Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 6, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04801
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A Bellanca cabin monoplane pil- : SERVICE CERTIFICATES Board met March / GATHER
EREDUCEDBY The passing of Ben Butch, session with all
ted by W. II. (Bill) Alexander of :
I Ior 03 he was known to his namely A. B. '
Jacksonville, paid Starke a visit I
neighbors and friends, at --.--- ---- --- Mourn and II. It.

MISSIONERS j Sunday afternoon and on account Blitchton Feb. 24th. 1031, Is first Loan Made: Five Minute AfKT I Minutes read and '! I N GAINESVIllE s
of lack of facilities to land was ,
forced to get at well acquaintedas the last one of a family of Law Is PiirtittMl Over }'rrlld'nt' now' TO M\KK The matter of

nine boys and one girl, born LOAN ON IUJN I'S building nt \ !\
I he could with the town from the fete-.Needy\'ill tlt .
to James and Martha Willis ne'hopl was left with .. National and :State' Of- %
commia- air. The field just south of town 1'1' 'rl'rf'lh'n Their C'liiliiitt. !
of county I fin
d Blitch. From this union I Here's what a veteran has : tees to do as they rltIal.11I. Atrtml
too small for the big ship,
Floregulir was
County,
t Bradford Mon- wires along the railway right of eight c: boys, namely Forney \ to do to borrow half the face ,. the matter ('IIn\.I1t1on 4t
iieislon on
Harrison Newton, Clddcon, Wa"hlngtol8..Hy mall Hoard granted
value of his adjusted: compensation
him from setting : ,
l. 1931, with all memo way preventing Jessie, Den and Hardie grew end at the paying windows of the certificate. the colored school at natlonil and state offl-
L. Un- the monoplane In the restricted;!
J
ii na follows: I up into manhood, all married veterans bureau thoinnndi: ot ex.I I If h<, has obtained a lonn i vided that on<>-half : will attend the state conven-

iirman J. G. Crews J. area. Mr. Alexander dropped a and nettled on farms, and soldiers today obtained new loans he may present In person or was paid I by the nf Woodman Circle to be
'and R. T note to E. 11.Smith on his arrival
'3V. Hlnson stating he would attempt a landIng : reared large families in the against their service certificates. I mall to one of the 51' regional I ol the school. ! in Otilnttsvlllo at Hotel Thorn-

Rlltchton section of Marion The law, making availaMttjLhalf' offices the record of It and Board canvassed March 0 und 10.

n t >f last meeting were but a second survey did not I and Levy counties. Remarkable the face value of each certinfeateit the Application for more. tho election held nt mODI{ thimo who have signified\
reveal another field close by, and ,,
irovedy us It may seem, they 4 1-2 per cent interest, went Into Those who have not leceiv- I and SUrke, to < ir InUmUun of being pre.icnt'

ett of Kaeser St Blair ho returned to Jacksonville after : passed out of this Veil of effect yesterday as the senate joined ed loans must mail to the of- or not Sampson Mrs Mary R. oKnr . oC

,mpany of Cincinnati,, dropping a second note saying he Tears In rotation accordingto the house In overwhelming the fice or present a certificatenote nolidntn with Nebranka, national| prettl-

red before the board was unable to find a Held aufficlently ,; their respective entrance veto of President Ul"vcr. to that effect along with unanimous In both ; Mr. Ida ]\f, Kelley of Ann

letterheads: and large.A started two or'': I therein, at the age! of from Immediately the vr:t"'anJ' bureau discharge papers and the certificate UlllH for the month ', Michigan, national vlce-

h in )t 1G or :20! pound envel-I movement was to a land- seventy-five to eighty years, put its! forces at Work paying, out Note can be obtained and paid. / ; Miss Myrtle Oils Crump

'ht following : three: years ago secure the Hardte I from the regional offices No further Tampa state manager and
ca N. B. Hull and except youngest money. One check to a veteranvas
field the late I
ing .
lopes' per thl or Doctor Dlitch, who died 'I in the mail five minutes after and veterans organizations. adjourned to meet of the national law cnm-

t 'jrlnted, $352; No. 10, .enoer the Powell-Smith Company offering at the age of sixty-five years. the senate' completed its 78 to 17 From there on the l loan is I day In April.Packer. ", :: Mrs.\ Myrtle tVpew of
a'
delivered to donate sufficient land I ..,.
,,
-t thousand, An outstanding fact of these vote overriding the veto. The total In the hands.. of the veterans. : ---- Pierce, state president Mrs.

