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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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L.I.ITME FIFTY-SEVEN STARK,.FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1 1855 "
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oad Delegation FERA Feasibility Investigate Of Project First Birthday lf Big', ,Success; I Stark Takes



ice More' Pleaso To Light-Rural Towns 'Names Of "Polio"" Sufferers Sought I. i When, Alarm Falls ContractsAt Over Questions jl


A. preliminary survey will be 'Wh* was perhaps the quietest .

started today to determine the fire ever to happen In Stark occurred 441

State: Board: feasibility of extending- electric J. 'M.: 'Mitchell'Name Chairman LargeCrew* Attends ReaeeveltCelebration about 3 o'clock Tuesday Meet Here On Exemption

power line tAr Brooker and other Tu Take Care Of Fed At Woman's afternoon when a blaze, believed to :

.- rural communities In this _ty. Raised Club Here have been caused by a flying spark, -

to Hope Held Out For Paving 0.. C. Register of the local FERA broke out on the root or the T. J. Glvoa Detail Of Cotton Tobacco Bradford Assessor Will Ask FOP, i
Prison Farm Road Office announced title week. The local committee for the Starke' first Birthday Ball for Griffin horn on Tenth Street. and Corn-Hog ',

Any Time Soon The survey party will be under Birthday Ball for th. President the President did land-off bus- '"Td make'It more unusual Fire Program Only Information Necessary' '

the direction of Mr. Register and wishes to find all person-! la this to***. Wednesday: night a* couple Chief R. C. Buford was In the g

A brave delegation of Bradford It wilt gather information a* to county who are suffering from effects from 'all part of the county and house where be was employed to I The AAA crop reduction contracts With tattle-raging thin week
cost of the and to of Infantile paralysis and ha from surrounding towns, time the
and the project aa many do some painting, at the j
ounty cltleen arose early I on cotton tobacco and corn- over the length and the ;
many question :
Issued for resident of crowded the Woman's Club BuildIng
the number of rural home that an appeal fire broke out. !
rove to Tallahassee- the cold hogs were discussed in a meeting contained In the homesteadexemption ,
lawn of Monday morning to again would subscribe to such a plan. the county to turnip Information here. Gras 'receipts totaled Since the. City Council had recently her at court nous**'on,Thursday application blanks, Tax f

jteet'with' encouragement in He will have very.little definite concerning such persons. $120.'J' ordered all except two alarm to a large gathering of farmer Assessor N. D. Wainwright said

heir plea'before the'State Road' Information on the project until Seventy per cent of the net proceed Festivities got,under way early boxes to be disconnected, Chief Bu- W. T. Nettle of the Extension Ser. that he was asking only such "

artlllatt- tor. bard aced I the' preliminary survey ha* been from the ball will be retainedby and the dance floor had a capacityload ford jumped In his car and droveto vice at Gainesville and L T. Dyer, dons as were necessary to establish ques-- ';'
I completed, Mrs Register said ItI the local committee' for use In by V:30: o'clock.. the fire station. He ran the i ;
oad from Stark to the Florida County Agent Union County, conducted the applicant right to home-' ;.
tate Farm. not known what part of the expense this county. While the amount U Early In the evening the floor fire truck to the Griffin home and the meeting. stead exemption.The .

would be assumed by the not large the committee/1* anxious show with. N. Sternberg .general extinguished the blaze with chemicals :.
The roa FERA. should the be'found to make the best -possible of chairman of the ball committee aid of few firemen i
La plan and the >I.
the attack and had for 1835 !
ready: .tor program a* explained by aresaid to hare been adopted by ,Ii i
feasible. the acting aa mMter-of-ceremonie. reached the truck
money. who. had
llready-prepared a tentative esttUate these workers) are the Tax' Assessor Association and Iii:
o. .N,, is' chairman to an audience thai
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Steinberg general wan presented
In the m.awbU..1smaU i
showing that It would face 1. The Government through tile sent out tot alt- counties by CamptroUer *- ;
o* th* committee J. 1C Mitchell wa never stingy with It* applause. done to the "
befkdfc of $Tf 4aTX8X at the end damage wa Agricultural Adjustment Administration J. M. Lee, hare come In (or \$l.
Teachers Unite la. treasurerand E. L. Matthews Popular songs 'were sung by roof of the home by the bias Mr.
,f the year tt current operating department will continuethe violent attacks during the part 'rr'
,- Miss Estelle K* driak and MUM house repainted -
the
secretary
; Griffin was having
paose*and part due obligations are crop reduction program. In two week ::
aid and existing roads are maintained : A check for. thirty per cent of Scootla Andrew and song and In the expectation of mov- 1938 In cotton, tobacco, peanuts Circuit Judge J. C. B. Koonce. ?

and Improved. To SeekFunds: the net proceed wa sent yesterday dance number were given by Miss ing Into .It within a short while. and corn-hogs. of Tavares, recently ruled that the /C
to the treasurer-of, the national Mignon SIIMOft'.nd HtU Miss Bar had built a fire downstairs '
Spokesmen. for: the delegation ; The painters 2. All cotton and tobacco contract lengthy form of application need ; '
rom here were Judge A. Z. Adkins committee to be-used J" research bare Snow. I In order to warm the house signed In 1934 were for two not be used by property owner "

Lnd Charley- R! .John, representative -- I i work in the fight again. ? .A quartet composed! of JUnius and to aid In drying the paint. year and are In effect through the applying for exemption. 'ty
Bradford Organization Will Join Infantile StotthJvrM1; long, Jim Rltch and I
paralysis. '
to'the -Jegl.lIIture from this year 1838 with certain changesgiving State Senator.W. C. Hodges of ,}
C oudty/l': Both men made ehortutletrang'pleas With State If the money cannot be used locally N. !Sternberg! proved themselves the farmer a larger allotment Tallahassee, said' this Week that "-,
Association It has been suggested by the capable h.h dny-an<1 pretty Stolen Auto Here
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-m. for
for the .road, production. person entitled to homestead tax ,;.
I It be sent close 'at that.Tbe' .
that
national committee
Hill I ointing out ttae;necessity of it in 'Bradford harmony, 3. Cotton contracts will be offered exemption "should not be barr.ed. ...- >,'
Cotinty'teachers. at a Umatilla where there I Is a hospital .,.waa perhapsthe
to huinberxjhat
K time. of fire' or"otherwemergency't <' all cotton farmer If they annoyed and Irritated" by what .j'>'
Illltlird. meeting held In the school build- for the treatment of "polio"sufferers best receive* on the program
I Had Tools have grown cotton during the pant he described a. "complicated ,
I ,
state
the prison. ,
her last. Friday afternoon, Sls- qu.'I'I
and Miss
ing said.MysteryCloaks
anee by Burglar
Mr. was a
Sternberg song tour five
or and tlona" asked
+e"ed Judge Adkins read aloud an act years they will In the printed ,
united in an organisation to appealto and :) .
con tr..St
I r1nrb Lf the 1929 legislature authorising: state and national representative No yberg Mould have been be required to reduce their acreage "I do not think It la necessary. ;
, of Commissioners of program from twenty-five per cent to that any person entitled to have ,\\t
Board.
me i Held In Jail For
I for financial assistance for complete without prides, and Mr. Four Negro
on. t i thirty-five cent to ben his
the homestead
tate Institutions to cooperate per get exempted from taxation
Ill'''I 1 county schools. W. B. Mundy St., won the huge Dade CountyOfficer
nl''''HI krith the State' Road .Department :' efit payments. do more than describe"
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter waa elect- and W. T. Weeks I-
cake
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I ; of aardsurfaced birthday 4. Tobacco growers will be ask his property, state whether he la ."r
Ii l In procuring .the-completion ed chairman of the body: H. B. the J basket of .groceries.Attthe -
got rge .
i III Death ed to reduce their and married unmarried
I road connecting the OTNegro acreage production or name hi*
vice-chairman Mrs. L. H. the ,A social visit ended disastrouslyfor
.] Wiggins, i.! end of the program .
.lb.re.. Anon farm with Road.No..1 andRoad Futcn secretary, and MM. L. H. Elgbt Deuces; popular Jackson four negroes here when county fifteen per cent this year dependent and also state that net
Iud No. 13 and to authorize the with benefit payment of $17.80 I I. a bona fide resident of this "
Hill, corresponding ecretary. +f9 vine or be.tra.pin struck: up the officer took them up Tuesday afternoon J
"i'erm. [oad department to expend moneys In Field At after that they per acre on acre rented to Government tate," Senator Hodges continued :1
The meeting wa called by A. J. Found Half Frozen <. band and dancing continued until suspecting '
and then a In his !'
parity statement
''nn an., or this purpose. Usten- Griffin, county superintendent of Farm East Of ; 2 o'clock. were paying their call In a stolen ment.. pay- Comptroller Lee Informed of the ,
art The department member. whoa.ted that the C.Town Club had automobile.The I
schools This Bachlorette appropriately -
,'lIr -J attentively but'rema 1 d un- unfortunate foursome-Willie 8. New corn-hog contract are Senator'. statement said h* hair .,;
teacher to better discuss decorated the clubrooms
Ira I ITO bioved organise being offered those eligible to sign no; comments to* make "at this
about fifteen
I IB and after of the school and Death came to a negro man white and blue White, George Brown Annie
the problems with red J..
, and ask. that the signer redllC..cre.ar. time When other protests werereo'nUy ,
,Iint (mutes the Bradford delegationWthdrew 1 and Florins Griffinare I
Davis
here morning Mae
authoritiesfor early Wednesday
,[ to appeal to the proper crepe paper and a large photograph of corn from tea cent received the
per against
for oth-
art I to make way financial aid. I shortly after he was found half of President Roosevelt wa still In jail here awaiting the
,nit I there from all partf I to thirty' per cent from average blank, the Comptroller replied thatr
who were officer
irs Dade
arrival of County
.l It was decided to end telegram frozen and apparently suffering hung above the mantel In the reception -
IlrL acres In 1932 and 1933; and to reduo. "relevant .J!
every question wa and ,.
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\b-" | the state.Besldes I to Congressman, R..'A: Green, the from some Illness In a field at the room. The automobile a 1931 Chevrolet
1UKI Judge Adklna and ,Mr. U S. senators and eon..men..tl.rl'e. L V. Moore farm east of town. coach has been traced through the .'the number of hog for mar Important" in obtaining necessary'tax \
of I It I* estimated that Birthday ket during those same years ten assessment Information. "
ohns, who arrived In Tallahasseel and to write state senator The victim wa Identified as A. license bureau at Tallahassee to a '
\"n..n.. to attend a Ball were held In 7.000 commun- per cent. Benefit payments of In the meanwhile Mr. WainWright Jo!
In order
>n Sunday ofPowell U-Drlve-It
concerning the W. McLeod. 85. negro employee Miami Company. .
and representative ,
, United States .
Ir ities throughout fifteen cents bushel '
on corn continue to take
\'. neetlng of North Florida Road As- ,financial condition and need of the turpentine stw.,who left .. .. Burglary.tools of various descriptions per applications -
; .4* .J 1
blo oclatioh. those making the'trlprare schools. there last month l I saying he was were found carefully and $15 per head on hog left out for. exemptionusing onlysuch :d i

'''IRIII IIml,I N. Sternberg W. E.,Bryant, The secretary was also) Instructed going to work at Olustee.L.C.. "Broadway Bill" concealed behind the upper part of of production. parts of the lengthy questionnaire I;

Rijn t. C. WaU, W. .J..Epperson..Dr, W. to write nearby counties to determine Powell, operator of'the still Bald the back seat, officers said. This work will be supervised In as he think necessary to as- li
all To Play At Ritz this county- this as last tabllsh the home to !
J. year year owner right S
A.
. .r 1. Parks, J. M. :Mitchell if similar organizationscould that the man had been In his em- The negroes were taken up after
_. by Mr. Dyer with the assistance of benefit by the amendment. Tho> "
'homan and B. Jacobs. not be formed to help pro ploy for about a year and was of they had been "hanging around"Reno .
local committeemen. All contracts
form sent to him work
a hardship
'"1. The North Florida Association mote of the schools. a strange retiring nature. He live One of the pmash hit of the for about a day without any t'I
1.I. progress Mr. Dyer says, must be signed by on both the assessor and the applicant II
I. resented projects to the board It was voted to join the Florida ed alone and never seemed to mingle Reason "Broadway Bill," comes to apparent objective. This together
the 15th of and he hasarranged
February the Bradford official :
,e otaling $2,144,000 for the fifteen Educational Association. with the other negroes of the the Ritz Theatre Sunday and Mon with the fact that the automobilehad says. f 4'

',I'7'II ounties which it represents. In- The next meeting will be held in settlement.The day. Warner Baxter, In the lead- a U-DrJve-It license, made officers of this county to sign at the up the court farmer house --. '

' luded In this program was the the school building here, Friday, dying man was found early Ing role. Is said to give one of the become suspicious. here and at Lake Butler beginning Loans

e4 jardaurfacing of the State Farm February 15.: Wednesday when members of Mr. finest performance of.his career. One of the men said that he had Friday, February 8th. Emergency f

,lilt :oad. e __ Moore's family went into the field Myrna Loy deserts her usual type served time on Marlon County .

caA Recommended by the Alachua Wins near the pond at the rear of their and Is seen as an Ingenue-which roads with Willie Powll a Reno :

fort Itbi ounty delegation was the rebulld- Tom Beck farm to gather vegetables. M part she Is said to handle with her negro and that! he ,and his I friends Orange Truck Hits Now LiberalizedIllnnks {1''

u kg of Road 13 'from the end ofjie Gainesville Fight Leod was lying in a coma and the accustomed ability. It la a racehorse had stopped here to visit wlthPowell. Farmer
PedestrianA.
I'lllbet r concrete near Fairbanks to the ground around him showed wherehe picture, but with a different .' He was serving a term. I '

iradford County..line.. I Tom Beck the fighting; "Wild had dug Into it with his hands slant, and Is said to be'the first for burglary he said. May Be Obtained Frmn .':

y W cat" of Lawtey forced Tuf fy Lewis, and feet as the result of his ufferlng. movie of this type..to be a.box of- The two women said that they H. Aldrich Starke farmer, O. J. Orlffls AtPERA''
willMM fice winner knew nothing about the automo- wan injured,last Saturday when he :

Iynil ity ReConnectsire I 168 toss: pound In the fighter owel in from the third Tampa round, to ,Sheriff W. J. Epperson was summoned Tuesday and Wednesday of next bile but that the men had picked was struck ,down by an orange ,!:'

anil and the dying man was ,"Beat them up at Bellevlew and had driven truck while walking along Road "
.will show
Rita
of the main bout on the City Club week the Florida farmers who are applying -. ,\
tae ill Arena card in Gainesville Mondaynight. moved Into the Moore home,. but Man Wins" with Jack Holt and Edmund them here. However, all four 13 just Insldet. the northern limitsof for emergency crop loan to v.I

Alarm Boxes medical aid failed to save him. HI. Lowe. On Saturday of this are being held In jail here until the town. I replant or repair damage to crops ;0;
anb ? wet the sheriff said, arrival of Dade County offlcri. The driver\ of the truck stoppedand '
Beck, who has always made a clothes were week "West of The' Pecos" will be caused by the early December frost )?
as If he had fallen Into a pond or Dix brought",,Aldrich Into town 'I
of hit with/ fans for his willingness to shown with Richard starring may borrow up to $250 Including ""
a ditch before entering the field. It la from novel by Zane where he received medical atten- In 1938 .en kt,
ripped hard uppercut Into a popular. MATTHEWS SLIGHTLY previous advances or $
slid.d tlon Follows Failure Of Siren fight
acci- tion for his cuts and bruises. According -
him As the night was cold this Orey. Including previous advance! In ,
I) To Blow For Tuesday the ribs of Lewis to floor as INJURED to the driver, Aldrich ( p:
dll'a the bell sounded for 'the first' dent undoubtedly contributed to Will Roger's latest. "The Coun- 1934 and 1938, Norman Monaghan ,
maze the cause of his death. K. S. Matthews of Starke. member crossed the road Immediately In )
round. i ty Chairman" will play here Thurs of the emergency crop and feed 1
Iclil The was unable to speak, ,of the State Railroad Communion front of the truck and It was Im- ,"
ndiyoll At the opening of the second negro day and Friday of next week It loan division of the Farm Credit
R. F. Clark, superintendent of round Beck tore out again and I I so there Is no explanation why Is the first time that Will has ever : wile slightly Injured as the possible to slop before hitting him. Administration said here today (:
e light and water plant was In- be returning to Starke or how lIu1t .of an automobile accidentnear Although the injured man re- '. ,
floored the tough Tampa boy who was enacted therole for which he Is r February( 1). Previously the max :
ucted., .Tuesday by the City I to be In a field so far Tallahassee Monday morning. ceived one deep cut just above the '
saved by the bell.. Both came he happened perhaps best fitted of all-a politi imum loan was $2M>> Id all cases.Th ;.
1 imcil to reconnect fire alarmxea was have knee cap he Is expected to be out
out strong in the third round but from the road. clan. Mr. Matthews' car is said to funds may be used for producing "y

: throughout the city. All ext -; punishing blows by Beck ended the Sheriff Epperson said that $8 The picture Is an adaptation of left the road and. to have been wifhln< a few days.. *. planting and cultivating .
two boxes bad recently been found In the dead man' pock- wrecked after striking .a ,place -
action, for the evening as Lewis was the famous stage play by George qPREiICTII commercial vegetable ana truest n ncrops
connected In an effort to put a tossed in the towel. eta and this was given to negro Ade. Roger has the role of a fire- where repairs weer being made In !: PASSAGE to be planted during the year ':,'
p to the practice of turning in for burial the Miss Ellen Wiggins of OF OLD AGE PENSION waa'
;-.. acquaintances purpose eating boss who own the town highway 1938. The maximum loan )
alarm that ha been going GREEN ASKS PURCHASEOF r but who gives more than he takes Keystone Heights and two' other United States Senator Royal S. $280 In all case .

here for some time FLORIDA SYRUP COUNTY AND STATE throughout his career. students at the State College for : Copeland (CD., N. Y.) on a visit to The fund may be Used tot producing r
old The order to put the''boxes in GASOLINE USE HIGH who were returning to I II
Women
td Several days ago CongressmanR. Florida this week said that the planting and cultivatingcommercial Y,

till ration again came as .a result A. Green urged Federal Administrator Gasoline consumption In this BIRTHSMr. I Tallahassee with Mr. Mathtews, next six weeks will see the enactment vegetable, and truck '

a fire Tuesday when no alarm Harry Hopkins to buy county continued to climb a* figures received minorbruises.INCOMB,, .. !! by Congress of, an old-age crops without fertilizer $10: t.
.
uld> .be gives because one' of the fronv Florida iproducera when pur- for last month showed a gain : and Mrs Lee K......,.. Stake pension law as part of, President where fertiliser, U'' .seel..' $32 f and "

d x.. thatwwxkppoeed'to'be'In chasing" syrup to be used IJIthl over November of almost 8,000 gallons boy January 21. )Roo evelt.. social security .program I where both' commercial fertiliser

IxII 'ration would not function state,and under date of January December' reached a to- Mr and Mrs.'L, L. Walden Max TAX IN A and spray material*),06 dust are .'

IIt '. OJ" 22.: Director'' Julius F. Stone Jr., tal of 73,443 gallons whU. the vllle. girl. January38.( 0 NUTSHELL: The Federal Government, he said used.. $28. The foepectiv loan

BEOOULOSI9 CLINIC:. was autborld to purchase Florida preceding month showed 67.268 Mr..andf'Mr*. D. P. Lope&oTherea In aa Interview will contribute limit per acrettorlrlsh potato;

nn -TO-, BE' HELD-- .HERE: SOON. instead of Georgia or .gallon. boy, January 28. WHO Single persona who a mixlmum of $18 to $20 each ben- are $10, $25 and $27.. Loan'fo+ -
cane syrup
.la.I.I'it
inty chairman of Tuberculosis this week.Congressman. the state treasury as excise taxes. .Stark, girl January 29.. more gross match It. crop", where:( no. commercial, ,

Health :Association said yes Green again this on 23.825.822 gallon of gasoline 1 I Mr, and Mr. ,Je* (Quick. Starke, more, and married couples OO'who He dismissed the Townsend old- fertilizer 1.I used and United 11lIIt- ;y

Jay that she ball been notified a week conferred with the relief ad old. In Florida during December. boy, January 31.LAYING bad net.'Income Income of $2 of, $5,000or or. I age pension plan a* "dangerousand per acre;;' U commercial ,fertiliseIs ,

, dc will be bald hen a* soon a*! ministration upon complaint that The. comptroller's officethis more or must gross file returns'. unworkable." Is used $4 per cre. 4'
Itr these flcurbe- BOOT "Figure show. the senator Th loans are being'Jvahc..)
rtlll being
weak reported
was
Mirtrlan
can be-procured.'No- out of state syrup
I BRICK WALK be-
November WHEN: The filing period f said. "tea million people In the feast the fund appropriated la fire ,
r will be given la Urn* *o that an purchased by the FERA for Florida. .me. an increase over March .
and ends
of motor i gte January 1 United States are over the of I Act of approved June 1%
are Intent** may attend.* r.* ha* obtained assurance when 20, 00, 44- gallon Workmen are busy'thi week age Congress
December 19,130.. ._ 0- sixty year. I believe the Congress 1M4 sad may b*.obtained oatjr
Crs. .Alvares, also atated that thai Inthe future Florida syrup fuel were bumed During laying a brick and til* walk and Collector of Internal i ; .
lit for Florida use. a the total was 20,- De.r.cae Sea- WHERE will set the minimum age for pen through the emergency crop *...:. +
ago Place
area from Christina::: seal sale win be purchased year patio at Hall'a ,.......* for the district In "
loner at any.
sixty-five feed loan offleee-aot through
GIla county to date are B10&18. 024.331 geneses board station.MENDEIVIIALL. year p'of
ha bar
which the person live or '"Th Federal Government' credit Institutions i
6It ten Include the $3 health bond MSS HOP nmBsoi _. plan the permanent ,
the Lawtey school. TO ADDRESS CLASSES' NEW ARRIVALS BUY STATION ACQVITIID'ON : .principal place of business. will be applicable to those persons under the Farm Credit A-
HOW See Instruction on
who have Iras than In real ministration
$ .ooo
r Mr*. Hope M. Pete.of 0.countJ' Mr and Mrs H. L. Hale of Cin ONE MURDER CHARGE 1040A and 1040.
OUNG ACCIDENT win recently moved hereand forma I I *estat. but the requirement of the Application blanks may be obtained '
MEN: IN rehabilitation office cinnati. Ohio
Four normal (
WHATT
percent ,various States from O. J. Grlffls at the lo-c
are problematical at
JACKSONVILLE Jan. 81-John .
station
futon 1:.' (Bo) Arnow. Gainesa speak to member of the Adult have purchased the filling today tax on the amount of net In- I this time. cal FERA office.SHATERB'GET.
restaurant formerly J. Mendanhall wa..lIIIock In.111
next Tuesday and
here
classes
attorney received a fractur- School mme In excess of the personal "
1f adopted Townsend r
the
,
Road IS.Mr. with ODe lees ,murder ,chrgq.i we
Her talk will be on health kDownWilmer's" on
jaw and bruises In an automo- night. ixemptlon. credit(or dependents.earned I
has been the BREAK
It
0 plan a* proposed
themselves th'books against him..ccAelr- ,
on
and Mrs Hale-express
:
, accldent at Fort White earlynday subjects income credit dividend ,
t 1 country couldn't stand the cost" Sullivan Carter recreation oho ;
The adult classes started off as being well-pleased with Cult -Jb"'" 'yesterday took:an hour I I
I morning while returning and to and 'mmuteen-tawfiiMl, him.not of domeetlc corporation sub- I Senator Copeland said that In tor hers says that one block m 1
Game.yW. from Tallahasseeb with, an attendance of twenty-two their new business expect and Interest on
to taxation t'J
ryId ject
i his opinion If State or Statesdecided Church Street between Eighth
of the murder of Mr*. Laura any
of fast week make Stoke their permanent guilty .
b' C. Adkins. Jr. The young I person on Monday Matilda Green, 84. obligations of the United State to appropriate. Use than and Ninth. Street will be blocked \

bad been to tile State. College i but dropped considerably toward tome..., o' The pardoned life-termer face and obligation of Instrumentalities the government'. maximum of $ys off every. afternoon from 8JO: ,

