here learned with regret.about ;
the of commodities for
storage relief -
not lea than ZOO nor more .Sf1rsa.- -- 6.00 faculties. to have been for $58,000. It baa completed. the death last week of Elmer* "' |
client J. J. commodities '
than 500 name of good and lawful Dick GriStle Fireman :2 fire- .4.00 The inside page tell' th*.tory not been made known when work distributor Truby, W. McCreary publisher of the 1:'
CREDIT ASSOCIATIONWILL will have his office
\ men from the various precincts of Calvin Johns.. Fireman 2' of this .county farmingIndustry will begin on the project.COUNTY In Alachua County New and poet. ,
MEETING the which i I.
HOLD new building
r Bradford i and furnish list with Illustrations of strawberries, roaster at Gainesville He died In.. '
[ County, fire _, ____-_-. 4.00 located at the corner of Church
of name so selected to the Clerk Julian L. Peek. Jr. Fireman sugar cane. sweet potatoes pecan, 'BOND-TRUSTEES J i The annual meeting of the the Alachua County Hospital fol11
Street and Road 48. .
'of the Circuit Court and Clerk of 2 fires __-____. ".00 grapes. and pasture-crop ORGANIZE FOR YEAR Gainesville Production Credit Association lowing an attack of pneumonia.
said Board 'a* the Law directs. Lout Kahr. Flrsman. 2 ftree. 4.00 o serving Bradford Baker, Mr. McCreary was well-known
d name to be written upon Junior McDon.M, Fireman NEW PASTOR HERE!: I I Th- JIeW.rd"olBond Trustees Union, Alacbn"\ : ),1"- -fon. Levy. GREEN HOME REPAIRED throughout the state, having been .'

p Spa of and folded and de- 2.00 I of"a**..- .*- <....:brl.) >., an4" miles, will Thn r>n...tory from house on actively .n1'a!?..'t in American L*.
paper .
1 fire _
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ted by the Sheriff Countyedge. William Fireman The Rev. W. T. Me,".;..; '...no change in membership from th. be held at the court house in North Walnut" :treet:: belonging to gloa. activities. ,\\o'
Tommie *.
and Clerk in a box under 1' fir. _____, 2.00 wa recently called a* pa.tor.of old board_met Monday and reorganized -II Gainesville Saturday morning, A. H. Green has been undergoing f __ -,_ A .,
k. and, key and from said box Shell Petroleum Corp. Gasoline the Christian Church b rer will be for the year. I January 19 at 10:00 o'clock.' This considerable repairs for the past BEAUTIFYING YARD 1fii

I name of Juror to be drawn and oils __ 30.78 here Sunday for both morning and W.E.: Torode was elected chair will be' the first regular stockholders ten.days. The Interior of' the house The large oak tree In front of

. serve ia the Circuit Court. a. Quigley Davis.nu 5 sanitary- evening services. The pubUc Is man. W. L. Wall, clerk and auditor meeting that has been held. ha. bad a new coat of paint the residence of Mrs. L E. Moeeleywa 'SI,)

by law 8. sacks Invited.. and C. AJ Futcn was retained The business will consist of a throughout and several addition cut down this week. Mrs., 'H''.
Unit* $1000
.. ... } a* secretary.The report. of the accomplishment.of have been made oa the Inside, Moeeley ha* a crew of men workIng ..;.I"
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lime. L9O .
bt i Froatea for week In liquid hell- W. Andrew Jr.,, Repair-' TO FENCE.CEMETERY: : resignation of s:. S. Matthew the Association for the past year. which make It very modern and In the yard of her home plaDt.ti ; ,, : 'All asked member of the board the of production loan up-to-date. The house will be occupied Ing palmand other, Ibrubb.r1is[
germ have been found capa- to Ford Truck _........ 6.20 who are Interested are a* a progress ,:
of propagating when thawed, to help on the fencing of Dyal wa prevented and accepted. HI* In general ,and the election. of a by H. L. Brownie and lam- The work la being done under taej-j" ;

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: Ml Elizabeth Ilarniiffe Miss Rhoda. Zrlalrr. Corrvupoaileat ;
: \ Mlm Vera Galley, CorrespondentHonor Of 1935 Chevrolet $20( list. Mr. Holler predicted In Court of nJr.lufeFI Bradford

t I I l Miss Bertlce Norman spent Mr.. and Mrs. Arthur Milligan Meet ETHYL GASOLINEANNOUNCEDTODAY that at least ninety per cent of In re Ratal, ot .
: Saturday night with her cousin and small daughter have recently Roll Fourth Grade For Approval persons buying Master models in J. H. KHODKN. Deceaned
G ,f I( : Mrs Mamie Lou Mersey. moved to Starke.L. Sixth Month --- 1935 would exercise the option and Notice la hereby given that M.

w Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and L. Youngblood war transact Eva Fay Gulney. Wilson Greene, Master deluxe models, strongly obtain knee action at the small an Rhoden administrator has filed of hie the final estate report of J.

: ; children were the guests of her business In Starke Saturday. Orville Litchfield, Eury Mott, emphasizing beauty and style and price difference involved.Mr. M. Khoden deceased; that he hue
8. I Thelma Lee Starling. Lovie Ward, standard models filed his petition for final discharge,
k parents Mr and Mrs. J. Sapp new featuring Holler emphasized the fact S
Mrs. S. W. Griffith of Miami, and that on the 13th day of January,
J.Sunday.' i Is visiting her parents, Mr. and : Miss E. Buddington, Teacher. high-powered performance and Standard Oil Company that knee action will be built In 1935. he will apply( to the HonnrabmB.

4 .,: Mrs. H. H. Keene and family Mrs A. L. Sullivan. I, economy.. are announced by Chevrolet Introduces last wordIn at the factory not installed by the Bradford. K. Ferryman County County Florida,Judge for approval of

!n': were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Nettle Hersey was visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cunningham for 1935.: The Torode Chevrolet motor fuel dealer."Chevrolet's. ; of 'said final report and for x

"3, f 1;,\ W. R. Kersey Sunday. In Starke Saturday. 'and daughters, Hazel and Jose Company has a standard two- knee action mechanism the final estate discharge I of J. B.a* Rhoden administrator deceased of
Mrs. H. M. McRae and son Arthur 'phine of Miami of last door on display, but the master said, "Is
A Sullivan was attending to spent part Announcement Is made here today he an Integral This 20th day of December, 1934.
I'i'; were visiting Mr. and Mrs. business in Starke Saturday.R. 'week here as guests of Mr. and models will not be available for that there is now available at all part of the car. It cannot be installed M. RHODEN.

r try: T N., Norman Monday afternoon. M. Kersey and U. P. Davis Mrs. W. D. Webb They were accompanied several weeks yet. Standard Oil Company dealers and as an accessory. There will 12-21-4t.l-H

g Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman were In Starke one duy last weekon home by Mrs. Webb The 1933: new standard has been service stations Aerotype Crown be no conversions in the field. Cars

b''I i";j were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. business. and her daughter, Betty Jo, who given virtually the same performance Ethyl line. This the Is lost a new word gasoline In motor, a gaso great will available both with and I Helping mullions

) J, S. Sapp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace were will spend! a few days with them. ability as the master de luxe improvement on the well known without knee action, but they will

y'? burled> visitors to Starke Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby and which, however, departs distinctly Crown Ethyl gasoline, but will ha be built complete at the factory END COLDS

1 \ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zeigler, of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby, and from previous Chevrolets in striking !sold at the regular Ethyl of price.In the Intro-. where special machinery skilled

', there Friday. Jan. 18 and bring Gainesville, were visiting the for 'children spent Sunday here as advances in design of body and luction his announcement of Aerotype Crown Ethyl, workers, and other factors all focus -

\ two. or three fence posts to help mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. guests of Mr. and Mr L. R, trim. The engines incorporating I President W. E. Smith, of the Stand- on the production of this major SOONER :?!
eP g. ": put: a fence around the cemetery. Zeigler Monday evening.Ileilbrofln Gainey. many,Improvements over the 1934 I I \rd Oil Company at Louisville, feature, which is offered only 'Ji\i

I Wire will be there, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Plnholster master motor are of the same size writes: by Chevrolet and builders of high '\\

4 "'. i There will be prayer meeting 'at'' and granddaughter of Miami and and design In both models, which, :and"Through service stations our thousands In this of state dealers we er-priced cars." t J

) d i :Mr.: and Mrs. W. R. Woodle Fri Springs Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Plnholster of In the chassis the chief difference are offering Acrotypo Crown Ethyl, ,

? vyt (f' day night. Miss Thelmii Ilhoden Cor.; Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Is the present in the master de the very last word in gasoline."It ( Accordlngto recent Investigations -I
: : Mrs. L. A. Brown here Friday afternoon luxe of Chevrolet enclosed knee- will be sold at the regular girls are better sleepers than 10II
Crown Ethyl
: : : HAMPTON Mrs. Pearl action suspension, now entering its Ethyl price. Aerotype
n- Bryan daughters I has been perfected for tho express boys. They rest more quietly and Stl M '
IuS a ', I I Ml ass Ad. Nlromi. Ci rre.po ..cleMr. .' Evelyn and Lenonu left Sun- L. L. Morgan and daughters Hazel second year improved In construc- purpose of starting more quickly, drop off to sleep more quickly. and ,
t day for their home In Morrlston and Brunnell of Tampa spent tion and operation. warming up the motor more rapidly t10N ;
Mr-s-M.: : of I :
: i"; and Simmons, ) and with
more completely! A
the two models vaporizing
I after a two weeks visit here with Monday here with friends and rel Mechanically I
; ,: ,i" Ocala who have been the guests the absolute elimination of all knocking -
{ ..........
4 ; her father W. C. Rhoden.A. atives.
of 30
and with increase %
) Mrs. an
{ iof Mrs. Simmon's mother leaves have been widened, modi-
,d" J. Rhoden and Roscoe Fnrrlah H. P. Gainey was transacting potential COLDS ua
; W.,T. Saxon for several days have of Lake Butler were visiting business in Gainesville Monday. fled and tapered to give greater "For the power.first time In Aerotype 6 66; FEVERrh VaP 1; r
j at
;returned to their home.Mr and -
flexibility remove possibility true aviation -
Mr. Rhoden's father W. C. Rhoden Among those from here who at- any Crown Ethyl a g8.80line
12'' and Mrs. Alvin McKlney andy of squeaking.The has been convened into automobile et dap
Sunday. tended the funeral of Mrs.
h ,I i >y; of Brooker were the guests Maggie distance from center to cen- use. Headachesimnn
t /.flot: J. P. Sullivan last Sunday. Richard Taylor, of Jacksonville I Sutton at Elzle's Chapel Sunday "The Standard 011 Company is TAHMOTS .. .
1' Mrs. ter of the springs Is now 123 with its best wishes I- .A I. .... .
{ of Starke was a visitor here Sunday after afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. proud to offer "L'lol Oakr
JI. Mrs.. W. B. Alexander I Inches. for the New Year a new product "BOPII
o i ea,'i' was visiting here this week. noon.Mr. Kelley and children Mr, and Mrs.S. This gives the Ford car the equi- Aerotype Crown Ethyl." I
and Mrs. Sam Petty of Gulf M. Mott and children Miss
P of Bradford
Miss Alta Rhames, one valent of better than that length
? .f ', successful teachers, Hammock spent Sunday with her Mary Mott. Mrs Cyphus Harrell,
> wheelbase and far
t : riding qualities have in common numerous Important
friends and relatives In mother, Mrs. Bell Parmenter en- Mrs. J, J. Morgan and son. Clarence I HOTEL LEAMINGTON
? Is Visiting In excess of the ordinary car of Improvements in constructionand
route to Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stuart,
t South Florida.
; \\tr. that
Earl Parmenter spent a few daysIn Miss Lubedia Pinholster and T. B. length. design. Both engines have an
:(,' Rev.. Lyle will preach at the Jacksonville last week. Plnholster. Mrs. Sutton will be remembered The transverse spring design, an original system of high pressure "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"
Church next Sunday mornIng -
Baptist feature of Ford
outstanding cars to
I Harley Thornton was visiting in here as the daughter of jets supplying oil connectingrod
'I :;:i1 / 'and Rev. Cutshaw of Tennessee since their inception permits free bearings and electro-plated
South last
Mrs. Sally Mott.
c : will preach at the evening ser "
action all four wheels. Double-
on heavier and
vice. I I Mrs. Ella Kite and ton Albert Church services were held at the pistons crankshafts NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
.1 C
,' action hydraulic shock absorbers other features that contribute
'' visitors to Jacksonville last
4 The Public School heretiF were Baptist Church here last Sundayby
+ (,1 opened acting Independently are used. Operating better performance smoothness Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay
Thursday. the Rev. G. E. Mc-
Jan 7, with good attendance. Both I pastor
as a unit with the springs, and economy. In both chassis
f i teachers and pupils were delighted Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Underhill Gauley.Mrs. these shock absorbers add mate- newly designed clutches more effective Opposite Union Bus Station
to return to their work. business in Irene Thigpen of East Pa-
1 I' I were transacting rially to the new ride as does the braking systems stiffer
l Jacksonville last latka spent Sunday here as guest
I low center of gravity of the new frames and other advances in design -
,.' NO. T.IHKPOIIT Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones were of her sister Mrs B. F. Hazen.
It t if OF TUB roxmriov OF'ri give greater ease of operation
The HANK OP OTAHKR. at dtarkr, I visitors to Starke Sunday. She was acku ipanled home by her car.Still another important comfort increased durability and a Lowest Rates Ever QuotedSingle
{b ,, Via. I. tae able .( Florida' at Ikeclou Miss Mae Rhoden who has been mother. Mrs. Alice Oliver and her feature Is wider .
provided by the
better ride.Amplifying
of Imalim. IK.14. I
? .t J:1-.E'.I.;: : spending sometime In Morrlstonhas daughter, Miss Muriel Thigpen seats in the 1933 Ford. Front seats his announcementthe
roans and l>l. _, who had the week here with
:, Overdraft. (Old i'ountn) ___-.?$ 19,973.91 8084 returned home. spent vary from four and a half InchesIn two new Chevrolet lines for Room with Bath _____________________ $1.50
1Ijj1 Mrs. Hazen.
JIIit,, ;,'. United Plates' Honda H. 0. and the sedans to five and a half 1935: W. E. Holler general sales Double Room With Bath ___________________ 2.00
1 U Corp. Bonds8,282.00 Mr. Mrs. R. M. Galney and
/ County and Municipal RISING Inches wider In the coupes than In manager of the Chevrolet Motor
I o Unnda _____________* 89,60000BerultleH daughter Eloise of Olustee were the previous cars. Rear seats are Company, this week stated that ALFRED SIMONS, Manager.
k,, depostwitState Mrs IL M. McRae, Correspondent visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.L. .
one and a halt inches wider. )
TreaNurar for enclosed knee action optional on R
l Stockholders Heeerve Fcrt;; ; R. Gainey here Sunday.Mr. srt
W. ------- -----
+ I'/-I'I _____. Mrs. J. of Plant City
__ 3,00000 and Mrs S. H. Rltch of -=- r ,
,;f RankFendeeng Ho us e, Furniture spent the holidays here with hersoninlaw i 4l
b Raiford were vlHltlng her parents, i I ...
t and. Fixture ______ 7,601100Other and. Mr, and ,4'I ; ;
daughter J
Heal Relate;; Owned 33,100,00 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Wednes- l ---- = ,. ...
Claims and Other KeaourceH Mrs. H. H.; Lewis. = ====: P= -- =- == --' =- -__ _-
day: .. --
\{, (Tax Certificate. = == ===== = -=
The'Agrlcultural .
P&; s :'i .) ..___. .- 780.71 Agent was visIting =_== ==, =- = ==== = = = = -
,"11 "tl"b'; Cash on Hand and Dued In this section Tuesday. ===: ...
from tanks (0"11) 3,689.23 \ :
Elder and :
Mrs. W. E. Hall of -
due' from MnnV ---iJffjJ- -
} j I ,;; !!f., Cn.\.n.\ .pay TfUHt De- Green Cove Springs were visiting E. Crews CorrespondentMrs. = -=\ == 1= ----
=== .==:; =
: pnHllH --- -- 88.080.20! Mr. and I;;;;;;;;
Mrs. H.
"t, '1 United| Platen' Tlnnd to M. McRae. Saturday
4 ,t. 'PIlY Trimt nopoHlta 1017404, Vcrdie Barker of Jacksonille -
,! Lose |In settientante .. _., 1,7511.00 lOR 1935 : ---- ;;
I'"," Friends of Mrs. M. L Lewis are spent the week-end here with -- .- .,
ti" (; .. Total __ 1374,783 .Jrs.. Effle Carter === =- ;;;:-
t9 ll glad to know that her little son, ;;;::; --11 o ==-- =
MAIIII.iriKflCapital == = = ==== == "
Miss Eloise Hardee returned
Hinrk rnld In .. IS.nno,onHurpIUK Edward, Is Improving. The little -- #'
":;.. """"", Kuml, .... ..._- 223.68Undivided fellow was badly burned Christmas Sunday after a two weeks visit at ;:::::. --- -
Profit (r enn
the State Farm with relatives.
,' !c Kxp nnea and 1 Taxes morning. .. -- -
-- -- -
Hnl.ll 753.34 Miss Gwendolyn Miss Jewel Carter was the guestof ,
;p \ Buddlngton. accompanied
e Ii I StocUhoMurn liability Reserve Statutory. Fund. 100000 by Mrs. W, J. Fonts Miss Ruth Griffis at Maxvllle "0., -'
Deposits (Old Hextrlrtnri. ) ..1711.015 Monday. > -
r 1 ;r. motored to Jacksonville -
., Saturday. -
3 ., IllllM Payable Fln ni Heconetructlon >" Coip__ 2973930 Mrs. Fonts will spend a few days Miss Kathleeen Hardee returned I'
r)*p nltn (rnrentrlctv. l) U,133.24 with relatives. Miss home from Starke Sunday where I
.. stock AMHe.Hmenta Collected -
; 1,03500 was accompanied home by Mr. and she spent the Christmas holidays. ,
0 r \\t ----- ----
Mrs. L. A. Crosby and children Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter of

'a: ," '\' Total STATE! OF.t"loRlDACOUNT J74.7HJ\ OFBltADFOItn. .11 who spent the week-end here with Maxvllle were visitors here Sun I III!

aC i :' i. I ('. I I.. Hicu-kwelt.. PP.t rotmervntor r.f their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. day.Mr. II ::
:y;;, 4r the above-named" Hunk do noloimilvwear McRae. and Mrs M. L. Crews, of
j" ,r' that the above, ntntomnnt' la Remember services at Corinth Raiford were visitors here Sunday.
ti ", true to the hunt of my knowledge,
''i! and.. official belief and thut It In In rmponnet Church next Sunday. .
nntlne to report" liv the
j;, i i; "1. Comptroller of the Stets' of (<'..,rlda..IJ 4Hallcystls. Ford Established _
y 1 b,: i;. U "HTOfKWlSLl' or seat-bottles, a species -

j", ?.' SubixTlhril. and sworn<'nn.erv"lor.to before of seaweed found off the Bermuda New StandardOf
.IJ t i Ii! me thin 41'h day of January, 11)36.) coast. are the largest single
fJ : Notary 1'uhlle. cells in all plant: life, often grow Riding Comfort

)( LP!, Clerk of, flrvult( Court. ing to the size of hen's eggs. -

;. : It body Fundamental and chassis l advancement design that establish in-

AMAZE A MINUTE an entirely new standard of

tiding comfort Is an outstanding

4 1L. SCILNTIFACTS: :. BY ARNOLD feature of the new 1935: Ford V-8 .

j placed on exhibit here by J.' W.
Andrews, Jr.

i While the modern styling of the .
new'car haa attracted many no
Y.M I 'IT rf other feature of the Ford V-8 has NewBeauty'and \ .
t t claimed so much attention and ad-

f miring comment from visitors according

-La to Ford dealers. .

r is (th i_ tNCTMM 21. IUiN8III)awaua prlngbase"The combination basic of new"extended treat.

'1)y Ilir B4M tMM ment of the springs and spring

i OI A MMth sMly, mountings Introduced for the first CO 'Od Zone

krr a time a In revolutionary the new Ford-change togetherwith in the ? Riding

l '' ; riding position of passengers and
5Ft the retaining of free action on all

) l't t''r I 11 four wheels are responsible forth
w''A / new comfort of the 1933 mod
titi els. THE new Ford V-8 for93 !here! It is not only around at no extra cost. A luggage compartment .

Seats In the new cars are located in appearance-with new, streamlined in back of the rear seat. Bigger tires. New
between the front and rear
11 '% \ wheels where riding ease Is great body and luxury-fitted interior. It introduces a easygoing brakes, and a dutch that.will delight

est. In this position all, road new Zone ...
motoring experience-Comfort Riding woman who drives.
shocks and bumps transmitted to

the frame from uneven pavement The body of this new car is mounted on a new Remember-when you buy a Ford you get the, '

f Q \ ,;1 1IOl and rough to the roads vanishing are minimized point. almost Full-floating Springbase. All passengers are basic advantages of a powerful V-8 engine an t''

The rear seat has been moved cradled in the Comfort Zone between the springs. all-steel safety body and the most economical cat''

ef OCW4 forward to a position eight and a As a result even back seat passengers now enjoy to Ford has built.
!, 4DI$0$ ..e 1y half. Inches further ahead in the .. operate ever .
,s w tmy t710flIrJ1.-a J ."" 'sr, this being accoi" 11-' "front seat r/V n" 'art" See this new Ford V-8 today.

s J op YIAae A00,TMI y.- i., 'l"g: the enilu.j t><. ? .? Not-o! :... iu_y other new features of this
HuOMM RIVM 60 MUM 1 tance toward the front without t

; '!1 MOW ttawb Grr A : changing the length of the wheel- Ford, V-8 for 1933. More body room, with $495.00,AND UP P. O. B., Detroit .