U.S8:: 8 1-2 x 11 short distance out of Starke on I heretofore, has I '- Jo M. Green of Live Ouk. state
tied letter-I eight brothers is that from reached the thousand mark by bureau, which

,printed, delivered state road 28. Nothing the: was ever boyhood, all through man- nightfall from Washington office issued loans within 10 days } and Mrs, Vomtti E. In-
done toward securing propertyand ,
V.w.1 Starke is still without a field hood, and until death there I The 54 teglonal officers; were of receiving applications and t of cturkn, Htttto Junior super

Jits Uicinda Manning rf safe land- was never any disaentiontynong notified to go into action and $17- hopes to continue Issuing at und dlatrlct manager.\

Florida, asked for assistance large enough to assure them, and to the end 750,000 of funds on hand was dispatched about the some rate. I \ '". nppcw Is expected to ar-
: For
13 matter was laid over ings for large planes. were loyal, each to the oth- them to meet the checks. Regional offices are In: In Gainesville this week,, to
.
pri-1":/ Thomas colored, was tak- er; and when one was sickor \I President Hoover nnneunced, everything Atlanta, Birmingham, arrangements: for the two

from pauper roll he having distressed all the others would be done to facilitate Charlotte N. C., Columbia convention. All sessions of

I LEGION ANDAUXILIARY were by his aide to nurse, carrying out the law now It I 8. C, Little Hock, New Orleans Berry Circle will he held! In the Ma-

'cjtt! Strong was taken from the comfort and cheer as one by I I was in effect, notwithstanding his and Richmond. : Temple while Hotel Thomas

roll, he having died. > been Rejected! KM convention
liper one they crossed the Great objection to It. revested Administrator . _.
):lanchc Roberson dropped from INCONFERENCE Divide firmly Imbued in the nines to ghre: veterans -- - ---- (> icrnlnr. of fold ( .

roll by unanimous vote I PINES 1'.ANTEDIN I | Malphra Inowlc", 249 I
pauper faith of Almighty Cod in need priority. \V. !
vote it was decld- \\rill'' Ohot'n ILt I I Court and Mrs.
guardian,
JTy unanimous To the writer it seems as ;
HInes took to the rndio last night ttRADFORD AND
that when any person presents' almost yesterday, when he to call veteran throughoutthe I era IJiillontlne, 238 North Evans

I the tai{..collector or tax assessor; recalls each and all of them, country upon to let those most In UNION COUNTIES; -- financial secretary of Oak

1 certificate from the United Grove, No. 20 city and grove
fighting the battle of life, need submit their applications first.", C. II. Kruno of ,
lites Bureau, showing na are planning many fen-
Veterans true to their families, true them also not to borrow ,
He urged Five new plantations of sins Plant City, who
of vlu-
for the entertainment
allowance
of disability Will Meet Jt'oman's
award Conference
District to their country and true to unless pointing out that out 1 ir strawberries In
necessary, / have been set
to such pine seedlings delegates and members of thu
.t they may allow per- \\ Club Sunday their God, and are now reap- :a veteran borrowing $500 now on a Bradford county this year, report writes the local I .

i the $r>00 exemption as provid- ing that reward which is so $1,000 certiflcatewwnuld if he failed R. J. Preston, forester with the lion that the

|for In section 897, compiled gen The American Legion and Auxiliary abundantly promised In Holy to pay interesthave only $74.03 Florida Forest Service, Tallahassee. able berry shipping flag drill, with delegates from

,d i :awe of Florida. will hold their District Conference Rite. To the children of these :I !coming to him at the 1915 matur- exceedingly good grove In the state Circle rep-

JBy unanimous vote it was or- March 8th at the will be opening fea-
Sunday
l' men Uncle Den has passed\ ity, H L. Hough of Brookcr cooperated growers here should ( the
Ircd that values on all lands In Woman's Club In Starke. Indica- Mrs Franc Crescent of
to us a spotless flag, The new statute Involves a potential with the Florida Forest Service market for their
i'idford county be reduced 20 pert The conference will open with a' tive cf the character and rep- I outlay of about $7,700,000- in setting out a demonstration Ills letter to Mr. A. state captain, will be In

I'( from the 1930 tax assessment. luncheon and program at 12:30: utation of these brothers, of the of the drill. Drill team i
their of these oneycaiolrl noH manager
000. If only the needy, as plantutlon
Iny unanimous vote It was de- o'clock followed by a business session which and we I Tampa Jacksonville, Pensa-
we hope pray number is estimated on a basin of seedlings near his still alnrooker printed below and
|'od that all state certificates of of each organization.There may hand down to the grandchildren concerning the Live Oak, Lake Itutler anti
of 1927 and 1928 be offered at will be delegates from 1'\ survey in the larger cities, were nre expected to make hide
a in the same spotless borrow President !. oover said l B E. Drown, who lives near Lnk( I lanl 's crop will be (if
ItO
r ano subsequent taxes without Madison, Lake City, I : the prize In competitive! team
Montlccllo, \ .condition aq (It was passed tqi. the drain on the treoWry might be Butler, also' set out a demonstra1 cal growers.Mr. .
avt and that..all certificates "' ,' Gainesville to'c ,
( < Springs
MacclcnnynrgtX"
us, BO that they n. limited to 10 cent of the total tlon acre These seedlings were Kruie also
k m 1920 to 1920 be offered at 75Ir Dunnellon, Ocala, Bronson, point to it with the same admiration of 170000000.per I spaced ten feet by ten feet apart !fls that he will (' OrlneP.lvllleitrove/ will not