Women to take.Mis* MargaretUa i the last of the week. Mia Gwen blood circulate till another Indictment charging of ft* United .Iata. Surtax ro $$0. whleaamst be matched, the o'clock until 6:80 for the ,.benefit:' ri!
ask The fact that
to enter the second semee- ,dolyn Buddlngton Instructor, on surtax net Income In excess allowance of wish" to< Mr. '
government would reduce its those who skate. $i4Carter
until lOG the murder of Mr,Oreen' daughter -
be kept a* high wa not known year ago; '
,Young Adkins. who war drlv- :that.attendant of .. :
$4.000.
thehit".r when William Harvey mad his ; Mrs Mary Ra* 'Andersonv. ... *) In that particular State ask loeal automobile drtver tl
said tile car hit a ,tree'whenft : U possible during ;
this mcw..tn ;
to in
eooperate
proportionately
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK1.! FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1935
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, According to" "Bolanlsts,
f. LAWTBY RISING --SAXTOrr------- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ney Church Wm. Pierce, Clyde dren were the guests of Mr. and peach tree originated in the the
Mr.. ,"'. A. Trier. Con..pon..tMrs. hot
E. H. L. Edwards
Frank Merrill, O. Mrs. Sunday.
\ O. .1. Pkltllpn. forrrHpnnilrnt Mru. II. M. Mrltae, Correspondent Mr. T. II. Demer. CorrespondentC. Pangborn, dry areas of China and Persia
W. M Norman and children Wiggins, Howard Ryan, Paul Zim- Mr. Fisher Gasklna and Miss
The ordination and church service W. Larson Heads Local C. of C. Erie Mecklem, Harry Kin- -
mer
Cold Daml'lt'IThe of Rising, spent Saturdayand Audrey Norman attended churchat
cold weather of last week at Corinth church last Sunday Sunday with her father, J,.,A. Tho Keystone Heights Cham- caid, John Walters, Jack Packard, Saxton Sunday .night. ''IF YOUR

:i I did considerable dumage here to! was largely attended. Tyler. ber of Commerce met Friday nightat Mr. Smith, Mr. Bean, Otis Clark, Mrs. Tate Alvarez wan visitingher
strawberries/ and other young ten The Adult Educational Class will Keystone Inn for the purpose of A. W. Donaldson, E. P. Caugheyand
i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown and parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
, der crops which were planted, Including have a speaker next Tuesday son, Carl, were visiting In this reorganization and election of offi Mr. Whitney. Edwards Sunday afternoon. BREATH HASA
' beans. and corn. In Health'and Community cers. A fish supper was servedto .
night section
Sunday.
Miss Ruth Johns of Glen St.
VtirnonalMMrs. Problems. Is to the largest gathering of Keystone GUM BRANCH
urged
Everybody Bert Rewis, of Lawtey, was a Marys, Fla., Is spending a while
meet
to
lit H. B Arwood Is visiting attend.C. Heights men ever Minn Elizabeth Hurnuge, Cor. SMELL YOUCAN'T
visitor here Saturday. here with her aunt. Mrs. II. H.
here for The follow-
I. relatives and friends, in Bessemer, any purpose.
H. Neal, of Gainesville,. at- Rev and Mrs. E. L. Hicks and Keene.
Ala., this week. ing, officers were elected: C. Wes Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and
of DeLand, tended church here Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. I. Hardenbrook and ley Larson, President: J. H. Hous- children of the State Farm were, Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were
Miss Luella Tatum. dinner of Mr. and Mrs FEEL WELL
was a guest
the week-end here at the Bessie Summer were Sunday er, vice-president; E. A. Smith, visiting Mr. and Mrs.' L. L Conner visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Red-
pent H. H. Lewis.
A of Mrs. Lizzie Tyler.O. .
guests P. W. Cadman. treasurer afternoon dish Sunday afternoon.
secretary
home of her sister. Mrs., O.V.. Mr and Mrs. Davis and little T. Nelson made a business ; Sunday WlTa w. wutt fcoo much one food dear,
Roberts... son and John Rushing, all of Pen- and Dr. W. H. Crawford, mem- Mr. and Mrs J. C. Divenl Mrs. There will be prayer meeting at 7 our. bo...... Our friend _ell tki,
trip to Starke Friday ber of Board of Directors at decoy earning out of our mouth and call u
large. Mr and Mrs. W. R. Woodles Fri
and Mrs
Miss Abble Harley Is visiting ney Farm were dinner guests of Quite a number from this section Ida Wilkinson and Mr.> bad brtirth. W. ,... the poison of tin
friends )in Starke this week. Mr. O. Fountain and family Sunday attended the baptizing at Included among the speakers of J. L. Glllyard and son, Glenn, of day decay .all over, our bod,. It make qsaomy
arouebjr and no rood for
anythingWliat
t+ the evening were: Or. Crawford, Jacksonville, were the guests of night.BOATDRAIN
Miss Madeline Hazen, a memberof Kingsley Lake Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .1IMOe th. food dear to the bowtbl
the school faculty here spent J. W. Buddlngton, H. M. and M. VV R. Swanbom was visit- W, W. Kincaid, dr. J. A. Rupert, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman Sun- Veil when wo oat too much our hituk
at J. McRae and Arthur McRae visited Dr. Bruce Gamble and E. A. Smith.A. M.... Ralph alne,., Corredponilent ...ain't dlmat It What I I. the bile Julwt'
the week-end at her home af
I Ing Mrs. W A. Tyler Saturday day.Mr. It I. the most vital dlgeati* :iulee In OB
r Brooker. the bedlddo"'of W. D. McRae ternoon. B. Radford led'the singing as- and/ Mrs. P. D. Reddish were Mre E. E. Lee was visiting her body. Union. S pint of It are flowing. froa

businns lost Thursday who Is )ill in a hot-pi- Arthur Swanbom spent Sunday sisted at the piano' by Miss Ger- the guests of MV and Mrs. J. S. daughter, Mrs. Arch Prevail the oar movement liver Into'Ret our hard bowel and oonatlpfiteil every day and on

tel at Lakeland. /afternon with Winton Summer. trude Houser. Sapp Sunday past week-end. % of our food down la our S8 feet o4bottttti.
J. W. Buddlngton, Donald lie- The Board of Directors will meet Tbl. deco, "aetitl poison all "
ernoon. --.- Mrs. Ellen Johnson, of Glen Mrs. Frank Colenian was visit- JUT bodr vT abc mbnut
; Miss Mildred Groom of Gainesville Flue, Mrs. M. J. McRae and Miss I A paralyzed leg muscle has been soon to formulate plans for future St. Marys, Fla., is spending a Ing her aunt, Mrs. Eugene Griffis When oar friend. mrll our bed bmul
was visiting friends here over Lillie McRae visited Mr. and Mrs. successfully replaced with a steel activities. In addition to the of- while here with her daughter-in- (but we don't) and we feel IIV. a whipksnc.6 .....
Sunday.
don't a** a mouthwaih or take i
the week-end. Alfred Brown at Hellbronn Sun- German doctor. ficers and speakers, the following and Mrs. H. H. ... ..
spring by a law and son, Mr, his .tI Get at the mu* Take Carter
Mrs. Pearl Shuman was visiting day afternoon members were present: A. B. Rad- Harvey Guiney was visiting Little User PHI which .really start Uu
The pound party given at the little Hon Vernon of Vanderbullt ford, D. E. Pungborn, F E. Carr. Keene: uncle, Albert Griffis, Saturday and flow of four bile jule. But If "nomethlinbettor"
in Galnenvllle
e Sunday. u << don't buy It, tat
Rev. James Lylo will began a home of Miss Nita Kelly, Friday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. John J. Houser, J. Russell Hall, Mrs. Carrie Shaw, of the State Sunday.Mrs. It may be a .-J.J"(roermiry) pill, ..hidloosen.
series of revival meetings at the night wan well attended and en- McRae Sunday afternoon. Elmer Case, Fred Sprower, W. H. Farm was visiting J. A. Harnage Ida A. Chase was visiting teeth, ,inipe. and aoald the.raetmla ,
Ask for Carter Lie
ovl )
First Baptist Church here next joyed by all. Remember the church: services Ogden, David Morey, Milo Morey, /and mother Sunday afternoon./ Mr. and Mrs. Z.. Z. Crlfils duringthe .many nil p by TBamo f.Cs.rut what ro

SISunday evening at 7:30 to continue Mr, and Mrs Paul Underhill and at Pine Level this week-end. D. T. Reamer, D. O. Stewart, Sid-[ Mrs. Marlon Browning and chil, week-end., oak for-.nt. C1M4.0.b

for the next week. All /are urgedto
attend. "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"-A Matter Of Being Able To Take It ---By POP MOMANDI

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer

were visitors to Starke Tuesday
y4S Strawberlres will be delayed ANt ELMER FOUND OUT WHY' SHOULD I KNOWBUT \ US'SEM, ELMER J JIPTOO PROVIDIN' MB

about nix weeks with only /a few ABOUT .s iEVT ,SQUIRT You WORRY ? HE'S: SO SORB EVEN ARE CAM STILL TAUKAFTER. --
'" forts COMlMCr: HeRe TO sea YOO'RB NOT SAID MAD YOU WOOL.DMTHIT ;
scattering shipments going He OH MO ts = SOCK
TESSIWAS MB MAD SeR
INVOL.veD! HE'D SOCK TH' SQUIRT'WOIJLDN'
ward before that time. T
"TO LEARN HE. HADCOMPETIT10M IT'S YOU51 FIRST DO THAT;
f IP Ynl) TO HIS STORY WOULD
School May CAN CALL NOSER- WHO POKES HIS Yot i MI?. BOWERS z
;4 The P. T A. Is sponsoring a play IT THAT--- NOSE INnt'KITCHeN

F'a to be put on tonight (Friday) for HE WAS!! N
t the benefit of the school all are AN' S'MWORRIED ar. -X
urged to attend and lend their !

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? No Corner ('l1ttlntrMayor ; I
J. H. Moore ban announced
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that persons cutting corners in .
I r.
the city will be severely dealt with
s'when brought before him In City

Court In an effort to stop this dun l 1

i1 gerouu practice. I t._ to mr hr*n>.A-eol.1M N.r..p?

ti a City Council Meets -

i The City Council will hold Its '.'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" try --, i-. .."M ctm I'nit

; regular meeting Monday evening .... .. ... ..
/at 7:30: o'clock and all citizens oft

Lawtcy are urged to meet with } YOu'RE 3 INTELLIGENT I't) 00 MOST 11' DEPEMOJ ON : ",((E4 \JQOUlt).' -- --

them and discuss the city needs. !) t zz BcN4 AN' I'M '''TANYTHING fOil THE GIRL VF WHY NOT BE l

MAIN STREETS INQUIRING\ \ REPORTER. : MONEY EXCEPT SHE'S. GOOD HONEST ABOUT IT? ID LIIIE T'SEE SOME B

jt afternoon. in COMPLETE NEWSPAPER FROM THE DAILY BUZZ MARRY .- 'LOOUIM' AN' \IiA3\ I MARRIED FOI7ONCE OLD MILLIONAIRE ASTT
W, F. Moore who bllntere( ted Itn
w* the strawberry deal at Plant City ASK A QUESTiON MONEY MARRIAQce! Ntce: PIS urje MONEY BUT MS. r'HARRY WIMI'D -- .

spent the week-end here with his: INQUIRING REPORTED EVERY IAYTODA'f> USUALLY END IN AN' PERSONALITY FOUND OUT <5HEDIDN'T taN WM DOWN O

family, ON JOB Que..1ioH (6 DIVORCE COURTS I'D LiCe\ : T2> > ; HAVE AMYFLAT I WOULDN'T @2z1

|#, Friends of G. B. Tlston will re- WOULD YOU MARRY, I BEEN T...E t2S TALKT OVERBUT I'D JUST>> BE MO OLD MAN'S :::::

gist to learn\ of his serious Illness OUR INQUIRING BEPOCT- FOR= MONEY ? RwiCS; AN' T > MI/ITV4/ .HER AS SOON TRY DARLIN'

at bin home here. % AIN'T HAN/ QIN. AGAIN\
) Mru. Doris McMiUiin, of Gainesville ER ASkS: A QUESTION -r I Tfco AGAIN oo c _
was visiting relatives here EVERY DAt. ; e .?
Sunday. TO'DA't', QUESTION l<;3MVOULI -

E., C. B. Bennett Is transacting ) YOU( MARRY
btaHlneus in South Florida this FOR MONEY ?" I

; week. r
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BROOKERlilies THIS PLACE A IEO- 1 TOE r* ,

n 1 FRONT OF TOWN ::
\>ri' Guiiipy, Correspondent HALL ON MAIM ST.; .- .
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Mr, and Mrs. Jake Dyal. of Orlo V.A -sashes. ,- ,. I.. ?
ti Vista are spending this week herewith T.... RK3MT. -... .. It Je..1tw. se. k----. 0 C .\. owl taw,

.Z4 friends and relatives.Mr. .

and Mrs. Norman Thomas of THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Proud Daddyl

tor Gainesville, pent Sunday herewith __ .. . . H
friends and: relatives.
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,4, Mr. and Mr. L. A. Mint and WE1L+W 11 WHORE 'Dort tart'. 'It t f DIDI'IT\ Know --_- ynSArtsc'frrtotK'IE _

baby, of Jacksonville spent Sun- .a Nc A'i R 'w tFi 'tb'tS trot ? '' hAD III O hOW OIjY OLD ---= --
,day here as guests of her parents,
CAR CQtt 'f'f o\\ tS \\t ? DAY 11: _
:Mr, and Mrs L. R. Galney. They
'were accompanied home by Mrs. 1t'iESE OH
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Oatney who is spending the week noof l 'fAHt oh -
9e. with them. not Y4G iiO 'EAHt4-HES- _r

r Mr. and Mra. R. M. Gainey, whoa : --

have made their home in Olu tee

;r for'the past few months, have recently : t : a s Iw =
J:; moved here. ?

':-t'lf.' A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was ,

",: business visitor here Monday. r
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A bell, of Tretn- t I
ton; were visiting friends here

Sunday.
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M'd raa a Ucndcl1.too.. U yon bow _
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UtI seed the y desa,...,: and RMuMIi sqIs /. 1-- DOROTHY DARNIT 1I

fear CONIIi/HllliOll. B7y-, Chairles McMantu
Jell> Mk your own doctor about -

year druggist how populu r"r"I TANG THIS NOT OVER I Y CEORCE A .
.. have beeotn The i ix OUST RICHT
In
laxative give Uio right I TO GULL AND GEAR AND] LAST I'LL CET q I IN AND MAYBE I'L .. .

v and the right amount I II HAND IT TO, MR OULU.I.T CHANCE TO SEE CATCH HIM PHONING K !.z
4 MIX WM* tbe dose w repeated : MR QULU Hd3LIVE'WIRL '
k 1 of more each time, you tak .I > VERY IMPORTANT SOME INSIDE STUFF 1I
oil the bowel r IN.THE .?
without r,
.Molarhr and thoroughly MARKET- -
: People who have experienced this z.Fry .
comfort. never return to any form ol e
kelp that can't be regulated I Th. .e f '
"w .liquid laxative generally used ia Dr. ,. .
C ldwe1I". Syrup Pepsin. It contain -
seam end ::.scars. and these are s
Mural laxativee that form no habit Pa T
,k It relieves a condition of biliousness :p.c7L % ,1
or iluggishne 1 without upset.
To relieve your occasional peels b
Mid?-n-I I comfortably, try Syrup
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Juniors In ChargeOf Noru'H nv rri.ic \TIOFOII \ I IlecclptH durlnir, month 1,57010 IV IIK-I IT fOIHf. ..
T,\ \ i>iciiiNOTlCia : |I'VA'rRnl" month,1,4174.1 IIXTII .11 mrit i. TW".r'
Sc-boof IH HUUICHV niVKN. Halance ""I"rlnl O I). 1,74(184 lilt tllFOHII <'OI\TV' ,"llf'I'I'r.
Chapel ProgramMr. That M. 1'. Mntheney! holder of '1'",. IN "1.01. .
1 1U.I. \MKIIV,
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Bradford High Journal ij] .','"' ,.'=.I h."A::: .85!i>. li 111.12: ::1h ..I..ht:ilnvof ,', I Rcitln. month.No. :Iitnlnncn Oil. 200i ,v. IIORACIC NORMAN,
i t'ci.ilmt ii durlnir I monlh I 030 I
Howard's Juniors Had rhnre| Maid certificate I I In mofth'" andmade I Warrant* month \'II.lnanl.
application for tax deed to l 1"0 durh,1 VII.
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tlalitnca, ,
Of the
High School .30IU.
4- Chapel Nile th..reon In accordance with law. S. P. BAnXISTT KT AL
.. -- Law Friday Maid certlflutite. embrace the followInir .,. N. Itilal
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--- -- I des'rI L.l property Hlttiated I I InHiadford hcirlnntnir monthRccelptH 0 1. 14.57 Defendant.

STAFF Student Gov't. Basketball Teams County;, 't'I'or to.wit: durlnir mont.Warrant it 1.3.8 Notice tail Order <. Known and
1 acre In Ihe I :; .' ofNoilhennt iliirlnar month a.Ron.IP lme.e; >ovej erendjnf.
= First the assembly sang "On- Unarter, ot Sont MwentUuarter Hal. end of month, O.
...Editor-in-Chief 1. 1.31.1 STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
porolhY Wynn SUDD,_ Allllt. Kclitor-ln-Chlef Meeting Is Held Play Lak's Butler ward Christlay Soldiers." This was of Keel Ion 8, Tuwnnblp," 7 I>U.. 'n. TiE. P. narnatt. Lowell.LIvlnKHton:
EIIInd / 20
Mouth llanir I1JR..I. contaliilnirone
"Hlnnce 1ii>irlnntnir month So.S 4
l.orolhY Warwick_ .Exchange Editor And Waldo Teams followed by the Lord's Prayer and acre more or le.*. I Receipt durlnir, monthWarinnt 37.10 Company ANHeHiin 8. I a I. Cain
Ha.en ___.Allllt. Exchange line Hale, l.yman Halo, L f
Grace Jtockwell ___.Literary Editor Many Things. Are Changed Or Flag Salute. The aHHeHHiuent. nf nald property durlnit month M Hale, William U Hale, Le- 1 'I.
Irma MarwlckAaut.. Lit. Editor under' tha nld' I certificate i ImHliedwa lie'Is,it'im .."lot month 101.04 vms Way, Mary '
1IlarJorl.W. Ani,. heir of AHena' H. Mo.Kee ., .
A Louis pavii .- .Aut. Spnlli. EditorIAflhiCO --- Next Game "Oh Soml 0" by Connie McCauley until certificate shall heredeemed ",,I. beirlnnlnir inonlb, O.T. 1400 a* Executor of ll.r'.Fn.H M. I
I Snyder____ .-Boclety Editor The first business meeting of the : Tonight At Lake followed accordlnir I, to law tax deed ReoetptH durlnir month 23.00 I"Ie. If each he lving *. "
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by a poem Ready will IHHiie Iheieon on the Sanl dny and If I''
SlunberlJ Asat 800. Editor Butl-r W"r.nl. eI'hul mouth n" 0 ('n I.", d..1 not In exl- .
LeSlie Lillian ------- Joke Editor' Student Government was held by A. W. Anderson, Jr., (also an- of Dated February thla: A. D.; J:6'uf: 1,1. ,'" "nnlh. (1.1). 873.03 then to the h..lr. ilevlHee ;
WhflfleM _A.t. Joke Editor 17th January '. UI cranteeH. legatee, I legal
Tuesday morning. Many of the nouncer), "0
June A. l>. 1D.15. : '
Our boys and llnlnnce 'orr
W. Anderson. Jr. Entertainment girls basketball !li>M Iniilnir month. no'm'm.lits repreentatlve eaclt
A. committees have been reorganized. A. J. THOMAS. .- of the Maid H 1', '
Editor teams played four games last Mr. Howard now Introduced a Clerk of Circuit Court, durlnir month 357 10 Jarnal. LowellLlvlnffHion ,j
DrannenA..t. Enter. The "Manners and Morals" : Warrant durlnir and ( H.
2IH'.n
Ma. committee 'nlh. AI..nnl
Jessie talnment Editor week. The girls won one and lost chorus from "Oh Professor" which liradfurd County, Florida Halance end of monlh INI.IS H.I. Caroline, Hale, I.y".n 1. .
Torod.PrImari and begins the second semester did l25Et222ftOTICH ttlml.. 5,,. Haln, William L.vinsWay
Lucille one. The boys won one and lost some good singing and danc
Mary : 1
: with r rtalanoe Mary Wolf Cora anil
Elementary :Department new speakers. The recrea- h.lln..1 "nllth. 10.17 'aIila
I Rowll Noegel_Junior HI Reporter tional committee has had Its one-so, you see, our boys and ing.One OK AVPl.irtTlOV Foil'rax n..lpl. "onlh.. 12.40 to all perNon claiming: orthrouirh j
pro Warrant them or .
girls' teams are prettly of the best WKKIINOTIPW durlnir m.nlh 400.00 r"dt, '
evenly features of the
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And
gram cut from two to one day a Ralnnce end 1nnlh. on.linlnnce I to ,11.erMun. firm -

EDITORIALCan't week because of lack of co-opera- matched. program was next+"The Instrumental That Arthur IS F. BaulM ::: Mr OIVK.V.*. Pearl 1 lisgi ), .... N. la tl.4 IlurRtun. btiHlne. *.I is.., unknown.." or t .

tion. The "Chapel Committee" has The first game Wednesday Jan- Trio." composed of Mildred SaulM, holder of Tax No. Receipt :durlnir, : ; month month 41.45 0.93: complalnanl I that are interested In< j
release beautiful forms 420 iHHiieil Sth., I J
you at the dny /September, Warrant or who claim I title I lo thona
Hundley Simeon may
18 between guitar durlnir
uary was the girls b. month
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been kept busy keeping the auditorium A. 1932. hn filed unit certificate 40'U'
| from their marble prisons as well llnl. end month, o I>. certain parcel, of land lying' and! ,.r
In readiness for the chapel team of Bradford High School and Philips strumming the banjo and I In my office. and made .ppU..I..n HI,.', "0. t04.6 belnir In Hradford county, State of1"ioi'lia .
[ as Michael Angelo Jim Moore Edwards for tax deed to Issue rial 11 known and, deecrlbed .
Lake Butler. The game was played playing the beginning month .
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and cordance
programs our chapel speakers. with law. Saul .5 folloWNt Northeant of .
Can't you sway the masses with here. Our harmonica. They presented two embraoeB the following "e..ttfnl. Receipt .Ilrh'M month I I. quarter
The "Attendance Committee" Is in girls lost the final score d..rrlb..d Wnrrant* month 010.110 NurlheiiHt itItrtm'r of IsrorthwiiHtquarter.