MINi OVM A deg base. The front springs. Increased teats up to 5H inches wider. Safety glass all Buy ttrmi Onnih Umfftrul CrtJil Cfc, 1

seven and five-eighths Inches in Ox AtO rind lWtI"- PI**. '" .
length are now mounted three and

five-eighths Inches In front of the

axle; the lengthened rear springstwo

and a half Inches toward the J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

+ t Oe rear, compared with the former
+q rWl Itt l model. Both springs are softer to ,

Improve! riding! qualities and the STARKE
_. .

',tAglaknc lalgld ;i4a '" 1l .. .a dJ7'' +Ijt 'S ,{ q vf-(, A uCqg.. "v.rf'i, : "?,"",, Sgr.l"" .
: :
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LOOKING FORWARD IN riiirnr ('01 U'I' nt niitnKOHI n"iMunn rlnlmlna, Any Hunt title l oritvriHt tion N8 and N+y of 'WV4 of.NB
lel1'Y KI.OIIIIIl. In or to the following des and /, of NHH of NWVl7and SW4G
ll\Mt MIY. fulbiul In pith", tn-wlt: of SWfc of NK'4' eif Section 10. all
Everybody la looking forward to M. A. SMITH, as MquUlatnr far let n .xcel,1 i two acres In the In Town hlp 7 Mouth flange 22 Jo a.t.
] Bradford High School Journal ] the second semester with more Mradfuitl County Hunk, a UOIIKIIUtlon !Routhea.t' corner, and the 8Ci"O'o all that portion of NWV of
: I North half of (..,t 12 nil In Hrni./: Section IB, TownHhlp 6
, hard work and better grades. Wo rininurr linn 7, Tuwnnhln/" South flange Koinli.' Range 23 Kant: which lion
i hope that school will be free from vs. "\* DO Kuar: and the NIV /. of the West of H. A. U Ity. Rlitrht-of.way ,
WILLIAM rmioomna Mr'AL1 KWW of Hmtlon A Townnhl| T and containing about nine nrr''i*, '
__ ./ boredom, and everybody will he Defendant South, Range 20 l'1nst.\: All I In Also N",(, of B> of 8WV4 of B15V4nf .
Hradfnrd County Florida' Section 18, TowiiNhln 6 South ,
happier and try to do his best. TUB
STAFF Alice Yarborough. Wanda Pearce OF Take not low that n milt has h..rn JUnge 22 Cant. :'
Course For Girls I The seniors are looking forward r>TO'! Wllllum 1>1'1 FI.Onll"I I Instltlted. III the Hliovn named' Court Also, T.otn 1. 2 and mock 21
Leon Gray Marjorie Sue Middle- i Phillip' .
Di l y the filing of a sworn hill I of con,- In Addition tgt
==-PJdltor-ln-Chlet to making this semester a Mary I"oil. J. M Shaw, I : : Tmple'n Town of $
Porothy Sapp Being Given Now ton Hazel Fields, Billy Overstreet known a HO pmliit l by the 1 itliov0 nhned, M AKnilth I Utarke Florida.W. .
Edltor-In-Chlef an Jane M Shaw and an J. .
WynnAsst. banner
Elaine for I it be the last UM l.hintdiitor for Hrttdfoidioiinty
> year may
Editor Lee Overstreet Beth M /Shaw: Sr. and .T. KPPERSOM.
MarwlckBxchanM Mary Merry an Jamen" M shuw 1 hank
Ion .I
orothy n corporal aalilnlntlff )
Exchange Knight, Agues Lewis Bradley time they wll have a chance to increase Si-, and his wife Mary Ann Mhnw : :: : miBkfnw to quiet: and:: .oo A "Sheriff' nf Hra tordKNro.'TUlkJllt
irma'stockweirrrrri-lterary. Editor "Home Hygiene And Cnre of theSick" their knowledge at old alnu known an Marian Shaw and at riini his lll( an an Indnfeaiiltila r..1. / "
Marjnrl; Marwlok-..t. Lit. Editor Is Given Senior and Geiger Marvin Montgomery.. M A. Shaw: John M. I.VWIH a* I hoadmlnlmratiir lmlll ie tltlu to the abnvn Jr..Sporta ;tJdltor, Bradford High. of the entitle of' ItieharA against: you and each of you I for 1
Louts Davie __..Aaet. Sport EdItor Post Graduate Girls.A l P. Lewis IvuenHcil, IL tParkvi'i aa defendanta. and HMO, against the .1
_Society The twelfth grade ass been I/'. Moody 1. C. fol and E C followInK other. ,
t Bnyder Editor FIRST D :,; (li-ri'iiUantM. tn-\Vlt:
Lillian aoo. the American Coin 1 Individually and an oopnrtnera ; Th. First National
Sternberg. Aa.t. studying Observe Hank nf _. new optional course for senior Miss Hazel AdkliiH, Teacher doing; 1 liunlnatiH H, Moody 'n loA I
ile .Joke Editor : nrllllon, Haiti V. LynnalHo
June Whitfieid '*_AMt- Joke Editor and post graduate girls la now be- Anise Green Gloria Cooper. and have gained some Important WHIPS t Mary Inwlx, 191isxbnth nnwu an Ms.14, V. Lynn and OVIR 'f
j W AndersonJr. thoughts each week and while ware and her hnnhamt George W 1>. U Lynn her hnnhand: ; A D. Slew, WORUD
A. offered here at school. The .
: ing WIIIlM, Arbla Denmark
$ Thelma Grlffis Alice Parker. also known JOH. I;. Wilson and lion Wllxon his N
\,, .Jessie: M. Brannen.__..A..t. Ent.r. name of the course Is "Home Hygiene facing the new year we hope an Irene Unnmark, and her husband wife L. A. Hrown and Millie U i ER\llS
talnment EdItor and Care of the Sick." The that you will gain some helpful James Martin I.owlH Denmark also Harnh known Ann BH Jan Hull. H. Hi'own Ilia wife, .A. A. IfaBvn, and' 4ra

Mary Lucille lmnyDam.tRoswell course will be taught from the Red SIXTII GRADB thoughts from "The Pursuit oHappiness" Lewis Stephen I.cwlM w. Mo. lsw4 Mrs Manilaard. I '
:. Ai ; Tina M TtiKKRFnnro:: TO cars
alas known a W. lowl,, J. M.
Noeg.IJunlor lit Reporter Cross text of the same name. Miss Jacob, Teacher\ taken from the January Lewis alas known aa John M. Lewla, MAM, YOU AND, I EACH OF YOU! .
(Price 75c). Ferol Jones Louise Stern issue. Al..xanil.r Lewis| A U l.nwln, Thornaa to Hiipcur, In sold above entitled !
Lewis, T. C. Lewis ran on Monday' the 4th day of
CALENDAR OF EVENTS Mrs. Carol Keen tnman formerB. Frankie Hitch Gladys Johnson Irvin Did it ever strike you as being Sarah Lewis; :John Alexandor Kmlly tawlH lira,, February: A L>, Is18. otherwise thalleKatloiiN I (

Monday Jan. 14-Girls Glee Club. H. S. graduate and registered Tlllman, Edward Barnes rather strange that we give 80 ham John C. Eddie, J. ('. Eddie! will lie taken of NIL id o..t..II".1 bill of .."", plaint.
John H rarl.; Jr and Henrietta 1>. at by you.WltnoitH
Monday Jan. 14-Faculty Meeting nurse will teach the course which L'Etta Corpenlng Frances Over- much of our thought to trlvllaltle Harl his wife, "'. N. Shaw' and his my hund and the offltlnl
16 Glee street) Mary Lorz the Stockwell, wife Thandorla. Shaw Franila I. Mo- Heal of and! Court ut Staika llrad'
Wednesday -Boys will hold its sessions twice week and so little of it to the central fall, F. I. MrCall, Samuel I'. lane, ford County Florlin.i :{ thin 3rd day of
Club.Wednesday. ly on Tuesdays and Thursdaysfrom Billy Griffis. problems of our lives T We are W. H Lane and N. A. Lane his. wire, January A. n l l 15A 't

Jan. 16-P. T. A. Meet 10:40: a. m. to 12:20: p. m. all engaged for example in the Stephen I'BWlaA Hull. J u Lewis a Kunrilliin.I Cnillv for I T., WH C| i ; J Clerk, THOMAS.An I'liiMilt. rnnitHradfmil ,
Ing.Friday This course will hold great purusit of happiness. We long. and' Marsh I.owla Mra' M Hellvn Country FloridaOFFIC1AI. .
Merry Beth Knight expressedthe Brawn, M. Hrown I. T ( SI3AIKNUIIIT )
all else
above for life which Is full Shaw ,
Jan. 18-Assembly Second tical value for those girls who sentiments of the entire class Lewis T h.lw, Dr. OH. Noble alno:: A KNIt11TAttorneys I'lulntlff!: \ ,
of security, peace contentment known an U.: H Nohlua, I* for
Period. take it, especially in later life. Henry .1 "0
when she said. "We're so glad we and positive ploasure. We wish Cloniona alan known ,.. it. 4*_ .-.1..ni 1-4-61-2-11 >
nuN, R".I' I''l\h' Clemona; his. ; --
"It is the most practical course have our room heated. wits
that our days may be free from Thna'V. PH his, J. t'. Mol.emura andHuBle 1 s11hI1M'r's sai.nHereby
SOCIETV being offered In the school at pres- Mrs. Kincaid. boredom, that they may be bright : MrLvmoro hid wife, A. I N.
Miss Lillian Sternberg visited ent," says Mrs. Carpenter senior Shaw' W H. I'leimma and lanlflamona .. :: ('OoJ.. itlvon tint under'
colorful and attractive. But how his wlfo, MargaretVard', and hv virtue I that reitnln writ.
Mlsa Peggy Turnbull In Gainesville teacher, "and the most useful In First; Grade Honor Roll O Section much quiet and effective thought the unknown heirs. at law, ItKatoraand of execution iNHiieil. on May 3lBt, A.
the holidays. later life." Carol Bobbie devlaeea of J. U. Cona ilncfaMed.and D, 1911: hv and! tinder the I hand and
during Coleman Edwards
do we give to the problem as to :I of h7! H, Ward dnctniNed, and: ofHoliet Heal oil; Clerk: of circuit Court of UP| TO your Mn In work..
Miss Dorothy Marwlck spent So far, about twenty-five girls Ralph limes Ben Kite G. W. Mc- what makes for happiness and as .t Lewis flei'waHed., and of varhuf lltadfoid. Ciinnly, ).Flmlda' on that .Terr nerve at Ugh tension.
1 part of the holidays in Jacksonvillewith have enrolled. We all wish this Kenney Elizabeth Barker EffleGriffls to how the road to happiness maybe them; W.the A.unknown Register persons 4> .Company conotltutlnir Coint rei tain whi'ii'ln judKiiient Hank of rerun of Htaike In ,aald a No wonder ;you in* at the wife

+ friends. Important class every success! Helen Johnson Rosette hopefully traveled? How much If an ass,,,'laIion I a luirtnorHhlp' cotpoiatlon, la !plnliitlff. and Itny and bark at the children,
I't. : I: lOdwaida and J. W lidwarda': are defentluntK Watch cat! OvcrwmrteilMUMI
and Joe Edwards Raines, Angelene Thomas. H. J Shaw, dude Cnno Daniel I'1.) i
CharlesPender -- do to the beat ,
,w attention we give Lynn, I hl.] N. AmteiHon and. I.lnnU OAnileiHon I have lovled upon and lead to ...
enjoyed a visit In Miami during i 4TII GRADE HONOR ROLL Miss Annie Mae Pearce,.Teacher possible organization of our activities hiM tvlfet! If alive, and It will Nell to HIM, hlKhent. mid ,beat may BlexptoMM. ..
bidder for cash on Mondav., the 4lli Nervous Headache NCM ..
11 of them lie .1. then In the
r + the holidays. Joe Andrew III, Jimmie Griffis, ? We chaRe this bubble and any unknown heirs. "th law: !lexal'I rvpieaMiitatlvua luv of' KeliniHiy, I lulfi: during the Indigestion and a host sit
\9. Miss Mignon Sisson spent the Virginia Anderson, Sara Barefoot Honor Roll First Grade roll I that. We go after a certain objective davlnnea I .logatftoa" and li'Kul. hour. of Male, In front of the ether nnpleaaant dbtarbaaeetv
In Jacksonville. Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu Davis. J. L. Sweat Bernice Cooper, is hand grantees "f' earh such deieaned per Month door of the County Court don't
holidays which near at then house of Hrndford County In Slarko, Why you try Dr. Mlet
'll Pant and to \V. A. HejrlMter A Coml :
Miss Irma Stockwell visited her Dorothy Lee Johns, Alvertine Esther Grlffls Alescia Noegel. Jessie turn to another. We drift down >nnv, Its unknown htuieaHora. iri'an Flmlda, the fnll"wng.: fatale. i lying Kfferrwemt NerrlM TableUt f

slater in Shamrock during the hol- Johnson, Patsy Keen Katherine Mae Byrd. Josephine Johns, the stream of life grasping at te to"N to and UOHA aHi I/ee luriia,Ward If a, :T.'ararallun I'. Wxr.iJr. : : and Florida being, or In an xald much 14 thereof nd. .ford an County la ennentlul Just one In a half gUam "

idays. Kinlaw Barbara Snow Clarice Mable Leach. straws of satisfaction hoping to ., Thelma Kelly and Irady Kelly to natlHfy. said jiulKinent, water makes a pleasant spar

Miss Inez Dempsey visited In Thomas. Mrs. Hart Teacher. Miss Madge Middleton, Teacher, meet our heart's desire as we go her husband Onarlta Hnilth and Ira with(From voala point. of execution where Houth, tn-wltt line nfHeitlon .ie drink delightfully aoothIs
Rill her htinhiinil' Riga Nordelieiwe' .r-tazed
' New Smyrna during the holidays. along and then too often we find and:::I' her htiMlinnd Hugo I Noidel: .,ei we, 21, Townahtp 6 Houlh. Hantra I ko OT nerroa.
Lucille Torode visit 6T1I GRADE HONOR ROLL 2nd Grade Honor Roll I''lursneVnrd, Htella :Mav 82 KtlHt, ctoHaea weNt ..11(" or HtaleItoad Dr. ICO** Nervine to n.w
Mary ourselves dashed against the rock .
Orvllln Waid. Roswell \Vard, No. 13, them** run Northeily -.d. In two forma-Liquid and ,
ed in DeLand during the holidays. Jack Halle Stanley Noegel, Levis Bobby Biggs Herbert Green, of unforeseen rapids or maroonedon Ward and Sir.,. Cm I Word, vllr.II'1:: along said,, Htate lti>ad 5HHVli feet KffMrreaeant Tablet. Beta haw
Starling Melvin Wiggins Mack Futch Bryan Harrell Gene Ward, Klnrona Weld ami\ I ti, point: of heiilnnlnH:, them WHM-
; I barren shoals! the sam soothing .< Floien, Ward his. wife, Itimnttn.. terly at right, aiiKlua to said load
FIFTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Garneta Hubbard Carolyn Keene, Noegel, Berta Lee George, Oleeta lioit ollle Mathvny and her huabnn.i lOG feet thence' Noitherly painllel $1-00 at year drag stern ;
Mira Eunice Perkins Teacher Elaine Marwlck, Emmaline Mor- Green Betty Hayes, Gaemita Hut- We are starting out now on aNew ::: : I. M P. Mathenvt: the plan I of to alil 1 mad.: : G,old.feet to n Htreet.Ihenoe mtlil
Year. not make this a nloiiir street to
Why iwHldttiU' nf each of whom la nn -
\ Billy Boulware, Enos Hayes, Jr., gan, Sadie Prince. Alta Smith. ton, Barbara Keen Betty McRae, resolution We need not kno\\n: "Samuel It. Ward ami MIMHiiniiml road and thenoa alonw mild road, to
Othma Haynes, Jr., Joe Allen Lan- Miss Edna Strickland., Teacher. Roberta Whitfield. Mrs. Rltch. time of ? U Ward his wife em-h. of point I of Ueitlniiliiir:: In.\ Sl'1of( HR'i' ;;e nEJOJ
swear to do a host of specific full Hemlnole Ave, 11,1.1! W, of HW'4' of mild H ctlon, Tuwn.hipand iJ fJ
der, Jacqueline Andrews, Carrie : : W"J" ; Range
'we not determine W Ward and Mra I his
Belle Bennett Dorothy Green, Riv- 1ST GRADE Honor Roll Third A things, but can wife each of Dunlin. Oat; lUnxhiunWnnl AlHii iHl'n'' of MIC": i nf' HWVi 'In Pee- ( [ N
J. M. Dixon. : to study the possibilities of the and Mra. Illoxhani Wanl his tlon 1 n I a Mouth, llitnife2J Y NE
Hundley Billle Marwick Shire Mrs. Klnrald Teacher .
ers 'years before us and to find out wife sash of Ilott-J Hellevua. HunFianclauo : "KiiMtAIHO
ley Morgan, Thelma Ricks, Geraldine Gerald Griffis, Sarah Emma Miss Lucile Edwards, Teacher Cnl and to any and all H'<, of awof' SWH of Sec k
what we can do or be In order to trh
Silcox Bertice Silcox Selma Cruz Aletha Thomas Bill Wainwright -
of satisfaction
Thornton. I Marlon Manning, Mary Honor Roll Fourth Grade gain the maximum
A Class-Violet Johnson Lois and enjoyment In life ? What
the long run do we most want to
Thornton Othma Grlffls Harold
do? What wi'l!! we be able to do?
Johnson Buford McKInney Junior
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Smith Evelyn Coleman Maggie After answering these questionswe YQ
uur Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for U. to Render Sweat. may chart our courses and become p

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE B Class-Mary Dixon, Carolyn within limits- the masters of

MODERATE PRICES Green, Richard Jackson. our destinies.

k DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY Miss Hlnsou, Teacher. It Is commonly assumed that r

t + STARKE. FLORIDA the acquisition of wealth In the ;; % Ji #?
condition of satisfied
,. I2TII HONOR ROLL FOR DEC. most dependable
Jessie Mae Brannen Frances living. There Is but a small

-adman, Melva Crosley Elouise I measure of truth In that aMRurnp-

Fomby, Myra Frlnk Blake Uon. A minimum of material S
Jackson. Dorothy Marwlck. Earn- things we do require but given b StOQ 1 Q o OG
ForExpert RepairingSmith's
est Morgan Herbert Packham, that.mlmlmitjp-larger' possessions
Dorothy Sapp Ruby Shaw Louise do not count for much In terms of. J.. 5 p Gj o Pr

Snyder, Ivan Sponholtz Anita contented living. Wa go on assuming

Wainwright, Edward Wainwright, that If we make money we

5' M. E. Wynn. can go out and buy happiness withit
GaragePhone and we Ignore the opportunities -

11TII GRADE of priceless yet unpriced enJoyment <' 4 'p.

which lie about us If only .
Audrey Hall Vonda Inman Lea
120 Retta we learn to see them. r
Jeffords Marjorie Marwlck,
Your road to happiness may not Vt
Sue Mott
Mary Simeon Phillips
Wrecker Service Day or Night Alice 'Rouster, Lorraine Smith be the same as your neighbor's
( moved You must study your own disposition -
now ) Iona Tillman. "Dot"White auy asefr rODA Y

Elaine Wynn. your, own your opportulntles.own likes and Discover dislikes,

I your own Promised Land. Then ,

m I I build a road to it and travel that h t4L1Q ;

OFYOUR road with open eyes and with un

falling courage. But your first jobIs thA

the laying out of your campaignfor AFFTY

FAVORITE the conquest of happiness. We G

suggest that you devote some time

1 during the'eary' ) days of the new Accidents from skidding are usually just u mutter E Eof
to that venture In
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bill( GRADE' erg Think what this means in the prevention of acci.

