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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Names Berry Shipments Board Members 51 I! I Green To Discuss I,(
Teachers
Continue This Week I Ground''log Right County Cross-State Canal FERA Work' Halts -



Wish" Projects Strawberry With-'shipment Fifty began Crates in Discuss, Blanks]'f ,With this it looked week cold and weather as If more the continuing predicted groundhog -- Will Know Fate Representative Over-CBS R A.Network, Green will As Order Comes : 1



it I P W A Request a the through small movement.way yesterday.here of about tbla.Monday fifty week crates with was \With Senator, ter weather.might of six be more right weeks- in his of forecast wIn--' [By ''Next Month canal discuss the Columbia over the a Florida nationwide Broadcasting cross-state hookup ship sys of To Shut UD Shop 't{; 1


the biggest day so far when thirty The sun was shining brightly Item at 7:45 p. m., Eastern Standard .

crates, were shipped. The aver- last Saturday, the scheduled I time, Saturday, February 9,, -
te Farm Road Howpltal, Armory Decide To line Part Of Form i Board I.OHtpnn.lakinI&' Appoint. i Local Administration Fore Con
age price la reportd at about eight time for the ground hog's annu- lit was announced from Washingtonthis
Among Those cents per pint. Supplied By ComptrollerFor I al appearance and that troublesome inento Recomnwndnt Ions week. dross To Give Services ,

Listed With continued cold weather, ApplicationsThe I shadow frightened the lit- Incomplete Representative Green, who Without Pay ,f

berry production will be held back, tle animal every Ume he peepedout makes his home in Starke Is the -
hospital, a combined lengthy blanks, recently sent Teacher recommendations were Work all relief ,
county and It will be several weeks yet of his pole.February author of a bill to construct the on projects In
ory and gymnasium, the hard- before they begin to come in in'any to,Florida tax assessors to use in a, traditional end of received from the Starke Lawteyand canal, and has recently spoken in Bradford County was at a standstill I

Irfacing of the road to the State large quantities.The taking applications for homestead winter-If the day is Cloudywas Brooker schools by the Brad- Congress In Its favor He Is a this week as word came Sat"h
and reIn exemption, came in for their shareof ford County School Board at Its. from
Ison Farm, repairing movement from Plant Cityis unusually sunny. member of the House Rivers and urday regional headquarters t
comple- discussion at the'Monday meet- Monday meeting, but, since they that funds ,
[ ting- the, county Jail with Harbors committee to which the no were available for
picking up slowly eighteencars '
\\n of the court house addition, reported to have been shippedout ing of the County Commissioners were not complete and were not bill has been referred.Schools carrying on operations. i

lid the completion of indexing of there last Friday, when Senator J. M. Mann, of Lake -; I entirely agreeable to the board, It was stated at the local office '1

|unty records were the seven Butler, appeared before the board the appointment of teachers for that more than 700 workers will :i
Suits
ojecta submitted this week bye and recommended, that a shorter Ten Stolen next year was postponed until the To Join be effected by the shut down of ,,

county to the State-Public Farm Program form be used. regular meeting In March. At this : work on projects Including the> r";"

lorks .Administration at. the, ro- Upon investigation the commissioners time appointments for the entire I Lawtey ditch, mosquito control. 'y(I'};

est of James E. Cot'on, state discovered that Tax Assessor From Tailor Shop county school system will be made 'In "Know Florida"Griffin airport and the comfort factory. "or;
'
g'tneel', N. D. Wainwright was using The'resignation of J. S. Shuford It was requested that a skeleton ??,

The request for a listing: of de- Makes' Progress the blanks sent out by the state, as trustee of, Lawtey School was force be kept at the adminlstra- 'n' ..

able local projects came aa the but was adapting them to his accepted. tlon office, but It was not stated f'

\ult\ of the cooperation of the needs, using only such parts of it Belle*'ed To have Befit The Work Petitions I from Vanderbilt UuntM City To Help InObwrvuncn whether or not they would receive ,i

rite Planning Board with Preslt Dickinson Discusses.. Purpose or as he deemed necessary. This or Out-of-Town School No. 10, Hellbron School No. Of salaries for their work. Moat

Roosevelt In outlining a natal Rehabilitation procedure met with the approvalof 1 Racketeer 15 and Rising School No. 16 were Week departments at the local office .

program for reemploymentd Project Senator Mann presented to the Board asking for however, were functioning as usual

| development' of national re- Following are the minutes of the I Ten suits of clothing were stolen an election to determine'whetheror Bradford County schools will this week with employees offering 'I

_:.... meeting in full: early Wednesday morning from M.Leviton' not these districts should con- I join In the observance of "Know their services without any
n;" Rehabilitation of county farms
. aldes the local community pro- I was getting into full swing this W. R. Gatlln requested assistance tailoring shop on Madi- solidate to form one Special Tax Florida Better Week" and "Out- promise of pay.Rehabilitation, .

Its, the state Is, planning' 1m- week with seventeen for Mrs. Edith Simmons, son Avenue, The thieves enteredthe School District. This request wan door Florida Week," which will beheld of county farms '.

vements estimated at $10,000 projects ap- which said request was denied. building by prizing two locks granted and an election ordered Jointly for the first time Feb and the distribution of commodities '4'
to statementby
f i for Florida Institution and a proved, according a The Bradford County Telegraphwas from the front door, and are believed held In the three districts on Tues- I ruary 17-23, A. J. Grlffls, superintendent were not effected by the order. ':'
C. L. Dickinson, supervisor for
construction programt designated as the newspaperIn to have mad[away with the day, March 12, 1935. of county schools and It Is said.
hway I :, \
the work In this county.
would cost about $17,000,000, Those who have received loansto which to advertise' the 1935 Tax clothing about S o'clock. The Board discussed the plan of representative on the All-Florida Escrow payments will be continued \!
Mr. Leviton says that his watch
Sale. the teachers twelve month- committee, said this week.
( depending, of course, on wheth-- date for making repairs to their I paying it was stated Relief clients
I not necessary financing can W. T. Turner, of New River, requested dog began barking about that ly payments Instead of eight as It The purpose of the week Is theacquaintanceship now have approximately $2- .\
or
and other farm
improvements -
buildings assistance from the Pau- time and that he awakened and Is now the This matter was with the beautyof !
I obtained fro mthe Federal Pub- case. 300 on deposit and money will ba Y"t;
Thomas J.
R. B. K.
1 Work Administration are: per Fund, which was refused. heard a car door slam and the left unsettled until the teacherscan natural haunts of Florida and sent here Saturday to meet pay

Improvement in Douglas, Sam Foxworth, E. W. Bond of T. N. Kendrick, as mem- sound of an automobile motor' racing voice their opinion In the mat- I the promotion of familiarity with ments on this amount ';!
rho highway E.
Williams M.
Vandl '
Arida, if it Is undertaken, would Hodges, ber of the Board of County Bond away. He did not become Its history, It is explained.Mr. It Is generally believed that the "
Arnold
Prevatt ter.The
Loadholtz V. R. '
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lode elimination of grade crOBBs Trustees, was approved alarmed, however, because his superintendent was Instruct Grlffls said that he will ask situation here, as In other : .

and curves on some major Griffls, Shlpman Sapp C. C. Grit Ernest Byrd, Janitor of the home and shop are near an under. ed to pay the bank the balance due the cooperation of the town In observance where operations have countiesI, I I!}
John H. E. Stokes, ,
[hwnys, widening of roads, beau- fie W., W. Whitten McKinney, Ernest, A. Wilmot.J. Court House, requested an In- taking establishment and he is frequently on the amount borrowed against of the week, although he only temporary. Jerome A. Con- ;t\\t''
(disturbed ambulance I
cation, surface Improvements, Green and crease In pay, he was allowed an by the State Fund.Iollingsworth. has not ;yet\ completed his plans.It ner, assistant FERA administrator ,\
A.
Monds E.
Iter drainage, and some new con- H. Increase of 92.50 per month, mak- rails.Uluce. la expected that citizens here of Jacksonville, said this week: \
luction. James Moya (colored), ing his salary $3500( per month. I he did not get up, the robbery House will be urged to clean up and otherwise that Washington Issued only suf- J 1

I "The primary purpose of the rehabilitation A petition,' signed by several was not discovered until he beautify their property as flclent! money In February to last >j}

The state engineer asked that program," Mr. Dick citizen tax payers of the New Riv- openeJ his shop Wednesday morn- Burns At Kingsley apart of the program. seven or eight day and It was appropriated ,,7..

I community lists be in his of- inson said, "Is a self-sustaining er section, was presented to the ing and found the suits missing. The combination of the two to the various districts

by February 11 so that they I living for the farmers. The second Board asking that Mrs. S. W The thieves did not bother a rack A nowly constructed house, belonging wc-eka Into one celebration was and< their respective counties ,.t i

_,ht be sent to Washington by objective that we have In view is Moody be placed on the Pauper 6f extra pants and articles of wo to F, C. Hollingsworth, on suggested by the Florida Federation cordlngly. ac'f

rch 1 to be considered in the ; the improvement of farm' opera Roll, upon motion duly made and men's clothing that were hanging the northeast side of Klngsley of Women's Clubs as an addition his be. ,
fprovemeut fund asked by the tions and rural life In general." about, and Mr. Leviton thinks they Mr. Conner expressed a* ;
carried she was allowed $2.00 per Lake was completely destroyed by to the "Know Florida Better" within )
lief that shortly, probably (
tsldent to relieve unemployment The "live at home", principal Is month. were frightened' away by the bark- fire this week. The blaze apparently week which wan Initiated by the week, more will be vent ,

i 3,500,000 persons.' being continually stressed, the supervisor Mrs. Fronle Clemmons was allowed -, ing dog. ,;"v spread from a forest fire Florida State Chamber 'of! ComJ a from money allotment "j.

sald7Tafmers";: : whom $200 for' one month, from I It Is believed thai the robberywas that a high wind had caused to merce more than a decade ago. over the Washington state and the fore'work' proJects v

loans are made are encouraged to Fund. the work of' out-of-town road. .. _
the Pauper jump across a hardsurfaced --- -

(arm Payrolls plant two or three acres of truck The Board Instructed Nelson T. racketeers who are probably, con- People staying on another partof "STATIC' SEEKS MONEY will.--be--resumed..- ,,i f.y

crops, such as tomatoes, beans, and Green to sell the balance of the nected with some second-hand the lake saw the fire and were TO BUILD PAPER M1LLN

okra, eo that these products can be Oil of Tar and Benzol, now on clothing establishment. The suits successful In keeping It from ;


e' Top Place processed If no market Is Imme- hand, to those desiring same at 50c would be of little use to anyone spreading to other nearby homes Applications for loans to build. Strange Mixture t

o s diately available. per gallon, or 15c per quart, those locally for they would goon be recognized No Insurance was/curried on the pulp and paper mills. wore reported

Recipients of loans may repay desiring same to furnish the containers If worn around town. house which was just completed under preparation In several I

rids Industry Now Employs them in three ways-In cash, in This action was taken because Mr. Leviton' said\ that he carriedno late last summer, It Is said sections of the south for presentation Of f Thefts Here 44.y tI
Finance
lloreI"n ThAn Does labor, or in products They run the FERA had discontinued Insurance that would help him --. to under the Reconstruction liberalized loaning ;I
Corp.
cover his lose.Intangible'. 1'LANTING SEASONA
Agriculture for a period of three years. the project.A FOREST .y
of that
powers agency
communication was received Petty Pilfering includes Roosevelt "t
million and half tree seedlings -
minister" from the Attorney General to the a Local Interests In Florida. Goor- I'gnture And
Little 'I 1
"The .
kgiiculture, long the leading) effect that the Bank of Starke had Returns growing In the new State gilL and Arkunnns Indicated an Intention \ I'nilvrwmtr

i,layer In Florida, now ranks In Eagerly Awaited, Here been Incorrectly assessed on personal I forest nursery near Oluntee are to place formal request ]l

md place because of the rapid ) property for the year 1932, now ready for transplanting, according before tho }'olieral.coJ'pOl'utiun at ,I ; ::
to C. H. Schaeffer, ambulant Putty thofta In Starke during i
l.insion of manufacturing and early date.William j
I brilliant Katharine that a portion of the said personal Again About I Due) an Included
the the few have
Vhunlcal industries In the past Starring have been showe state forester. With the exception L. Wilson, chairman of I punt days f
property'shouid
Hepburn, Sir James M Barrie'smuchloved i of a variety of experimental such varied Item as a framed picture j",
years, the University of Flor- on'the Intangible tax roll for that tho! Industrial committee of the "
romance "The Little I species, the trees are slash and of President RooHevelt, a $29
I week. Florida State Chamber of Commerce -
reported this the Tax
Minister" comes to the screen of year. In view of same Agent Will Be flora Ned Month long-leaf pines Intended for reforestation said he know of movements double barreled shotgun, a bushelof .-I
IffHculture now supplies jobs to effect ,
the Ritz Theatre on Sunday for a Assessor was Instructed To Aid In 'FilingBlanks They will be sweet potatoes. and some dainty '
purposes. Federal aid for the t
to obtain pioneering -
the :
139,000 persons, but manu-' I an adjustment of the matter, feminine lingerie. ).
Florida J
two-day run. distributed to Interested
Jtirlng and mechanical Indus- motion duly made and carried Industry In the Southern i
Never before has Miss Hepburn Upon farmers and landowners during tho The picture of Roosevelt, property ''!
declined to disclose
but he
belt -
number their pine ,
142,000 on pay- V. Saxon, L. L. Conner, and
been afforded as colorful and dynamic -I H. The Intangible Tax Departmentof planting season, commencing December Individual projects I of II. C, Wall, was found mlaaM

Ilie figures were furnished in amad I role 'as that of Babble In Mallory Thomas were each committeework. allowed the Comptroller's Office at Tallahassee ; 15, and continuing through plated. cntern'l Ing from IU place above the man- tj
I ,00 for one-half day
.V b.. th eunv......"..y _attarlirvey u__ this romance of the lady masquerading I $4 Is reminding Floridians February. Shade and ornamentaltrees Jesse Jones, RFC head, Hinted, i tel at the Woman' Club building; '; t
as a Gypsy maid, and meby that the law requires IntangibleTax are not available since It Is when members of tho Uachlorettex "f
of the number of persons Mr. B. H. Loftin, of the Record last week when the new corporation ,"
Scotch'clergyman.. Warm Returns to be filed with local not the of the Florida Club went there to take down dec- JV
Ifully occupIed In various purls I of St. Augustine, offered purpose act with the liberalization\ feature -
Company,
color between 1 il
with romance, rich with Tax Assessors January Forest Service nursery to com oration after the Illrthday Ball. n
In Florida. alive with action, "The Little Min the County a ono page advertisement and April 1 of each year. with private numeric. was npprovcd tho agency Wan It Ix believed that the photograph 'j

f 1910, agriculture engaged ister" gives Hepburn another magnificent -i In the Florida Industrial All owners of Bond, Stocks, pete ----... prepared to make loans fur construction :was removed during the dnnca ;41Hlnue

OOO persona, and the manufac- chance to display her act. ;, Directory for $115.00, the matter Mortgages Contracts,. Notes, Accounts FARMERS TO FILE of pulp mlllH with proper the building has been locket: 1

|ng: and mechanical industries and even more firmly i waa laid over until next regular Receivable and other forms CORN-HOG BLANKS! security ever since Mr, Wall would like to \
toyed 73,500, the trend of pop- Ing genius ,' Mr. Jones took the position,
establish herself as the screen's meeting of Intangible personal property have his picture back and promised *r|
lion to urban centers was reled star. Bob itfathews aged colored pauper are required to list their holdingsand Farmers will have to make application however, that In loans for e tabllHhment to ask no question. If it in re- ; j
most amazing young
in the next ten years, and Ritz has also two other interesting ,,waa raised to J3.50 per month; turn them into the Tax Assessor and file corn-hog con of new Industry local interests turned.: '$

I number of ,persons engaged The bookings for next week. Mrs. W.. A. Feeler was added to in the county of their domicile tracts by Friday February 15, L. t should raise half the capital A thief broke the front window ,"|

Igriculture fell r-U9OOOt-while On Tuesday and Wednesday it will tho Pauper Roll at $2.00 per or principle place of business. T. Dyer, Union County' farm agent, i, before applying to RFC for in OasHctt's hardware store ome- *|

lloyment in the industriesbed show "Helldorado" with Madge month Mrs E. J. Lewis' name was Federal Income Tax returns will advised this week, the remainder time Sunday night and made away .1

to 100,000.en Evans and Richard Arlen. Next stricken from the Pauper list be used for the first time to check' Mr. Dyer has an umple supply of .' ---" -- with the shotgun. Although an- j

In the ten years from 1920 and Friday will bring Mr. Chas Jenkins was allowed delinquent owners Intangible 1 these blanks and other papers TYPHOID DEATHS! DECLINE, other gun, some fishing tackle and ,|

030, agriculture turned upwardn Thursday Wives"' with Roger Pryor I $5,00 per week for the care of J. P. Personal Property. The Federal necessary for use In the corn-hog STATE ttOAKIt REPORT NAYS!I a hunting coat were also within jl

to reach the figure of 139.I ,- and"Strange June4Claywortn.: Saturday of Potts. Government make available ''certain I control program, he-, said. Growers Decrease In the number of reach, he was satisfied with just. ||
LA.1930butanufactuting Instructed Income Tax returns to States immediately t"
persons; engaged Mountain Mys The Tax Assessor was are asked to cooperate the one Item. 'I
.
week "Rocky In Florida last com-
this deaths year as
[ Tax Laws.
mechanical ad-
and tery" with ,Randolph Scott will be to make a fair and equitable having Intangible pared with 1933 from typhoid fev- The sweet potatoes were stolen E Jil f
latries Earman Chief IntangibleTax -
employment jumped by on the personal tax assessment Joe S. .
justment from bank to C. J. ,1
a belonging ,
all forms and
shown. and tuberculosis ( )
DO persons In.the same decade of J. M. Alvarez for the Inspector, will be In Starke, EX-RABBI TO SPEAKDr. er
*, Powell. The missing lingerie wan rJ:
from cancer (all forms)
lit agriculture In second place. 1931 and 1932. March 7, for the purpose of assist Converted perhaps !
HALL years Max Wertheimer, forecast this week by Dr. from the clothes line of-but we jl
ployment in trade and combe MISSION W W. Coleman was allowed ing the citizens here to comply be at the was
will
Jew, an ex-rabbi, Stewart O. Thompson, director of promised not to mention any O
!=':r-csed from 20.000 Into Because of known Iniquity, I $2,00 per month from the Pauper with the Intangible. Tax Law. I! Mission Hall as speaker next Tuesday the Bureau of Vital Statistics, name there. .-I
I 47,000 in 1930; the proIons restrained God pronounced Fund. He .
which was not night, February 12. comes State Board of Health, as the official V
such as engineering, law, a Judgment of His chosen I Reports were received from the DUPONT BUYS PROPERTY 'highly recommended all an exponent for November were TAKE NEGROES TO MIAMI J
cine, etc. Increased from 10o ,- "Both State Prison Inspector JACKSONVILLE- 'Gulf Coast figures
would .
people which he said County Judge, of the Bible and the public Is
37.500; clerical employment I' that hearethIt Clerk of the Circuit Court Propertlles, Inc., headed by Alfred made public Dade County officer were here J
the of everyone invited to bear him especially
I ears ,
Increase In the number of diph-
".000 to 23,000 and forestry to tingle"-ee. 1st Samuel 3: for Tax Redemptions and Distributions L Dupont of Jacksonville bas added those Interested from a prophetic .act Friday to take Into custody +"f-.l
of a railroad, a telegraph and tele- theria, malaria" fever and pellagra two Willie- White and I
fishing employment from 9- leson being connectedwith and Justice of the Peace negroe
This
f o 13.000.' The 'number en- : 11- Romans 11:21-22 formed a Eighth District all ol which were phone company, the town of Port standpoint.f deaths were shown In the.aggre- George Brown, and to recover the f",]
I St. Joe and 242,000 acre of land gate for the first eleven months automobile that accused, > I
are
||: In extraction of minerals,most interesting topic for Tuesdaynight' approved and ordered filed. ROSEWOOD 'HVRCII they
Based from 4,000In 1910 to : and routine bills were to Its holdings. The properties are of 1934 a* compared with the full of stealing from the Caulder V- "I
Bible study Regular Church,
The Rosewood Baptist twelve months of 1933.:
located In northwest Florida. Drive-It of Miami. The I
In Company
1.930.- room" I Is always and ordered paid. 4
The "upper approved I with the Rev. L. O. Hemingway as During the first eleven monthsof
Dupont announced] the p'Jrchallct'yesterday. : that I
find It Inviting' There being no further business two negro women were being J
.
-, warm and many the Board adjourned to meet-first The announcement said pastor, announces the following 1934 there had been forty-three held here 'In connection with the* ;( Icane