[ your silver tongued oratory as did full swing trying to get "us" reluctant being 13 to 2. Our two lone points numbers: "She'll Be Coming popprty, Florida situated to-wlt In: Tot- u. stat County Mouthill I In la.,. end"rln"I h. o. n. 504.1 east, 'I'h .NorHi of half of rinuth iiuarter .

| Beecher and Bryan? students in our home-rooms were made by Mary E. Wynn just Around the Mountain," and "HomeOn feet of l Lot 1 of Hlock 14. Hounded beirlnnlnir nut. %n month. in"nlnnce S At of 11"rt..r .. Nlrlh."t quarter, AI.t ,
South hy .T. O Turner
Lav-
Can't you make your pen promptly at 8:30 o'clock five days after the first tip off. The girls I The Range.". Intention Trubv & Company'N Lend Ailclltluna Warrant Receipt, hiring month 29 21 i Cotnnienclnit Northwest at Nru'h" II east of (', 'ji fouarter

| mightier than the sword? a week but we're all anxious for I. who played In this game were: Miss Katie Fugate then made a Noith-to. Stnrke Quarter In of Went SeCtion Halt 28 of ni''. end monlh.durlnir 0 month l It."iilimce 4 I 2.110 of North quarter:: ". iiuiirter h'nJ 1

those nice Mildred Hundley. Skeet Tlson short talk on "Success" (she .. 1'tf South : nfo. 'tie. If 81.11 run Went Four hundred Five I
Anyone can ask a bunch of questions prizes our pennies buy. rep Hinge 22 Kant.The I I feet, Hoiilh Nine hiiiilr'dl"tfty J
like the above and the answer (You see a penny is the fine for Mary E. Wynn forwards; Marjoile resented the Manners and Morals under the a .twill Hniiit CHtlflcate of culrl Innued pi-opurly, Receipt i .h""ln"lnM"'nlh"onlh I t 3 4.4 tIn I 11"1(III?) t.el. thence. Kant ':
was .
| Is also easy. It in, "No." failing to report and report and Dorothy Marwlck and Vonda Committed of the Student Government I In I the .Ini,,.. of Mrn. II. M. Hnviler. 'Vnrl'nnt.. durlnir month 2911.00 Four. hundred, Nine Five hundred 4405) Fifty t..I. f.thence 1''
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But just review these thoughts.A promptly five days out of every Inmun guards; Myrna Frink was ,. t'nleHM Millil ,"I".,'lrh'.I.I phull tax, deed lioredeemed ."e HI., ,. M,.. U:6 H.v.1 (No'I t..1 to point of beirln-, ''ii f,
center ar..rll. nnln"1 In Men Ion Twenty Fly
daisy can't bring the price week) The "Library Commit- The seventh number on the pro- wil I I I leslie on the lull day of Receipt.* durlnir Imirlnnlnir monlh month flf)2.M4 14 5i f 25"),, belnw TowllKblp 1"ly. (5) "South Jrflliinirn ;

tee' is trying to the library The girls can be excused fcr be- 1'"I'II.ry. A. f>. IJ5. Ono tIll I > Kunt,
paid for an American Beauty.The supply gram wall a piano solo by Louise Bill of .1' A. Warrant durlnir moulh till 1 Twenty :

moon can't shine as brightly with magazines from any ing beaten by such a score as this Webb entitled "The Storm." It was I'. 14.IB.: day) '1nrv. lie I. end) month. (I.H. 1,21401 ( I' '' I;: Vou: and; each of yon i'*. |
811 AT.) Inl..f .lkliiir FinNtnrke ..1 i Ih..k .r"nbince are hereby notified that you are ',1 1madn
| as the sun. and every available source. Comeon. was their first game of the sea- very well played. IIW1"1t'IAr. A. J. THOMAS. Froaeii .\..",. party, ilefendiiiit lo a eult by MIV. It f

A meadow lark can't out-sing a We studious seniors need all son. Then tho "Instrumental Cleric of Circuit 1'1. .n. a I Hnl-nic Norman who aliened I ,\;..
the Trio 1 llruilfiilil Ctu it I 3', 1..lnllll monlh 1 170 IIS that I that he I I.* I the owner of I the : "
j nightingale.An material we can muster to came back with two more numbers 1.1 151.25ix Unliutce "'I nol'h 170.0H fee ulntplo, HH thereto, and PRAYS:I (Jn
automobile can't cover as complete( the term papers and essays The second game took place Immediately "Show Me "0... I A in decree I reniovlnir cloiidR, iiulallna I ; ii'' 't|
: the to Go .
Way I'nlnnce' ,
..II.nlnl month 4,51(185( III la and forever, and von'. ;
i much ground In a day as a plane. that our teachers Mrs. after the one mentioned Home" and "That Silver Haired imitisitlur 01- 1IHAI Halnnce, .,1 n""lh 4,53(165( rirmhiHthe till* rl."rlnK. nld l.nl., tncompliilimnt 1,.

Nevertheless, we should not forget Long and Mrs. Carpenter especially. above between the boys' teams of I.-OHI 4 UI''I' KI.OIIIIH. .IN Mo.. I an Thereby i I and "
Daddy of Mine. After that Sim- .nnulln" .
rlnlance' i
f'l tt'I-liV.: bpirlninir month 8. >48 17Ilillunce vnld any H, ", I
j that the humble daisy has .) delight In overwhelming Bradford High School and Lake eon Phillips took the guitar and M A. I iix Ll'itiditnr, fr Km) 'mouth 5i4I,97! d..r.elnA or InteieHt of any kind I

| cheered many a load-weary trav- ua with.If Butler. The score was quite different sang a solo called "I Took It." lie I hot"li-.tt 1I'I't.' a I y I Hank,t 1 CUI'I.OI' 11I"nr.,, bcRlnnlnir\l>. IM monlh"I RBI I lid .1.11.v Ilh'n"1 nil i peri.., flrma wnil Ii

,
I I have overlooked some of the however as the final score o''I'"II"n.
received end month R54 flit
was so In II'.
enthusiastically riiiiniirf,
NOW TIIKHKFOlti; ii. Vou and each 1
eler.Common birds bring Joy and important committees I trust in this game was: we-,11; they6., that he was coiled upon to make ,.... Cane, ?'o' 43t I I hereby I certify Hint I linlutn'eH the I foieiroInir at- of y... mimed fir not named, 'knownor ,'. ,

gladness to thousands of hearts as that you and they will overlookthe Our line-up was Raymond Plum- an encore. | Wll.MAM I r>R0
they fill the air with sweet song. omissions; after all, trying "to mer and Jim :Moore Edwards forwards In conclusion four on'' Till' 1"\.r'n.lInl.1 ) 1'\ above( Hinted durtnir, and of Ihl receipt,.' nd flrniH or ni"i 11.1'1., ii n'l ,nil I olnlm nerHOIIH I ..'.

The pale moon has been respon- rime some gingle" to enter a competitive ; William Wooten and Kee- essays '1"1 'VIII. Prlmci-i-H, 'IIIAI It. HpondHvlth'MI."I. 'the.nl.I tnoiilh.' I of mv. Inir or havlnir Horizon" ln-ll ., r.I. '
'The 'ere n.i
sible for many happy honeymoons. contest .'!with college sen- too Hairell guards; Simeon Phil writers: Louise w'Kite,rend Irma,by Stock.their I 111.JI'y, ."M. Ihlll 1"/ >J. M Shaw. \Ir.ale" flee knowtiMlfre, und In""t riot,I' belief to the. I nl bc tao t nf. .1.-1 ordered I InndH: herein nnil: r:ifc-:i/ulred;"ci:Ilii'tl to are appear.I In, ,Vjnalil | j

So "Cheer UP." For the place iors 1 is enough to rflalte even a senior lips was center. well Frances ijulman and Myra M. Hlmw" n. .. and," M.. .luiium She v fnIII",,.J. Hint the fnllowlnir, I. n lint of. nil.. rnl., .. II, tha t of. conipluliit Mnn-', ,VIHO
exhibited iiwitlnHt you on fit,
von were Intended to fill. vou are I grow absent-mlnUed. Those scoring Olcn Bee- I '-4I'. anil hlx .. A",lt HhawHltio I'"t., I ticpopjitorlitM$ I I iihowlnir I I the .
.... were: Frink. Too. Mr\\ D. B. Allen of known, wl. Jlui-y Hlmw I In, eneh tit I Ilin rlone of the ilnv the )Fniiith il.iv h of Man h A, I> MV |
[ ; good sized Individual. y tenbaugh 4 points; .Williams Woo- 1" ,1," utiil uM month. I ri ret Mt n tl; and Hieinvunt iuin.: olherwlHe I Hie n l.ort I n.* ofHIII .
Gainesville made l, a very good talk A. Hhaw J.hn M. ,..wl. HH theadmlnlHiiator Iw.11 | | bill of comiilillnt IR""lien '
Then lift where stand. Be I ten 3 Simoon i of the of Hii' rt I 1.1..1' .It or crediteddurlnir I wil .
net .
you Contests HeldIn points; Phillips 2 fe mid offered S te hard a* confeHHpd and u of this
on SH driving a planto nld liv eitch l>eooHltory .
llewta ( Hlhl
I best of which are able. Keeffee Harrell 2 deceiiHecl. H. l'ai-ker; mid' court will be rendered, nwnlnHt you ,
the ca points
you ; points. n the of I
put an end to wreckless driving. I.. (I. Moody I. C. Cola und' H. (' 11"IIT 11..r..t The Hradford, Telewraph,
Remember "the mighty,oak start Elementary Ronald PIUs und Albert L. Crosby Chnpel was then dismissed and Cole I Individually I I and al, ci,-i'll| rtner "lilt iii, or .cl..1 I l "rlll I, iialil account monthbv a newHtuiper:; : puhllHheil Coiinly;: at HtarkeRradford
doing IHIHIUHKH, n" Colo ft 11"1 .nll '' ni I I. h.r.byde.llnILI..I
I also 1ulv county. Florldn
ed out as a nut. pluyed. This game was > r dnllv I balance or I time i
Chapel Thurs.Mrs. the pupils were excused for the Company; Mary iev I Iii.bet Ii a. the newepaper III t,,
.Ii. : ,
Try each day to make a smile very well played. rent of the VVIIIlM ami her hunl>.' rieoiKH W.: lIctlllHltH notice nhall be publlfheilonce
dny. Wltii I thl* BO dny of .
\t hue, Arlila lirnniark ale" knownUN nlhll.1 '.
I grow where none grew before The third litmus I till.. "...11 for four' uonecutlveweek
Walnwrlght's Room In game (our girls ver- ---. Irene n.nnlrk, and her 11..Ian.1J"u.tn i *.
Then I'll two wooden : I> Harsh I A. J (IIIIFFIH, 1
eflttt
wager
you sus the Waldo girls) took place Al" lul. fVinutv SuTierlMtetidenf.lnlere WITNKHrt my hand nit Clerk und ,
Charge MImi known J"
nlckles (without holes) that with Friday January 25: on our court. F.SS.Os': : ('.\\11': JFK l.i'WlH.. 1..wl.. W. nx Io. Lewis ,.< Hint Hlnkliiir Fund Flu. Nntllnlftli the eal of the Circuit 1 Court nfHrudford z

I each low descending sun there will Waldo wUl '.defeated, after hard "--- ala, .. known. .an 1"WI"j. I..wl.: J. Al. %e.. Aeet.N r'f'"Iy. t"l"rhl., Ihl. the 20
The a llnl. Her. Inl.1 day uf January A. 1 ii. ) .
Elementary chapel held its I.ewlH ,I Iso known an John, M. f..\vlH, .
world Marwtck '
be at least two In the By Marjorie
people fought battle 25 to 2. A. .1 '' o
regular session Jan. 21 Alexander T.ewlM, A r. I.ewlH. ThornHN I. 4'1"1 AR.
I who will be glad that you live. Thursday ( llth Grade) t.ewlM, T. C. f.ewlN.1 Mmlly Lewis, in sii.on ait.on 1 Clerk Circuit (oitrt,
third period. Mrs. Grace Wain- Our starting line-up was as follows In become Harah l.ewlM, John Alexander, ( I Ira. Ii & 2ff 4K5.41 465 41 llradfonl County: Flofldii.,
Ideas received from
( Anonymous camp you acquainted hn John C'. ; .1. C. Kdil .. IR 21 a 25 21,21
Wright's third grade was In charge. : Marjorie and Dorothy Mar ni 1.,1.1. A. H. CHEWS, .
Ilnnk
anil locntlon. Jax Flunalanoi
I Selection). with nature-you look up at the John H. Kailn, .1 ,,1 I llenrlnttaKinID I .. Solicitor Complainant, ,
-. "A Child's Hymn." a song by all, wick guards; Mildred Hundley and beautiful minsets that are so wonderfully hid I, wife I (' N. Shaw anil hi. .I I( .t a.I-OI-S.t, til
was first on the and theLord's Mary E. Wynn forwards; Myrna wife Theodncla Hhaw. Francln I. I
THE hORIZON program reflected on the lake and 'nl, F. I. II'RI. Huinuel, C'. Lane, tOI"s'l'l ii I f''':'I's'l'l'V's n.1..r.. _. -- -----.----- -
aid Salute fol }Frlnk center. I
Prayer Flag your thoughts rine to a higher II fane .nd A. Lane hil wife "O''I'U.V'U'I II :-
By Dot Marwlck lowed. (Stephen' I RH wiiardlan, T. C. 5IF1'l' 01' 401 MI'V NfllOOI. Kl > "" out-sly sI-pI.IlIx'rgsI)14x'r'rs:
Points were made by the following plane and you think of the more l.t-wlM A. I.. I.ewlH lOmllv I..wl.! llrndfoid C'ollly. fur the monlh of MO..I..I w axsl I,. MTtTM.HIMT -
Standing on life's divide we scan Another song "My Old Kentuc- : Mildred Hundley 14 points; worthwhile things In life. and Harah, rewl; Ir. M I I, .", July inn. OF .01..1. NC-IIOUI. Flixti'sitraIfrrI ,
[ the horizon searchingly and long- Hi own. M. II. I.. T. Hhaw, fur the month of
uunly. -
ky Home was next and then Mr. Mary E. Wynn. 7 Eunice I ilenernl ttchool
points;
Another one of the most bcautl! lrwl T. Hhaw, t>r. I'. II. Nohlo iilnolinown ,. I".no 1031.
What do those dark and Actual liii Inn'e I August -
Ingly. it n'
i made his Williams, 4 I C, 'II NolilHR. C.Clemoim n.5I.T
Gray its
announcements. points. Henry General Nchiiol Fntid
ful features of is the Mi.celpta "' month
omnlous thunder. .camp en- also known ait H. ) n. 'JIII .
{ clouds
signify Wnrrant monlh,, I iIlfilI.aII Bal. heirln.I month e.,721 01
[that fogged plghtlng'with its enthralling -! Then a contest was-'held to see The girls played a good game trancing moon-light nights. The oim anil I.enh Clemonn" his wife j ITalnncti I ..' I"rh.1' Receipt durlnir month 470 to j,
Tho %V. PIM. J. < Mcl.ernure andHimlu ".n'h ? 0.13.8
1 beauty and hints of dan- which pupil could recite the poem and we hope they always do as rippling lake Is male beautiful McUemnrK, hIs wife, A. M.Hhaw Nneclnl, 'Ins 1..h..1 nl.frl'f, W..rr..nl., month durliiK .,month_ .__ .720 13Hnl 'k
.ld --
gerTVhat does the rapturous 'The Will and .the Way." best. The than words can ox press.In I .W. I I. ('I.n.n. and .1",1., l'u..I" t.'h.1. 1..1..1 T*' Mckoel ll".. ..48.IMIp..lnl
well.The lilM Margaret \ 1.
contestants were: Dorothy Green "I.mun. wife ni I. lii'ifln." month, I.. 1358:2 Fun.. IH."IHt lluniled 11.rl'f"
lourth
( beauty of the delicately tinted game played here the out-of-doors you gain a the unknown helm at law )loKiiteeHand month liut. I 1'.

I clouds portray those clouds yonder Pearl Jones Geraldine Silcox and Friday afternoon. too Just after more thorough knowledge of many and:I daxlHvea of I'i. I* of Ward J II.dnceaHed.Cone ,deceHH and ofItohei Il..II.I., **dl'lnK durlnir' mouthHiiliiiica 11.11 IlulancH liPKln Ito,1.. ). 12504

[ etched in silver ? Selma Thornton. Geraldine Sll the girls game was ended. Our Interesting and beautiful aspects of I .t I..wh. dMreimed, and of each end n.....nf. NO.>i l > I H. 12110 I..lpl.*diirtnir,""' month month. 23 300: .87, t

cox won with Selma Thornton run. boys played the Waldo bOY8 and nature such us wild flowers of them! the Inl""wn I'H"OI.s .un.HtlltOM llnl. h" In. 2 1"1 104.17 '1 1lii
Thus dimly we see Into the future a close second. trees ( 'V. UeirlHter Company month ( III I 11027ItecelplH 1 Hal end "," U.I.
I -infinite In its and lIng wcro clefc.ited by a 11-15 score. birds insects", makes, squirrels and .n I ",''nll. .,r a partnerHlilii; ",".In. month 49.14WI"rll' .,. NO. arial
hopes '* month k
[ fears. Yet we must go on pre- !1r. Gray then laid before the Jim Moore Edwards and Olen countless other wonderful things K.t.vnn.J. Kluiw:10' N,. Himle Anilnrnon' I I. ,Cone uml' luinli'l l.lnnl": : U K.: I'" "ld "."rl,1, (1 1. 060.fl. Reclpt b.gll dnrln.mon,month o.li I 1)50 21 (U(4 a

( paring for the storms and calms grammar school teachers a plan ncedcnbiuigh, forwards; William Then too, tho starlight nightsare Antlei'Hon, hU wlf.: I If alive, and Ifnny Pal ,"..f. *.. !II .. dlrllK, month 4 80 (5.1
lii'xln. month, f > I II. 1.4094 (
for the primary council In which Wooten and ICeeffee Harrell to of the most Interesting of them 1. d.'I. then In theununown Hal eml monlh I oU.I 1128.3"I
me one
I of life's sea, for the unknown. hal I IV, leval I repreHenlntlvvH. 1..I.IIrln.\ monlh 4 I 0.77 ,it. 5... aFlnl

I Building to the best of our ability they would get together and work guards; and Simeon Phillip, cen- features of camp life. When ilevlHWH. leKnleew andKranleeo 'Vn."I.". o".111 h.month".! >. In 2 begin OHReceipt '_ 1,82(1117(

I the social and out problems concerning the pu ter: composed the starting line you know the stars and constellations of each "uth d.c.1&' Comlany per 111. "Iii.',. \l>. 4Pnlance .11 durliiK month "'.
physical mental A. IteftlMter -
and to W. monthHnl 4 stIll
MO Hi 1 .1 mi rio g
I spiritual Bides of our lives; attempting oils welfare Then after warningthe up. Eumter Barley and Ed To- the heavens seem to divide i ItH unknown HiicreHHorM. MfiI U. ItecHlotH beirlnnlnir dtirlnir' I month month 7.RI) W'.uH.end month, (.3.1. 1.225.83

I to become as nearly four- pupils against throwing paper rode came Into the game later and themselves into groups Instead of to tees> to and liona miniumIf ite I : :rl Ward t i.ti, : WI.lnl. durlnir Ino",1 t .11' ill.. Mi. 4 "

I square an He who us life. in the halls and on the ground and both played a truly marvelous being n confused mass of stars .3(,r., Thelma {.. \ rr(Tr\ Kelly Ilnlall'. ,",1 "".mi i I 7.RI Halance beirln' month 7.00.80
gave Ira niHi. M. 'I i Receipt durlnir monlhWarrnnlw .
Trusting Him to lead us safely innouncing that there would be no game. they are like.,fi'leads.-When you Smith her ''HIIO.I.her iinurltn' ", <)lna NordelieiKaind him I. beirln.' month, o.H. 1,3771! "durlnir, month

'school the next. afternoon chapelwas Points were made by the fol. see stars and constellations appearIn her licIanI. HUKO I'eneipiH, .II'lnl, monlh 58 5)V ) Hill onil month . 1.4'11..t. ..
(through all; in that which lite Nurd..I..rM' ,,rij nt month II lilt' N,,. tlHal.
(holds for Its mortals and then- dismissed lowing: William Wooton, 4 points; the west every month you are (Morene)rvlll I I,, Ward Witnl' ,I. : I Ia \ ('a ti I Hal "".In.. dll'lnl I". > l>. I,022.Bui b Kln. l.nlh. O.K.Receipt 1.32951 ,