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! You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer McMillan Ethel Packham, Ar- This Is just! one more Important advantage found

lie Sponholtz Oleta Smith Ethel only In Firestone tires.! Besides this Non-Skid

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derhill, Irene Davis, Rudolph Andrews -
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last fifteer. consecutive! years.
Vernle PhllllpH, L. O. Jones, Fran-

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BEGmmrant William GrtnTOliver\ Hutto, > V
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"' Woman's Club Holds next November. ---=

; LORIU IiGHLIG ITmnnan Interesting :Meeting\ The club voted unanimously t0(

I' Irn N wnnn nnnr" Ina rnnnNtN, lies On Wednesday afternoon, Jan- accept MIss Pearle Manning. Mr
f '-3oclcIJJj Junius M:. Smith and
!; : uary Starke 9,held the the Woman's first meeting,Club of of Peterson as members of Mrs.the Hops club

Mrs. Hope Peterson
the organization for the year 1939. home dora
The president, Mrs. Edward onstratlon agent of Bradt,,,..!!
County was Introduced '
k '! Burns, presided over the meeting byne'

k'4 W. M S. Hold Circle Miss Jackson Is Bride which was in the nature of a re- president ly her work, and In she the explained county. hrkf.

ception for the many new mem-
'f' Of Mr. Slade
Heeling The afternoon's
bers. Mrs. E. L. Biggs gave an program wa! 'II

,.: The circles of the Woman's Missionary Miss Flora Belle Jackson, of interesting report of the Sectional charge of Mrs. Harold C. Wall,

Society of,.the Methodist Baconton, da., who has frequently; A Club meeting which wall held In chairman of school, assisted ov

,\. Church met Monday afternoon and vlnltctl here with her slaters, Mrs. 4 J ., j 7ti' w Fernandina on December 16. Mrs. Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, and wag
'I made plans for church activities. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T., T. k / U D. Vinlng. chairman of health, I as follows:

The pastor, Rev. B. M. Montgomery Long, was married last Thursday Introduced Mrs. Soggard, one of Three numbers by seven doll

:. vlHlted each circle for a short afternoon to Mr. Thomas Howell 1 t"K the state supervisors of health, from the third grade taught by

{. time and talked on work that ha Slade of Albany, at the home of who spoke beautifully of the work Mrs Grace' Wainwright 1. ,a

wished the Society to do. her mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson, in being done and of the duties of poem, "Six Little Dollies' by Al

f' Circle No. One was entertained Baconton.The tl,, fV: a / the county nurses and asked the berta Woodard, Marjorie Davis,

,'( ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. following account of the I$ club members to assist when possi Patsy Ruth Walnwright, Fay Yar-

G. Halle, the hostess being Mrs. wedding will be of interest here: p ? ble.Mrs. brough, Monteen Warren and Ruth

1 Halle and Miss Olive Ray. Fragrant Marked by beauty and simplicitywas Donald MacQueen in a very Anders; 2-Song, "Sunbonnet Sal.

I' narcissi were used to make the marriage of Miss Jackson pleasing manner, gave a report of I IIY and Overall Jim" by Patsy Ruth
the: music study club and of the Wainwright and John
the room more attractive where and Mr. Slade, which was solemnized Klnlaw; 3-
i the guests. were seated. annual meeting held in Gaines Doll dance by all seven dolls.
i': at 4:00: o'clock. The Rev. i
rk4l des."rJx 'wrerwwael :, ville last month. She announced Piano solo "Danse .
This circle is led by Miss Olive D. Q. Mann, of Macon, extension d'Olaf (PickManglagalll
: Ray, assisted by Mrs. Carrie Ritch that the next annual meeting of, )-Mrs. L. A. Canovn
of the South
secretary Georgia r wn. ,.w. .,. Mei, ,vy fy l K A hi the northern Florida
music federation
: ; and at this meeting Mrs. A. Z. Conference, performed the impressive Following the program a social

:, Adkins was elected secretary and ring ceremony in the presence i$ THE' S7PANGE &*>&U> ? & would be held in Starke half hour was enjoyed. ,

Mrs. W. G. Halle treasurer A of an interested gathering. of; : *-\'imetti" n4.** i jtfSf -

tJ:, ,beautiful candlelight consecration friends and relatives. SAQGASSO fiSh' r
: service was carried out by the FOUNDN FIOJS/DA
An improvised altar across one :J.ISTORC7ZNTVetltRCJI.
: "! leader, assisted by Mrs. J. W. Unite House
corner of the darkened library, NArFes Fancy
White, Mrs. B. M. Montgomery,
rf where the vows were made, was EvaporatedMILK Blue Hone
: Miss, Kate Struth and Mrs. E.., K. aw"y
< '
II 4
banked high with ferns and ; \
." Perryman, and the service was in- palms oS7:AUGUSTING If'j
smilax. In the center three tall
: / J >>
'y' tersperoed with suitable hymns white cathedral candelabra burned /NTEI2GS77NG I RICE
: ': sung in concert. Closing the impressive '
y ,, duet "Have with lighted cathedral tapers and FIOJS/DA LANDAfAI21& "r
; Ij'j service, a No finer' evaporated
An excellent
J i in front, a pair of graceful white grade
Thine Own Lord"
Wuy, was
Af sung floor baskets. were filled with giant HIL OYGe00 milk la made of'whole groin ufee. a'
: by Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs.
p ass .
white and I "
spraysof YEA2S OPAG
Ferryman. Pledge cards were distributed rr rrMi a
; :
ferna. At Intervals about the 3 Cans 170 SUII' 234:1
':l' and pledges made for the IrWHERfECOlfOMYRULES'l ]'
low bowls of
room were yellow
Mrs. J. H. Ritch read '- -- "''m
fir'rpd<< I" year. a rosebud and white -
chrysanthe- -
. ; message to the women of the missionary -
it ? and brass candelabra holdIng
I mumH, -
f:,d society from Mrs. Helen SAVE MONEY ON
r: :If" B. Bourno, secretary of education lighted tapers. In the dining
t room, spacious reception hall and
d ; and promotion. During the social
,, period the hostesses served dainty library, smilax festooned the mantels I' .' COFFEESPECIAL
Ii: ; : oJ.' ',' ..
,,, :'\> light refreshments. and windows. All the rooms

./ CircleNo. 2, Mrs. A. F. Sauls were lighted with burning tapers. V .
\ ,
'. o/; leader, met at the home of Mr. j Before the ceremony Mrs. A. D. !4--; 4 LOW PRICES THIS WEEKEIGIIT

''t ; and Mrs. L. D. Vining, and were Gait, of Albany, played "Trau- II O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR
''r i ac merel,", as a piano selection. Two jJ
entertained Mrs.
who '
i. by VIning. -
beautiful duets "Love Is Mine", lb. 19c lb. 21 lb. 25c 4'
,t I', ,"i t' .used potted plants for decorating&e and "The Sweetest Story Ever Trinity Parish was 'first organized in and baptistery. c

<- room. 1821 ,shortly after Florida passed under' The SARGASSO FISH offers
"7' ,Mrs. Sam Anderson was elected Told, were sung by Mrs. A. Z. an amazing -
circle' secretary; Mrs. W B. Parks Adklris' and Mrs. E. L. {Biggs, of the control of the United States. The cor-?, example of perfect: protection by GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced! ,

(, .'\j treasurer'Mrs.; A. Wood, program Starke. Fla Ushering were Dr. D. nerstone of TRINITY' CIIURClI'was first nature" against constant danger. Some- 14-Oz 18-Os. 24-Oz.

,I chairman; and Mrs. Wilbur A. C. Forehand, of Albany, Mr Powell laid in 1825 but it was not until 1831 thatit times reaching a length'of only three

"' .il Scott will act as assistant circle Carpenter andMr, Tel alr Long, was opened for divine worship. In one inches, it lives exclusively' among the BREAD 6c Sc lOc

r '* leader. The following finance I of Starke, Florida. of the compartments of 'a window is .n, branches of seaweed in order' to avoid _
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I) committee, to serve three months Mrs. D. C. Forehand, of Albany, cluster'of purple grapes recalling the' interesting discovery by voracious fish and hungry RAJAH- Jar Qt. Jar
: 1 Was appointed: Mrs. W. B. Parks, 'the bride's matron of honor and fact that the well known Isabella
sharp-eyed sea-birds. Not content with
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs L. A. only attendant, descended the DRESSINGFt.
tr ; SALAD 15c 27c
owed its
Grape origin and its name_ its protective coloration, it has developeda
stairs alone. She
'\ FN Davis and Mrs. W. A. Bessunt, Jr. was beautifully
! to a faithful member-of;the old church curious growth of filiaments from it" ..
Mrs A. Wood led the service forth gowned in tea rose lace in a dell- .
\' afternoon, which was followed cat flower design. :Airs. Isabella Gibbs, by whom it was first body that so closely resemble the fronds COLD STREAM-ALASKA'S FINEST PINK

'\ r1\' by,the signing of pledge cards for I The bride entered with her propagated. and brought to notice. 1n' )f the weed that it easily escapes detectif -

;{! the year. brother, Mr J. W. Jackson, of Ba- 1902 the church WPS practically! ;; i-h""!,;,," : n. The breast fins of the little creature SALMON Tall Can lOc

. ,\. :During the social period, tempting conton. by whom she was given in f.nd the only part of the P"icirrl i I. cii7"cinow I l'T"e, even developed into arm-like limbs

i light,refreshments were served marriage. She was met at the altar standing is t'%p. rot 1 r ', r--1 : -' ," -:"i vh! the animal holds on to .

t\ 'r;.1. I by'the I hostess.. by the'groom and his best man, *' "cr with tliayjillaof t:10.J'ro.: f ''utcptt' .,I-hl : .. Z ( .- ,:\.'\ ter:,(1. DIXIE CRYSTAL STRINULESSlona
!\ Tender. Cut
(I Mr. Wallace Walker, of Hazel- --
), t; SUGAR
hurst. Tall and slender, the bride's her home .in.Baconton. [ Green'CelebratesBirthday U. D.
"' WE NOW HAVE nman C. Chapter Delightfully
; r brunet loveliness was enhanced by BEANSCans
I Mr. Slade Is the eon of Mr, and ,. "The sweetest Sugar
',' 'SPECKLED PERCH her wedding of lustrous Anniversary.Inman Entertained! ,
, :o't-' AFRESH gown Mrs. W. S. Slade, of Broxtonv; He ... r..'loJd'-. .. .-,., ,. ...... .........,...... .,., ,. ,
) **.* WATER TROUT white satin, which suited to perfection graduated from ;Mercer,University. Gre'n hj;'host to a number Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs '...c...-........... ...' .' "' r ''='-'.c :
x ALL KINDS OF SALT, her girlish beauty. In the front where he was a member of. the of his friends! Friday evening J. M. Brownlee were ho-hostesses S .. Sack 2S8 3 254:1Clot.

m I : *J9!t tVATER FISH. and back the yoke of handsome Phi Delta Theta fraternity For at the home of :his parents, Mr. to the W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. .

APALCIIICOLtOYSTERS lace formed a deep V, and extended some time he has been connected and Mrs L. D. Green, the occasion D. C. the first Wednesday in the RED RIPE-FULL PACKTOMATOES '

f t If i: AND SHRIMP across the shoulders Into points with the Gulf Refining Company being his birthday anniversary.In month, at their hospitable coun- "No. ''
1 Can
I which were let into the long, ScNUTLEy'OLtO
" 1 Among the out-of-town guests the living and dining rooms try home. '
\ -
j 'i; : '_ATMagnolia tight: sleeves. The lace yoke fitting attending the wedding were from where the young folks were entertained The business session was presided r'
Lb. :12c
14, '<'.. : : closely around the neck roll Starke: Mr and Mrs. Powell Cat< quantities of potted plants over by the president, Mrs. L. G. ,

i Fish Mkt. ed softly into a two-Inch collar. penter, Mr, and Mrs. Telfair Long were used as decorations. Contests Powell, and Miss Madge MIddleton FANCY MIXED GREEN AND WHITE '
The skirt belted with a narrow -Albany Herald and and the transacted her duties as '
N games were enjoyed secretary. LIMA BEANS No.
,., ..", girdle of the material, held by a young host was i'the recipient of Tho historian, Mrs. L. A. Davis,
' ",III covered buckle, fitted the bride's 'Terry-Lambe many lovely birthday gifts discussed several of the noted Con- IONA BRAND-TENDER, CUT -

," "J:, Figure, falling below the knees Into ,' Refreshments! of sandwiches, federates whose birthday occurs In BEETS No. 2 Can
:' -- '
and extending Me'and: Mrs. James Lambe *
graceful ripples birthday cake and punch were January, among them :being
lj' Into short train at the back. Her announce the of -- ---- - .. --_-
a marriage, nerved by Mrs. Green The birthday I Hayne, Randle and Thomas J. Cuniullun JLU t
hip-length veil, bordered with their daughter, cake was beautifully decoratedIn Jackson. A paper entitled "RobertE. -
ALP FANCY, Tub or print
r j' :! THEATRE cream lace.was held to the back of Dorothy Graceto pink and green and ,on which I Lee as a College President"was RUTABAGAS 4c t

the bride's dark hair by ;band of was placed small candles, the number read by Mrs George W. Roberts. Firm Head BUTTERJbSScWhole

Jj(.1, %; STARKE, FLORIDA orange blossoms. Continuing the John Joseph Terry giving his ,age., The hostesses,' assisted by Mrs LETTUCE 8c sli"
I 1 ;. creamy tints of the lace .was the December 23, 1934 I L. A. Rennold and Miss -Madge

j PROGRAMBEGINNING bridal bouquet of Franklin D. I Jacksonville, Florida. ,:; Baptist.Circles.Meet Middleton, served a tempting salad stalk lOc Whole Milk "'
': FRIDAY Roosevelt roses and lilies of the The bride la the youngest (laugher course. Fresh

" valley tied with pale yellow tulle. of Mr,' and Mrs. Lambe and Circle Number One of the1 Baptist The February meeting will be CARROTS 7 non; CHEESE"lb'19c

11' &,1,/ FRIDAY, JAN. 1IT11"Limehouse Immediately after the ceremonyMrs. I has a host of friends who' will wish Woman's Missionary Union held in Lawtey, the hostesses being Fresh

':' Blues"George Jackson entertained the bri- her, much happiness. ...,. was entertained by the leader, Mrs. Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. W. E.
' dal party and wedding guests at an Mr. and'Mrs. Terry are residingat J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. W. L. Torode, Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. BEETS lOc Okl-Fnshloned

;' ; ;, n"rt-J'"nn Parker Informal reception U honor of the the home of the bride's parentson Wall at the Wall residence on Charles Dinklns. Fresh ;
' Anna Mae
v" 1'(1.' Wong young couple. The wedding cake LaFayette Street. Cherry Street, Monday.afternoon.The Besides the hostesses, Mesdames Small Onion IIumIJ1EAL 5 lbs 12c '

' In three tiers, was embossed in meeting was opened with I Brownlee, there were present at
SATURDAY, JAN. !12TI1: pastel shades and topped with a Woodmen",Circle, NoticeThe all holding hands and repeatingthe I this meeting: Miss Madge Middle- Fresh

ti u 'Randy. Rides Alone' miniature bride and groom. Lord's prayer and a special ton. Mrs Effie Miner, Mrs. W. E. Tomatoes, Lb. lOc

'ff John Wayne Late in the afternoon Mr. and Starke Grove of Woodmen prayer by Mrs. W. J. Epperson.The 'Torode, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. Fresh Each Winner
Circle will hold their regular meet.
', Also Chapter 10 'The Wolf Dog' Mra. Slade left by automobile fora Scripture reading was taken I E. S. Matthews Mrs. J. W. Andrews -
at the hall next
and Popeye Cartoon wedding trip to New Orleans, Ing at seven-thirty Tuesday1 o'clock,evening at- from Hebrews 41216.: The leader Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick, fEM N 136c GRITS 51bs,15cCooking
c'a doz.
.. after which they will begin housekeeping which time the appointed several committeesand Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Etta Tlson,
: Installation of officers
SUN.-MON., JAN. 13-11 in Baxley, where they for the told of two books which the Mrs. O. W. Roberts, Mrs. 'O. L.Beasley ; (York Imp" Lb. I
,I. ;new year'wlH' -.take Circle will study during this'year., Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. ,APPLES 5c
taken'an For '
"Anne Of Green have ,_ apartment place. tAll A&P Tiny Sifted No. :3 Can
traveling the bride chose a dress Mrs. Charles Overstreet was appointed W. G. Halle, Miss Olive Ray Mrs '
Gables" of wlnc colored velvet, trimmed members of the Grove are chairman of the stele com- W. L. Wall, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, BANANAS PEAS 25c-

i 'Anne Shirley-Tom Brown with belt and buttons of gold lea- especially urged to be present at mittee. Mrs. Sterl Courtney read Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. Edward 4 Lbs. for _15c
4.: thIs meeting and all visiting W, 0 from the Year Book the "Circle Burns. __
/ ,
ther. Her hat of French crepe _
members are Invited to attend.: -----' M
Plan for the Year.
It was ; :
,TUES.-WED., JAN. 1516Chun. : and her shoes and accessories were "
,4' 'I .,1' Baptist S Teachers MELLO-WHEAT ,15c.r
Ulrkcnn' brown and she wore a long coat of continue the sewing and the secretary Pkg. ,, ,

t "GREATEXPECTATIONS" soft, brown lapin Mrs. Kidd Entertains was Instructed! to.serve as Holding Study CourseAt SUNNYFIELD-QUICK COOKING. 'II" "I','''" ,.
publicity chairman also.

r Mrs. Slade of Mrs.is Jackson the youngest and the At Bunco PartyMrs. Mrs. E. L.. Biggs and Mlaa Wil- the weekly Sunday SchoolTeacher's OATMEAL 2 1, 1-4 Lb. Pkgs. 15c

\ Phillips Holmes daughter Richard G. Kldd, Jr., entertained ma Alexander will entertain the meeting held at the Baptist
late Mr. W. T, Jackson, of Bacon-
members of the youngerset Circle at the next meeting, at the Church on Wednesday eve- FANCY. SANTA CLARA-70-80 Size
c ton. She la a graduate of Andrew I Friday afternon from three. Biggs residence. nings at seven o'clock, the book
PRUNES 2 Lbs. 15c
THURS.-FRI., JAN. 17-18 College, Cuthbert. Having-,,pent ,
thirty to five-thirty o'clock at her Fifteen members were present "Outlines of Bible History" (Bur-
Here Is My Heart"Bin much of her time in Albany with' home on Walnut Street at a bun at this meeting. rough's) is being taught by the Pint

, t Cwmby-Kitty Carlisle her endeared sister Mrs.herself Forehand.to numerous she has : co party. ] During the social period refreshments pastor. Rev, C., B..Price. WESSON OIL Can 18cCampbell'

were served by the boa.lessee. The book la divided into ten
,t nr friends in this city as well, aa in Four tables of players were eni'' chapters and at the close'of the -
tertalned In the large living room : .
t of this home where seasonal flow*''4 Circle Number, Two met at the study of this book award certifi- TOMATO*-Delicious Olympta Brand
i home of the leader. Mrs. L. G. cates will be given toward the new Selected-Soaked
added '
ers tastefully ,
arranged a .
; ,W.... CARL DAVIS JOHN BERRY DAVIS note of color, to this lovely affair. Powell with Mrs. Powell and Miss Sunday School diplomas. The'first SOUP '
':T Hiss Lots Adkln. having made Etta Tison as hostesses. I chapter: was taught4' Wednesdayevening.
The .
\ high score was presented a lovely meeting opened with all repeating
gift, and to Miss the Lord's prayer, and the Any person interested in this
Beverly Cady Scripture reading was taken from course"whether teacher 2 Cans 15' 2 Cons:; : 15
DAVIS FUNERAL HOME went the prize{or' low score,, a or not, ;
,I Refreshments| of sandwiches, the 3rd. chapter of Hebrew is invited to attend this study

Pound cake and coffee servedy Officers for the new year were LUSCIOUS-YELLOW CLING, SLICED e ....