CUMBER CONTRACTS these cold nights. purchases were raadrf to prevent services for every Sunday: ,Bible typhoid fever deaths in Florida as were released. ''i''|
will be the service in March.
I Most unusual Monday Study, 10:15 o'clock a. m.: Morn- with fifty-seven for the
from compared
'vl
In developments .
D. May la asking all grow- when Dr. I 7,000OOOO I '
evening i
ho are Interested in a cucum- next Tuesday ex-Rabbi of LOCAL MAN GIVES TALK becoming a ,,total loss. The purchase Ing Worship 11 o'clock; Evening corresponding period of 1933 and NEW CLUB MEMBERS I
Mat Wertheimer, an not-disclosed. Worship, 7:15: o'clock. Everyone Is Ixty-three deaths for the full
house retracts to meet him at the atKlock. the Jews, win,be the speaker. If Donald MacQueen, .!r.. ot -price,was cordially Invited to attend the services twelve month of 1933. Tuberculosis I Membership card for uine new !1

Saturday It ha been morning revealedhe you have never heard one who baa son of Dr. Donald Starke'j VISITING MINISTERThe deaths In Florida through November members of the Young Democratlo il

contracts must be notar- turned from Judaism to Christianity Wertheimer -- tor of the First Rev. W. A. Stevenson, of + thirty had been 862 a* compared Club of Bradford County were received r |I

Mr. May' -. don't fall to hear Dr. Church In Palatka Btnihampton. N. YvwlU" speak In CASE AID CHANGE with 907 such for the first by the secretary this. week. Vtl
says1
heard one, of that
; and if you have dressed the congregation" the Presbyterian Church next Sun- D. Carl Smith, from the Chief. eleven' month of 1933 and 1039 tuberculosis The new member are: L. F. ChapAM
want to He la
BIRTHSand then you will surely not Church on,"Child Relief. day evening. at 7:30 o'clockr. telling land '"'ERA had been transferred deaths during all of man, L. A. Canova, :C. K. Perry- ) V
with people
mis this one. well acquainted young of his experiences among the cowboys here and will be employed In the 1933., Cancer deaths during the man, Vivian Saxon, Herbert Hart, ,hB
Mr*. Roy Carter Starke, has'been'ln BIble a number of years teaching -
ebruary Dr. Werthelmer state through schools. He has and miner of the Black Hill case aid department of the local first eleven month of 1934 totaled Sullivan Carter W. A. Beosant. Jr., VM;
1. In the in
Conference work public when he was a rellgiou worker. administration. Mrs. Enza Blaa- 1188 as compared with 1192 during O. A. Afldreu, J. B. Alexander, ,

and Mrs George Tetstone, and I* recommended by wonderful other BI- and been past-president a. scoutmaster for of the eight DeSoto year Mrv Stevenson I.I experienced chard formerly In this. department the corresponding period of the lifemberahlp to the club has now .*;

y, boy February 3.and.Mre.Raymond. ble teacher of as the being Word."a" H* comato 'Council of Boy Scouts of America. one ,leader and will conduct along here baa been transferred to the previous year and 1284 during all reached a total of thirty-six messt t
Crew: I expositor office of 1933. ben.da' .
"", Ice. All welcome. Lau City
y, girl.. .February 6. Stark from De..d.l1.1 1'




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I I y f'f'I 11ROOKER THERESSAMinn RISING GUlJBRANCH Heilbronn Springs C"I IIK'8 ItKPOHTStarke Efght-wheel motor tractors with 1
Fla. Feb. tat lUG two trailers are !
proposed to
BIN. Veru Galney, Correspondent Rhoda ZelBlcr. Curroitandmt Mm. II. M. McRue, Correspondent MlM Elizabeth, Hurnage, Cor. Miss Thelma, Rhoden, Cor. Report of the Clerk of the Circuit freight in the wilds of Austria gather
I Ir( ; fourt In and for Bradford County,
'r, Mr. and Mrs. John Jordon and Mrs. W. E. Hall and daughter, Mr.. and Mrs. Albert Williams of Mr. and Roy: Carter are Florida, on account of taxes amie.tf5.KN -

t. On"WedneHduy SurprliMt Birthday evening Piirty January children of Blue Pond were visiting Ruby, of Green Cove Springs visited Jacksonville, spent-Wednesday and the proud parents of a baby girl ed tor the year. J.91 Wearing spectacles used to be

Mrs. Jordon's parents, Mr. and friends In this section Sunday Thursday 'with Mr and Mrs. J. born Friday, February 1. Tax Collectornew considered a mark of education
i j 80, the Brooker community R. Swindell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oliver and B. Sapp. Richard Taylor, of Jacksonville, : iiitAiiFoitn cm':MTVC'oantr
Mrs.S.
entertained Mrs. A. J. Plnholster of Mr. and Mrs. D. P, Loper are children, of Jacksonville, spent the Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Shaw of the was a visitor here Saturday. Balance due __ProperTo ____..* 4.971.01/! Count School General -
with a surprise/ .party In honor the arrival of a son week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. State Farm were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D..B. Forsyth has returned Ry .amount collected ...... NONE ITo To Balance due ---__, ..._ 12,42711
her sixty-ninth birthday. announcing L. home after a visit with her daughter Balance due __ __:______ 4aT1.e9Flea By amount collected __,,.,., Mi\u. !
R. M. Mrs. L
Conner after
Crosby. Sunday
The ____ _
1931. To Balance _
'"''f The met at the home of born January 28, young I -nd Forfeiture <)lue h ; 12,42111 i
I guests named Franklin Del Miss Irene Prescott, of Starke Mrs. Ed Anderson, In Jackson To Halnnoe due ___ __.___ ,72S.2!> Countr Poll
-
been ,
f'. :Mrs. O. B. Colnen and then they man has noon.Mr.. and ville. fly amount collected ____.. NON]'1 To Balance due _,__..., .1/115 on j
proceeded to Mrs. Flnholster's ano. Mra. Loper wan formerly was a guest of Misses'Eula Mae Mrs. Jim Hersey spent To Ualunce due ___.,__.___ 8.788.29 By amount oollected ____. Now!
y Kelsey, of Thereasa. and Etta Fay Dyal Sunday.J. the week-end at Woodlawn section Mrs. Lacy Davis and Mrs. Newn County Road and DrlditeTo To Balance due ij..OO
Miss Dolly
per home. Mrs O. B. Colsen present with Burney returned to their home in Balance, due ...._.1 7,4B/ .5THy Total aab-aehool"IteROlnr!
relatives. -
'\'i\. ed the honored with the birthday/ Mrs. S. W. Griffith has returnedto W. Buddlngton made a business amount colluded _____ IYCNETn To Balance due -._,..?.-__,. 11.711111
J';: her home In Miami after a. few trip to Melrose Saturday Miss Selma Sapp returned home Jacksonville last week after a visit Balance due __._____.-I 7,161.67tended By amount collected _____ Kl\v!
cake containing sixty-nine pink Mr. Wednesday after spending a while here with their parents, Mr. To Balance due -__._.____ 11.111.11 I
k 1;p/ Misses weeks visit with her parents, I
> cnndleti in white holders. L. A. l'otl Mub-Hrhool llondrU
,' and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. Crosby was In Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. Albert WllllaniH and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter.D. To Balance due ______, 6,600 311
':\ Lorena Polk and Bonnie Mott pre I Friday visitor to Jacksonville the school program at Law-
of Jacksonville. L. Kite wag a By amount collected ... NONvl
.ai'. the basket of gifts to her, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Milligan Balance ... _____ !
sented ley Friday night. To due
of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McRae and W, H. Carter, J. A. Harnage and last week. -- 8,6110.31 daughter
and small Widow' Pp-nlon
Games were played and later refreshments Mre. Milllgan's pa daughter Mildred, and Mrs. Rob Mrs. H. H. Keene made a 'busi Rev. Walter Sapp of Baker Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough and son To Balance due ______. 0213) I
J. were served. were visiting ert Turner and and nephew were visiting Mr. and By amount collected ...__ NONK; !
A. L. Sullivan, little- daughter, all ness trip to Lake Butler Monday. County spent Wednesday night
besides the honor rents, Mr. and Mrs. To Balance due _____
621211
.i j Those present of Plant City, spent the weekend + with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffis.A. Mrs. P. B. Johns Friday. Road _t Ilrldple ...t.r..tIt '
t( e were Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McCauley here Sunday. Most every'one in this section
here with relatives. J. Rhoden, of Lake Butler < MlnklBK Fund
Mrs. E. 8. Slbley has recently GRAHAM! To ____._ _.
Florence Varnadoe Balance due '
.: Mrs. has been busy mulching strawberry ? 27,478n'
In Grandln. Miss Audrey McRae left Sunday .. was visiting his father, W. C. Rho- By amount collected ___...
relatives .
'1. Mrs. Q. B. Colsen, Mrs. L. A. been vlHltlng !tl. ( .U", torrmvondpntMr. plant for the past week NONK; i
afternoon for Lakeland where she den last Friday To Balance due ..__- 27,478) I
and E, S, Slbley were -
j Brown Mrs. J. M. Mott, Mrs. B Walter In Starke will spend a few weeks with rela and Mra.: W.: T. Wasdln, of Norman Johns spent the week-
business
:J! F, Hazen, Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Mrs. transacting tives. Waldo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. end at his home in Graham.WOODLAWN "" h
'' J. R. !tlott, Mrs. L. D. Polk, Mrs. R. Saturday. Mrs. F. M. White, of Jacksonville H. M. Wasdln Sunday.Mr. .
iP"Lewl Mrs. W. A. Brown, Mrs. MIsHea Rhodu and Ruth Zeigler and Mrs. .ciy ptl ,P
\ with Misses spent Saturday night with Mr and Harvey Stallingand
i A. E. McKinney, Miss Beulah Lewis spent Wednesday Edna night. Hutto In Mrs. H. M. McRae on her way to children were visiting- Mr. and F '' s { 9'
.j! MillS Mildred Morgan, Mla Carolyn and Lakeland to visit the bedside of Mrs. Edd Parrish, of Waldo Sun 1I1IIINIm.., Johns, Correspondent .r :, ;
J1 Grace Hazen, Miss Mary Sue Matt, Starke. her brother, W. D. McRae. oo eJ
"", Miss:, Lubedla Plnholster, Miss Lo- Miss Bessie Bayless of Hampton Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine day.Mrs.. J. H. Surrency and son, H. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and "
and was a business visitor to Thcressa were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
rena Polk, Miss Bonnie Mott Buddlngton and Arthur McRae C., were visiting Mrs. Surrency'sparents baby 0"oS'
.,, T. B. Pinholster and G. W. Bax Wedneday night. W. R. Kersey Sunday afternoon. *-
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen
were visiting relatives In Jacksonville ,
of Hawthorn is 'cis
Hall \
Mis Oulda Mr. Jim Newsome of Heilbronn
k. ter. In Brooker QG
Saturday. over the weekend.Mr. .
,' /siting( relatives here this week. spent the week-end with Ry tS
Springs
/. --
Misses Mildred Brown and Verna and Mra. D. A. Simons, of ti9oso
who attended of Jacksonville oJ
here
1 Jt, Among those from Mrs Bessie Manlre Clyde and Maurice Johns.
.r\ church services at New spent the week-end here with Phillips of Sampson were visiting Gainesville were guests of Mr. and Misses Alma and Myrtle Johns A "{ \J \..popGlq
Mrs. L. C.
1'' friends here Smith
Saturday. Sunday. \
Hope Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. her mother. Mrs. W. A. Jones. were visiting Lucile Louis Johns
T. C. Hazen Mr and Mrs G. VI;. Mr. G. C. Davis who has been Elder W. E. Hall, of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and Monday afternoon.Mrs. : "Fs 'fO\J

"It t Hazen, B. F. Hazen, Mrs. H qqulte ill Is much better at this Springs, was a guest of Mr. and chllJren were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Carter was the din O t)'f

;:<, Galney, H. P. Galney and daughter, ATltlng. Mrs. H. H. Lewis Saturday. Volley McKinney. of Sampson City ner guest of Mrs. R E.. Yo.rbroulOh 0
>\'b Vera + Remember the services at Cor- Sunday.Mr. tCtt CJ.

J, The Rev. G. E. McGauley held NEW RIVER inth Church next Saturday night Brooker. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts of Friday.Mr and Mrs. J. M, Rosier at- -........ MGsic i / gLP
\I regular church services at the and Sunday. were visiting Mrs. C. C. 'f..
:\lI'ft. O. E. Crosby. CorrespondentA Fogg over the week-end.
1.,1?.J Baptist Church here Sunday. FRP /

..t Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and number of--people in our community SAXTON .-- ,

,t,+: children Perry and Eva. Fay, were have been sick with ..... W. ". Trier. CorrrnonilvntJ. HIGHLAND .chest
of their and .. PRESENTSThe
'f' the guests daughter measles for the last few days, but M. E. Crews, Correspondent
Ac son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. J. A. Tyler DionJ.

'ri Brannen at Lake Butler Sunday I, we Improving are glad nicely to report now.every bodyis A, Tyler, 61, died last Friday A number -of folks from this pause that rcfrchc8 on the air

'+Yt 1 afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and afternon following a brief Illness. section attended the play given at C DS Tonight Rhapsodies muaic..6S rumentaliits..2 frocdists.blaadlagtoproducelnterpretatioasofpopularmel
-I Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bitch, of family were business visitors to Funeral services were held Sunday the Lawtey High School by the P
i Ralford. were visiting her parents. in charge of Rev. John Sellers. The
T. A. Friday night.
Starke Saturday afternoon. odies never before achieved in radio.Directed by Frank Dla k. ,
': I Air. and Mrs. L. A Brown, last Parnell Tyson and Odls Edwin body was laid to rest In the Lake Mrs. Trudie Auston and Miss eated

,; week-end. Brown were visiting in Starke Sat t i.Butler cemetery. Surviving him are Lola Pierce of Jacksonville, visit bestS .. FRIDAY (WJAX) 9:30: P. M. '
,' ,Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney urday. two children, W. A. Tyler and Mrs. ed Mrs. Effle Carter here Sunday. AND OVKlt COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK OF NBC
I i" and son, Everette, were visiting In those business Alice Norman, both of Starke. Mrs. Lacy Norman and Miss S
Among transacting
'f )!:aat Pal atka Sunday In Starke Saturday were: Mr. Mr. Tyler was a life-long resident l- Cleo Norman were shopping inStarke halo10 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
: Mr. and Mrs. L R. Waters and of Bradford wherehe and
and Mrs. J. L. Johns; Mr. and Mrs. County Saturday.Mrs. t TARKE. FLA. TELEPHONE 1BRIWll
,( children spent Sunday with friends 0 E. CroHby and children, Frank made many friends who will be Nancy Gnann and Miss ,
W .and relatives In Alachua. Andrews, Floyd Wiggins and Hassle grieved to learn of his death. Frances Starling attended the c
i Mr and Mrs. W. D. Webb and Rhoden. Mrs. O. L. Brown, of Double Run, graduation of Miss Heater Hudson 1 1t 1t

,j'" daughter, Betty Jo, spent part of Elbert Gattlin of Old Town spent was visiting relatives here Satur who was an honor graduateof S' ,

I IF.:'r, last week with friends and relatives the week-end at home here. day.Rev. the Lee High School of Jackson-
In Jacksonville. were I E. L. Hicks filled his -
i..&;: They J. L. Johns and Dave Gattlin regular ville. I f
accompanied home their nieca, appointment at Odoa oLI ii hr
by Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Starling,
a were visiting the C. C, C, Camp at
::11 MIHS Ida May Webb, who Is spend ')Id Tcwn Sunday afternoon. They Rev. John Sellers, of Jackson Jacksonville, visited relatives here ,} h
'',,1.". ing the week with them. were accompanied by Elbert Gatt- ville, was a visitor here Sunday Sunday. ;jjj, / 1 0 .I
.. Mr. and Mrs C C. Melvin and -
tin who is a member of the Old
,x children were attending to business
Town camp. oI
..
in Starke Friday. + I
> Mrs. L, R. Galney, who has been 7iO v rr W
'
A\\, pending a few days !In Jacksonville AT DRAIN
>) with friend! and relatives nan Mr, llnlpli Jiilncy.. r. rrFH|>onilntMrs. I'

1% I returned home. Paul: Prevail was visiting

:? Mrs. L. A butch, a member of her daughter, Mrs. HulJ.ih Lau, rv'
.y4 ) .the Himpton school faculty, pent Monday. I I IK 1 4
1// lout wcek-eml here with her pa MI ;a, "liulyv. Lee was visiting her'.llslcl' 'r''y U

rents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A, Crosby.:; I.Irs Mile Prevail, Sunday 1 t,
.g, Mr. and Dire 11. U. Crosby and afternot ha'
'. children and Mrs. K. M Gulncy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jcr.es was ,;

1, daughter, Eloise, were In Hampton Walling Mr. rand Mrs, K. L. Grlf-1, } 1a to
:r,;, Sunday afternoon. fls uncl family Sunday afternoon
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Mrs. Io A. Chase returned i
v
It- HAMPTON home last Friday after' spending

It,,' levtral days wlLh Mr. and Mrs. .
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t Z z. oriffia.! LOWEST
_t. Mrs. M. B. Fancher, of Plant Albert Grlfflw was visiting Clnr- '' PRICES r 1
City IH the guest of her sister ,
once Sullivan at Blue Pond Saturday ., i,
: Mrs. J. F. Johnson, this week. and Sunday. )

:\ : Mrs. !I. F. Che ser and daughter Mrs., Mae Prevail was visiting I eI I
left last Sunday evening for her mother Mrs. E. E. Lee Sun- 1,
I' : Miami, where they will make their clay. I,

{: .future home. Remember, services at China o or

X H. J. ('rlbb and family, who Grove, Sunday and Sunday night.' n;
r have bran located In the Spark- Everybody welcome. I inh..J

a?. man cottage have removed to the -- ---- I --

l, Ounlen dwelling on Main Street. i A compressed air motcr has been I{ 1n
''111 Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Wynn were awi nte-: tor the (operation VBhlclea. ,: n

k trammeling business In Starke, last i I I 1110

\,ay Monday. .+- ------ ; As 'outstanding in operating ,' ,

.?; W. M. Eirt of CalnoftVllla; was a I United States hay nn annual coal. .