------....-- O1_ a_ _n_ _Rpprlenhjiiip-h._ ___ ___ --- 3 nolnta!. delighted to ..e.. your old friends In Ward and MrM.1rI, rl 1 ,vr'lW. .. 1)1I. \i.. 7 I diiilnir' limo i ii OIG I Iw
ho knows-we may become as u---- lialance month I 10711 I ,...._. ....I.. .... .1
UV.ip.l_ Utfi* nm AII'H." lllnlnl -
mmortal as time Itcelf la I Us s..- SK.N1OK PERSONALITIES Sumtcr Harley 2 points; Simeon view again. ; Ward. bin wife W.rd, TloHcita Ab 't.'m'i'llite II"II1 If1 I 4.71, iii;i. end; monili,; ;, O I). 1.2'i.i
Phillips 1 point; and Jim Moore P'Ii..1 Mathiiny' .ami ,. her hua- 5''nrrNlts .I"ljnA mon! __ iiint.. 'So. r
Not do learn about
'nt reach Into eternity. Rloulne only ydu nature :band I. M.I'. Mathony! the place ofrenldenue Hul lance T.' h 111.f i Hill., beirln. month, 11281
-. FombyOn Edwards 1 point. but you build "up your physical each of whom ". unUnowJii 4 |r ... ft,,. N I Receipt. ,,1"rllA month 2.4,1(
February 21,'1617, in Quincy Though out boys were defeated -tbe the ; Samuel It. Ward anil Mrx.Mamuel I Hal. bfitIn. month o.1).__ 8710 Warrant' month
TilE HORIZON body- Invigorating air hi wife of Kecelpl'" month.Warmnln __ 5.81 Hat end. month'I. I i&4 '
I II. Ward d.lnM -
Florida a tiny baby girl with dark Waldo didn't get the game withouta "I
pure water the, wholesome( food M3 Humlnole Ave., Atlanta, month ._ IU. M.I. H
By Louise Kite brown eyes was born to Mr. and hard fight and abundant exercise all tend to W. Ward and Mr. W. W. Ward;i r. lIst ..n,1nlh.n.. I D.IH.t. SBT.5 Hal., b.",". ".nlh. 0.1. 367.31
Man Is to A. wife ea-h of 1 iMiMln. la.; HloxhamWlird Nn. 10rtul. llHcelpi "",1111 ,7( ,
looking forward a Mrs. R. Fomby. The next game takes place tonight
.
strengthen your body. and Mr*. Illoxbain Wmd his lieirlnnlnir month 1871 Warrant durinI month 2.to -.
lawn of brighter hope better Klouise now a senior has at Lake Butler. There will bea wit. of Hotel llellnvue. Han U.'I.I.'| ilurlnir month 1.01: llnl. end o l>. 3DV.O.I 't'
Camp life alto: teaches fair .01 and allpermm Warrant monthItal. Just. Mo. 10
ealth and life and We Cal I. any more abundantly. girls )1)1
boys game. hopeto .
"frown to be five feet six Inches play teamwork sportsmanship and *.claiming any right title, or end -22i.06 Mill beirln. month 2U.O"l
Ian must have a definite aim into tall: and weighs 118 pounds. She see many Bradford High School ,Interest 'n or the following ua- IIUI. Mo. II Receipt, during month' 9.4"
learn to make friends. easily __
if" you Tlal beirln. mi.nti O l I'. 418 Warrant during "lh. 2700)
succeed. A young man Is a member of the Glee Club ands supporters there.Debating some that will remain with "dhel l.nll. to-wi:. Kecelptn. durlnir month 14.4 Hul. end month ... -"_ : '.
you In the
ithout an ultimate aim is mere student. She likes to Lot II except two arr. WHrrnnt" diirlnar monthrial .... hisS. Mo. aOI.4
a good throughout your life. HoutreaM ..ro.r. and HieNorti end moat on.nut. I 40,1.63 Rul. heirln. r..
.n.h. o 403 63
utty. but the man with a definite 12 nil In Heo.lion .
half of rot ,
dance play basketball, sing read Club \ rj '
u In"'I"* durlnir month ".00
Im has a conquering spirit. He and debate. She dislikes There Is still another phase of 7. Townahlp H'.iilh. Ranic Flu I. lii'itln ".nlh. Ol>._ 401(13( ', durlnir month ?
Biologyand the
hines out upon the horizon like a two-faced people. She Is very Organized Here camp life-this la the promotionof HW'i 20 Saet of, Heel and Ion the 8,NW'of Townnhlp I 7Houth. Wlrr."I.""A.I"I." durlnir riurlnir, month month.__ Iii I Hal.. end month 1)1st. (Mo.'.1 I. 13 38061

ixed star seeing the end from the quiet.. Christian Ideals. Hrnilford. Kana-e County 20 Florida.Take ':ast. .All In 11.1. .ld mi>0'h. o l>. 401.3 ?.. beirln. lonlh., 01. .... 400.0 '
IHI.0.' litPalunce _
.
eglnnlng. Debates On Popular Subject To Camp life In 'other words develops notice that a suit has beenln'ltuted beirlti., no,. OH.Receipt 504 17 1..I" niiMith __
S
Imagination Is the inventive Guy Frlgo Be Given In Chapel your in four ways--mental hy the flllnur In the of a above sworn n.m.c Court during month 2470 Hul end mut'.I"r'n/, II.l 3n'.(IJ i-'
%Warrant month .,.
reative Image making power( of A baby boy was born to Mr ly physically socially' and spirit pliilnl by the above ; ..ttlO'.l Flnl. end mU'h.
the mind. who ually. Smith all Liquidator, for l>l .. 141 durlnir I.J. 41s.4,
The young man and Mrs. John Frigo, with blue A debating club has recently Dank o R".III.
County Hal h"Kln. O.Ii---- 374 I 18
,
I mon. *
_
during
an look Into the future and create blond been members of >. plaintiff: seakinc to"quint, and con Ionll _
eyes and hair on Sept. 7. organized by our I fee Receipt during monlh 71.44 Uul. end month, ,._ 470 firm his title nn Indefeanlbln .
lor himself for Import- 1917 in hag Senior class. The CALENDAR OF EVENTSFeb. an W.r.anhl durlnir monlhllul. l lt. Ma. IH
a position Lawtey. Guy now English great nlmule title to above deacrlbedlamli I
end I month ri I 11.Hint. 30274 Rul.
nce will moat' likely make such reached the height of five feet six er part of this week haIL been 4 -Senior girls Glee Club. against you:and each nf you .Mo. ITHnl. flecelpt.'begIn durlnir n.nlh.month O I 11*. .__ 20374

dream Feb. a Junior girls Glee Club. a* defendant*, an< also, airaln the hewln. mo. A- 1835H XVnrrnnt 8.0U
.
iliirlnw
coie4rue'. Inches and weighs 144 pounds. Hex spent In "practice-debating" on the ntho month _.

Man's future*'is'greatly dependble liked by all of his school mates following subjects: i 41)) )Rasolvecl, Feb. -8--3enior boys Glee Club. The following First National d.t.n.l.nu.flank of nl'n.-to.w't. Warrnll.irerelnt ""rln.dlrlnl month mon}h.. ,. I.UO Vial' end month lit.,,.'O.W 9... _IT' _. 11.7

shotld' F 'b. 7--Junior boys Glee Club. I vlllo, a'corporallon.1, llaltle l 1). 'nl., '
upon his character motives and teachers. Ho likes to play That Congress enact the also I known; a* MH.. V. I.vnn and .n.1 m. ;I'.f.O Me. .1' 10.01 begin month ut. 1,15454

-et no" man think he is not Import basketball, go to Lawtey and ex- Townsend Plan; _'(2) Resolved Feb. Assembly 'sixth period. 11>. U. Lynn her hunband, A. R Hhitw f-tnl. heirln. month .I'.? 1,214(1(1( 1..lpl.. *durlnir ilurliig-' month la.al

int.; The problem of character Is eels In spelling matches. That the Federal Relief Program Debates-tn. hapet.. Jo wife.. .R L.Wllwin-drown ail U.and* Wile Millie on his L.Hrown receipt durlnir O.nlh. 81.40t Hal end monlh, (3 ii. _. 1.1X24 .,
Warrant' ilurlnir, .
ltimately one of self control. a* at present", conducted, should be ---=-- -- his wife, A. A. tnll"". alI rial I. end month m.nl'.h. 1.15454liXrreot 3f Inlere A s.MlnhliiB.- 'a Fund

The trouble with too of Sludon abolished. FOURTH GRADE Mr*. Mamie Ward and Ci.klog Fund begin.
many tin Mignon THItt IH THKHRFORP! TO COMMAND nlL l.nl-o- s
21'.4
It that we are' shooting at nothing On the fourth day of March Both questions are at present Test week Is over again and we YOU AND KACIf OF ..YOUto Flnl. beirln. monlh. .__:. 4180tfcelpt 1..II"W.rr.nll"
Ind hitting It every time. No rlv 1919, there was born to Mr. and much discussed and we have had will soon be getting our report appear on Monday In saId the above 4th entitledcaune day of Warrant* ,IIrln.month month,___ 20H.5H t..1 ..,.1 mo"I" 29.1.55 5i'tse.ihIS

Ir can raise higher than its source; Mrs. W. E. Slsflon la Mobile. Ala.. some excellent arguments on each cards. February, A. I>. InaS. otherwise the I'a I. mil 355,43 Ital. begin ,ml'mnh -,
Ind no than his and affirmative Mrs. Hart finished reading allegations of saId bill of complaintwill ( mn.l.. 9 ee.l 1.1 l'll ,
man higher pur- a beautiful baby girl with gclden negative given. I be taken an confeHeil by you. nl. N. H".llt.d.rln" no"th 1
begin month
lose. Aim high. bit hard keep curls and Mfairrr--t) eyes who they Debating Is a valuable part of "Miss Minerva and William Green Wltnen my hand anil 'h. .tt"'I' Receipt;during month "II.tl HaL ond .lurlni mntti 110.01,

,olng, and you will get somewhere named Mignon. This little girl has any high school English course fort Hill." and is now reading "Billy seal t..r of County said Court( at, Htnrke 3rd Ir"d. 'VlrrAnl" dnrLN month II. l mon'hl.S "H.Tt -

for where there's a will there's a grown to the height of five fejt : not only gives the students ex- and the Major" to us. J.nuary.< A. Plnrl.i.t. 1,11 Hal I. end x.is. II, o. .21 8250 I.1."lpt.. liegin during __h._ 9501 72.57 441't

ay"4 six inches tall and weighs 123 client training In formal argument We won the prize for havingthe l A.A.J.Clerk' Circuit AM. Courtllradford nnl.' heirln. m.nth. 4(1( IJ 41 Warranl. "imrltg lonl n".II .

-- pounds. Mignon is a very popular but also gives practice In I largest number of patrons at Country Florida.OFFft'IATa W: **durlnir:ilurlnv: minth month 404.40 I ..... .nd. monll. ..0'1.48

KINCIPAI. BUYS MAGAZINESAND girl; on the campus. She was seeded spoken English. In the near future P, T. A. the last meeting and so ( KNIOHT.Attorney HKALKNKIHT > end month 9G9." n.... begin. month Ut T /

HISTORY BOOKS by the football boys as onof we hope to debate with students we are going to get two new nags for Plaintiff Hill lievln' m"nlh.Mo. IH 212 25Pti'eijits 11..1\11 Warrlnlll,lmirlng during month mDnlh .. "

the sponsors for the Homecom of near-by schools. and a wall vase with our money. 1-4-51-2-11 dtirlnamonth 14452 In ,n.n'h ._ 590.01 fiiak f--:

Mr. Gray has ordered and recelv- Ing game this year. She Is Secretary Any visitors who are Interested Mrs.. Hart. I t'Ot"i,1'y sc-pgiiIxTesx'r's: Hal Warrant end ",dlrlnl.n'h month-_._ U" 77 lag t'is.t ..nd ..u".lun-F.. Nat Hank t4

I twenty-four copies of the "ChiU of the Senior class Treasurer are invited to attend a debate this --- --.--. ii-irirm HO.TItl.V ttv (' .I"'f.l. si'4'JicMi'x'r KI !>"- heck used f..*.... Hal hereby certify that the ror..o. 'kinut.
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lfe" magazine for supplementary of the Book Club and Manager of afternoon. In the high school auItoruim. SECOND GRADE' H rail for<1 County I..UOOI. monthof Fla,hereby NIII.nk certify Jnx that" 1. _the. ..fnrevoInir 141.51I the. Ciatenimflt leginning. ot shiiwiii the month b..e"herein.t I

ork and reading for the fourth the Girls Basketball team for 193.1 It isto be a part of We are very happy to have GlorIa Jun.Cleiieral lOIS. School Feed Htatement, ahnwlnir balance* at .hoy.slated In.1 ot the re.'eipta and ; -,

ah, and sixth grades. This is a She like dancing. ringing to the weekly assembly program Price with ua again. She!! ..wiu Balance bevlnlnc month..! I* *ll "the iV b..I".ln.. .or,) of the the month receipt herein and' i.ou.d 'i n"o month,, ai my corn.eponIs t.f.vu. .: -

i od thing we be9"ve, as the wear fraternity pins and identification from 1:20: to 2 JO p. m. very ill before Christmas. and) then Warrants l ite'piPtl during durlnc month month ,14.501)17 issued luring sii.i month, norre.sp'ii' .., .n. is (roe fo the best 0' mY

ammar grades do not shave the bracelets. brunettes with blue she went to Miami to get well be- Palanc End ot month.. .__- .f.II.3 1.170.1' flue, and with I* true the 'record<> the h"pt of my of mfknowledge of. the knowiedg.' the and h.U.t. a 1.1.list... certify of all 4'Cninty

vantage of a good library as doe eyes. frankness, chewing'gum. and TENTH GRADE NEWS I fore returning to schooL This is 5p.e'hul, T., .rk_l II"frl. I and belief I nlno I certify r.I"111 I. showing thehlaicim
lead' imsieSiaC H. .. UI..I.f. ; I that the I list of all 1r.egch :: IL ei's. of the
rouo.'n.
high school She dislikes The Tenth Grade la planning for .
grades.Also football games our week for putting on the chapel Illet. 1. ('County Jh.ptsitonl.ii, showing the ''n.nlh, first itated .n.1 the- 41
thirty-six copies of the tbdying aq'!a b and cauliflowers their chapel program to be held program, and we are hoping every Dalance rti-clnnln month month_ '*..7929li 3ftl balance In each at the clone of the amount at interest. pal. or ereihited ,

Itatory. of Transportation" have h tcHcctual type of boy and Alge- ext Friday. We are going to try one will enjoy our effors. We f..I"t.*during during month. .00ItH amount month herein of Internet first ,*'At.fir. and credited the during,>u"'y" said ant month( .nloun'b ot Maul interest Dc- .,".

en received for uae In the history bra to make it a big success. What want the pupils to visit our room Balance End month O.n _. 135.50 dnilnir' sushi month, ,.al..Hol sail ').- ".Id .r credited.during said mooCh t,5

id Industrial Geography classes. are we having? Music Music Mule and tee our "Farm on the sand Balance bevlnnlnir.nimt. monthKeeelpte 91 poeltory. credited anil the durlnir. .al.! 'InterestSaid uunth .r current, said daily Lepositury balances on or seuelnt lime .'

The. magazines and booklets The Argentine supplies Great -that's all I can tell you but table during month 431,15 ..h *alil iNipoMfttnry .,n ". .-it hi'posit -
make school Britain with HOO.OOO.OOO worth of come out and see it. Public Is Invited. Warrant durlnc month .. / *.14 furrent, daily balance* or lime Witness m hand this dsy ofAug.
more Interesting Roberta Whltfleld. Balance end month 0.0. 094.75. 1533. I .
d we thank Mr. Gray for them. billed beef annually.: Reporter. nif. !.. S depuelis.A.. .1. (IItII"F134. A. .1 ORII"
Balanee month._' 51.55
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"I'AOE) FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TBZEOItAPU! BTARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY.'FEBRUARY J, 18.\1
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Hampton; Interment followed in whom they had loved'so long,
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; LG.Ht; : = : Sante Fe Cemetery a large The pall bearers
I FLOR1IJAr -II : 6riG NNE, 1w4bus among :were M. I L
i concourse of sorrowing friends and Waterson, C. L. May j0nn Ran 1

I focietyJ loved onee, who had gathered to I U.; jV'Wlnn. Cyerel Mayncr, an
pay their last respects to one Charlie Dyal.

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J ocal'Players: Take Part China Missionary to 'Ft//N A 7Na- NOTICESolicitors

l ;:Jn. :Bridge Olympic. Visit Gainesville J .' .-, THe .tDA"I.PAJr t 'r '
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I ,, \ The fourth world Bridge Olym- Mr. T. Z. Koo, Ph. D.?known to K_ t

} ",Ac, will' be held today' (Friday) thousands of Americans"..''on. of for out of town dry cleaners are

February'&V>8:01.p..m... allover the .idlest" and most 'ldte, r MingOrientals M N,+M1A rW,1.: .

the globe when bridge players will ,,who has "como....,?to this 4 ,; ;N. H obtaining clothes by 'representing' themselves' *

:; 'gather about tables to teat their country, will speak at the Univer- .-. '
,(N+ knowledge' 'D1'eklll! In reaching sity, of Florida Auditorium, In 4 1 M as soliciting for STARKE DRY
Gainesville on Friday. February 8, -
f d' the par prepared result,hands for each of the sixteen at eleven o'clock ''a. m., _____ CLEANERS. When ,giving out, your
Dr. Koo is 'graduate or"e.. : a
a i., Bridge ,players here will 'meet John's University of Shanghai, e'a : J+ : clothes be
they given to
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. official f sure are representa
China; for nine years was an
this at eight .
P. Carpenter evening
,of the Chinese railroad. In -
S o'clock to>take part in the World member of the Second tives of STARKE DRY CLEANERS.
1925 be was a
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i Bridge Olympic., .,.
Y : wFlftyy"dlffer'erlt ,Opium Conference called in
'countries, represented Switzerland by the League of Na- hV JUNIUS SMITH.
by more than 200.000 play tions, being one of the three chosen -
.r.; era will start the contest simul through thirty-four organizations I
taneously. None of the winners of to represent the Chinese people
past years has been a widely pub.IlIcllled as a whole. Recent years he el. t -
expert. On the contrary, hag spent with the World Student w '
GOLD MEDAl. "KITCHEN.TESTED"
the tltllsts have come from the in India, Aim-
Federation visiting -
% rank and file of average players; rail a and Europe.Dr. 1tl. ; /5r'I 1 .t rAs It 4 H i. .,,,I>,laJUl.orSeir-KU.lng: : ,
To the winners will be awardedthe a.
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Koo comes to Gainesville as
custody of the two platinum """
the advance speaker on the Florida
World Championship trophies val. Chain, of Missionary Assemblies, ,. FLOUR6lb.
ued at each and costly replicas -
V? for$10,000 permanent possession. which will be In Gainesville Feb. ... .. L'7.. ,,''

r Other beautiful silver trophies, 360 ruary 20 21 and 22. c;: 'e, y ',' Bag 1x-16. Bag 24lb. lIag
4 i s
to' attend rrl hr102DAS'
The public Is invited \
In all, will be given the championof '
state and the Koo lecture and to the eve I'C'I m""slN1s '
every country pro '
vince. ning assemblies during the regu- : { ,;.../""v 35c 63c $1 L23

j lar session. There is a small admission .>t,,: ", <"; NMCECANOMYRULEt
i'i <
for the UNIQUEZOOJLOGY ".f ,
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fee or registration ', '"'' .
daytime sessions. ".;: ?<>;--
Say a prayer
) : Granulated
DIXIE
s CRYSTj\LS-Flnelt
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For little Willie '' "
'y ,. Just couldn't atop W. M S. Circles CLASSiv ACTION '/ ",co...'..'"...oi -4>...-.";"A.;'"\ .,"'''J ,. ..f4.i1fL t'" ...4 SUGAR 10 Lb. cloth bag ,49c

Eating our Chill. Will Meet ," ii,,1rr''t.' '.. ..". 1'4.v ,,,,, '.).;

.- _The circles of the Woman's Missionary The reef GECKO is a, very small dullson.. Below the surface of the sea, students ,---- -- ----.-'-- ----- ---Ctn--
1-lb. ctn 4-lb. 8-lb Ctn
FINEST SHORTENING
Society will meet Monday colored lizard scarcely 2 inches in in the marine
university zoology
And the barbecues, hamburgers
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afternoon at three oI! lock,home'of.qircle length. It is'a native of warm,,climates1** class have established a laboratory. Both COMPOUND 14c 53c '.99c

oysters and short ordersare No.Mrs One J. W.will White meet, with at the Mrs. White and the southern ,tip of Florida the .,, ,men and women students, don diving "., ,

equally as good. : and Miss Amelia Ray as hostesses. only locality in the United States where helmets and descend to the bottom -' -_.--- ---,-----
Circle No. Two will meet at the it is found. The name Gecko is derived'-".' 'Where they learn by observation, just NEW-IONA.SPAGHETTI OR
HALL'S ,PLACE home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.,Bel- from a peculiar,"cry uttered by some of how fishes and other ocean animals behave .
{, Near Seaboard Station cant, Jr, Hostesses: Mrs. Bessant the species. \i ;i in their own world. ''Classmates, MACARONI 7-oz.. Pkg. 5c
''fS.ftp*.- and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott.ti's One of the .strangest educational ')n deck the school research vessel, pump:
courses in the world is conducted at tlr*; : "'\\Jr .through the tubes while their fel-) ------ -----

y .University!. of Miami by Dr. Jay'IV- ;iP, "* era_ in_session below.U. SULTANA-Large Red
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FLOWERS" !': I ; ., BEANS 3 28-oz 25c
large
D.: Ci: Chapter '*# ;Music: Clubs MeetsThe WyattHinsonMrs. cans

'-FOR ALL OCCASIONS Will Meet *
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Fortnightly Music Study Estella Q. Hlnson
MRS. L. G. POWELL The local chapter of '''United Club met at the G. W. Alderman announces the marriage of STANDARD QUALITY
STARKE FLA. PHONE W8-J daughters of the Confederacy'will home on North.Walnut Street last her daughter, TOMATOES No. 1 Can 5c
Friday afternoon. Okie,
-- meet Wednesday, February 6th at QUAKER MAID
; Part three (John Tasker How- to
jt, I three o'clock. in Lawtey, at the ard's book) ."Euterpe Builds Her Furman C. Wyatt, of Bradenton KETCHUPMARY 2 14-oz. Bots. 25c
home'of Mr. and Mrs: George W. American Home"}1860 to the present Sunday, January 20, 1935 ANNCORN

HAIR CUTS __________,_____20c Roberts Hostesses: Mrs. Roberts, Ing.was The commenced compilation at of this Civil meet-War and The Mr.marriage Wyatt took of Miss place Hinson at the MEAL 5 Lbs. 12c
Mrs. W. E Torode, Mrs. Hal Ed-
sl Song was told,by Mrs L A. Ca- home of the bride at Hampton at FINEST DRIED

SHAVE _. ______15ci wards Mrs. Effie Miner and Mn. nova, and severa4of.the, Inspira- 10 o'clock a. m., with Rev, G. E. ,
________-_ : Annie E. Dinkina. NAVYBEANSWESSON : Lb. 5c
... It. ,:. tional and sentimental songs were McGauley performing the cere.
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: : 1.' sung by the groupi present, i with mony in the presence of J'a -few OIL Pint Can IScI
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TAKE MlM'S'IRON"Tl'NIO Mrs. E. K. Ferryman at the piano. friends 'and relatives. ', ':
FOR RHEUMATISM. Mrs. G'H. Loy.rypre"ldent, an- Mrs: Wyatt, daughter 'of ''Mrs.
CITY_ BARBER SHOP INDIGESTION nounced several''musical treats in Hinson and the late G. W. Hinson, GRANDMOTHER'S, Plain or Sliced
Also line Minn's White Oil, surrounding cities, for those desiring was born and reared in' Bradford 14-oz. 18-oz. 24-oz.
.. Liniment for Flu and to attend, such as Minneapolis 1
County and was graduated from
Pneumonia. Symphony Orchestra. Mischa El-I BREAD 6c 8c lOc
ASH.VOVR.DEALER! the Starke High School the class 1
man Green Pastures John Charles of '33 and'has endeared herself
J Thomas. Joseph'Helfetz and oth- to a host of friends who will wish ,

'a. ers.The her much happiness.: A&P Tub or Print Nutley Lb.
club an invitationto
1' Gainesville accepted the evening of Feb- they Immediately left for Bradenton after the where ceremony they Butter lb. 37c Oleomargarine 12c
: ruary 11, when the Philharmonicwill
will reside. ,
.. RICE 5 Lbs. .18c entertain our, club. .
GREEN'SP Mrs A. Z. Adkins will be hostessfor Winner
the next regular meeting at Intermediate C. E.Meets BREAKFAST Sunnyf leJd, Fancy:Sliced

her home Friday afternoon, Feb The Intermediate'Christian Endeavor
8, at four o'clock sharp of the Presbyterian Church 37c GRITS.5'QJ :15c
1 Baconlbe :
: > MUSTARD Qt. Jar lOc *. mot Friday afternoon. January '18,
Baptist W. M U. Notice
: : for their. first meeting.since Christ- ONA'S .
No. 2 Can
l LEE-ZING The Circles oi the Woman'.Mis- fas lialh'w PICNIC Cedar_ Valley

1\4 IRISH ..' -, "- -, _,.: noon Church sionary.alt;'JJnion will three-thirty'o'clock.>xneV of!>the t' Monday First Baptist after the the'lubJect.';:a4rs.J lesson a.*Lowry'.was.of.1ealfDavl which: Missions' leader will leadthe' was of HAMS,,lb.! 15ci 'Tomatoes '25c

Circle number-one will be enter lesson at the next meeting
POTATOES 10 Lbs. lOc FOOD STORE 1 tained by Mrs. E. L; Biggs and which will be held the first Friday Whole Mlllt i" ; Olbb't oull-H d,POIJ.K At
,. :; Miss Wilma Alexander at the In.February. The members decide ,?;.

