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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 18, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LOME FIFTY-SEVEN. ______ _'.._ ________ __ STARKE: ,_-.FLORIDA- __FRIDAY:: JANUARY- 18'1998I ... ,. _. __ ... .. ,. .NUMBER. ELEVEN
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4 I + ergency Loan One Starke Business This BoomsIn 'Week; 8 Farm Project Reemptoyment Taking Applications Office I' Tax Assessor Hasl I Starke To Honor HimFRANKLIN I Phoney Alarms I


Tag Sales Bring Cash, For {Work on Cut.Off'

Io Be Availablor Have Been OK'd Exemption Blank I Arouse CouncilTo
: : ,At least one place to Starke reported ; Lamar C..!.ovler, district mat ;
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a rushing business this ger with the'National Reemplo; Sf''y'y L4

? week" with automobile tag 8ales< ment Service, was here Tuesdo :
Freeze Victim amounting to, 4750.00: for Monday Expect More Soon taking registrations for work.on For Home OwnerAppllrantx Drastic Step t

Tuesday and Wednesday.The the Road 13 cut-off at Hampton

biggest day was Monday, which is expected to begin with!

L. Wall Says Application the last day before the deadline i of Bradford Homo Owners Begin To the next few days. Asked to Bring 1)N"II. Will Clone All Boxes Except Ones

k Blanks Will Probably January 15, when sales totaled $1,. Feel Benefit Of Rehabilitation Mr. Lovier said that fifty skill -Miutt Swear to At City Hull and

, Be Here Soon 70000. Program and 100 unskilled laborers will be Valuation Light Plant
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Tax Collector C. A. Knight eat employed from this county. +

r+ W.. L. Wall received notice this mates that even with the last Eight farm rehabilitation pro. The contract for bardsurfacln Forms on which property owners All but two alarm boxes within!. ,.,..
" r eek from W. I. Myers, Governor minute rush only about sixty percent jects amounting to $2,79088( have this stretch of road, which was I reo< may declare their homestead for the city limits were ordered disconnected

4 the Farm Credit Admlnlstri of automobile owners in Bradford been approved to date in this coui cently let to the :McLeod Construction tax exemption under the Hon by the City Council this

ton, that loans will be made i bye County now have ,their 1933! ty, C. L. Dickinson, supervisorthe of Company of WIlliston s r<.- stead Amendment are now aval : week In a drastic move to eliminate .

emergency crop loan office to tags. No extension of time bas work here, said yesterday.The quires that the job be complete able at the office of Tax Asaesac i. the turning In of false alarms. ;

Id farmers In Florida whose crop I been granted for the purchasethe of following were named: R. B. by July 15. N. D. Wainwright, he announce A screaming siren has sent the '

ire damaged by the early DC 1 new. platea.Green .'' Thomas, Brooker; Sam Foxwortl this week. fire truck out on two wild goose
, tuber frost. Brooker; J. K. Douglas Brocket: Applicants must bring deeds to chased. within the past few days '

lp .. Mr. Wall, chairman of the local'' E. W, Hodges, Brooker; V. R. Pr AlvarezUnderBoniOn their homesteads in order to dull and council members are determined !

committee, said yesterday For Bonus vatt Lawtey M. E. Loadholt. I exemption. Mr Wainwright said. I to cut out this needless! expense

t he bas, not yet received the I' Lawtey; Arnold Grlffla, Star) The form contains blanks for the I to the city.

weary application blanks, butt and Vandl Williams, Starke. Murder Charge name of the owner, legal descry(- The two boxes that will be left .:

he?expects them momentai He Says On Visi The loans aremade In the form i tion of, the homestead, statement i in operation are situated at the ,\
. of requisitions for materials to 1 bused that the owner Is the head of a city hall and the light plant. The '

.4.!;\'. e funds may be used for prc in making general repalra'j family living In Florida, and that I' box at the city hall will remain
lng, planting and cultivating'" Mr. Dickinson said, and I Constable Accur, Of Killing i the title Is In his name. The appllcnnt locked at all times and It will be
i'o' erclal vegetable and true: Congressman At Home Here Thl. available almost Immediately. All Herzog Hitch In Rnlford Is also required to fur necessary to get In touch with a.

11 r i}, ; bps t to be planted during the yea Week Discusses Various loans are for a period of not more Shooting nlsh the names and relationship ,of member of the police force or City

Ir 35. The interest to be charged BillsCongressman than three years. each member of his family. The Clerk Carl Johns In order to turnIn

f\\ five and one-half per cent per The supervisor expects for approval Constable O. M. Alvarez of Hal owner is required to swear to the an alarm there
um and loans will be made I In: R, A. Green will on additional projects to 1 be ford has bern"relea.ed'under $1,,. truth of his. return. Mr. Johns. suggested! that the

J Jtlples of $5, the maximum loan vote In favor of the Veteran received at his office within i a 500 bond after a coroner's Jury; ..Appllcatiomust be submitted D. ROOSEVELTPresident easiest way to give an alarm now

+ ng $250, but this maximum Bonus bill when It comes up In short while held him for grand jury action on: before March 1, Mr. Wain will be to telephone the report to

, t include all previous emer Congress and "will cross the bridge a charge of first degree murder, In wrlght said.Realtors. Roosevelt will have the light plant.
of the President's veto" ", hen connection with the killing s of more than 0,000 birthday parties
t tr crop loans made heretofore Each time the fire truck Is
" i the cy borrower. The minimum he comes to It, he said on a brie Trio Still Fights James Herieg Bitch, 22, at Ral Ask ForExemption on, January 30, and numbered brought out to answer a false
'! Is $10. visit here this week during' lull ford Saturday night among them will be the ball to be .' alarm It costs the city approxl. ,:
ton of held at the Woman's Club here" on'
session Benefit
In the heretofore busy r
allowances acre Alvarez'eaysthat young Rltcl mately $10, not Including the expense -
Maximum per
,.,\\1'';\are,4,: as fololws: the House of Representative. Trial in Florid was disorderly,and that he requested that date.1 N. Sternberg, chairman :, of operating the truck and t'
., believe of the Birthday Ball commute I!
," V'MJjCommerclal} truck crops without Congressman Green .? him' fo' go home. Rltcl The Florida Association of Real I II the danger that Is Involved every ,
that Individual Invitation
S fertilizer $10;;,where fertilizer Is that both houses of Congress will was joined by pave Tyson. Alvarez Estate Boards has Inaugurated a says no time a run Is made.
t 'used';( $22; and where both contlnircial pass the bill, that the President said, who told him that he movement to establish home own I are being extended, but that everyone Members of the council say that
that House of Men Accused Of Dr, who wishes to come Is cordially -
will veto it, and the Assaulting
fertilizer and spray mate would take the young man home ers' rights to the benefits of taj anyone caught turning in a false

';Hal or dust are used, $25. Representatives will pass it again Sternberg Appeal to The constable stated, however exemption. The Association's board Invited. alarm may be punished by a $50
r ;Tbe respective loan limits per: by the necessary two-thirds ma Supreme Court.-', that the two did not leave Imme i of governors charged that efforts Mr. Steinberg Bays! that fir fine or given sixty days in Jail.

'3a t re for Irish potatoes are $10, jority. He Is doubtful, howevei, .--- dlately and that when he attempted are being made by opponents, trestrict < lucky persons! have turned In their) They say that every effort will be
\ that the Senate will over Rooswelt's Three Georgia men accused of names as having a birthday on the
J,- and $27. go to arrest Ritch, Tyson interfer the benefits of the exemption made to arrest violators of this "
veto. assaulting Dr, Sam Sternberg, of name date as President Roosevelt,
i" Loans for miscellaneous com ed.' Alvarez said that he knocked amendment.A ordinance In the future.Woodmen .
i The Congressman is optimistic Daytona Beach, at the Georgia These are: Dr. W. E. Middle ton,
out with his billet and thai
1.t. ercial vegetable crops where nVSmmerclal < Tyson six ,point legislative program .
over the outlook for the cross-stat Florida football! game last fall mayor of Starke, Mrs, T, D, Rick-
used Rltch at him with
fertilizer ia aniSHjuJBalted came an open will be presented to the legislature -
;?; when canal: bill which he has already Introduced continued their fight last week to enbacker, Starke, Mrs. Dolly]
knife. follows
to $2.50 acre; as :; Install
per
{ at the present session i keep from being brought to FlorIda Brown Starke, H. D. Abernathy, ,j
to constable said that he fired ?
used The
, ,4't 'mmerclal fertilizer! is Roosevelt'sI I : 1. That the full force, power
: & (:t fits right In with for trialDeputies .. i one shot at the ground In front and Influence of the association b< Graham and George RahmeHampton. ,

f-Ii: [Borrowers .are required to sign Idea to get away from raking, of the Duval County. of the young man and that when devoted to support, clarification, ;
omisaory notes maturing on 01 leaves and chopping: weeds and sheriff's office armed with requisition 'this failed to stop Rltch's advance, adjudication, and broadening of the The Eight! Deuces, popular Jack'. Officers For Year
put labor to work on jobs of corn papers and a governor's warrant ionvllle orchestra has been engaged -
bullet .
i\' fore April I, 193:5 and they must he aimed and fired The entered provisions of the homestead exemption
};., ve a first mortgage upon the permanent benefit, be laid from Governor Talmadge ol his heart,, causing Immediate. amendment. for the evening Ticket -

4' getable or truck crops to bpen Mr. Green told about a little Georgia, made their fourth trip; Jeath. ,* 2. That; ,the system of ad va will be..:placed on sale early next Lodge Showed Progress Lout YearUnder
,d' he used In getting the to Georgia Ust Friday to get Felt
L during the year 1935 on the strategy Funeral services for Ritch were lorem taxation be abolished for reek'Mme ... Membership.
;' ad< described In'the application.- canal; bill referred to the Rivers Mlxon, Lamar Mixon and Herman held at '11, o'clock.( : Daay'mora'Ing state'"rvvruuop M_f>o..-.' ---.., ---- Drive
I and Harbors Committee, of whit] i Warmock, residents of Tarrytown, Raltord the '
:: at Sapp Cemetery near 3. That the state assume
,;J \ ls-chalrman. There was somi Ga, who are accused of the as .. The Rev. James Lyle olLawtsy Financing of the public school Young Men I All Friends Camp;; No. 138 Woodmen

: Nurses argument as to whether it should sault. However, the deputies returned officiated. The DeWitt C system, relieving counties and districts of the World recently Installed '

* t ounty t ; jo to this or to another committee to Jacksonville empty- Tones Company was In charge olirrangements. '. of this responsibility. 'I the following officers: :

where It might not receive as favorable handed.. 4. That the state assume the LeaveForCCCamp O. H. Bennett, counsel commander ;

a reception. 'The preponderance Hearing on a writ of habeas corpus Pallbearers were: Hubert John maintenance of all county road. In ; Owen Anders, advisor ;

sk For Gifts of precedent was In Lave for the three men was recently ion, Cecil Sapp, Q. B Reddish combination with the state road lieutenant; Henry Silcox banker; ,

>f having it sent to the latter com- denied, but their counsel Immediately Ray Bryan, Russell Conner and system and that all city streeti Oscar Andreu, escort; Gua Finley,

ti----: sottee but in* spite of this it was ( filed an appeal to the Georgia tVm. Carter. forming a part of the arterial Moot Recruits From liKe Arc sentry; G. W. Burney, watchman; "

f,( Classes Begin Here In Care ol'. warded to Rivers and Harbors, Supreme Court. Surviving are his mother Mrs highway. system be Included uncle; Sent to Oldtuwn In, Dixie r. W Morgan, secretary, and J. H. ,,

"n. Sick and Expectant Congressman! drotn,Interpreter Dr. Sternberg was confined to a Amy Rltch, of Raiford, and two itate control. County Fields, auditor,
,
favorable action to mean that Jacksonville hospital for several Sovereign A..J, Grlffla acted. t I
,:. \!."" Mother! ._ i his Isters. 5. That In the case of defaulted \
,,.,,'.;r !t,.* .... the House is Inclinde to be friendy wrecks following the assault and political' units the state board of Nine boys left Bradford County Installing/ officer, and Sovereign
.:.'. ii,' ? I bill. then spent some time with his pa P. M. Barefoot served as escort.
444 rrr health nursed) toward the administration the local last week to join Uncle Sam'sforeltry
Bradford\ County Dies proper ;
also feel thai rents., Mr. and Mr. N. Sternberg, S. R. Osborne As the result of an active membership
home The Congressman be wider' brigades In the Civilian
;: classes In by.j officials given powers
ve
returned tQ< Mark drive during the past
begun care of the sick for his bill. for an appropriation for .rc, He ,recently 3 Near Century and discretion In the use of Conservation' Corps Camps.The .
ene 't where he openatrental ..., .. year, many new member were ;
meet Beach
will _.. Lestei
eradication Daytona chosen were:
f' girls In the high school here screw worm __ debt service funds allocated by the ones All i
:jaenlor I added to the local lodge.
'.. W, asses in pre-natal care for ex- with favor. offices last summer, S. R. Osborne, 09, died at hid : Late in order to affect advantagtous Austin, Lawtey; Jerry Goodman,, meetings are well attended, and officers ,

:;\ tent mothers In the rural die.tY tome here earlyrThursday morn compromises, refunding and Jtarke; James W Rigdon. Law assure member. that many ,

1t?tY!I cts have also been started. and K. H. Green Dies MAMMOTH BIRTHDAY ng after a lingering illness of sev- eduction of funded debts. ey; Wayne Jackson, Starke;; Wll- peasant surprises will be had dur'I''I
American Le. GREETINGR. I rat 1 months. He would have been vital that real es- lam Gatlin, Theresas; Leonard
} [ire being held In the Home 6. That it is
Brooker the ,
., At ng coming year
,
of the local old at his next birthday,, Henry
" 7 fton Auxiliary room. L. Kemp, manager 100: years ate have protection against the Uldredge, Starke; Rudolph The local lodge has many deeds

; k}+1 The nurses are asking for thejollowlng held at Western Union office, said yesterday May 18. policy of confiscation that has prevailed Bryant, Starke; Gaines Marlon if charity listed in its annals betides :
: :t'%1 donations to equip theseClassrooms Funeral services were Church Wednesday that the company has placed Mr. Osborne had been a resident In the past, and that this licks, Starke, and Louis Thomas. promoting a general spirit of

1 : unbleached muslin, few River Baptist o'clock, its nation-wide system at the of r Starke for several years, coming kssoclatlon sponsor and do every. rheressa. fellowship Its mem. ;,
at three rood among
,'Mlheets, layets, rubber slip for baby afternoon ilsposal of the President's Birthday here from Norfolk Va. thing in Its power to establish not It Is said that most of the boys period of time ,
long
f' H. Green 72, promt- >ers during a
survived
for Robert for receiving Besides his widow he I. limitation here were sent to the Old-
mattress, baby pillow slips, baby Ball Committee to exceed a ten mill over-all from
Brooker section since Its organization.
: ;r of the
bed tent farmer cents from each per. by two daughters Mrs. M, White town In Dixie County.
for baby twenty-five purposes camp
3I j l,blankets, quilted pad died Monday night In i : for operation All members and visiting Sov-.
I[jjllapers' baby tray, bath towels, ackaonvtlle, who where he was remove ion who places his signature on a ,and Mrs. Percy Page Norfolk., and one son,, I against real estate. reigns are cordially invited to attend ,
-l for bedfcllde birthday greeting. Signatures i lay Osborne, all of .
'Tjplaln table with rollers for treatment,, multiple not LAnGE CROWDS ATTENDMETHODIHT : the meetings which are held
'l ed several days ago and had
> city, town Funeral arrangements
t foot stool, bath thermometer, service was conducted by from every Norman Ives InjuredIn REVIVAL iach Friday evening at 7:30: p. m. '
The to New York until time to goto
blankets, mattress, uimlet will be mailed been completed up !
soap' dishes, .
and Interment.was I --
mother's tray, large wash, basin 'Rev. John Dix. in the where they will be bound Into what r press. Auto Accident Large crowd.. are attending the ,
made In the family plot TATS UOAIt DEPARTMENT
birth- held at the \
be the greatest
and cases.K probably will revival' services being
pillow
pillows firms have Church cemetery Bradford Lodge i iNo. greeting In history. The monty One ViolatorFound Methodist Church under the dlrec- PAt lED UITII IIL'UE DEFICIT !;
Many local business and Pine Hill lay Only Norman P. Ives, representative -
Starke I
already donated articles for themothers' 35 of 9 of Brooker, F. it A'i received will be turned over tothe In Check-up In the legislature from Columbia ion of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Twlley. A deficit of $7,174,17381 will '
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club room, and the nursespviih Lodge Masonic rites at : national committee for use Infighting bounty and who spent several .. Mrs. Twllley speaks each face' the State Road Department
the I Ithe -
to thank each one who has M., conducted He also a member infantile paralysis, and rears here as a road contractor, U morning at 10:00: o'clock and each at t the end of 1033. Its officials I
was
ontributed. grave. of the World. each community will receive the Following Instructions from reported, to be still unconscious In evening at 7:30: o'clock. have estimated. If all the needed i

of r the Woodmen born in Llb.rtyCounty proper credit. Comptroller J. M; Lee, Tax Asses- a Lake City hospital as the result Mr. Twllley Hpeaks to the chll- work Is done on Florida roads and.

Vanishes' Mr, Green was moved to -.- lor, N. D. Wainwright recently of r an automobile accident Wed. Iren between the ages of seven and here Is no additional revenue
and
"The President Georgia man- DRIVERS' LICENSE LAW sacked every railroad siding Inthe lesday about six miles west of hlrteen year. each night at 7:00: available above present sources.

1 la ,Unusual* -Offering Bradford County life in he early United with LIKELY TO BE PASSED county and found only one tank here.. 'clock.> All between these ages Last years budget deficit of $2114,93964 ,-

lood. Early In Church and Agitation for a state-wide driv car: that might be Included In the Mr. Ives was driving and la said I are Invited to attend this story was Included In this

i "The,President Vanishes. an he New River Baptist member all of his es' license law has reached such drive to tax .all;privately ,owned to have met a truck of a Jackson- Ihou,. year's estimate, which the department i

unusual picture that la causing iras an active and a pitch that It Is certain that a railroad equipment such as tanks, rllle firm which was too far over Mrs. Twllley has a problem hour said was only a tentative. I
progressive
bauch comment, all over the country Ife.. He was a large farm- lumber of such bills are being refrigerator carl/express cars and on the wrong side of the road with the young people at .7:00: ire. I

wlU play at the Rita :Theatre I public spirited man, a prepared and a probability that other railroad equipment not owned The[ truck was not badly smashed, I'clock. She Invites all between The road department estimated I

on Sunday and Monday. er and stock him man.are his wife Mrs. me of them wilt be passed, reports I by the public carriers railroads but Mr. Ives' car was practically he ages of fourteen and thirtyho I otal requirements for all purposes rf I Ihis

B It Is based on the supposition ofWhat Surviving six daughters.An. from' Tallahassee say. A report from the Comptroller'sifflce lemolished. He was thrown about / are not married. year would be $13,889,841.43. ,
.ucretla A. Green; driver. license law that the value, ofthis will continue In. ,
would happen if another Mrs. H. W. Teeth In the Indicated twenty feet and was Injured about These services ts prospective net revenue, '
World War broke out In Europe, Bessie L. Brannen.Hendry, Mr. ts advocates point out would call'or i property-which has never he head. Other occupants of thear through next week.MISSION iludlng: three cents of the state .;4asollna ,
J. M. '
yrhlle: profiteers and munitionsEnanafacturerav Inderson Mrs.all ,of Jacksonville, suspension or revocation of 11iense. -'I been on Florida tax rolls-will..to- : were not seriously hurt.XBEMC1T8 &; tax and cash on band was ,s,
backed by, their C Haddock andIoIrIIo and consequent Inability for I'tal ctoee. to $2,000,000., HALL !Isted at $6,423,667.62. -J,
.
lmiHlo.n employed propaganda trm. M. J. Surrency. Lacrosse gal driving. In. case of conviction It Is stated that while Florida -r-- '.
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ta excite. the people Into such W. R. DuBose of Worthington Green, of r such things as hit-and-run driv- ailroada return each year all KIDNAPERS Faith being the foundation of all GASOLINE VMS UP 1))

ImSwar.And if the President Springs; four sons. J. F. Penlacola Ini:. One-light driving speeding.reekleaa woperty owned by them,the own SLAIN AT LAKE WEIR Sirtstian living and therefore be- Gasoline consumption In, Brad p

,of the United States fighting be- Jacksonville, J. JC 'Green.and R. H. driving. operating under era of these "private carllne" Peaceful Lake Weir was the Ine of vital importance la Bible ford' County took a jump In November --; I

reicatly to )seep his country out of R E. I*. Green three nflneBce of liquor or driving a vehicle eight cars-with- the lone excep- Wednesday of bloody gun aching, the subject..used in theBible figures from the Departn -';; I

the struggle, disappeared two ireen., ,Jr.. of Brooker Starke; and with mechanical defects lon of the Fruit Growers Express, "attle;ene when Federal agent. track- study at the "Mission Tues- eat of Agriculture In Tallahas-, I

hours before he was to address a rotifers, W. H. Green, D. I. O. -4>-. rolch Is owned by the three major and killed Fred Barker, lay,evening was ef unusual Intereat. lie. show. In October 63.078 galI;
and ed I down
Brooker.
joint session of Congress with a A..1., Green, TOWNSEND PLAN BILL Florida railroads-have never filed for the kidnaping of "The Shield Of Faith" was ons were used, while November. I'Igures

plea for peace. ;reen of .Lake Butler.CHRISTIAN. FINDS WAY INTO CONGRESSThe my returns and have never paid long COward sought Q. Bremer. wealthy St. I the topic and was taught by the reached a total of 67,263 ''I IfUlon

On Tuesday and Wednesday the CHURCHThe '!'oW1l end plan reached my taxes In Florida. *iul banker, and his mother, "Ma" :. leAder for the evening W. A. Scott, [ *. Kerosene consumption r''I

master melodist of all time, Fran ian Church Is starting f;. this week with ltd pr..- c. r, ,' n of the Barker It proved very helpful. Truly "the ,938 gallons to 6,3911'IfI111on. '
I
Schubert., at brought to the screen CUi month for al ...rions INSTAL1/4. UbATEB; is a unto our feet and [ *. /
will ......er the leadership of thnew x).*. wf $200 a t HOTEL gang; had rented a house at Ock- Word lamp ..
off
most "
in"Love, 'lime.one of the > the age of sixty years, and It was a light unto our pathway.
the Rev. W. T, MeJulre. over week awaha. near Ocala, Plan- the'lstabllshment
'
sparkling screen romances to I pastor according to Associated Press re- The Starke Hotel has this surrounded "From a child, thou hast known ;;
there wereIxtysix that were
come out of Hollywood ,this eaIson. Last Sunday and portsIt was Introduced by Representative Installed an automatic storage War here they the Holy Scriptures,which are able of a federal camp .-,
School a the Federal men.
Is baaed on actual In the Bible heater which will furnish an by Salvation for homeless transients near Cart1
The plot John Steven McGroary of most to make thee wise unto
disposed
MacU In the life of the great composer. large congregation at both morn- of California. Adequate supply of hot water toaU Having already and "Pretty Boy" rough Faith which Is In Christ ile, Kentucky. :f.).l
la It are to be heardRome Ing and evening services.BHtTHS : the I rooms both day and night. As of the Dlllinger 3:15. '1\1
and Dr., Francis E. Townsend agents had been au.. 2nd Tim. : ?'
of his greatest melodies., sountry doctor who originated the he oil burner operates automat- Floyd gangs the Barkers, 'for some You will be Interested In Thetaae The arid shore on the Persian
t Friday theIRIU of both cally, guests will find this feature mntlng I Itime. next week at the Gulf at Gahreln has no fresh wa-"i
Tbur.dayand
Next members presented
recently told that It I. the last )
and A. L. Barnes, plan It Is said
Mrs. I Iof
Mr. with the assur- comJ;
Madame"romamue comfort. otC but fresh water springs
"Enter added "It be ter,
I. presenting of Congress that opponents aD I mobs la the usual hour study. may
< 13. lousee free-running
"-i comedy with, aa opera- Itarke and boy Mrs January. Floyd Crosby, of his proposal faced political ruin ince of plenty of hot water! t..thlJight .. Jolted> the States.'MJo I star I out of the bottom of the sea, : |f
Mr. -
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t FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. 1935:
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA
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\ BROOKER THERESSA RISINGMrs. I GUM BRANCHMiss HIGHLAND I Important of man's Inventions, plant at Burlington N. J.. work.