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\', FEBRUARY 8. 1038! aKA FOKI) COUNTY
n).\ ITELKCJIlArU. STARKK. FMHUI.A PAGE THKEn
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FOURTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Mrs. Long: "What Is meant by a for lax deed to l lallue thereon In aopordanoe The Southeast quarter of the

Jiffle Griffia. Vernon Tillman passive verb?" embraces with the law.following Said certificate described halt Northwest of the quarter Southwest, and quarter the East of ,i

I Hih :Cara:: Barefoot, Gloria Buford Ida Robert Chapman: "A passive poporty situated In Bradford County the Northwest quarter of Nee'lion

Bradford School! Journal ii 1 T.tilu Davis Dorothy Lee Johns verb Is when the subject Is the 4ii,foot Florida or ,l.ot to-wlt t of: flinch Lot O 14 and, Hound South Range 8,1: ,22 Township Kant: :containing 6 Mouth 60acreH ,

Ahrertine Johnson, Barbara Snow sufferer, as "I am loved" nl Mouth by J. O Turner Lund, l.lvItiKHton. more or less.,
Clarice Thomas George Flynn. '1' ::':.teA: ('om Yany's: Addition with the appurtenanceH.. ftali.. Hale.
to 1 Inv .Ht Halt or to he made pursuant to said Da.cree .
_. Mrs. Hart Teacher. Louise : "What beautiful North-emit Quarter or Section an, to satisfy the Hume nnd COHIM. '
--- -- -- :_ *>. Snyder Township 6 South Hitnico 32 Kitat. W. K. J>PKKHYMAN: t
STAFF flowers! Why Isn't there still a The assessment or said property Asouster lii Chancery, i
Debates Given In Mrs. Ritch Has ChargeOf TilE VALUE OF MANNERS little dew them?" under the said. rrtlflcnte Issued wits I-U-IIt.a-u
on In the name of Mm H. M. Hnyd<.nITnl
:=:
Snpp Edltor-ln-Chle Chapel Joe Edwards: (blushing furious ..HH pall. certltlcnt hnll bredeemed
Dorothy Program Chapel ProgramA .\ nun IT C'ot'nT. TWKMTV-
.. .
..A. t Edltor-ln-Chl A
.in"i VVynn- gentleman cnce: advertised fora according to Inw. tax deed
i: but Til it before IVTH JI'DlCltl.
(
.Exchange Editor lyYes) : pay llm-l-IT
JIolarwlck will Issue theremt the 9th ofFebruary
; on day
porothy _______A8"Kxchang. boy to help him In his office: IIRAIFoRi (I"TY, ri.on.ll .
IX
A 135.l
Ha" Dramatization From "Anne Of Sucresaful long. >.4, IN I.'.... ('KHV.V. .
Very Is
Editor Program ''I
lirma; Stockwell Literary and nearly fifty boys applied for >'ad thin 6th day of January A. \ I1OHACM NOKMAN,
Uerinrie MarwlokAset.. Lit. Editor Green Gable Also Given Given the of D 1I1 S6.
place. Out the whole number Complainant.
Jr. .Sports EditorL'ula IOFI"1ClAL
W Mr. Beasley: "Why is it that SEAL vs ;
fiavlaAsat.. Sporta he in a short time selectedone THOMAS,
; +
MUM -- _._.Society Editor The High School chapel program Mrs. Ritch had charge of the dismissing the rest when Charles stands on his head Clerk of Circuit Court S. P. HARNi l>vf..nflaiitN.Mot 'TT' ET. AL
Lillian st/rnbor' *. A...t. 800. Editor last Friday was in charge of Mrs.! I ILong's Elementary Chapel last Thursday the blood rushes to his head, but Iirndford County Florida. Ire Ami Order .0 Known .... )
"On
11 ___.Joke Editor what ground did you se- l-H-Bt-2-g '
Kn.WnUfl.ld. t. Joke Editor English Classes. They pre Week (Jan. 31) and a very com lect that boy?" asked a friend. when he stands erect the blood THK! STATE llHlmewe OF 1''I.ORIBA IVeffenileeiti. TO:
|xT W. And.rion Jr. Entertalnmen' : sented a good program.The mendable program was slven. does not rush to( his feet?" OT"1oI OK APPLICATIONNOTICK H. 1*. Karnntt, Ix>well-l.lvlnimtnn
EditorJeaele }Is> had not a single letter of recommendation :- FIR TAx: DsFal: Company AanennaH N. lnle., Caro
Mae Brann.n A t. Knt.rtalnment Lord's Prayer the Flag Sa First was the morning prayer ,," A freshman: "I know" becausehis IS I1KKHHY U1VICN, line Hale, I.yman M. Hal. U. 'q
That M. I' Mathen.y, holder of Tax
Editor lute and a andRoses" Flag Salute and a by all feet aren't empty. M Male, William B Hale, Levine > 4
song "Moonlight song "You are mistaken said the Certified N S 9 I liiiurtl '
I Mary LudllElemenlayPD.partme: :-.A b. : h'.lehIfl:3 Way, Mary Wolf Cora F. hale ,.
I ; tRoewelt (by all), directed by Mrs. "Je ulI Love Me." gentleman; he had a great many. of aid Heptemher certificate .In 1KSS.office and. helm of AHHeniiH 8. lisle, C. Fl McKee -

[ Ne .l__Junior Hi Reporter! Wall, were the first numbers on A playlet. "The Fairies Gift." He wiped his feet when he cameIn Grace Hazen: "Why don't you mad.. application for my tax deed. to ln- Hale, an If Executor each be living of estate or of In L.evlntanre M.

the program. was next and then L. W. Cooper and closed the door after him answer my question?" sue Said thereon certificate. In accordance embrauea. the with following law and If dead or not In exUt-. .!-

EDITORIALIn Next was a number by some of entertained the pupils with some showing that he was careful. He Sidney Hershfleld: "I did. I described property situated In lance,. then, legatee m the, helm. devisees(coalrepresentatives { '

order to be frank one must e Mrs. Wainwrlghfa (third grade) good accordion music. gave his seat instantly to that shook my head." Bradford County, Fiurldal Corner- i iNorl".R..1 tvranteeH. or nuuceHHorx assigns nit each
In Southeast
I honest and have courage. Always Next Sara Barefoot Grace: "Well do you expect me I acre the of the said H H. Ilarnatt I.owell-
pupils followed by a reading by played a piano lame old man showing that he was Quarter of Month went Livingston and Company, AHna S.lisle .
I say what you mean to do and then Marie Hinson. solo "Up and Down and All thoughtful."He to hear It rattle clear up here ?" quarter of Section 8, Township; 7 Caroline Hale, I.ymiin M. Hale.K '
I to mean that intend to Mouth, Range SO KliHt, uolitnlillnirone lint,. William K. I evlnaWay.
It you M.
take One of the high spots of the Around. This was followed by a took off his nat when he acre more or leim. MaryWolf.: Cora 'J.. lila and '
If a friend aska a favor Mr. Howard If I hear talking The axxeNHment of mild property
right. :
do was then presented. A song "Lullaby Time by Mrs.Wainwright's entered and answered my questions any lumiotlWIIH to all .perxotiH claiming. bv under u.Ih.o..h +
best to grant it, that Ina program you'll get zero on test." under the sold certificate them or either of them
try your and Miss Eward's he your .
that of I'nknown.tinli'HM
dramatization of some scenes from promptly showing In the name nil firms and .
And to pernoiirv corp.tratlona
it is reasonable; If you cannot pupils Mary: "Well, If someone doesn't said certificate shall t>eredeemed
and He whose rextdence' or
"Anne of Green Gables. The partof was polite gentlemanly. d.1will name
then tell him why you cannot. Never tell me the answers I'll get zero according to h'W. tax place of biinlneHM I III unknown to
picked up the book which I had testis theieoii on the 2.lld day
Anne Shirley was portrayed by Interexted
I do a wrong thing to keep or FOOTBALL PLATERS laid the and Anyway" of February, 1916. complainant, that...11111till"are to those In
Katie Fugate the parts of Mathew purposely on floor 11tl: uf or who may
January
Dated thin day
I make a friend for you harm your and Manila Cuthbert were playedby I ARE GIVEN THEIR "B's" replaced it upon the table showIng ,\. I". 11)15): certain tielng In purcelH Bradford of l county land ,1"lnl'I State of
self and the other person also. Never Martha Powell : "Aic there A..1. THOMAS.
that he and he any and 'p"'rlh..cI' .
t Al Kay Carlisle and Frances was orderly; Florida' known an
appear to others what you are Cadman.A I Football "B's were given to the waited quietly for his turn In. other brain foods besides fish ?" Clerk Bradford of County Circuit, 1"1..hhlU.r.t.2.22 (Court\. follows, Noitheaxl quarter| of rNortheast

not but deal with them kindly and song "Just An Echo in the I following boys for their good ser I stead of pushing. Elizabeth H.-- "Well there's < The quarter North of half Northwentlmrler of Moutheuxt J

firmly. We nothing should to always injure live act Valley," sung by the tenth grade I vice rendered to our old Alma Mater "When I talked to him I noticed noodle soup." \OIKK OK MfllOUI. ('ouII.ln" ,. tar of quarter Northwest of" Not quarter';I,htast :Quki:, ;
anyone
and say quartet composed of Marie Hin, football team: Ed Torode La. that his clothing was tidy his hairneatly ''I'I" )9d':4"1'Iol: Commencing Northeast corner of )
tor the Bible says "Do unto others! mar Smith Percy Sullivan Willi Dentist: "Awful sorry, sir, I just Hv (he powers VDHtcit In them theBun Northwest iiiuiiter of Northeast ,(
and! fquarter
son Audrey Polk Inus Prescott brushed his nails were rd of 1'iilillc. Inxlriu-tlon of llrailfnid :: ::: ,and
would have them do' unto of NoithweKt quartcir" v
aa you and Leitha Kelley, was next.A am Woolen Jim Moore Edwards, clean. tore off a piece of your gum. ,: Cmintv, Florida, hereby "' run\ Went Four hundred Five. ((411&) 1'
It Is hard to be frank and election to he held In tho ",'
you. Gilbert Brown Donald McRae Charles Ponder: "That's all right. nn Mouth Nine.
debate "Resolved that: Con- ,, "Do you not call these things hoNes, In Vnnderbllt, llellhron .011"1 feet thence hundred
of but it Is !) feet, thence Kant':
lot practice ( 57)
Seven
It takes a Fifty
stick It under the chair and
Raymond Plummer W. T. Weeks just Dlst
,, Ulnltiu special Tax School
gress Should Enact the Townsend letters of recommendation? Four ) feet,
I not only boat as a matter of principle In deteimhte whether or not they. : : ;:rt.IN..r. l"un.\:: \
Those on the Olen Bedenbaugh, Ronold Pitts "I do the friend. I'll get it na I go< out. 'I thence FiftyHeven i 4';
I but it ia the path to peace Plan. was given. replied M lilt lonnolldate t,, to elect throe triiNteen HA7) feet to point of bewln.nlng. ;
Bill Edwards W. N James '
Johns beiiMHVHHed
affirmative were Myra Frlnk "What I learn about a boy by and deteimln the mlllatte to being In Mectlon Twenty Five
| and honor. and Herbert Pack- Hair and L. O. Jones. for ten minutes ia Mary Lucille (consulting cook for the eiiNiilnir two yearn (26). Townxhlp Five (6) Moulh.nlnK' .
Harley
-Dorothy Sapp. Sumpter using my eyes for, Bill.I,, cnliNiilldated dlntilit, If It Twenty One (21)) Kaxt.:
Marwick Mr. Gray Awarded the "B's" in book That cake Is burning should be coiiHolldated.For *
..-- ham. Negative: Dorothy worth more than all the fine letters ) "Oh my (//IU I'"INlh: You and each, of you
Keeffee Harrell and Robert Chap. chapel lent Friday and the boys of recommendation he can and I cant take it out for five : the purpoMe of hotdlnir Haldcleitlnn are Hereby iiollfled that you arenude
| TUB MOST IMPORTANTSTUDENT 111 tlellbron. iii at net Nn IA,
.
defendants to milt by
Mr. chairman. were duly applauded as they cume minutes party n
was .
IN HIGH SCHOOLThe man. Gray bring me. yet. N. I H iti-een. I. It. Starling, W. CClemonH W. Horace Norman who allnffeathat
I Three minute speeches and one forward -----. and Cleve Mott mo appointed that he IH the owner nf tne
minute rebuttal was allowed. The --.. TILE IIOKI.OXWe ; Ed Torode-- "'Ve burrowed our .1I" fee .Hlmpla> title thereto' and 1'HAVH
I the of h..loIlnll111
most important student In "" piu pone a decree. removing I'lolidx, iiuliitliiH..
debate was a non-decision one but TilE LOCAL WINNERS; : numbers from the Arabs, our calendar eleitlnil. In ItlnliiK PlNtrlit. No tit title and forever tearing 'and confirming p
1 high school is not the one upon U M CriiBhv, !': 1' Lew In, .1. M Norman :
I whom the honors are bestowed but both sides put up a good argu OF CONTESTS; PICKED the American people standon from tho Romans and l our 'and" II:. II. i. 'w are: appointed; I, complainant I the Thereby title In annulling sail land*and to

ment. -- the brink of, opportunity and bunking from the Italians For the purpose. of hulling. mildilvilUill decreeing void any and nil claim' '
I the student who bestows the honor. :
the football The local winners of the III VumlHrhllt. IMntllit' NoIII. right, title or interest of kln l
After awarding piano prosperity gazing toward: the horizon Ronald Pitts! : "Our lawn mower any '
H.V. Whltehead,
II
Without the so-called unimportant I. Norn.nn. of any and all pel'Honn, firms and 4
B's" and making a few an- playing recitation, dancing from the shovel I'. '..rb and l I.. Norman
I student there could be no honors poem where today and tomorrow Smith our snow .1 \ ouitli J. ""porallund...
I nouncements, Mr. Gray dismissed I. and essay contests have been decided meet rom the Jones and our baby bug !'r Saki\ I"i:: :!:. ml NOW TIIKItlCFOItIO, You ,and' each d(
for it is he who ia ready to ,, ., n to he held Tllemliiv, of you named' 1 or not, named, known d:
I call attention to the qualities chapel. upon. Today In vlewittg the panorama gy from Bumps." Man the 12th, III16: or unknown, absent, coiiHealeil, noil.rexl.lent I
\\' C. Muiiiilnic, Chairman, : ,4
or otherwise, and all
-- per.
Sara Barefoot won the piano of that taken
| his friend the reward progress has placein .
which give A J. tlItH'jo'IH.Hu. suns, firms 1 and 1 rorporatlonif i'(aiming I
Very often the Important student Senior Personalities playing contest; Geraldine Silcox the past we find marvelous. In. Mildred H. "My dear, where .'. and I ('(1. Hni't or having, an. interest In sail

I has not enough will power and Dorothy Green tied on reciting ventions great scientific discoveries did your wonderful string of pearls IR.6t.SH.'I ordered land herein and required dexi rlhed to are appear hereby In 11 '

I and humility to receive an honor Marthii PowellA the contest poem "The Will and remarkable achievementsin come from?" You don't mind my \N'1'F'II'N ,MIM Raid 1 cnune to the bill of complaintNO ..
and the Way" Mignon Simon Nti'rp'A: IN hfitthv Hlvrii I hut tindt exhibited am..Iii ct you on Mon*
;
I aviation and
graciously; he Is likely to feel superior beautiful blue eyed, blond baby navigation explor asking do you? .r roil liy Urine of u Final' l 1..1..** iliiy the Fourth day of March A. r19nn >.
I to his fellow classmates. The girl was born September 14, 1917to holds the honor of tap dancer; Lillian ation. Jerry "Certainly not. They (if. hblrclMnre. nmdt. mill en.lei.I.Ibv olherwlne the allegatlonH of
I Moseley Charles Pender and the lloiioinlil-' ,X. AdkltiN., Judas, naldDlll of complaint will be taken
tomorrow
Facing we mentallylist from
student body appreciates nothingmore Powellin came oysters.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. of HIM c'lii'iilt I'oiu of the HmhItKlUlltl UN confenxed and a decree of thin 'F
I than an efficient member: Starke Florida and was named Joe Edwards Jr., are our best team our needs-the needs of our na *lltlllt: Of Flltlltlll. In and court will he rendered ngiiliiMt. you '
I tap dancers; and Frances Cadman for IliiiilfrM::' ::d t'otinty, In; Cluiiu-n' : Th'* .' County Telegraptun
but there la that hurt lie "This room table : or''u
nothing can Martha has : dining
Martha Florence. and Jessie the tion.Our ihitvd J.an nit iy 2lHt ISiS, In Hint v. .. .. at tacks,; 'l
Mae Brannen
I the student body more than a conceited grown to the height of five feet won country: wants better schools goes buck to Louis XIV." rrtahi' I'HMH' ** t:Ib"r"In 1'I\11"t.Ir..1 PHIHI* Kradford (.oonly. Florida, IH hereby
I member who can not accept four inches and weighs 124 pounds. essay contest. and government which will pro She: "That Is nothing, my whole lug between Tin fVilt ; llankof designated a* the newspaper. In
These local winners will to I't.liiinliln IMii Int If r. and L. H which this notice shall be publlHheitnnoe
appropriately the smallest She is now a popular member of go vide and assure equal opportunityto dining room set goes back to Knight sod| \vlf( tt ul, ffenrtunti' ., a week for four consecutive r
I Andrew Jackson High School in the Uudrrstgnel i who WIIN thrri' ln w..k..
honor. the B. H. S. graduating class anda all. Scars-Roebuck on the 15th.NOTirn .
Jacksonville on March second to appointed l KN 1'.cf..IIII..I"r In ('haileery WITN1BHM my hand a* Clerk and
Thus it ig plain to see that the member of the Special Glee club. The world desires a universal tn "XH,'uta tlin NII"m,. will onMomlin the neal of the circuit Court of
compete with local winners from of March, lltin, Mr ail for..I (County Florida, thin the 24
I Martha girl and leaguo of nations that will bring :\o'I'I'H 0. P..1..0 Jon the 4th flay '
is the most important is a pretty
unimportant pupil very
all over the state. Elimination! T"X Ueel/ tinrlnic' thw legal hours, nf wain, be- lay of January= A. U 11MO.
student in school because has many admirers.She about world harmony resulting in IS HICIU-.HV O1VKN. fur, the t'ouii. I House door In Htailt**, A. J. THOMA8.Clerk .
s I tests; may be necessary. If so they will towardmen. That Allliur t>\ Saute and Mm. PeersNast. 1 y9"rldn. "..II tu the littfhwHi and. II..Mililttdwr Circuit Court,
he Is the who himself on earth good :
one forgets likes dancing. swimming, will take place on March first. We peace l., huller of Tint C..rllr"'ale/ No. for tiinh, the following: l Rradrord County, Florida '
:
I in thinking of others and is ever mating, coca-colas and a certain 420, Issued 51 h., tltiy of September, M<.rlh il lantlH, nltiiHtv. lylnff: and: l :ho A. H CUMWH
wish contestants luck and
I ready to praise and encourage the brunette boy. very much. She dislikes they our win)! may It Is hoped that medical researchwill .In\. I my). I S3.0th.!, him"and flli'if made HII.III application c,'rt If lent* wit Inpc:In Uindfurtl" t'ouiity, Klorlilu. to* Solicitor l.l-lIl.a-l for Complainant. '

one who is deserving. going to school getting up --* accomplish greater success In

early working at the store, and ISKK/LEIiim & T\VKEDLEI Its fight against disease.

|Basketball Teams writing term papers. ProfpHHurM of Iino\ledge We need to show more appreciation -
for our fellow man and by our

Lose Two Clashes Elizabeth Ilolllngsuorth Dear Profs; interest and sympathy encouragehim

Almost eighteen years ago a I am assigned. to find out what onward and upward toward

|Games: Are Played At Night In J-iURhtcr was born to 1>11'. and Mrs caused the Grand Canyon If you better things. We should recognlze r2s

Lake Butler H. C. Hollingsworth at Starke Flu Zen: tall mo I will be today's "A" his work for "nothing is worth
They named her Anne Elizabeth. tuJeut. the making of it doesn't make the 0

Our boys and girls basketball Elizabeth U five feet 3 1-2: Inches Your Listener, man."

teams journeyed to Lake Butler tall and weighs 114 pounds. She Blake Jackson. In the realization of our per t

list Friday night to meet the Lake has beautiful blue eyes and brown sonal responsibility we may go

I'iutler teams. Both of our teams hair Dear Blake: forward with faith and courage to

(lost. She has been n member of the Back In 1699 John Shocslingcr the mark of our highest calling HO : 'i'iI'

Something seemed to be wrong Glee club for four years and Is a Sr., of the African ShocHlingers that we too may say "I have run 4P-T '

vith the boys team perhaps they member of the Special Glee club lost penny near the Scotch town the race I have fought a good

fveren't used to playing at night this year. Elizabeth In chairman of Tightwad, Colorado. The set fight I have kept the faith.