.'Cj j .,' Biggs residence on Walnut Street; ed to have a meeting twice a Cheese Ib. '21c Beans 16-oz 5c
'?, Specials Friday'' and Saturday; Circle two will meet with Mrs. month Instead of every Friday .
Robert Jackson,
t
Florence E. Canova and Mrs. Rich-
Tomatoes 3 No 2 25c ard Q.' Kidd at the Canova residence Publicity Chmn. ,
\Ni l cans Telephone 86 We Qeliyeij : Circle number three will be .

{j !.t entertained by Mrs. P. M. Bare- Junior :Music: Club NoticeThe : NUCOA Lb. 18c!
fl .; foot and 1IIIr .lL1oyd J. Green at
; : 6 t ns. 12 LBS. 24.LBS the home of'''tblt'l former on Call Junior-,: Music Club will meet
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; Ill-MKO:: SELF.RlSING. g Street. nextWednesday afternoon at the "Try a package of the new Nucoii. made from pure whole p w-
FLOUR
: Presbyterian Manse.at three-thirty. teurlzed milk and finest vegetable oils Compare It with the
All members of the circles'areurged
t. cooking and baking fats in
23c 43c 84c o'clock. you are now using.If every way
? ; ,. ,to attend., you are not delighted with the new Nucoa, and do not find It
I, The meetings have been changed more f from once a week to the first of the new Nucoa, with your name and address to no, and
:k GROUND JELLY 35-oz. Jar 15c and third Wednesday"afternoons we.will give you DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK."
; and the members are asked.to bear
RITZ THEATRE
25c 1 thla In mind. '
2Lbs. SULTANA--Smooth. Rich 1-lb. JarViig-lb. Jar
COFI-EE.: + :
H i'
? (94 Pecentr.: j., STARKK ;FLORIDA+ 10. E.:'S.:NoticC; *' PEANUT'BUTIER15cf 427c

L ..fLEE-ZING TOMATO. LYE 2 Cans J, ISc PROGRAMBEGINNING r 'The Starke1apter"'O.- *i: A Ei S. will : -

f t FRIDAY' hold Its regular meeting Monday FINEST QUALITY-BREAKFAST FOOD Jlf;
I SOUP Cans 13c night, at seven-thirty o'clock at the MELLO-WHEAT Pkg. 15c
EXT'RACT FRIDAY,.FEB. 1ST. Chapter room. .
'.. J. J 9c- SUNSWEET
'I .6 oz.M t :- Woman In the Dark All members urged to attend
8-oz. 5c and all visiting O. E.:S. members APRICOTS 11oz. Ctn. 19c
,'''ti Mackerel can ) Fay Wray-Ralph Bellamy Invited. WHITE HOUSECONDENSED

TOMATO | r3 MILK .Can lOc
SATURDAY MRS. FRED DEES DIES
t TaH Cans 18c JUICE '27-oz. Can 13c FEB. ZND. On Tuesday morning, January 8CNNYFIBLD r:
MILK 3
"WestofThePecos"Richard, 23, at eight o'clock,'the pale messenger OATMEAL 2 ,ll-41b.Pkg.v' 15c |

IM*: who never tires visited TOILET TISSUE Pacific 5 R lls 'ISci
I Springhead community, bringing
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f! :OATMEAL 2 Pkgs. 15c MAXWELL HOUSE I I, SUN.-MON.. FEB S-& sorrow for' he and bore sadness away 'to on many his pinions hearts EIGHT O'CLOCK-"l"Jld, Mellow"

COFFER Can 30d "Broadway Bill" :the:Mrs.life of Oees's Mrs.Fred death pees benumbingas COFFEE, Lb. 19c

Warner Baxter-Myrna toy It wa, was not unexpected for .
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;; SUGAR 10 Ibs. 45c PENNY Also News. and Comedy she had been in 111:' health a long SULTANA-I) llcl u Broke Sliced. '
I I II time 'and for the past several
MATCHES 2Pkgs ISclj f' I TUES.-WED., FED 5-8 weeks she had'.been in"av'critical Pineapple large No.. 2% cans 35c

; PALM OIL TOILET "Best Man Wins" condition
She Is survived by her husband,
,w< SOAP '3 Bars lOc Jack IIoll+ Edmund- Lowe Fred Dees and four children bya LOG CABIN.SYRUP'. 12-oz. can 21C
AlsoCartooaMn former'marriage. :Mrs: Arch Davis -
BUTTER Lb. 35&: : Colon Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Dana (COCOA Baker's Breakfast%-lb. can lOc]
I Bell, and Jack and Joe Thompson GRAPE. NUTS' Pkg. ,ISo IIH JELL.O: 'PIc&.' lie
RIB TJIIIRM.-FRi, FEB. 7-8 of Oluatee. Fla. who have the nka OU e ,Pest Drab' 10e

=yh :BEEF STEW, 3 Lbs. 25c SAUSAGE 2tte./27cl "County Chairman"Will deepest friends. sympathy- a host of COFFEE Lh. II' FLAKEIIPk&. =1J

.. Funeral aervl ee..wer.conductedat
Rogers Hampton byvRertjJames: Lyle THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACW' 1C'TEACOMPApM"Iif'I : :
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FjfttlDAY. FBPJIPABY: 1935 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEORAPH.!: 8X/VRKK.. FLORIDA PAGE F1VEIr t((1

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Mrs K B.,JIart. a member of the The weekly meeting of the W. NOTICE Important. Come and see*. y'

Heilbronn Springs school faculty, NAT SEZ:- C. T. U.,,wlA.b\ : held with Mrs. J. All boys Interested In "Both the ears of every one ;1
was a visitor here Tuesday after T. QuI< Bits of noon. Friends ot. the.-cauae: .are alwayswelcome to notify Donald McQueen heareth It shall tingle, \
Well l21S l\
f4lks'lt looked
sure cloudy ,! Jo\ these meetings, bert Torruella.
Mrs. a. W. McCarl of Jacksonville around pbra Thursday and Friday \"h.; ..-, "'-i i i PEIl CENT CASH '1"
with '
: was her the first of the all t.bote; ,dark circle ,under .Mr. ant ,Mrs. }-.M. Barefoot, and MISSION HALL' Balanof ,Term to Suit '"
I.ocal Nevb' week visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. A as everybody the r611l.tJt*eyes dfta.c.Btr,4hlay daughter/..Juanlta: and Sara, and Continuing along; the '
Scott. Mrs. 3,4'A; Barefoot were InBrooker" lines the subject for :
:. ', Sunday,afternoon visit.tug I the Mission Tuesday ." ,

I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Miss" Miriam Jacobs, of Lacoo- Ball night Wadtrtaday1 fcut l M' Mr..and.Mrs.! _R-.:r. Osteen..:. I "The House'of' Cedar"- 2nd ,?

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN cheep spent the week-end In StarM was wotlk'"" 1't- Register' 7th. Chapter. .,'XI
with her pares,isMr., and Mrs B. tie loss o f iep'' :Miss Kstell of High These studies are ,\
t Jacobs. becau Y Springs, has been a guest for several provoke.) Bible subject"r i I Ig ,
I surely n#d we days of her brother and sister. Uioae,attending and It Is LEJJL :'
a. ia-lawj Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Register with interest, that more !t1 g
Mrs. T. daughter bang-up
A. Brlnaon and party.Everybody
I Mrs. A. M. Darby was a visitor E. J. Roberts and J. H. Moore Miss Patsy, of Hugh, were guests yas' ..t their home on Cherry Street. m'evidence at the We are prepared to furnish ,

I to Jackeonville.;Tuesday.I ., hero of Lawtey'Monda)were'. business visitors last Thursday.'. of' ..Mrs. Hulda Cor- there-nth.the CAdull tlterS'Ln4.Mr: C..n..Pries: and the Mrs.email Zoe..boys McCarl bringing of the new Panoptlk BlfofalLram. t
penlng.CoL foungthose .
; ? daughUrs, Gloria and Helen were also the !loft-Lite Duo-
I Sinclair Ik Peck was a visitor to *5bo. l 'ak' ",O!'e f was an out-of-town visitor j
are < ,
Jackson
Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H.A. Bishop and Mr. F..A. ; In vilU W dEMtaday, where week's meeting.The Len' aim the Soft-Lit DuiudliMovery. I
I Scott were visitors to Jacksonville H.Q. Brown and daughters, used to facing all Algbt,- 'an ; those wb<* haven't stayed 'attendance) was good .
later '
Mltlse Iris and Marie, .of Lake up .Scho.pl group meetings atth'trA'13aptl.t ,
For sale
A.: H; Hall'and Miss Carrie Hut- Saturday. Butler, were visitors here Tuesday i than 9 o'clock' since "UncJ.,Tom's : Church.Misa'.Helen Is encouraging' to see the structed. J>y. ,1 I
1 to were In Jacksonville Thursday. afternoon, Cabl ." pWVed'ln' the, local 'school ; of men who come from s. G. LEWiSStarke J
Mr. and Mrs..,A.:B. Marwlck, of ,auditorium-. ,,-1 week and Join In the Fin.
S. L. Crews, of Lake Butler, was Keystone Heights were visitors I knov'It's going'to be prettyban : Prather accompanl- plying fith 2nd Timothy : ,
Mr.: and Mrs. J. O. Lynn and lit A :Mft ')4rs. Jack Bowen. of it
Now, for
next week the
business visitor here Tuesday. iere Thursday. ) to Vp awake this week-end '
a tle daughter, Shirley Jean. spent 'WaldoVndltr I'MrJ' !And Mrs B. Wil
but-a glf4 ce'at the prices below I
the week-end with "';:relatives In kJn.eOIlOf'"Jacksonville, to Way- J
Maxie Carter, of Highland, was Representative Charley E. Johns Lake might he'fc' _to'open yon yes.'Try
I to business here TuevI I' and Judge A. Z. Adkins spent Monday City. It.atilt\ .e 'cross. Ga.. SUDdaywbere they t
attending, '
F the W. CAUL DAVIS
In Tallahassee,. spent day rlth (rIend JOHN BERRY DAVIS'DAVIS .
t
I day. .' Mr. and ,
wy n I Mrs E. O. Hutchlnsou. New 'Arrival..
1)1"; and,,Mrs. W. B. MUldleton !
of
West Unlon S C.,
are
: guests
G. L. 'Pattbn1 was 'visiting relatives Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. this week. >f Mr,"'ond Mrs. Glen CoaVStvle}<< DressesSAIL weraUn! aCkaODVJl1e, WedneadayevenlDII".jttteudlng i
In EUstis .during'the"week H. B. McLendon were:vtsltors.to. O. Searing.4;,: : :otpe Material dinner party
end. Jacksonville.Friday.I .*><. Fr Trimmed ,given by':Mrs.. Mae Jones in honor FUNERAL HOME, J Jl

O. A. Andreu, Dr,,,0. L. Haynesand $6.95! !of,the birthday'anniversaries of
Matthew D. Wasdln, of Graham, G. W. Andrews and M. F. Wig J. W, Andrews Jr, were at ":< was a business, visitor here Wed gins visitors of here New Saturday.River'were business' tending' to business In,, Jackson- 'I'' '0u'Better Grade ton'n and Mrs.'Jones' brother. Ben PALATKA, FLA. .||

nesday. vllle Monday WASH.DRESSES Dowltng.? :

Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., of Law. Mrs. Lalla Chace la improving'at MI an Louise Eapp of the Wat. CA 't.ne Bout for Among the out-of-town folks attending 111 NORTH 4TII ST. 1'IIONE; DAY GO-NIGHT 80 "f tf

tey. was a visitor here Monday her home on Madison Street aftera eroak section, spent the week-end ,:$;i.95, : the Birthday Ball at theWoman's tJ
several days illness. Club Wednesday eveningwere
morning.Mrs. C
In. Starke with her cousin, Miss
: Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Godwin
lorry '
.-A. J. Griffls. has been seriously -i Meadames O., L. Beasley. E. J.. Dorothy Supp.: ring and Mr. and Mrs. M. Snow of the 24 HOUR SERVICE o-r

111 at her home for the past Biggs and A. Z. Adkins spent Wed Mr. and Mrs. 'R. S. Johns, of HATS FOR LADIES State Farm J-, --Mr. and. Mrs. Bob ,'1 zl
two weeks. nesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. Wells of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lake Butler were here visiting $1.49
Sunday
M. Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. l
it
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Davis and T.; D. Rickenbacker and Mrs. W.Mrs.'Johns''parents H. Green.' ,. Mr. and The Rest looking George Pope of Jacksonville and Lady Attendant :-: Ambulance Service

daughters, Ida Lula and Marjorie, Mrs. Pate Gaasett spent Monday WASH DRESSES Miss Eatelle Register of High ,I'I,'
.
shopping In Jacksonville.Mr. Springs.
were visitors to Jacksonville Sun Paul Knight of the Universityof ,V*'.i Ever Had.for _
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and Mrs. 'J R. Boring and Florida, will-spend the week-end $1 i .\
day.DON'T here with his' Col. and
two children; of Madison; were visiting parents
GET UP NIGHTS Mrs. D. E.
relatives here Sunday. Knight., l'lIW' Spring Silk
use Juniper Oil nurka Lea".., Kt.. :.
Flush out excess acids and waste Richard Tiede;;of Lawtey, a student Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu were Seersucker Dresses
matter. Oet rid of bladder irritation at the University of Florida, In Lawtey Sunday visiting their at; Top
son-in-law and ,Mr. and Tip GroceryTHIS
that causes waking; up, frequent was visiting ,frlendij here Satur daughter. $5.95STERNBERG'S
Mrs. L. F. Dtnklns.
[ desire, scanty flow, burningand day. '
backache. Make this 2Bo' test.
Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Priest, of
| Got Juniper oil buchu leaves, etc., In George Manaasa, student at
i little green tablets called Bukets, Oglethorpe University Atlanta, Madison, were visitors here Fri-

the bladder laxative. tn four has been spending several days day.Priest Mr.5 and Priest lOc'store.Mr. is owner. of the ___.St .r..kf!. Florida. I WEEK'S SPECIALSTomatoes )
tf not pleased your dru'.I..t days here with his mother'Mrs. Celia I. (
.
| turn your 26c. Mitchell's Manassa.MALE'S. '
Friends aR.. J. Davis will regretto
and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Miss
learn of his Illness In Riverside
Louise berly. were Snyder visitors and Freddie to Lake Wim-City Hospital, Jacksonville, havingbeen 2 No. 2 Cans 15c :

A last Sunday afternoon treatment.carried there Tuesday for

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins 3 No. 2 Cans -- -21 C I Iy
N and daughter Miss Hazel, will go Mr. and Wr W; Q.'Dowling! of
Jacksonville' In Starke
to St. Augustine today to attend Were Sun l
N day visiting t)r. and Mrs. W. E.
the State Bar Association.
Middleton *t their residence on PEACHES No. Can 15c LETTUCE Each b
-- I I 2Yz _____ 7Yze
0 GOOD THINGS TO:EAT Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green, Mrs P. ,Madison Stef- .:....(,!((1

,"\ r. ,*'" 1-. C Wrfl?*? ;:- M. Barefoot and daughter Junn- Mr.: and.WW; L.. W, Halbrook ,PINEAPPLE No" 21.2 can 19c CELERY, Each q_ lOc
ita and Sara were visitors to Jack

u BEER AND SOFT DRINKSN sonville Monday afternoon. guests and duflttg/fon.r9t the Lake week-end City were of GARDEN PEAS No. 2 can 12c Irish POTATOES, 10 lbs. l2e

Mes. Halbfook's parents. Mr. ,and
McMillan
Elmer was a visitor
here Tuesday enroute to Lake' Mrs. W. L. Andrews SUGAR CORN, No. 2 can _12c Sweet POTATOES, 101bs. l2e
SHELL GASOLINE &. OILS
C Wales for a visit with his parents -
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillan. Mr. and Ajra. J. A. Williams and SARDINES, 3 cans __ lOc ONIONS, 4 Ibs. 15e
I sons, of Jacksonville, and A. M
4
FAST SERVICEN Mr.\' and :Mrs. W".T. Morgan who guests Browder Sunday, o* Sumter of Mr., and S. C.Mrs., were L. PORK & BEANS, Can ___ .5c APPLES, Delicious, doz. ,20e,
N lave been guests of Judge and

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Mrs.a A.visit Z.: Adkins in Tallahassee, left Saturdayfor before i S. Hutto and- family. CABBAGE Tender, each 5c APPLES (York Imp) 4 lbs 25e

Mr. and Mrs C. F. and
Boyer
returning to their home In Marlon, '
\N. C.OFYOUR son, of Jacksonville, spent, the FINEST
-- -- ,--.- week-end bore with Mrs. Buyer's COMPOUND 4 Ib s. 53c,
parents. Ml, and Mrs. J. C. Mani
ning and C Other relatives. I Lard 14

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and Your Favorite Newspaper $25.00 asked REWARD for and of no question lost< j Summer Sausage, Each 18c
4 Leading,,Magazines return papers Butter lb. 37
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recently f>&lntexJ. Good tires

ziae and .running order, Cash only BALLARD'S TABLE TALK, Plain or Self-Rising
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" COUNTY TKLKUICAPIl STARKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
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.. PAGE SIX ttlCADFORD FEBRUARY I, 103.f \ I
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' HARBORING CHARGE TRAIN
...Gall r.1rr Hints To Housewives .- A .... :AMI-Henry "Duke" Randall -I SouthboundNo. SCHEDULE

greyhound track employee,
has been charged with harboring 1-Due Starke 11:01 p 11(

I Weekly from Home Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWSNews Alvin Karpta. Randall, detainedby I No. 11-Due Starke 11:25: : A, !L

FARMERS SECTION Specialists, Tallahassee Department of Justice agentsin No. 107-Due Starke 9.42: A, v.i

a downtown hotel room since No..191-Due Starko 10:27: p
of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Monday, was held in the county n
Conducted by Demonstration Agents Sponge Cake for Serving With Ice Northbound
I jail in bond of $25,000. Karpia, the
: Cream or Custard Sauces
No. 2
( lived in -Due Starke 3:08 p u
much-sought gangster, a .
, Take 4 eggs, 1 cup sugar, 3 No. 12-Due Starke
',. .. .- .. .. --.. ._- tablespoons cold water, 1 cup sifted .. secluded house here for six weeks, No. 108-Due Starke 4:50: p 1d. "
i ..-....- -- ----- -----. soft wheat flour, 1 teaspoon 1.-- ----uI --. IN1 tII __ I I authorities learned after he had 5:SS p u.
Starke And
I fled to Atlantic City N. J. Wannee Branch
SOME FLORIDA FREEZES baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon lemon ,
PLUNGES INTO STREAM GAMBLING PROBE No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00:
I f I\ RURAL (Kline O. Varn of Ft. Meade In juice, 1-2 teaspon vanilla, and 1-4 JACKSONVILLE-Benny Pray MIAMICircuit Judge Paul No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: AH pu

The Lakeland Ledger and Star- teaspoon lIalt.Separate tor, 8, lost control of his bicycle Barns announced today the Dade PLENTY OF ROOM T. J. GRIFFIN.
;;: COMMON SENSE Telegram) the egg yolks from the while crossing a bridge over a JACKSONVILLEAmple accommodations -
As a "young" old-timer native whites, and beat the yolks well. creek here and plunged Into the County grand Jury, which alreadyhas for winter visitorsare

i By SPuD'S"JIlNSON Floridian whose grandparents were Gradually beat in the sugar, add stream and was drowned.LEGISLATOR indicted a criminal court I available in all parts of Flor-

among the first settlers of whatIs the water, and continue the beatIng judge in a far-reaching Investigation ida, even in the more populous resort -