; PALATKA, FLA. > Mrs.. Kldd. appointed: Secretary by the, Mrs.leader BLCf: ta Priest follows -;' day leader.afternoon Mrs. W.at.'the Alexander.home of. the PEACHES 3 No.eI 1 Cans is 27c

Those invited
were! treasurer. Mrs. 11L.. Brownlee.The 'After the devotional meeting

I y Ill_ NORTH_ 4TH ST. FHOITEi DAY 69-NIGHT 80 Misses Hope and KathrynHaynes Circle pledged $2.00 per month plans were made for the New
u Long. Marjorie to help pay off'the indebtednessof Year's work which was entered -

,; I Evelyn Stump Lois Adkins KIt- the Baptist Board- Lovely lltU into 'with much enthusiasm and
4i ty Hogsed Lillian Steinberg Dos APRICOTS 2No.2 canS'35c
calendar. were %
presented each one is 'expected to have an
\24 othy Hitch Martha Powell. Melba
'# G HOUR SERVICE to each member by the leader. active part in this work.
Sllcox. Ellen Wiggins, bona Man- Mrs. G. W. Alderman closed the The officers elected for the DELICIOUS,,'TEXAS PRESERVED, cf

ass Mary*. Mary Brownlee Canova.and Beverly Mrs J.Cady P. meeting"1 with a prayer. : Mrs. R. L. Kemp yearareuCoLeader ; FIGS I
: Delicious refreshments 32oz.Jar, 29cTHE
wereenred Secretary, Mrs. C. A. Knight
Varren. '
(1 [ ( ,
lit Lady Attendant :.: Ambulance; .during the; social ball hour Treasurer, Mrs F. F. Flume.
.. Servicef Pecan I by th*' hostesses assisted by Mrs.IIUch&rd Following business session asocial
:.. .. ., tap roots usually penetrate G. Kldd.
.1 three to'a1x feet deep Circle Number Three half hour was enjoyed when GREAT ATLAlfTICft! PACIFIC; COMPANY:
met Kon:0
light refreshment
were served.. '
$4..$, .... A'.... 't. 3K2E:; "",'- !:':If't'' ..'.". '"' '':....:f.'.:,. ''' 4oiit.trt.'54f'IjIIo':? ''..4. --"tJIJt'':,<: ': t..,' -- ... '" -

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-- -- ... tilin',

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h JANUARY II, 1031 -- -- -o- =- _" _._ ___ --- .----- -
--- ---' Owen W. GrIffIn! of St. A ; i I : ROBERT W. Sl'HKENCY: CAU1) OF TII.t NKS I Messrs. Austin and Lyle of Law

tine, spent the week-end here GNAuiE2 :: [iJ We wish to take this method of toy contributed a special song
his brother-in-law and sister, Funeral services were held at I I expressing our heartfelt thanks ./tth guitar accompaniment. Next
1 and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. the Graham Baptist Church Monday and appreciation to those who week the study will be In charge)
Bits of Well, folks her It Is, our Annual of W. A. Scott with an unusually: ;
kind amt) to
;-,0' afternoon at two o'clock for were HO us
0 January Clearance Sale, with a I! during our recent bereavement Interesting lesson. Don't miss thin
Mr. Owls, him returned
load of bargains that you Just, Robert W.Surrency: 8J.a life- one.IFYOUR.
from a several days visit In Auy- not affordto I resident( who Especially do( we appreciate the
can long of that section "
nor, South Carolina with his sister many beautiful floral offerings.
,I local .yevb' Mrs. W. A. Dnwsy. paw up. Thta died Sunday at his home there after -I D. C, Kinlaw and family. :
I : Is a genuine s : .._
I an Illness of several weeks du- ---- -
I sale with "
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell, of I Item in every the I ration. New face:MISSION continue HALL to be seen j
Gainesville, were guests during the etoremarkeddown The service was conducted by BREATH HAS
PROGRESS OF" THE COUNTY, AND TOWN at the weekly Bible Studies A
I week-end of Mrs. Bell's parents, ., The : ?n I the pastor, Rev F. M. Taylor after splendid attendance heard the !
Mr.,and. .Mrs. W, M. Edwards. goods we are which Interment followed in Mt. message Tuesday evening from the' ;\
i .' most anxious toT Sinai cemetery, near ,Graham. subject. "The Harps on the Willows. I A SMELL\ YOUCAN'T
"L- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmtterly: get off the: The deceased had resided in ." Mr. and Mrs J. M. Red-i t
Col..H.'V. Knight attended court Mrs. Charley E. Johns asd son' and daughter. Freddy spent Sun- shelves are Bradford County all of his life, and dish., Mrs. Lyle, and Mrs. J. L. '
|In St. Augustine Friday. I Jerome, spent Friday in Alachua day at Highland with Mr. Wlmber- down ridiculously y up until his health failed was con- Harrell of Lawtey were among FEEL WELL
visiting Mrs. A. M. Pettit. ly'a mother Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. low and the sidered one of the most prosperous' those from out of town. In the !
..I Mr. ana Mrs. F. P. Stump were I others in proportion farmers of that section. I absence of Pastor McQuulcy and Whoa w. out too. _It. oar food c1Ha si
bmrrta. Our frtavdl uixill thtt
n our
$visitors in Lake City Sunday., Col.and Mrs J. E. Futch of De- Mesdames Vonda Inman, George I .' Surviving him are,one daughter, quartette who were detained, diem emntiv. .<** af.ur mouth aad Mil. It
Land were week-end guests of Mr. H. .Inman and I*. S. Hutto..and Our Sale circular is In your Mrs. Minnie Murgesa of Ehren; bad It....... w. fool. Uw potion of ChI
Mrs. Hulda Corpening was a visitor and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Misses Mary,Lee Wynn and Ethel home, read it carefully and you four sons, Robert and Jesse Sur-I .. dveay ,all vrouchy orar and oar brood body.. It for Dak..,*tatac.What attftoomy .
Moore attended a'Health, meetingIn will have to agree that this la,a of J. of mobs Ute food away\\m UM bowcht'
to Jacksonville Saturday. rency Tampa W. Surrency WIMPY would like .
I .. .
Lake City Tuesday. sure enough Sale. Here's a few Well wbvm. oat too mach our bus
Edwin McCoy, of Charlotte N. Brooker. and J.H. Surrency of I J\ilor' oan t dim* It. W....lo th. bile Jul,.?
J. H. Moore, of Lawtey, waa at- C., Is enjoying a visit here with items which you ClIO bear In mind: Graham with whom he made hit It I In the moot vital t\xrU\ r* Jules IB sue
Milton Brownlee Jr., Paul our Hamburgers andso body. Unleoa/ I plaU of II aro flowlnc nom
tendIng to business here Tuesday. his cousin Woodf Halle. I home; two brothers, Allen Surrency -I .
? onr lIp Into oar aver? dar. o t
Knight, George Inman and Wilson of Jacksonville and Hampton '.....,_uta yet bard and ......d......l and
resumed their studiesat Pepperell Sheets of food _,.. la 18 foot ataowi'ln
Hayes have will \: our an
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Surrency. of Mrs. Karl A. Floreus, of Jack- Surrency of Gainesville. you. This Gyres .....d. polaoa all ovoanr
the University of Florida after 81 x lit) ,. ., .
Tampa, were visitors here Monday sonville was a visitor to Starke body .r oix mlautos.Wb
.. spending the holidays here at their Also Oysters Chili oar frlmila am-ll our tad breath
last Wednesday-anemoon.
respective homes 88cMEN'S New (but we don't) and wo feel l Ilk. a whippedfeufnvat.
Kidneys don't no a .......U..r..h or tab a
Miss Bobble Conoly was in Mad- Mrs. E. Knight Mrs. JaneM. and Barbecues. 1"1_ Got M the eanaa T.k.. CarWfl
u eonkl ,
Mrs. William Brooker and yogi tNd.your. nealerial tll'OId ... lairds U" f PUti wbleh .tI start th.
_'lson last week visiting Miss Ruby .' Knight and Paul Knight were 1.4 Kldn.y. for n.... one. POlO would ontomatlaliy Dow of four bile jul... But If "anmet 1..
daughter Elaine, and C. I. Im- $2'\ Mr phI 0'Nhrht don't buy
Regular IUiny NtmlOWOh_ bttW U It fot
Vann. recent visitors,, to Jacksonville tradn.e,Rh..matlAm, ... HALL'S PLACE : a..r' ., wbloklooxni
bach of Green Cove Springs, spent annlnf .hhllr.nd It mar bo a immarj) pill
, "i.C ., ;r. ;\ -- SUITSOur A.hlltl.fo..t functJo",1 kldnoydlw.rrl.m. t.oth. irrlpra. and ...ald?, UM ntumI
'" : Sunday in Starke with Mr. fin.bach's I try the 1r\.n'.1. ["",'or'.ipec..I 5rwonp- Near Heulxmrd Station I many _pie. Auk for Carter. UtttoLiver
Dlnktns of Lawtey Mra.hjf'H.'Ritch. Miss Dorothy .
+ >Miss Dolly and daughter-in-law Newest Stork Uoa i oallttcl CY8'I'XiMo.\: ...). M.t II. yoo Pill by narno and cot what. ,ram
: Ritch and Mrs. Annie Richard son Kt> In I daya or moue took M 1011 .....111. I wk for- !5f. O1M4.OMXO.ManfUtKSaSSBinBBSf .
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Imbach. $1485;
after-[\ spent Tuesday In -
:: Capt. and Mrs. Ford Sineath, fl&SSUtSaSuniiUnfUmBffUSSSBfi nmm fESSSBtntUam&mSU
i. Friday's Temperance meeting Beatrice Mosley spent several
''H; Will be with Mrs., F. A. Scott, at days in Lake Butler last week 'of Long Island N. Y., have been Manhnttnn

1 I t(',;30. p. m. _. the guest of Miss Eileen Rivers. recent, Mrs.guests S. G.of Lewis.Mr. They Sineath'saunt are Shirts & Pajamas

; Mr.'and Mrs Elmer La zone, of J. F. Shaw and little daughter, enjoying a tour of Florida and Tip Top GrocerySpecials
[Ii[ tftckBonville, were visiting frIends Geraldine of the State Farm were will visit here again enroute North. $1.65
)! Jjiro Wednesday. visitors here,Tuesday afternoon.. Misses Lois Adkins, Lois Long I
,J'1' \ '9 -
*".<"C&nAngelo; \ Carbone of Chicago, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dobrow and Evelyn and Marjorie Stump and !"'!-LI KAMIIONKI:. : ) ..U IU!:
; ':Arrived Wednesday for a several Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy were visitors Marguerite Prevatt have returned SILK HOSIERY
to Tallahassee to resume their Friday & Saturday Jan. 1-12 1 '
/4r.-* eks stay here. to Jacksonville Wednesday. I
j ; studies at Florida State College Opening Day Only
+ ;f'Hal Y. Malnes of Lake Butler, Paul Knight a recent for Women, after spending the 49c I
\: '\ s attending to business here guests Charles Larsen Jr. of Lake holidays here at their homes. BANANAS 3 Ibs. lOc LETTUCE Each lOc w
afternoon. land and Marcus'Scott of Gaines .
Mrs. O. L. Haynes and daughter

. i :; Surrency,Monday.were attending. to bus- Jacksonville Mrs. M. C., were Stith'and guests sons,last of days Haynes'in FaIrburn.mother, Mrs.Ga., R.with P..Mrs.Mc- SILK,, DRESSES ONIONS, 4]Ibs. 15c CELERY Each l lOc

A'' week of her parents. ; !.Ir, and Mrs. Larin, having been called there on $1.88 CABBAGE
Lb. 2
account of the serious illness of /2c Eating APPLES, Doz. .20c
\\JMrs: Stna Kite Blitch, of Ocala, H. L. Brownlee. $2.88
K' ;- a guest Sunday of Mr. and one of Mrs. Haynes' brothers.Mr. RUTABAGAS Lb. Ac
j Imp. APPLES 4 Ibs. 25c
of Lake $3.88 ,
'}ii' :;III'1's.! H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. Jane M. Knight .
: !' Butler spent several days here and Mrs. B. Sumner Rust,
f.. :V Mra..W..L. ThIgpen and children last week the guest. of her son, Mrs.> Susan Clarke. William ,
w/Jf. ivo: returned from a visit withii'T'I.t Col.'I). E. Knight, Farlane, of Grand Blanc, Michiganwere
! : datives In Plant City. .. guests last Wednesday of f 1 and 91.29 1
it1d"!\, \ ., Miss Olive: Dell of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Lord at their MEN'S SHIRTS88c 'TOMATOES tiNg 5c
!i<:,, r,. ...."rs. J. D. Doyle and Miss Flor- is spending several days here with residence on Madison Street en- ,
: >'i'e Gill spent last Wednesday her aunts Mrs./W.yL., Wall and route for a visit in St. Petersburg '

'I.;:">'1' opping in Jacksonville.. Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen Tues-, of SALMON 2 cans 25c CORN 2No.2Cans 25c. ,.
visitors here
, Tillman Hutto Brooker were
j;. Mr. and Mrs, L. F. DInkIns and A. H. Hall and

;; :1i'1J"" 'klns'e spent daughter parents Sunday, Jo Mr.,here Ann and with of Mrs.Law-Mrs.O. Hall account left Tuesday having of the been serious for called Wauchula illness there of Mr.his on and day.ty Commissioner took Mr. over Osteen his is from duties the new District as Coun-Commissioner 5-, Added AttractionI TUNA FISH !/ >b. can 15c Snap Beans No 2 Cans lOc

I, ',;f: Andreu.. father J. H. Hall. of that district at the lUll Kiting sway absolutelyfree
.0111 -- -- meeting. of the Board held Tues-I for the kldd.... 10 beautiful '
il'tNrf.l' day," Dolls five will be given' away Blackberries,No 2 can 12c Lima, Fresh No 2 can 12M 2>

"' Walter of Saturday Jan. 19: at 8:30 I*. M.
:Mr. and Mrs. Glatzau
DeLand. were week-end guests of and the other five Saturday ....n. BEST IRISH
\ com MeeffnerViigon Mrs. Glatzau's brother-in-law and 19th at the same hour. Auk us
!sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. about details. If you have no .:
kiddies yo ucnn here Table POTATOES 10 Lbs.
They were accompanied home by' Lump Instead. lOc
4 = their son, Bobby who had spent
1 [ 1 the past two weeks here with his
uncle and aunt. hoe Grain
I John C. Ward, of Boston, Mass., SUGAR
-Players! who Is spending sometime at his Florida RICE COFFEE :
'>; home in Lawtey, was a visitor to
{ 'ffY; t a.(;., Starke Wednesday and while here 10 Lbs. 4Sc 5 Lbs 22c Can 'lSc :
H H1 1! 'rt '.'. '.";t. 5p g3IT: ,.E45 paid the Telegraph office a visit. Mr. and. Mrs. wi: W. Carter and
';",': Mr.. Ward visits Bradford Coun- son. of Lakeland. Miss Inez Moltt '
; ......"..'. .. ; c7e lurlng ty each year, l lacking: after his of West Palm Bench, and Mr.. and MATCHES boxes 15c I SALT 3 Boxes lOc
"f ,;; :
., :'Mil property here and for several Mrs. C. P. Tyson''of Jacksonville\ ,
k i 'N/'ItV'- ;' A "' i ,; / : '. criber of the Telegraph.Mr. their nieces, 'Misses! Beatrice and Plain or Self.Rising 6 LBS. 12 LDS. 21 LBS. 'x

Geraldine Johns,
;$'I"1.<', r and Mrs.. L. P. Mace and

"r"l"ff.": {( and daughter Miss Miss Betty Betty Hlntermlster of DeLand, of Mr. and Mrs. Augusta C. Long. FLOUR 25c 45c 87cOCT. ;
,; i... Sanford. were guests Sunday of of The Hague Holland, and Mrs.
F A. Canova, of Gainesville were
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee en- .
'c\ o411 New P1ays route to Tallahassee where Misses in grandmother Starke Wednesday, Mrs..B. visiting E. Brownlee their .
Mace and Hlntermlster are stu- -
Ji mn.dents at They the were State accompanied College for Wo-to and other relatives. SOAP 10 f for 25c TIP TOP MARKETSwift's

Tallahassee from here by Miss Old St. John's church In Rlc'hMondo -
,Ij{/rYa;' Mary Brownlee who Is also a stu- Va, recently celebrated the PALMOLIVE SOAP 5c ; Picnic Hockless
7a5: dent at the college. 93rd anniversary of Its founding. \
HAMS Pound
wL ------- 17c

," }o ''. ; And the Worst is Yet to Come SUPER SUDS 3 for f 25c BEEF STEW, 3 Lbs. 25c I

.\,; LYE 2 Cans 15c Mixed Hamburger, 2 Ibs 25c ,

Round Loin Steak Lb 19c '
I ha lie ( Q t. Relish Spread 29c or ,
HENS, Fat, Pound 15c
1"G. .. Breakfast Bacon ,Lb. .31c
IIiiJ ') Salad I 29c
Qt. Dressing:
Y I illlll r CfOJi Bricks, Lb. 23c

I Chops, Lb. ,

&&III ..;,. Pork & Beans- .16oz5cLamb. 35cr :

:' 17c

MONDAY, JAN. 14 'i::'.. 3 TALL CANS MIXED CANDY, Lb. __ 10e'MEAL



ADULT TICKET : .of' 10 Lb. .25c 8 Lbs. -_ 2Sc 2 Lbs. ._ 25c t a.

-FeaturingEVELYN- 91' tujt IVORY MEDIUM, IVORY lOc SIZE "f


: :' :,' 2 f for 16c

Bar _ _-_ 5c __ 5c .



Pound *-,_. 35c .
[ADMISSION: Children 15c; .Adults 25c
'e, } .", 1au Baking Powder WHITE

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1 N['. : URGE SALES TAX A "cafeteria" drug store
},. HOG OUTPUT CONTROL n '., :;.-. In Seattle has located -
.."", Y a..AIDJ .,.Ix'3ae.ARI1MLA. / t3 CONTRACTS TO BE GIVEN JACKSONVILLE-The Florida everything wrap.
r. ped and plainly marked; .
SOON Education Association representing custom.
I, r select
8,000 of the State's 9,000 white era articles pay the
teachers went on record for a cashier and go their way.
Florida hog STATE
r: FARMERS SECTION producers will be offered produc State sales tax provided the Legislature -I NO'rU1iJ 1)1" API't.1 r'\T1oO' i\
does not find other "de- TAX :
o with the Agricultural -
tion control contracts Florida in Short ParagraphsVACATION revenue" for the schools. NOTICE lA 11U1tk:n Y :
of pendable
( Adjustment Admlnlstre Il News That Arthur F. SRulN and Sfr.1pXYl!
Conducted by Demonstration Agents Before February 1, according i Delegates in convention here en- SIIul, holder of Tax Certiflcateo
tlon on or
420. Issued 5th., day of
the Agricultural ;- dorsed as an alternative plan the BeptemD.r.
to plans of I A. D. lPI2.: has file .nl,1, c..r\ttk.t.;
Extension Service here. Governor's proposal to divert one In my office' and made apPlIc"ton!

.. .. ___ w --- cent of the gasoline tax to replace oordance for tax deed with to law.Issue thereon. In nc
: c.i. ... .Jl.: A number of meetings to explain 1M Said certlflxte,
-- I $3,000,000 lost to the schools embrace. the( followlni
l' PLANNED !! 11'.1'1'1".1.
", .' Vegetable Outlook I control the program 1933 corn-hog to farmers productlo have: TALLAHASSEE -A four-year through recent exemption of homesteads ,pop'rty y. Florida situated.! to-wit In, Lot Bradford 0 and l'olln.SOlith

!Jo Hints To HousewivesWeekly Seems Better Than : been held In the state and other the University costing $1,930-I from taxation. ed feetbyo.7..1 O.Turner Land 14, BOllnd., Llv.

1 are planned. Handling of the program State Women'. College require- In."ton, Truby 01: Company'" Addl.
c'\;\ I from name Demonstration For Recent Years In the counties will be unde ern College at"Lakeland ten years at the CXKIIK'S REPORT 1Ion8 North-east to Starke quarter In of We..t Section Half of
I and the Insane has Starke, Fla.. Dec 1134Report Township ouch, R.tl.
TallnhnfMim the direction of county agents their studies after lengthy l.lr Range 22 I.
Specialists I of the i: ::1 GAINESVILLE The market the county and community com vacations. the State Budget Court In and for Bradford County under the said cetlftcate Issue.prop.rt wee "'
it 0 truck a mittees. Ayers the Florida, on account of taxes assessed In the name 01 Mr" H. 111. Hn'dor
outlook for appears
I LITTLE COURTESIES crops submitted for the year 1934. Unless said certificate shall f
little more favorable now that for While the 1933 contracts are WANTS SHORT C. A. KNIOHT, Tax Collector, redeemed to law ta .la
\{ We learned when we were quite projects he said un"'I'OIlIl COUNTY will IHHUO thereon on the Uth any
season since 1931, accordingto similar to those of 1934, are. if
do any I
Is to .
:1 that C'oanty February, A. D. 1935.
politeness .
: mall Governor T
,' thing In the the Florida farm outlook report some differences and farmer laration that "the To Balance due _-_--D.-S 8.291.11Fly Dated thin 6th day of January A,
and say the kindest the proposal Amount collected __ 1.826.06To D 193E. ,
with) will be
if Florida ? ?
Issued the Ag- sixty days
.' kindest way." However there are recently by should acquaint by the Budget Balance due __________ .,911.05Flu. (OFFICIAL SEAL
that If followed ricultural Extension Service. the new program whether they; coming Florida and Forfeiture THOMAS\ ,
'r 1 ; some few little rules contract Vast year or of the problems that its rec- To Balance due ---..___..? .,.122.83Fly Cleric" of Circuit Court
\t' will make us more at ease in the With wholesale prices averag- signed a pose the 1935 legisla- amount collected _.__._ 994.G4To Bradford: County: : Florida l .
of others. The Florida ing about fifteen per cent higher not Extension Service worker It was made last week by Balance due 3,728.29 lll6t28c5Wclba
company In April. .. tee--------- ..
Sholtz. <'n tr ) *
''11 State Home Demonstration Department than last spring and with smaller To Balance due ._____.... M45.6A
i suggests the following supplies of staple foods It Is say.Facts about the outlook for hog By amount collected ..... 1,980.09
for truck an AGED COUPLE PROGRAM To Balance due 7,466.67
: : table courtesies. probable that demand raising during the coming year County School Gritem
Is crops will be improved during the also available atG t; the. Extension INVERNESS-D. W. More than To Balance due __.__...__ 16,742.78
All should stand until a signal and his wife Becky 65, ny amount collected ______ 8,316.15
.1' by the hostess to be seated, first half of 1933. During the lat- Service here or at the count;; new buildings 'To Balance due __________ 12,427.61
given left ter half of the year prices are ex- agents' offices In the 1935: Florid: ed to death.late' construction or County Pull
and then be seated from the downward unless when fire of mi known the next few To Balance due _.__...... 365.00
i J' 4:f'; aide of the chair and arise from the pected to adjust farm outlook report. their Ry amount collected ..... 20.00
there is an Increase la consumer contracts call for a reduction pletely desql'rf A building To Balance due _________ 335.00
; same side. new about three cUUes: south of to the State Tittnl Hub-Rohool IlrKUlnr: of
usually -
Higher prices
a power. during 1933 of ten percent To Balance clue _____. 14,737.08
Ii If you are asked to express favor higher production and of raised River on the' Homosauaa structure for the By amount collected...... 3,026.90 9sr
preference for food even though it that brings about lower prices. of the number hogs of the State De- To Balance due __________ 11.711.18 t
4 the twO< !
the base period or
state a during Total Hub-School Bonded
to ,
i nfhkes no difference you I Commercial supplies of late cabbage December 1, 1933. LAW ., This To Balance due ____..... 9,035.14 N'
1/ choice as It Is an aid to the one years I TALLAHASSEE-The about $100,000. Ry Amount collected ..___ 2,344.76 I
I. onions potatoes and sweet Last the contracts called< due ._ 8,900,88Widow's ) tV6tt !
7'' .\N who Is serving you year I tionality of a law allowing are un- To Balance Pension r
n; :,;li After taking bread break it Into potatoes are generally larger this twenty-five per cent reduction motorists to bring! suit title- to the new To Balance due _--_______ 784.14
;t t1l. several pieces and lay on bread season than In 1933 and are ex- Farmers will get a benefit pay out-of-state automobile Hy amount collected _.____ 1A6.76 r
; at the side of pected to offer spring-grown veg- ment of 913 per head on the ten Bite a $350,000 To Balance due __________ 621.39
'J ,t and butter plate or for damages resulting_ under way in lined A nrldxe Interest A SlnklmtTo
the dinner plate. Butter only a etables more competition. Vege- per cent reduction in number State's Fund
'y? \pJ dents on this
\ time. table production in home gardens, make. lot costing Balance due .__--.; 34,626.88
'; 'u small piece of bread a they argued in the Supreme paid for By amount cnllectea__._._ 7,147.03
'G 1t;;' Break the piece you wish to butter however has been decreased par- The corn part of the contrac week. I To Balance due .. __..._.. 27,478.36 ; Selectos site
In drouth-stricken states.
".. ; do not cut it with a knife. ticularly calls for ten per cent reduction In ---+-
H soft food such as and stores of home-canned vege- from the base period Thornton Heath told/ less than
In eating any corn acreage TO WORK FOR ,\ never or
al; soup, cereal or sauce dip the spoon tables are less than for several and a benefit payment of thirty KISSIMMEE The has "cosmetic