"n a basketball! court lighted by of the Attendance Committee of tiers of the town hunted for the -Irma. Stockwell .-- I'')%,

Mectrlc lights-as they made about the Student Government. penny. .

fwentjr foul*. Two of our boys Elizabeth tikes pretty cl th's. Dlctlonarlly yours, TIIK HORIZON '-

lieeffce Harrell and Suwpter Hur plenty of money, cars, danclnpr. Profs Beazclbub & TweedledumDear -

ey, were put out because of exces- Swimming horseback riding and ....a- From the experience observation --

Hve fouls. The core at the con- chewing gum. Profs: and Information I have gained

t-iuiiuu of the game was 14 to 16. She dislikes teasing oysters I am In distress I am to be mar thus far I wilt"'tate my view of

1 ake Butler only made two goals, walking to school working play- ried when school is out, and my future the future.

10 of the other twelve points being Ing a piano at school and writing wife Is not able to bare! bis- Today is an age of Invention Vy

made on fouls and two more essays. cuits simply! beCAuse she does not discovery and progress but tomor-

ointa were added to the Lake Butr -- -. know how. Can you give me a row will bo the extension and improvement THE new AEROTYPE CROWN .

| score when Keeffee by mistake NEWS FROM: OUR GRADUATESLois recipe by which she! can learn. of this age. To the sailor -

threw the ball Into their basket Yours truly the oceans will be ai the lakes ETHYL vaporizes (turns to gas) allow .

Instead of our own. On the whole Long, Lois Adkins. Mar- Joe Edwards. and to the aviator the sky as the ,

i wever. the boys played a clean. jorle Stump Marguerite Prevatt earth. temperatures giving instant

'and game and did as well or ,a...-"- -n"p"thv-',",'''01 Swanbnm: havenags-r Dear Joe: .. In business and in social life the ,
-
fven better than could be ex- ed the first semester examinations We can and we will. Take half a people of tomorrow will be more O u t-C I II I m b s starting with continuous maximum
Ix.'cted. Indeed we had only four at Tallahassee. cup of parched flour and two partsof honest. Prosperity will meet them

!ifn on the field at the end of the Richard Thede is at the University red pepper, mix thoroughly and at the door. Idleness will not accomplish Highest antiknock: rating y

ime1 because of. a. shortage of of Florida A. E. Wall University add three quarts of diluted milk. anything; the road to ever offered for land service power. Judge AEROTYPE: {

''Ihstltute. of Georgia. Frank and John When you have done this stir in success Is work. Indifference In -no carbon knocks.

The girls game was rather slow nraon at Oglethorpe. Frow Strlck- three cups of shortening. Next the government will be changed. CROWN ETHYL only when un.

loving the final score being 17 land Is at Stetson. melt a cup of flour till It freezes, i Honest men will fill the pages of OutPowersComplete

J.> 10 In favor of Lake Butler Martha Brownlee Is In trainingto tdd to the mixture with a little bit history 'and we will pass many vaporization pro mixed with other fuel..Noincreast I
to flavor the milk.
of
The lineup was as follows: Cen- be a nurse at Riverside. vinegar more milestones' in progressive duccioU power-no dragging ,

IT: Myrna Frink: forwards Myra Henry Godwin Is assistant Postmaster biscuits When you In have the oven done and this,bake put the till history of tomorro -let* crank-case dilution.OutClasses ,,In price-sells for only I two cents a

fimk, Shee Ttson and Eunice Wil in Lawtey. The policy followed will be to
ama, guards: Dot and Marjorie Sullivan Carter and Joe Shuf- they are good and burned. If you have a friend Is to be one. All nations gallon more than Crown Gasoline
ford affiliated with the F, E Can cut off a slice with the saw
Ttarwick and Myra Frink; Mar- are If find I will be as a large family in Has the
done
they are enough. you highest ipecinca
f'rle Johns played as guard during R. friendship. The countries will not
A.Woodfin them out and tloni
take
Halle Is now a prominent they are done ever applied to motor
.Irt
} of the )
game. be declaring war and building battleships _._ _
Starke business man. He Is in throw them to the dog the neigh- gatoline. = -- -- s I
We wish the girls and boys bet- fertilizer business.! bor's dog. You may now open a but friendships -

'1' luck in their practice game the You can now hear Louise Jack. can of sardines for your supper Preparing for life will be consid- Out-Ahead A.E lrf'n .Ia

Ith the Alumni team Wednes- on's sweet voice every time you Hoping you like the biscuits we ered the future. The histories will

t"y. of telephone remain, be carefully studied and the best Virtually .um.free-no __ ___- .:: '" ___::- _' C
lift the receiver your --- --- -- -- 'c#
*> up Dictlonarily yours. points followed. To meet the great gummy or nicking valves to -
saying "number please?
FOURTH GRADE ). Profs.. Beezelbum & Tweedledum game of life and not go down In cause low of power.OPoeitIvutnding.
the operator
She is telephone
I
IWe have two( new books in our 11fary school discouragement and defeat Is the .
Norman Johns is teaching
..". "Hana Binker' and "Robln'00d. at Heilbronn Su rings. CALENDAR OF EVENTSFeb. final proof of power which the .

Billy Parker has Joined the Navy 8, 2.19Debate: between leaders of tomorrow will follow. a NEW fucl-un. ;'

[ Ida Lulu bavls was out of school and is now seeing the world. Lake Butler and Bradford High -Ivan Sponholtz. like and amazingly superior

eral clays last week because of Annie Laura Tucker Is doing School. -- -.-, to any gasoline heretofore I

e illness of her father. commercial work In Macon Ga. I; Feb. 11. Girls Glee Club. JOKESA sold. ,

[We are glad to welcome a new Kitty Hogsed as you all know. I Feb. 12, Boys Glee Club. bookkeeping test contained

!plio" Verlena Phlllipj, to our Is the Bradford High School's sec Feb. 14, Book Club meeting.Feb. this Item: "Explain 'the word as- ETHYL
"
ale, retary. 11, Student Cooperative i

Mra. Hart brought some artltl1 Carlile Faulkner is teaching at Government meeting. James Hair wrote: "When you

flowers to use in our new I Heilbronn Springs. are making out an account you
11 vases I We are always glad to hear from SIXTH GRADE HONOR ROLL subtract the smaller from the larger

As we are studying about the the graduates of our Alma Mater Jack Halle, Lewis Starling Melvin amount. This 'JII called asset- FOR YOUR MOTOR

utcb. now.. we have up some and we wish they would all let us Wiggins Melba Anders Caro- ainlng the difference"

ry pretty colored scenes of HoiOND hear from them. lyn Keene Vera Manning Elaine
d. .- Marwtck. Emmaline Morgan Alt A question on aa English examination {

SIXTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Smith Alma Johns. paper read "What is poetic -

GRADE DONOR ROLL Slim Kosallna Jacob Teacher Miss Edna Strickland Teacher license?"

Bobby Biggs. Mack Futch. Bry- Edward Barnes Billy Griffin, ---.-- Keeffee Harrell wrote: "A poetic
Harrell. Berta Lee George Leonard Smith Irvin Tillman. SECOND GRADE HONOR ROLL license U a license you get from STANDARD OIL COMPANY

ta Green Betty Hayes. Gar- L'Etta Corpenlng. Gladys Johnson Lyle Anderson, King Thomas the poet office to keep poets. You

Hutto Barbara Keen Betty Ferol .Jones. Frances Overstreet Thelma Prevatt Dorothy Jean Wll- ,get one also if you won't to keep

Rae Roberta Whitfield. Frankie! Hitch Louise Stern Mary I lama. Min )McRae a dog. It cost two dollars and you INCORPORATED 'IN KENTUCKY'

Mrs. H. C. Hitch, Teacher.I Loralne Stockwell. Grace Dew Teacher I call it a dog IIc_." : .

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PAGE FOUL BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY
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BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES the church tonight (Friday;-

I1LQUUA HIGHLIGHTS.. I 6?&w rtt-ff pjw6 E2i The annual business and roll o'clock. &i,
..... ._ ,,_ .... Time of practice for
"""" e '0 i, FTIL r ELJK call meeting of the Baptist Church Choir baa been the J.",,

'f ocictyJ j will be held Wednesday night, day night to Tuesday changed from P'n-
February 13, at the church at 7:30 o'clock. night lit 7k'*
I o'clock. Re-election of Church,

_.. Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. of- TWAIN SCHEDULE
I' ficers will b< he d* Refreshments

I I Four Tables W. M. U. Circles Meet will be served./rAll, members are No. 1-Due Southbound Starke lloi: p, ,1
urged to answer to the roll call.
Play In Olympic Monday Afternoon / .....:...-.:.. No. 11-Due Starke 11:25: A. Si
? No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A:if
. 't The Starke division of the World Circles of the Women' Missionary The Men's Bible Class enjoyed a No. 191-Due Starke 10:27: p, \
Bridge Olympic was held last Friday Union of the First i Baptist fish aupper on Thursday night of Northbound $

/ :. night at the home of Mr. and Church met Monday afternoon and last week at the 8.R. Johns campon No. 2-Due Starke 3:08: p u j

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Play began held Interesting and profitable Lake Geneva Fourteen mem- No 12-Due Starke 4.OOP'ill:

'at 8:01: o'clock with Mra. Carpenter meetings t bers of the class attended the out- No. 108-Due Starke :
acting as game captain. Circle Number One met at the ing. Bert Busbee, E. C Priest andJ. Starke And Wannee 5:561',11.Branch ,I

; It la estimated that at least 280- home of Mrs. E. L. Biggs with Mrs. +"" tl r4WLt F. Klckllter composed the com- No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: !
., 000 people throughout the world' Biggs and Miss Wilma Alexander, mittee in charge of arrangements No. 102-Arrives .Starke J-50 A.V I

:Jparticipated.I:\ In the contest, Tot hostesses, Mrs.. J. M. Borwnlee, r.J. ORIFFIN p,1I.
.r the winners will be awarded the leader, assisted by Mrs. Biggs had Jerry Moore, the new general director -
t\\j) custody of the two platinum World Charge of the devotional. of the B.,Y. P. U. announces BLUE BUS SCHEDULES

,J j' i Championship trophies valued at I Roll call showed present besides that an adult union will be organ- Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934

,.,'"' 910,000 each and costly I replicas the' leader and hostesses, Mrs ized Sunday evening at the churchat Northbound-4:18 a. m., 1:59.1:
.;;:: for permanent possession. Winning 'I Ruth Courtney Mrs. Joe Edwards,, 6:15: o'clock. Similar ,organi- m., 8:24: p. m., 9:19 p. m. -I

'. bands will be announced later Mrs. O. J. Grfflia, Miss Fannie zations for all other agea are now Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34: ,1

,-, by Ely Culbertson.' Lord, Mrs. J. H. Lord Miss Ethel functioning.The m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00: p. m. I

Those playing here were: Mr Moore, Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Mrs. 4M regular monthly businessand Tickets and Information ;|
r4 d
]
''!It:' and ,Mr,*. O. L. Beasley Dr: and J. H. Pitts, Mrs. G. P. Raymond a program planning meeting of Smith's Service Station, next ttl
Mrs. HJ. L. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. L. A. Rennoldn, Mrs W. L. all B. Y. P.. U.'s will be held at courthouse.

!\\1'': T. Long, Mrs. H. H. Young Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Orle Wiggins and Mrs. i -

.f, iN., Sternberg, Mrs H. B. McLen- Jerry Moore, a new member. Aft- I it 1 r 1,1 f. ?.
:"J, "don, Mrs Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. er reports by the secretary and { +
, D.. A..Montleth,, Miss Madge Mid- treasurer, plans were made for IONA-PLAIN OR SELF-RISING

',; dleton, ,Mlas Hazel Mlddletou D. serving refreshments at the an-
"1)) P.' Carpenter; Dr. F. O. Bratley nual church meeting to be held

)f.; and ,E. Matthews.., Feb. 13.The FLOUR o
:i a next meeting will be held at

Ladies Auxiliary the home of Mrs W, J. Eppersonwith

,"I To Elect Officers Mrs. Epperson, Mrs. Court- An excellent", flour for general family u and Mrs. Joe Edwards hostesses -
ney
: c, The Ladles Auxiliary! of the 6 lb. ek 12 lb. sk. 24 lb. sk. 481bk. ,.> patr

13' First Presbyterian Church will Mrs. Bigga read the Introductionof ii6sT/% !& 25c 45c 87c. $1.73
! have Its regular monthly meeting the book "The Plan of Salva- MHtRC.ECONOMY RULES:
':' at Mrs. O. E. Stansbury's home at tion" which will be studied at the

.:V. 3:30: o'clock, February 12. meetings for the next five months. cue ous FLORIDA Olympic Brand

All members are requested to be Meeting was closed with prayers PLANT" 1SO7W L4r srovcAroh Selected Soaked
'o present" there, will be an election by Mrs. Raymond and Mrs NEW QUAKER MAID
of officers for the coming After hour s.
(J1., ,, ,, Brownlee. a pleasant PRODUCTS-

.//11.. year. Klnlaw, Sec. spent In sewing hostesses., refreshments were One of the most curious of all the an enrollment]) of 280 to over 2,000 to PEAS IONA BRAND
Dorothy served by the Gibb's
(or
'1"" bome'otMrs ferns found in Florida is the SHOE- become one of the leading institutions of )
Circle No.!' 2 met at the No. ZCnna
Reading'Circle: P. E. Canova, with Mrs. Ca- STRING-FERN or grass fern which higher learning in the land. Before go- 4 ___. 25'

,' ;"' nova.. and :Mrs.' Richard Kldd''''a# grows on the trunk of the cabbage pal- ing to the university in 1909 as its presI- BEANSIONA
the' Woman's
8 ; The Reading Circle of hostesses. .. dent, Dr. Murphree was president of the
1. Club will meet with Mrs H. metto. This is one of the numerous ferns Florida State College)] for Women in Tal- Tender BRAND With Pork and Tomato Sauce
Cut
, II. Young Monday afternoon at The meeting was In charge of of wide distribution in tropical America; lahassee. At the time of his :death in -ANDSTRING -
Mrs. C. Powell. Plan.were .
4 ,lour o'clock. Miss Isabel Fernandez the leader; L. that reach hammocks of SouthernFlorida. IONA BRAND
> he
1927 occupied a national'position
made for the annual roll call
will lead the discussion on Mrs.
1,+.r Rawling's book. South Moon Un- meeting of the church to be held Its tufted fronds long and among educators of the country being BEANS. "

' '; ':der, which has been read by twen at the church on Wednesday night, leathery, bear a striking resemblance to president of the American ,Associationof MACARONISPAGHETTI

< : ,ty-three club members February 13. dark green shoestrings.One University Presidents. It will] be recalled 3N0.2 ___ 25"
', All Woman's Club members who The meeting was closed with of the greatest Floridians all ''that prior to\the Democratic Na- '-OR--

have read this book are urged to prayer by Mrs. G. W Alderman. time was the late Dr.A. A. 'MUHPllnEE. -, tional Convention in 1924 the late Wil- OUR OWN BLEND
Circle No. 3 met at the home of former President of the Universityof liam
\1',; ,be present promptly at four Jennings Bryan suggested Dr. India Ceylon
' +' o'clock. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, who enter- Florida. Under his leadership the Murphree as his choice for the nomina- I

1\;\ tained Jointly with Mrs. L. D. school] crew from a small college with tion for nre! "'de'it.
' Ab.Pkg.

If 1;#'f. Green.Mrs. R. r.., Kemp conducted the [J. D. C'chapterEntertained I Methodist'Women Hold ley, Mrs L. D. VIning and Mrs. L.j 1-21b. pkgr; o; Cans 8 35ccan I : 1 03

At Your Service devotional after which she read a In LawteyThe Circle Meetings A. Davis. 19' ,37C or B
, I''W 'letter from Miss Lois Glass a. missionary At the close of the meeting the Pkgs. or
I In China. Each memberof W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Both circles of the Woman's Missionary hostesses served dainty light refreshments 1
WITH THE BEST FOOD YOU
. EVER ATE. IF YOU ARK A the circle is writing letters to C., waa entertained in Lawtey Society, of the Methodist to the following ladles: EIGHT O'CLOCK-"l\llId. Mellow"
Miss Glass telling of the work Wednesday afternoon at the home Mrs. H. B. McLendon Mrs. E. S.
ff\\ NEW CUSTOMER GIVE US A Church met Monday afternoon and COFFEE
I'being' done here. C>f Mr. and Mrs. George W Roberta Matthews Miss Amy Cob urn, Mrs. Lb. 19cDIXIE
TRIAL AND IF YOU ARE held
After the business meeting was the hostesses being Mrs. Roberts Interesting meetings, the Titus Olson Mrs. Dampier Mrs. A. .
AN ,
..r.r" OLD CUSTOMER JUST ,over Mrs. W. B. Alexander read a Mrs. W. E. Torode Mrs. Effle same program: and! ,subject for devotional Wood, Mrs. L A. Davis Mrs. W. 'CRYSTAL::"Flnmt OrnnnlntM --- ,- ----

'It.-'#;+ KEEP COMING. i''part of the first chapter of the Miner Mrs.. Annie B.: Dinktns and service >elng used by each B. [Parita! Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs.