STATE SHOULD MAKE now Polk County, and as a stu- until the mixture Is very thick DIES of crime conditions here, has cities, according to a state-
sf' GREAT PROGRESS IN dent for meterological conditions and light. Sift the dry Ingredients ment made public here by the tour-
,':.\ CATTLE DEVELOPMENT for more than forty years, my retrospection together, and fold them into PORT ST. JOE-E. F. Childers, returned a true bill charging Rob- ist and convention committee of
,; The Florida beef cattle industry may interest the many the egg and sugar mixture. Then 55: elected to the state legislaturefrom ert Watson, prominent Miamian, the Florida State Chamber of Com

'#. seems on the threshold of its great new Florida settlers. fold in the stiffly beaten whites of this county the last general with compounding a felony. Wat- merce. "For as little as five dol- 'Ma YVIVwnersl1ip
election, and a prominent lumber -
est development. A number ofchanges Freezes are no new thing in the eggs, and add the flavoring. operator here. Is dead of a son is the son of State Senator lars a day, and less" the statementread ?e
.; : In the cattle business have Bake in a thin sheet in a moder- "Florida's visitors
: ,
: Florida by any means. Old Spanish stroke of paralyols. John W. Watson and a brother of may procure Sure
ate oven (323: deg. F.) from 30 to
rJf been occurring over a period of records speak of ponds and the very best of accommodations
'lio'years, and other In all probability, streams being frozen over In both 45 minutes. John Watson, Jr., Miami city at- which are more than ample
THB risen;
,l'f' will be made soon. But progressIs ,1600 and 1700 around St. Augus- Nut-Kalsln Cup Cake AIRPLANE FARMING torney. I despite reports to the contrary." 10 ufcgutrd provuion;! th fininai you un make

}; being made through these adjustments tine. Jan. 2, 1766, a "terrific cold Use 2 cups seeded raising, 1 1-2 DELRAY-Crowing. beans for : in your property u to imtstnl obtain'
and even greater advancement wave that froze all semItropical cups sugar, 2 cups water, and 2 tablespoons northern market....Uh the aid of KEY WEST PRAISED ADEQUATI fit* iniutanct, in proper
The needle fish den
" airplanes to combat both insects a deep-sea
: seems destined for the shortening. TALLAHASSEE The Key form.
growth, even to the roots, and -
Izen. has its Into
J+t. near future. froze the waters of the St. Johns Boll the above ingredients together and cold weather J.. the latest agri- West rehabilitation program has needle-like points.Jaws elongated Wuh thin protection your credit a

I Cattle have constituted an Important river along the banks out thirty to for a few minutes, let cool, cultural development to be employed been described by Henry Epstein Hrrngtrxnrd!and your equity in 'h.
't3 part of the products of the forty feet," Is recorded. In 1774 a and add: 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1-2 by farmers In the Delray Beach solicitor general of New York property made_u...

farm in Florida since the days of heavy snowstorm struck over teaspoon nutmeg. I.. teaspoon section. State, as "one of the most extraor- New Kidneys Bnni your'naumlr.mJkma
\development north Florida and for many years cloves, 1 teaspoon soda, 1-2 tea- dinary experiments in salvaging ro w. CM lWrpAon or wnii.
i i along Improved lines afterwards was described by the spoon baking powder. 1 cup chop- MORE GAMETALLAHASSEE civilization. "Had the Federal M roe uld tr d. your ni..l..eUNl. tired end
,
Y has been handicapped and slow. Indians to their children as "the ped nuts, and 3 cups flour. :- Conservation Emergency Relief Administrationnot lea Kidney.get rid fur of now Nlllht ono nWnll', you.NenOWln would auto.Inatirally ,. HAROLD C. 'N ALLINSURAN

't,1 Many natural conditions favor the great white rain." Bake la greased muffin pans in Commissioner George W. Davis stepped In to aid this Island Acidity.D..lnJ.Rh.nlll1lltJam Tooorreet functional, Bnrnm*. itching; end

development of the cattle industry In Feb. 1833 occurred probably a moderate oven. has said favorable weather condi- town," Epstein said, "it would try the inuimnteed iJotor'.pccul, kldn./d..nJ! precerlp.up. .. (;
1t,;' in this state, while others have retarded the wont freeze r\t__ .all_.. tlme, laat-.__._ Gingerbread tions "had resulted In great increases have been abandoned and would tlon In nllod t day.CYSfEX: (Sla: UK). MWlt Ilx )'.
or money bud.. AI'" "_. STARKE, FLORID
r'; its growth. In past years Ing for ten days penetrating far Take 1 1-2 cups flour, 1-4 tea- in quail, .deer and other have disintegrated w_ into a -group 0 of
'l"" one of the greatest handicaps has Into South Florida, and inflicting spoon salt, 4 teaspoons spice mixture wild life In Florida's forests during { cs.----
,;,1\);{- been the cattle tick but thin pest great suffering among both whites (cloves, cinnamon and allspice the past few years. -. I
f a J Is largely eradicated now and it and Indians. I have vivid recollections -, 1-4 cup sugar, 1 egg, 1 tea- FUNERAL DIRECTORSuur

r It' Is hoped that the task may be completed in my early youth. of the spoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon EXPLOSION RECOMMEND PETERSBURGSweepIngchanges ; CHANGES Many Year: Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Re \Il'rEFFlCIEN'.r
WRECKS YACII'rMIAMIFire. ST.
w. In due time. tales told me of this freeze by the ginger, 1 teaspoon soda, 1.2 cup
PROMPT! and
f.j molasses 1-4 melted fat and caused by an ex- in Florida's Judicial set- COURTEOUS SERVICE
;; With the freeing of most of old Seminole Indians who gathered cup MODERATE
i/," Florida's area from this pest, It at my father's trading post in 1-2 cup boiling water. plosion in the engine room, destroyed up, Including abolition of Justicesof PRICES
:, : has been possible to bring in: better tho early seventies. They told of Mix and sift the flour, salt and the $31,000 yacht Stowaway peace and Juvenile courts, will DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
owned James H. be recommended to the Florida STARKE, FLORIDA
Mix by Pace,
quality animals. Doubtless this ponds and streams being frozen baking powder together molasses -
Ili work of herd improvement will beI" over down near the Everglades and sugar and melted fat. add Chicago real estate broker. C. L. State Bar Convention at St. Augustine .
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; continued and increased In fu- of all the flah freezing. Much to this the beaten egg. Corablrfe Pace, brother of the boat's owner, next week. The recommen- -- --- -- --

I t ture. game, Including deer and these two mixtures. Mix spices and C, O. Revel,\who were aboard dations are contained in a reportof
I" young tho craft! were taken off safely by the committee on revision of the
and soda and add water,
: Another pent---the screw worm cattle were frozen by the prolonged boiling HOTEL LEAMINGTON"Miami's
, 1 :fly-has appeared in the state dur- cold as well as thousands of grown I quickly mix and turn Into other a speedboat. judiciary article or the constitution -
' ing the last two years and is the trees and cabbage palmetto palms. mixture. Stir vigorously until the made public here today by
source of no little work to cattlemen Their recollections of thin 1835 batter can be beaten without spat- STRIPPED 0IEWELS President John D. Harris with approval Most Popular Hotel"
',:p!, ,It Is even possible that this freeze and their suffering were as tering. Pour into greased pan. MIAMI Against a friend's of James E. Calkins, MIami -

.:t' fly will result 1:r in the cattle business The old tions today of the memorable cakes about 25 minutes, loaf cake New York City, wore jewels she NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard

\. system of raising cows on the freeze of 1894-9. In January 1886, about 30 minutes. valued at "probably a quarter mil-
ea range may be largely replaced by a freeze ruined most of the small This used with fresh or canned Ion" to the Hialeah Park horse Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay

''j4; another which gives the cattle closer citrus crop and killed hundreds of fruit or a fruit sauce makes a most races and was stripped of them Opposite Union Bus Station
t.v, supervision and management I acres of young groves set in the appetizing dessert by two masked men who entered Kx.loI"'he maryelou.Wlllard
;.; and more feed. If this does happen citrus boom of 1884. But the, citrus her elaborate hotel suite, pistols =TVwifmwir bnhh.w"kh bold I.onlrooci brltiKlni'::! j
fd. improvement In the grade and industry continued to expand HELPFUL HINTS IN I drawn. _.

;'; ,quality! of animals raised will be with increasing demand for the TYPICAL TROUBLES -PRICELESS for thono mifforinK INFORMATION from 2 3 Lowest Rates Ever QuotedSingle
r;'. marked and ON FLORIDA FARMS CANCELS BACK TAXESCLEARWATER
rapid. It will be nec- fruit and profitable prices, so that STOMACH OR DUODENAL .
,, essary to have better grade animals by 1894 It had reached undreamedof -The old system 0NUtyt'1 ,ULCERS.. A DYSPEPSIA DIUESTION. BSOUR
F(' to make them profitable under when (Troubles typical of the prob- didn't work so well so the city STOMACH." GASSINESS 3
proportions, Wham
i the latter conditions. disastrous double freeze, of 1894-0! the lems current in the agriculture of I I fathers here are dangling ... aev- STIPATION.HEAR BAD BURN.BREATH.CON. S 3 Room with Bath ___________.__________ $1.50

fJ., Florida does not now produce struck it down to its very roots and ,Florida and the best means for nty-five per cent cancellation of ACHEK.SLEEPLESSNESS! ova TO EXCESS OR ACID.HEAD- 5 U Double Room With Bath ____________________ 2.00

: enough beef for its own consump- left the people floundering in financial overcoming them, are treated in delinquent taxes before property A.k (orxfrweoiiy Ol WUIanVi tffuaf W. : ALFRED SIMONS
tion. Particularly is this true of wreckage. For the entire the items below. In all cases the owners' eyes in an effort to stim- i* Autharlxd Wlllud: IJwlara.MITCHELL'S Manager

I% the better grades of beef. financial structure of the atate was procedure outlined has been sug- ulate tax payments. Reducing delinquencies DRUG STORK Z .
Yet much of the land in Florida built entirely around the citrus gested by workers at the State Experiment from 3600.000 to

'I,:' is well adapted to the production industry with no thought of other Station or in the Agricultural $896,000 the commission ordered
u'! of improved grasses and feed crops industries Extension Service In re- enforcement of tax collections I
sponse to request for advice.) through foreclosures in line with anew t
making possible cheap feed for cat- On Feb. 12-13, 1899, probably occurred -
.. rtlnnDENIED_..._.,
tle. Abundance of land is avail- the greatest quick temperature -- refunding
When water hyacinths are utilized .
able for --
growing grasses and feed drop in Florida recent history -
y; crops, the grazing season ia long, according to my personal rec- as a mulch in tung groves, CUSTODY EIiaiii
Is not they furnish little of plant food TALLAHASSEEBy a Supreme -
1tand housing expensive. These ords. From a balmy 79 degreesat
+ value but chiefly are useful as a
Court Hilda Lorene
natural ruling
I'n advantages mean much to noon on the 12th, the mercury
the state plunged to 20 degrees by 4 o'clock source of organic matter. They Weaver, 6, will remain in the custody -
With should not be placed against the : of Augustus P. Hamans and
in
; improvement grade and the next morning, throwing in a
I quality of animals, Florida cattlemen fall of snow for good measure. This trunks of the trees but about one his wife instead of living with her
foot away In all directions, Agri- mother Mrs. Emma Weaver.
have ,
now opportunity to produce also holds an all-time record for
+ a larger proportion of the latest In season freeze, previous cultural Experiment Station soil Sustaining a Polk County Circuit
beef consumed in Florida and of record having been Feb. 7. 1895.: experts say. Application of from Court decree, the high court ruled
p+d furnishing the markets in other This 1899 freeze also sot an all- two to three pounds of suitable it; was in the best Interests of Hilda
areas both feeder and stocker cat time record low of two degrees commercial fertilizer is advised to remain at her fouler home
tle. The state might even becomea below zero at Tallahassee and it U regarded as affording a since her mother .,a 'widow, had
+ a beef exporting area. This freeze practically wiped out better source of plant food than five other children to support. The
either chicken droppings or cow mother previously..had agreed for
r manure, also costing lens. the Humana family!!: to take cure of

the child. .
The sale of candles containingfive r

For Expert RepairingSmith's per cent or more of alcohol Is BLUE BUS SCHEDULES
forbidden by the U. S. Food and Daily effective Sept. 1, 1034

t Drugs Act. NorthbcUnd-4:1l': a. ''m., 1:59: p.

m., 5:24 p: m., 9:19 p. m.
the few remaining groves In Lake Southbound-2:18: a. m., 0:31: a.
Marlon Counties that had survived -
and
Garage m., 12:19: p. m, 6:00: p. m.
the 188&-3 freeze. It struck Tickets and information atSmith's THE new AEROTYPE CROWN

sNh In midst of a severe drought which Service Station, next to (
continued until May, causing the courthouse. ETHYL has the highest antiknock
Phone 120
sap of the trees to sour and bringIng -

on an infestation of sap worms rating ever offered for land service
v that burrowed in the bodies of the
Wrecker Service
Day or Night : Out-Starts
J trees and killed many large seed- wNERVES Eo motor fuel. Gives full smooth
ling groves in south Florida that Vaporizes at lowest temper ,

t had survived! or partially recovered ature-quick warm-up power on hills without a knock...
minimum
from the previous disaster.No choking. .
Try Faster Way more freezes of disastrous Less vibration
on straightaway...
? :'< proportions struck the state until OutPowersComplete

to Relieve Your Colds Feb. 13. 1917,. which also was followed vaporization pro Judge it only when unmixed with
by a long and severe drought duces all power-no dragging .
+ 1 K..r resulting In huge loss to growers.But -lees crankcase dilution .other fu e. .. increase 'In. priceOutClasses
Medical Discovery Bringing Almost citrus science and experience

+ Instant Relief to Millions fertilizing had developed methods.,whereby cultural dor-and -sells for only two cents a*gallon

mancy of growth la controlled in Has the highest tpccifica- more than Crown Gasoline.
KMBMBIIt OIMBCTION the winter and few groves were lions ever applied to motor

M The simple method pictured here is killed in 1017 and this enables the I ps line.

the way many doctors now treat trees to withstand lower tempera- '
+ colds and the aches and pains colds tures than In the primitive days OutAheadVirtually

bring with them I prior to 1894. This gives me cour- sum-free-no
# It !is recognized as a safe sure. age in our present disaster, for cit
gummy or tricking valve. to ,
QUICK way. For it will relieve an rus trees were never more dormant
Take J BAYER
tf Ajprin TlbM cause lots of power. i
Mnk ur. you get th* BAYER ordinary cold almost as fast as you I than now. TO
h T.bleli you*ik(or. IJP ytmr: workrerr -
it.
caught a3)gh
nera ttnsion. OutstandingPositively
Ask your doctor. about this. And No wonder you siw> at the wife CROWNETHYH
when you buy. be sure that you get aDd bark at the ehildrwu a NEW fuel-un'
the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. Watch out I OrerwwrfcMl like and amazingly superiorto

) They dissolve (disintegrate) almost Sleepless.L ; any gasoline heretofore
instantly. And thus work almost instantly old.
r when you take them. And MM and a host a<
for a gargle Genuine Bayer Aspirin ether unpleasant distorbaaeac.
'' Tablets disintegrate with speed and Why don't :you try Dr. MflaV
completeness leaving no irritating RffarraMMt NerrfaM......?
:1.Drink dill i<-ol -..... RtpMtlr particles or grittiness. vtCKSCOUGN} Juat on. in a half glass af
*.tmnl in 4.hour. a pleasant spark-
BAYER Aspirin prices have been d g think delightfully
DROPS MOt.hbw
decisively reduced on all sues, so M
ov.talnd
there's no point now in accepting '" Dr. H0am IMZ'he.NarrfaM bad few FOR YOUR MOTOR
other than the real Bayer article you hi two tnrmm
......tc.M4I.'V..MttadMM -TJqnld aad
n want. .t c Eff/rraeant Tablet, Both...
.oat .." the same aoothmg affaet
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1. 10M BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAnic sic VIP.wRKB i

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CHURCH DIRECTOR r Baboon you will have to think up practically inevitable : makesno 11

n-put:; ;; Church BEHIND L a better one than that. difference in the long run who +:

Rev.First School10:00 C. B. Price: Pastor a. m. The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures I II ning Quoting: "The President Margaret han Culkln said Ban-this: upending, no long as the spending \

lunday the "Among our objectives I place Is done at the proper rate and ;
Lming Worehlp -11 ::00 a. m. :
The "Inside" lit N ---.- ha scentity of the men women amount to keep the wheels:: revolve '

4. y. P. Worship U. -6:15: -p.7:30:m. p. m.eacber'r feint, Cupltul .-, I tad' chlMnn of I'm nation flrrt" ing." Could any human plan be. Ii

veIling NW. r9 'As a pronouncement from the devised better to meet this require-
Training School, Wed- !
; highest executive this t" a noble ment than the Townnend Plan?

day at 7:00: p. m. fly OlCA'OIl"'O''f' Sand statement and a warning one. Mr. Chase nan not been classedas
Service-7:30:
id-Week Prayer KKMT WATSON: But I wonder if many people do a "cracked brain." So, as the

not misunderstand It. For thin majority of the people of thin
Invited to all our serv- \
o.[ are WHEN THE LEGISLATURE!: of governmental fend official concep country are supporting this movement ..

1933 adjourned members left tion of security, an later definedby it must, of necessity, be the t.

Methodist Church Tallahassee cock-sure marry that Mr. Hopkins does not mean majority of the thinking people are ;'
they '
"that society owes every man a supporting It
B M. Montgomery Pastor would be back in
the
r.er. School-10 a. m. legislativehalls Li living," but it does mean (now i Congress Is having to face a '
punday In a few J'I
weekscertaln.lywithin I :
:
Jilorning Worship-11 a. m. a couple of months Wagers get this) that every man shall I condition which has never had an '
have access to the opportunity to equal and It will be
League-6:45: p. m. necescsary
:pworth I were being laid that a special
provide for himself and his fam- for the representatives to decide
:venlng Worshlp-1:30 p. m. session was inescapable Thisin U hi
Invited to all these eervrresbyterlan ily a decent and Amerlcnn way of whether they will stick with the
You are spite of the Governor's
protes- living. How many people took in administration or do the bidding
s. tations to the Some \
contrary
that qualification which simplifies of their constituents who placed d
-
Church were betting odds that an extraor- the promise to what the them there' and upon whom they

_ev. George H. Lowry Minister dinary convocation would be ordered I United States has always wanted are depending to get there. If

10:00: a. m.-Sabbath School. for the purpose of enacting a to do for Its citizenry." they entertain any future political

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; sales tax They reckoned wrongIn Well Mrs Banning do you real- aspe-ratlonit it would be well to vote

rmon by the pastor. 1933 Hopes were revived ize that all the American people with the millions who are behind

6:30: p. m.-Junior Christian"Enavgr !: however, in 1934 when it was be- a s C = A 4 have ever asked for or wanted is this. plan, which millions are being

lieved by many that the repeal of Just what have augmented other
r r' exactly you mentioned by million' a,*

7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. the prohibition amendment and namely, "acccsn to the opportunity time goes by.
the ratification of the homestead
to provide for himself W. H OGDEN,
amendment would inevitably lead and his family a decent4tml Amer-

to the calling of an extra.session ican of ? I
way living" am glad that

to enact appropriate revenue you put It In words for m*. I .

BOB JONESComments measures Again calculations' could not have expressed It half COI.DS check

11 11And and predictions went astray .
so well myself. Do you realise the enl
On Here The end of the biennium between fart that had we had this HCCCHH, 666 FEVKKI.H

regular seslons Is near at hand the Townsend Plan: would never day .

Ilereafter'J and in the two year period the leg have been thought of nor wouldIt Headaches !
islators have not been called backto 1.I.U'1n T.1n LFTrr'
have been I In ac stlnates
necessary supposethe MAl.tF7' AIFtunors it(
The writer knows something Tullahasneee There Is every rP +H w President's present plans and _.

bout brotherhoods. However he reason to believe that ftlll other efforts for "Old Age Security" Is "11":11"1'L"1:
:
convinced that the greatest pressure has been brought to bearon Shadrach, Meihach and Abed-neco in th. Fiery Furnace.-Nebuchadnezzar made a golden Image in a measure of the government's con- Itm-eliy. notice In itlvon that under :'

otherhod in the world is the the governor to Issue a call to the plain of Dura and commaniled. that everyone should bow down and worship It, declaring that anyone cern for Its aged citizenry and' liy: vlitun, of that rntaln writ :

otherhood of saints. We have legislate revenue enactments to who failed to do so should be thrown Into a fiery furnace. Shadrach, Meslmch and Abed-nego upon their' Again I quote one of the foro- T.f. TXJi'1"Jlia.t, hey'""and'1..1 under' on the May hand BUt.ant A. Inn'

'en Christian groups in many provide funds to meet FERA refusal to worship the Idol were cast into the midst of the fiery furnace. "And these three men, Shadrach, most economists of the country Mca)l."f Olxik of circuit Court of J"1"'II.lr.c

nds. There are no ties as strongs grants to Florida up to capacityto Meshach and Abed-nego fell down bound into the midst of the burning fiery furnace Then Nebuchadnez Stewart Chose: "While balancingthe ci'ilnln' \jiiilitinent County of Kloi-lda rxrord, on In that surd .