:, Galney, Correspondent HIM llhmla Zrlalrr, CorrmpoBdentMrs. II. M. McKae, Correspondent I Elizabeth Itarnage. Cor. '. E. Crews., CorrespondentMrs. yet It is the simplest. Its inventor men found a live bullfrog encasedIn I

MI.'PI'a J. L. Underhill of Plant City. Is'' Rev. and Mrs:C.:A. Crosby and Elsie Thomas of Maxvllle I Is unknown as Is the date of Its the cement: foundation which I
Florence Williamson was had been laid In
1912.
Mr. Carolyn S. Oerow Malphurs relatives In Hawthorn Fri spending a few days here with relatives children were the dinner guests of spent several days here last week origin. ,

? Mrs. C. S. Malphurs was laid to visiting and friends. Mr. and.. Mrs T. N. Norman Sun- with her sister, Mrs. Effle Carter. U .

. 'i ,'I rest In New Hope Cemetery Satur- day.Mr.. and Mrs. John Hall and fam- R. O. Crosby made a business day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crews and
day. January 12 She died Friday rela- trip to Trenton one day last week. R. C. Keene spent the week- children spent Sunday here withF.
I.after a long Illness. She leaves to ily of Hampton were visiting Miss Ernestine Buddington and end with Cbarnle Yarbrough and M. Crews and family.Mr. .
i. |, mourn her loss one son. Stanley tives here Sunday. Arthur McRae motored to Jacksonville I Rudolph Chlsm. FIGHT CRIME! !
I f Penn.f'1 W. S. Sibley was transacting and! Mrs. T.. T. Blackburn
i r j: lHoyt, of Philadelphia business In Starke Monday. Saturday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Conner and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Groves Mrs.
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Ia Leo,.. iNcrman. of Wood- children were the!! guests of Mr. A. J, Wilkinson E. P. Denktns
.A Mrs. A. E. McKinney and son, Trlest in Starke
Mrs. T. B. was Wednesday and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.Mr. .
lawn section spent and Misses Mary and Corrie Den-
In Wllllston"with .
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Sunday business.Mr.
Everett spent to rf'
Saturday attending night with Misses Audrey and Ves- and Mrs. Henry Norman of kins and Rosh Anderson all of
afford be
and relatives You
friends longer to finicky
can no
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan were ta McRae. Heilbronn were the dinner guests Lawtey attended church here
'!" Mr. and Mrs. Sanford H. Hitch visiting relatives In Starke last Miss Mildred Brown of Sampson of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday.

,' ,I c\ of Ralford spent last week-end, Mr. week. City spent Saturday night with Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Marr and. about the hideous reality of the new
;Alters as guest of her parents Mrs. M. Hall of Waldo and Mr. Misses Eula-Mae and Etta-Fa Mr. Enoch Keene was the guestof children Margaret and Billy of

'b' and Mrs. L. A. Brown. and Mrs. B. F. Hall of Starke were Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Anderson Mlms visited relatives here Satur- war on the home front. SEE IT !
,,'t t' Mrs. Odessa HUMS of Jackson- visiting relatives here Monday Gus Fountain and family of Sunday. I
i' yUle, spent last week-end here Pine Level were dinner guests of day.M
!( and small
Mrs Arthur Milligan
t Mr. W. H. Carter spent the L. Crews of Raiford was a
: \\,with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday.
16r (' daughter, of Starke. were visiting -
week-end with his son, J. D. Carterof visitor here Sunday.
\ :'/ 'k 4 Mrs. Rita Brown and children her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. A number of young people enjoyed .
.p Evergreen section.Mr. 3 Full of Actual
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Woods of Ocala Is Pages
Luclle
In' Mrs.
; >t5,, Cordelia and Junior, spent last Sullivan Monday. the surprise party given and Mrs. P. D.. Reddish and
of honor of Miss Ida Mae Lewis at spending several days here with
II 1 In Wllllston as guest I
Sunday
!, y L. L. Youngblood, James Trlest, children were visiting her parents, relatives.
','ji" 't 7(,.Mrs. Brown's daughter and oon-in- Calvin\ Hall, Jimmle Swindell and her home Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp Sunday ; i
Friends of Miss Docla Starling Thomas and Miss
Howard Sum- Mrs. Elsie
law. Mr. and Mrs. in
'I Frank Kelsey were visiting afternoon. Photographs of CRIMENow
, \mere helped her enjoy her birthday par- i Jewel Carter were visitors to
:kl Hampton Saturday night. Emery Johns and son Clyde, of
: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin and ty at her home Wednesday night. Woodlawn section H. Starke Thursday.
. j i' K. L. Griffis and son of Starke Remember services at Pine Level were visiting
'. I children: were visiting In Starke were attending to business here church next Sunday. H. Keene Monday. Appear Every Sunday in The
Miss Louise Sapp Mrs. L. L, Con-
, Fri': Sunday. i Monday.Mr. Miss Louise Sapp'was the guestof
Miss Elna Conner Sunday.Mr. ner and daughter. Elna, were In
? and Mrs. R. A. Thomas of
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'.(,4 Birthday Party Starke were business visitors to nlng.Mr.. and Mrs. T. M. Hagen, of and Mrs. Jim Hersey were Ralford Sunday afternoon. ATLANTA SUNDAY AMERICAN
,', Everette McKinney, son of Mr. this section Monday.Mr. Hampton were dinner guests of visiting Relatives In Woodlawn Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were
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, 1t rand Mrs. A. E. McKinney celebrated and Mrs. C. Sullivan were their son-in-law and daughter Mr. section Sunday.Mr I visiting the bedside of Mrs. A. J.
"' '"i'l"y': ':,',; his thirteenth birthday at visiting in Hampton Saturday eve- and Mrs. H. D. May here Sunday, and Mrs. Felix Sapp and Underhill who Is 111.
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r'V;I'1\ 'i1\{'during: the rlD-;'evening games and were later played they "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"Men Are So Unreasonable ---BY' POP MOMAND k'IUd'

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:I !9; were called Into the dining room -
OHO! seR6eANT YER JtsT LUGS ALL. TH' t
} '{ delicious refreshments
'and served !
Mz HIS HVA'THOU6HT MY LAND U NOW
and SQUIRT HEY ? AN OTTER CtuSEI.IN DAMES. Af2EH'T _
K", | of hot chocolate, sandwiches NAB I9 ARMY F6i.ceR: ; K WELL, "A f CTIST A TWO-TIMER tt: WELL, 'VA CouLD MAKE AkOOTTA. SAP X supPoSe YOU'LL
't\,\+:. j:crackers. Everett received many SARJuM-r Tole
11 I ; many more happy birthdays. WEATHER. IXJBUT WARMS YOU A SOW HEN M8 9ACIG 19 TURNED!; I'MELZMEQ-- THAT "TOO !It
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;' r ;. sen Edna Marlon Waters. Mary C.OME--:

;; Lois Douglas Elizabeth Welsent. s -G', MY PAULT-- '
t.' ,,Baker.! Lucille Webb Idel) Webb, A :
(f ;('!Vera Galney Mary Sue Mott Ju-

(\1 t Ilanna Irby, Bonnie Mott Minnie Q
; S)'Lou Hazen, Janie Mae Quarrels I
.! Juanita McCauley e
{ f Iva Mae Lewis I
'i;:Jack Goode, Margaret Crisp WIl- vla
< tone McCauley, Jeanette McGau- ,
tof f Waters, Grace
to. '(ley. Dorothy Evelyn
()Hazen and Douglas Hazen JuniorS ,

'y ,+ Waters, D. S. Waters. W. A. MNL.

J ,"Brown. Jr,. Eugene Long. Bob .' ,
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Long. John Mott H. J. Waters, .
Unell Dampier, Lucian Palmer,,
':1')':Howard Hazen Randolph Quarrel THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Too Loose A TongueS

j:r. Perry Galney Dan Hazen,
[ 'jWlnfred Hagen and Artford r
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,j',Qt j ---0 DRUDGERY AROUND OH THAT UNCLE WILL\ I DONT -_' ANO SUDS YOUNG MAN, tOO'U. LEItRN
HER ABOUT, OF YOURS! SAYS SEE WHERE HI'S = RIGHT I AND IT YES M LOVE, iLL THKT IP U'ft NONE O
Heilbronn Springs MJNTY? t TrttS PLACE S LIKE GOT ANY RIGHT WANT \ DONE GET IlUSY ON IT YOUR tUSkM&SS iT PAYS
?d' Mini Thflma. Rhoden Cor., "p p T Tat 1< MnsT 1iT+G RtGNt MOW tTOR THIS MINUTE! T' KEEP YOUR N04[ ,r

.\, : I ; Mr:and Mr ,:'E.: E.: Greene"were N pFis?S IMES TOSTHATRE
THKTTHElMAINjTHING
.'\ t transacting bUBlneas In Jackson-
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." fi'vUle one day last week.. BRUTE
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I +, ,,fMiss. Pauline Greene spent Sat.

i sr ', urday night with Thelma Rhoden. j
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: \ Miss Pencle Davis and Edith'
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ry ,'A visiting relatives here Sunday. _... r.r -.
E. E. Green. Oran and Malby G

i I.vVGreene'{ and Freeman Rhoden were

; ,l":l visitors to Jacksonville Monday. ;

'X; Kiss Pauline Greene spent a few s _

+ y days In Starke last week theYr -L-T ?7z41 I I
r guest of her cousin Hiss Hazel p : I
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'l ,.Johns. 3 ..
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4a J Mrs.. Edna Harley of Lawtey.'I. i .
'f:wall visiting her parents Mr. and '
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I,!,.,r. Ii.. Mr. and Mr. A. F, Rhoden and 1 .1 ll ql

'* daughters, Agnes and Annette.

.N I :I,were visiting his father Sunday. -
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'1't\' We are all very sorry to know ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van /.elm

':!' \\t", that Mrs and Mrs. Jones and
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N' f?daughter Jessie are on the sick _

'j..M i ;t Y} list this week. I uity UZi ALL KIND, OF PAINT4,VN2f114::ENAMEL &. LlM1ICI ---

'.1. ;'J- Owen and Clarence Rhoden were LA COAT dr, SUIT EMPORIU YOU'LL BE ;TUCh OM OUR WMLL TMPEtZ.YAEIS : 'Tbo.
.; j., business visitors to Jarksonvllle ALSO PETTICOAT laATERS _
C MAIN VlTEET'3W3TEB1 ; _ _
'5'i I |\last Wednesday.i ME11f4gAPE2 SET STA fq A NECKWEAR GARIosti MV D'YA 4UD-PoSE ? rueesa m rusw.ao.easSHfi'4 Naets roe sus

: PAINT 9HOP EvER SINCE A ETE-A-lIl1e / / .

li i ': :. SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS IS THE MYSTERIOUS BANKER TO COYNE WASHINGTON WAS OR SOME",",,"' r ?

t.. FAT LADY IH TUB
SCANPAJ.WHO I I'TIOP"f'
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.1' By ANN PAGE t
: ; RICKS on butter, .,11. and meat .
'H' ;, P. ban continued to rise with no BOCKWEU,reap- w' / f a'I ,
,'' \ of lowering with the prob- Qoet4utlli !
''t'llj 1?toro.. exception of egge. which should QltTO'S"r y
/. B, plentiful within two to thre NM BUN
o\\' week. .
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Jio'\ 'I' Many vegetable. ue cheap or mod. ON' Pim A. NEEDLESCVEQ ee.-. .. e.a e K
j! .l;* eley priced particularly white polatoee :+ 4mCB THE Mv6 yIOt13
r\, ,\,, and ether underground! vegetable rr WriKAS iJtEMARICltO
{f. *. Several varieties of cabbage, niea
JI:aaliflower, broccoli. Iceberg, Boston HIll 4WOIQDUAOOMKD -. + .
t ,)Sj)I sad romejne lettuce celery and variL Rb14 Nlrr ran ?,
M4 MONT 4r ? ,
tl I I M male, q rae rhu
< '< green! help to cover up the *car>
R I. }I"*, ally: aad high price of airing bean 9000.) .
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+M1 ,Cu;Grapefruit a** plentiful and cheap
'c kcvtng largely eaeaped cold damage DOROTHY
r' i ,-:;,'vl 1 at preient. Banana prlaee change
'-little from month to month and they
,, BL,.-...Uier with the oltrou fruit and MR SNO ARt: otJ I SNouLDS Y Do..IT XPLAiNIT'S
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apple are the chief winter itandby = MADE THfilfSHOREMENS
1 FAMILY HA7 MY FOJ-KS
', Here are three. menu made u| GOING TO THONG SHWLD KNas UNDERSTANp- DEUTTLC I DON T SEE FORTUNE tN
I .$(:from ....onabl. food at dlfferenliii '- pETTER I'M oRDY OE MC So WHERE You I IroLKi CAM OVER FORTUNE SEPTE EAT .
IIr\Oe Lv.lslpl
r ". Low Coat Dinner i pALh? P TITAN CaING i AlAJ pJlN THE "ti

r Bralieil Bread of Lamb EJ' >cui.sir rrMAY- .
t, i Potato r cJ { LNr/N 1 if FLOW L7 ,
Meshed Rutabaga Turnip. -I Lv 4"t:

d (A Baked Bread Cereal and Butter Custard 'nI :

; Tea or Code Milk

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r H I 1 Chicken Pot PI. with Biscuit Croat ..



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I :LVButtered Carrot. Boiled IUc.I .

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?FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. 1035 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAItKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIREB' '

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"f --- -- -- -- -- - Chapel Program i\ C''U'II'r roinr OF nil,tit. lands, RKnlnxt you end each of :you I( South, Itanira 23 East which ll;aWent .\
.'Int1'Ot ""IA' FI.OUIOl. lM. \ a. (li-reniuiitM,, and also against the of )
A. A. L
flitVl'l:UV. fallowing other iltofmiOtintH. lu-wlf: I fly Right-of.way
Given By Seniors : A. SMITH: r.lciulililtor for The !Fli'Mt Nntlnnnl flank of
I' I Bradford High School Journal I] -- loll 1l1'n<1fo.,1 Cuunly. (hulk. a corpora vIII.also..known a t'orpuriulim IIK MM.,II.Haiti V. I.ynn V. Lynn and ot Also, Nit of Ely of aWl of 81S(4:

l Chapel In. Charge of Mr*. Curpen- Plalnllff. l ii. II. Lynn nor himliiind; :A. B Hhnw, Bert Inn 16. Township 6 South/'
let'tt Seniors ,.". Cnxe No. tad .1..... I jo. \vilmnt mill, Den. Wllmm MM flange 22 Vast f
Today WILLIAM nrtUXllSHS: MT AL, wlfn, I... A, Drown and Millie I., Also, lets 1. 2 and 3 of Block It
fem1itntit Brown his wife, A A, tln. .<>n., and In 'I'.m I". Addition to Town Jt,
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Mrs. Long's Seniors had Tina STATW OK'' "" ..onlo.TO .\ :Mrx. :Mamie Wsrd.Tllld Slal'k.wI. "
chargeof : Wlllliim DrlKUvrH" Wllllnm 11 IS TMKHRKOJIR J: TO COMMA J. KHPERSON. ',
I STAFF Mrs. Twilley SpeaksTo Class Photographs the Chapel program last Friday DI-IKKVI-H" Phillip Dell and his wife Ml YOU ANTI: B'H OF YOITlo A. Sheriff of Bradford: 5
I second and Mniy M. i Dell. J HI Shaw, BlHO aiMKMir In said above entitled (County Florida "
period, presented a
==Enltor-in-Chl High School Pupils Made Of StudentsPictures known MM JuniuH M. Khnw and IIH J. Russ nn :Monday the 4th day ofKrliriiniy. KNIOHT & XNIOHT
laIn. WynnA.et,Bdltor-ln-Chle very commendable entertainment.First M. Shaw Si' and! UN J..I1I.1.: Shaw "" A. l>. inrlK. otherwise. the Attorney for Plaintiff,
Sorothy Marwlclc ..Exchanjra Editor were two "Faith of Mr. and his wits Mary Ann Hhnw nlleHHllunM. of HHC! | bill of roniplulntwill to said road GUM, feet to a street
Sraca __ __Aa st. Entertains Student Also Made of Faculty songs. afro known n* Marian Slmw end HI It* taken UN confaMHAcI; : by you. thence along said street to Maid
--rma Sto "w.ll _._Litersry Editor Blr. Twilley Our Fathers," und "Faithful Gos- M A. 1>HhHW John M. Lewis as. tli, Witness my hatul and' tint official I road and thence along said road to
Harjorla Marwlck-..t. Lit. t.Jdltor: With Piano Playing Football and Basketball pet Bells" followed by the Flag administrator of the pHtnl' of Hkhmcl Mini of said Flurlria Court at Hturka Hrnd- r.'w'I beginning In sW of 8S'4'
+ ,' W. Anderson Jr. __-Bporl Editor Team I' Lewis' ilorraneil, ., II. C. I'nrkor; ford County I thin Jril day of of said Sactlon. Township. :
r routs Davm. ___-Asst.Sports Editor Salute. U t). fnle and 14. <\ .".."..,ry. A. 1) 1R1R and Ranva.
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( tilaa Snyd..rSocl.ty Editor Monday morning: at eleventhirty Then the Senior Trio (Francos Cole I I il.rn..lilyc.A UN copurtnarH ; i A. J. T1IGM\3. I I"1ii.Ho'n 8RH: of SWV4 1 In S.o-"'
Illlan Rt.rnb.rlr A..l. Soo. J3dltoIBll o'clock. Mm. Twilley renounced Last Thursday the students and fining business KM Moody'; t'ol. & AH I'li-rk Clri-ult CourtUradford l'.on' a South, Range
... ___Joka Editor Hemingway Dorothy Sapp, and Mary Lawlx, IIi.nbelh' (l\ninliy Klorldn.K.NKIIIT Eaet.Also ,
Anderson_.A- t. Jok Editor: layman evangelist spoke to school teachers of B. H. S. had their picture Mildred Hundley) sang "The Glow \ t'1H.i,1:: : her husband; n oi.KM W. (OFFICTAL SFA1.1 8H of Birv of Bwy of 8...+
unW Jr. Entartalnmen taken. WllllH. AI-I.IH ncniunrk also known A KNIUIIT.Attorneyx lion S; and Nlil of HW>4 of NI'' *
from the sixth
Editor pupils grade up. Worm," piano accompaniment by HH Irons Denmark and her hiiHlmiul for Plaintiff. and NIJ, of NE', of NWI4./and HwC
, : fascia :Ma Brannan____A. t. Entertainment Mr. Twilley directed the singingand Mr. W. C. Oliver of Jacksonville Elizabeth Hollingsworth. Martin Denmark" Marsh Anil Hull 1-4-51-8-11 of SWft of NK>4 of M"'lIon lo. ail I
Editor played the piano. He playeda professional photographer was Jani Lucille Torod.Prlmary and Next was a very amusing read- Lewis, Stephen i Lewis W. Mo, LxwlnnlMo I'KTITIOM Foil r1V.tL1)1.C11AItON 1.t.lIl.2-1
Mary
D.p..rtm.nto.w.n solo Ethel Bert Kevin's "Ro- here with a camera and an assistant "Three known an W. M. Lewis, J. M.
Elementary lag, Peaches by Dorothy --
and took pictures of the classes Lewis| clan known nx John M. LIWH| In Court of Juilire nra HI R.port.rEDITORIAL .unJi"It
No..IJunlor which
was enjoyed :
very
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: sary Marwick. Alexander Lewis, A l, T...WM, ThoninH ford County ,, of lloridaIN TRAIN SCHEDULE
much by the students most of faculty basketball and foct- Reverend Price of the Baptist Lewis|' 'I'I C. Lewis Knillv i Lewis! r.> .1....... off
whom music. ball teams. Hard L<*WH. John Alexander llra: I. B. lUIOIMC.NI. Deceased. I Southbound .1
appreciate good Church made a twenty minute talk ham John 0*. Kddl, J. I' KildliKarlo : ', Notice IH ht rrhy given tint ACRhotlttii No. 1 Due Starke
The pictures ,on sale today. are ,'.. 11:01: P. M.
Mrs. Twilley spoke of the con In which he out fine John It .Id Jr xnd llenrlstlx D him filed his final report
brought .
Let work be characterizedy nection between ambition and postcard size and cost ten cents many his wife; j*. N.: j.'w', sod;I" his; nH ndinlnlHlralor., nf the "Htat. of J.: No. 11-Due Starke 11:25: A. M. '
l. your points. "Everyone has a call In wife Theodocla Nhuw" Fruncln. I. alc-! H. Khodpn Uereneed: that h.. has No. 107--Due Starke 0:42 A. M. tt;
simplicity sincerity and di'frectneas. Christianity. She brought out each. Life," he says "and everyone ('nll. .'. 1. Md'all, Saimml I'. Lane, flied his pvtltlon for final discharge, :
'" / Seek and find your individuality good points such as the difference to Mr. Oliver who W. II. I.ano and N. A. Lnne. hi* wife, nnil' that on the 19th day of January, No. 191Due Starke 10:27: P. M.1
many According
should prepare for that call physically Stephen Hull an mianlliin. for 1'. I', III3A, he will apply I to the tlnnorablw
and then take it for between "cheap" ambitionand has photographed schools all over mentally and spiritually." I...WH| A. 1 K I.ewlH Kmlly" teals| !>!. K. reriyman, County Judge of Northbound .'