.. I :Plan of Salvation" the new bookto Urs. Hal Edwards. circle. trt J. F. Colley Mrs A. F. Sauls Mrs. SUGAR Sib.Built' 24c
4: HALL'S PLACE be studied and discussed. The meeting was presided over Number B. 3f. Montgomery and Mrs. H. L. -
Circle One met at, the Hale. _.
After the business and devotional by> the president Mrs. L. G. Powell -- -- - --
4f Near Seaboard Station service the hostesses served > and the following business was home of Mrs.. J. W. White, with .. ORANDl\IOTIIER'8-FRESII Plain or Sliced
' : Mrs' White and Miss Amelia Ray The Canovas I4-Oz 18-Oz.. ZI-O/
i refreshments to the fifteen mem- transacted:. The Second Brigade ,
I : of the ,Confederacy as co-hostesses. During the busi- Will Make Movie
bers present. .. United Daughters BREAD
ness session Mrs O. L. Beasley 6c 8c lOc
.
to meet in
Invited
',,\ t I wall was elected circle chairman of the Judy Anna Zeke and Pete Ca- .
W. C. T. U, To Observe Starke In April the date to be des- Christian Social Relations Committee nova, well known here where they --- .- -- ----
( RITZ THEATRE 1 gnated later. :It was voted to send made their home for Oetntln Dessert Chocolate Pudding
I Golden Anniversary At the last business meet- many years.aru ,
five dollar to the Norman Randolph SPARKLE
steadily climbing to 6
greater Pkgs.
Ing It was voted that the society 25c
6"tr g STARKE, FLORIDA In honor of the first organization Relief Fund which Is for adopt the sunshine bag project to heights in the theatrical world, and WHITE HOUSE

in Starke of the Woman's leedy Confederate women. collect funds for painting the local will next appear in Dolores Del
, PROGRAMBEGINNING I II Christian Temperance Union' fifty Mrs :Mary McBeath Weeks, of parsonage., The circle leader, Rio's new production, "In Cali- EVAP. MILK Tall Can 6:
> :: FRIDAY ,years ago Miss Olive Ray; presented each
; ... Frances E. Wlllard's Heavenly ers, ID ill In a. hospital and as an member with a bag and read the The Canovas were recently featured 2 11-oz.Ctns.
FRIDAY, FEB. 8TII. I birthday also in this month the expression, of sympathy It was voted following clever'original lines: .In, the short-lived revue, r25c
: '
',' "The County I local W C. T. U, will entertainon to send her a shower of cards "Calling AH Stars" which throughno AMERICAN BRAND

- Feb 15 Lad letters. This sunshine bag or organdie sack fault of theirs, ran less than a DILL PICKLES Qt. Jar 14c
::fu Chairman" No Invitations will be sent out The historian Mrs L. A. Davis, Says a fresh coat of paint on the month on Broadway! ; It wall the

Will Kofrrm-Kent Taylor 1 but any charter member, ,of ,that read an Instructive paper about parsonage we lack.It concensus of opinion among the Smithfield Brand .
" EolynSATURDAY Venable J first organization and her descendants Sidney' Lanier, one'of the South's' also acts as>.a"'gentle hint critics that the Canovas were.the for Laundry&: Ilouiteworli

:'It.9 all who have been members toted poets. To drop In the'' coin without sorrow topand the ski ",in which they CORNEDBEEF II OCTAGON
,
Zane: FED 9TII. 111 111I' I Iir here during the last fifty The Chapter will meet the first or stint, appeared was said to be one of the
wl Orpy'n years and those who are vitallY'In. "'ednaadlll'in'March at the home As a thank-offering to God who best of the current 'eason: How- SOAP
"Rocky Mountain i terested in thin work are cordially of, Mr. and Mra. L. A. Davis. 1I0 the bright days have sent ever, the authors"of,the show failed -

}!-- Myetery"Randolph ,iaviioJ., The yua:; and others det eases: Mrs. Davis Mrs L.; G. To Us In Florida the land of"sun to supply enough good material, 2 No. I Special
'owell, Miss Etta Tison and Mrs. shine. and it "folded"" Cans 25' 5 1 Dc
after few
".. Srott-Roscoe Ales I tails will be an jounced In. next a weeks. ---- Size Bars r.._.
Then
sometime In April a partythere'll
, Ann Sheridan 1 week's paper. V. a. Halle. a -. ,
"'f\ Al. o fOPEYERTOON! Committee. During the social period a tempt- be Woman's Club QUAKER MAinBAKING -
' ?:; r and COMEDY 1 ng fruit salad course was served When we'll open the sunshine bags
k
eta it' ,. b y, Mrs. Roberta, Mrs. Effie Miner each holding dollars one, two To Meet Next Week POWDER Mb. can 15c

; SCN.-MON., FEB. 10-11 4rs.. J. W. Andrews .and ,Miss or three. The Woman's Club of Starke HEINZ
Sir James M. IViiTlca' WE GUARANTEEOUR *' Then sometime next Summer how will hold its regular business and
Beatrice Miner KETCHUP I
w: r 't.-
, $ 'The Little Minister' FISH TO BE THE Members present on this pleasant happy we'll be social meeting at the club houseon Small Bot.13c; Lge Bot. 19c '

tr 1 Katherine Hepburn-.John neal FINEST AND FRESHEST occasion were: .Mrs. K.:: S. After work and pelf-sacrlflce we'll the afternon of Feb. 13, at 3:30: FINEST DRIED

1 \1 Also New and Comedy OBTAINABLEAPALACIHCOLA Matthews Mrs. H. B. 'McLendon, be permitted to see o'clock., NAVY BEANS Lb. k" 5c
( Our bills all paid and the The
parsonage musical program for the aft-
Mrs. O. L. Beaaley. Miss Olive Ray, NECTAR BRAND *
;
TUE ..WED., FEB. 12-13 so neat ernoon will be In -Orange Pekoe Mixed' India Ceylon
I frs, L. O. Powell Mrs. L. A. Davie charge of Mrs. "
/\1\' OYSTERS AND SHRIMP And 'the smiles of the 'TEA "
Montgom- 1-4 lb-
. : HELLDORADO Mrs. Effle Miner Mrs. J W. Jeanette Kincald. pkg.:' 17c|

j'; Madare Evanit-Klcftnrd Arloii Andrews, Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. erys so hearty i and sweet. Hostesses for the afternoon will MANDY OLD FASHIONED GROUND
1 THE MAGNOLIA Miss Mid- be as folows: Mrs. C. A., Futch
3. K. Ferryman Madge The devotional period was con- MEAL 5 Lbs.
':. TIIUKS.-FRL, FEB. 14-15 Mrs T. J. 12c |
llcton, and Mrs J.M. Btownlee.p ducted by Mrs W. G. Halle, and Griffin Mrs. J. M. Dar.
"Strange Wives"Rotter by Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs J W. WINNER-ROCK GROUND
was followed By"the program "The *
"''. Pryor-June Clayworth FISH MARKET Music Study ,'' Hsu Wells Our Fathers Digged," which B.Morgan. Mrs Mrs.L.'S, Hutto, Mrs. C. GRITS /SLbj./: 15c |
Price J.
if: told of the work of the pioneer P. Warren and IONA tt,1
1' : ,_
, """ ,Announces: Program Methodists ,in America. Taking Miss Eunice Perkins.
--- -' TOMATOES
The Fortnightly . NUTLEY
Olive Ray, Mrs W. P. Smith, Miss
Woman's Club will
of the
will be
croup at the
named
following
meet at the home of Judge and Amelia Ray Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. places on the dates stated herein, OLEOMARGARINE Lb. 15e
Now You Get
Mrs.
A.
W.
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Friday afternoon Anderson Mrs. J. W. for the purpose of'recelvlni' Tax
I promptly at four,o'clock.Mrs. White..Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. D. Returns and '
fr 1 H. H. Young will have chart*. of E. Knight and Mrs. W. E. Middle- homestead tax applications for

tG1 'the program which is as follows: ton.During deeds to homestead exemptions.or latest Bring tax NUCOA Pound 21c
.- The Parents of Our' ContamporarieeMrstL a pleasant social period.
O Powell Mrs. White and Miss Ray served receipt. .
50 Bedouin Love Song i.;___ i- hot chocolate and cookies to the I All homesteads not exempted by "Try pat'kal'e of the new Noco made from pure whole- pinK -
fo.owing) persons: Mrs. W. G 1 April first will be assessed as here- tfouriu'd milk and finest vegetable 01.' Compare It with the
.
_....,.Mrs., E. L. Biggs I cooking and ,
?Love- ,-Me If'! Live _____ : Halle. Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. tofore. to-wit: you are not 2JJ4*" you are now ....n""*. If 'In every WilY
,
W E. Tuesday Feb. 19, Lawtey, at delighted with the new Nucoa, and do not find It
,
MldUIeton.
Mrs.
Duncan O. L. Beas.
__,_______._.Sir. William Hills mare f'Conomlcal. Just return the
The Girl Spinning .._.__-...-_ ley Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. A. Z. Office. tlon of the new Nul'OA, with your package name and and addreae the nnuw-d to U",|Isr and
Adklns, Miss Wednesday Feb. 20 Brooker
atColaon'a
Olive
Ray. Mrs. W. weVIII
give DOUBLE
,Mrs. H. V. KnIght you YOUR "
MONEY
--> BACK.
: P. Smith Miss Kate Store.Thursday ,
Struth Mrs. "
: Come, see the place where Jesus
COMICSOver .. _. Miriam Klckllter, Mrs. A. W. Red. Feb. 21, New River -
: Lay -,- .-Mrs. R. J. Davis forenoon. FANCY U. S. NO. 1
and
grave Mrs. A. W. Anderson,
.
Mignonette -Mrs. K. G. Duncan
>- \ 8 George Whitefleld ChaJwlck Circle number one will meet the Thursday Feb, 21, Graham afternoon -
first Monday In March IRKHPOTATOES lOIbs. 13c
in Full ColorsIn with Mrs
30
Pages ((18 4.1931). Arthur William Foote: :
E. K.
Perryman.,, Friday Feb., 22, Theressa, fore-
,
((1853-). Horatio William Parker CELERY
Stalk & I
0\ Circle Number Two Boon. .
)<< was entertained
((1863-1919). Arthur Batelle FRESH CARROTS
Every Sunday's Whit-I by Mrs. W. A. Bessant. Jr I Friday Feb 22, Hampton afternoon. Bunch Z for I lx
Ing ((1801-). and Mrs H. H.'A.: LETI'UCE.- Fancy liNe k
If and Mrs. .
Wllfeur A.
Scott at the
Beach ((1867.) are named 'a. the LEMONS. ., FI"Jlc" ); Dozen I 1It!
ATLANTASunday Five Boston Classicists, in John home of the former. After a short 1 Would prefer all who can do so WINESAP APPLES ,Cooklnw or Eating Ooz., .
Tasker business session presided over by ,to make their returns and apply ORANGES Fancy Florida lie
Howard's beak ou American no-
the circle leader, Mrs A.. F. Sauls, for homestead tax
exemption at
Mimic, and the muse for.' today a wore hip service was conducted by my office at Court House. BANANAS

American :Is Alt from members these composers'' of thay, foman'. Mrs. Scott. The program. was Interestingly Respectfully- 4 Pounds1Sc. l
presented by Mrs. A. -
I N.
DjV -
.
lnwrlghtTax
Club:
are Invited to
attend
.thll. ,
Wood Mrs. B., M4 Montgomery THE GREAT'
'Assessor!
.. ATLANTIC PACIFIC COMPANlto
I &
TEA
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FEBRUARY 8. 1085 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' = FLORIDA PAOK FIVE .
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Mr, and Mrs. C. N. Whither, of Lit IVTEY NOTICE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,

Jacksonville.were guests Sunday NAT SEZ: o. J.< .hllllp. It'orr..poaol.at Preaching at Christian Church Mm. T, It. Itrnirry, orrenponitrntMr.
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. HyPoator and Mr Max Harrison of
Continual Cold W. T. McGuire
Bits of Next winter I'm not going to .--- Pittsburgh are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Green, the Telegraph's take chances.I'm The continued cold and dry wea-
Is confined to her any going to the Ruth and Rosa Mile, attended the Mrs. J. Russell_Hall.
editor,
society get my own ground hogs and train tber ot past three weeks Is retarding '
home this week with a severe cold. them so they the planting of early/ i funeral of J. H. Rowe at Mac- Dr. .and Mrs. H. A Bliss and
i clenny Tuesday. children of Jacksonville were week
Local.l'.yeWse won't see theirshadow.
spring here' Most farmers
Mrs. E. It. Biggs returned yes- on crops l Mils Willie Mae HiriHon of end guests of Mrs. Bliss's parents,
BUSINESS' terday from a visit with her mother February 2.: have their ground ready for plantIng Hampton was a visitor here Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. J, A. Rupert.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, AND Mrs. Lila Griffin in St. Augustine This business of and as soon as the weather afternoon. *
Mack and
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN tettlpar/ a little moderates will begin planting corn The ,revival meeting being conducted Mrs. Mary daughter,
of Miami arrived recently -
animal like that | e and bean., at the First Baptist Church Mrs. Graham
Dr. Sam Sternberg of Daytona tell me that I've .- here this week by the pastor, Rev. i to spend some time at they* I II

Beach, will spend Sunday here with got to suffer six riuy A Success James Lyle, RiHlstrd by the Rev I home here. With them is Mm. i iGraham's
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. more weeks ,of KuUhaw of Murfreenboro Tenn., ,
Patsy.
daughter
H. V. Knight and O. 'L. Patten Dr. W. E. in Gainesville Tuesday. several days at his camp at Piney frozen whiskers put ou by the Junior High School congregation at each meeting Paul Zimmer, of Buffalo who has :
been Mr. and Mrs. T; R.
Bluff Georgia. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling of has got to stop.: Friday night'.was,a great success F. R. Carradlne was a business Demery visiting, left Monday for Rolla, Ii
Senator J. M. Mann, of Lake Jasper will spend Saturday and :. I don't know, and 'a neat sum- ;:was ,:'realized for 'visitor to Orlando Wednesday.Mr. Missouri.

Butler, was' a visitor here MonJulian Peek, Jr.,' and Frank In- Sunday here with Judge'and Mrs.E. yet ,how I'm going to .do.it, --I'll the .benefit!of,, the' local:P. T. A. and Mrs. J. B. Dye, of Lake- Mrs. J. Russell Halt and daughter -
day; man make a brief trip to New Or K. Ferryman. .either outfit my hogs with" smoked land, were visiting at the home of Betsy Mrs. Max Harrison and
leans this week' 'glasses so they can't see'or'make I Strawberry Mooihentv Mrs. Dye's parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Evelyn, Howard Ryan
.
Miss Rosalind Jacobs spent the Miss Helen Bryce or Srycevllle them think It's fashionable to diet A. M. Blanchard, over the week- I and Harry Klncald'visited the Ra-
Miss Estella Kendrick spent the ,like all the women are doing un. I be-
weekend with frlenda In Gaines and Miss Mary McKnight of Way- Quite a Jew strawberries are end. vine Gardens in Palatka Sunday.
week-end in Gainesville with Mr cross, Ga, were week-end guests of tit they are sq thin they won't' mg offered for sale here in small Miss Enza Blanchard, who Is em- .
ville. and Mrs. Jack Bell. Mrs. J. E. Corpening. cast a shadow. lots Many are being sold by chil- ployed In the FERA offices at I
But In the meanwhile I suppose dren along the road and others Lake Saturday and %1I.Eft CENT CASHIlulikiuf -
City spent
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescott were Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen, we're going to have winter righton consolidating their shipments and TVrnm. to Hull
home here.
Gainesville several days this Glen Wood has been suffering Sunday at her
in Jr., were in Jacksonville on Thurs- from a severe attack of influenza, so I'm willing to do my bit to sending them. to the nearby markets Woodrow Kutshaw of Murfrees- ,
week day of last week.,. help keep you warm: >'1:
but his friends are glad to know
boro, Tt-nn, who has been visiting i iI
,
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. C. Mrs. H. A. Bishop and children that he Is now out again. NewPepperell '".. ..--, hero returned to his home Tues- Knight were In Jacksonville, ImproIng Farm day u :
A.
friends in Daytona Prints <
Monday. were visiting Mrs. Emma Anderson, of Archer If C Kelley of New River, a Mrs H. U. Arwood who has been "I
Beach last Sunday. spent the past week here with 20c recent arrival In our section. In visiting In Bessemer! Ala, returned -
and daughter-in-law, Mr Improving his farm and clonrlng
her son
to her home here Monday.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. F A. Scott spent "IIi
and Mrs. Sam Anderson. Close Out All land l west of town. Prof and Mis. W. L Beacon
Sunday with' Mr. and Mrs. S. C. \ I
Carnell In Ormond Beach. WINTER SHOESFor were visiting at Brooker Sunday .
HALESON Friends of L. A. Davis will be Ludlca Mayor and Mrs. J. H. Moore afternoon. We are prepiirtil In fhrnMhthe .