: the ties of real Christian ex- do so Low down ia that zar the king was astonished. Lo, I gee four men loose walking In the midst of the fire and they have no budget Immediately Is admirable Court wherein: Hunk: :. of tnt ". u &).

erlence. A man who knows nothg something will have to be doneIn hurt; and the form of the fourth is like the Son of God. Then Nebuchadnezzar came near to the mouthof In principal, It in secondary.. corporation I'Mwiudx unil, IH... W.plaintiff KdwnrtU, flor iler '
lire i
> of Christian courtesy does not this direction in April or May if the burning fiery furnace and spake and said Shadiach Meshach, and Abed-nego ye servants of the if not an academic matter, In the ..nd...ntx, I have. levied upon ant- +

now anything about fellowship additional grants are to( be expected. most high God, come forth. And'the princes governors and captains and" the king's counsellors, being historical Impasse In which we find will bidder well for, In i-iiBh. the on hlKhext Monday and, the lient 4tli a i I

'Ith Jesus Christ, our Lord. Florida has benefited to the gathered together saw these men, upon whose bodies the fire had no power. -Daniel 3 : 23-27. This Illustration ourselves today" buy of Knliiiiury, IIM5. iturliio- the ,

tune of about fifty millions dollarsin I is from Mcrinn's story of the Bible told in pictures engraved in 1625.er "If we cannot upend enough as Houth legal' hours lour of nf lime I the, In I'nntitu front" COUrI-of the I I..
"
Recently the writer had the FERA expenditures In the state, Individual' to keep the mechanism fe11"; ,","' lirndfnrd!!; (flinty I" Stark. -t
..
tlm mulleu'Iny, Is. ,,.In. .
eaaure of visiting the home of and county municipal and state Close friends feel that he bers of Congress are said to be less! would be at least ten times great. turning over, the government must and' I he InR' I" Mold' llni.lfiinl, County.IylnR V v (
credits in funds, service and mate- make up the deficiency Thin. I Florida' ..)' no miic-h thereof an I I. cc.Fro.
ohn Wesley in the city of Lon- may
would prefer to close his active Career interested Many plans for re- er than they were without it. That snntlul in "II..rV mild' 1 judgment" '
rials is said to have been, less thana bit rh 1
morally regrettable but It In
on. Wesley was not only a great as a member of the Supreme districting the areas served by With COHlS llf execution.' to-Wltl {
reacher but he was a statesman. tenth of the amount received would produce at ten per cent, Krniii iiulnt whom. Hniith lino or i'
Court. present congressmen have been offered -
Huctlull
from the Government. of which Is 'I IM'I'i:II'S Ntl.n 2))I.. Townnhlp 6 South HIIIIK J
billions dollars
ome of the modernists speak of thirty .
10:11..1.
Representative Ward, of NOTtr-H IH, hereby given Unit tI"d..r ?? """"" WeNt eilgs! if Hliim
'esley as a modernist. He was Orlando, who failed to get the last several billions more than wouldbe Wed l hy virtue of a Klmil/ D.'cn.oor Mined No. It. Ihencii run Northerlyalonif "q1'
THOSE WHO ARE thinking in mild Htiirn Road SHIUfe{ fact. n
orrrloKiira' mini nnil. .1",1 ;
"re> "
ot a modernist. Wesley took the ON THIS SUBJECT of special terms of Gubernatorial timber in legislature to do anything aboutIt necessary for this plan at its hv the lloliiiliililn' A.:'. Aclklnx."Judge to li.ilnt of I,r K In nl n K, thaiuie Wes- ,4v
cople back to an authoritative session there Is no doubt but that found himself bitterly opposed or I the ( 'h...cult Court of the 2111< h terlv lit right angle to Maid rout: C
1936 wondering whether the aggregate. This Is another point 100 feet. tliimNortherly piinill. ji.
are .lu.Hi /
In I ciriMilt of
Klolliln. In iin.l
iblo and to a real Christian ex- many legislative leaders are firm- activities of State Attorney Vernon by most of the Congressmen at for, Mliiilfniil: ;:::: County t In; 1lhuntrry, lo mill mini,. U'" feet to n mrimt. futliemut \

ericnce. Wesley was persecutedy ly of the opinion that the forth- Miami in the time He hud evolved this where writers mislead their readers d"t..cl l .liiniiHi-y" aim> l'im: .in Mintinlain Rod nliiiiK hence HUM street to unlit. (. '"fioiid ,'
of putting along HiiUl
Hawthorn inail, I. !
CIIUHII t thir *,ln
the ecclesiastical leaders of bin coming session must run into extra the "lid on" gambling activi- year a le-carvlng scheme which (or attempt to perhaps I Inir lirlwpvn The Ki-o< >rul lutvlv.niul I PHIHN Hank point lw"f; b"glntiing: 1 In'o'l of Hlfl'i. 'k''
.
Now he is honored session should The Townsend Plan of "'..llIlIIhl" ut $ of mi 1.1 ruwnshlp"| ;
,1y. by men days, or that another his would leave all present members say) l-lulntirr mill l H M) and Benso I .
ties will have any bearing on ,.. ,
verywhere. Wesley was, no doubt must be called after a lapse of a status as a possibility Hawthorn -pHldent In separate districts HHks the government to start the tlm KnlHlit iinili'mlirneil", .IIr.'.*,, .whn! ul' ,was u-roii'tuntH.I llnielniinpolntvil Ainu, HJ 4tuwnehlp; nt HW'4 In M.", 'I.

istained by the fellowship which few weeks following the close of is being frequently mentioned Musi logical plan Is generally heldo plan by furnishing tho Initial ire H|> .flul Mu HIT In ('hit". 22 Moil ISimt..i ill, d South Mange" 't

tJ had with the little he will amount after that it will automat IHI.V, In pxiutiin thi Kiimn. will nil AUo., 'I
group the regular session They as a strong potentiality be a carving of the Fourth dis- Monilnv, I the 4ili tiny of M'u-rh, l"!1111.| ion a R'4 of 8I5H' of 8WV4! ft AM- I
athered about him-the groupho not admit such a prospect is ahead His convoking a special session of .tlct. leaving Miami largest, cityIn Icnlly take care of itself without iliillnw tin li'Ktil IKUII-M of Hilln,, liit.fiiiw sod {ji; mill uf NI'N'n. ', of of NW\lo.HW14\ \/and of 8w2of ; "ti
i
,,
had had a similar experiencend will It Jacksonville contribution from the national thitt'nliit lloum dour In 1'I'.I'k., \M.
In fact- they deny tht grand Jury to pursue the trail one largest in the any l''l.llilii, sell 1 1 |10 the hltfhi'Nt and beet 4 or NKM of HM.-tlon 10. ail\ J
who understood what Wesley Down in their hearts however it Is other Thin would not disturb trefuury, by the revolving feature lil.lil.-r' for rush, lht fnlluwlug de-l In Townxhlp 7 H."lh, Mange 22 Hunt. 'J
Incident to activities i: ; ; all that ,,
of graft gambling Hi-rllinil\ InnilH, :: : :, Also portion r NW(4( of
,
r7
Mllnutv.
be.
billionsor
leant. it An amount of two ,
that
known that there Is a fear has resulted In a number of any of the present districts. line In Ih'"Um',1 Counly, ...r..IIII.. lo.The SW SG of Hnetlon IB, Township C
S e will be impossible for the assemblyto .. possibly three billions at the wit Houlh. ninr, za Neat which lies \''!
Indictments County Criminal Want of H. A. U lly.
In one cemetery in London dispose of the many highly con- most. This Is quite different from HouthoiiHt. iiunilrr' of the and poiitnlnliiir' about HlKht-cif-war nine 10\\
E .C. Collins was accused NoilhwuMi' arrcii.
seeps the dust of Bunyan of Is- troversial major issues certain to Judge twenty-four billions for the treasury h..r. the inmrtor MoiilltwvHt d 1"rl..1'the KiiHt: of AMO| NI(, of bIN! \ of HWJ4\ of 1'1'1'4 .'.'''I
and embezzlement '| or Soctlnn
of bribe-taking 18. .
of Susanna and TheLetter to supply annually as they the Northwest| | iiiniiter" of Nec. 'ruwn"hll' II Mouth ,;
.LC Watts Wesley come before them for settlement.MOTION Governor l :: Mange >.>2 kktet.:
He was removed by 'Ilan! 23.' TowilMlJp, B Would,
ther great Christian leaders. I would like to make It appear. Ultimo tt lOnxt II"A '' i.nle! I a and II of lllock IIilMun .I
Sholtz, who was urged by the [ conliUiilinr' DO Teutlle's II (
to
'alked recently among these PICTURE HOUSES en- Box! Uabnon says "We get richer in .n-N, morn or I Ieee, Starke b'loride. 'l'awn of
I
Board of Deacons of the First Bup- with tho .
iippnrtpfmm-im, Huhl + ;
)I.
mbs The day before I had been Joying packed houses and much ad- tist Church of Miami to take no only as we produce and save more. to ho tied. IHII'Hiiiini to Multi. ?|?i". A Y.* Sheriff J 1'H'Pnrutr q. .
.if
,,, ,, Iliadford
now out of work cue to "''rVIh.m.I ,
people 111,1
o Westminister Abbey where sleep vertising through their sponsoring' and Collins Young Cn"III. 1 :"'"'">' Flfirl.ln. l
action until as Judge N.; I':. I'I'lltllYMAN:
any of England's illustrious "bank nights" came dangerouslyclose could be tried. Other Indict- Keystone Heights, Fiord could not replace the ability and A. 1'1"1'11,1" CItetel', In' (.h.III..I'. KNinirr AUnrll..Y"&for KNIOIIT 1'"lnt'ff-' t
ead. When the trumpet soundsnd to losing this potent business In training of those over sixty who 1.2n-51.2-U 1.4.5t2.1IIFPllll'l'
ments were said to be probable January 22, 1935.
the dead are raised Bunyan, stimulator In most every city are still producing. The burden of i0Ha
his case The son of State Sen To the Editor: : 0" ('iiooi.HKPOHT 1"1'1\IUII" II
saac Watts Wesley, and other and town the state's antilotterylaws ator John W. Watson has been Indicted Old Age Security those now trying to earn their way IUINIIID ('01 "I'Y I"I.OIIIU' P4)11'ruM" YM.Ut oJ\U..1. .U'NJII 00, ID34 'l
aints like these will take the and flagrantly and raise families would be multiplied The
were being openly on the charge of collecting At this time when so much Is following rte iort of Nf7TI'N!': 1I0Nnfl and TUIJt WA'UtANTN' :,;
out seats and of the State The Townsend Plan In really t"1I1I1& the Rt'II(11ii1111ls or 11t'lId+ard, af.
Attorneysand
many kingsnd violated t'oll..ly for the /
from ten or more gamblers said for and "Old 811. 1(1:14:' year ended. juna
against wllh )
graft being the lint latirce ,
to tax those under sixtyto nu ICI" "ling and "mnlllll" .,,, .,,
statesmen of earth will stand knew It a scheme 1'.1.. ., "u. and paid. ..
county prosecutors hy the Mu 'nIend.ul, PUbl
and gambling houses He Is a Age Security" I feel that a few pen 0f Inetiuetlnu for sald ( y
the if there at Individual citizens support those over sixty, who hereby 1"'I.h. .. under, the I''ovl.loll., ot 'aunty Ic
rear- they are So did ('I"'ter,' 8"13 A..I" ot lUll ot '
brother or Miami's City Attorney. comments on the adverse criticismof I.IIWH or Illorhhr. the
11. Grand Juries were threatening to have failed or refused to be thrifty J. 1'tI. LbO': ;. Comptroller. 1
Hawthorn has declared that he the Townsend Plan of Old Age
4 This It entirely Ignores the Impoitanceof
was
Into" the matter
"go
indictments whereverthe Pensions will not be
will bring Revolving
TRIBUTE that In most every saving as a means of creating t .
fact
due to the Gamblers b
trail leads are amiss. 0

The untimely death of William participation in the "contest"could distressed Many are leaving As a staunch advocate and student capital.which everyone Yet most ban of today the blessings are due W ""I I'' Gl v I "
registering
made by
be
V. Balmier. on Jan. llth 1935, possible admission.The Miami. Leading night clubs are of thin plan and one who ban to the thrift and "saving for old .. II. ..
in the theater after it is studied all the criticismof "'['NPS 1 I : : .
hich resulted from complications ruled suffering tremendous losses read and age" of our ancestors" ,; H q'I I Fw ;
has
attorney general to close their It that has come to his atten- : 1 ;g ,
ollowlng an automobile accident said-threatening Babxon richer ... 1h r ", oW" if
Yes, Mr. we get ...
that It can't be done that way- ... ? <:I... ;
'as a shock to the entire commu- season long before they had Intended tion, It seems to the writer thatit ... 'e ... ...
Interested Individual only as we produce, but when I a :: a a.: :: a :! rl :
Ity where he was born Noy. 4th that every admission or It is held that the Palm Is up to him to point out some of ask you, have we had the oppor- :
899, and lived to young manhood.At whether he buys an Island Club, owned by major own the fallacies and gross misrepresentations tunity to produce 1 This Is just %; f'. .' : entitled to participation
the age of 18 he commenced not Is er of the Tropical Park horse trackat to be ,found In the said what the citizens of thU country 8 f
be
orktng for the Seaboard Airline that It is not necessary that he Miami Is featuring Earl Carroll criticisms from writers of national have been longing and praying for ..nen. au''nni I. -, .. ')i
actually within the theater on "N's I 'l', 1z H" Itl. No. ;"
beauties in floor reputation. 7.00/1.00. "
nder the wise guidance of Capt. order to have an and sixty-two these long lean years, and just loll" sax 101" 1'1" No, : .. __ _'--- -___. 28.00/1.00 20o00.0U. :f..
A. Bryan whose Interest in boys "bank night" In show at Palm Island Club said to I wish to comment briefly on articles what the Townaend Plan proposesto 141'.. Tex .No. 1)1.. Nn *2---------- -. __ .__..____ ao.o/lO.oo 80.000.0" .;{ ;'
to reap the "reward"The !Npe. 7'ax Hc Uis No. r'rurAl'N
opportunity spectacular and more recently published by Waiter : 10.000.00 :
an Temperate produced, studious several useful and faithful men. preceedure outlined by the to be gorgeous even more than any "Vanities" lie Llppman Roger Babson and give are to heartily the people.We In. accord with __ .. 10.000,00, 9,1t3ue"io9ooo.ootosoeo.ao, \'M1,;.:

) the attorney general was agreeable I to Broadway's white Margaret Culkin Banning the latter AII".J'I'II A'D I.IAIUI.JTIIIJ"
task r
assigned Mr. Baisden ever gave you about the abilities and experIence ANSI:TS-. ,
Without .
ecame a valued employee of S. A. the theater owners "Bank I I lights Deauville, second famed In her article "Shopping forUtopia" of the old people. This Is one Overdraflen, It..I"'It''r'' (1..neral Nrhool Fund _. Dr'Fra.Mn 2,245.45Hninnre (',. ''"

until his death when he held the their concurrence however night club. Is having bad da'sand which appears In the Sat- reason why these old people have A..L". U..r..1 IoI'ho..1 Fund _. _u. l.ftI0.9: tJy
ositlon Nights" and "Race Nights" wouldbe I Is in danger of early urday Evening Post of January :; in I'opaeltorl. !" : ...ntr: 'r.x llletrlctr lI'm ;
of claim agent. nights. been chosen to dlstribue this vast Mru.en A.aetn. Nperlol :: : ::
He was married to Miss Jessie doomed. I voluntary closing. 19,-which I will do shortly. amount of monthly. But IN Frown.: Aee..I.. Ntmrlei Tax. Dletr/ate nnul Fun9M._ 70,32
money 1)INte: :
HHlxn.'e in FunJs
U.poelturteN Tex .
Hillsborough So far I have found no writer Npe I a 6,971.05: ,
tae Farley of Jacksonville Oct. DUVAL, DADE this ability recognized by the em- inveetnenle. MY"rlal.. Tax GIetrIrlM. I. N N. l"1I"d.___ I.HIIO.OO 'Fro.eu
2, 1918. who with ,her three ''A SPIRITED PRECONVENTION Pine lias and Polk Counties each who will credit the Townsend Plan ploying class? After a man reachesthe AeeMe. 141'h.1 1',,,. 1".It.tM: J. oftjlc Fundlaaua.oz: ?'

contest is under way among three members In the Houseof with the saving of any money in Fixiii .
aughters Georgia, Rose and Maria have age of forty-five he Is no longer ANNhrsLat. .

Jean mourn the loss of.a de- young democratic leaders for the Representatives, maximum per- any way of the billions that are needed In business and Is let -. -_______ ___ _____________________ 20.2211.00"rho..1 '
nllll.IIIIII" __ __ __.___ '
in 1111.200.00
State organiza counties under out charities, -- '
oted husband and father. Presidency of the mitted the five largest now being paid out to shift for himself as bent he Fundtore . ____ 12.a80.00
He Is also tlon for the next two years the constitution Next eight- public works, federal relief doles, Apparatus --.- ., d.
( survived by his father matter how faithfully or --
can no : : : :: ngg
eo. W. Baisden of Starke; Geo. Young Demos will meet at Tam- een largest counties have two crime etc., etc They say the how competently he has performedhis I.llraries .. .::::: : :

atsden, Jr.. and Miss Lucia Baleen I pa on the 11th and 12th A members each Two of these Townsend Plan proposes to give to duties. The acceptance of this I.IAnhr.lT115S: .
that 8 of the of the Wllrr"1". OIlI.lanll'"II'' n..n..1 H'hnnl Fund .______ 1,022.91 '
feel cent ;
class population
of Jacksonville, Miss Maude number of candidates will revert to the one member per pension would not be compulsory, Nul" Ollt..I"ulloK, tI".l'al H'houl Fund ____ _____ 1.783.0' {'
ialsden and Mrs. Geneva McCabe they have the honor sewed up ? They are Santa Rosa and Columbia United States over half of the national and those who did not want to nond. ((,.neral ('''U"t,,) ftutatandin' U en.Ian Set F'ii. 2'.00)0.0' .
of Bud Mizell of Gainesville In population Income, and that it propones H'rh a Current JIll'' unp'd. Uul.tandin.. 8ult. Yd 7.1f30.115"1
f Philadelphia and a large numer -, Friends both outstripped cease their activities could remain W.rr.nl" Ouletandlnx. 14p.rlai. Tax OI"lr".t, .------- 111." i"Donde
of relatives- Starke and eth- claim-that he has the sup- according, to, the 1930 Fed- .o maintain or finance, this plan In their positions. It would be en- Outslsudlna' Special Tai llunded UI"ttlelll e._. SS.OOO.oo".

r points la the state. port of the delegates from thirty- eral Census, by Broward and Le by Increasing a ten per cent tax on tirely optional with them. No Mr TOTAL -______ -___ ____.____u.UJII..2.U 111.11. {.
No boy raised in Starke has'atained two of the sixty-two club existant Counties, who step up from the thirty billions of gross sales which ,:':
Charles Ausley to the two claim was the sales In : or nciinoi .. ..DIIRR'UFOltlJ '
in the state member group they gross
a honrable
more successful and one ("OI' TY KLOHIIlt KOK THM VKAH tOIIIKD JI'NH Ml, 1B.1-4
manhood truly without Tallahassee municipal Judge and member group Reapportionment 1934. Mr. Llppman claims It would
emlsh. promising young lawyer, Is one of of the house Is automatic take a tax of seventy per cent to The following report of the Hecelpt and Disbursements of the HCHOOF. Funds of Bradford. County forth
.. year ended June 80 1834 with the Depository. Iialanne and amount of Warrant outstanding; as reported
The words "Death loves a shln- the aspirants whose friends also No longer is there any dodging It raise the money, which were total l>y the Muperlntendent of (Public Instruction for said County I I. hereby published under the Provision of 1{

g mark" were never more tru- claim substantial strength . ; Not so with the Senate however sales to remain at the 1934 low Chapter '113, Act of 115 of the laws of Florida.. J...M. L.RB Comptroller.

said than of "WIllie" Baisden Sumter L. Lowery and Geo. Bays, Senator continue to judge level would probably be correct. ----- -- -- -- -

have their hats In the create BUT can be so short sighted -
hose name was synonynous with of Tampa. their own representation anyone 1 1

lilt) and Integrity.. ring Large counties,. becauseof their districts It Is not believed as to think, with the enforced I ... ...

In accordance with his requestwas greater representation will havea that the senate will do much In the pending of two billions of dollars I Ii: ; r5 I ,

burled In Crosby Cemetery potent say W. R. Smith sec- direction of changing or increasing monthly and regularly, that FUND" III o r I ., ., III 't'a

/ the side of his beloved mother retary to the Governor an Orlando -i the senatorial districts In the the retail sales of the country 0 0 I :y"! 1 :: = = ::6 :! to b'F
resident wUl retire after two would remain at the same low level .. mtl .. .. Fw :I" S.
rs. Zuella Baisden whose death I session approaching. Q. i s a. ;: ... :: a '
"
:: aw 11;
'i I! p I i.!
first president of the or- as they were In the worst yearof I' 4a I e" yq nyY
March as -
25: 1933 was the greatest years 5. .!! :; :; t ; :! "" 8. .. '/
rrow of his life. ganization ... There Is some talk CONGRESSMAN CALDWELL, the depression when no one had cc_ ': : N. n .I ...j to" 7 h
The pallbearers were his bualss of revising the constitution so that of Milton is apparently not going any money to upend even for the t'' .g:; M c's.- I rw .. 1w .. i O .. hi .. ,"

succeed himself. necessities of life ? Mr. ; I ; I ::3
and of a president may to be so fortunate in 1935 ai actual
associates a number when he was returned Llpprnan'a arguments all throughil ,1" ioraf HC'I, nT Funr f' _----....-- -- 8,716.71A! : -1? '-U.\U:\ -'753: ; 27.72 I,-- 1523.oe1dI,41lf :nCf i..
aboard officials were present at I he was In 1933 Special, Tea. h..ol Ulatrh I tNo. 1-,._________ 413.2\\ r 170.17( 1 IU.S" 4'
s interment. The committal ser- ATTORNEY GENERAL LAN- for a second term without article are Just as senseless as "Npeelul, T.u Nrhooi 1 "I"tr''t' Nn. 2 ._ '_ .___. '."ll.ftlll./. / 130)) 74111 403.01' 10" I.al'.n I'Mpel '
e' '' -- a I 0"f16 1. ::10.IH( 43j', \ .W,
.t
ce beii' rr >.,Hr. that h" h.ten PI"- It appears definitely IS' \ :
? r ad by Rev Dig will deny opposition this.They one"- )4"10' tr .1.1 5 "1 ,87 i':,
the Baptist t h.<..... 'ng the matter a second UIOUE''>t, certain that r e "til have one or I say "!!? r u... ., 1"< ,"'i* sax ...hoot ul.tnts, 1\00. e- _.'. ._ ..a72.UtI t "'", ..,...*.Jn 11111411 oiT.O' l4.7. ,iiMp.rial
So will In pensions an'' amount equal to Tas .hool OI"t..l.t No. 7__-_ ------- I I U1.g 1041 111.3.1 ,
May the example of this splen- I but it Is nevertheless true that more strong opponents H".lal Tax "'el"oll.l"trlct III... /1.___ __ ..______ lod 7 101.161 I 05.05 'I..U// 0,11.0>17.75. ) .
d young life cut down in its I many believe he Is giving serious Congressman Sears state-at-large, i halt of the tolaf Income of the 1'.1. Tax flchool Dletrlct. No. 10 ___ _.______. 802061 3J6.711! 8.111.3$ Il
here I' ____________ D.I 606 161 ill 811' 30.20 I n.1 __1M 711
lm.. be reflected In the lives consideration to the idea of running also unopposed In 1933 This I United States tornVell, right Spatial HI'al' Tat Tax 'hool.hu..1 IJI"trlct r'l.lrlct No.Nn. 12 U4.BI' 11I0.4" 13.76 nd 501>.IIJ 'II\''
.
'Its young men of Starke and for Governor in 1936 The whether Florida representation In let me say that 'we are not Inter- 1I\I..lal\ Tax School fJl.trld N" U --------------.4' 77, 41570i 4&.fO od 53011 "
of- continues on the present ested In the national income In fig Special Tax School lJl.trlc' N.. III _________.__ Inl II'HI.371' 731.1 83.11"1 10.001 IU.I' II,
erever he was known.A attorney general is one public Congress : H".al.1 Tax H'bo..11J1..trlct. 1'10.11 __________ 1..1 lilt Or t71.U .41 ad 1N1I.1t rNVelan 11S
FRIEND. ficer of whom It can be said Is not baal or re-district uring this pension as It has nothing Tax School DI.trlo" No. II -___ ._______ 10" 2.71111". 1.1124.30 171.81 od 1.8H3.4 .f,-,
for whatever to do with the railing Fund 01 "pe Tax liolld.1I 1>/111_ 2_________ 49.1101 Y21.81 3111.70 643.55IAN
office a -
dependent on public Fun" ot Sue Tax on".d t'/.. I II t.1I6 P 1.326.011 1,125.54 1.41)8.71 lad
An instrument has been developat living. He quit one of the most BOTH R. A. GREEN and Joe of this money. Gross sales Is las Fund of "I'. Tax Bonded II.. 5----------- 466.41 3,66121 1.11I0.13 t.IU.U

yie. University of Iowa to lucrative law practices In the state Sears are expected to oppose any what we are Interested In. and 1&'Is 514_ : Fund! _otHIM'r.IO"d..L_ : IJ!. _,- -,,-,,- -If 113,56 1,373. r 1.0764' UII U I,361 +

at singers' voices registering off- to become attorney general at a redistricting of the present congressional not unreasonable to believe that Ara lverdreft __ -"---- 10f340' 1.44111 {

y notes. mere pittance of his earning pow districts Other mem under the Townsend Plan salsa ,. Total __..._ .. 7.--.:"---...__ I It ,