['that. grant you can do anything: the real thing. As an illustra- Florida our pupils made a state Mrs. H. V. Knight and Mrs. Levy and Mrckwn., Sarah, M. 11 Lewis, drown; 111.,..L.1111..11.T. tfluiw.Ion, I Hratlfoid of. ioiintv.Bittfl, .final. Klortait I report, and for approval for No. 2--Due Starke. 5:08 P. M. ';

you want to do and.you succeed I tion she used the case of Chas. A. I record for speed and system by Canova rendered two piano duets. Lewis T. Chew Dr. C. II. h'eble 1 also. rinul discharge aa administrator of No. 12Due Starke' 4:50: P. M. "

.J We should read both extensively I Lindbergh who spent years pre posing for sixteen group picturesIn "A Spanish Fantasy," by (Both) known Cleupms i : as alim.l'. known II Nobles an i1.Henry I*. CIIMIIonit C.- the eel nte 80th of day.1. H.tif Hhoilwn ileremhsr drveilHOdThla 1U34. No. 108- -Due Starke 3:3: P. itSturke i

Mid intensively for this will give paring for his flight over the Atlantic thirty minutes time. This was and "A Country Dance," by Bee Bad. LHah ClemoiiM" his wife, n,1. RHODE.l : And Wuniine BranchNo. ."

ou a foundation for your work.ut not for fame but to prove due to our system of having a room thoven. Everyone enjoyed these Thou W. Tile'' J. I', M< Loniorn. untlSiiHto 1I.21-ftt-1 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: AJ\L ,
1 McLi-inorn his wife, A. M.
books are only a means to an that it could be done. Then she ready to pose as soon as another numbers very much. Slmw.V.. H. 1'1<'11I""" and InriomoiiN ,." :m'FF'II M tl.MHereby No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:00: P.M.

end, and that end Is real living.xperiences named some fliers who tried to ImItate had finished. Thanks are due to In conclusion was a fine talk by the unknown his wife heirs, :MnrKnrrt at law, legatees. Ward. notice Is given. the underand T. J. GRIFFIN. J,
of the right sort are his feat for fame and publicity Beatrice Miner and hy'lrIU... nf that coiinhi writ
Kitty Hogsed Mr He however that and drvlneeH of ( otitt ilerMUMoil.nml
Gray. said
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i v,' aluable and we should seek In- alone. How many of the latter the pupils and teachers for this "movies have a great Influence of KottHi't of M.Lewis P. %dtn.,,HMLd.. ,,' and,.'lor, nnd each of II.l lill.! : :llV II,fll miller:: I..lllH. 'r.U.it. : Hllllxonl BLUE BUS SCIIEDT7LE3 "
and varied experiences. are remembered? fine record for behavior and efficiency nf Cloik. of Circuit! Court orlirnilfnril
resting good and bad; the really better of IhHiiii; HID unknown P"I'KOIIM ron .
< <> Kloililn that
r f ITistt art galleries If you have a Anouncements were made con- says Mr. Gray principal. finer things are still to be found In Ntltntlnir. W. A. UeiftHtor & fomimiiyIf I'ortaln. judgment, "tintv. of record on In said Daily effective Sept 1, 1034

'. '''Ii fchance, hear great orators go to cerning: the revival meeting at the We hope everyone will buy a picture the home church and school." H, xII J. Whaw.nHHoclatlon KiixlH, H.<>r t'oni'n plu Daniel tnerehl'r M.| ;: Con\\lietvlii Hunk. nf Hiiirk. a Northbound-4:1P: a. m., 1:59: p.

.i' ithe, movies observe the wonders of Methodist Church and after an- to remember his clans of '35. After announcements chapel was Lynn...,' 10., ;N Anders. und Llnnlt his wife It ultvn, nnd If
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.?. ature etc. and will find your nouncements by Mr. Gray chapelwas I have levied. UIMIII and : a. m., 9:31: u
you by. dismissed. any of them Im dead thnn, to the
\ :::: Will .sell tO the highest Ullll, I IteXthldder m., 12:19: m. 6:00
p. : p. m.
( work In school easier and more in- dismissed unknown helra at Inw, lowul rttprenentiit -
:i t Chapel today will be during the I l IvtiH, dev laces, teKatnex nndffrantiM I for eaxh on Aloiiuiiv, the 4th Tickets and information at
. di of lli.lft: the ,
, ;'Maintain Girls Basketball third period and I will be In chargeof of el,,'h mirh III"'el..sell per "l >.vnl v hours hVhruury of vata, In front during of the Smith's Service Station next t()T 6,
and W. A. \ & Company
' to Ui-irlmer
standard for yourself son;
a ,
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OF SENIORS door nf the I'1,1,1'thnllee
FAVORITE SONGS the seniors of Mrs. Carpenter'sroom. IIH unknown 1t..I1-. 4uiith County -
". and at no time belittle your Ideas Practice Starts tees ,and nHhlwnH. If MIIC""MM..r"a rornoratlon, .of lirail ford. : : lands:1 : 8tarke: courthouse. ,|I
: :: : Florida, the fnllowlnw lyingfind
v"and think you have nothing to "Beat of My Heart" Martha to lo lima I I.en \Vu rd. T. r. Ward.Ir. .
helntf In Hiit l llradford County
.. ., Thnlnin, kelly. .and Irndv Kollv .
.' '\jfrllhare with others. Every student Powell. RELIEVE IF Oil NOT her hiiHhaiKl. Onarltn Hmlth and lie "h'lorlda" or. nn murli thereof MM IN ccscntlnl -
11as something to give every other "Big Bad Wolf"-Keeffee Har- Good Tram: Exprctrd For II. II. S. Smith her huxhand. Hitn Nordelioi' to xntlxfy sold Judgmentwith
--- font of execution tn-wltl cheeks 1.dend
i.T tudent In the way of ideas and he rell.. This Y,-ur. and her hnnhnnd HIIMO' NoritolieiKo, from, point where South lino nfHnrlttin
Another week of school has I KlotHiiu Ward. Hlolla I MayVaid COLDS j
I;1 :!ahould be as willing to give as he Is "Dames"-Louise Snyder Elizabeth passl'd. iirvlllo and Ward:Mix., ItoxnvllVnnl.Carl Ward Niumloi CallWaul :' ( n I'.act: ,21 criiKXex, Townxhlii. west" 1\\edgx 1>Mouth nf. ItiinKe Htiilellouil 666 ''

to take. Holllngsworth Mildred The girls basketball team got Grace lla/eij!. and Frances Cud- \Vnrd 1"lm'II'' WII..I 01111' at re. Nn 13< thenr-H, run Northerly FKVEK ,
: along xald !theta; !toad t text
SAPP.I" About "k'Inrens ward his wife Ross!la AI>_ 68811 first dsr
DOROTHY Hundley. under way this week. seventeen ..
man are back in school ''n point of liefflnnlna" ;, then'" W -
"Freckleface Face You're Beau- candidates came out for the We are taking speed test in typ- :boil: : 1. C n,1.li..II : \\'i; .r.yr':1': :.. her phtce: hn.bnd of- erly at rttrht .nnKlen. to mild road h uu'w Headaches ,,''N1LVe1 i

GOOD CITIZENSHIP TRAITS tiful"-Inez Dempsey."If team. "Because of plenty of good / >Hld,*noH of cairn of whom, Ix in.. tod !Inn fool, 'nil, thence that ,.Noilherlyi\\.111..1//I 1uxr.rerr::; ; 1. 811 mis.lru :
known 1 Samuel II. Wan I and MixHanuifl
I Had a Million Dollars"- material we expect to turn out a Ing.The "Seniors" are deciding 1 : 11. Ward hiM wife ouch of ASV14 of Hurtloit" IB, '' 1)1101'S .":

y! 1. Be Honest Sidney Hershfleld."Irreslsttble"Grace. good team" said Mr. Gray coach, about Invitations and cards. Mill I Homlnolv: Ave? Alllulta'lla.i| W.AV. ,
Ward;
hi
J(j., Ward and Mr W. W. I*
1W 2, Be truthful. Adklns. "though we shall not try to turn :Martha Powell came to schoolon wife rath of luihlln, Ile.; thins lie in
't:' I 3. Be frank. "Mandy"-Audrey Carlisle. out a championship team because time for week. Wnid and Mrx. Illoxhnin, Ward, hln FUNERAL DIRECTORS t t.

.'\ : 4, Be sincere. "Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name"- of Its effect on the players' health a wife each of Hotel ll..llevu ManPranclxco I
Charles Fender wouldn't sing his Cal. and to any and all our Many Venn" Experience Makes It Possible for Us to RenderEFFICIENT (
5. Be punctual. Louise Snyder Joe Edwards. and our friendly relationship with In prrsans rlalinlnB, any right, tills, or
6. Be thoughtful. "My Old Flame"-Alma Thorn- other schools" Bong chapel.Basketball KuroHt, In or to the following uax PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE
<>ll"il l"ind, to-wltl! MODERATE PRICES .j
7. Be sociable. ton. The first game of the season is Lot II except| two acres In Mm
Ed Team Noel beset ,coiner and the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
I I' 8, Be ambitious. "Object of My Affection"
expected to take place next Friday -
North half of Lot 12. all In H..c_ FLORIDA
i 9. Be efficient. Torode. I with Melrose thought It Is Ready To Start tion'1,.T..ihl:I) .1 Snuh. Itanas HTARHE. i
_
10. Attend church. "Pardon My Southern Accent" 2. .. : :: N w', of the. ')
not definite. of 1 4.Uon s 'I'own"hll' 7Mnutl .-.. .. -
11. Cooperate with others. -Frances Hemingway. l > /1,1. All III H__
IVUIIHV i-j -- -
12, Have respect for authority. "Talkin' to Myself-Percy Sul- "We expect to play Melrose Pa Expert To Play First Game Next Hrndford County Kliirlilil.Tnka .
latka. Crescent City Waldo and not'Ira that n milt tins heel;.
13. Develop high ideals. livan. Friday named Court t
Inns toted In the shove HOTEL LEAMINGTON
St. Pains Smith Lee and
14. Learn to take criticism. "Too Beautiful for Words" Kirby l ii y the flllnir i of a bill trllfo -
: .r:11::
Andrew Jackson High Schools and The boys basketball team has paint by the. aliove. A.Smith .
15. Be clean in your habits. Geraldine Johns. 1 ax Lliiuklntor for Bradford.
"". 16. Observe the Golden Rule. "You're Sensatlonal"-Eltzabeth I High Springs. The exact dates been practicing and Is now almostat County Hunk n corporation, A. ")I 10m 1'0 Most Popular Hotel"
. '...'!i. i have not been decided upon as the peek of perfection. plaintiff, seeking to quiet. and. confirm I
. Hollingsworth. his Idle an Inilefnaxlljla feesimple
i an
CALENDAR OF EVENTS yet Manager Mignon Slsson said. definite first
".' "You're a Builder Upper"- Though as yet a till to the auova dexrrlbcdI
. "J'#::5M&&< Jan. 14-Girls Glee Club under James Hair. The following came out for the team has not been chosen from the NE 1st Street at Uiscayne Boulevard

t'J-Kft: pirection of Mrs. A. E. Wall. Boys. "Out in the Cold Again"-Mil team: fourteen odd candidates, It is expected r,

;I i'n basketball practice. .. dred Hundley. Dorothy Marwlck (Capt.), Marjorie that the first team will be Overlooking Buy. front Park: & BIscayne Bay I 3

: f' Jan. 19-Girls basketball pract- "Lost In a Fog"-Robert Chap Marwlck Ruby Dampier Myra picked within a day or two. t
I': Senior "Great Ex- Beatrice Lillian "This should be the best team Opposite Union Bus Station
e. Frlnk
sponsors Moseley I
man. ...,he...... ..... .... It
'jpectatlon." at Ritz Theatre. "Then I'll Be Tired of You"- Moseley Skeet Tyson Audrey; here In several years," said Mr. .nwhkh, I., Annpn''

"! S'; ;((r Jan. 16-BoyS Glee Club and P. "Dot" Carlisle Eunice Williams Mildred Howard coach when asked about ..110.Id IW..SMPRICIlISS Oft'luu.InJ.eMl.t.r.

." I j, "t. A. meeting at 3:00: o'clock., Sapp. Hundley Louise Kite. M. E. Wynn, 1 the prospects "and we expect to INFORMATION a

1.1' ,\:!!: Jan. 17-Elementary chapel and SOCIETY Vondo inman. Marjorie Johns and play our first game next Friday" I -for thoxa mifTitrlnff from 3 Lowest Rates Ever Ouoted !
. ; \STOMACH OH DVOI>ItNAL I
,'Oirls: basketball practice. several others The following are out for the .N AyA. POOR IC.KM--
ar 1< .: $i Jan. 18-Seniors have chapel :Misses Dorothy Sapp and Louise team: ll ll"A( ) nVHPKPillA. 3

'fl"" program. Snyder motored to Lawtey Sunday Edwin Torode Sumpter Harley HOUR. II SrOMAC It AH I'HIIHN, (,MININKHH. (,ON.- 3STIPATION Single Room with' Bath _, ._. .___:_____ ._, .__.. $1.50 ;

v# .- I, afternoon. SENIOR I'ERSONALITIES Ronald Pitta Merrill Edwards .IEPLCSHNIXN, SAD OR BHt/tril.IICAO-/ 5Rl 5 Double Room With Hath ___ ._. _____. .___ 2.00 ,
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" .. Seniors Hold A delightful affair of the past James flair William Woolen Si ACHBS. DUE 10 KXCEXH: ACI1)We J
Grace Adklrm Aik (orcfrwcnuir al tnilard't : ALFRED SIMONS Manager.
o' week was a dance at the Woman's meon Phillips Olen Bectenbaugh .n AulhwIMd Wlll.r, < 1JwMn, ,

Class Meeting Club sponsored by the Bachlor- Wilson May Bill Edwards Louis MITCIIKLL'H IHl' STORE = -- -. -. --

ette's Club. Among the students A baby girl with large brown Davis Raymond Plummer Nlal

: The Seniors held a class meeting attending were: Martha Powell eyes and dark curly hair was born Wynn and others. i I

'/Monday,: January 14, to select in- Lillian Sternberg Louise Snyder to Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins on We students are backing the

,;yitationa and cards. A committeef nez Dempsey Mignon Slsson January 31. 1916 in Lake Butler team In every way' and hope to OFYOURFAVORITE

f was appointed to select-a motto. Mary Lucille Torode Joe Edwardsand Florida. This mischievous girl win every game this year. ;

;t he class colors are to be chosen Raymond Plummer.We with a sunny disposition han -* -- It:

k ,
held Friday. January 18. Plans Cadman back with us after. brief and weighs 117 pounds. She Among those attending the Ep-
I
,were discussed for sponsoring the Iness. likes to go bicycle riding. She dislikes worth League Union meeting at "

I' 4) moving picture "Great Expectations Miss Inez Dempsey was a visitor to study and go out for recre Melrose Thursday were Katie Fu- s'

," by Dickena.! In Trenton Sunday. atlon. She la very quiet. gate Frances Dltteau Elizabeth MAGAZINES

..., Craig and AI Kay Carlisle ,
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:SCHOOL< :,
DAYS By DWIG
We are very proud of a certificate
which we have received from AND THIS NEWSPAPER-1 FULL YEARYou i


the states Florida that Board one hundred of Forestry.per cent It Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer :

a of the class voted to uphold the : "
4 Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper
I "School Boys and Girls Code for ,

't ) 1Z2 ( 1 I"TS M'IlWo.e. E''E1l.iATS Florida Forestry." We are goingto

'1 1\Ie Qt\'f P1GTIIR/i!. HaI \ have It framed and hung In the

I E4ENtllp,ttti+ Lila EYE room. (
Pick Pick 3lagaznes
Tai' "AII'" ) 11a4
flt40 W)1GH IEpppa'e's We had our pictures taken last I,
piaORO TOo ( }
"s TAI'.e IT fltD.-. Thursday afternoon. Hope the

camera is still usable Magazinei ]
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?A :THt9 v0i1a Q1GME0 OP A still ---

,. : Will miracles- Al
8'1 A MNTAMe never cease
i .TTUSI'f"g I1)I'
( Carlisle claims to be the
'H' ITlIAS A ROPE I Kay now
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> 1 T Bit HIM WL (T. iole possessor of a purple diamondas

Ham? N1M K T.o., big as a thumbnail! SSUCTOMI.lit.

vITN t'e Swatm9 t t. Margie McMillan. Reporter .
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' \ CoWl bqul0 S1sRT KoI'II!: iosrt.eU'14 ELEMENTARY NEWS a.ertom't.


Ia eo o S Beginners-Mrs. Jeanette Kln- C .............. WtxaatWoRw o n. 9rlc1aIhuIa...,1Y5 I

cald's Room. Ope5tas. )fA..1. "I" oP a 8 Cleft.leal"l -.I Yr.o .
We are so glad to have Ruby o McCall' Yr. 0

Green Wesley Schuler and Bobby 'a .r (Weekly.1.... lkl (JirOID_ 1W ssi&sisT t
_....la..l w.u. 8 )
: Turner In our room. They are new O rKW'2 y_ Dfaml
pupils just coming In this term. o Opee IIoa4 (1JoY> .!... OC..u.ar-.1 Yr.Ma41 .

We hope they like us. DPu al: ........"::1t4c.Yr.. "'Cp a4rY PAtH/INOA 8 Coo4 '10....' Me9..1..1 Yr.
p n..un.lYl.
o aporta AIt.w..1 RAF 0 0IcJe ............1 Yr.
THIRD GRADE .......,..,1Y KoboId
0111..' Saeea. i 0 : -.1 Yr.owa" ,
DJualraledi
.3IJ'f1. Grace U'alnwrlgbt Teacher WotU....... y... -i'1 MoulK. 4ehaalq. ...17r.

Aa y Our Honor Roll was left out last >fA9adtM..2 Y- IF YOU PREFER 0 lfeed (Hrell Nam. l.Ue..1 Ye

week. Here It Is: OOIC..u- it ............2"1- YOU MAY CHOOSE o 8uce.Mh.i r.1;:: '''.
Donald Bagwell Joe English .2"1 "" r.
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t ; CIo.erwaJ ...ta'" AIL 4 MAGAZINES Wo.ltry at.a.,1 Y,1DB.ol
: Keeffee Pitts, Olin White Marjorie O 2'II. woma.
,. 3oc CIrcle ...... ..... 8 A51 dcaarru ......1 Yr.
I : Davis. Alberta Wodard FROM GROUP-2 r
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I Kathleen Stockwell Patsy Ruth .check 9_..tt,.R)
I Wainwright :Montecn. Warren. Fay

Yarbrough.-, l :. w. limarmmtmo Tlttm Ottart USB THIS UAlVnV OBPKH IILAiVK TODAYtCAceA


FOIKTH GRADE Our arrangement with upublithcr** f A. lour tnagtxintt tl..ircJ and return lift al

Mrs. Edna Hart, Teacher with your 0Iffl_. Fill out coupon carefully.G4xtf .
own representative enables IM to ..&e
We
We have
are drawing scenes. xia. I *KI>.. $ ... .. ...-- Pkar.send..iSelu...ananamcack4 1'g'
mounted six pictures. We have anew you tills (eiaarxabit oflFcr. h h strictly web ,.e(1 tatacnphaa. .> tee iMwifupOT.QUOTATIONS .

book called "Aesop's Fables." ad ub
.sulr.teed.nd cHptioni will be
It was brought by Dorothy Bell. rwM u
We have some new books that Mrs. "'rcd promptly. If you arc at pre-

lart brought We have gone Into cnt: subscriber to wy of lV. ....- S-. "rA_ '

long dlvl loa.. We have taken ...., tiMe will 1M ...t.nded. Tess...1 st.i.O ...' .... ..... ..- ..... .. '4
aU of our Christmas things down.