!i t away from you. This prevents years. five cents a bushel on the estimated Chamber of Commerce can go and C JOc. Yojd now can buy

1' dripping. Do not break bread or The general shortage In local yield of that acreage. It also< aa its main objective for ttq I i the >anv size and quality
will result In Increased q qImprovements qa
food-stuffs -
pY crackers In the soup. grown allows unrestricted use of the< building of a canal from ii
, 4 When helping yourself to bread demand for shipped in supplies land on the farm not In corn Including a practical point along the for 5 Jtujtthink, long

. 11;i celery whole pickles olives or nuts until home gardens come into the acreage held out of:: be used for commercial Sept. 1, 1934 Havana and imported to
next summer. : a. m., 1:59: p.
,:I you may use your fingers. For production production under contract as well as aiding drainage
"( frosted cake a fork is needed. Before the recent freeze in Florida cent territory; : : p. m. bacco far only 5 aist
1 ;> of eleven ImpOl.tantvegetablee : a, m., 9:34: a.
knife. and the acrage
't / (> Always lay your HINTS INTYPICAL _.-- 0 on a FLO de K1EU3A
1 1'u fork with the tines up, on the right for harvest during the TROUBLES WANTS LIQUOR : : p. m. .

.1\\ side of the plate when through winter was ten per cent above a FARMS TALLAHASSEE-The information at ; t get the most your

'/ and when passing a plate for a second year ago and one-fourth more than ON-FLORIDA law prohibiting shipment Station next' to t f dyourInsurance ooney ever & ught t
of the last five
the sea-
knife in average
+G helping. Keep your the liquors into dry
(Troubles typical of problems icating
The real the freeze
this position during the meal when sons. damage of attacked In the L Lewie Cigar Mrs Co.Makers
in the agriculture I was
did Florida. truck is hard to tell current .
not using It. much will be done. Florida and the best means for I Court on the ground the a..a ,.. .... ..... I. ..h..n.e.1..4IM Newark. N.J.aJ'cn
Unfold a dinner napkin only replanting them treated In'' repealed by enactment .f ,... ...- y.wbrrww.Me
half a luncheon napkin entirely Some Increase In shipments of overcoming 11:01:: P. M I.d.-a. Je H.MELBA
in 1019
the wide
all prohibition
the items below. In cases
and lay across your lap. vegetables from Cuba to the Unit- outlined has been suggested i not revived when 11:25: A. M. 1- .......... a..b a- .
If you are a guest at only one ed States may be expected as a re- procedure 9:42: A M. _......--..,",-Ie
fold napkin after sult of the reduction In duties for by workers at the State Experiment repealed, last November. 10:27: P. M. ,............. y- rMb..feyI.p ,- ..,....
r meal partly your ,...
Station or In the Agricultural o,,wy.w
have finished eating, and lay certain periods. Shipments however .... as
you Extension Service in response LOAN COMPANY .ala..u.e N.r-ran. e J
rr' It beside your plate. If you will from Cuba and Mexico depend TAMPA-Two bandits 5:081'. M. _... .....1.- Oe.ra.yrp.lls.d
Sr be there longer fold It as It was before largely on the price situationIn to requests for advice.) Jefferson Loan 4:50: P. M. r _4 ad.a.

't the meal started. the United States, and that Is on the 5:56: P. M. ALLIINSURANf. .
: at 308 Zack St.,
not expected to improve sufficiently Scuppernong grapes In Florida loot vaults valued at $125,000, Branch HAROLD C. 2 fie CIGAR S4r o1eme j

PRICES OF FEED GRAIN to attract much larger Imports.rious should be pruned in January or the Starke 7:00: A.M.
A. J. Rodrlgue,
( EXPECTED TO REMAIN February when the vines are dor- despite one of the most Starke 1:50: P.M. : UA1NES\ILUS! CANDY (;0.

HIGH IN 1933 SEASON year. The cattle and sheep nant. Cutting them back severely man hunts in'the history GRIFFIN. STARKE. FLORIDA Gainesville, Flo., Distributor

\ r.,4 buying program to meet the feed is not good practice since the have succeeded in

I, l., GAINESVILLE Feed grain shortage the hog adjustment program fruit' is borne on the old wood. Removal pa lice. ,

;'' prices are expected to remain relatively and natural liquidation as a of too great amounts will I .

t', high during the coming result of short supplies and high reduce the next season's crop I SHORT NURSING I

q year since the supply now on hand prices of feed were the principal Bunch grapes differ in that they ST -

la the smallest since 1881 the 1933 :auses. produce fruit on the new growth of :' hour working .day for J
; Florida farm outlook report Issued After allowing for the feed needed he: current year. Pruning la unnecessary advocated here
A Ifi. by the Agricultural Extension to winter work animals and feed with the muscadine type, nurses Charles T, Plunkett Jr.,4'w ,
,''; ,i Service points out. dairy cows and chickens It Is apparent unless they are over-running other Mass., at a district

J H} The,United States corn crop was that the feed remaining plants or covering too much terrlory. of ams the Florida Nurses II

." estimated on October 1, at about for fattening hogs cattle'and other :: Mrs. Plunkett'said the r

+ 4 59 per cent of average. The oat livestock will be very much below successful operation In 4,11,1,
crop was the smallest since 1882, he: smallest'quantity lined for Red clover has been found poorly Massachusetts

the barley crop was sixty-five per ;these purposes In any year. adapted to most parts of Flor- Maryland. ';

'1 cent short and production of grain Some changes In feeding practices da. Trials of it In various sec- ; +

sorghums was fifty-six per cent of will be necessary and grain Lions repeatedly have failed to. give POSSUM CAUSES

1 wf average. The small 1934 wheat prices this year will depend partly satisfactory( results. Only on the SEBRING A treed

: crop precludes prospects of any jn how farmers make these alkaline muck soils of the Everglades I caused the death of
substantial increase In the feed- were the experiments sue-
rhanges.; These, factors of scarcityn 28, of 'Spring
Ing of wheat. The 1934 hay crop feed grains and hay point to the essful: in any degree. Red top Highlands County..

'E was the smallest during the last feasibility of many Florida farm- grass as raised In the north, also prodding. the'po98Um

'l I sixteen years. ers raising more home grown feeds I falls' when planted here. Natal stock of his rnhotgun

I From present Indications. supplies ind Improving permanent pas- grass which grows well In' the was discharged:"

,n of commercial feeds for the lures. s hate, sometimes la referred to as weapon of his head was blown

t'S jy+; 1934-33 season will be smaller than I red top. war'the son lof Mr '

.;, n in recent years, and supplies of One-third of the area of the continental ,- George Durrance of
,.' feed grains available for Importation United States Is forest or Peppers are susceptible to root-
? into the United States are potential forest land. knot and it Is unwise to plant them ..-.

small because Europe like the in soil containing nematodea. WhatIs HELP WANTED

I United States, Is short r-n feed. The enrollment at the 1934 Jull- known as the double treatment OCALA Although,

': Numbers of llv.>.rr>ctc on farms 'lard Summer School of Music In 3f sodium cyanide and ammonium Ronevelt told Congress

,. however have been reduced more New York was fifty per cent sulphate will free the land of root- unemployed an
!e rapidly In 1931 than In any pre. I greater than in 1933. knot nematodes. While the cost having are trouble finding THE new AEROTYPE CROWN

__ the
u usually la over $100 per acre; "
fr'l m __ roil Is left rich in plant food and up and coming Industry ET'IIYLiswayoutahead performance... trl

AMAZE A 'MINUTE additional nitrogen seldom will be Springs assistant has for been Rosa Allen at lowest temper Positively a new fuel-unlike and amazingly

] required by the next crop. past few weeks, but -quick: warm-up
choking superior heretofore sold...
SCIENTIFACTS::. BY ARNOLD applicants. Allen to any gasoline

SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS employed Institute and by his.the job Florida Is I i m b s One tankful, unmixed with any other fuel

iy z THE: MIGHTIEST BLOWS the poison frttm 100 t 'antiknock rating will prove that it outclasses any gasoline you

r 'yyypppfff111' THE IMPACT of A LION'S PAW, every Sunday'afternoon offered for land service have ever used. A mixture will not produce'
bare hands.
+, THE FLIP Of A WMAlt'* T..L. AND THI carbon knocks.
KICK Of A GIRAffe ARK THE MOST By ANN PAGE: the best results you be the judge..No

POWERFUL BLOWS THAT ANIMAlS CAN Till) coM weather which has mar CITY ATTORNEY .\ Powers
I DELIVER A ur lees blanketed! the country has'tut'.renaed GAINESVILLE increase in price-sells for only two cents''
I \ the supply of fresh butts vaporization pro
that's news-
and vegetable and sharply Increased bites a dog all pOwe1"-no dragging a gallon more than Crown Gasoline.
chief of arrests!
their price Root vegetable are particularly a police y
good choice at thli tlm.. torney for violation of crankcase dilution.
__"_,u_. ++ Cabbage and kale are hardy and are nance which .he helped -- -
still plentiful and Fairly low la price. that's a spread. Fred D. u.
There will be plenty of oltrus fruits
+ F appl,," and nut for holiday need. atmoderate Gainesville city attorney the highest tpecinca 4u
I price. There will also. be an keted In police court ever applied to. motor
rl t ample supply of turkey, grew, duck.. charge of discharging
{;4 and roaatlng chlrkena. They will be within the fire cone .
moderately priced.Here '
are three menu*. Including a square, to be exact-Just
L Christmas dinner, made up from advent of the'New Year. k
*aonabl foods. aU.y gum-free-no 'r' 'S +,v- i

Low Cost Dinner MIAMI :' \' .\ or nicking valves to 4t .}

MIAMI .Grand Jury loss of
..L.L Veal Potatoes Pot FIs with Pantry Carrot Crust tion of crime conditions power. r'. ir.

Bivad and Butter resort community,
VvI Prune Whip recent gangland killing
., t -l- a.k AF,h. '.an or CoO>. &!llkRla&ura bler was ordered by .

: Cost Dinner/ ney N. Vernon !

i, Ft.1:1 f COLOR BLINDNESS- it Lamb Parsley Potatoes sion to call the grand
d -. NtavtN MIUIOHS of Mashed Rutabaga Turnip session was reached
.4 tIya IN THE .
Brood and Butter
y !: filled
r+ I' i*- 1- COLOR. COLO* "an Fruit, or Coffee Cup will Coconut tlllk! headway aolvlxig''the FOR YOUR MOTOR 'r

Y nI Y, nor MJNONESS M.U1TS rounding the recent
;I 1 WHEN ANY IT 00 SITS Christmas Dinner George Skeet Downs.

:?I ", SILENT/ All MlaaN9. OtMAAM.O. 'iraato Cocktail with Parsley: Spi-lj body containing six bullet
'I Celery Stuffed 011
: Vila
was found sprawled on a
NY SOUND WAVES SAD TO St ABANDONED Chcetnut Stufilna; Giblet Gravy road north of here by a Oil COMPANYIN
BY THE U.&.SURVEY ofF CAPE MATTHIAS weet Potatoes Buttered Onions hunters.
1 BtXAUSE Of THE CLICKING PROM OYSTER! Cranberry or Currant Jelly -- --
(i OPKNIN& AND SHUTTING THEIR SMEUS. \ 3n. en Salad Plmlrnto Drtutny; Fourteen million pounds .
-' ..,---.., ;teamed; fruit CAk. Orange Sauce clay are diamonds.required to 1 -
,Cotl. pound of

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f *AKKE! CnCRCH DIRECTORY It must be In proportion--to their-- -being--earn.-- ;i

'" 1934 auto tags :were ed The fellow who makes
First Baptist Church of $11.98 each as BEHIND L J
profits would not be taxed Suspicion
C. B. Price,
for the
prior year
f mday School-10:00 a. m.E'Xorningr auto registrations ( ) the I is that such a program, j
Worship.-11:00 a. m. mean plenty of work for
were 301,805 as ''.... public accountants who may qualify ;
Y. P. U.-8:13: p. m. 339,163 for the first The .I..r N
I Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. of 1934. An *t.lr> Capital as experts In finding ways and
I Id-Week Prayer Service-7:30: ten per cent thus N=. EOr means whereby the tax: may be I
cut down. as happened with the
er mileage per car. OSCAR! JOHNSOVI advent of the Income and excess
u are Invited to all our eerv S
.lti"tin.o Increase represented
KENT 1VATSOV profits tax of the federal govern ,
ed from garages by the ment. ";
y llethOOChurch; ; AD VALOREM-
valorem taxes per mill Governor Sholtz barred attendance .
iev. B, M. Montgomery, Paator.
lower and lower In a of county officers upon the Comptroller Lee recently "dug ;
('Sunday, School--10 a. m. '
11 tighter disastrous sessions of the 1933 legislature liP" $20.000 deposited to the credit
Worship- a. m.
creasing assessments, of the Jacksonville Old Soldiers
pworth League-6:49: p. m. They could only come by invitation
ies, greater per cent Home on deposit In bank Sinceit
u i venlng WQI'shlp-1:30: p. m. cy percentages. Only It was big contribution toward Is costing $800 monthly to main-
invited to all these
fou are server the tide finally turn reducing lobbying .The Gover- tain the home to provide for abouta

one mill state levy nor indicated in his speech last half dozen Inmates, Lee cut off k''

Presbyterian Churchev. about $500,000. By Thursday night that he la just as the Tallahassee supply of money 1,

y George H. Lowry, Minister had declined to $ strongly opposed to lobbying as To keep going the management ,
f,10:00: a. m.-Sabbath SchooL 33 saw the bottom ha ever was Indications are will have to draw on Its "savings" "*
11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; The next year turned that county officers will not be account, and in doing so it will be j
mon by the pastor. 673 for an impressive permitted to lobby at the forth. able to maintain Itself for about

1 ,6:30> p. m.:-Junior Christian En- cant Increase of coming session.A three years or more 'i

avor. Helping factors other ,
f:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. Ing prosperity must survey of the development of Senator T. G. Futch, president S
consideration, however. the primary Idea In Florida fur. of the Florida Legislative League. .'

law, whereby niches an interesting study To repudiated the call of Secretary 1
The could be partly settled Peter O'Knlght of Tampa, goon Blerly, of Tallahassee, for an annual "
bonds, accounted for credit for the staging of the first three day session at Jacksonville ,J
of the Increase, and primary election in Florida, It Is to discuss legislative matters :
1' Letter Box and farm loans for believed-That was when he was a Blerly had failed to advise "

A gradually youngster attorney at Fort Myers, with the president respecting the ;1
zatlon by the officials then a part of Monroe County call Therefore no meeting will ;.
'" \ Starke, Florida. collection policies Key West and Monroe County be held The program to command I

., 'I" January 7, 1933.ir salvation of the ranked among the largest in the interest of those attending i
" '1 Editor: also undoubtedly was a state Understanding was that covered the whole range of sub'I s
iJPI In answer to requests for a definition annot accurately be the Senator and one representative jects generally expected to con t

'., of communism we submit MONEY Bank should como from Key West the front th 1035 session. ,;
tae following: June 30 1933 In the second representative from the
1Jf!> Communism is a world-wide pol- $160,973,440 as "mainland" Knight was nominated Henry Filer, re-elected by acclamation 'j

t I" [Hloal organization advocating: $203,799,000 a year for "mainland's" representativeat as president of the Florida ;
to Hatred of God and all forms an increase of 26.6 a mass meeting There was Education Association, plans to go '1
t rfreliglon.Kg' compared with a considerable objection however, down the line fighting for $10,500.- /,
of twelve per cent and he proponed a primary, announced 000 state aid to public schools ;
1 ::
jZ Destruction of
private prop- Is not to be too himself as a candidate One thing seems certain, and that ;
%:>erty' and Inheritance. ed as being merely .,. Republicans had a strong footholdIn 1111 if such an appropriation can be
'.'.' <>"\%'&>' Absolute social and racial mony reassured by the "mainland" part of Monroe I made by the legislature, the state

4 equity; promotion of all class ha- anteed. Banks ; a County Shrewd and politically will demand much greater control ;,

', ;,, tred. low national trend of < .,. discerning, even then, Knight saw of school administration The :
..' P'f'. Revolutionary propaganda thusiasm for lending he would be beaten, withdrew In state would be putting up within
'J! through the Communist Interna- show only about favor of a friend Republicanswon $2.500.000 of the present require "
, "" of resources loaned for by a wide margin Knight ments Of course, the Filer plan I IIs
acLt1Vities mercial activities. came buck to the next session as l that whatever Increase over the |

''der; to cause strikes, riots, sabot- FARMING: the Democratic representativefrom present $5,000.000 allocation Is provided I
C'g>; bloodshed, and civil war, tions have materially Lee County, created by the shall go to increased pay of
!J4: 5., Destruction of all forms off throughout the state previous session teachers. Therein Is to be found r .

e! 4 democratic or representative gov- to be headed for still the fly In tho ointment Filer A
}J t'lernments, Including civil liberties, creases In spite of the Ten men under sentence to death made it plain that although the
r.r. such as freedom of speech, of the the freeze of Decembr for murder have had death warrants educators would fight their way

press, of assembly, and trial byt'Jury. freeze apparently Is Issued against them, still through the legislature, they would
await execution, their date of exe- finally take $3,000,000 which would
since 1895 and was the
,:,( 'I., The ultimate and final objec- the winter of any cution having been postponed for come of the one cent of the gaso-
.,.t-tiv* Is by means of world revolu- freeze. Major cold one reason or other One of the line tax now going to the general
V,; tlon to establish the dictatorship erto have never mont Interesting among these Is fund That Is the Governor'
so-called Into the of W. R. Buchanan, of If he
"?fjthe proletariat than the last day of case suggestion, possible, though
,'g .; ont world union of soviet socUUs- shock of this event to Taylor County convicted of slay made It as no commitment. i
; !t republics with the capital at life la going to be very ing two prohibition officers He .;
Ir.t Moscow a sound appraisal of has been lead to the very door of The department of agriculture ,*
; This excellent dlflnition of a1"fMJ Is not possible at this the death chamber, at least five Is breeding disease-resistant tom'c..
term widely used and heard at the times, but still lives atoes because of the great Increasein
loss- Is the biggest
present time reveals the real men tomato juice drinking.
Item and even that Is
Senator Hodges who will be ;
and Is somewhat
dis-turbances the natural jubilance of next President of the senate, wants Shanghai Is the largest city In ft

.', I'1' tI. Very truly, _. ._ escaped.and..are : to tax corporation profits He the Orient, with a population of ,;
Publicity Chairman, higher prices In spite says that profits ahould be taxed 3,190,141. )'
Temperance Committee.
delay and present
,:Authority: This Is taken from AAA control. t
;''J'be date of publication is missing; For two years, 1i
t however, from the content of certain cultivation, subslstance

,''I.' articles I infer it Is tht! latSter ing, home gardening, I
part of November. 1934. marked Increases
1 h F. W. years. Federal
I fc V* million and a half to .