Gerald Middleton, who recontlj glad to learn that he Is much Im- were visiting relatives in Plant Mrs U. W. Roberts was shop nw 1.11 lIopt U( ISI-fwal :
I IIOAD THIRTEEN accepted a position in Talliihus- proved after suffering a severe at- $1.98 City .and Tampa over the week ping In Jacksonville Monday I...'MM, also! the 8nfl-L.Ho Hume

I Bee, spent the week-end hero. tack of influenza.B. PETEU'S end.Mr A large number of our citizens: Ix-iiH. "h..11... urn a newdlwovrry. '.
and Mrs.: Oscar Andreu were are confined to their homes with ;
wleiillfU'ally ronsliurteil.
F. Glasgow, of Paragould, WORK SHOESFor visiting their daughter, Mrs L. F. colds and Influenza. }
sale
Ark., Is spending the winter here Men Dlnklns" help! Tuesday. 0. W. MinHon, Jr., of Hampton, For by
ARCADE with her son-in-law and daughter, $1.95All -J, C. Ward who has been em- was a business' visitor here Tues- S. c.: LEWIS .
THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns. ployed In Jacksonville returned to day. Ntarke, Fin. I
KSNVII.LE Solid l Leather
his home hero Saturday. R. P. Jones was a business vlulto \
The Friday meeting of the W. C. Others .\t $1.49Manhattan Miss Jacksonville Tuesday.
4 BIG DAYS I J. B. Rowe and daughters
T. U. wll be held at 3:30: o'clock
I this week with Mrs. W. J. Epper Shirts
Starts Sat., Feb> 9th
son at her home on S. Walnut St. and Pajamas

NOW FOR THE FIRST -
Dr. H. B McLendon has returned $1.95Munsingwear
TIME BROUGHT TO home after being called to Marianna -

I ANY SCREEN! on account' of the illness of his SoxFor Tip Top GroceryBALLARD'S
mother. He left her much Improved. Men {


WHERE NO MAN ;DARED,TOGO- BEFORE Milton. Brownlee Jr. retained 3 For All Silk$1.00

riito *f Ai" AfricanS Wednesday to' the University of '

alr'1La' Florida at Gainesville after spendIng STERNBERG'SStarfee $ THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
I ;; several days here following ex .j
".
.
r aminations.Mrs. Florida I IIOXE9NILE LEMONS, Dozen lOc

S. L. Peek returned home ISc '
from Riverside HospitalIn MIR! Pearl MAnning has returned MATCHES
Saturday e. Good Fla. CELERY each lOc
Jacksonville, and her friends are i from New York City where ehi ,
that she Is making a, spent the past two months.
to know
glad rapid recovery.Mr. - SA L T 3 Boxes lOc Large Hard LETTUCE, ea 7zc 1

Representative R A. Green returned \
and Mrs. A. W. Stump and Thursday to Washington, T.t BLE FAN-NO. I CAN CARROTS or BEETS bun 7Y2C }, ,
children of New York City will D. C., after making a short vial
here Sunday on their way to at his home hero. PEACHES l lOc
stop
Sxp.rvb.e 1rdY' t
r lbs 25c
APPLES 4
: tre.n.n idly% Miami for a visit with Mr and I 'cr -- Fancy York I:

Mrs. F. K. Stump. Friends of.; J. Davis, cashier
!!- CARROTS ANn NO. :a CAN
of the Bank "of Sturke, are glad Fancy Winesap Apples I doz 20cS
Guy'Andrewe River, 1 leone
to ace him again in the bank after PEAS 1 10 J.:
of the University C
of the graduates .
spending several days in Riverside e Salad Dressing Pt. 17c '
of Florida this week. Guy .
In Jacksonville.Mrs.
Hospital

ANOTHER FEATURE Bradford graduated County with honors High School from the in -- A RGO PEAS No 2 17c Salad Dressing Qt" 29c ; :
I "The Right To Live" J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. O. L, can ,
1930. Beasley and Mrs. II. B. McLendoi ,f.POTA
I Brent will leave today for Tampa when

Josephine George Ilutchlnson Sclrli.gr:Col.: and were Mrs.week-end W. H. Nollman guests of ot friends they will and spent relatives.T. several. days will TOES 10 Lbs. 12c a I

Hamrlck IRI
their mother, :Mrs. S. F.
ADVANCE IN 1'RiCESTOWN'S They were on their way home from J. McIntyre of Jacksonville ;tjl tjlGRITS
SHOW Bar Convention in St
State
LEADING the
the Torodi UANE
Is
again employed by l
Augustine. Chevrolet Company after an absence TIP TOP MARKET '
-- of two years. ills man; SUGAR
I friends are glad of his return.M. .

YOUR >& PICNIC HAMS Lb. 18c .
OF F. Jones and Maurice Daught 101bs. 45c ra;/:

ridge, of Rocky Mount N. C., stop 8 lbs. .25c PORK HAMS, lb. 22c '.

pad for a visit. with Judge and SOARED
e Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. while on tiieli PEANUT LAMB STEW, lb. 18c ,

1 way,,home from at. Petersburg.. LARGE FRANKS, lb. P E A S
--- --- 155c

MAGAZINESAND Among In thone.'attending Gainesville! this"GreerPastures" weel BUTTER WEINERS, lb. 3. No 2 Cans r rlIb.

are: Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnn 15c Fancy Chuck ROAST, lb. 19c 25c
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Dr. am ..jar "J
NEWSPAPER FULL YEAR Mrs. E. L. Biggn and Mr. and Mrs ROUND STEAK, Fla", lb. 19c IrANCY''I'';
THIS

You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer the Misses H. C.play Rltch.Hazel In Those and Jacksonville Madge who attendm Middle were:: M I''.I K BOLOGNA Breakfast Bacon, lb., lb. 33c 15c PICKLES ;;f

and Your Favorite NewspaperPickl ton, Mrs W. E. Middleton, Mrs. IS.
4 Leading Magazines S. Matthews, Mrs, H. B. McLendon, 3 Tall 18e SMOKED SAUSAGE, lb. 17c Qt. 15c 1

Dr. V. G. Brutiey. B. R. Witkovski .K
and 1'-:. L. Matthews.
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEUitAPU STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, IBIS
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:save been paused as purely local '- "PIlI NEW TYPE LIMESTONETALLAHASSEEProduction

I Hints To Housewives measures aud 'not as state-wide

propositions. a new type of limestone of

Demonstration Legislators from cattle raising as dolomitic, from a deposit know
from Home
FARMERS SECTION Veekly Tallahassee counties have formed a solid block LIVE STATE NEWSNews oped in Levy County is reported dove!i"
Specialists, by
Against fence laws each time they State Geologist Herman
Gunter
have been brought up for consider- This limestone, rich In '
of Florida in Short Paragraphs magnesiWn
VEGETABLESFOR ation. Generally the cattle interests -
Conducted by Demonstration Agents VARIETY OF is being used as a soil conditioner
TilE HOME GARDEN have been able to provoke sufficient for growing crops, Gunter

In addition to a climate which opposition to state-wide Gunter said the Levy County MM
of vegetables to at the start a 1.
fence laws
permits the production thwart posit was the only such discovert
In the home garden throughout any attempt passage. of toe limestone dolomitic In

l r I STOCKMEN WARNED TO the year, Florida offers a wide Stories emanating from each GATORS TO BEGIN TRAINING TO TRY FOR RECORD state. thy

1 RURAL PREPARE TO COMBAT variety of crops which can be legislative session have told of the GAINESVILLE Head Coach MIAMI-Clarence Chamberlain, --- .. --

TilE SCREW WORM FLY grown for use on the family ta- sharp vote-bargains driven by anti- Dutch Stanley called the Florida first to fly the Atlantic with a DEAD AFTER
QUARREL
', COMMON SENSE ble. In addition to the vegetables fence legislature In trading their football squad for spring practice passenger has said he Is' planningan

GAINESVILLE-There Is every common years ago there are many support fur other forms of legisla- opening February 11. attempt next summer to cap- GAINESVILLE-Marvin CellOll

,i By SPUDS JOHNSON reason to believe that the screw "new" vegetables which have been of tion, in return for immunity from ture the world's long distance record 22 and Frank Weaver. 45: t\Si\

worm fly will again ravage Flor- brought in from other sections fence laws. ASKS NEW BUILDINGJACKSONVILLEErection for sustained flight. The pro- trlcl&ns employed at the Unlver.

r' ,MARKETING OF FLORIDA ida livestock In the summer of this country and from foreign The group of legislators now be- of a jected flight would see him wing- city of Florida are dead. County

PRODUCTS NOW DEMANDS 1935, and stockmen would do well countries and found quite adaptedto strains hind the proposal to fence stock in new State public health building Ing across the Atlantic from New Judge B. D. Hlers called It murder .

iti{ GREATER CONSIDERATION r to prepare to combat It. say J. R. Florida's soils Improved have been the state however is working here at a coat of $1 O.OOO was recommended York over Europe and Persia to and suicide and ordered DO lj.

,i k. Watson and Dr. A. N. Tissot, entomologists of common garden Introduced crops also. from the safety angle. They point yesterday to the Florida a landing In India.STRUCK' quest. Police said the men argued

?fI The time has arrived when I with the State Experiment develope J and out that many lives have been lost Planning Board by the Com- I 1 over which was the better" craft

!nl I growers of Florida fruits and veg Station. Although the cold Onions mustard, collards'cabbage as ,the result of highway accidents mittee on Public Health.. EMPLOYER man and that Cellon shot Weaver

F, ,etables must give most serious consideration weather of winter has somewhat corn and radishes penally in which motor vehicles and live- MIAMI Pleading guilty to to' death with, a pistol and thlll!
fr': to problems connectedwith I reduced the numbers of this pest, formed the nucleus of the old-time stock were involved. In addition ,JUDGE FACES CHARGE striking his employer Mrs. Lucille took his own life.

''k' marketing tbelr products.' It Is still present and with the com- garden with peas and beets sometimes the legislators declare resident BARTOW-Charged with driving Dickey Winter visitor here from .-_
,'Y Haphazard methods have ing of warmer weather doubtless added. Such common veg- Floridians and traveling motorists an automobile while under the PLUCKS EAGLE
I Cleveland a butler Arthur
'J the state of Its Justly draind will spread rapidly. etables as carrots parsnips and have been injured by such collisions Influence of liquor Criminal Court Watson, was negro sentenced to serve

)yu\ profits long enough. It Is time The fly was reported in more spinach have not been widely with many dollars worth of Judge Mark O'QUIn will face trial twelve months In the County stock- TAMPA-United States District

( t ,for a little straight thinking: and than half of Florida's sixty-seven grown in Florida except In fairly damage to machinery and livestock Feb. 18, according to Judge W. M. ade. Mrs. Dickey was struck Attorney John W. Holland is under
intelligent action. counties during the summer of recent years. resulting Murphy of Orlando appointed by Federal court order restraining
about the face the last
tl\:\ We spend a vast amount of 1034. being found as far south as Today, however; the average Their hope Is to-gam legislative Governor Sholtz to hear the case. Saturday. Watson's by negro said him from prosecuting the Table

time labor and money in the production Lake Okeechobee. In counties home garden should contain all of approval for a-elate-wide electionto the butler had been drinking.attorney Supply Stores Inc., for alleged violation .

1 of our crops, and then south of Marion however, the infestations the crops listed above and num determine the:question that legislators WINS $D.C::3: VKRDfdrTAMPA -+. of the retail food and gro.

i end them to market with a "lick / were mostly local and erous others New Zealand spinach heretofo.. ,have refused to -A $9,000 verdict In favor NASSAU PROTESTSJACKSONVILLENassau eery code. Federal Judge Alexander .
(: and a promise" and a prayer that covered only limited areas. I endive head lettuce Chinese' favor. of Charles A. Roux, of Bartow Akerman of this city, who
bills Where the fly was prevalent mustard spin- In a damage suit against the Wes County has declared NRA enforcement unconstitutional .
I!i;' we will not receive freight cabbage Japanese If the Legislature should approve in extreme northeast Florida, I
r71\ for them when they are sold. Most thousands of animals were Infested ach, red cabbage savoy cauliflower such an election, political observers tern Union. Telegraph Co. was returned through the chairman of its boardof In several casei

of us admit that present selling and losses were severe. kohrabl broccoli, onions, peppers believe the voting would be by a jury in Federal Court commissioners, has appealed directly within the past year, Issued the

y arrangements are not satisfactory Though the screw worm ny may turnips, tomatoes squash of in favor of fence laws. They base here. Roux alleged he was Injured to Harry L. Hopkins, federal order.
(It tl but outside of a lot of talking not become abundant before Mayor I various kinds potatoes-the list their belief on the promise that when he fell on the slippery relief administrator for a conference .

only a few of us are doing anything June, now is the time to make lit almost endless. Succession the ballots from metropolitan cen- floor of the company's Bartow office at Fernandina "with a representative PICTURES FIND HOME:

}r about It. And the situation preparations for combating/ it plantings can be made of most of ters would outweigh those cast in of your organization, one CLEAR: WATER- Those muralj
of remedied at when It does appear, say these en- them and fresh products obtainedfor .
tl';(' is capable being the smaller cattle raising coun- of sufficient authority to remedy painted by George Hill aa Florida''
c least to a certain extent, by our- tomologists. Plans should be per- the family table every week. CHIEF'S COAT STOLEN
;; ties, whence the', strongest opposition the tragic situation" there. first Federal art project have finally .
t/'ft'. selves. fected for dealing with the pest With such a wide variety of garden to such laws has TAMPA-Chief of Police Tltts-
/ come. come to rest in the Clearwater
quickly. Stockmen should make available there Is no ex- worth is The who I
.5' perplexed. man
On hand more cooperation crops Wauchula Advocate.BOOTSEY'S .
every FIGHT BRANCH BA:"'uINGTALLAHASSEEUnited Municipal Auditorium. Originally
f' .;- Is urged. Perhaps It would sure that necessary information, cuse for monotony In the vegetable -I has all the police protection In the Bank. painted for the Circuit Courtroom
funds and materials can be made diet. The Injunction of the doc- city has lost his overcoat. He left
But marketing
help. cooperative
outbreak BEACH era of West Florida have adopteda here they were rejected by
available Immediately an tore to eat many vegetables is It in in the
hanging a room police
Jp" Is not the only panacea for our
ills.' i occurs. Only in this way can made easier of fulfillment by having Mr. I.. Clink.., C..rr*.ponrtn headquarters building today for a resolution opposing any formof Judge John U. Bird as depicting
branch banking In this sectionof subjects not appropriate to a court
I. Florida hope to combat success- an abundance of them freehand short while and when he returnedthe
1ij In the first place we must produce to her Mr., and Mrs. B. L. Prlvltt en- the State. The West Florida room. Figures in the scenes were

l a crop of the type which the livestock fully this Industry.Full severe. menace in variety.home demonstrationclub tertained several of their friends coat had vanished. banking group formed at a meeting bathing girls shown disporting
Women In .
market wants. If the demand Saturday with a-dance. A large in Marianna, was organized to themselves on a Gulf beach.
:.r.l shifts from flat headed to round Information on the subjectof work have a project called crowd attended and all reported a HALF WORKING
action In the
!f.'r. headed cabbage, for Instance, then I control can be obtained from "calendar gardens" in which they nice time. ,, GAINESVILLE Nearly fifty session oppose of any the Legislature to coming allow
tW we should shift over and grow the the county agent or from the Agricultural endeavor to see how many vegetables percent of the student enrolled in TAKE MIM'N/ mON TONIC
Mr. and Mrs.' A. J. Yarboroughof the operation of branch banks in
Extension Service In for serv-
i) round beads. they can produce the University of Florida are work- FOR RHEUMATISM
tir1)s I Gainesville, It Is stated. to the family. In season they Jacksonville spent Sunday here to all West Florida. INDIGESTIONAlso
:\ In the second place we can do ing ing pay or part of their expenses
the guests of his parents and '
"t't'stiD' more In the way' of making are eaten fresh and the surplus Is it was revealed In a recent use Mini's White 011
I Into United Statesof grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. HOTEL RAIDED Liniment for Flu and
the later.
Imports canned for serving
i our products attractive when they study. They are engaged in a variety -
Thorough and Mr. and Mrs. W. MIAMI-A raid on a downtown Pneumonia.
substance obtained .
a
4 arrive on the market. We can agar-agar of tasks ranging from farm
seaweed and used In the MAY R. Kersey. hotel building is the latest surpriseof ASK YOUR DEALER!
from LEGISLATURE
+ trim up loose leaves and otherwise NEXT labor to clerical jobs and even driv-
r increase the neatness of our compounding of medicinal preparations CALL A FENCE ELECTION Luther Chlsm, of St. George, Ga. ing buses. Dade County's grand jurors engaged
packages. broke all high records in Is spending some time here with -. in a many faced investigation -

',Y In the third place we can use the last year. The 1935 Florida Legislaturemay his sister and brother-in-law Mr, WANT NEW LAW of crime conditions. Hand- New Kidneys

.( better packages and load them cull upon voters of the Stateto and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. JACKSONVILLE: The execu- Ing Sheriff D. C. Colemon a diagram

; better in the cars so that they will of the recooperlng necessary was settle the ticklish question of Mrs. Jean Gasklns attended the tive committee of the AmericanBar ordered showing exits the grand ju- lujr If Ton Kid.omld.".*trade for D.jtuur W MM BfvlMlwI., yon would tiN aut ml"
arrive on the market in good con- with Florida products, both vege- livestock fencing. funeral of her aunt Mrs. Eliza Association headed by President rors him to raid a hotel wtinllF.trldaNUrht lUmtnic.Mmroiunai.urning. .
dition. An Investigator from the tables and citrus.A Several legislators now are considering Varnes at Pine Grove Cemeterylast Scott M. Loftln of Jacksonville one block from the courthouse. AeiditrToearnetfutMUonUkidiwrdiHirdefi. a : Itchfna and

State Experiment Station spent little serious consideration Introduction of a measure Friday. has urged enactment of a Deputies arrested twenty persons tryd.rn.r.n end Voetm'm .p ri 1aI p.'ri...-
r several in New York the package and packaging early In the 1935 session to call fora Wilbert Crawford of the CCC law found In a bar in the building. led CVSTEX (Slw-tu. ). Mint Hx m
r days some given to prohibit senators, representatives .- .0 U t tIan or monv IvcJu II...d. .._
time ago and saw the Florida products situation right now should pay big general election to decide whether Camps near Ocala, pent the week and national and state com-

s as they arrived on the mar dividends. For heavy products, cattle hogs and horses are to end here with his mother, Mrs. J. mitteemen of political parties from CANCELS VISIT
the Is fast be under fence or permittedto Roy Quinn and family. TALLAHASSEE Rexford G.Tujjwell. IF YOUR
,r ket. Broken hampers and crates hamper being replacedby kept receiving pay for lobbying in
were not uncommon. A large crew the crate. continue their wanderings over Miss Iris Dicks returned to her Washington. under-secretary of agriculture

1 ..v of men Is maintained at the rail- Fourth and last, every care Florida highways.The home at Dukes last:Thursday af- ...-- and F. A. :llcoi! chief of

road terminal for the purpose of should be taken to ship to honest question hag been before the ter spending several'days here with LOSES 8300 GEM _, the Federal Forest Service have BREATH HAS
) notified the
recooperlng these broken crates. commission men and other dealers Legislature many times before. Miss! Martha Crawford. SARASOTA C. S. Pelton State officials here