PAS -4---- a W. had a play period Friday. ON MAGAZINES NOT LISTED SEHT ON REQUEST

Virginia Anderson Reporter.





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; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY; JANU.\RY'I8. 1931ft
PACK FOUR .. .. -- --
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\/ :}: ,) so that they may be ordered at Mr and Mrs: John C. Wyrick

FLORIDAHIGHLIGHTS I (qNNmf 1 lr' once. were called to Alexander, Va.
,
Announcement was made by the
tN. Atlttgrnllll' Thursday account of the death
President, Mrs. G. H. Lowry that
-3ocictyJ I :<;'," !",., "" ...._. ..'O: "-'''''-. .... 1<::"'t .
W'... I" \) "'W., B"j-I'JI .....' accidentB.
I .If: L'' >iin. of1::>.#"c 't"")' .;t"f" 1 11'-17' a' .-,.). Dowell Fellowship Day, and wouldbe
-"" : celebrated at the'home of Mr. EX Reddish, of Jacksonville, ,
I ; \ \t' :"';,; t
(
JrrJ//II/AC'J.I h : and Mrs. C. A. Knight with a Musical was a business visitor '
nere Wed
.
'
..1P I. :.vo". :' .. .. .<::t. \ :,'t ,.., Tea and Garden '
,
1"" II : ,,, "',,.,. "" ---i r.: Party nesday. ""i
>
;f' Bible Class Meets "010-",.'..... .
r : Juanita. Barefoot Honored Ladies ::\; .r..
spQNGeS47 ; '.. .. -" Songs of the Civil War and the Prof and Mrs. W K. Maxwell
' With Mrs. DarbyThe ?- 1e of Musical! Culture will be
il On Birthday Anniversary ri Spread of Orange Park, were business visitors | -
8200kSY/ILE .2//A taken up at the next meeting. here Saturday.Mrs. .
i a Mr. and Mrs. P..M. Barefoot entertained Ladles Bible Class of the P/S/ .
(; a Dumber of the young First Baptist Church, met Friday HAS THE LJEEPEST LG DEOTNOF G. W. Roberta wan a visitor l.
: "folks at their home Tuesday evening evening at the home of Mrs. A.'M WATEN THE LAWTEY{ to Starke Tuesday.

jl I d,i. .i from seven to nine o'clock In Darby. _'f'> ,. ""f1' UN/rEO STATES O. J. Pkllllv. Correspondent. I Mrs. James 'G. Godwin of the
1 'honor of their daughter Juanita, A short business meeting was ; .. ; r State Farm, visitor
{i otr... was a here
.
.1. .'..._,... ... .. Officials Installed
,
.
I ,. \ .
thirteenth
'fi ;, who celebrated her held when officers for the class .,... Tuesday.The .
that date. President "' .....:I'' :t,. :.' ./ :;:. ;:: ;.;,',": .. ,,.r.. <''S.i.J..t.,; ...t At the recent meeting of the
on
i: I ? birthday anniversary were elected as follows: "; : ., .... ....,.......'! Lawtey Council the Lawtey P., T. A. held their
t '1.. A' color scheme of pink and Mrs. O. W Alderman; Secretary, 'I 1\ .. '- _, .; \:..;.', ,.,. ...,r'r11lo<::-", oL... :. City followingwere
r -
. I ,.... '" ;;:: Installed as officers: regular monthly' meeting at the
; carried out C
: Id i white was effectively Mrs. D. L. SIlcox; Group Leaders ,, i school Monday afternoon. '
''t ;;;/; '\in the decorations in the living and i iJ for first quarter, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot .: J. H. Moore, Mayor; R. A. Grlf-
fls, Clerk: V. R. Reddish. Marshall; Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummerand
J !r dining rooms, and potted plants i and Mrs. One Wiggins.
J ''t'added a colorful note to the occa- The name "Homemakers" was R. A. Griffis, Councilman, F. R. son, Billie, are visiting relatives
, Carradlne, Councilman, A. :H. Harley + In Gainesville and Willis ton
the class "Our
v/, slon'l chosen as name; '
t i/
/( S-. Councilman M. B. Plummerand this week.
r ,' Games and contests were enjoy- Home For Christ" was chosen as ;
:,1 Jed by the young folks during the class motto; Class colors, green O. J. Phillips are hold-over The correspondent would be
!. :i{evening;! and to Juanita was pre3 and white; Class flower rose; Councilmen glad to receive any notes of gen
.I / seated many lovely birthday gifts Class Scripture. Prov. 36.: eral Interest you can furnish not
.*,.,' from her friends. The class enrollment was divided John C. Ward la employed In later than Tuesday evening of each
into two groups as follows: Jacksonville this week. I week.
l. ti' V. The beautiful birthday cake iced
I f"", ..>'In white with pink decorations, Group one, Airs.' Barefoot leader 'KVr'TT n.
f t to the Mesdames W. J. Epperson, E. C. H
I. f l with Ice cream, was served
X. r guests by Mrs. Barefoot and thehonoree's Priest, Mrs. G. W. Aldermon Bernice '- ,..... .......,.o i ; ,,;$...-;' -..' 1 -
:
,\ ''I.; ,,; little sister, Sara Bare- Johnson H. L. Brownlee, W. .........,,.. ''o7rf'" .... .:Iooif.J; :,'I!"" 'The/ White House DIXIE CRYSTAL
4 \ afoot.\ Favors were pink baskets E. Perkins, S. L. Peek, C. A. ;. ; ;..;;".).':.. ;.... .. EvaporatedMILK Finest Granulated
$
; 'I :t!".filled with pink and white valentine Knight, W, A.Feeler. F. O. Peterson ':\' .";r.. : ;;.: ..'........ /A ""' r A:0:
-L : / / .J:; /
::
.' !.. candy. Julia Williams; Group two, I, "W.it.: e ei
\> ": .' Mrs. Wiggins_leader, Mesdames. C. ;:: _....'! i. /' APoL& 'NA/L SUGAR
.::. E. Johns D. L. Silcox. J. H. Pitts, ,
$ J. D. Goodman. J, M. Brownlee, R. ..1.-r.''"'"'' ..;,7' !' .t. /
,_. rti';,i! [ rOUNON / / No finer evaporated "The Sweetest Su
J. Davis,, Pate Gassett, Alice Cole- "t: w .J:'
: RITZ THEATRE man, L. Q. Hemingway, L. A. Ca. '. :' : j', \ CA//SURD/e4c f0PALat milk Is made. raAetnsn Nsr gee'Ever Sold"

nova, G. A. Anderson. .".', .. FeOM JPAT&l! FO Tall Lb. Cloth o If c
STARKE. FLORIDA 3 17e 5
During the social hour games and -= ; Cans ["WHERE ECONOMY mieSm Bag ____
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conversation were enjoyed after ..... AfONTHS

PROGRAMBEGINNING which the hostess assisted by Mrs... .... ., ... .. _.
.. ."... ,. ,'... ;.' .,,, /
FRIDAY .. .
Morgan Darby served delicious refreshments -.. ,. GRANDl\IOTIIER'8-FltESIJ Plain or Sliced
'
.n,.. ..'g ) ::t ---...... 14-Oz 18-Oz. 24-Oz.
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of fruit cake, angel "' .I.'O"' .. k. ...,
FRIDAY, JAN 18TII .. ......, """" ="" ..' --.
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4
food cake and coffee. -I \ c. o\ aQr \
"Here Is My Heart" BREAD 6c 8c lOcIONA

.' flint froHbv: -Kitty Carlisle Gives Spaghetti DinnerAt Here at WEEKJWACHEE SPRINGS which inhabits the tributaries of the St. ..
\ n' SATURDAY, JAN. 10TII- Kingsley Lake Is to be found America's deepest transJohns River in Eastern Florida, has the -- -

' ) 'f Lee Graham of Gainesville was parent body of water-145 feet deep I amazing ability of being able to live for BRAND--Plain or gplf-RIitlng
"Fighting Sheriff"Buck 0 |lb. Sk. 12 lb. Sk. 24 Lb. Sk. 48 Lb Sk.
i bout to a number of young folks at ,From: its great depth surges ,a maximum months away from water by breathing
,
Jones' the ,Graham cottage at Kingsley flow of crystal 'clear, water at the rate ,. air and keeping its air chamber moist. FLOUR 25c 47c 87c
Also 11'The Wolf $1.73GIBB'S
Dog'and
Chapter ,
",- Comedy Lake. Saturday evening, at a spaghetti I of 149,000 gallons per, day to make it During dry; seasons it buries'itself in
... dinner. one of the largest springs mall Florida. mud. This interesting little mollusk -
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:8TJN..MON.''' JAN. 20.21 Dancing and swimming were enjoyed Though not generally known, it has which reaches a length of 1 1-2 inches,
"The President during the evening by the what is believed to be the widest variety is of tropical distribution only. Its surface -Bull Head Brand

4 Vanishes" share group this Of young enjoyable folks affair.invited, -.' to of natural botanical growth in any body is of olive-green banded with narrow PORK BEANS 16-oz. can 5c

I Arthur Byron- Janet Beecher Those attending were: of fresh water in the United States. lines of darker green and brown unequally -

-Aleo/ News and Comedy Misses Mary Davit, Anne Crego, The FLATTENED APPLE SNAIL spaced.W. EIGHT 0' CLOCK-Mild. Mellow, Pure Santos -

TUES.-MED., J/\N.22 and 23 Carolyn Craft, Clare Tillman, -
"Love Time" Olive Dell Betty'Davis and Elizabeth M. S. Business MeetingThe Woodmen Cir 1e'[ stalls Epworth League Meets COFFEE Per Pound 19c
and Gordon Johnson,
Craig
New\
Woman's Missionary Society Officers For Year At Melrose
Pa Patterson Nile AetherAnd
a Jack McGriff, Louis Townsend, will
of the Methodist Church '
"THE GIRL PROM PAR Charles Black and Grover Allison. 'The regular meeting' of the The Garfield Evans League Union SPECIAL LOW HIGH QUALITY
ADISE"c ,With a big Sylvia cant. From and meet o'clock Monday, at the afternoon church. Devotional at three Starke Grove of Woodmen Circle composed of Starke, Melrose PRICES ON HEINZ I FOODS
was held at the Masonic Hall Tuesday Waldo, and Hawthorn leagues,
and business meeting.
THtntS.-FUI., Jan. 24 and 23 WE NOW HAVE:' .. .. evening, when officers for the held Its monthly meeting Thursday 27e
SPAGHETTI 3 Cans
.f "Enter Madame" SPECKLED PERCH Reading Circle NoticeThe new year were installed.' night' January 10 In Melrose.
j KHsso Lamll-Cnry Grant FRESH WATER TROUT The large hall "Was" decorated The devotional was led by a TOMATO JUICE 2 Cans 15c
t "OIodp""II a cartoon In rotor ALL KINDS OF SALT Reading Circle,of the Wo- with seasonal'flowirs and potted member from Melrose after which ,
WATER FISH.APALACHiCOLA man's Club will meet \with ,Mrs. plants and following a.short bus- a business meeting was held with RICE FLAKES Pkg. lie
MIDNITE SHOW OYSTERS H. H. Young, (32T West Call St., mess session the following officers the president of the Union, Wood-
Monday afternon at four "o'clock, Were installed with Mrs. Vonda fin Halle, Jr., presiding.
SATURDAY JAN.
"" 10TH AND.SHRIMP when Lloyd, C. Douglases. book, tnman of the : Parsnips Lb 5c Snnnjrflcld Fancy Sliced ', '
, ,I SSS; ; J! r. M. : ; past guardian grove Following the meeting members BREAKFAST
wilt
Obsession'; be
"Magnificent acting as installing officer and Fresh
Preaenting'ONE -AT- from Melrose entertained the visItors -
t''t't
t' discussed. Mrs. Donald" Mac.. Miss Gladys Williams, as Installing at a social hour held at the Tomatoes Lb. lOc
: 1 HOUR LATE'JotiMorrleonIlelen be the'eader.. BACON Ib. 35c
will
}, Magnolia Fish Mkt. Queen attendant;. Guardian, Mrs. Mae Town Hall Games and contests Fresh
,
,; j : .: Twelvctreen All members of the club having Green; Advisor, Mrs. Maude Andrews were enjoyed after which sand
i ". TilE OLD RELIABLE read the book are Invited to attend ; Chaplain, Mrs..Ruth Court wiches and hot chocolate were Carrots, 2 for 15c
.' ', .
;: this Attendant, Mrs. Carolyn In- Fresh
1)), ':P meeting.t" ney; served. lOcBath's Cedar Valley PICNIC
Assistant Attendant, Mrs. T.
man;
Those from Starke) attendingthe BEETS
A. Hutchings; Inter Sentinel, Mrs. HAMS Ib 15c 1
Union were: Fancy Stalk
Mamie Denmark; Musician, Miss
Vonda Inman; Secretary; Mrs. Lu- Misses Kitty Hogsed. Elizabeth Celery lOc ,
;LARD 2 Lbs..25c Craig, Hazel Adkins, Katie Fu-
t" \ la Hutto; Banker Mrs. Louise Williams Dot Bishop, Doshla Smith Firm 4 Lbn. forBANANAS
GREEN'S Team, gate.
; ; Captain ''ofDegree : Rath's Cedar Valley Lb.
Carol White, Fran
Lillian Stump

!SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c Guardian Miss Gifts Gladys were, Mrs.Williams presented Inman, to and the to past the I ces Ditteau Peek, Evelyn Margaret Lindsay Hair, and Frances Ed- Fancy HeadLettuce 15c Bacon Squares 23c I

I win McCoy, James Hair, Leslie
Ii t A PLEE-ZING FOOD STORE new Guardian, Mrs. Green, by the Biggs Woodfin Halle Jr., Rich 9c
Grove. as a token 'tof the high esteem A&P: FANCY, Tub or print
,r! RICE; 5 Lbsa: .18c in which they are held by the ard, Long Inman, A.and Z. Adkins Edwin, Jr.Green, Robert -, Lemons, Doz. 15c Ea.

J"J"'I; $ Specials Friday and Saturday members. I Tommy and N. T. Ritch A. W. Large Fancy BUTTERJbSSc_
GROUND, A social hour was enjoyed when : Anderson. Alkay Carlisle, Rev.' B. Grapefruit 5c ,
I refreshments were'* served by ,the M. Montgomery and Mrs. E. K. Fancy Delicious Eating .

t j COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c Telephone 86 We Deliver lags committee.delighted' Miss the members Jenelle Hutch-with a Perryman. Apples, doz 30c Oleomargarine

; i clever Cow.reading". entitled, "MilkingThe P. T. A. Meets Canadian RUTABAGAS 4c Lb. Ib 12c

t 'PRINCE PEANUT -. The regular meeting of the ,

t k. ALBERT 2 Cans. 21c BUTTER 16-oz. 15c ;' McMillanBurneyMr. Starke was Parent, held Teacher Wednesday Association afternoon -- Canned MEAT Sale

1 :! jar and Mrs. E. E. Burney Jan. 16, at the high school
Announce the marriageof auditorium. Ubbv' or Sunnyfl..14CORNED .

, )i '\\I I FRESH No. 2. Can T Doris their Lorraine daughter __ The meeting opened with the BEEF 2 Cans. 25cLIBBY'S
'4 -: -' ,"} TomatoNo2cans25c t .l song "America the Beautiful" and

I J\ : ;LJMA BEANS: lOc _, George to McMillan The all repeating monthly the message Lord's V from prayer.the CORNED BEEF HASH 2 Cans 25c

" 1, t SOAP OR ...:_.; .Saturday, January fifth National President on "What Shall SUNNYFIELD .
( Nineteen hundred and thirty-five We Do About School Books" was TRIPE No. 2 Can 17c
y BAKING
,
,
, J: f POWDER 2Froc 1 POWDER 2for f :T.5c:: five- The o'clock Mr.marriage McMillan at the'of took home Miss place Burneyand of the at read Davis.article by from"Is the roy secretary the'child National religious", Mrs.Parent E. M.an R&R CHICKEN: BRAND-BONED 6-Oz. Can 39cUBBY'S


: PLEE-ZING TOMATO bride's parent uVtwtey./( The Teacher's Magazine was read, by '
ceremony was'Performed, by. the Mm. H. V Knlcrht. Mrs. E. K. COOKED BRAINS 2 No. 1 Cans 25eWALKER'S
:: brld'. grandfathjf:;:. ,Rev. H. :- president. talked 'of
Mackerel 3 Tall Cans 25c SOUP 2 Cans'13c of Mlamh in the' Ferryman
, ,.t $" Of Skipper- the Immediate vunily.] V'I Anglo articles Patti on '"The and read Ten one Command,of his CHILI CON CARNE 2 Cans 25c.

t Following the ceremony Mr. "
.0 ments.
1 )
) ri nun 6 LBS. 12LBS. 24-LBS McMillan left short wedding
} r Mrs. on a The secretary read the minutesof Fancy Mlaeil-Grem and White
: l IH-MIXO SELF-RISING ,trip and are now at home to the last meeting. The presi- LIMA BEANS No. 2 Can lOc:

,, r 23c 43c 83c I Mr.their McMillan friends in Is Gainesville employed, when' dent urged all members to be Olympia Brand-Selected Soaked .
I present at the next meeting which No. 2 Cans 15c
2
PEAS
i reel:!
" 1 Mrs. McMillan lies been a ,will be the third Wednesday In .
1 "t ;PLEE-ZING BOILING dent of Lawtey for several years February :Founder's Day will'be IONA BRAND-Tender Cut .
and has endeared herself to a host ,observed at that time.' BEETS No. 2 Can. ,lOc,

i .j {CLEANSER 14-oz. can 5c BACON 'Lb.12ic happiness.of friends who"*" wilt l' wish..her much ,i -A ,- S17NNYFHCLD: .
Club'
-, Music : Meets OATMEAL 211-4 Lb. Pkgs. >15c.

O. E. S. Notice With, .Miss Fernandez FANCY SANTA CLARA-70-80 Size ,
:New SYRUP %-gal 25c ? The Fortnightly' Music ''PRUNES 2 Lbs. 15c
Studygroup'
;, t ;, : ORANGES, Doz.! .' l 10c ,Starke The regulaf Chapter*meeting Order of Eastern of the of' theWoman's Club met SUNNYFtELD

Star will be held Monday night at with Miss Isabel Fernandez at.her PANCAKE FLOUR 1 l-41b.pkg. 8c
, : PENNY home on Water Street Friday evening .
: seven-thirty o'clock. 'I I[
1 Pt.
Qt: .
Following 'the ifegular''business GELATIN DESSERT OR CHOCOLATE PUDDING
I ''
'MATCHES Pkgs. 15cORESSiNG meeting a social period! will be en- John 'Taskev Howard's book
"t I Ik l 28c. Joyed. All members are urged to "Our American Music," was, resumed SPARKLE 6 Pkgs. 25c

t; attend and all visiting' O. E ''So. and the subject for the
'
The of
evening Migration Foreign
RIB' members Invited 'to1 ANN PAGE DeltelMM. Par Fruit j
Musicians Americaand The
. ;l Mrs.Mrs.:Edna EvaAnderson..Hart. W. M.Secy. Awakening 'of a National Consciousness PRESERVES 16-oz.Jar 15c
;;BEEF STEW, 3 Lhs. 25cGROONDMUT2Lbs25c .. i was admirably handled

, by Mrs. Donald MacQueen, assisted
Baptist W M.-U.. Notice : DROMEDARY-Extra Fine Cranberry
by blissFertipndezt: :,
g ,1;;, ,SMOKED : '. The regular business! and pro '"SumT-"fe::""-l-cumen, bI.a' **,an* No. j '
SAUCE 1% Can
.J \ gram meeting of the Baptist W,M.IT. dent EngllnH Rouit
.. .., ,$SAUSAGE. .2,Lbs.: 25c BEEF.LIVER, Lb. l lOc will afternoon be held at at three the Church o'clock.Monday .' I I the the Community eleven/penoM Sons fpresent Book "Twice** from

"", S, All member';end leaders are 63." Those desirlngcoples of this THE GREAT_ATLANTIC' .& PACIFIC, TEA COMPANY.. ..,.
\ "
urged to'attend.li... sASr ,hnnlf II'w.u.' .sss.lRtifkAyIkanoa,




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JANUARY 18. lOSS COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA P.\GE FIVR
IIDAYV --- -- .. ,. .. _, .
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Mr. and Mrs John Green. of Sam T. Dell, of Gainesville, was and Deutronomy advice might LOMJges from forgeries now total

Gastonia N. C., 'were guests the NAT SEZ: a, visitor here Wednesday after- have ,,been addressed to the "tin mOle than $Z ,OOOOOO annually,
I first of the.week"Of: Mr. and Mrs noon. canners" but nothing is said 1 for ---..--.--

T. N. Kendrick.,en route to Miami. Well the hitch-hikers. The injunctionfrom Extraction of alcohol from In-
Bits of folks I want to get '
started you Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Green of Anderson the Psalms could well be dian corn for power use has caua,1

Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Dowling, day! Ball thinkingabout for Roosevelt that that Is Birth to be S. C., are the guests of Mr. heeded by the citrus Industry.; ed erection of a plant tor this pure J

Hugh Moore and Miss Grace Du- held here on and Mrs, E. J. Dowling at their Tampa Tribune. pose at Johannesburg! South '\

? Local Nev pree!, of Jacksonville, were guests January 30. Isuppose home on Christian Street. Africa __ t
Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- AN ESTATE .- -- ,n
you A new mold!, essential In manu- '
dleton. have already 141", ana Mrs. A. J. Thomas, are
_ CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND been receiving congratulations on the Not every father is able to leaveto facture of calcium gluconate! used
Mrs. Mae Jones. Mrs. tart Mid- It thinking but : arrival of a son, Franklin Delano his son a big estate made up of In treating disease affecting the it
about I t'
,
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWNJ. dleton and Mrs. Thomas Rust of want- to keep It on Sunday. January 13, at their lands, mortgages and bonds but bones, has been discovered by department -

Jacksonville were here Saturday fresh In home near Starke. any father can bequeath to his I of agriculture chemists.
your <
visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E Mid- -- children an estate worth Infinitely -,
mind so youwon't N'I iF :- 1
dleton. BIBLE more- one for which they will
let .
even Holy Writ contains a number of rise up to call his name bleitsod. lie Say a prayer ,
J. Canova of Gainesville Col. and Mrs.D. E. Knight were Mr aud Mrs. H. J. Sewell and Junior's hivesor references applicable to the FlorIda can leave an honorable name good For little Willie- ,
I
ent Tuesday here. guests of the former's sister, Mrj.: daughters, Sara and Betty Jo, of a stopped-up of today. reputation, the memory of a God Just couldn stop '
in Alachua
Florence Matthews Gainesville were in Starke Satur- kitchen link: Here are some of them. Can ly life and a record of fair deal- Eating our Chill.