pockets for the 1933-34
Florida FinancialReview
\ about a million for the 4

; ::; For 1934 better Prices balance average In much

.1 needs of food Is
: By WALTER P. FULLER citrus Industry

, ; LEADING-Year's end finds the with the canning
) \ tate leading the balance of the
I a peak of two
yin of condi
nation Improvement
rapidly growing there Is
tions. Statistical analysis of money
light here. Tung oil
: volume of business,
I purchases, Florida continues to
,binding, tax: collections, so shows. hope for profitable use iI
> f Nipped by worst freeze in forty million acres of land
;:'7"rs, nevertheless agriculture actual substantial
.1pj; j,shows good pogress, the state ea'Flatters tick eradication around N
tourist year; real estate istimidly
a ten-year fight will
; beglnnlngto sell; the boom
the beginning of a new
time of Is almost
overplus building
day In Florida cattle c
!/,.I absorbed; tax returns increase: which has always been cd
debt! Involve third of
,; refundlngs a stantial than generally
( ,the distressed debt of the state
'!.}progress. But the general picture
eral comparisons
la'none too encouraging. 4a
1934 are all favorable
Homestead amendprcsagea
j ft ; exemption dwarfs a
;)\' national revolution in ad significance

"//valorem tax as other states plan to I ther nothing: back.when Be it : w. ... .-fr<- '" .
suit and as twenty-three
.. I Florida's huge debt was ;
tea move for or already have ranges
r-all i tax limitation. on an optimistic
VEERING: AHEAD-The 'corn- ture from the rosy
and that there has ti
' year, however presents enough i
blema and difficulties to thor- preciable i
r hly temper enthusiasm. Bonding since those halcyon D.Ataa AOVWrrMKMCMT

"I( has not and does lIoteaten Car loadings for one

w to reach sound basis. Cl- jor roads of Florida Doth of these THE HEW
in much good news. ,
;zy face mounting difficulties
"', rations and money sources. 1925 loaded 101,017 by improved MASTER DE LIXE CHEVROLET
Ttlctpatlon by state In poor re- ceived from connections engine. Both
; problems of a crumbling tax a total of 189,819. The
new performance NIW STRIAMUNI STYUNO
u iture; controversy over sales running on momentum

and other new sources of mon- ness of the state even. more ecoTUUIT TOP. SODY IY FUHtt
; liquor control and regulation; cars and brought than n
Apportionment of senatorial, rep- connections for a total previou KNII-ACTION *

entatlve, judicial, congressional Now contrast 1933 and these new can r I II
tricta all add to a total of state of 1933 brought 21,273 LONOIR WHIILMSIROOMIIR
blema that a rudderless, Irre- nections and loaded 31. Chevrolet for
nslble state democratic party approximate gain for ,
ires little hope of adding up and about ten per cent SPUD, POWER, ICONOMY d(
detracting with any particular ant until 1934 Is MICHIGAN
cC88 ful answer. show a loss over 1926 -. vr.r LUI.FLAMI VALVI.IN-HIAD INOINI a '

BUSINESS FORGES-Business seventy per cent. (. K.'F.M ACTION OPTIO1**!. AT SM.tLL.
generally forged ahead.. Llqui- set from non-railroad / AUUITIO"IAl, tO"l'l' r
its however la the "' .n ('P. 1.I'e! .rlr. of ,!...(- K'
} tlon, has definitely completed ... I.... "(;...... aMILq
artbreaking cycle., The broken truck and water Mlvh. SIMM withp .........
the same period. Port .r.. Ilr..ad lire l_k. .... I
crushed economic frame- X560
Dell i of a ""1 ..1.. 1.. *:2.1.0 ..d........
rk are definitely knitting. showed an Increase of "'.1..* ....,... tv .*.... 1 i
truing must be made however, actly $100,000,000 in wllkuKl ........

It Imj.r- ement had .1 been as 1932 with a tidal Of $
rked or as actual as present:,i and 1934 totals know
' isle hopes. Here are some terially higher but not.
the Important weather vane. able AT LOW COST

1 tidal marks; Significant light Is
ASOLINE TAX-Fiscal year angle of the situation

,"14137591.81; fiscal year volume of retail sales. tie
4 34. $15,235.314. Gain of 7,8cent. tal of $304,523,000 i
Better showing Is flnt to 288804.000 and 1934 w
months of 1934 calendar parently will Increase Co.

with $14.870.972.89 against figure by about
7.04242 for U* MUM period cent '
933 for a gain of 14 per cent POWER Use 'of '


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--- -- SALES TAXJACKSONVILLEThe A "cafeteria"
drug store, .
CONTRACTS TO BE GIVEN Florida in Seattle, has everything Wrao..

FLORIDA FARMERS SOON Education Association, representing ped and plainly marked; custom,

-1 8,000 of the State's 9.000 white era select their articles, pay the

GAINESVILLE Florida hog LIVE STATE NEWSNews teachers went on record for a cashier and go their way.

FARMERS SECTIONi producers will be offered produc- State sales tax, provided the Legis- NarlcEl of APrLIt erlov

i tion control contracts with the Ag- lature does not find other "de- IN Poa
of Florida in Short Paragraphs schools. NOTICE @1111 AY
Demonstration Agents ricultural Adjustment Administration pendable revenue" for the That Arthur F. Saul, and Sirs.011'EY
by on or Before February 1, according i Delegates In convention here en- Saul,, holder of Tax Certificate I'esrj x

to plans of the Agricultural -I 11 dorsed as an alternative plan the A.420 b.Issued 1032, has 6th.,filed day said of September?

Extension Service here. I Governor's proposal to divert one In my office and made certlPlrate
...... .. .. IIIL -_ --.cU --- for tax deed to issue sppllcatten
.. I cent of the tax to thereon in
gasoline replace
Inc --- -- -- A number of meetings to explain -1 eordanoe with law. Said ac.
l' the 1933 corn-hog production I VACATION' ENDS EXPANSION PLANNEDTALLAHASSEEA $3,000,000 lost to the schools embraces the following certitinlle desrrllrd'

Hints To Housewives Vegetable Outlook control program to farmer have TALLAHASSEE: students of four-year. through recent exemption of home- ty poperty, Florida situated to-wlt In: Lot Bradford O and Coun.South

f Seems Better Than been held in the state and othersare the Unlverslt1''of Florida, the building program costing $1,930-1 steads from taxation. ed 40 feet South of by Lot J.1 O of, Turner Block Land 14, Hound., !
l.t' planned. Handling of the pro- State Women's College and South- 000 to meet expansion require- Ing-stoii, Truby & Company's .Audi|

1 Weekly from Home Demonstra- For Recent Years gram in the counties will be under ern College at11 Lakeland resumed ments In the next ten years at the CtKIIK'l! nF.POnT dons North-east to Starke In Weat Half ij!

: ', tlon Specialist, TaU haMee the direction of county agents and their studies after lengthy holiday State Hospital for the Insane has Stnrko, Fin., Dec Slut. 1034 Township 6 Quarter South, Range of Section it KIIMI 21'
GAINESVILLE The market the county and community com- vacations. been proposed to the State Budget i Report of the Clerk of the CJrcul The assessment of aid properly
Court in and for Bradford County, under the said cetlflcate issued
\ fY COURTESIES outlook for truck crops appears a mittees. Commission. Preston Ayers, the' Florida, on account of taxes aeee..a-. In the name of Klra H. M. Hinder WR.
,"; We learned when we were quite little more favorable now that for While the 1933 contracts are WANTS SHORT SESSIONTALLAHASSEE hospital superintendent, submitteda I ed for C the A.year KNJOHT 1934 Tax Collector.. redeemed Unless according said certificate to law, shall tax hi

t small that politeness is to do any season since 1931 accordingto similar to those of 1934, there are -The flat decJaraUon list of eleven projects he said IlItAUFOHII" COUNTY! will Issue thereon on the Uth day deed ur
f r farm outlook farmers would be ., Governor County ProperTo February, A. D. 1936.
in the the Florida report some differences, and that "the constitutionalsixty necessary.
kindest thing .
and the Balance due | 6.297.11 Dated this 5th day of
. -
say --- ---- January
However, there area recently issued by the Florida Agricultural should acquaint themselves with days will be sufficient for the Dave Sholtz said the proposal By Amount collected ...__ 1.328,08 D. 1336. \,
kindest way" To Balance due __________ ,911.05 (OFFICIAL, SEAL)
some few little rules that If follow Extension Service. the new program whether they coming Florida Legislature to dispose would be considered by the Budget Kin" and Forfeiture A. J THOMAS.

t; \\ \ ed will make us more at ease in the With wholesale prices averaging signed a contract fast year or of the problems that will faceit Commission, In preparing its rec- To Balance due .._._____ .122.83! Clerk at Circuit Court,
workers ommendations to the 1033 By amount collected .__.__ 994,64 Bradford County, .
Governor legislature Flurldxe5Vclb
Extension Service made last week by
The Florida about fifteen per cent higher not, was
! : : company of others. I To Balance dua __________ 8.128.29 1.11.6t-2-s
i r,, State Home Demonstration Department than last spring, and with smaller Sholtz. which meets in April. County Itoml and Bridge
say.Facts I _____..... .
To Balance due 9.446.68
is l .
of foods it
i""J suggests the followingtable supplies staple about the outlook for hog Hy amount collected ..... 1.989,09
; :, courtesies. probable that demand for truck raising during the coming year are AGED COUPLE BURNED CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM To Balance due ...___---_ 7,466.57 r f0A'H

Ii. All should stand until a signal lei crops will be improved during the also available i4 t. the Extension INVERNESS. W. Martin, 73, TALLAHASSEE More than To Balance County due School_<>rnvr" l 14y
---- -----
1, the hostess to be seated, first half of 1933. During the latter Service here or at the countyagents' and his wife, Becky, 65, were burn- $500,000: worth of Pew buildingsare By amount collected _...._ 3.316.16
: given by > ._______
p and then be seated from the left half of the year prices are expected offices In the 1935 Florida ed to death late Saturday night, either under construction, or To Balance (due onntjr Polls 12,421.81
e'm side of the chair and arise from the to adjust downward unless farm outlook report. when fire'of unknown/ origin com- to be started within the next few To Balance due .___....__ 365/ .On
/ about amount collected ____ 20.00
home By
same side. there is an increase in consumer The new contracts call for a reduction pletely dest4oyrctheir! weeks, in Tallahassee. A building To Balance due __________ 836.00
buying power. Higher prices usually 1933 of ten about three Miles: south of Crystal permit has been issued to the State Total Mun-ftrhool llritalfirTo
:j' 4'l If you are asked to express a favor higher production and during per River on the Homosasna road. Balance due _.___.,___ 14,71708
1 for food, even though It cent of the number of hogs raised for a four-story structure for the By amount collected ....... 3.026.9Q ,
preference that brings about lower prices. -- __________
'::, nfakes no difference to you, state a during the base period or the two LAW chemtstlry division of the State De- To Balance Miib-Scliool due llonilvdTo 11.71118 .r

""I'' : choice, as it Is an aid to the one Commercial supplies of late cab years ending December 1, 1933. QUESTIONED partment of Agriculture.. This Balance Total due .__._...._ 9,03514 d
,h', J' onions and sweet TALLAHASSEE-The collected ._ ... 2.344.18 r
bage, potatoes, Last the contracts called structure will cost about $100,000. By Amount -
, y: ltt.? who is serving you. year tionality of a law allowing Florida To Balance due -._____.__ 8,090.38
potatoes are generally larger this cent reduction. Condemnation proceedings are underway '
f. After taking bread, break it into twenty-five per Whh..,, .. reunion
lr than in 1933 and ex- motorists to bring suit against .......... 78414 1a6aot06'r
l I and lay on bread season are Farmers will get a benefit pay- to clear title to the new To Balance due
several pieces
. out-of-state automobile operatorsfor By amount collected __ 165.75
, 2 'Ik and butter plate or at the side oft pected to offer spring-grown- ment of $15 per head on the ten from acci- postoffice building site, a $35 ,OOO To Balance due ______?__._ 621.39
.; the dinner plate. Butter only a etables more competition. Vege- per cent reduction In numbers damages resulting project, due to get under way in lend A: Bridge Interest tit Sinking

'.t.1; small piece of bread at a time. table production In home gardens, they make. dents on in this the State highways Court was last a short time. The lot costing To Balance due Fund___....... 34,625.39

'''k'' Break the piece you wish to but- however, has been decreased, par- The corn part of the contract argued Supreme $30.000, has been paid for, By amount collected ?_._ 1.141.03
In drouth-stricken states week. To Balance due _.,______. 27,478.36
' '; ter; do not cut it with a knife. ticularly calls for ten per cent reduction in .-- Selectos size
i soft food such as and stores of home-canned vege- base A theater Thornton Heath
the ,
In eating any corn acreage from period at
tables less than for several TO WORK FOR CANAL never sold/ or less than
j soup cereal or sauce dip the spoon are and a benefit payment of thirty- KISSIMMEE The Kisslmmee Surrey England, has "cosmetic

' r away from you. This prevents years. five cents a bushel on the estimated Chamber of Commerce will have rooms," where women can go and tlOc. Yop now can buy
' ''d Do not break bread or The general shortage In local It also make
r !+, dripping. yield of that acreage. up.
grown food-stuffs will result in Increased as its main objective for 1933, the the same size and quality
In the of the
crackers soup. allows unrestricted use
yourself to bread, demand for shipped in sup not In Including building of a canal from here to BLUE BUS SCIIEDI7LES for Sc.
When helping land on the farm corn, the Gulf to Juatthink, long
a practical point along ,
r into
celery, whole pickles, olives or nuts plies until home gardens come the acreage held out of Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934 I
be used for commercial navigation Havana and
next imported tobacco
you may use your fingers. For production summer. production under contract. Northbound-1:16: a. m., 1:59: p. *
as well as aiding drainage of adjacent -
1st Before recent freeze In Flor-
I j frosted cake a fork Is needed. the territory.",' m.. 5:24: p. m., 9:19: p. m. for only 5c\\ Kisist
Always lay your knife and the ida acrage of eleven Important Southbound-2:18 a. m., 9:34: a.

', H+, fork with the tines up on the right vegetables for harvest during the HELPFUL TYPICAL HINTS TROUBLESON IN WANTS DELIVEREDTALLAHASSEE m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00: p. m. onaFLOR de KfEC&Ato

1'' 't side of the plate when through, winter was ten per cent above a LIQUOR Tickets and Information at get the most
FLORID V FARMS: -The old State your
and when passing a plate for a sec year ago and one-fourth more than Smith's Service Station next to : Improvements actyourjnsurance
, opd helping. Keep your knife in the: average of the last five sea- law prohibiting shipment of Intox- courthouse. oney ever }ught.L .
w'' I of the problems into countieswas
this position during the meal when sons. The real damage the freeze (Troubles typical icating liquors dry

a it. did Florida truck Is hard to tell current In the agriculture of attacked In the Supreme I TRAIN SCHEDULE Lewla Clear Mfg.Co..Maker
not using Florida, and the best means for Court on the ground the law was Newark. N.J.
since much replanting will be done. 5a .. .
Unfold a dinner napkin only Southbound a -- is sir
I Some Increase in shipments of overcoming them, are treated in repealed by enactment of State- .Ir.a.rJ 4111.r ,... ,ha ,...
L half, a luncheon napkin lap. entirely, vegetables from Cuba to the Unit the items below. In all cases the wide prohibition in 1919, and was No. 1-Due Starke 11:01:: P. M -r..a.eo.I.st.nd.T aRot Je ;
and lay across your
procedure outlined has been suggested not revived when prohibition was No. 11-Due Starke 11:25 A. M. .. ...
at only one ed States may be expected as a result .-.W. a.A tn l.i. .inMM
n" If you are a guest of the reduction in duties for by workers at the State Ex- repealed, last November. No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M. *..M kaow kwl..,.V
I meal, partly fold your napkin No. 191-Due Starke 10:27: P. M. ,..e.- T.u..r..p.1eb f
Station in the .
you have finished eating, and lay certain periods. Shipments, how periment or Agricultural arrfy........ IU.OTTMIUV MELBAOAINESVILJLK
; h. If will ever, from Cuba and Mexico depend Extension Service, in response LOAN COMPANY: ROBBED NorthboundNo. as -- --, '- .. J
!' it beside your plate. you 2 Due Starke 5:08 P. M. ..... taT
to requests for advice.) TAMPA-Two bandits in a raidon : -- .1- ( pw.y Ie
the situationIn
be- largely on price
L, be there longer fold It as It was the Jefferson Loan Society No. 12-Due Starke 4:50: P. M. -u- .. p.... elah..M.HAROLD .
the United States, and that Is -
fore the meal started. : I vaults at 308 Zack St., obtained No. 108! -Due Starke 3:56 P. M.
.. not expected to Improve sufficiently -
-- In Florida
Scuppernong WALL
grapes C.
Starke And Wannee Branch CIGAR
loot valued at $123,000: kidnapedA. nente
* GRAIN to attract much larger imports.
PRICES OF FEED should be pruned in January or No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A.M.No. .
J. the
Rodrlgue ,
" r manager
February are
102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P.M.
one of the most extensiveman OAINESVILLE CANDY CO.;
4 4 HIGH IN 1933 SEASON vioua year. The cattle and sheep mant. Cutting them back severely t
STARKE FLORIDA Gainesville Flo. Distributor
I hunts in ,the history of Tampa ,
buying program to meet the feed Is not good practice, since the

wL GAINESVILLE Feed grain shortage, the hog adjustment program fruit U borne on the old wood. Re- have succeeded" in eluding po-

prices are expected to remain relatively and natural liquidation as a moval of too great amounts will lice.

;ct '' high during the coming' result of short supplies and high reduce the next season's crop. .

year since the supply now on hand prices of feed were the principal Bunch grapes differ in that they SHORT NURSING DAY

4 is the smallest since 1881, the 1933 causes. produce fruit on the new growth of ST. PETERSBURG-An elght- Out-Ahead

' Florida farm outlook report l Issued After allowing for the feed need- the current year Pruning is unnecessary hour working, day for Florida !

' i 0 by the Agricultural Extension ed to winter work animals and feed with the muscadine type, nurses was advocated here by Mrs.

r'=t, '7r Service points out. dairy cows and chickens it Is apparent unless they are over-running other Charles T. Plunkett. Jr., of Ad-

The United States corn crop was that the feed remaining plants or covering too much terri- ams, Mall, at a district meetingof

estimated on October 1, at about for fattening hogs, cattle and other tory. the Florida Nurses Association.Mrs. .
Plunkett said the plan was In
56 per cent of average. The oat livestock will be very much below

y : crop was the smallest since 1882, the smallest quantity used for Red clover has been found poorly successful operation in New York,
Massachusetts California and
the barley crop was sixty-five per these purposes in any year. adapted to most parts of FlorId .

cent short, and production of grain Some changes. In feeding practices .. Trials of It in various sections Maryland.

9 sorghums was fifty-six per cent of will be necessary, and grain repeatedly have failed to.give .

i. >i?; crop precludes prospects of any how farmers make these alkaline muck soils of the Everglades I I SEBRINO A treed 'possum r

, { ; substantial increase in the feeding changes. These factors of scarcityin ; were the experiments successful caused the death of Raiford Dur-

I j of wheat. The 1934 hay crop feed grains and hay point to the In any degree. Red top rance, 28, of 'Spring Valley in

was the smallest during the last feasibility of many Florida farm- grass; as raised in the north, also Highlands CoiftUy.. Durrance was

A sixteen years.. ers raining more home grown feeds alls when planted here. Natal prodding ,the oposgurn with the

?S From present Indications supplies and Improving permanent pas grass which grows well in'' the stock of hln discharged.shotgun "'when the
n One side
1 of commercial feeds for the tures. state, sometimes Is referred to as weapon was
1934-33: season will ba smaller than red top. of his head was blown away. Hewav
Mr, and Mrs.
1 in recent years, and supplies of One-third of the area of the con- ,- the son of

I feed grains available for importa- tinental United States is forest or Peppers are susceptible to root- i George Durrance, of Spring Val

P> tlon into the United States are potential forest land. knot and it is unwise to plant themIn ley. .
v &r' small because Europe, like the soil containing nematodes. Whatla '

<, v United States, la short on feed. The enrollment at the 1934 Jull- known as the double treatment HELP WANTED h'' Sr ,le""rw01'1.

| / Numbers of livestock on farms, Hard Summer School of Music In of sodium cyanide and! ammonium OCALA Although President

i, ;' however, have been reduced more New York was fifty per cent sulphate will free the land of root- Rosevelt told Congress 0,000,000

rapidly In 1931 than In any pro- greater than in 1933. knot nematodes. While the coat are unemployed an Ocala firm Is THE
having trouble finding men. An new AEROTYPE CROWN
-- -- ---- usually Is over $100 per acre; the '
1q soil Is left rich in plant food and up and coming Industry at Silver OutStartsVaporizes
4 ETHYL is ahead in .
for way out performance..
Springs hag been looking an
AMAZE MINUTE, additional nitrogen seldom will be sit lowest l ;
A Allen for the temper s
assistant for ROBs
required by the next crop. Positively a new fuel-unlike and amazingly
past few weeks, but there are no

SCIENT1FACTS. .::. BY ARNOLD --J applicants. Allen Incidentally, is minimum choking.OutClicnbs. superior to any gasoline heretofore sold...

SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS employed by ,the Florida Reptile
One tankful unmixed fuel
with other
Institute and his Job Is,extractingthe any

H "; THE MIGHTIEST BLOWS poison frffm 100 rattle nakesevery' Highest anti-knock rating will prove that it outclasses any gasoline you 1

rig. THE IMPACT of A LION'S PAW, Sunday'atternoon with his ever offered for land service
1 t t5S /' HE FLIP OP A WHALtS.' T..L..D. THe bare bands carbon knock have ever used. A mixture will not produce t

/ the best results ifou be the
; POWERFUL BLOWS THAT ANIMAL -CAN THE coM weather which has morA CITY ATTORNEY ARRESTED OutPowersComplete judge..No 1

y'i I DELIVER / ,tmreitied ur, lens the blanketed supply the of country treat fruits has GAINESVILLE When a man increase in price-sells for only two cents R

and vegetables and Increased bites a dog, that's news-but whena vaporization pro.
i their prices Root vegetables are particularly I chief of police arrests a city at- duces oil power-no dragging, a gallon more than Crown Gasoline. 1

food choices al this time. torney for violation of an ordi- -leu crank-case dilution. 1
Cabbage and kale are hardy and _
nance which be helped to draw
still --- -
plentiful and fairly low In price.
f Thi-re will he plenty of citrus fruits that's a spread. Fred D. Bryant,
14' a asI apple' and nuts for holiday needs at Gainesville city attorney, was doc- Out-Classes '

jry. moderate prices There will also be an keted in police court recently on a rr
f ftj fv tion ever applied to. motor
ample supply of turkeys, gmie. ducks, charge of discharging fireworks
and roasting chlrkena. They will b.mod..rat..ly I gasoline. gtTSq
priced.Hers within the fire zone on the

are three menus Including s square to be exact-Just prior to
Christmas dinner mail up from advent of the New Year. I Out-Ahead

reasonable foods .- Virtually gum-free- no snd

tj ; 1rIs Low Cost Dinner MIMI INVESTIGATED gummy or sticking valves to

..1_ ,y Veal Pot Pie with Pastry Crust l\IIAMI-GI'and jury investigation cause loss of power y rx p .
Potatoes; Carrot of crime conditions of this a r

I t V lri-ad, and Butter. resort community, climaxed by the I

Prune Whip recent gangland killing of a gambler -
V,,'a or Coffee Milk
/t. was ordered by State Attorney -
P.lidlura: Cost Dinner N. Vernon Hawthorne. Decision -
-t' /
,y COLOR BLINDNESS- U Lamb P-iruluy Potatoes to call the grand jury into .
l:1?t mE MILLIONS O* Meshed i Rutabaca -
t NERVE mu IN m EY& Turnip cession wag reached after police fe1
Bread and
RETINA EACH MS A DIEFtRtNT ButlerFruit authorities fafled to make much
'1 t-t- 4 COLOR Cup with- Coconut FOR YOUR MOTOR
COLO* '' the
.. 51b0 UNONEtS '\111. or Coffee lillk/ headway solvfug mystery sur-
-. RESULTS rounding the Decent slaying of
a WHEN ANY SET OR SETS Christmas: Dinner .
$ ARE MUSING eR George SkeeU) Downs whose
'' WHEN OYSTERS ARENT' SILENT jmato Cocktail with Parsley Sprlj body contalnlag-glx{ bullet wounds,

S.' 'Wv DEPTH SOUNDING>> USING REFLECTED Celery Roast Turkey Stuffed Oliv s was found sprawled on a country .

ill SOUND WAVES MAD TO 8S ABANDONED Chestnut Sluning Giblet Gravy road north of here by a party of STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED
14 sY THE U.S.SURVEY OFF CAPE HATTERAS West Potatoes Buttered Onions hunters

BECAUSE OP THE CLICKING PROM OYSTERS Cranberry or Currant Jtllly! -a
OPENING AND SHUTTIN4 THEIR SHELLS. \ ..r'.*n Salad Plrolonto Dreaming I Fourteen million pounds rf blue

...- ....-...-.... .tcauea fruit Dinner Cak.Roll, Orange Sauce clay are required to yield one I IN ,I KENTUCKYrAGE
Codie pound of diamonds.

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'--- ---- -.---.---- -.--.-- .--- -. _.-- --- -- .. -- -- -- --, -- - .. ,- -- -. -. -. .- PAGE-- SEVEN.., .
-- '" ----
DIRECTORY It must be remembered that for
proportion( to their being earn->
1934 auto tags were an averageof
: ed The fellow who makes
no ;

_,, Rev First O.Baptist B. Price Church, Pastor for $1198 the prior each year as against and that$1611 1933 The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures BEHIND L profits would Is that not such be taxed Suspicion i

10 00 m. a programwould
Sunday School- : a. auto registrations (entire year) the I
!;Morning: Worship-11:00: a. no. were 301,805 as compared with mean plenty of work for i
,*J Y. P. U.- ::15 p. m. 339,163 for the first nine monthsof 7'h. ..Iii.l" .r N public accountants who may qualify "
iVeningf Worship-7:30: p. m, 1934. An Increase of about Kin*. CnpltalJOHNSON as experts In finding ways and
Jad-Week Prayer Servic -7:3: ten per cent thus indicating greater Tv.w.. E means whereby the tax may be I
cut down. as happened with the
car. Part of thIs
per fly Oscan advent of the income and excess
Tou are Invited to all our serve Increase represented old care coax- S
sad KE T WATSON profits tax of the federal lfovern-
ed from garages by the lawer tags. ment. '
AD VALOREM-Since 1925 ad
Method Church valorem taxes per mill have sunk Governor Sholtz barred attend- r.
ev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor, lower and lower in a tighter and I\ ance of county officers upon the Comptroller Lee recently "dug ;

(unday ornin School Worship-10-a.11 m.a. m.Ipworth tighter disastrous circle of decreasing seasons of the 1933 legislature up" $26.000 deposited to the creditof
? assessments, higher levIes the Jacksonville Old Soldiers ]
League-6:45: p. m, They could only come by Invitation
greater per cent of delinquency Home on deposit In bank Since ]
ivenlng Warship-7:30: p. m."ou percentages. Only in 1934 did It was hU contribution toward it Is costing $800 monthly to maintain -
Invited to all these sere _
are the tide finally turn: In 1925 a reducing lobbying .The Gover- the home to( provide for abouta
see. one mill state levy would produce nor Indicated in his speech last half dozen Inmates, Lee cut off

Presbyterian Church about $500,000. By 1928-29 this t ,11 o ot Thursday night that he Is Just. as the Tallahassee supply of money i
lev. George H. Lowry, Minister had declined to $412,382 and 1932- strongly opposed to lobbying as To keep going the management '
'10:00: a. m.-Sabbath School. 33 saw the bottom with 230450. he ever wan r Indications are will have to draw on Its "savings" :
11:00: A. :1>I.-Morning Worship; The next year turned up to $262- that county officers will not be account, and in doing so it will be \
rmon by the pastor. 673 for an impressive and significant permitted to lobby at the forth able to( maintain Itself for about.

[6.30: p. m.-.Junior Christian En- Increase of 186 per cent. coming session three years or more. \
factors other than return- -
t avar.7:30. Helping ;
4' : p. m.-Evening Worship. ing prosperity must be given due A survey of the development of Senator T O. Futch, presidentof
consideration, however. The Futch the primary Idea in Florida fur- the Florida Legislative League. ,
law, whereby delinquent taxes nishes an Interesting study To repudiated the call of Secretary

The could be partly settled with cheap Peter O'Knight of Tampa, goon Bierly, of Tallahassee, for an annual -
bonds, accounted for three pointsof credit for the staging of the first three day session at Jackson- 1
the Increase, and Federal home primary election In Florida, it is ville to( discuss legislative matters i
- t etter BoxStarke and farm, loans for another three.A believed--That was when he was a Bierly had failed to advise
gradually strengthening reali- youngster attorney at Fort Myers, with the president respecting the a

zation by the officials that stern then a part of Monroe County call ... Therefore no meeting will
Florida. collection policies were the only )f .,, Key West and Monroe County be held The program to com- J
;h. January 7, 1935. salvation of the paying taxpayer, Y k t''h. ranked among the largest in the mand Interest of those attending .
' ((4'Dear[, Editor: also undoubtedly was a factor that hw'' state Understanding was that covered the whole range of sub- 1)
>In answer to requests for a def- annot accurately be charted. rN the Senator and one representativeshould jects generally expected to con- i

llnitloii of communism we submit MONEY Bank deposits for come from Key West, the front th 1935 session.

th. following: June 30, 1933 In the state were second representative from the
.% 'Communism Is a world-wide pole $160,973,440 as contrasted with Elijah I I. Taken Into H..T.n by: a Fi.ry: Chariot.-After Ahab's death his ion, Ahazlah, reigned, and "mainland." Knight was nominated Henry Filer, re-elected by accla"t"t
'1tiCal organization advocating: $203,799,000 a year later. This Is led the children of Israel into Idolatry. But Jehoshaphat who( ruled the tribe of Judah served the Lord. for "mainland's" representative mation as president of the l

'I ''f Hatred of Cod and all forms an increase of 266 per cent as Ahaziah fell through his chamber lattice and was Injured. He sent to Baal-zebub to inquire If he would at a mass meeting There was Education Association, plans to go
of ligion. compared with a national increaseof recover, and for this Idolatry Elijah prophesied that he would die. Ahaxlah lent men to take Elijah, but considerable objection, however, down the line fighting for $10, 00- ,
i' ,"', 2', twelve per cent and thereforeis twice the prophet brought fire from heaven upon them. And the time came for Elijah to leave hie prophet's and he proponed( a primary, an- 000 state aid to public schools 1.
): Destruction of private property duties to Elisha. The refusing to leave the older prophet accompanied him to the river Jordan.
not to be too heavily discounted latter nounced himself as a candidate One thing seems certain, and that
,. i and inheritance. as being merely return of timid "And Elijah took his mantle and wrapped it together, and smote the waters, and they were divided hither Republicans had a strong footholdIn Is if such an appropriation can be
"$8" ; Absolute social and racial mony reassured by deposit guaranteed and thither so that they two went over on dry ground. And it came to pass, when they were gone over there the "mainland" part of Monroe made by the legislature, the state
I equity; promotion of all class ha- : Banks nevertheless follow appeared a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; end Elijah went up by a County Shrewd and politically: will demand much greater controlof
trod whirlwind into heaven."-II Kings 2: 814. Tils illustration 1s from Merlan's story *f the Bible In pictures .
;, 1\<' ; national trend of lack of enthusiasm discerning even then, Knight saw school administration The 1
, (..Tar 4i Revolutionary propaganda for lending as figures engraved n In _1625.____ he would be beaten, withdrew in state would be putting up within q
4t.brough the Communist Interna- show only about fifteen per cent favor of a friend Republicans $2,500,000 of the present requirements i
- ;,,tlonale, stirring up communist ac- of resources loaned for local com- power ia generally recognized as a tion. State school money Is distri- ment In real estate and buttlness. won by a wide margin Knight Of course, the Filer plan :
\:fitivitles in foreign countries in or- mercial activities. very accurate barometer of conditions buted on that basis. Present For this thert Is no accurate meas- came back to the next session as Is that whatever Increase over the

";-"'' ;,tier. to'cause strikes riots, sabot- FARMING-Agricultural condi- State of Florida as a school term shows 277.629 white ure. Check of chamber of com- the Democratic representative present $5,000.000 allocation Is pro- \
,..g*>; bloodshed, and civil war.Sri have materially strengthened from Lee County, created by the vided shall go to Increased pay of
whole twelve cent Increase and 104,881 colored as books ferries
comparedwith ,
shows a per merce registration ,
, / Destruction of all forma of throughout the state and appearto previous session teachers. Therein Is to be found ..
for the first ten months of 271,379 and 103,536 for( the toll bridges, transportation sources
i. if democratic or representative gov- be headed for still further In- the fly In the ointment Filer i
.i iVernmenta: including civil liberties, creases in spite of the disaster of 1934 over 1933 with conditions as same period last year. This Is a Indicated tourist volume In the Ten men under sentence to death made it plain that although the
-', such as freedom of speech, of the the freeze of Decembr 1214. This to rates and extensions practically white gain of 2.3 per cent and a state on December 1 to be forty per for murder have had death war- educators would fight their way
prasa, of assembly, and trial by freeze apparently Is the worst constant. East coast led with an colored gain of 1 per cent, far cent ahead of taut year. There has rants issued against them, still through the legislature, they would
Jury. since 1895 and was the earliest In eighteen per cent increase, west from Impressive. Detailed study been a material slacking of the await execution, their date of exe- finally take $3,000,000 which would ;
.' 9f The ultimate and final objec- the winter of any other historic coast eleven per cent West Florida( shows however .7 per cent and 3.4 tide since that time. Rents are up cution having been potttponed for come of the one cent of the gasoline <
. A'tioq) ia by means of world revolution freeze. Major cold disasters hitherto four per cent and ridge section no per cent for the metropolitan sections ten per cent to fifty per cent one reason or other One of the tax now going to the general .
:, ) to establish the dictatorship have never appeared earlier increase. where are most of the values throughout the tourist area and most Interesting among these lethe I fund That is the Governor's I
:. of/i the so-called proletariat Into than the last day of December. The POPULATION-Essentially and and debts. the victims do not take kindly to cane of W. R. Buchanan, of suggestion, If possible, though he ,
.tt"I, i : world union of soviet soclalls- shock of thla event to the economiclife eventually solution of Florida's A sustained population increaseof i It. As a result for the first time Taylor County, convicted of slay made it as no commitment, ,
with the at economic and financial ills will this will but not since the towns officers He
fi !republics capital is going to be very severe buta proportion help 1929 small ( are Ing two prohibition 8 1,
,cow. sound appraisal of these effectsIs depend on new money which In solve Florida's problems. getting a play with a healthyeven has been lead to the very door of The department of agriculture '
, ',1I11s excellent dlflnltion of a not possible at this date. Fruit turn presupposes new people. Evi- TOURISTS-This Is Florida's spread of Income. the death chamber, at least five Is breeding disease-resistant tomatoes '1
tem widely used and heard at the loss Is the biggest immediateitem dence along this line Is not en- greatest business and the hardestto .- times, but still lives because of the great Increase t
.-present time reveals the real men- and even vtat Is undeterminedand couraging.( Most reliable data Is measure. Besides the quick dollars A cough dislodged a nail which in tomato juice drinking. .1
J.act{' back of many recent disturbances Is somewhat overshadowed by furnished by school attendance or to hotels, restaurants, auto had stuck for two years In the Senator Hodges, who will be 'N';

. '. throughout( the world. the: natural jubilance of those who rather registration as all counties Industry, amusements, home own throat of Percy Hayden, 9, of next President of the senate, wants Shanghai Is the largest city In 1\\
*! "f 4; Very truly escaped. and...are already feeling make unobstruslve but strenuous ers, it Is the big long time and Petersburg: Va., after several operations to tax corporation profits He the Orient, with a population of j
? I kkf?, Publicity Chairman.Temperance higher prices* in spite of the long efforts to get maximum registra moat important factor Invest had been unsuccessful. Hays that profits should be taxed 3.150,141.

; Committee. delay and present uncertainty over
' Authority: This Is taken from
AAA control. e ...
,'Tbe date of publication is missing; For two years, acreage under
however, from the content of cer- cultivation, subsistence homesteading ( -

,I, ,uSn articles I infer it is the latter home gardening, have shown
marked increases over recent
of November. 1934.
e part
, 'iJi. W years. Federal subsidies added a i
i .p 1 .F. million and a half to the farmer's Presenting j

'florida pockets for the 1933-34 season, and
about a million for the present one.
r,,;;1\.'. For 1934 Prices average much better, and
better balance In producing self
!, needs of food Is widespread. The
! ,By WALTER P. FULLER citrus Industry continues sick but
r'1.EADING-Year's' end finds the with the canning industry reaching, r
state the balance of the i
leading a peak of two million cases and Two New
'in of condi
nation Improvement
rapidly growing there is eome sunlight -
tions. Statistical analysis of money here. Tung oil in Central 3
volume of business 3.r
; purchases, Florida continues to improve as
Mlldlng! tax collections, so shows. hope for profitable use of a hall .
k J Xflpped by worst freeze in forty million acres of land with present

:r'jI, years, nevertheless agriculture actual substantial progress. With
ih.) : stttwa good pogress, the state en- tick eradication around the corner,
/i! tars tourist year; real estate 'ia a ten-year fight will end and seethe I
,timidly beglnnlngto sell; the boom beginning of a new and Bound
j i.i.t1IXIe overplus of building Is almost day In Florida cattle business

'Absorbed; tax returns increase; which has always been more substantial
,: debt refunding Involve a third of than generally realized. i
the distressed debt of the state
progress. But the general picture 3
eral between 1933 and
't. none too encouraging.
all favorable but their
1934 are
"lt Homestead exemption amend-
! dwarfs to almost
l'' presages national revolution In ad significance
when comparisons further -
valorem, ( tax as other states plan to nothing go
back. Be it remembered that

ow tes move suit and for or as already twenty-three have Florida's huge debt was contractedon ( in the two lowest price rangesTHE

ir-all ,,tax limitation. an optimistic view of the future -
from the rosy heights of 1925
v EERING AHEAD-The 'com-
and that there has been no appreciable -
ji1 year, however, presents enough
reduction of the debt
blems and difficulties to thor-
s hly temper enthusiasm. Bond since I those halcyon days. DIALJIN AOVBKTWIMCMT

ding has not and does' not Car loadings for one of the major -
eaten to reach sound basis. CI- roads of Florida contains not MEW S IIEVROLET presents the the low-price field. Both of them THE NEW
much good news. Thla line in
'lw face mounting difficulties
loaded 101,017 and received V.J finest can and biggest value car are powered bjr the improved
lo' rations and, money sources 923 cars STANBARI CHEVROLET MASTER DE LIXE CHEVROLET
tlclpatlon by state In poor re- from connections 88,802 fora that Chevrolet ha ever offered Master Chevrolet engine. Both
; problems of a crumbling tax total of 189,819. The next year lOWftST-PRICID SIX a
lure; controversy over sales running on momentum, the business The New Standard Chevrolet give remarkable new performance NIW STRIAMUNI STYLING

and other new sources of mon- of the state produced 92,107 UNUSUAL, ICONOMY styled in the traditional Ch..roletand both are even more fICOTUDI' TOP, BODY BY NSHIR
" control and regulation; cars and brought 114,216 from
rr pportlonment( of senatorial, rep- connections for a total of 206,323. FLASHY ACCIUBATION manner which bas proved so nomical operate than previous KNH.ACTION :,. ;

ntatlve. judicial, congressional Now contrast 1933 and 1934. All 23% MORI POWER popular. And the new Matter DLuxe Chevrolet SM these new can
total of state of 1933 brought 21,273 from connections ... LONOIR WMIILBASIROOMIIR
rlcta all add to a 4lelewey sad NI* IMbIc.
ilema that a rudderless Irre- and loaded 37,027.. This Chevrolet beautifully and you will choose Chevrolet for

nalble state democratic party approximate gain for the year of sloe ROOMY BODY BY FISHIR streamlined the Fashion Car of quality at low coat. BODIIS t.1,

es little hope of adding up and about ten per cent seems Import- SMOOTH, POWERFUL IRAKIS SPIID, POWER, ICONOMY
iDtracting with any particular ant until. 1934 Is remembered to CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT. MICHIGAN

essful answer show a loss over 1926 of about BLUI-FLAMI VALVI-IN-HIAD INOINI c..p..ca... ''- __'''''.-oCM.A.Cs.r .4c-.1u---- LUI-FLAMI VALVI-IN-HIAD INOINI

BUSINESS FORGES-BUSineSS seventy per cent. ,Favorable offset ce KUKB' ACTION OPT.O..L AT SMtLL.AUOIIIOHAt f f
generally forged ahead. LJqul- ][ from non-railroad< standpoint A\n IP. Mat sri..* 'l Vrw fOa'1'/
Its however Is the Immense gain In *1mm4mr4 lloadXrr .! Pllat' NOW ON DISPLAY AYIIIP. I.... ...... .. M.....
completed ,
f tloo has definitely Mirk.M Wltk .......... u. I. ... at Vllat.Mirk. 1 1CHOOSE
artbreaktng cycle. The broken truck and water shipments during ...r: llr. ...4lr.. /...... ... .easl'a.Wltfc .._....,
economic frame- the same period. Port shipment $465 IU. *lr' 1..2.= 15) ..01........ $ 560 .p.r. fir* .adr.. lurk eke u,
s i of a crushed .*...... ...J..t ./. ....... ll-. "..... l. .,J%..M> .4dl.l.aal.
rk are definitely knitting.Iteming showed an Increase of almost ex- wlfkaat ..>!... Prl... ...air.lu .......
must be made however, actly $100,000,000 in 1933 over e wltkonl ni tli* ,
t imps: cment hit* u. 'been as 1932 with a total of $242,403,760,
Y rked or aa actual aa present and 1934 totals know to be ma- n

'" 3 Is tic bopea. Her are some terially higher but not. yet avail "
the Important weather vanes able CHEVROLET FOR QUALITY; AT LOW COST

I' tidal marks; Significant light is shed on this
''i ASOLINE TAX-Fiscal year angle of the situation by dollar
-3..1?$14,137.591.81; fiscal year volume of retail sales. A 1929 total
34. $19.233.114.: Gain of 7.8cent. of $504.323.000 shrunk in 1933 r

Better showing la first to 288804.000 and 1934 total apparently -
en months of 1934 calendar will Increase that last Torode Chevrolet Co. 41

with $14,876.97389 againstr.042.03 figure by about thirty-five per
for the same period cent. '
'33 for a gain Clf 14 per: cent. POWER Use of electricity l : : STARKE. FLORIDAwW


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y ifBradford:: fo" County Telegraph STARKE'S Bradford County's BIRTHDAY decision BALL to -- --- -:::

';o join the ranks of communities Maybe You'veHeard l ODD --- BUT TRUE Q Qi

l'I Established 1877 sponsoring Birthday Balls for' the

f : .- .- -- .- -- -- .. .-- -- -.-- President has met with enthusiastic It But ,

f i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class response. r'd r l

: Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Already different organizations and '
are endorsing the move are I a

j '; :; E. L.. Matthews= __.:::_:.___..._______ ____Ed-.tor. and O-- ; women pledging folks their, even support at, this while early the Henry JAFSIE and Al DRANK'ManasHa BEER chancedto ti d r:4Cr: -, t TALL FIE Mo Fitt.UB S\*POUNDti VHCH13

o .. .', .. .. _._ __ ___ __ __ ._______ date can be heard discussing! what be In Daytona-,Beach during the +'' r ''i; Its \HOt WEIGRTV At
recent visit to Florida of Dr. JohnF. TNt 4PEGFlCATlOMB
SUBSCRIPTION RATE they will wear on that festive occasion. S 4 la+aos
: Condon (the Jafaie of the Lindbergh : t Tttl tan VVOAVtUXlEGFtUJ

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Old or young, male or female. 'case) and report-after so l',E' FOR,Mt>EM.WCrttt. r
a time-thai they saw the
'long .
; Advertising Rates on Application Democrat or Republican, you will !
o ._- -. .. .. --- have a good time at the ball, and payer of the ransom money at a
table near theirs night club.