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PAGE 11:1011'1"' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAB.KJI!. FLORIDA FRIDAY
: FEBRUARY
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: f. Bradford County Telegraph Maybe ou',ve Economic' Highlights L ODD -- BUT R.UE. 5

4'1 Established 1877 (lndUIJtrla.aNewa. Review) '

i: Heard" It Bat; ,
:
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second'ClassMatter
............ That Affect tae ntmmf
at the Post Office at Starke Florida r.n.. i>." ..... *ClM-. mm* TmmBUI
J Belated .' 10"...,., radHMntNatroaal i AN AVERAGtOP '
: Report' ... ...ta. _...-, ..........a QvtR ,
E..,L. Ml t hew8._-______ ___-_-_______Editor and Owner Your correspondent' was a little .......,.,.a 8r.d, Leal.. Welt.r.Aecerding ,-,_, HALF A ftULUONOOUMW
! = late arrlviD 'fat the scene buffer' '- .+ i won OP etQrf"f

\ ---' RATE ;< did finally" get to the house where / to "the"'old'I saying. A DAY HPAtUH '
\3 i. ', SUBSCRIPTION Fred and "Ma"'Barker were killedIn The'mills of 1rol'lTlftd lowly PRODUCED iROM l1'lNVENTIONt '

t 1': :.j Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance a machine gun battle with Federal -but ,they' grind "exceedingly RY ,
agents several weeks ago. fine.." ',rH' '
j; Advertising: Rates on Application 1 TH&U AS A.lD On&MCB
The house Is only about a block That adage can be accurately ap NIt rutsr PATCNIIN
oft the highway and the back of It plied to the present Congress aa a
J..: A man who sings his own praises usually sings a solo. is plainly visible from the road.'A it considers the President's new tlA4'gyp.

0i peaceful looking place freshly recovery and relief program. It Is .
painted white, and with bearing or moving slowly It Is talking' a good 1
-i\' One exchange it's only a step from stock holder to /1
says
'''''J" ange,trees in the yard-it is hardto deal, and It,is gradually grindingout i .
bag holder. imagine the,staccao barking Of legislation toward the two
,r 0 machine guns In the quietness that principal projects of the White

'//ii/,J' ,i. ". "IlJr":: 'n is when an after-dinner now prevails. House-social security and an un- 's 2.'MIbiltloA-

'f''';' pause The moroidly curious--which Includes precedentedly vast, public works I

'). speaker. sits down.If us-are kept from coming program, designed to.eliminate, he II I

0'k close to the house by a high wire dole j,

the;meek'should' inherit the 'earth we're afraid they fence and several small signs! that The public works program la of
Inform you with dignity ,that, you the most Immediate interest. It
'1j wotii1" 't.. keep, livery. long. must not set foot Inside unless you will cost $..OOO.OOOooo--the largest

.\ world have "the penalty of the draft ever, ,dfttwn: against the

!'"' Life is like a restaurant: you never know that you are law" about, your neck. However, United States Treasuryfor 'any
'i: the bullet holes In the\ aide of the single purpose: ,'It,will put about "

going to get 'what 'you order.- house ,were. plainly,.vislble ,from 500,000: men.Jo, work ,directly.

0 where we were lawfully allowed. to And If,the President's;\' hopes ma K&ffipSBtsalary.

You are an old-timer if you can remember the days when stand. terialize it will put another 3,500- / I Peyae'tttat1bti0r'WPiGOr1@
: .i''t Oklawaha seems to have be- 000 to work indirectly In jobs cre- iK C1lr1lCMt t5 t-
7 a woman had to be "led": to the altar. come accustomed to and a tnfle ated by the spending power,of the nri $IQ wV

-0....- bored with Its notoriety. You are first 3500000.: '

':11'. A bachelor is the man who believed that it was better to casually directed to the house when Equally Important are the prom- ...,

do you ask for Information and, that ised principles upon which the pro- ..t _' -. ... ,._."'=. :::;;;
j put off until tomorrow what you could today. Instinctive human impulse to "tell gram is predicated. All work Is "' ........ ..

0 all about it" has disappeared. At to be useful in that It will either 1\.a.I TM9 wTlM A CMICAOO' HtrfSPAPtft.

One store advertises "Antiques-New and Old" and the time we visited the spot there permanently improve. living conditions BROUGHT TMt ACWIa.ta.00
was only one other sightseer present or create new,wealth.
,t. ,. ome folks will be dumb enough to buy them. -a slightly deaf man who. was for worker will be above the Pay- TEttrHDMl CAUS MAT Of VMICNwtftt
present
all. INDIA' Tilt a\WL"
FAT
.
0 all cut because he could not get ,
up "dole" level-but will be low ,. OFFERS 00f
fS Washington Lincoln; Roosevelt-a distinguished trio close enough to take photographs.And enough BO that the men employedwill aRt TV* ,MOWC tceou
lz
whose birthdays[ close together. by the way. according to still keep an eye out for jobs L-.r- .a ___ ,______ _
come very --- -
TI the dally papers, residents of Ok In private business. Projects will -
'I 0 lawaha were mad as anything because be selected so to use the I
as
::to I largest = cents for canned and
-
it is fair that deer should the name of their little village amount of goods. were of one sort and another there was
One Animal lover says that only possible labor for the making their way back to Punk In
J be armed so they might shoot back at hunters. 1. was spelled "Oklawaha" by money spent.. The money will be Gom Other Pens II Ridge Pleasant Hill or Oshkosh: now and then here and there i
', the press and not "Ocklawaha, as allocated ou the,r j..basis 'of the hap who saw 'Flordla for what It
0 they contended It should be. How lIeed-t1Iat.: But there isn't any logical rea-
greatest is, a state
f In 1 was.: bought a home In Florida and
As the man who is trying to pay off a note, would say, ever In passing,' we noted that which has twenty'per cent of its Bon the world to far as we can .
became
1 wherever' the name appeared on THE: WAY'TO, FAME nee, why a home In "Mee-yam-mee i a citizen. Others who saw
people on relief will get more thana
"It's not the interest its the principal of the thing. store windows hotels, etc. It was state which has But ten cent By James J. Montague or any other spot In Florida should advantages her that needed not

i __ o spelled without the "c". on relief, It is",said the per public If Adam and Eva had spent' all of not be Just as desirable or Just as the pawing and bellowing of the

., When driving try to remember that it [is a long lane that Fair -and Colder works program' will avoid competition -! Without their any lives trouble at all.. boom valuable days.now' Florida as it has was lost in noth the "realtor" to magouy' out were prevented -

.has no turning and try to be ready to turn with it.. South Florida seems to have definitely Is Justifiably with private Jittery enterprise about which Had they merely cried "Shool! ing of value that it has ever had front buying by I the prohibitive
of
real
govern- price estate
'G' in at the
We can't bother with you, the.past. We still have our
taken the "fair bWllneas"away
ment activities la the Industrial time still hold Florida In pleasant
'I A woman in jail in Miami set fire to her cell three times. from the northern part of field.. When, the the wall serpent, leered over twelve matchless months climate In the; we year still In which have recollection and may have the good
the state. While have not had
"
is?! ,She must have got awfully hot about being locked up. the opportunity of we attending a car. The list of possible, public works And continued to dwell In contentment people, can .stay in-doors or out- sense to tackle our state again
when a boom Is not
has not been completed but a number side blowing. A
'' and Just as they please still
ease ; we
'j I ()- naval in :years In this section we West Indian hurricane is
are known. Public buildings bad but
With never a tiff or row, have the possibility for a to
a man
at Festl ,
who makes the best trap and the man were pleased the Orange will even a hurricane is
The man mouse be one. Bridge building will Year In and year out make a living and some money preferable to
k val In Winter Haven last week to
have beaten to their doors. be another. Soil conservation and unless he is sometime when a boom Is not
who owes for one both paths see all our old friends Includingthe Beyond any doubt too cussed lazy to get
o tattooed lady and those non sanitation will come, in for their They would both be forgottenby out and hustle for it. In fact we blowing. A West Indian hurricane -
share as will tunnels, flood dams bave'everyt.hlng had In is bad but even a hurricaneIs
now. we the
? : The earth wobbles slightly as it. turns ; therefore; don't descript persons with too many and forest conservation. Road boom days except the "realtor" preferable to a boom.
arms and legs, and to make the acquaintance -
think that every man who walks unsteadily is drunk. of newer notables: a building will naturally be near the Had Caesar continued to rule over with his hand-me-down suit of misfit DeFunlak Herald
head of the list., Rome golf knickers, and in -0-
this
; one
o black boy who pops his eyes like I
all get-out and the man who chews There was considerable dissatisfaction In the days of the long, long particular we are not sure that SOME SORT OF NUISANCE
t in these hectic
Sea.-headline. And
"Baby Born at
in'Con..a.'over' the fact ago our loss Is not Satan's gain. The
hi. nose. All
1 times the poor little thing will probably remain that way. The sword swallower; we noticed that the Presldens.-wants the public Without thumbing his nose "realtor" was nothing but a two- Health hall Officer Dr. Henry of Florida.Hanson chief
works under his control At his by-four real estate He hal
Q f "has not been wanting'his time money I powerful foes agent filled order Tampa's walkathon closed '
Congressmen wasted'to' distributeit Such as Brutus Casslus and Co.. With hot air and mountain scenery ai
since last and is
our meeting. now
.One woman we know thinks "social security" means being and to a "sanitary nuisance. Keeps
He
hack-saws Instead of. themselves. Hwever, this Idea might have been happy for figure his disappear
putting
away right In line
e invited to every bridge party that takes place in town. those sissy smooth-edged blades. : seems to be definitely',out-.allocation many long years ,ance as any loss to Florida wouldbe and police with. of other the Health Officers

M --.o.-----------&-' The tattooed lady,,of course did. of funds will be In the jurisdiction And enjoyed a large measureof like going into national mourn have been bearing down stated who
of the Whit. House through fame; ing over the death of "Pretty Boy" heavily on
n't have much left for Improvement
room this
?} And now they announce stream-lined bath tubs. We had that without a board appointed by the President. But today I and you Floyd or "Baby Face" Nelson. indescribably silly procedure.
|te takingIn
; ,a hard enough time to keep from breaking our neck as it was. her fact and she has to leave I I Sq far aa the social security program Would observe "Caesar who?" Florida has, all that It has ever Ninety in day.these In ;Jail Idiotic for the participants -

uft' o that alone for' Identification purposes is concerned it is finding If anyone mentioned his name. had to commend. It to the northern I and a year clua a., heavy'walkathons fine fur
i she about the rather hard goUig.L ,It; seems that tourist or home-seeker and that I
-so was same. the promoters
Deware of a still dog still water, or a still woman1.'.-Palatka You a might be a Just pun
'"We feel that the carnival has. every Congressman has. his own may 'lead If you care to, a the collapse ,of a former 'boom" or ishment. Of all the
T Times-Herald. We've never seen 'much of any of the overlooked' the one really forward Idea ae ,to how tha, 111. the ageand calm peaceful life' the depressing effect .of a panic of a nutty contrivances
the,unemployed should be aide And abide by whole tomes full peculiarlyfoolish age
through world-wide
i :three. step that might have been takenIn In it's scope, this was about the nuttiest.-Winter -
,- is much-argument: many of laws. should
the years that we have absent* -there long keep Florida depressed Haven Chief
'ourself from Its varied attractions :- words and little agreement. By But you need not expect. is unthinkable. Like the Phoe-
Some folks express wonder at why the laws cannot be unit. that is sex-determina the time.. this is read, the so-called That you'll ever collect nix Florida will arise from the --0-

enforced, but they never miss 'an opportunity, to break one tion"" for those boxes of candy the Townseud ,plan.;' .whereby, .every Any' measure' of. public 'ap ashes of this depression fact 'SOME' SWELL;' SOME:_GROW

selling of Which: seems to be "de person ,.over sixty:would, .beJ given plause. seems to be rising now-but our Such a high opinion -;:/'be"has- of
themselves. $2QOp4nouth bytte. gove ment. If you, yearn to be famous long most devout for
hope
rlguer" at any tent show. Theyare our state Is himself. Struts aroWl<\,,town with
r .a still'vended with old recklessabandon' will probably hav!'beeh.Introduce! after you dieAnd that no part of,it may ever have all his pin feathers _out. at right
he and.. attention to the in the lower housgiroponents'ofLife be honored and sung far such another wave of insanity as angles.: 'He
If George Washington had lived today would never even laughs at his own
rl The result plan claim enbUgtaT supporter andnear swept over It 'during the' boom -
suitability prises.
Jk Jokes laughs before elm
have taken the chance of throwing that'dollar]] across the' was that'we drew a dingy card otIIb&erle' to get U.throUghAThe, ,prudent'. By men,still ,unborjn. some years ago;' Possibly the only even smiles. .Contrast anyone this other"he"

River. while next..c1oorftelgbbot. Influencehowev'er, will oer thrown You, must blow your'owdhorn, permanently'geod ettect' that, the .
fptomac< .
aggressvlely ggbinyt ll, and In favor Anlt"make'abtg' fuss while I boom had :
an Innocent miss of sixteen on Florida was the fact see him blatenely informing the
rewarded with .of, sAmuch more__moderate poligy .' you're here. ._ that doubtless' many people
was packageof were world
a how
V'ou'Id-betourists '. I It should be run This
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who have heard that Florida is full :
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razor blades. .. i-Tamoa Times attracted to the, state who ,
III! Y I, ; might "he" 'OWDS'hi.. home, he studied
: : are advjsed{ to remember the old saying that there is always .The wielder of the electric tattoo -' never have seen It otherwise and builds upon- his acquired
Business reports are encourag ANOTHER BOOM? While of
: room"forgone '' needle'was still doing-business at many these visitors were knowledge. Abraham Lincoln voiced -
more. the 'old stand (but with new.bunt- ,big-The; countr)' ,Is experiencing, LORD HELP US! doubtless schemers speculators It so aptly, "Some swell, others
i( .. 0' Ing) and seemed -awrutlyl'.willlap.: gradualimprovement-In about every The Okeechobee News says that I and Get-Rich-Quick Wallingfords grow."- Messenger./ .

fla J If Mrs. Dionne thinks she is having trouble with her pointed when we walked, ojtwsy, line, of endeavor! ? \ Miami Is really on a boom. If the ..
'II without submitting tnuhife,masterpiece Trade I according to, Dun &: News means to Intimate that MIami -- --- '::=-:
fi until she tries
'quintuplets now just wait to get them all married -
and perhaps other South Florida
of art depicting robust lady\ Bradstreet, 4!% filing, above the AMAZE A NUTS
'-.. off at one time. .In' a flowing white roba.throwing: levels of 1930 anti J.Q31.. Where. at towns are about to experience

o 0 I herself dejectedly on the- Rock\of the, beginning of, 1932, that com another wave of Insanity such: as
Inff..,. swept that end of the state and SCIENTIFACTS.JBYARNOLDAMIL.KYOCEAN ; ;
Ages We explained, rthat the panYII' bUlllna act.l1llty
They say that cold weather will kill all the bugs. Won.1
Rock 'was'a'little'heavy. for any. stood at 50.1,1 it- now touches sev separated many,spoor from
'der:; [fit will kill the bug who sends you a check but forgets to one' In'our'physical condition and enty-four-a gala of forty-five per his money some years ago then we

\',sign hU name ,to it? anyway the night waa.too cold..to cent. This increase is largely due hope-the Jffewa 'Is mistaken., .
.. make, an artist's canvas out of..eur to retail distribution gains which We don't like that word "boom."
0- bare chest. are five 'per. cent,above last year Wt.bave never: been drawn into
'_ Roosevelt has intimated that he wants a fellow named ; The American eagle In red, In.'N... England; ''elght to twelve any sort of speculation during a

l..c Garner! tabs his running mate in 1036. 'Somehow the name white .and blue and.a ,flower, bedecked per cent.up ,00... /(.Pacltlc:;: Coast, boom and personally we' have never -
I ; Sounds"strangely familiar cross, with,,Inscription and twentyto..thirty-per cent Improved lost a cent mope excepting th
( .. -'ID'K.mory of Mother';, are bis ,In the Middle West; with the sense thaCaverybod/floses( in
n'u 0 two beat- elllDI' numbers, the," tattoo the balance of the country showing tho'general stagnation ot.every

'jfl .If theyhever); do start makin'g clothing out, of pine tree man said. It was easy to see, rises of,from' ti-flWve- to' fifteen per thing that inevitably. :,follows,:'the PRESERVING ,'" "" I
( < I ,. from grain and collapse of boom. 't'HE'EII=FEL.
1 'th'ere however that he considered these cant. ,Reports a ,
!$; pulp is no in this of the who I
have
one part country can
: two designs merely,panderings; to livestock markets. are also encouraglng. West Florida"fortunately, -j-h.41 .The EIFFU.TOWBR ,
a' any )tHJ8e t not being well dressed. aa uncultured public; nJfoc' hlm- little of the Insanity experienced that T .. MINTED A MMHT riUOw: I

of self, he preferred the ,.Rock' of ''Steel production 1'- at forty-four swept over ft Ma-a*A wwiuaru MA BkA_ part vt r NOW CONSIDERED THE BEar
'1 V' (Ir Ages Item or Vesuvlua._ erupbngagainst per cent of capacity gain over' the state during the boom but every 3 1 ; NtlsItvATlvIt,0pL0a.p1 .
the .
One in
disappointments history when
ofj greatest was .
\ a background.(. .coconut recaat levels. It Is still advancing section of the, state suffered ... ,
: a MJtfdfewest: ( church advertised fan dance but had the ".
,If' a per palms. 1 Electric power production shows when the boom collapsed. Our r '"..
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:former appear with all her clothes on. -' I some gain*. The construction industry home is right on the highway and

," ",,". Early Breakfast ," long,,dormant la showing from morning till night and some J i
0 Last week waa our first attend signs,of recovery;: due principally times all during, the night there ';"'-or
fir- The city's beautification project is coming along fine aace;:at a "Press Breakfast",:" anelalthOuch to the activities of the Housing Administration was a constant stream of cars Ttit assay lARITYCWA +, ;"".
each should his the Iou of a whole night's after slow mostly from SaUD MICK-WHITS. M40( MOMSCCNT ,i iRA ,0
4 a and ,home owner get own individual project which, a "narth of the Erhigh- $ WAS, Oath -
'' sleep will probably shorten our life starts seems ta be' gathering momentum er.OJ,feverishly CM MMMT MTWIt ;i
way 'to the movement rushing to "Mee- YOKOHAMA
; under ; help progress. to' I Sa.Itow.woNNM
span materially we hope live ln w'rsas-
Its drive to make
peo- am-mee. Every hour during the I MMMMQH A UAMUWM ..-
'".: .- 0 to enjoy many more of them. ple build and renovlse their homes.A day a car would stop In front of STEAMER.

,i The\ Leeaburg Commercial has discovered what "stuffed.shirts" Promptly at 12 o'clock ham and recent Annalist statement, our home and a voice aa raucous i

',r, are. They're the fellows who go around"inltheir eggs,served coffee,and grits and pancakeswere at 12:18 sent. out over the financial wires and strident. a storm ripping a -.
promptly
said. In effect that aJllnatters of In roof from a barn would
1 jrfhirt; *le ves on cold mornings with a couple of red flannel' o'clock ham and eggs. coffee grits Interest J.o busiWess'"afS overshadowed "Is, this the road to Mee-yam.Inquire

1':undershirts underneath. and pan-cakes had disappeared.. >jr'the possibilities Inherent IDee T;'-.We were. sometimes awakened

0'l Russell Kay, master-ef-ceremoai In the Supreme Court's forthcoming at night with, 'the eternal i :
,; lea had a neat trick for keeping decision,,,,:bfl; gjtgoltf'aetBureact. queryt "14 this the. road to Mee- :
Scientists that the four characterizations his
say strong of gueata wide awake until dawn. ": It seems sure**however, that yam-meeT" By and by. In the

(; :s genius) are: Obstacles bring out his,fighting powers. He is Every time any one. of the gentlemen quick remedial action will be taken fullness of time many of these

';'persistent,in his undertakings' carries Important',taskshtoitgh'on : his coffee showed. signs of nodding Into if -the Court holds against the ar. Clame- training back to, the ti
; cup Russell would bring I'OTenuneqt-Coarnu Is prepared tuna of "Rock: Me tQ ; Mothr. 100% -
Sleep AMERICAN _
; his'own initiative. His wish to excel amounts al- on :a ran dancer*and
tile
': party for aa adverse decision ." -
i ) ,..and bills But they weren't looking for POISON !
$'mmi to a>,.passion.. To which we might add,that he doesn'tfalf would pt into. (uU.,swing, again. 4r. already. drafted la case It again 'Meeyammeeanjr: mote. They .AMaalCMANT.vr i..A- MATIV-
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r .' r asleep. ,the! moment he sits down to think. Is Who quicker was It than that said. "The" fan I becomes necessary to rnamp.our had been there. bad spent four .,. .
the
.\' eye.: ? I money system.: days and a dollar and thirty-nine ---- '
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