JMrs. W., H. Biggs of Lawtey Sunday. II day visiting Mr and Mrs Graham keep you away. any Bible student reader add to Ing. He can teach his son to have
This party ,Is about the only I -
fas a visitor here Monday. Cauaey., them 7"And a profound respect for a fact, a''
Miss Patsy Brinaon, Mrs. Pete chance know, of for yu to havea I -> they went out to'the South. deep 'reverence for character athirst And the IdirlMH(..., hamburgers,
BrInson and Mrs. J., K. David of I bang-up good time for yourselfand -11 Samuel 24;T. for knowledge and a willing
I Mrs. J;.,, F.'Sauls was a visitor Mr and Mrs.,F..A, Canova and
JacksonvlUe Saturday. Hugh were visitors here Friday little daughter Mary Anne of still be doinggood for the unfortunate See the land what It la.-Number ness to work. If any youth has all oysters mid short order

afternoon. Gainesville, were guests Sunday of victims of Infantile par I3li: this he will not need any money
Mr. Canova's mother Mrs. E. E. lysis. It's the biggest bargain And the land shall'yield her In- that may be willed to him; If he are equally aa good.
> Carson M. Grlffis of Highland Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the State Canova. that has hit, town since I openedmy crease.-Leviticus 264.: ,. does not have this no'money left
ads a visitor here Monday. Farm, and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, of January sale last week. Then shall thou turn It Intomoney.Deutronomy him will do him much good. This HALL'S PLACE i

Lawtey, were, visitors here Tues- Rev. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell, So don't kid yourself Into thinking 14:25: Is an estate any man can leave to Near Seuhoui-d" Station
Mrs: O. W Roberts of Lawtey day afternoon.Mrs. I of Lake Butler were In Starke you have any reason for not And, behold there came much his children. Clipped. I -
vas a visitor here Tuesday. visiting their, son-in- coming to the Woman's Club on people.-II Samuel 13:34.:

P. O. Carpenter of Newton Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. O. Wednesday night, January 30. Multitudes Multitudes in the
Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight wereVisitors several law daughter There just l Isn't nylhtng important -
N. C., is spending \ valley of,decision.--Joel 314.:
Grlffis.Mm.
J.
,to Jacksonville Tuesday. weeks here with her mother Mrs enough to make you miss a Search you out a place to pitch \V. CMtL DAVIS JOHN BERRY UVVIS
-
Laura Powell. party as good as thin one promisesto your tents In.-Deutronomy 133.:
J., B. Hartman, of Rock.,
Mrs. T. W. Shuler of the State \.- be. Even the old gag about not They choKe out the chief rooms' ,
farm, was a visitor here Monday.Mr. 'Mr* and Mrs Johnny Baisden, ford, Illinois, in spending the win- having anything to wear won't Luke 14:7.:
with her and daugh-
and son Ralph of Lake City, spent ter here Mr. and son Mrs. Albert hold water when Stcrnberg's is offering Thou shalt neither'vex a strnnger DAVIS FUNERAL HOME
and Mrs. L. B. Crosby, of ter-In-law. '
Sunday-,here with MrBalsden's} such lovely froclts at such nor oppress hlm.-Exodus 22: :
Brooker, were visitors here Tues- father W, W. Baladen. Hartman. reasonable prices. 21. '

8Y.1+ Rev.and Mri. M., C. Stith and January Clearance Peace 'bo within thy walls, and PALATKA, FLA. .,\
Matthews, Mrs. W. E. ,
Mrs. E S. prosperity within thy palaces
Cox, of Raiford was! visIting three sons, of Jacksonville were, FALL
FROCKS
Ralph MIddleton, Mrs. H. B. :McLendonand Psalms 1227.:
friends here during the week- visitorsto here Saturday afternoon visitingMrs. I 111 NOItTJI.JTII ST. PHONE: DAY 60-NIGHT 80
E. L. Matthews were Stlth's parents Mr. and Mrs.H. $1.88 $2.88 $3.88 Arlpe, and go toward the south,
nd.J Jacksnville Monday.Mrs. ..-Acts 8:28: .
L. Brownie ; *'
I have bought a piece of ground,
Miss Gladys Williams spent F. A. Moore and Mrs. Jack Powell and January C'Io'IIf1"ceMEN'S and I must needs go and see It.-
JacksonIlle Mr. and Mrs. 24 HOUR SERVICE
friends In -
with
onday Thelma Steele and children, of Mrs. James Shepard of Hilliard, SUITS Luke 14:13:

Gainesville were guests Sunday of were week-end guests of Mr., and Particularly apropos for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. $14.85J"mu.'y crowded season is the quotation
residence
at their -
Mrs. C. A. Knight
of Wal-
Mrs.
Mr. and Ed Camp, from Exodus. Samuel Numbers.
jjo, were visitors here Tuesday af Merrill Futch a student at the on Call Street. Clearance Leviticus and Deutronomy, first Lady Attendant :-: Ambulance Service

ernoon. University of Florida, spent the four quoted, have the right Idea.
of the
__ A large number young
I
1 week-end here with' his parents, Outing Flannel and In logical The !sec
DeWitt C. Jones, of Gainesville A. Futch. I folks of the Methodist Epworth 1 sequence. _______n__________
as a prominent visitor here bur and Mrs. C. League attended a meeting of the SO InrhM Wide

Garfield Evans League In Melrose lOc
hursday. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez and
daughter, Miss Virginia have recently last Thursday evening.
Mrs. A. E. McKinney of Brooker. I moved to the Woodbridge William January Clvnrunco

| was a visitor here Saturday house on.South Cherry Street. have Mr. recently and Mrs.moved here Alvarez from LADIES' SHOES

fternoon. Jacksonville and are operating Valued to ffl Tip Top GrocerySpecials
Miss Dorothy Joiner has return
I' Bill's service station and lunch
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., ed to her home In Bartow after a Avenue.T. $1.98January
were visitors to Jacksonville Mon- visit here with her uncle and aunt, room on Temple

day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W.: A. Bessant, Jr. ., D. Rickenbacker, who Is located Clearance


were Judge visitors and to Mrs.Jacksonville A.. Z. Adkins Saturday Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs L.G.'O.W Hazen Hazen and and weeks at Camilla spent Rlckenbacker Georgia the week-end for several at Ladies'88c Fall Hats Friday & Saturday, Jan. 18-19

afternoon. : here with Mrs.
little of Brooker were

of Brookr visitors daughter here Sunday afternoon. i I their residence on Madison-Street. CABBAGE, Lb _____ ,22c Eating APPLES, Doz., -----20c
merchant -
G. B. Colson 5 Doll given away Saturday

> Iday, was afternoon.attending to business here Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand and Mrs.Mrs.C. A.C. C.Hoppe Durden and of little Tampa son, night at 8:3o--b hero on time RUTABAGAS, Lb. __ __ _4c York Imp. APPLES SIb.. ..25c
Mrs. G. A. Anderson were in
first of the week

Miss Ella Mae Strickland of Lake Prof.Butler and Sunday Mrs. F.afternoon O. Schell.visIting were visiting here Mr.the and Mrs. O. L. Beas- STERNBERG'SStartce. CAULIFLOWER, Lb. _, ., ..1 Oc TOMATOES, Lb. ,. ___ __ ..10c

visitor here ley at their home on Walnut Street
ake Butler was a

tonday afternoon.Meadames' Clerk of the' Court S. T. Dowl- Edwin McCoy who has been the Florida ORANGES DOZe. 5c LETTUCE Each l IOe

ing; HaL T. Maltaea and Col. Joe of' a i _
'W. FMoore: 'and 'J.' guest of his cousin, Woodfin Halle, ..

|H. Moore here'Monday., of Lawtey,' were' visitors prominent Hill, Williams, visitors of Lake here Butler Monday,were, left where Wednesday he will visit for relatives St. Petersburg before. Miss Mrs.Frances E. T. ,King'and of," Valdosta daughter da,, (ONIONS) 4Ibs. 15c CELERY 'Each lOc

to his home in Charlotte fV e
returning and Mrs. Dan Howell of Lake City
Mrs. 0. L. Beasley, Mrs. Jean-
Mrs. W. M. Edwards and Miss ette .Klncaid, Mrs. C. C. Hoppeand I N. C. spent Wednesday ln Starke with Maxwell House
_x>Is Edwards were visitors to Tues- Mrs. King's sisters, Mrs. Fay Gill dd BUT T E RO
Durden,
Mrs. A. C. spent
.
Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs. D. C. Lennon and daughter and Mrs. J. W. 1wards.
day with relatives in Jacksonville.. Miss Irene and Mr. and Mrs. In COFFEE 30e Pound. .35.
-- ---
V. B. Crenshaw, all of Bustle were e e
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Rltcb 0
The W. C. T. U. recently organ- >
|of the State Farm, were. visitors visiting Mrs. Lennon's slater? Mrs. ized, will meet on Friday after
A % A. H. Green, and other relatives ;
fs here Thursday afternoon. GENT WORD here Monday. noon with Mrs. O, E. Stanubury ACARONI5C PEAS '
The Watchword adopted for the -
Mrs. A., V, Murrhee of Jacksonville year Is found In Zechariah 4.6: : Not Z
has been spending several COLUMNLOSTTarpaulin Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morgan of but rz 2 No. 2 Cana ..25cx
; by might nor by r power by
Marion N. C.' left Tuesday for St.
days here with relatives. my spirit, salth the Lord of hosts"Mr .
from Railway Petersburg after a several days >
visit here with Judge and Mrs. A. ----- NAVY BEANS
Mrs. Chesley Fogg and father, Express Agency trailer. Finder GNBEANS'
of Graham were Z. Adkins at their residence on and Mrs. J. E. Carbone, of .
D. Wasdln .
please return to Express office.It ,
uslness visitors here Monday.Mr. Walnut Street. Chicago, Ill., arrived Wednesdayfor U Uw
a several weeks.visit in Starke.

and Mrs. ,H. H. Younjr:, and JUST RECEIVED shipment' of moved Mr. and here Mrs.from K,Lake G. Duncan Butler have and Their son, Angola Carbone arrived PiA BEANS6c PB ; ;

on. Theodore and Mrs. C. A. Seed Torn, Beans, Irish Potatoesand are occupying the W. M. Wainwright two weeks and ago fora, several weeks lo- a [ EDPEAc 0
F"utch spent Tuesday in Jackson Garden Seed. All guaranteed Avenue. stay they are pleasantly > -
W.. fresh get our prices before buying home on Temple cated at the home of Mr, and Mrs.T. .. ,
Brownlee Bros. St. Mr. Duncan la agent for the N.' Kendrick. r.FJ: Pound - 7 c, .. Pound 6c

Mrs. Tommy Lane. of Gainesvillewas Standard 011 Company. (
J)
FOR SALE-Bulst Bean Seed,
[ in Starke Monday visiting and Giant Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring; and Mrs. T. W. Shuler, Mm. M. Roy-
Tenn. Flats
her,, parents, Mr, and Mrs. P. J. Fordhooks Stringless Green Pod. also Red children, of Madison, were week- ster and Mrs. L. O. Sheffield of ; LARD GRITS c
earce., end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. the State Farm, were In Starke
Bliss Irish Potatoes Seed all new
seed at theright price. J- C. Man- Andrews. They were accompanied Tuesday afternoon visiting Mrs L. 0' 2 Lb. 25c W 8 Lb. 25c
'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach ning. Itp home by Miss Leila Dea Andrews, E. Moseley at her home on Cherry _:Z '
and Mr.and Mrs. S. G. Lewis were who will be their guest. Street. rn
j?,visitors to Green Cove Springs NOTICE have bought Mrs. L. SYRUP + LIBBY'S ,

[Sunday. Saul's Hemstitching: Machine and 1 I :"t' ;. r :1-1
will appreciate her business or any POTTED MEAT
AMAZE A MINUTE Gallon SSc '
.
of _
Miss Mary Louise Morgan new business. Mrs L. E. Moseley. :
[Marlon. N. C., spent the week-end BY ARNOLDI1i < \J 3 Cans. llc O'w:
SCIENTIFACTS
-
FOR SALE-Office Furniture and L
fin Starke the guest of Miss Hazel 'rIJ' '
i Adkins. Electric Refrigerator. Mrs. Fra- MEAL .

zee, 126 N. Walnut St.. Starke. ,,5 5;' ,

Mr.. and Mrs. R. S. Johns, ofLake Fla It- 8 Lbs. ._ 2Sc LEMONS I _, '

[Johns, Butler of Ocala.and were son In George Starke FOR RENT-one bedroom with c
fireplace. 334 N. Cherry Street.
ue day afternoon visiting Mrs.ohDa' ;* ,13C A
See Mrs. L. E. Moseley.. Itpd
parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. W.

"I. Green I'I MEN Government of good Civil character Service desiring positions RICE I 4 SUGAR p


105-$175 month qualify at 7 _' .l 5 Lbs. ___ 22e n 10L '. 45c n
once. For personal Interview write (
Your PassportIS stating age to Federal Service

Training Bureau, Inc., Care of the Plain or Self-Rising 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS.
Telegraph.; 1-1131

A PHILCO MAN WANTED for Rawleigh ,

Route of 800 families. Good FLOUR.25c. 45c 87cr

KNOWN THE profits for hustler. We train and
,
help you. Write today. Rawleigh .. I
WORLD OVER Co., Dept. FAA-223-SA2 Memphis,

AS LEADER Tenn. l-i 3tpl-18 FIG BARS 2 Lb. 25c
THE _-'zt t.
SEEDS that succeed at Whit;';; TIP TOP MARKET '

,FOX COUAPONPhilco We will have full line of gar- MIXED CANDY, Lb. --"lOc
AND den and field seeds for the spring Swift's Picnic Hockless

Radio Atlas price planting.sells.Where'quality tells 11-41 and SEEING TO RUNSIkCTALUs MATCHES 4 boxes 15c HAMS, Pound ___17c

PLACID OM HACINOMCS '
FREE BEEF STEW 3 Lb.u :25c
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typewriter WITHOUT TIME ntOVIO T\IoIiI'"TNI Bf TTM : '

ribbons adding machine ribbons, TlMSj N MOM-tXItTfNT A MOMS. CAN Hi, TIM FASTU HI SALTSBoxeFTOcnCT.SOAPlOfor ] Mixed Hamburger, 2 lbs 25c
AT TMK SOUS MCASUMD
CAN BUN.TMRIt UCOMDt 1tWt SUM (
carbon paper, typewriter paper "
HARTFURNITURE. n TM1 m IH adding machine paper second AVCft IN A QUAATU MILL ,
TH6 SUN AMB KTAM
CO.' sheets on ,sale at, the Bradford MUtLV MVOtVtMOIZOWTAU.Y HENS Fat Pound 15c ,j;
'. WHICH TAUISTFII. 25c ,'. _
I County Telegraph office.' Phone '
.....- '
Breakfast Bacon Lb. :,31cMV
29. U. .
s ..- Certificate for CIINttt w TIll .. ; : :,
'
fOOCO RADIO ATLAS f 5,00 REWARD offend for Information ; Mt.6ItOW. Chili Bricks, Lb -- _T23cLamb >5

;" s to,arrest of TO A '
MAIIZ ____ parties leading who stole Roll-Fast partyor red IIIIGMT o 50 ; I r C Chops, Lb. __...._39c ; ?f
0. Poor Owa A RadIofK CIa 40 AlT..4 3 .
-. with white trim. Bicycle from my y TALL CAN.S.a": .- .
store Wednesdaynight' 'r... J.
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 18,19S1
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7 t l'' : ', '' w.; JJIII'1! FI ;-:: fli!!{ .-L"W e'Mltr BANK ROBBEDJACKSONVILLE I NOTICE} APPLICATION TAX JUKKU' ron-=i
Hints To Housewives
Three un- NOTICE:! Irt IlERhJHV
,; ct. masked and heavily armed bandits Scum Arthur K. SauU. and 11I1'8.'OI\"E'P.
: 1 i, holder of Tax i
1 recently held up the Springfield _2t>, Issued l Certlr"Rtc.! No;"B
6th
t. Weekly from home Demonstration s';"

: FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee 21 LIVE STATE NEWS Bank branch and of the escaped Atlantic with National$4,000. for In A. D.my tax 1 office deed 32. has to and'filed\H"Id issue made\ nunlit'iuf rltf\.Vi',\!'.",."

thereon
The bandits entered the bank, oordance with law. Sitld, It ..'

I Conducted" Demonstration Agents" BITS OF WISDOMOn News of Florida In Short ParagraphsWAGERING lined up employees in the cages popjrty embrace.altuated the following In Hradford c"rUtl".I de.rpllry Cou"

making cake when fresh L.F J and forced three customers to ty. Florida to-wit: Lot O and "", ''VI
: "'
Lot '
40
feet
of 1
of
molasses, and Block U,
milk, buttermilk stand against a wall while they ed South by J. O. Turner Land Hound.,
... -_ i sour milk are lacking, use a cup of L methodically scoped up all the cashin Inicaton, Truby & Comuany'H. Llv.,dh'(
: jl ...... _II :ar- .oiI -"""' M it Into which has been --- --- -.. tlon to Stark. In Went. Half* ,
sauce
apple sight in
They escaped an auto- North-ea of or
. I WITH HIGHER PRICES' I stirred 'a teaspoonful of baking' JUMPS FINANCIAL, CRISIS mobile. Township 6 Quarter, Range Section ZJ tM; 21,'

..I'' ,' RURAL OF MEAT IN PROSPECT soda. Besides being an excellent MIAMI Despite the 19-day TALLAHASSEEComptroller under The the assessment said cetlflcnte of Raid 1..8u.I DrniiL..,/I' wu

HOME CURING URGED substitute, the sauce makes a delicious earlier opening: this year, part mu- J. M. Lee told the state cabinet ON BILLBOARDS In the name of Mr, H. M.! Sisai'l

iI i COMMON SENSE spice cake and without I tuel play this season at Tropical last week that Florida "is facingthe redeemed Unless according said certificate to law. .holl tax. l| ,.L."