;, Umatilla Tribune says that the paddle was the first now you should to attend.begin making plans Jafsle was In a talkative mood, 51 t '

education. they say, and his"table was surrounded tj'
board of ,
If you are too old to dance-and by the eo.ger"and curious e..a s

i,' : 0 we have reason to doubt that one who were plying him with ques- .y..i ., ,
" '!> ever reaches such an age-it is always I tions about the and the
; '' '' Berry bushes are full of bloom and the farmer's heart kidnaping
: fun to watch the others and arrest of Hauptmann. The old
.' ;t !' 1 j is full of hope. there will be plenty more enter- fellow gave his love of children as

vg., o tainment In the form of a floorshow his. excuse for getting himself mixed

I In another month should be used to writing that will be more than yourmoney's up in trying to solve the most. t
worth. I
publicized crime of recent years.
I ti 1" 1935 instead of 1934. However, Important as It might Dr. Condon did not dance with \ :

seem, having a good time is only any of the bevy of beauties who
{' the secondary consideration at
t. surrounded his table, our informants
i } It is best to give- the children sturdy toys so father won't the Birthday Balls. The -primary inform us.:' He just sat and \

",, 'wear them out so soon. motive, which should not be lost drank beer. He was accompaniedby
sight of, Is to raise funds for wagIng two young fellows who might
I' \ 0 war on infantile paralysis have been his body guardsorthey

:,, All good things have to end-even the Christmas' holidays roughout the country and to honor might havo been just sitting. ,, ,t r 'noecta'suhoup, ,x4
President Roosevelt.It '
I for school children. too the Manass 'lhlnk.. _
; the last '
was happy conception no"" $
There was fan dancer at the
o year of some of the President's< _
club, so Jatsle'must have gone
P.' It's about time for the annual dispute over which are the friends to use the occasion of his just for the beeiC -, --
approaching birthday to afford an _
)1 i ? three largest cities in Florida. opportunity both to express the national -,
) '
0 regard for him, and, as an
o ; We are deeply Indebted to one -
r Incident to a commemorative social -
Roosevelt Congress and the Lindbergh kidnaping trial of our readers who hands lia a
event, to secure funds that r A
'. r rk occupy the center of the stage. would be expended in fighting a clipping from a Times-Union obituary -
It that all
' ; "k' dreaded disease-a project that Is definitely proves -TUt cB111E0t USE DucKt rL
" 1-- 101 I dear to Roosevelt's heart. I the funny mistakes In newspapers Tb TOM TMtm. '111ERt va' NO,, 'OP," 'o>

r, .,i Don't forget to file an application if you want your The parties were such a success aren't"made by small town weeklies ItOATS 1OW'" '" 't\\t.\
. IT she and
says, we agree. TO t1
> last that It was decided to -0
homestead from taxation. year L
''.. ::
I repeat them when the President Here Is the sentence that caused ': wlQ.\.n
'fL ..
pp o. --- --.. ---- -
9 : adds another candle to his cake on I a chuckle: "He married Miss ---

", The city set a good example by cleaning its property. January 30. In August 1898.and when the war .
it: : up ended settled .Jacksonville. and this revenue will aid in relieving GUESTS REGISTERED AT
The ball here, with its promiseof
; : The private owner should follow suit. entertainment and good music If you dldu't laugh, read it I TOO LATE the burdens of the local taxpayers STARKE HOTEL TillS WEEK

t 0f Is expected to draw one of the again, -
Wo. largest crowds ever to attend a social Real estate concerns all over Guests registered this week
f it \, No skin remedy has been found that will do an itching o function In Starke. MAGNIFICENT: DEPRESSION TO CLASSIFY I the state report constant sales. were: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ansley.

t !:J palm'any good, the Plant City Courier observes. It is a party that will appeal to We realize we'retreading, on Br nt'IISEL"! KAY Homes and small farms are In de- Geneva, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. R. N.
: dangerous ground, but,to this col- mand.. Many prospective investorsare Pervus, Indianapolis, Ind.
,'t1f,4 it; pt" all classes. It should be considereda R* rrtiirr, Florida Press ASSB. ; Mr.
t (t l privilege by everyone to provide umn one of the biggest! disappoint looking about the state for and Mrs. P. Nearing, Milford, Pa.;
: Scientists call the great African stork the Shoebill He enjoyment for themselves and at ments of 1934 was reading "Mag business opportunities. Mr. and Mrs.. W. Eckwller, Mil-

, can never become popular with a name like that. the same time know that the pro- nificent Obsession" after bearing 1935 Is now here. Another year I know one chap who came to ford Pa.: O. C. Arnold, Jacksonville

ceeds are going to some worthy about It for the past three or four with fifty-two brand new weeks Florida three months ago and Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
: : 0 for the week artists to start
. cause. years. taggin' bought a small cigar and drink Miller Philadelphia Pa.; Nat L.

t A Missouri man hiccoughed for a week. We would like -o11OOSEVELT'S- We've yet to find< anyone who for us. I think we had more stand for $100. It had never paid Lame New York City: Mr. and +
'' ANSWERThe but to that special weeks last year than ever and the location was not Mrs. J. A. Lawrence Colts Neck
to have heard him explain the phenomenon to his wife. agrees, it seemed us before and this particu-
question of t'what next 7" In the book was ill written, the char new year promises larly good yet the business haa N. J.j: J. C. Peek Jacksonville,

0 regard to the FERA and other relief acters, Indistinct! the conversationdull to be even worse: shown steady Improvement. He Is Fla.: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rooss.

i ,' One of the greatest pleasures a President has must be agencies has been In the backof the grammar poor and the I see where Governor Sholtz has making a comfortable living from I Bath, N. H.; Mrs. Marie Raleigh,
'l ? the minds of most 0 people, and ending, wherein'the hero operateson designated the last week In Janu it now and has refused several offers New York City: 'J. C. Browning
talking to Congress before it has chance to anything.An .
a say In front of the minds of some, for his fiancee would grace any ary as Citrus Week or Orange Fes- to sell, the last one being $500In Jacksonville, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.

0 several months. No one knew one of the lesser products of tival Week ,somethin' but the cash Van Wye. Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr. {'

editorial asks "What Is A Newspaper?" Some folks what the next day would bring movledom in an off year same period Is also set aside as 1935 is Florida's year : let's and Mrs. W. Cooper. Hudson, New
and some were fearful that the National Sal Hepatlca Week. International York; Mrs. W. E. Daley and sons,
make the
most of itt!
The central theme, which impressed -
think it is only something to cover the pantry shelves with.
; government's efforts to stimulate Fly-a-klte Week and Newton. Mass.; Mr and Mrs. Harold
seemed to us onlya .
o reemployment would be stopped kind many of ; Pollyanna Ping Pong Week.. W. Hager, Ocean' City, N. J; ?,

' A new song is entitled "When My Ship Comes In." Somefolk's altogether. stunt that, might glorified have been devisedby If I had my way I'd get author- COUNCIL CONSIDERS J. E. Peacock Jacksonville, Fla,; '
This fear was put atease last ity to officially designate an All- AIRPORT DEDICATION Wagner B, Johnson, Live Oak,
ships have. been out so long they think they've sunk. week when President Roosevelt delivered the Sunahln 'Commlttee of any American Paln-ln-the-neck Week, I Flap; Mr;_ end :Mr*, Huntington,

" v l o his message at the open- Girl Scout' ttoopron'f a ralney Friday during which all of us who are fed '(Continued from Page One) Bradford. Pa.; Mrs. F.. E.' Wilson,

r ? Florida's automobile and black but ing of the Seventy-fourth Con night. up on this nutty week business Patten & Landrum Account Buffalo. N. y; Mr. and Mrs. B. S.
new tags are yellow and
,i. Now ahead read the book -
go __ '
4 gress. It is now evident that he could really celebrate. Eurlka Fire Mfg Co 50.00 Tarvls, Pitman. N. 'J.; Mr. and, '
all the fellow who hasn't got the price of one can see is black.o does not Intend to withdraw from and tell us how much you liked it. Recently a young lady in Sarasota H. C. 'Wall, Premium BondR. Mrs:R. K. Sefton Pittsburgh, Pa.;

' a { the field, but that he will continue who feels the same way I do J. Davis Bond Trustee 500 Mr. and Mrs. W B. Bower Kingston .

The President's for It's his experiments until he hits upon OUR OWN TEN about the matter, sat down to her H. L. Brownlee Bond Trustee 2,00R. S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Angus
son was pulled speeding .pretty but at
Nobody asked ua! right
J. Davis Bond Trustee.20(
the solution that fits the peculiar trusty typewriter and produced a Bower, Shelburne, N.' S. Canada;
hard for some conservatives to keep up with the father, also. needs of present ,economic condi 0; this time we'd like to step for. ; masterpiece entitled "Just Weeks." J. F. Colley Bond Trustee __ 2.00 J. N. Owen, Jacksonville Fla.; Mr r,
ward with our list of ten picturesfor If don't Bank of Starke Interest 4500< and
0- tions. Read it below and lee you ? Mrs Henry Benedict War
True in his menage the President the year. We won't call it the agree with me In pronouncing. it Bank of Starke, Interest __60000 wick N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. S. Men-
5 The fellow who got kicked out for hugging his ten best, for the finer points of of
w' 'S young said, "The Federal Govern worthy of a place In the archivesof Bank of Starke Payment delsong. New Orleans, La.'
? girl doesn't believe there is any such thing as freedom of the ment must and shaH quit this bus movie technique are out of our American Literature. Light & Water Plant
line, but here la-'our idea of the Bond and Interest for 6
'; ,, press. iness of relief, but he seemed to
l i have meant only that direct relief ten most entertaining pictures JUST WEEKS months1030.00
.t o by doling out food and money shown locally during 1934: Broad- We've drug week and fire week, Bank of Starke...Interest _300.00 WHY GET UP NIGHTS

4?' Mary Garden says she thinks there should be more "it" without any return In labor by the way Through A 'Keyhole; LookingFor A Week for Education v M Jmlmer. nil. Berea Leaves. ._._....

/ ,i In Opera. Many husbands would appreciate more "it" and recipient must cease. He undoubtedly Trouble (about lines.the In men case who you Dress Up Week. Art Week Reffner-Vill80n Show Flush out excess. acid and waste"
repair telephone A Week for Conservation. matter.' Get rid of Irrlta-
.. has in mind a continu bladder I
i g less don't remember) David ,Harum, To Play 3 Days
opera. ance of the public works program t "* We've Garden Week and Apple tlon that caunei. waking" up, frequent
Death Takea A-'Holiday:, Little
0r that shall be "united in a singlenew Week.A desire, scanty flow" burningand +
Man What.Now: Crime Without Week when all must playt The Keffner Vinson Players, backache.
and enlarged plan. Make this tea test.
An Illinois insane
asylum is to create "just like home"atmosphere
The President continued: "With Passion: Gtft-QG aa ;'IOne".NlchtOf Merchants' Week. Safety Week,- "The show you know." will openIn Get juniper, oil, 'buehu leaves, etc., In
t : : for the inmates. What's the matter!; aren't they the establishment of this new Love; The Count of Monte Even a Week to Pray. Starke next Monday for a three little .green tablets called BuketH.

' ;1 crazy enough? system we can supersede the Fed- Cristo, and The day Divorcee. We've Boys' Week and Girls' Week days program, showing each evening the bladder laxative. In four days

;II: eral Emergency Relief Administration I For honorable mention we might Another Week for Books in their large tent on Call II not pleased your druggist will return .
11\\ 0 with a co-ordinated authority Include: It Happened One Night, Paint Up Week. when everyone Street your lea Mitch....'. DrugStore

One' exchange remarks that more men would try to which will be charged with the orderly Double Door, Murder At The Van- Improves the dingy nooks Heffner-Vlnson Players boast of .
r ,: reach the top of, the ladder if there weren't so many women I, liquidation of our present re- ities. Belle,The Of The Nineties Patch, and We have a week for Better Homes, the best vaudeville they have ever h
Of Cabage
at the bottom of It. I lief activities and the substitution Wiggs A Week to dress in Cotton had including such well known

'; 'l1 I of a national chart for the givingof ; Twenty Million_Sweethearts. In fact there's not a single thing vaudeville artists as the three La-
0 I These Weekers have forgotten. A
work' Mont Sisters singing' artists and
i' ,j; Received through the mail this week an invitation to buy I What the new set-up will be, the Excuse us while the we fact go" that Into As each is for some worthy cause tap dancers (and how they can GENT WORD 4
mild ecstacles over
4 some "pre-discovery" oil. Same public generally does not yet know. show Each one I try to keep dance), Josephine Royster, bluessln&er
; principle buying chicken to
as a our local theatre Is soon
The entire program Is. merely But Oh, I'd like sometime to pause supreme Dick and Dolly COLUMNFOR
1 before it is hatched. the film version of Charles Dic-
For just one Weekless Week.
A hinted at and definite details will Lewis, the clever little couple with

M ( 0 have to come later.. However it Is kens'It is"Great said that Expectations when American: Margaret.H Stone. Sarasota. the "golden voice.'" Dick and Joe RENT--:One bedroom.' with

If a man got ten days for calling Hitler a Jew, wonder evident that those who are still newspapers were running "The Old Speakln' of 1935 seriously, it the radio boy and girl late radio _fireplxce. 334 N. Cherry Street.
on the unemployed list will be tak. stars (tin ). Marjorie Noble
person ,
See Mrs L.. '
; '. what some American newspaper men would get for the things en care oil but It la also clear that Curiosity Shop" as a. serial when read- ought to prove a mighty good year that popular little acrobatic dancer E. Moseley. Itpd

they, have called him? Roosevelt means they shall work ers used to storm the pier each new for Florida In spite of the recent and many others Including an :MEN of good character desiring V n
arrived bringing
for what they get. the ship their freeze. All Indications point to itbeing army of the most beautiful and Government Civil Service positions
0 tro England In '
Installment .
the finest tourist in
----err--, year. fastest! stepping chorus girls ever 9105-9175 month; at
r :; The fellow who wanted to hunt Indians when he was a WAR ON CRIME eagerness to find:'out.If Nell was the state's history. Railroads and presented under'canvas... once.: For"personal Interview qualify write y

little boy grew up and spends his time hunting an empty When it comes to crime the felt.still,alive.Bring Now on your we know"Great how Expec-they bus lines report exceptionallyheavy The outstanding'feature of the stating 'age to 'Federal 'Service v
travel. tourist center
w J.t seat in, a movie theatre. United States has the unenviable tations. Even It It Isn't any goodwe'll Is crowded to capacity.Every Our roads show Is Jimmie Heffner (In per- ,. Training Bureau, Inc., Care of the
distinction of leading the world
Ilk It. son) the Souths favorite comedian 1.112t
41 0J' are swarming with foreign cars.
by a wide margin. Each year
and he is .
F, Even if you haven't tripped the light fantastic since you crime accounts for the death of DISAPPOINTMENTThe -- Merchants and business houses all forty-five supported peopl4.and a that companyof ever MAN ,WANTED for Rawletgh
t ten people out of each 100,000 of report conditions very much Improved Route of 800 families. Good
) quit courtln, plan to'attend the President's advertisedto charming leading lady; Beatrice
Birthday Ball circus that was with sales volumes much profits for hustler We train and ,
our population-the next country,
of last week LeRoy. Mi* LeRoy .is known by
to'be held here be here Thursday *
January 30. than
Greece, is a poor second with five. greater a year ago help you. Write today.- Rawletgh
rs4 i: failed to show up. The management While It .Is true that Individuals all tent show fans as being the best Co..
,k. pk In England, but one out of each many dressed Dept. FAA-223-SA3. Memphis
must have bad a good excuse leading lady now playing -
have been hit hard through Tenn.
100,000 dies because of criminal I 1-4 3tpl-18
k i,, > Taylor Dawson. one of the state's younger newspaper undertakings.The for not playing Starke-perhapsthe the loss, of entire crops of fruit under canvas. -.

{' ( men is the new editor of the Citrus County Chronicle. We greatest fight on crime ever elephant was sick, or something and vegetables, those who were Special'added attraction .rthls SEEDS that succeed at White's:

gi ,\'; wish him success in his new capacity. attempted In this nation Is now -but it should be a criminal fortunate enough to have saved season Is Evelyn, "The Girl Who We will have full line' of gar-

?, being carried on by the Federal offense to disappoint the kiddies theirs will find prices better than See. Tomorrow" den and field seeds for the spring

-0 government. So far the govern (and who knows how many grownups they have been for years. Ladles will be admitted free planting. Where quality tells anJ

,i They say that the number of movie couples who were ment has been extremely success ) after making 'them- lose all Our winter visitors will leave with each paid adult ticket Mon price,sells. ll-4t

married last year outnumbered the number who were divorced ful. Its agents have eliminated a that sleep over the prospect and of a millions of dollars the state day night only LOST-1 Dark Brown Cow' with
of lemonade a pot
{ number of underworld kings-have glass pink Gasoline taxes and the state reve- + ..,
r by one. AnA here we have been attacking morals bellied trapeze artist in dirty white tip ends of horns cut off. Marked
nue from this
frightened others Into hiding. racing year will probably SAFE DRIVING
'1 ii of Hollywood. Ughts. Crop Swallow' fork In 1 ear (maybe "
l Where In many cases local police ,exceed all previous years -
; I '+ called crop split).:Under Bit In
1 9yk 0 are corrupted. Federal men are I. Driving a motor vehicle requires )
with bell Mallory
The story'per"b.t.. about the negro on. Notify
The adult .schools in this county are staging a membership moved continually about from:' cook who> ,told her mistress she'd: like to borrow .that prizefight -, real skill. We like to watch a homas.' Itp
place to"place to insure that they book called "Lam His Bos skilled golfer like Bobby Jones or
.; drive during this month. If you were denied the advantages will make no undesirable connections ;criminal who does "*urap off" a cm." a 'skilledeh?" pt- like 1. R'r..p, r' tan v"!_ puppy.

k, of an education in your younger days, now is the will not be known to the Federal agent can look forward -, "Da**"* ..... We I....a 10 "..... .. ...w n..."e jpot on up! of neck

$5 4 time to make up for it. criminal element. Where local police to two' more immediately takinghis Not to be" outdone by the Sub- well drilled football team or seea and white, tall.' Will pay rewardfor

+Y i 1 are Inefficient. Federal men place. The whole power of the deb .Club. a "group of high schoolboys skilled racing crew' In- action.,We return to A..Brooke Starke.

pl up 0- are college-trained are Instructed Federal government with Its unlimited have; organized the ,PeasoupClub. admire skilled people. Itp .
;iY Somebody new racket every minute. In Ohio In chemistry, ballistics. all the subjects resources In money, men As no write-ups of the In short,'we like the driver who 5,

1 ;:,* strange man called at a farm home, left a package with the that make successful crime and equipment la turned loose to( meeting have been turned In for takes pleasure tn his real driving) OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typewriter

>i' *i> 0 lady of,the, house, saying that her husband had ordered it. local fighters.officials Where a small force of effect his capture and execution.It the social pages of the Telegraph skills rather than In how many accidents carbon ribbons adding: machine ribbons .
could sometimes be paper, typewriter: paper
\ Is pleasant to be able to report we had to have a special reporter I he Just missed having.Mr. .
fcifl She paid him the $2 he asked for and Intimidated that Is adding machine second
when she paper
opened the impossible that all the signs point to ma- ferrett out the new He failed to I Motorist, tutor
tvl'package found that it contained with Federal men/ 'because their jor crime "on the run" In are your driving sheets on sale at' the Bradford
paper napkins. I being find out the significance of the skills I ,Are satisfied
number' you that I Phone
1. not limited and .the this. J County Telegraph office.
country. however
name, they cannot be ,
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