Recooperated products always sell who will give us a fair break when Some counties now have fence Miss Villa Prlvltt of Jacksonville of Cleveland Ohio a winter visitor they had concelled their projected -

t for less at the auction. And sad j our products arrive at the terminal laws requiring stock to be kept was visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. here recently reported the theftof inspection visit to Florida. Un- A SMELL YOUCAN'T

to relate by far the greater part markets from highways but these laws L. Privitt last week. a diamond pin valued at $500. expected developments In Wash-
Ing, the Florida Forest Service was
The pin was left In one of two
#
; notified .caused cancellation of the
purses in a parked car while Mrs. trip. FEEL WEll
Pelton and a friend Mrs. John W. .
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Swan of Sarasota, strolled on a Wbn tan too much, food drag
A device baaed on the photo elec.trlc w* oar
beach. n our 1Ho_ Our frlond imull fila
cell matches colors. WM| braufe. Wo fool UM poioon or It"iloeity
RACE TRACK FOR JAX ill over our body. It maju s .
JACKSONVILLE Joseph M. womjr.srouehy and BO rood for ..,1IuDI
Wlmt....... UM food deal In tbo o..1OVJI. .
Smoot, New York turfman, builder
whon much btfcnine
wo oat too our
i and former owner of Hialeah ( eitVt dl_ It. What U the bib, julctl
It I. the meet vital dlotativ Jill... In Ml
Park at Miami, has announcedthat KxplalM the mervdoee Wa/.rd
TrwI_r whiche bringing, body. Unlau) I plat of It ar. Bowing nee
rd+, FLORIa Jacksonville would have a new rtlldoatootl.d oar llvtr Into our bowcla .....,. day on
., horse =z.PRICWSS. movements. ret bard and oonatlpftteil *MSot
:' .,; racing plant in operationnext .
'i d
: 0/h'/: < 4i/ INFORMATIONfor oar food daoays: ta our 28 feet
:' E:: ,' ::( winter. When completed it !. Ihm decay" aemlo. potion all ova
t tho.e.uforing from
"'r'VJc )" fJ.w,, will represent an outlay of $750- / ear body arcry atx minutes
: STOMACH OR DuonENALULCEKS.
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; bid omtbat
men
't 1 ''t.4." ;;tjk" 000. ta' POOR DIGESTION When ear frlooda on*
"' ; "; :!4 I<<. S ACID DYSPEPSIA. ( .. doot) and wo feel like a whipHtv ,
,';,>>,m' : ?k {J.$; ., .. -+- SOUR STOMACH GA89INa9SHLARt'9URN acs y d >
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,i .\ \'.. ;t'<<,,::): "BANK NIGHT" LEGAL SAD SRtATH.CONSTIPATION Little) o.Ur Got Pill'at the, which cratly Toke start Crto tb

symbol is the insignia f oI'3'; the All II, '4Florida TALLAHASSEEAttorney Gen SLEEPLERSNk8 OR HEAD Dow of ronr bile fuIBIOI If "aoiiMUili
R ACHES. DUE TO EXCESS ACID. .
THIS eral Cary D. Landis has said "BankNight" bettor" t. oflarod you don't buy" It, toIt :
Aik for a>m COPT of Wniarf-i W* U a nlomi (maronry> pill "-
may
Committee. It should lie!!jAtlayeal.! ,, conducted at various theaters mn AuttiorlMd WIIUM;. LIMtera.linwt moms tooth, fripell and anald. the ntta]
= < .
as a badge of honor-for it identifies, lralas\ Liver Fin. by Bama and sat what y
f.. g <* of the state lottery laws if a per. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE a.a far-P5/. "_" 1M4C.U.4W. _
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I a WORKER in behalf of Florida;,t.{!! aatifie! !: I : ]i; son is not required to purchase a _
1 ticket or other token In order to
tilatid :
the world that BELIEVE in Fri l'S
you ,, qualify as a winner of the award of FUNERAL DIRECTORS

', e are helping to promote the industdiI1 q. 1l >i:' money.
ec our Many Vcnri Experience* Mnke It Possible for Us to tondcrEFFICIEN'I'
\ f*.this { fil
r mcrcial and agricultural possibilities PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
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State. 'M" !f ,1.1 J1'>: : :.A<.IJ&Ht{} S-CV DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

",? Every individual who makes his 1i : 8TARKE. FLORIDA

,'t: here, or who enjoys the unparalled benefit I -

a Florida is
to 'generously offered by ,

:'." i to membership in the All-Florida Committee.* .*..'"' For Expert RepairingSmith's


The All-Florida Committee was organized

a year ago by the newspapers of Florida. They

p believe that the degree of Florida's growth and Garage ,

prosperity depends on how well Floridians

IL N, cooperate in a statewide program of national Phone 120

advertising to exploit our natural resources. ,

Wrecker Service Day or Night ]

',; The newspapers, radio stations and out. IDENTIFIES I I YOU
IJP TO your tan to w i* .
Joor advertising companies Lave backed their enI7 BcrTsj hIP taaSoa. -
I I : g.
faith in Florida with their time and money, .,. ,. ... K. wonder :yon snap at tile) wife
rO' mmd bark at th* chOdrsa.

,. v contributing the equivalent of $200,000 in a. :: l Watch ontl OwwoitsJMTVM HOTEL LEAMINGTON
may lead to m..p....
series of educational announcements. MM. Nervous Headache, N-

? I:2JtoaitAJ4c.L! ) .l.r mpl..iat host .* "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"
tco'1. dbtu-banem
is
Every Floridian, native or adopted, now ,, Wky don't" yon try Dr. lOW

,,, used to support this greatest of all unified -.....cad Nerrts* TakUttf" NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
( Jed saw Ina half .t
f efforts in the history of the State by enrolling ge KUUM Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay

of the All-Florida Com
4 under the banner
.. aen.. Union
Opposite Bus
mittee Only] by coordinated mass member. Mobihis.iou Week i ia Feoiiuuy 25 Marti! 2. butdon't Dr. MOM NcrrtM Is ... Station

wait Join Now. for it agade .hi tw.. fonma-LlqoM M1 *
its ship can the objective be accomplished. HtubersIJp wiuiyear\ -Irevs.ee.a!) Tablet. Both...

.a t only $1.00-the best investment In norld '. pro*. ... MTM Mhin* .**... Lowest
IUIII& pa... ..tasai Rates Ever Ouoted
make with the
peaty you can ever grjswtt reiim

s' I DA '. in dividends to YOU. Swrf in your rtxiMM r:', memo ..... '

t bertJiip card: to YOUR newspaper TODAY!, fl[ 11 ,t' O! 'rr Single Room with Bath___________________ $1-5<| .
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=. Co MM EE ( Double Room With Bath ______.______..:_.___ 2.

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A21- CHUKCII DIRECTOR r live despite its handicaps FRANK WANTS FENCES ::1'

First IIupU.t Church Economic Highlights | I The man skeleton," estimated of the to "Neanderthal be several- I ALLAHABSEE-Asher Frank. ".

H BOV. School C B. Price-30.OO:, Pastor a. m. (Industrial News Review) II : I The Story of the Bible Told in PicturesDaniel II hundreds", of thousands years old, rfnte action safety toward director enactm .-.t has of urged stock;
Sunday
was found In Prussia In 1857
Morning Worshlp-ll:00: a. m.IB. :rdlnjr I.u the evolution AC-I fencing laws by the 1035! : legislature -

:13: m. a inane. of reducing lossesof
U. PI all
Y. P. ,' ,
iapp-uliiir '( hat Arrest .hI>ln.,r kc; :ton HhiMlJ have rh
7:30 m. human and animal life In the
I Worship- p
Evening l-milm IIvlded Vkc-kn mad Tx iuonkey characteristic. but it Lid
Training School, Wed- IIIIU of levers I.dl ldl-N.. state. In a statement Issued here.
I Teacher's not; the bon a nnd teeth were like
LdayatT-OOp.: m. tlol.....p.r.b.and.I.termaun.al Krom Loral Problem welfare. those of humans of the present Franlt declared: legislation, of this
Prayer Service-7:30: I nature as an Important factor In,
[ Mid-Week day. Mummies, pictures and statuary minimizing danger to motor travelIn

m Ask any recognized business observer of men and animals, Fsveral .
the State "The of Florida
[ to all our serves press
you are Invited when the depression will be thousands of years old, have frequently and the nation are consider-.

He won't be been found, showing no
| over. able to give you ably alarmed nt the continuing Increase
)letbOO-Church; the exact date-but there Is a. good iliuuges in appearance during" all of accidents and fatalities
chance that he will "When Big these ages.
say
from the cattle
j arising roaming
I B. M. Montgomery, Pastor There have been local temporary -
Rev. Steel (United States Steel Company I and animals on the highways",
'
School-10 a. m. domestic
evolutions
Sunday among
) resumes its preferred dividend the statement said.
Morning Worship-11 a. m. ." animals. There la great differencein

Epworth League-6:45: p. m. Big Steel has been the bell- size and appearance between + -

Evening Worship. -7:30: p. m. wether of industry every since Its the Shetland pony and the perch- Dragon' blood, a red-colored

You are Invited to all these.serv creation in 1901. When its opera cron horse; between the Eskimo resin derived from the root. of a

es tlons are down, all other major dog and the Mexican hairless dog. raton palm and widely used to col-

_' businesses are down; when Its operations But If these animals were freed or varnishes and lacquers. Is one I t

Presbyterian Church are up, all other major M from human control and placed in of the leading exports of Java .,.

|Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister business are usually doing well. In their proper environs they would, ,

30:00 a. m-Sabbath School. every business activity index, steel In course of time, all revert to the

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship;: operations are given more w&lghtthan name original types. WHEN YOU TAKE

ermon by the pastor. any other indicator. The scientists are so prone to ,

6:30: p. m.-Junior Christian En Steel's regular preferred dividend jump at conclusions, and they
'
!eaVQr. Is $7. It paid It regularlyyear bring forth so many untenable A LAXATIVE

7:30: p. m,-Evening Worship. after year, with few exceptions theories till they, to save them-

until depression stepped in, selves from losing standing have
been compelled to form a sort of
First decline was a cut to $2. Then r'
mutual admiration society; and use a spoonIt
the dividend was dropped entirely,
I:3B: thus each pretends to believe and
JONES and Is now $36,000,0000 In arrears { often defends the other fellow's as- isn't what brand of laxative fOIl

1 Big Steel hasn't resumed Its dividend tlI certlons no matter how far-fetch take that's so important-it's the

l On Here yet, but demand for steel f form. A liquid laxative can be taken
Comments ed. For that reason Darwin's evo- i
from all sources Is growing with in any required amount. If only a
And Hereafter the automobile Industry In th __ lution theory- -as one examplestill htlle is needed, you Deed never take
Is by them claimed as sound- ,
lead. Production, According to ; : a bit too much. '
I though, It must be confessed, in a Doctor! favor the easily measured '" -
General Dawes, keen steel student,
4'
Instead of form
father hlllf.lltmrted manner liquid laxatives. any
Sometime ago it was my privilege Is at about sixty per cent of the II. E. LAGERCREN. that does not encourage variation .

to visit Eton College near Lon Industry's real capacity. Black from the fixed( dose. A fixed dose may .'
ion. This Is a preparatory school figures are taking the place of red In the LIon' Den.-Under Darius, Daniel u stained his high position being made chief of the -- -- be an overdose for you-or your

for boys located in the shadow of l Big Steel recently returned to a 'I three presidents which Darius set over the kingdom. 'Then hla fellow dignitaries induced King Darlux to Several tablespoonfuls of peanut child k

Windsor Castle..It was founded bj six-day week for Its white collar Issue a decree forbidding any one to ask anything of I:Cod: or man for thirty days except of the king. When butter creamed with shortening Always remember this one thing

Henry VI in 1840. The original workers thus restoring the ten Daniel nevertheless, continued to pray three times a ,.;ay the king against: his will felt obliged to carry give a novel and delicious flavorto about constipation: /M Kent of any J
In the On out the decree. "Then the king commanded and the/ brought Daniel, and cast him Into the den of lions. cookies. real relief u reduced dotage. 1ft
benches are building per cent pay cut they had taken. It Then the king went to his palace and passed the I light fa tlng. Then the king arose very early in the Give the bowels only as much help \
the walls of the rooms are cut the Is a policy of steel to always restore morning, and went in haste unto the den of lions. An I when he came to the den he cried with a lamentaontlnuully as may be needed. and 1 less help M ;

names of all graduates. Milton'sname pay to former levels before resuming bio voice unto Daniel: Is thy God whom thou wervest l: able to deliver thee from the lions WHY GET UP NIGHTS? the need orows less You will find Dr.Caldwell's .

is there. The name of Gladstone dividends. Then said Daniel unto the king 0 king, live forever, J My Cod hath sent His Angel and hath shut the lions', Syrup Pepsin an excellentaid ;
and fifteen other prime minIsters That Is the best business'news mouths that they have not hurt me. Then wa< the I ting exceeding glad for him and commanded that IK. Juniper OH Iliic-n I-m.., KirFliiNli in regulating the bowels. It eon i t

of England are there. The of the week-but other good news they should take Daniel up out of the den; and no mvi nner of hurt was found upon him because he bellev- out excess acliln and WIUIt, tains senas and cascara (natural .

school has always given emphasis Is not lacking. As the 1934 earn- ed in his God."-Daniel 6:16-23. This illustration is i,rom Merlan's story of the Bible in pictures engrav- matter (let rid of bladder tl-rlta. bilious laxatives sluggish) and it condition will clear-up without any .:J,

to religion. Twice each day the ings reports drift in, it Is evident ed in 162 tlon tlmt caUNtin ttuhhiK up, fi.. upset. Delightful' taste, and pleasant f

student body assembles in the that a large number of Important quont d..Rlre, viMiiily flow bmnlntt action. Your druggist has it.&et.

Chapel for religious services. Our concerns are finding the going eas- bird, called the 'skimmer" is ''o' bu flouting there. Does It look and Lnckmhn.' Mnh. thin tau tent

guide showed us the block al Ier, profits greater. Improvement formed that it can get food only like anything would strive to evo- Get juniper oil buchu leaves, etc,, Ir I

which boys kneel to take their was registered in the earnings of The by flying close' to the breaking lute Into a being, utterly helpless little iirurii taLlulH culled IluKoU ; ;f

[whippings. The one sin which IBnot such potent corporations as AmerIcan waves scooping up with the lower) If removed from Its proper envt the bliulilvr" luxntlve. In four days' ,

[ tolerated la the sin of lying. Telephone and Telegraph Letter Box mandible of Its bill (the upper be- !Irons I ? No. But the Creator mad It not t>ler .N..il 1 your druggist will r* SYRUP PEPSIN 4

[The young people of the world Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, J ing partly missing) what food may it thus and placed it where it car. turn your >K5o.> Mltilivll'ii l)run

[eed to relearn the lesson of truth C. Penney (whose 1934 sales established "

fulness.) I am not an old man but an all-time high for the I
Starke, Fla.
when I was a boy In school lying Ward.
chain), and Montgomery
Feb. 3, 1935.
was not tolerated. We told the Coal and textiles, two basic heavy Editor 1 1r

truth regardless of the cones Industries which were hit especially Dear Sir Telegraph: HAUL YOUR LOAD

quences. I am not a pessimistibout hard by depression seem to bon -

the youth of the world, but the mend. Fnr-Fetrhed Theory
I am convinced that young people About 1035: the school trust got
The National business map
|as a whole do not have the same than It out a book on evolution and work
that looks very different today ed hard to get the subject taughtIn
regard for property rights
people had when I was a did even two or three months ago. the public schools. A deputa
young of states where business -
boy, do they have the same regardfor The number tlon of religious men and women
truth Is not as good as a year ago Invaded the Tennessee legislature, IN OUR TRUCK t
Alabama -
Texas
dwindled
has, Utah, New-only York, Vermont and requesting subject.it Members to forbid from teachingthe the MAKE THIS

Standing recently at the tombof New Jersey fall Into this classifi-
hill counties had never; heard of
Susanna Wesley there came to cation. California 0 k lahoma '
evolution but the word sounded so
my mind Paul's leU I'- Timothy Connecticut 'and New ;
Marylard much like "revolution1 which they ONTHEJOBTEST ... :
,
where he says"In stllstance'TIm-; < Hampshire' show little or no '
knew was a bad thing and they !
othy I know you are a good man change. All the rest of the statesare } .
law
joined in enacting the clum- w.--, I ,
because you had such a good In a better position.So .
cred for. A little later a teacherof 'i
mother and such a good grand
much for the credit side of the state was punished for 011)
mother." Only a woman of Susanna .
/ "
character could the ledger. On the debit side is transgressing this law, which cans ',
Wesley's the unchallenged fact that unemployment ed Tennessee to be poked fun at by
produce sons like John and Char
is approximately as the other commonwealths and it ,\'
lea It takes great women to pro. ',
great as it wo a year ago-according was dubbed the "monkey slate
duce great men In the sight of '0
to some, it Is greater-- Now a legislator there, annoyed at ,I.
God sin Is the same whether It la
while 20-odd million people still hearing his state thus nicknamed, DEMONSTRATE \\
committed by man or woman. As
depend on relief for subsistence. It has Introduced a bill to have the ,
1'I !
far as world consequences are con that dent will .. MOM YOUR
In likely, however, a law repealed. '
ccrned it is! worse for men to be ;;
be made ia these figures as the But as the mischief has alreadybeen ; FORD DEALER'F ,
to be n
sinners than It la for men .
hold gain in heavy industries la reflectedin done, the "monkey law" ? Ii'
sinners. The world
might
the employment statistics. might as well remain. The time 1:
together If all \bad
were
men provided
Also on the debit) side la uncertainty wanted by student In wrestlingwith -1 'rd'
The
all women were good.
trend of national
as to the this difficult and uninteresting
world could not hold together if
and Investors -
businesses which has
legislation-- evolution subject-
all men were good and all women ,.
fear laws that would take potential never risen above the level of a t.
were bad. If I were a woman I / tr 'ri X h l
profit out of private en be better
had rather be the mother of a manlike attitude Is theory anyway-could ., ., ; i
deavors. Proof of this used In other directions and it
John Wesley or Charles Wes- found In the recent heavy rise In should not be Included In the cur- {
ley than to be a on a throne.
queen bonds !
the prices of good municipal riculum.
The God ,.
that
greatest privilege -people are anxious to put sav- There are two classes. of scien "
ever is the privilegeof It:
gave a woman
ings Into tax-free government securities Lists One la composed of earnest -
being a good Christian mother rather than private securities .
men who strive to accomplish r
worlds .
The need of our modern
whoso worth may be depre- something worth while for humansty ',
consecrated Christian mother-
Load I ciated by governmental action. Its and who care little for fume ....,
a safe bet that many hearts The men of the other class arc '
--+--- -- :.t
will beat easier next summer when sensationalists' crazy: for notoriety, '
Powdered lupine seeds", with wa- Congress adjourns- -tlmt act alone who promulgate startling, undigested l. -- "" ,\

'I'er were used by ancient Roman will give a spur to recovery theories. Just to "get\ their "

mi] Egyptian women to wash the -0-- name In the papurs" Darwin ::1
,.
kin

--+ "The to Administration more public Is attentionto preparIng one though of the a very latter.talented He claimed man that wa" There is one sure way to "' other exclusive exchange ;rs,

Harodsburg, Ky., one of the pay descended from the lower an-
first white settlements west of the i Thomas: what W.business Phelps wants, Washington, writes man mala: -monkeys. If you will.-and prove the ability and economy privileges-such as a generator I,1

Mlegheny elebrated mountains recently of I Correspondent of the anti-New that: animate nature Is descended of a truck. That is by actual and fuel pump,that materially .
the 160th anniversary "Whether from still lower forma, and that
Street Journal. -
Wall
Deal
Ha founding. : this means that business will this "evolution" t* still going on. test with your own loads, over reduce maintenance costs.

how get what far it It attempt asks for to go depends but Administration on- Darwin the theory himself; but having had little launched faith It In your regular routes,with your Don't fail to test these trucks I

ekeebCOLDS with fifty he had to stick to it and to Invent driver the wheeL Ww.nl l._4 4l.trlb.tU-, Main"*, by .......... ':X
experience additional Ingenious "proofs" of Its own at .,... ..*.........*....!. Mrf HMvtaa V-. ..._ on youe.own Job Let you r own ,'
..4 leading businessmen: on the Business forward, l.ipr.v.. .f.rmtt tfcrw-l....e. '
soundness. We invite this! test that show the :
6 6 6 and Advisory Planning Council you experience you why

FEVERflr.t over the last year has encouraged : Anybody with common sense, The 1935 Ford V-8 Gives You All f.
.F
It to turn Its well-oiled publicity conversant with nature and wnoceeps may know the power, economy 1935 Ford V.8 truck.. by far

TAULwraHeadaches himself on discoverIes These Advanced Features
L.l ...- :-'A"BJ.: Ia spotlight on businessmen's recommendations that- within Its realm posted, finds that the ,convenience and flexibility the best truck the Ford :Motor tll
with the Idea v.. ...!.. with 80 fall hor-wpow .
_Daol. these can be followed often enoughto evolution theory does not hold need wa-of of the 1935 Ford V-8 truck. plow Forward Load Distribution Company has ever built ,)
had
the Idea that the Administration ter. The Creator no '
WLat"G" Scotch Is anti-business." such a process. He desired varietyand The Ford V-8. truck for 1935 New stronger rear Croat ale axtoFuHfloattnri more than e"eT-A nlcr "a'* 'f
wisdom and
That, coming from the so conservative Journal- love His and marvellous compensation are D'- offers all the essential features Derry duty Four .p-d trsm.ral...loaN Great Truck Valut. t
a newspaper as Si w, l irer catr.-.0_o typo latehImproved

1IPi la highly significant. It has be- where the Infinite better pleasing manifested mutability than demanded by experienced oellatfComfortable Call us today for an on- .f

come Increasingly evident of late Insulated *.!. i
does not that pervades all nature and which truck And in addition will \
that the Administration users. BIb-eoeled. cell eeaterlotf brake your-job test. The results
could have brought
want to be classified as radical evolution never tube mail
Torque radio rod drive
that It Is planning to eliminatesome about. Why should one created Ford offers you the 1 I low-cost New spring pension surprise you.There is 110 obligation

of Its left-wingers in favor of being evolute into an earthworm, New Truck Style ;
right-wingers. The Administration when it could Just as easily have Engine Exchange Plan and of course. l'f

Meghs Silver so far as become a duck, able to walk fly
has lately even gone
to hold out the palm of peace to swim. dive-and quack T Why '.