,, GAINESVILLE With every- eggs, too.When Park Horse Racing Track here greatest crisis from a financial ST. PETERSBURG-A tax: mea- will Issue thereon on the nth d01 dol'01
: ; t By SPUDS JOIINSON thing indicating that prices for was 14.6 per cent greater than last standpoint In the history of the sure intended eventually to drive February Dllt.J thl., A.6th r>. day 1096.of January. J

; meats are going to be higher dur- spreading butter on sand- winter for the Initial twentyonedays state." Later he declared "some- billboards and roadside signs out D. 5925, .

t i CRITICS IGNORE FACTS Ing 1935 Florida farmers who have wiches or toast, do not try to soft of each meeting. body's going to be without salaries of St. Petersburg was adopted on (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J.) THOMAS

IN ATTACKING PROGRAMFOR hogs on hand would do well to curea en the butler, but heat a silver .--- within twelve months unless some- first reading by the city council Clerk of Circuit Court

i"I "LIVINGATHOME"When good supply of pork for home knife by placing It In boiling wa TO BE ELECTROCUTED thing miraculous happens. Tbat'smy last week. The ordinance pro- 1-11-BJadford County, Florida.

use, says W. J, Sheely, agent in ter. The difficulty Is overcome at TALLAHASSEE-Two negroes prediction." vides for a one cent per square foot

t' supply la In keeping with animal husbandry with the State _once. convicted of the first degree mur- tax on all billboards and signs, to

ft! demand and other economic Conditions Agricultural Extension. T h I B der of Carl Schumann In Jackson- HONEY GOLF BALLSAPALACHICOLA be increased by one cent annuallyfor

4 justify high prices for cash should be done during the next When a recipe calls for sugar ville will be electrocuted at the -A new outlet ten years. The levy starts witha

,; crops, growers of citrus, corn, cotton sixty days, he adds. and flour, instead of moisteningthe Raiford State Prison during the for the famous tupelo honey, minimum tax of $2 which is ex- I

J I' deciduous fruits nuts, tobacco, Recent reports by the federal flour with water or milk, stir week beginning'Monday, January I. produced in vast quantities up and pected to eliminate a great many

,,1 wheat or like products often can government have stated that the flour and sugar together in the 21. down the Apalachicola river valley small signs at once. 5.
\\1' realize enough from the output of' 1934 dry state. Then no lumps will be .
crop of fall pigs in was forty- SAPPOINTMENT has been found. Anthony
' few for all the
\ a acres purchasing eight per cent smaller than that seen. MADE Brothers, who produces more tupelo SPORT CONTRIBUTES MILLION

I foodstuffs and feedstuffs consumed of 1933, and the spring pig crop] GAINESVILLE-Mrs, Elmer W. honey than all the other pro-
In their MIAMI-The sports world
iY! ,;jJ operations. last year was smaller also. With] To clean lettuce is often a nuis- McCreary, fo.jjrter business manager ducers in the valley added together con- VSSs}
) Land that is required for raising tributes approximately a million
j 'yi
high prices for feed crops in the ance, because of tiny green Insects of The Alachua County News, have just sold a cal"load of 45.-
:I these necessities at home not Infrequently and a half dollars to the state of CoutH DROPS'A.dicstod
t i drouth areas and with a continuation or their eggs In it. Turn on haa been officially appointed temporary 000 pounds of their recent crop to ,
least
will give a larger return Florida annually. At twenty
;\ ;i1 of the corn-hog adjustment the cold water faucet slightly, put acting postmaster of a large manufacturer of golf balls. : iagedMeeto
r 'II' under favoring circumstances baseball clubs will locate their
program by the government, the your thumb against It so the Gainesville, succeeding her.hus. I $ tlwVspO.llb....
:! lit,; ', if instead it is planted in I I spring training camps In the state
outlook Is for higher prices for stream squirts with force, ana hold band, the late Elmer W. McCreary. CONTINUE PROBE 01 VIe'd
t P cash Observers who fall :March and tllrosts.
a crop. J during February, April,
both and end in "
hogs pork. each leaf, with the broad geoth'
dig beneath surface Indications fall I WEST PALM BEACH Police Including the eleven big league
"tI': y' I Mr. Sheely says the average the hand, under the water for a HELD'IYNTA.RABLETALLAHASSEE
r I/I! into grievous error when they acv and county authorities' continued clubs who trained here last season
farm needs around 800( it is
, family second. Rinse and ready
few Merry-go-
) i their probe Into the Kettler The-
m.h\, cept that fact as conclusive evidence and several of the minor league 0
r \, pounds of meat for the year. It for the table.Nothing rounds, fortune tellers and other
ater robbery here last
the wisest Monday as total of
respecting procedure teams representing a more
this be cured at home, It
can concessions operated by non-profit
the result of the detention of four
1( 1 than 600 ball players. This num-
in
r means a considerable saving county fair associations to finance
else sweetens vessels' in persons' and two children here last ber smashes all previous records.
y: >?, Significance of the intervening money and it assures the membersof wellas exhibits for the promotion of agriculture ...._
i which milk has been kept so week. A fifth suspect, detained ----
rt' Vr seasons of depression over-prod- the family of having a good -
sup held by the
supreme
a solution of baking soda and earlled yesterday, still is being
!\f; ductlon or related causes for unsatisfactory TO FORECLOSE ON COLLEGE
y \ ply of meat around which to build court
to be untaxable.
J' ',*; returns from cash hot water, in the proportion of a recently held because, police say, he is unable -
the meals.In .
family level teaspoonful to a quart of to explain the source of a BARTOW-Foreclosure proceedI a1
\b these folks In
; good Ignore
V. crops Florida large numbers of
ASKS FOR INSPECTORSTALLAHASSEEGov filed circuit court here
solution standIn ings were in
' I the"liveathome" warm water. Let the large sum of money found on him.
; i
NJ.formulating arguments against farmers are curing meat on cold
Sholtz Southern of Lakeland
the vessels long enough to get against College i
, In these '
' /.IJ program. storage, either In commercial cold. Pudding dishes or pots and has announced he requested the MURDER TRIAL POSTPONED and the Florida Annual Con '
,,{'\I "off years' the shoe Is on the opposite box-
storage plants or in home ice United States Department of Ag- ference of the Methodist
Episcopal
> which have been burned are
l foot to the pans GAINESVILLEJudge H. L.
as comparative es prepared for the purpose. This riculture to assign foqd and drug Church South in inflection with
\ 1 merits of the two easily cleaned this way. has signed order postponing -
practices. Sebring an I
has enabled them to reduce the
inspectors to Florida in an effort -
$325,000 worth of bonds Issued In
double
>f. Farmers who regularly raise all Before leaving cereal in a the murder trial of C S.
and produce better meat.
j spoilage to curb shipment of frozen
of 1023 when the borrowedthat
;t;?i that they can of the products eaten Either brine or dry salt curing boiler over night turn a cup citrus fruits. Dougles, charged with slaying J. L. college
from the Florida National
I': ,ry t by their families' and by their live- i methods may be used with success cold water over it. This will pre % i (Fate) Matthews, from January Bank sum of Jacksonville. The mort-- ::--

r stock have been found the most : Mr, Sheely concludes. vent a hard crust forming on top. NEW PLANT STARTED 1 to February 5. The action was
I 4 prosperous, one year with another. In the morning the water may be taken shortly before Judge Se- gage is against the property on CAPITAL punishment
DUNNELLON. o n structlon whIch the Is located, the
( turned off before the cereal is re- college ]
/J}
Hard times that wreck leas resistant HELPFUL HINTS INTYPICAL bring was to leave for Gardiner
has been started here addi- furniture fixtures' and
on an equipment.
neighbors they are able to TROUBLES heated.To Kansas, to go to the bedside of his for Arson in Athens
tional plant for the preparation of .
M1ic; weather and survive. give frosting a smooth, glossy mother, Mrs. E L. Eaton, who la
It most of the living for the ON FLORIDA FARMS appearance put the frosted cake in "waste pond" phosphate, some seriously ill.SHOLTZ. KEEP STOCK OFF ROADS Tk. .... I. ..rly Alhnii ..... .nonbluM .
.... ,
times referred to as phosphatic le by lh. I. America nni I.>
farm plant workers comes from Sugar beets never have been a warm oven to let the frosting getso TALLAHASSEE-Many members inM b wrarrly I d.Jt ollh by loit.
hot that it will run. clay or Collodlal Phosphate, the ..... Th.ta ee_...from
t} the acres It includes, the curtailed PLEDGES AID of the 1935 legislature are givIng $sr. r
In Florida
grown on a commer- soften coconut for'use latter being a trade-marked name. the toy ... of Ih.. ..... N>lloul f..-
To dry
income of the lean years can be cial basis and State Agricultural TALLAHASSEE Cooperationwith careful thought to legislation .puillia ol policy. p>u,-.llng effirliUMd
y used for upkeep, Investment charges Experiment Station workers doubt In cake frosting steam it in a clean President Roosevelt in "the to keep Florida cattle and hogs iMMinuve oMip..t.., r.*.... I lat
BEANS SELL HIGH
and expenses vitally necessaryin seriously that the crop could be cloth over boiling water. DELRAY maintenance of our forests and the penned from highways, political a.q -

their nature Foreclosures can made profitable here. Indicationsare produce brokers- Local reported growers recently and Industries depending upon them"was observers reported. The questionof An-..a r"b..ewd..._...b1. or a m.k..klytrs000eq .0rtoliul.Enry .

be avoided. numerous, they say that few Sholtz Gives ReviewAt that shipments of string beans promised by governor Dave keeping Florida stock fenced .._will W_ { "Live-at-home" programs fostered areas in Florida have soils well Sholtz. Writing to the President, has for many years been a legislative fc...l 1_ I. the. _...,,- -..
New York
by state and federal farm enough adapted to beets for Halfway Mark reaching today sold on Governor Sholtz said he was giv- sore spot but indications are Mek Srcbminni.to,...-,Mnrttf
sugar
the early market for a top of $13a M.r
q service agencies, accordingly have the successful production of themIn ing "serious thought and consid- that, because of Increasing deathsin --
hamper. An of $11 to
gained ground rapidly amid the financial competition with the sections of average eration" to recommendations he the state due to motor car accidents HAROLD C. WALLINSURANJE
over statewide radio $12 was received for less fancy
K stress of the past. few the country where they are raised Speaking Governor a Dave Sholtz grades. may make to the next Legislatureon caused by cattle, the battle
years. In quantities. I hook-up strengthening the State's for- will be fought to a finish this ses- !:
greatest .
made half hour addressto
They are in accord with the ba- recently a estry laws. sion. STABILE FLORID I
sis of successful agriculture from, While satsumas have been bud- the people of Florida, detailing MAY ATTEND FESTIVAL

the beginning of time--a living ded on "citrus trifoliate, stock in the progress made during the first WINTER HAVEN-The Seventh ti
-\ two of his administration as Annual Florida Festival
from the land for those who occupy North Floridain; considerable years Orange
with chief executive of the state and may be host to Secretary of Ag-
It. quantities and fair success,
p riculture Wallace and Postmaster
Critics who clamor for the policy the State Experiment Station spe- touching upon future problems.In
fir the course of his address the General Farley, John F. May,
that substitutes Instead living cialists do not recommend it for
off the land base their findings on the root systems of grapefruit or Governor stated that there wouldbe president of the festival, announced. OutClimbsOutStarts : [

superficial data. Magazine articles oranges. Objections to the use of no extension of the 60-day legIslative In a communication Repre-
session, that the legislature sentative Peterson Informed festival -
recently appearing have been this rootstock largely have developed -
to down to officials both National offici-
would have
' trifoll get 4
glaring examples of the consequent from the fact that
I and work it has als have desire to
business as never expressed a par-
false ata deciduous believe.
assumptions they,have voic Is they
ed. When limes are to be budded, worked before. ticipate In the event. Represen-
still tative Sears and Wilcox will also
Dave said he
Governor
will applied -
lemon be founda
fy Money spent away from home rough probably
his one yard-stick In all state attend, It Is expected.
for that which can be produced more desirable stock, Inquirers
considerations "Can the State afford .
:
: there almost .invariably Is money have been informed.
.I illy-expended. It? Does the State have INSURANCE BILL, PROPOSED

t Thirteen states in the Union Impose the money to pay for it? .Can TALLAHASSEE Among the .

.; Life insurance was known in taxes on cigarettes for revenue the State get along without It?" I bills the :Florida legislature will "r

England as early as 1696, ; The Governor announced that he be asked to consider at the coming

was Just as much as ever In favorof session-_____ will.q_. he__ the____ Social Security
r. the five and ten dollar auto tag, : Bill for Health Insurance, sponsored -

i free text books for school children by the American Association,

ii and other policies advocated in his Social Security

For Expert ,Repairing campaign when running for election The model bill haa been prepared -

in 1932. I by the association for presentation -
He called attention to the condition i to the legislatures of all

of the treasury at the beginning states providing for an Insurance

I y Smith's H' of hla. administration and at syst"'m under which the great

Garage the close of the second anniversary proportion of those earning less

II of his service. A $2,124,000 deficit than $3.000 a year would be given THE new AEROTYPE CROWN
w existed In state at the
revenues 'essential medical services and partial -

Phone 120 beginning of the first full fiscal i compensation for loss of income ETHYL has the highest antiknock

year At the end of the first year caused by illness.

II Wrecker Service Day or Night the budget was balanced and the -rating ever offered for land service
deficit changed into a surplus of

.. $500.000. a gain of $2.713,000 In the OVt.R.WONERVES motor fuel. Gives full smooth
financial position of the state and Vaporize at lowest temper- ,

that $400,000 In past due obligations .cure-quick hills without knock.
warmuppower on
a ..
; Scientists ,Find<< Fast Wayto inherited by the present ad- minimum choking

ministration had been paid off LOb. .on straightaway...
The school problem, the governor OutPowersComplete

Relieve a ColdAche h:. said, Is one of grave concern, vaporization pro- Judge it only when unmixed withducesaiipowevnodraggng

'" though teachers are now receiving
7.--:

jt rr: and Discomfort Eased Almost Instantly: Now their Attention pay.. was called to the unl- -lei crankca: dilution. other fuel..No. increase in price

for m y*y s t e m of accounting Out-Classes -sells for only two cents a gallon
MOTE"DIMICTIOMS throughout the counties which has
.IOTU..." been established under the direction Has the highest specification more than Crown Gasoline.

of the State Auditor and ever applied to motor '

1 The simple method pictured here is which enables taxpayers of the gasoline.

I the way many doctors now treat state to have a complete detailed
colds and the aches and pain cold accounting.of the cost of operate OutAheadVirtually

bring with them I IIt ing local county government.The lumfree-no
is recognized safe Governor reiterated that the
as a sure
gummy or sticking valves to
a.. --
ti t. Tito t yes Ajpfrhi TabMf, QUICK way. For it will relieve an state needs no new sources of rev- cause Iou of
fiuiw wra SM the.BAYBH ordinary cold almost a* fast a* you enue except those naturally followIng power.
jl+ T.bkt.Y.et.k aW* IIP TO yoor am tnwr werib-
it. and such
caught repeal
prohibition .
IICtW at .high ta.ioa. OutstandingPositively
Ask your doctor about this. And a. may be found necessary to makeup Me wonder tile
at wtts
you snap CROWN
I \
:::: when you buy be lure that you get losses accruing from the adoption sad bark at the eh1Jdr.s. NEW fuel-un.

the real BAYER Aspirin Tablet. of the homestead exemption i w.t e It pott Orwrertsdass lib and amazingly superior

'_ They dissolve (disintegrate) almost amendment.He may zed to .... to any gasoline heretofore

rIt instantly. And thus work almost ink termed the citrus industry of. ass, Nervoos Headache. NiMMlndlKestioa ... old.

t pp tantly when you take them. And great importance to the state and i sad a boat ..
for a gargle Genuine Bayer AspirinS proposed that beneficial legislation .eater '

Tablets disintegrate with speed and favorable to the majority of growers 1tf wb.....S.you :2.1S3? ETHYL
completeness, leaving no irritating
t 2.--:filii"" ..--........ particles or grittiness.r be.enacted. The Governor recently hat MM to a _half clue ewmtarasakas <
'" at a-. played an important partIn ....... spsatk.
BAYER Aspirin prices have been bringing peace to the citrus industry ... drink delightfully soothtaaj
decisively reduced on all sues, so by calling hostile factions .. OVW LUd BOTTMT
1 there's no point now in accepting FOR YOUR MOTOR
1_ together for a conference which resulted Dr. Mnea NerrfaM h MVaa
other than the real Bayer article you' in an agreement by which ... two fonaa-Uqfeld aarf

A want. Secretary Wallace renewed the 1l .rs..esat. Tablet. Belt *....
agricultural -
adjustment admlniatra- ... .... -..... ...ree&.

NOW tlon 1M u ,.., line afrr0
marketing control over FlorIda -

citrus fruits, which was being STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED
held to the detriment
up of the .
/15 entire industry, r 7/t, / } 'I t

l(' :a.L r .Y .. --c"I: ( ''Il\r"\I!

fill_.:: --.;:; I Placn.. C.a.11.. .....AgMsa There are 217 Federal Indian / : f, .IN KENTUCKY,
-
*ttnlt* fe4Me4 ee All 3s.n reservations in the United States, i .





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JANUARY 18 1935: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKB FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN!

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CHURCH DIRECTORY I, I''V LD RESIDENT DlES-- Kate Weeks Sparkman; two children

Baptist;; BEHIND I C. R. Sparkman. 74, prominent C. C. Sparkman and Mrs.
First Church merchant of Waldo, died at his Maude Wesley of Waldo; a brother .
r,..v. C. B. Price, Pastor 'II The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures home there early Saturday night F. M. Sparkman rf Brooka-

day School-10.00: a. m. the nfter a short Illness. ville; two sisters, Mrs. Jce! Wynn (

ruing: Worship-11'00: a. m. of Tampa and Mrs. Sarah Kite of "
The Iiial.le" of N saes r ----- rarwr Mr. Sparkman was a native and
P. U.-6:15: p. m. Windsor. ,
Br. State Capital lifelong ircldcnt: of Waldo! and: was
Worship-7:30: p. m.
erring Week Prayer Service-7:30: III.:::. ED one of Alachua County's leading
?, :.h I + and best knov residents.: IFYOOO j
i ,. OSCAR JOHNSON S Funeral services were held Sun-
Invited to all our serv-
u; are and KENT WATSONTALLAHASSEE day afternoon at three o'clock at

the Waldo Baptist Church with

Interment following In Waldo cemetery BREATH HAS
Methoaist Churchv. Little luck 7
A
B. M. Montgomery Pastor. has attended the purpose of the r 7 .

-.- day School-10 a. m. last legislature to bring about con- __ Survivors are his widow Mrs. '
flornlnfj Worship-11 a. m. solidations of Junior High Schools j A SMELL YOUCAN'T j
6:45 I ,,, red baby son three miles, In order to
..worth League- : p. m. in at least fifteen Instances. The f
venmff Worship-7:30 p. m. Uniform School law adopted by attend class we cannot but feel a i

fou are Invited to all these aerv- the 1933 session carried this dictum glow of appreciation for such true FEEL WELL

but so far as known there patriotism. And we go on with I
has been renewed strength, and a certaintythat WWo. wo ..* too __h. oar loot' deuajev
not .
single
a merger ....
... .
Presbyterian Church: it Is worth while to our Oar frloado tha
The answer is local politics Ii help pees,. eoanlac eo* .. our Broth and wit M
pv. H. Lowry Minister y citizens. .... _
George Plan offers as a worthy ambthon. } such had braM We foal poI of tfcMr
m.-Sabbath SchooL d.all" .. our body. It .lrn By >
3.00: a. but there seems little chance for Will you not do your part? Jan- ......f.. ...... and no toed for anytbtao>
1:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; any action In this direction in spite uary will decide whether the Adult Wtat u.. food daomy te the bowolet
.non by the pastor. Schools continue In this County.We W.... wlMM WO ... too .wen OUT h.U
of the state of school finances.
30 m.-.Junlor Christian En- '1..s.n't din* ... what U tb. bits Julml
$ p. need everybody's help. Join us I II to UM MOM vital dlmtivo' Jules IB *m
vor. now, attend regularly and aid us In body. Ualw. I plM of M w Aowlnc from
of counties sue Hvor tam our bow labmrd bar 07,
1:30: p. m.-Evenlng' Worship. A number are put- otnM
solving our most vexing problem- urowr.ub tae and .onsdpstd
ting up much less money for Have a car? ... 01 ..... food -,.. Ir oar W f..4t
transportation
| you . ...
school purposes than the state Is ".. .1.. Tbla doeay poloon aueti
i Tell your neighbors you are comIng Ioe4F s.rrp.ls t.hupa
extending for pay of teachers and In to class and I know from ex- Who onr fri...... am.U sap had Vaal*
bus transportation This was will welcome the (but wo don't) and wo fel like a whlmdtnroeat.
; perience they don't noe S mouthwaih or aha s
gnJ2N: strikingly revealed the other day chance to share the expense with IaJUOtl_ Oot at the _.. Take ..--'l
1 when a delegation of Okaloosa It Uttlo Uor Pill wbleh t.nay. Mart the
Here you. They are doing now "
oamotMa
Bow of nor Mlo jut< But It "
and members of
County educators wherever they have the chance. bettor* to' offered you doa't bur ii. tot
And Hereafter the school board sought a confer. i The adult Classes started their It may be a coJom4 .mercury. ) the sill. wbuloowne
Uoth. "ailtee and toajile rat ar
with the State Board of Ed-
1 ence membership and attendance campaign IB many. People. Ask for Carter1 Uukt
F ucation Spokesmen admitted them to make by Borne and sot vbot. BOB
Monday. Help
[he writer has been engaged In that the county general school levy ssuikmfaz15f.. O'.M.OJXo.
It a success and you help them to
ingellatlc work for a great many provided only $10,000 and that special I serve you and your communitymore '

rs. Under the spell of convlc- school district levies provided fully.A DON'T GET UP NIGHTS

n which comes upon audiences another $10,000 a total of $21- '
enrollment .. .
larger means more 1. > Juniper Oil llurhn l. n e fete ;
ere the old time gospel Is 000 as against $ 4,600 received Th. Fall of Jeru..lem.--.lOllah not only renewed the covenant of the Lord but tlestroyeu iuol- teachers. More teachers mean Flush out excess acids and 1 waste

cached I have had many mend from the state for school purposes. atry in Judah and kept a most solemn paseover. lie put away witches and all abominations that he more educational opportunities. Abutter mutter net rid ut bladder Irrlta- .,

women confess various kinds It was also admitted that there had might perform the words of the book of the law. "Notwithstanding the Lord turned not from the fierceness I attendance means closer lion that CIIIIMVH waking up freiliiont -

sins. They have confessed murr been a fifty per cent general cut of His great wrath wherewith His anger was kindled against Judah because of all the provocatiorthat I community cooperation.Take desire. scanty. I flow, burning

idolatry lying and every sin In assessments against real estatein Manasseh had provoked Him withal. And the Lord said, 1 will remove Judah also out of my tight this definite step toward and liarkucli. !Make this 3Ho tot. '

Ich can possibly be conceived the past year. The Governor as I have removed Israel and will cast off this city Jerusalem which I have chosen, and the house of your Individual practice of an active Hat juniper oil, biichu Ivavoi, *to., In ::

cept one sin. I have never heardn asked If the delegation thoughtthat which I said, My name shall be there."-II Kings 23: 26-27. "And it came to >a.a In the ninth year of patriotism now! Let UII put little wiHcn tablsls l l culled HuketB. \

woman or child confess the the county was doing all that hit reign, in the tenth month in the tenth day of the month that Nebuchaluar., king o* Fabylon. these campaigns across with a I the liliitlilnr laxative, In four day

i of covetousness, yet there Is could be done In behalf of schools. : came, he, and all his host, against Jerusalem and pitched against it; and they lilt forts a&8' It round bang! If not iiloitHKd your ilnurKtit will r*.

sin of which the human races I about."-II Kings 251 1. Famine compelled the Israelites to surrender and Jeru,-'->m fell wlulo the chil- Yours truly. turn your 85e. Mlltlioll'u DrugStore

been more guilty. I seriouslybt Those who listen to the most recent dren of Israel were made captives. This illustration Is from Matthew Merlan's sty of the Bible in plo- Gwendolyn Bu<1<1ln&'ton. .
In all noravnti In 162ft.niinmriii .
if any human being claims of candidates for aura

l history of the world ever lIv- speaker of the house are Impressedwith nnim r: : I'> ,.I'....lit.,t mwiirti I 'i
completely free his entire life of demands for sums approximating Interest In one's well being and
the fact that according to AMAZE A MINUTESCIENTIRACI'S
[ this sin. fifty million dollars which the that of his neighbor-to be a good !
their figures there must be 109 TheLetter'
assembly will be asked to pro- follower as a good leader? It "
members of that branch of the assembly BY ARNOLD
Amid the thunder and lightning vide. does. .And from good followerswe .R
as against the ninety-five
l Mount Sinai when God gave thejmmandments BoxStarke draw out great leaders. S
elected under the law One can- Si
to Moses He made But what has all this to do with '
didate is claiming fifty-three An income tax which could 'I
covet" of the our active of ?
not one practice patriotism
hou shalt .
pledges. another forty-two and the only be made operative by amend-
where At this shall HEAVY LIFTING GAS/ '
We read In the Bible Flu. present writing we
third fourteen Fifty-three is ing the constitutional prohibition
classes the sin of covetous- Jan. 14, 1935. make but one suggestion. THE THREE MILLION FUT O*
enough to elect and if one aspirant against such levy an operation
Idolatry Editor Through the planning of the National MYOROOCN REQUIRED TO INFLATi ,
sa with whoremongery. Telegraph,
has that number safely In the which would take at least two
to be the Government we have in THE GRAF ZEPPELIN
It
Dear Sir
murder. seems
id bag, he will be the next speakerby years to put Into effect .. an increase ; .
st subtle of all sins because of- Active Patriotism Bradford County the means of developing IIIfIIC'oKS >9 TON. +
a margin of a single vote. Any In the tax on Intangiblesfrom
the most good followers and lea.d-I
..j the ones who are further contest by his two oppon- two to five per cent an There has been much talk during \
the most unconscious of ers.-The Adult School at Starke'
lllty are ents would be useless, but his opponents Increased Insurance tax boost- this depression of the need for active
The sin of covetous- and at Brooker.
jelr guilty. don't see It that way ing the tax on utility consumption patriotism In time of peace all
wrecked homes, damnedties These, the Government has made
ess has They are still plugging, certain a sales tax are about the well as In time of war. To this
and possible.
overthrown kingdoms, that no candidate has as yet a only possible hopes for Increased we all agree. But-how are we

stroyed empires. The sin of cov- majority of pledges. revenues, and it is estimated that. to put this maxim Into active per- Now Is the time ror Individual ,
ousness turned Judas Into a tral- practical patriotism. As In war I
If each of these possibilities should I sonal practice?
r and handed his name down toBl we would give out lives and thoseof
be to the limit more /
board no
,
Just how far the budget pursued To answer this question we have
I generations as a synonym of our loved ones unto death, so ;
may go In the direction of recom- than an additional $15.000,000 in to consider what patriotism Is. ,FA
Krerlaatlng obloquy. It was then In time of should not
I peace we give
salaries at the outside couldbe =:
mending restoration of revenues, very Wlnsted says, "a love of one's -
of covetousness which made raised And it would takea our life unto a more perfect living -
sharply slashed all down the line country. In time of war the Individual -
manias and Saphira lie to the It is to most of these sources ,What greater patriotism la
last session la not known year get gives himself':"" hia life If'
|oly Ghost. It was the sin of cov- there than this T That we so live ,
Therefore little relief -
of known, however that many requests functioning need be to prove his love for his '
which soiled the name that our community Is a better
lousness for increases have been could be expected !In the next .
.avid, the man after God's own made to salaries of supreme twelve months. k ,.." country.But place for our being? And what NOM!
( art. It is the sin of covetous- up In this present depressionour better way to achieve this than FOR CATS

.iss In the lives of men which court members from $6,000 to $8- Country has given to the In- through the more perfect development -i TMIRK ABI ABOUT

ems to blind them to everything 500, the pay before the 1933 cut Florida has done little building dividual. Its attempt to change of our abilities? ZS.-OOO.OOO; CATS

bat Is noblest and best. It la re- Cabinet officers may also favor In recent years It now comesto this is expresHed In the President's Now I ask you have you been IN TMi U.S./MORI, THAN \

fconslble for wars, for the trampg their pay being put back to the light that the Supreme Court message to Congress. He says, considering attending the adult ONI FOR tYlY FIVt PlOPlt. ,

of armies and the flowing ofT 1933 level,- asking 6000. building is Inadequate ; Another "The federal government must class? Have you, at any time, felt '1

| e blood on the battlefields of the -State story Is really needed Court and shall quit this buutness of relief the need of a more complete edu- ee! -l I

rlil. The sin of covetousness Is Comptroller Lee, Treasurer shares the building with .the railroad ," and backs this principle with cation? Then, show your love for \

ore or less connected with all Knott and Governor Sholtr were commission, a quasi judicial sound argument. In other words your country by taking advantageof \
lastyear's
her sins of which men are guilty. stunned when advised by body But there la little chance the local community must accepta this opportunity which she gives TNI MUftCLB "

1 save us from this terrible sin! depositories of state monies that any Improvement of this kind greater share of responsibility to you to give yourself to a fuller' CATtRPlUAB "
that the rate of interest on state will be attempted for at least several the individual.If life. a A CATIRPILIAR

WILLIAM W. BAISDEN deposits would be reduced from years, if then Justices will then, the local community Is That this Is a truE act of patriot. d HAS 4.0OQ MUtUI,
one to one-half per cent per annum TIN TIMtS
MORE
era I services for William \t'. have to content themselves with to accept greater responsibility Ism Incurring sacrifice and efforton A
It was a new year's greet- THAN A MAN.I .
laden 37, claim agent for the ing which they did not expect the present "cubby holes" they we need community leaders and your part la truly appreciatedby r J

aboard Air Line Railway who Time was when state deposits now occupy. intelligent followers. those In charge of these clusnea -

d early Friday night at his drew thre percent Interest Have you ever considered thatIt When, after a hard days work, a.- ,

ime, were held at the family res- This has been cut from time to Numbers of tax assessors not takes as much manhood and men walk three miles, or ride a ,.1'' G i I"(

nce at 2624 Riverside Aevenue, time until now the interest rate members of the steering committee womanhod much patriotism mule five, and a mother brings her ... .. .- I ,ii'I '

ckaonville? Sunday afternoon ato has reached the vanishing point of the state association came

o'clock, with the Rev. J L. Florida's average deposit with to Tallahassee last week to con- I .,I .1 .. vvv, STRIKE UP THE BAND .' ';"V j. ''I' \
baser, pastor of the Riverside banks from all funds Is estimatedto fer with Comptroller- Lee regarding -

ptlst Church, officiating. be $5.000,000 One per cent operation of the Homestead : N

following the service the body Interest would provide Increased Exemption Amendment. They "44'.I..tt' .>t. -iY" :;; ;: y fir; z

Its brought here for burial with revenue of $50,000: per year heard Governor Sholtz and Attor- !,'fi,; Jf,".>:w- ," <. I.f I '' ''''f' f+. / .

erment taking place In the fam- Thus the slash to one half of one ney General present views and explain j'; :':J, j.: .> 'i>> :,,,, f;. 4t. ,-:. .

plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. per cent cuts $25,000 deep Theyare the laws governing taxation K.y,, <"$ '" ot ,t "' ;)"(" 'J" I v1'X

(:Mr. Ba.lsden, a native of Starked trying to do something about and also the exemption amendment ; ;. / ,.,, : 'i ;:r;;;"" ,:;"k"" ...'((!v.> ,' ,

been conected with the Sea- It but. and but-the banks now Any suggestions as to 'c -' ,

ard for the past twenty-two have more money than they can uniformity of assessment or a s, 'J!< i :

irs. He was fatally Injured on use with safety.Legislators general upping of assessments on t F

night of December 19, when properties not now exempt fell ) ,*'i

automobile skidded and turneder will have before more or lean on deaf ears. Al- ..
,
near Lacrosse. though the sessions were behind _
them the five point program of the ,- njft1
He la survived by his widow. real estate boards of Florida((1)) closed doors, it waa generally understood 7v

s. Jessie Mae Baisden, and three broadening and clarifying provisions there existed little sympathy .

jlldren, Georgia Rose and Mar- of homestead amendment ((2) among them toward any :

Jean all of Jacksonville his abolition of all real estate tax for raising of assessments. i.f

er. O. W. Baladen, of Starke; state purposes) (which means that i d'
rother, George Baisden of Jack- 'l'J1 ,
about $2,400,000 now being collected State Board of Health Is askingfor '
bvlllef two sisters Miss Lucia by the state from real estate $55,797: Increase In annual appropriations "
|laden of Jacksonville and
Mrs. levies for pensions, support of pe- During the two
in McCabe of Philadelphia. nal Institutions. $400,000 for years ending next June 30, the

onorary pallbearers were F. H.ant schools, about $120,000 for free health department has been getting 1X

W. A. Hutson, H. M. Sel- text books., $200,000 for health etc. along with $80.000 a year q

O. L. Hurley J. Culpepper, will have to come from some oth- It now want $138,400. Moat of

fS.. Cannon. S. R. Brittingham er source ((3) State financing of the Increase would expand nursing
0.. Dorman J. S. Barnard and
the entire public school system service communicable diseases and
A. Ellis; Active, W. P. Randall, now costing about $13,000,000 ((4) aid to county health units Some

er D.Wells. George V, T. Dow state maintenance of all county few salaries are' asked to be in- 1'r j 4 1.
ar O. Walters J. P. Derham
roads and stretches of city thoroughfares creased To be noted 1 Is a suggestion
.J. C. Carter all of Jackson-
which can be classed as that the salary of District 3

a part of the state highway system Health Officer Leland H. Dame, of l

an item estimated to be Inverness be reduced from $2.400 ,

BIBLE STUDYere about, $8,000,000 ((5) wider pow- to $1,800 per year .. Dame was a q

b will be a Bible Study Class ers to state board of administration candidate for state health officer ;

ucted at China Grove Bap- In the adjustment of defaulted vice Henry Hanson present acting '; % I t>

i Church each evening at 7:30: bond debt by use of debt service state health officer.

|ng this week. The class will funds now allocated to the coun- .

trusted by Elder J. T. Barnes ties by the state from three cents MRS.' WILLIE; LEE PADGETT ,w
| aU...* are Interested In the to the gasoline tax. {

of 1...... are cordially invited Funeral services were held at ,
tend. In the business -,- -- .
Those engaged Dedan Cemetery Tuesday after- k
ere will also be a song service of selling .aaollnthat Is to say noon at three o'clock for Mrs. Willie A social event which !/expect.lid oat the country. More than four City. Left to right Laura ty cents of every dollar raised ,
million and important -. Brown. Lucretla Osborn. Ports this will be retained by local >> f"t.
evening In addition to the the larger distributing organizations Lee Padgett, wife of L. C. Pad- to mate the recent English person every year ty
orchestra' la the country Tarhune and Pamela Prim, communities to
Jar study period, and on Sun- -will ask the legislature to gett of the Brooker section who royal wedding seem like a gar pop .
are expected to take part. Above nlar member of New York'syounger Infantile paralysis victims. -I 1
January 2U at 2:00: o'clock cut down the tax on gasoline, that died here at the Marti hospital den party ,will mbraee more (center) I* a typical BirthdayBall set. Vpper left some per cent will be 'turned over to j,0', ,

the Bradford County SingConvention the present levy of 8 1-8 cents 1 early Tuesday morning, after a than 1,100 American cornmeal Catherine, assembled under of the Infantile paralysis) via, Birthday Ball Commission for Infantile 1.;;

j will meet with u.. and 1-8 cents of which goes to the brief Illness. tie on the) night of January at, the auspices of GOT. Alt M. Lea- lima who will benefit by the par- Paralysis Research appointed ,71.0

btch also all are Invited. federal government, is conflsca- Mrs. Padgett was a daughter of won the entire vatloa will, celebrate don of Kansas at Kansas City tie*. The girl pictured her. by tie President and vn.. ;;1.(

Signed: tory Thus In the face of increasing the late J. H. Kelly and beside President Roosevelt' last year. Insert (Bpper right) hospital attaches, were stricken der the chairmanship of Oil. .It'
I New York social reclatrite with 1I1-co-workers: during their Henry I who i. also }
ARCH PRCVATT. demand that an taxes betaken ber husband she I* survived flfty-fhlr blrtfeday anniversarywith son i Doherty ; f
by dance for the basalt of In laying plan for the Waldorf Ae- herole fight against the resent i national chairman of-In*. ItSS/ .Mit
Committee. oft real estate and la face Mveul brother and U&Ujra. 4etu SMtralrsls. vletttM.throVKfc torts Birthday Ball la. New.York epidemic' I* Lo-Angeles.l Sere** i IUltlrda Batt', ":""'" -- -,,.. *,:
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i y, Bradf : LOOKING light of AHEAD recent develop- Maybe 'You'veHear" [ ODD --- BUT TRUE =

in the uses to which' the low ]
tree might be put, who

-,-- how many dollars go up In It But .
every time I the woods, are ,
Pubiished'
Weekly i

Matter at ? already been.aeraonstrat- .
I _- -. .--. ,- pine tree pulp can be used Simple Solution TUt MOST FAMOUS '
E. L. Matthews_ manufacture of newsprint One objection to the Townsend
\ and several weeks came Plan of old age pensions Is that \
v .. __ ago
that synthetic giving $200 month to every person -
yarn can be made from 'over sixty- years of age upon I IN TAT WORLD ARC

:''I',' ,Yearly, $1.50; : slash pine. This discov- the condition that he retires from tri I ALL MEN
I accompanied by the active work would remove the Incentive -
that it Is possible that for people to. work and
,:. forests of the South can be save in their youth. We would be-
:' Strawberry to clothe the world." come a nation of spendthrifts the au ?%g. C)
'
rt,, :, editorial in the De objectors say and no longer wouldwe CaMT NMtt rS
Press stated that world know the value of a hard- nine arPa 1aD
; J i3 Get ready for of rayon has increased earned dollar.: r 7aoalDa!'
; '
'i"! ) since 1920 while natural fi- Of course, there are other and

"i ., t One have simply been hold- more serious objections to the
own. plan. If tha..above were the on-
I' ",3 r Free Press concludes its ly grounds for complaint we would
!'" A Life might be by saying, "The South be in favor of Congress passing
1 don't break a wealth of slash pine and if I the Townsend Plan tomorrow, for, r..aw,4r 1 1l
; I
:t turn it into serviceable to our mind, the idea of thrift be- 4 ,
M r :' material, acceptable to the ing a virtue is purely, arbitrary. l .l
11 ; ;l Well, at least another source of income Since time began little boys and
available to a section of girls have had thrift drummed Into
;\\'Ii\\! : because they have
'' I '::11 I that has long suffered their heads because parents knewIt f
t ,Ito I of diversification." was the best thing for them un-
; Once more : opening of thin new source der existing economic conditions. Htftt I
IN vaRwt ,,,,
I \ we got to would mean much to the The little cave-boy was told to savea
i;; go in this of JOMNIt, 't *pARTeO! RUROPB "+
part part,of his dinosaur rib becauseIt IN ,
where each section has was extremely uncertain when 'TOM88TONls x-
s ,..,
1 1 Libby pet money crop which, un- and where he would get another. MRS SMITH \MULCONTINUt wewOtCOM 6oMETIMtSi
'a: tune with a mere often fails to bring in The modern boy Is told to save a TO
;; cash to tide the growers part of his dollar so he'can go AN r9trltlullaaDni
I'' fi{; the next season. away to school and get to be a AT plueRTttltrta
' Add similes: Important thing now Is fifth vice-president l like his father. TKI ,AKWLOCATION lItT01UM w '
Amelia Earhart landowners see far enough But if everybody wall compelled
!v \\f to replant trees where the by law to spend $200 a month and r ,
become barren and to pro- knew there wall plenty more whereit ,- ; HEM Mil MANY MAU. ca.m
, W"; Life is a trees that they already I came from-thrift would soon OK WOQ.\'O YDYACI4< '
i, hard time making cease to be a virtue. Parents and ': 'tbbal'i80P. % TMKT A FtM
,, teachers would be forced to begin 'tINt' MO HML&UY OAR.CDTH VRtitoW '
AND DISGRACE Instilling a new moral code extol- ( 1\t D O. HOMft PORT
An editor the last week In Decem- ling the virtue of spending moneyas .
4 advertising crowds manufacturer died in fast as it is accumulated. ',We .- ,
N. Y. Nothing par would become a nation of spend mann's later writings. While Which I require the most.
startling in that. The thrifts, but what of it? What pos- there were many similarities there I
The Lakeland come for everyone be he sible excuse could be have for sav- were also many dissimilarities and I 'From Other PensA' But all the scientists insist
spinning wheels, or candlestick ing our money, we'll let the experts tell you which This course is most unsound
,,
What brought attention Of course as we said before> outweighed the other. 'Another For many vitamins exist
sp of this man was the there are plenty of other argu- paper allowed Its, reporters to I HOME MAY BE EITHER Which have not yet been found.
Why do they made by him some time ments against the Townsend Plan. make statement"laying whetheror If I take "B" inside a bun,
the time there is "It is a disgrace to die These have to. do with per cents not they considered Hauptmann An inspiration or an 'agitationA ,Dr "D"' ,wrapped in a pill
} and decimal points and total national guilty. This seems to be a new dream or a nightmare.A Some new and undiscovered cure
t FyY name had Incomes and we don't know low In something or other because haven of rest or a whirlpool of May serve me better,still.
The Duchess by the ):Senate, :Muni anything about them.. even editors should not'take it upon dissatisfaction.! '
presents. We as one of the themselves to try 'a case that A center of cheer or a dumping Though vitamins are all the rageI
who had mll1lon-dol-1 Speed At MidnightIt Is being very well taken Care of In ground for grouches look on them askance;
in the years preceding I seems thatat, least half of the the courtroom, much less' allow A sunbeam in a sorry world or a In this experimental stage
p Now that expressed himself as be- : town,was awakened( Sunday night reporters to have this"privilege. A thundercloud in a,summer sky. One runs a dreadful chance.
haps the better and mortified" be (for early Monday morning), by the third paper tellsus that we'd be A place where children may,do Suppose I concentrate on "G":
u name Was,Included. terrific driving act that was puton surprised at the fan mall receivedby or where they must don't.A When "M's": the one I need.
you. to the committee: "It I by some unknown motorist up Mrs. Hauptmann and that the place to flee to or a place to The consequent results to. me
i I am sure, a source of sat- and down the "main city streets. defense counsel spent $600 on flee from.A :Might dreadful be Indeed.
The Atlanta for you to know that each The car would get up almost un- beauty treatments for her before fertile feel of growth or a des
principal has dwindled belleveable speed between corners the trial began. We note,however, ert of stagnation So I must go extremely slow,
To Be A Law. expenses gifts and use of and the screeching of brakes could that she has not become a plat- ,But any home, be it high or No error must I make
; for it. Increasing x x x at the be heard from 'one end of town to nlum blonde yet. and since there bumble, Is exactly what you makeit. Until I positively know
going if I live five years, the other. One of this column's are three women on the Jury, It ., -Unknown What vitamin to take.
The probably be pretty near special reporters says that he probably wouldn't do her lany, good And when that happy day appears -
a : passion started--nil.. started to get but of bed and fol- anyway. AN ALPHABETICAL PUZZLE
more discomfort to Day"0..man who dies, rich dies low the wild car1; around because he Ita blessings I shall miss,
,, attacks. ," he concluded. I was quite sure that sooner or later Hunger pangs can be staved I know what vitamins to take ,-For. I'll have been for many year
k J ', original thought that Is I the driver*would'hit something and off merely by taking: something For many of my ills; Some otherwhere than tins
to us by this manufactur- 'there would bfe a fine scoop for bitter In the mouth, while a sweet When suffering from stomach ache Tampa ,Daily Times.
Headline in but one which is not the paper. Our reporter changed taste is the most effective aid to Or shuddering with chills '
Post In Coca Cola. to capture the imagin his mind, however,'when it occur- digestion according to a College I,call my loving helpmeet in Pure water will boll at the sea
'; of the American people red to. him that he might be the university professor To make a bit of toast level at 212 .degrees F... and on
anyway. too long been taught to very thing the driver would hit. And with it eat the vitamin Pike's Peak at. 186 degrees.
the opposite school of
Apologize
Don't } that it is a disgrace to We
Members of ,tie Pea Soup Club
'!s .his car is. Perhaps ;
Is that the man who are a little upset because the name
4 his tag yet., more money, than he of their exclusive organisation ap-
YOUR I
to- do with leaves evi- peared In thlfl,,cplumn-It seems WHEELSGet
:They used to he has neglected a'lot that it was ,supposed to be a secret =-
that would have been the 'na.me and,. we spoiled every-
;' tleman at court- giving him real satisfac- thing. We, of course offer our
. tion attendant. : satisfaction,than could moat humble apologies and promise I
; watching the black and In the future to admonish our i Get 4Z % More
in his bank book spies not to A>>e ,,quite so diligentin """' _. ..... J
( It's pretty hard ferreting out,the names of secret --- II

r... velt's' budget -- -- ,organizations.Two .... Non -Skid Mileage
LEGISLATION .- .
1&& check every week.
'Of. Us Now
members of the'1035 leg- : '
1 are already giving 'care- ..,Itrwas comforting this week to : No Extra' Cost
w A crooner, to legislation to keep discover that we were not com-
i while facing the cattle and hogs 'penned pletely alone !laour adverse opinion -
which matter is al ',,of "Magnificent Obsession" "G-3" when
need
for him after that. REMEMBER you
to come up at the We were stopped the other day on
session. the street _"I don't know whether come see these sensationalnew