-.*. ....4"Stock" __ Na the Industry which it has attacked should one strive to become a buzzard J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
(
Pnn -...- Is ....1.Tl moat aggressively in the past- with one meal a week whenit ?
.. hh-r.e II 10 ....... electric utilities. Plans are now : could just as well have become a '

ins.. ... ... ....esa1S dN on foot which If completed, will pelican with surplus food to stowaway STARKE, FLORIDA M
10 dm br ass in a ? Along the ocean ,.
lead to rate reductions on the part : sack .

".. -.-' .. "' .. .*. of leading private utilities, a let- beaches of Florida can be seen a

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paign.If It Is no secret that the Adminlstra- FORD V8 TRUCKS

\ I...r..... the Administration actually Ion's more or less left-wing recovery 1

take. serious notice of the opinionsof I program has failed to do wuat

HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE businessmen, the inevitable result -I ta sponsors hoped perhaps ,the Jis : r.y:1
More than America's Great Truck Value T&.zt:
will be an. Increase In confidence President has decided that anoth.er ever,

the of those who ',and .different tack must be
TABKB. FLORIDA. have money on to part spend for develop-I tried now. Qo Thf Air Ford ftrophoay Qrcb.*tr Sum.SrcaJao-Fred WauhzThursErcidam-G./wnble Ncwo rk


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FR10AV. FEBRITARV R.
It FLORIDA 1934
COUN.TV' TELEGRAPH, STAMOB _
___u_ BRADFORD ____ .
PAGE JUIUHTBradford .o ----
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I' :' County Telegraph With all.FERA LULL,activities in the Maybe You've O.DD---BUT TRUE

county shut down this week, feeling 1 ----
1 Established 1877 : was general that It was only a

1. ..'-- ---. .- temporary lull until. Congress got Heard, It, Bat

I ,. Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class around to appropriating more. ,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida money--and by no means foreshadowed
all relief activi
f the death of
t I. .._ __ ___.. .___ __ lIardHhlpc JOSS Style tall '
Hardy pioneers used to' VMftOOGHOOT tHC
E. L. Matthews____..___________________Editor and Owner; ties.However, It Is quite possible that about how many arms and leg) ',, AGES Hft* k"ts r ki '

-..' -- -- .- -- when the program is resumed there they lost in the Battle of Bull Run E etc** A 4YMa0t. ., t
: s nsCiiiPTJON RATE will be several changes in the or some such fierce encounter, but VtltYM SOM! I; ,i",' ,
tchnlque of operation. Money will today their descendants; talk about RACES /fc% TUK ,r '
1' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance continue to be spent, but President how many tricks they lost in tile PQR1tN lfCATi6M OP .

1!, Advertising Rates on ApplicationWonder Roosevelt has already turned World Bridge tournament Chalk' oooonnVJVTV f ,
thumbs-down on the dole, and in to retrogression OTHfft At, ,
--- It to progress or
( : ;; ; those who receive the up OF t i
like the future or what you will-but such I IE 4 TUB AUNT
what the new model Blue Eagle I will look cash might be forced to return the case *ATAN AND / JLVtt.

, 0f "value receIved''In useful work 'It was interesting, however, tc
f Regular monthly pensions will do much toward popular The 'spectacle of handing out be among the little band of hardy
corn and meat and other suppliesto souls that braved the cold last
' (zing old age. farmers has always seemed i a Friday night to battle through the

iA o trifle ludicroussomewhat like sixteen bridge hands prepared In 2\bI

',' '; If words were shovels the cross-state canal would already, handing out shoes to a shoe broom manufacturer tao advance by the Ingenious Mr. Cul- SeaaI
or brooms to a illuminating -
bertson, et al. ,It was '
have been dug.Dorothy pp
tory. to compare the ways in which
, 0 If the manufacturer' Is down, the same thirteen cards would be

I Dix says it is the married woman who should I furnish hIm the machinery to work bid at different tables and to heal
with instead of the finished prod each player
the reasons why
" many
sue for breach of promise. uct itself, and, by the same token, thought his bid could be the only; w. I /
:i If the farmer Is broke it might be
0 right one under the circumstances .. .. .. .
'$ Governor Sholtz is suffering with an attack of influenza. all right to lend him seeds. antfertiliaer On one particular hand the per --

1 President Roosevelt is suffering with an attack of Congress,, of, but converting the care it and from responsibility that petrator of this..went.down column bid three three, i '. .NtR OWCtMMXVHUMOR.- .-. ....sr..V ..a '
no trump and tN
SOt o
p- stage to where It is fit for hIs While another table bid, only two ''I .

It was almost too cold for the ground hog to come out table should-0-be his very own. no trump and made five. Such in 1N eNCUt, +o.BY ..*D.PO \ t?

i and look for his shadow. BARE KNEESA life-those who dare cannot do often always will AN9 t 'CfO IIaORDlNiG:
do, and those who TO slTS ,,
o reader I has called our attention not dare. Perhaps that's the moral .
't"O'U .n.uMa AT
: The strawberries have been held up-now we wonder if to a recent column of AngeloPatri's we were supposed to drive from
!
\00 FCQ..lopshc
having to do with the custom the whole thIng-If Indeed we were
l the prices will be held I SECAM! tINOWNI
up
.,,t of sending children to school supposed to derive anything besides
,,: ; I III'S
0 with bare knee It is Mr. Patrl'a a headache. and an evening's

f. Make a resolution this spring not to put anything off- belief that the child who Is exposed entertainment. "'iiMP lTCiTC Nw4, "NL: .a,. .:um'! Flu NOW 'MLB. ,TOTH tcOAD
to cold In this way has to -
-: winter underwear tft .TWHK
,i: except your generate enough energy to ward Problem TIME U9UUUO

h 1. -o off the cold that is threatening his One of our colored friends who

. Some wives never go anywhere because their husbandswon't lower body. Consequently, he comes in for his free paper every = --
In who has been ----------
says, the child reaches school a week-end, and .. '
; give them a new car to wear for working since we can re- hundred dollars worth of swell ad-
condition: of fatigue, promising-ever the success he'd had plantln' dollars -
-
:';( 0- hard to keep warm uses hIs energy member-to subscribe to the Telegraph down here, how they grew and vertlsln. .
: A patent medicine advertises "Watch Your Kidneys." and leaves him lens for school as soon as he gets some TOO LATETO what fun It was to harvest, crop He didn't try to sell anybody a
work.If money, told us last week that we of 'em. lot at a dollar down and a dollara
'
'I :Must want us to get a crick in our neck. older people want to suffer In were practically assured of being CLASSIFY Well, I figures they must be week. He never said a word

'r order to obey the dictates of fashIon reimbursed before long now. This phoney or aomethln' so I eased about free sidewalks, ornamental

The husband who wants his life to be all beer and skittles that Is their own business. But aright,spot on oug,,own particular It? nV."ELL.KAY.. .... up close and made It my businessto plantings, lights, gas, telephone,
>
w.'It'. perhaps Mr. Patrl Is right when he Business horizon, may be attributedto Secretary Fl rld. .''.! ** A have my hand in his way when sewers all In or pavln' paid.
usually wants his wife's to be all skillets. aye that a child should be dressed the old age pension bill that he passed out the next smacker lie just told about the success

,. 0 according to the thermometer, not Congress; IB soon to pass, he said. When, they told me there was a Believe it or not It was the gen- he had enjoyed by plantln' dollar
.
.\ One exchange says it's nice to have neighbors because according to fashion or habit. Children "They tells me they's gonna giveus guy on the Fair Grounds at the uine article, bearIng' the well bills In Florida and now and then
much about month,' he said "I of Father George and handed one out for seed that some
do not care so all, $200 a Florida Fair paasln' out dollar known bust
A then you always know where your tools are tyle, anyway. lunno what I'se gwlne do with there bills to folks wno stopped at .hla the assurance that the United other guy could plant and droppedthe

'1!' o -I>-- t of 'It, but the ,first $1.50 goes, booth I didn't know whether to States of America would pay to gentle hint that if they weren'tquite

::hf' Some folks are so dumb they think the Sand :Man is WHAT TRICE SPEED Fur die paper..", :end for an alienist or call a cop. the bearer on demand, etc. they might sure how come to up go and about see him it,
"I don't believe you can spend It sounded like a lot of hooey so The little pink wrapper pasted
the village gossip who dishes out all the dirt. News from Daytona Beach says I read some time.It .
4p will be '1200 a month, we said-just for I grabs my hat and dashes off to : around It :
the cleverest
that Sir Malcolm Campbell was just about,
of out what it was all about. PLANT THIS
0 the sake argument. find
! black line one foot advertl ln' stunt I ever saw. I talked
guided: by a I'don't reckon I could- through the crowdat anti watch It; grow under the
Pushln'
"Well
,. ; It is an inconsiderate man who speaks French in his wide and about ten miles long my way direction of to a lot of folks who had received
. an'I sold to real estate -
but I could give It to the po' I a booth we'd a
\\+ sleep so his wife can't understand what he says. when he dashes down the beach needy" man, I finds a genial gentleman Dr. Harry Wentworth Davis R D one of his unique cards. Did
there In an effort to place hisworld's Realtor Economist they throw It away? They did not.
and needy standln' there with a great
O "But all the
K poor
' record at 300 miles an houror Did they spend it? Not on your
wanted to
f : Avery Powell says that the Indian and the buffalo are w would have just as much money as gob of dollar bills in his hand each Everyone around me life What they did do was carryit
more. would then/' we reminded hfcn. one wrapped in a neat little Mother nee it, feel it, smell It. They just
, shown on our coins to carry out the idea of scarcity. The line will be made of black you Our friend hadn't thought of that' Hubbard, and as the gentleman couldn't believe it was real. I 'round in their pocket and show

fuel oil and will cost about $fO a aIde of it,' and seemed! impressed lectured on Florida and Florida passed it 'round and each in turn It to every body they met.
day to paint as each incoming tide head opportunities, he would stop occasionally would satisfy himself ''and say Mr. Davis' dollars will be goln'
big
We are advised to "go a-fishing" when troubled but it will obliterate it. A line of flags He walked away shaking for the I to pass out a bill.' "Well blow me down" or "rilbe, the rounds advertl ln' that gentle

,Y might make matters worse if the fish weren't biting. will mark the water's edge and after thanking, u|. again "Here, Brother," he'd say, "have a cockeyed: ; so' and go." man and Incidentally.the state of
P t keep the race driver from getting ?paper y one of my cards, plant it and a few But don't kid yourself i into think- Florida long after Mr. Roosevelt
+ o too near the surf. If sea gulls wing more in the right kind of Flor- In' that Mr. iJavis was screwy or dollars are all gone and forgotten
It takes all kinds of people to make a world but we fail over the course, a line of men with Manning No Harm discUssion ida soil and you'll not have to wor- even dumb, he was a darn smart And Congressmen used to think
will fire blank shells to There is bound to be- some about the Old Age Pension. guy. For every dollar he gave they were big hearted when they
,, to see where the man who says "oakie doalde" fits'! in. nhotguna those who have ry
I frljrhten them away. among Then he went on to tell about away he was gettin' back about a gave away free seeds.
0 and ten "The Green Pastures" as to -
That la a lot of trouble
: A man gets a reputation for being original if he can remember preparation to undertake in order whether or not the play borders I

': where he read them. that a man.might! risk his life Inan in the sacrilegious. We think not. ,Have seen the
f.r- the things he reads but forget experiment; that can have no'I Of course, one scene depicts a fish you

0i' value. On one fry In Heaven with) .angels disporting

Congressmen will age so rapidly worrying over the old possible Hide there practical Is everything to lose', aroma themselves of "ten cent and see-gars.enjoying" but the ASTONISHING/

: age pensions that they will be eligible themselves before long. and on the other record there that Is the will gloryof be the play Is supposed to be a ne-
setting a .-
j gro's interpretation of the Bible,
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o for only a year or soat
remembered
.,tl that in Washington knew wherer and ,who can say that, a darky'sthoughts --:1- Y
j The dailies report no one the most. I of Heaven are entirely I \ New. GOODYEAR

: r Huey Long was one day last! week. lie must have }lost his TIMAL-0-, IN JERSEY divorced from the enjoyment. often ALL-WEATHER t

'M i, voice. Shades of George Washingtonlr cent cigars f 2">
Innocence of theentire
I, o. it has done nothing else to date, The complete,,
:jntghtbe prpved
uj proceeding
> A high court has ruled that a newspaper can refuse advertising Hauptmann trial has at still}least far to anyone's satisfaction by attendIng Y _
demonstrated that we are '
'":" ? Now all they have to'do is to find a newspaper Utopian state of.truth-tell. the next'enterta nment given a
from a around here for the,,benefit. of a
that wants to. this old planet of ours
: ing on church. The chances are that
is both depressing and disgusting negro Q
It
0 you will find bawdy songs and I'
'" to read day by' day accounts $
i'l! Some old folks think they've found the fountain ofyouthin of witnesses swearing to dances interspersed with serious __

'?1. a bottle of shine until the morning after the night beforet statements that are an extract contradiction tiymna tram would and prayers.be complete And without no pro-a

/t rolls around. to one another and off" the all of
t f which by no manner of means, take 'on :preacher!
be termed sacrlleglour -
1. n "n which might
0 could l ever be reconciled. n. uu-
wanted technical
if get
While there's life there's hope, and while there's hope almost reached the stage, of be- dbouIt\ you--but 'intention, per-

'I\*'. there is still a chance for a hard-surfaced: road from Starke ing funny, and with of a tambourines.,,littleburnt\ haps: would, be further from th" Wider Road

4 to the State Prison Farm. ,cork the whole and a mess couple would make a. pretty minds'of: those-In.charge Imprint ShowsDifference

minstrel show !
good
r. 0
j We' of knowing Members of the P. S. Club scene
The latest thing in parties is for each guest to' go disguised which- have witnesses no way are so. ,brazenly to shun publicity, with much the MORE

as one of his dreams. What about the dream when perjuirng themselves but somebody same
you. find yourself on the street in your birthday suit? Is lying'..like-,, and it Is an by new Oreta,hawks Garbo.and In cameramen.fighting shy ol II to HON-SKID MILEAGE

""t o ugly sight._o- we weren" afraidof, IncurrIngtbdr ''GOOD

i Scientists tell us that the fillings in the teeth often LAY OFF LONG"We're enmity In Ujo great,a degree -;costlier. to build, yet .

4i create small! 1 batteries in a person's mouth_ and produce tiny going to quit, laughingat wed.t ride they U had you on,la, a,.bout.very cold that nighnot hay costs you nothing extra t, NEWSThis .

electric currents. Perhaps that's the reason some folks say Long says president.of a long &so-tlut. then, it mightbe i .
i such shocking things. newpoaper guild. t'Our,, efforts best to keep quiet about it and Ceaseless and unmerciful abuso
r have made him a national figure. let them tell G-3
you. the toughest roads-worse treatment marvelous new
to or A resolution, denouncing the Senator on
brand for allowing one of his bodyguards than ever give a tire All-Weather: with Its
,;> The cigarette companies haven't told us yet what A martial tone crept into one you even '

was sm ked by the father of the Dionne quint.-Gainesville to, stated attack that a newspaper"the viciousness cam- I Of our business dealings last week with your fast-springing, higher- .many advantages overpowered

"r: ,Morning Sun. He will probably have to atop smoking any of eraman of the attack disqualified Senator when a young lady walked into our easy-braking car-that's any other tire, on themarket
sanctum,, handed seventyfivecents noth-
'14 them when those five mouths get big enough to eat real food. clown Long and from catfish the role hero of of national comic- and said that us her mother what the new "G-3M took, better ing' extra.costa you ,

p 0 relief" I wanted to "re-enlist with the Telegraph than any tire ever: built before! ,
One of our exchanges appeared this week with Russell I for another six months." We Coati the
It Is about time the newspapers took the seventy-five cents, gave see greatest Goodyearever
Kay's picture up-side-down at the head of his "Too Late ToClassify" realized that all the fun-poking in the girl a receipt and looked offered-let us point' out its

,, column. It was quite appropriate that Ru"ssell.tt'shou1d the World cannot harm Huey Longhe around for a nag to salute. We inarvelot-s fer.tures and
.- eats it up. and what he does quote you
.:' standing on his head the week after the Press n't eat rolls off hIs back like water that wish, patriotic.all of our subscribers were on a set.. '

>, Breakfast.. It la said, that Adolph Hitler be- -,
'r-, 0 fore his rise was much the same A hair tonic testimonial we came SEE OUR

i. figure in Germany aa Long is in across the other day read like this:
O. O. McIntyre is a friend of Florida. His daily dispatches the United States today. Simply
"I had formerly.'rough, thin hair,
from Palm Beach gave the impression that'he was Ignoring him would be the only with
dandruff but after a few days -
;4'' : suffering from the heat when even the natives would have thing that could get,under Huey's only, I was free,.of this.". PRICES,SON
Let the for
iklu new motto newspapers I.
t been forced toadmit;: that the weather was the least ,bit on be "Lay off Huey." We have been consumed with "
curiosity, and you will probably be
.:>' the chilly side. -c>- *
% too to know.whether he was free *
K e It la estimated that there are of his dandruff or his. hair. -

Draw your own moral from this story: Two men whom more than l, OOOOO living graduates Register Motor Co.
from the colleges. and universities It baa Just occurred that goodeay '
;,met> at a Pittsburgh bar and talked,about the personal prop- of America to signify undying devotion e
owned without paying taxes did not know that i BATTERIES
;j, ;.erty they the would be to sign yourself: "Yours
,re'\\\"tax\" assessor was standing nearby. lie investigated and fore- Determining,. freshness Offish jntil the New York Times comes ROAD SERVICE-CALL 103
by electricity la the latest out with a sixteen-page comic sec
ifed the.men to pay $216,000. achievement. tion.- STARK ,E FLA. '
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