Some diseases of keeping Florida you wrote that paragraph about Goodyears. After taking the toughest
has for many years Magnificent Obsession .or not." kind of punishment
,(I'' perature. This legislative sore spot but our stopper began and we grittedour on test cars, G3'sare
crumbs in bed with are that because of id- teeth and prepared for a good making history today in public use--
raking over the.,coals "but that proving further "
a deaths In the state caused ,that 43% more nonslddml1eal1e"
running Into. cat- was my opinion exactly," our
ar Why not place highways the battle friend for life continued. "It left a is fact not claim. Don't buy

I t railroad crossing! to a. finish at this. bad taste in my,mouth." tires before you let us tell you all about

just one more thing legislation has usually, Five-Star the wonderful new G-3 ..AllWeather.StosYol .

by small county I It isn't often that we have an

The days are ., In whose territories opportunity torecommend a pic-
a neighbor's' chickens cattle interests. It Is ture show before It arrives at the GOOD
,f EAR
such legislation would be local theatre.r.We.did see "Love
I scratch: up your and expense Time,a while back however and I
4 owners who would be now that it Uf coming; here next
': Every do a great amount'' of week we take pleasure in giving it Quicker!,
j year order to keep their stock this department's four stars (oh,
a -4' for men's clothes However, when hu- make It five stars-hang;: the ex- S,400'.t p teats
!; ing the same'blacks are at stake all other pense): And don't let the fact proveotbernewtires
.. lose" their import- that it is based on the life of Frans tilde 14 SEE OUR,
Schubert scare you away. There %,
{'4' Reports have it --o--i -- ll. Just enough music to make you to 19% farther 1r
feet., Can it be SCORE ONE 'want more. than new G-3's LKotiMGuirulM
y we live In America We with deep-cut!
? i .(native of Scotland to think that we are Papers,Go Wild nonskidblocks 1
*t. and smartest folks I We bought one or two New York IN THE IoGIYEU .PEE.IY PRICESON
Every time we' and that the people of newspapers this. week and as we ,
l, are poor dullards suspected they were going hog CENTER.
wards' everybody, wild over the Lindbergh kidnaping; UOozt 4.75-19
a gets right In your in their slow Eastern trial Three and four full pages -
ralPLK, OUAMANTII
4 Chinese have hit upon a every day with the complete testimony Skid Sjfoty $5:50: $6:40CoflterNoa : BATTERIESRegister
a.' will eliminate a lot -what we get here is only a 1. A..intt re.4........*.
l4 :!; So far as can arguments decrease i smattering -:"and pictures of *.A....H defects *..,.... atLow b.00.19'S_ .tb18t.
{i.E gave the United tear on Jagged nerves Hauptmann in 'every conceivable Our .... versnteo. and Cost ,
.
i saxophone.;- up things generally in pose and 110m. that you never Ph.. ....,nS .enric. .$ .10 $7.50
country of theirs would think o.t One paper took _
,
t of the war debts.
11.. Rail up almost a P Juclng
,.a ttI r, decreed that height magnified pictures ot luttera taken .'f" -... .
) The Sebring I determine whether a from the kidnap notes and Haupt- '
entitled to ride its : : ,.
on Motor
good people up in half frre., Today Chi years of age and ride at half fare. :: > :Co.

they claimed the carry rulers. Chil- All others are "adults"-birth certificates :
k' two and a half feet ,''i ''
.church cfumes on are cherubic smiles and short : :
less than four ;years of pants to the ;. t BROAD SERVICECALL
e '1:: ed with: ."If these free. Those measur contrary, notwlthlUndlng. 103

;;k fJ hymna,of the )y two and a half feet 'This stroke of genius places the STARKE FLA."J
playing "Oh Happy feet four 'inches are Chinese several years ahead of us .
rated between, four. "and twelve, : =at least la one.respect.
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5ii' 1 PAGE EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TBUBOBATH. 8TAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, IDS!, '
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;i ';' ;: 6 Bradford County Telegraph monte In the In LOOKING the light uses pf.to>AHEAD recent which develop-the low- f Ij Maybe You've t-- ODD -= BUT TRUE 1:

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i, .. Established 1877hublisheef ly pine ,,tre., might be put,: who
\ .- -. --. .. knows how. many dollars go up In Heard It But
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class smoke every time the woods, are rre e i

: 'j'' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida burned It has already been demonstrated
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: that pine tree pulp can be used Simple Solution 1IIOST FAMOUS
; ::1 4I', E. L. Matthews_____________________Editor and Owner in the manufacture of newsprint One objection': the Townsend
,6 paper and several weeks ago came I Plan of old age pensions Is that C @
the announcement that synthetic aIvlug200"lUDonth to every person -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE
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silken -yarn can be made from over sixty years of age upon
a Yearly, $1.50SIJ; : Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Southern slash pine. This discovery the condition that he retires from ALL MIN"

Advertising; Rates on Application was accompanied by the active work' would remove the In-
-----... --.---- statement that It is possible that centive for' '''people to work and .
"the forests of the South can be save In their youth. We would be- '
1 Strawberry bushes look berry good.o made to clothe the world." come a nation of spendthrifts, the eu ragt- 4rCISr1

? A recent. editorial In the Detroit objectors say and no longer wouldwe _____ /tc4U 4111ual
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.. know thE value of a hard-
'& I'" Free Press stated that world MV MA,
I', Get ready for the President's Birthday Ball. production of rayon has Increased earned dolW. aD moons"
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o : tenfold since 1D20 while natural fibre Of course:: there are other and

'ss z One newspaper refers to the state as "Hueysiana." textiles have simply been holdIng more serious'objections to the lth

d their own. plan. If-the,; above were the only /
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Life might be just a bowl of cherries, but be careful you comment by saying, "The South In favor of Congress passingthe AttotReoaM.wrtr-

don't break a tooth out on a seed. has wealth of slash pine and if Townsend Plan tomorrow for,
it can turn it into serviceable to our mind...the idea of thrift be-
o clothing material, acceptable to the; ing a virtue Is purely arbitrary.
,f Well, at least Anarchists should be law-abiding citizens public, another source of Income Since time began little boys and

because they have no laws to break. I will be available to a section of I II !girls have had. tbrif drummed, Into
it I the country that has long suffered their,}leads.because,parents knewit
o.- from lack of diversification.." was the.best thing for-.them un-
Once more Lupe is threatening to divorce Johnnie. Have The>> opening of this new source der existing*"economic conditions. MtaE i
IN VARIOu9 ....
P"" we got to go through all that again? of Income would mean much, to the The little cave-boy wa* told to savea 1'fowt6STot
South-especially in this part of part.of his dinosaur, rib becauseIt I JNNISMITB ', tiPAIIT/0! EIILOPQ '
icp o i the country where each section baIts was extremely uncertain when s
Libby Holman's son was cut off from the Reynold's fortune own pet money crop which, un- and where he would get another. MCONTINUtTOLL WIR'EoMITIMeI 1

i; with a mere seven million dollars. fortunately, often falls to bring In The modern boy is told to save apart : -
enough cash to tide the growersover of his .dollar so he"''can go StVL "IGIlnT ClAM OEeb AS NI '
ry o until the next season. I N\RCHM40l\ AT
away to school and get to be a ADutLnIN4
,' kr Add similes: As brave as the man who is willing to tell The most important thing now Is fifth vice-president like his father. THE LOCATION tight ,,.,. ..!

iJi. Amelia Earhart that woman's place is in the home. to make landowners see far enough But if everybody was compelledby r .
ahead to replant trees where the law to spend $200 a month and '
o land has become barren and to pro- knew there was plenty more whereit : :p' 1iP Mil MANY SMALL CRAfT
''' d Life is a matter of give and take, but most folks have a tect the trees that they already came. front-thrift would. soon ON WORIDTbtUM Mo'va/ .a..

hard time making the two break anywhere near even. have. I'cease to -be a virtue -parents ana- EoAn THAT A TON
_n-- teachers would be forced to begin YEAR{ AOO HARDUV. Ot.UD VtffiWfc\
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ItlCIIES AND DISGRACE instilling a new moral code extol ,,o,. %" otltstD4 OP -ntS MOM. POKT
An editor might sound regretful when he writes "Late During the last week In December ling the virtue of spending money

advertising crowds out news," but don't let him fool you. a shoe manufacturer died in as fast as it Is accumulated.We; I '- '
rJ Binghamton, N.' Y, Nothing particularly : would become a nation of spend- mann's later writings, While Which I require the most.
startling In that. 'The thrifts, but what of It f What possible there were many similarities; there I '
The Lakeland News says that the modern' girl adores time will come for everyone be he excuse could be have for saw were also many dissimilarities! and! I :From Other PensA But' aU the scientists Insist

pinning wheels, but she wants four of them and a spare. shoe manufacturer or candlestick ing our money t we'U let the experts tell you which .This course Is most unsound,
maker. What brought attentionto Of course, aa we said Before, outweighed the other. Another For'many vitamins exist
0 the death of this man was the there are plenty of other arguments paper allowed Its reporters to HOME,, MAY BE EITHER Which have not yet been found.If .
Why do they keep making automobiles faster when all statement made by him some time against tbe Townsend Plan. make Btatementa.?"saying whether I take "B" inside a bun,
k the time there is less reason for getting anywhere in a hurry? before that "It Is a disgrace to die These have to(:do with per cdhta' or not they considered. Hauptmann t ;("An', t''Inspiration or an agitationA _Or "D".wrapped in a pillSome
rich." and decimal po'lnu.and total national guilty. ''This seems 'to- be anew dream or a nightmare. new and undiscovered cure
o1'he The manufacturer's aame had incomes and we .don't know low in something or-other because A haven of rest or a whirlpool of May serve me better still.Though .
s':1': Duchess of Kent received nearly 1,000 wedding been listed by the {Senate j Munitions anything about them. even editors should not'take-It up- dissatisfaction: I

presents. We suppose at least 750 of them were pickle forks. Committee as one of the on .them. elveii'.to try 'a case ''that A center of cheer or'a; dumping vitamins are all the rageI
Amerloans who had milliondollar Speed At Midnight' Is being very well taken Care of in ground for grouches.A look on them askance;
o Incomes in the years preceding It seems that.at least half of the the .court i,room, much less' allow sunbeam in a sorry world or a In this experimental stage
Now that Doug and Mary finally have their divorce, per- ,1920. He expressed himself as be- town.was awakened\ .Sunday nightor reporters to have thla'prlvilege. A thundercloud in summer aky. ,One runs a dreadful chance.
? haps the better half will have time to mend those socks for 'ing "ashamed and mortified" be- ( early Monday morning), by the third paper tells*us that we'd be A place where children may, do Suppose I concentrate on ',*C"
'; i ,cause his name Was,Included. terrific driving act that was put nurprised. at the fan mall receivedby or where they must don't. When "M's" the one I need
you. He wrote to the committee: "It on by some unknown motorist up Mrs. Hauptmann. and that the A place to flee to or a place to The consequent results to me
o will be, I am sure a source of sat and down the main city streets. defense counsel spent $600 on flee from.. .Might dreadful be indeed.
rN The Atlanta Georgian runs a feature called "There OughtTo isfaction for you to know that each The car, would' get up almost un- beauty treatments for her before A fertile feel of growth or a des'
year my principal has dwindledand belleveable speed between corners the trial began. We noted however ert of stagnation. I So I must go extremely slow.
p Be A Law. There probably is if look ,
you long enough No error must I,make
+ my expenses. gifts and use of and the screeching of brakes could that she has not become a plat. But any home, be it high or ,
for it. money are Increasing x x x at the be heard from"one end of town to nluzn blonde yet and since there humble, is exactly what you makeIt. Until I positively,.know
I '- 0 rate I am going. If I live five years, the. other. One' of this column's are three women'on the Jury, It ., Unknown What vitamin to .take.
The I shall probably be pretty ,near special'reportete says that he probably wouldn't do her,any good And when> that' happy day appears -
passion for reform is disease.
a queer It causes where I started-nil., started to get'but of bed and follow anyway. AN ALPHABETICAL .
; more discomfort to other people than to the person that it "Any man who dies, rich dies the wild cfeif around because he + PUZZLE Itel blessings I shall miss,
attacks. disgraced," he concluded. was quite tmre'that sooner or later I I know what vitamins to take ,For, ril have been, for many yearn
..., ,. Hunger pangs can. be" staved
Some otherwhere
than this.
is 'is the driver'would hit something and For ,
,- 0' It Is 'original thought that off merely by taking something many of my ills; .
I brought to us by this manufacturer there would hi1' a fine'' scoop for bitter in the mouth willie a sweet When suffering from stomach ache -Tampa: Daily! Times.
Headline in Georgia paper: "C. V. Rainwater Resigns of shoes, but one which Is not the paper. Out reporter changedhis taste Is the;most effective aid'to Or shuddering with chillsI :

Post In Coca Cola." Rainwater,, has no place in Coca' Cola likely soon capture' the Imaginations 'mind, however( when it occurred digestion. according to ,a College .call my loving helpmeet in water will boll at'the sea
.. of the American people! to him that he might be the university: professor. To make a bit of toast level at 213 .degrees ,F.. and on
anyway. They have too long been taught to very thing the driver. would hit.; And with it eat the vitamin Pike's Peak at 186 degrees.

o think In the opposite, school of -
Don't embarrass your best friend by asking him where thought-that It is a disgrace to We ''Apologize
die In poverty. ..Members<< .of ,the,I'ea. SPUD>> Club -
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his w'
it's in
4 car f Is. Perhaps the garage because he hasn't bought ;
The idea little the name :
is that the .man who are a upset because -
: his tag yet. ? dies with more money. than he of their exclusive organisation ap- I

o knows what to do with leaves evidence peared in ,tbln,;column-It, seems YOUR WHEELSiGet
:: that he has neglected a lot that ,It, waa'supposed to be a secret
They used to advise men'to be
young as polite as a gentleman of things that would have been the name and,we spoiled every
"' at court-now they say to be. as polite as a filling station means of giving him real satisfaction thing.. We, of course, offer our .
., attendant. : more satisfaction,than could moat humble apologies and prom-

be had by'watching the black and ise (in the.future to admonish our 43% More J
0-- white figures In his bank book spies not to !bequlte' so diligent .
.It's pretty hard for most of us to think in terms of Roose- mount. in.'erretlngout the .names of se a

relt's-'budget figures after thinking in terms of our paycheck FENCING-0-.LEGISLATION cretorganlzatione..-, ..s' 4:1 Non-Skid. Mileage I

every week. '* .. ..
I(any members of'the'1035'leg 0 islature"are 'already giving care .:.It.was; comforting this week to :: No' 'Extra
Cost
A crooner, sentenced to be hanged In Tennessee, sang ful thought to legislation to keep discover; that ,we were not completely ,
>while facing the gallows. There wasn't Florida cattle and hogs penned alone (nour. adverse opine
f a chance of
a pardon
for him ,. from highways, which matter Is almost !ion of ,"Magnificent Obsession." "G-3' when: need
j; after that. certain to come UD at- th I We were stopped the other day on REMEMBER you.
iii .., next law-making session.: ethe street. "I don't know whether come see these sensational

Some diseases are. cured by raising :the patient's tem- The question of keeping Florida you wrote that paragraph about" new Goodyears. After taking the toughest
stock fenced has for 'Magnificent Obsession' or not.
many year. kind of
".. ,perature. This might easily be done by out punishment on test curs, G-3's
sprinkling cracker been a legislative sore spot, but stopper began and we grittedour ,
us :crumbs In bed with him. Indications are that, because of.Id- teeth and,prepared for a good are making history today In pubilc'sei-

h a 0 creasing deaths In the state caused raking over the..coals, "but that proving further that "43% more non-sk dmlleaae"
by automobiles running Into cat- was my opinion exactly," our
i_ Whynot;, place a wrecked automobile on each side of a tle on the highways, the battle friend for life continued. "It left a is fact not claim. Don't buy

,' railroad crossing* .Times-Union. What-and give motorists will be fought to a finish at this. bad taste in my,mouth" tires before you let us tell you all about

Just one more thing to hit? session. the wonderful new G-3All-Weather.
Five Store
P. Fencing legislation has usually# '
0 been combatted by small county It Isn't often that we have an
a' The days' are getting longer-which means that the legislators, ln whose territories opportunity .recommend. a picture -
?r neighbor's are large cattle interests. It la show before It arrives at the &OODJPtEJ
: chickens will have (
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just that much R
more time to
true that such legislation would bea local:aheatree. +Wedid see "Love
f:,f 'scratch up your ...rden.seeds.A'. great inconvenience and expenseto Time. a while back. however and StopsYoa ,.t

d '""" "'"" '6 "" cattle'' owners who would be IIQw'that It Upcoming' here next
e'' > the fashion forced to'do a great amount'' of week we take pleasure in giving it Quicker!:
Ever year
experts predict brighter colors fencing In order to keep their stock thla department's four, stars fob .
for'men's clothes and every year the men go right on' buyI off the road. However,when human make It five stars-hang the expense 3,400 stop tests
I*; ,ing the same blacks and blues. lives are at stake all other ).. I And don't let the fact proveotnernewtires
;* y considerations ties their Import- that it to based on the life of Fran SEE OUR
//1' an .. Schubert scare'you.away. ThereIs slide 14% ,,

: _i.ti Reports have it that Lloyd George, dances,to warm his -----o.'cmNEaESCORE. Just enough music to make, ;you to 19% ,
feet.. : : ONE want more. than farther'/; ." !w'
; {; ? Can it be'poulble that the distinguished gentleman istf 'ffRegister -
,..( Because we live In America we with..deepcutnonskid "
native '
of '
Scotland OrygSN
instead
of .
Wales
iF'" ? are inclined to think that we are Paper.?Go Wild :
; "tortgtatest and smartest folks ''We bought one or two New York blocks IiiEAL PRICESONBATTERIES'
IN THE
: Every time,we'make a resolution to.be good-natured to- on earth and'that the people of newspaper this week and, as we CENTER SPEEiWAYTIIIPLI '_ .
other countries are poor dullards suspected, they were going hog :
i'JiJ 'wards! ?'I:everybody, along comes, a magazine ''salesman who in comparison. WIld over the Lindbergh kidnaping uo-n: 4.7A-le'' _

-r__ .,'gets right,in your face to talk to you. However.. In their slow Eastern triaL Three and four full pages ......... '"
r, ", 0 z way, the Chinese have hit upon a every day with the complete testl- OUAIIANTII .... Sar.. 5.SO. $6:40
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\. scheme that will eliminate a lot mony-what we get here la only a ,1, Apish ree4 Iss...... .
So far'as can be learned the only thing England ever of needless arguments, decrease smattering .+'and pictures of :..A............. ...,.Ie. It 15.00-18, ; 'a.Z3-1S_
gave the''United, States the wear and,. tear Hauptmann J verY' J. 0... y'ye '
was English sparrow and the on Jagged nerves conceivable ..ewe .werenterevnj cud .1111 Cta :
,saxophone;-Pensacola Journal. We'd much rather have part I and speed up things generally in pose, and aom;'that you never !. service.. $710. $7'60' _
k of the war debts. that great .country of theirs.: would think o(.f One paper took f< _
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Shanghal-Hangchow Railway up almost 'ff.T ituclog
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I recently decreed that magnified pictures. .
o. height, or. letters taken >j .
'I' 1 The I not age will determine whether from the kidnap 'itt"." '
Sebriag American reports the following story: Some a notes and Haupt- : "

'. Z,:r"aood' people up in Wisconsin protested loud'and long because i child Is,at entitled half fare.to ,ride Today on Chinese itscoaches years of age and, halt ,,:, ': }: Motor ;Co. .': ,' :,
claimed the .
they < .
operator played "How conductors
I c Dry .1, Am" on the carry rulers. Chil All others are "adults"-birth
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e 'V; with: "W these critics had been more familiar with the age considered and ride less tree.than Those four ;years measuring of- pant to the contrary uotwlthstandlng. .. ROAD SERVICES-CALL. 103

';'yhylpna: ;Mt the church they, would have realized that, I was between two and a half feet This stroke. of STARKE
X{ vkJrta!. "Oh Happy. Day". 'T- and four feet. four' Inches are Chinese several yean genius ahead places of the FLA. .
''4r;".' rated as between! ,four and twelve ." us
<, -at least ,la_one respect, ." ,.
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