cent of face and 75 per cent Perry, Trenton and Starke present and pride with ol ) an adult team In the con-
elected at the producing power
Under the system and show crew to Starka
I subsequent taxes, without In- besides a number of state officers received it. We but a splendid team of chil-
which we stocked and protected -
President Hoover's request, veter- an acre fully to get the parking
liest to and! 1030; and and Aux- from the department
Including of both the Legion cannot do more; certainly we showing certification of their from fire Ice plant In order. : juvenile
I it all certificates from 1910 to ans take part In the' competition.
iliary. should not do less. need from veterans organizationsand Dan Ho well set out 4500 seed states, he plans to
119 be offered at CO cent and local are addition to the opening/ fea
per Officers of the post J. S. BLITCII.BUSINESS the various relief organizations ling near his still west of Lak able berries for
bsequent taxes, without Intert that as many J ; the drill teams will assist In
requesting
40C
urgently out
) with unemployment, will Butler J. L. Shaw set ing the shipping
t, and that all other certificates of the members of the local postas r dealing hit still and H. K. Dennett market conditions initiation of a large class of
attention. near
I earlier years be offered at 10r attend this conference. All get first land r'v. .... .
can "The recent survey of the larger set out about 20,000 on his down to where
r cent of face and 10 cent to i regulation drill team con-
per members will be required pay
I MEN'SCLUB cities shows, in the opinion of the north of Lake Butler i mako more selling
t without in- which of 10 members, a captain
subsequent taxes, for each ,
one dollar person administrator of veterans affairs" These aecddllng are raised b;> plant In bulk than
IreatI of the a musician.
goes to defray the expense said Mr Hoover, "that about six the Florida Forest Service at the If shipments In

I There being no further businesse next luncheon. IS ACTIVE per cent of the total number of State Nursery at Ralfprd. and, arc within the next ROAMS
board until the TR/lAl
adjourned veterans in industrial centers are Hold at cost, namely, $!00 pet section will have a

[ffular meeting to be held the first State 4-11 Club Leader now receiving support from the local thousand f. o. b. Raiford, to all of ten to fourteen TO HE REGRADED

londay In April), 1031.O relief Interested In making
unemployment and other landowners the vines are -
Bradford County I
Clerk. Visits
Alderman
W.
,,
At the regular meeting :Monday committees."This their, idle acres productive. The letter followsPlant The board of bond trustees of r,

--a- i- On last Thursday- Mr. R. W., of the Bradford County Business bill will relieve some of the Inspection,, of the land, supervision City;: county, Florida, met Mar. S

\\losquito Control being parried: by these< and instruction In planting b) session with all
Blacklock, state Boys' Club leader,, Men's Club held at the MagnoliaCafe burden now furnished The Bradford Co. In regular

Work to Be StarteuThe with :Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent,, the club voted to retain the committees, but .as< tbo amount bor trained foresters the are Florida Forest Growers ;/ present. Minutes of the-
to of by
4-H at possible for many veterans free charge meeting were read and approv-
Clubs
visited the boys Starke, Florida.
and committee'' appointed to advancethe row under, the bill Is so small, it it Service. Anyone Interested rr
Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey, Dear Mr. Griff:
city council of the city of of manufacture and sale of cigars urgently necessary that the local should get In touch with the Flor The board agreed to put the
The various phases to
at Starke. I am pleased
,,
Karkc Florida, met March 2nd In club work was explained to the manufactured in the local plant. committees shall continue their ida Forest Service, Tallahassee that the crew to work regarding
Includ you
gular session with all members service to many veterans." The total cost of planting lateral roads and an addition-
for the of J. deal
boys, and the projects year Thla committee Is composed looks a great
resent. Minutes of the last meet- The veterans bureau hoped to ing trees, labor, and fire protection crew to take care of fill work

PS were read and approved. outlined Mr. Blacklock to them. talked to the M. Mitchell J. E. Corpening and maintain Its present rate of making should not run higher than $2.00 to did The the reports last time ny I necessary dragging. It wa.

I Mr Fred Safay of the State training in D. A. Montleth. During the luncheon loans within 10 days of the $2.50 per acre. agreed that road 9 from Law-
the the
\ on Is hampering
uaril of boys principally for is received, Unproductive land la a liability\ be the first to
[ Health discussed at length receive throughthe hour other matters came up time the application the fellows that to cross roads
the of leadership they certificates which have< to the owner who Is forced to pay .
fth council the problems organized clubs. He told of discussion and several committeeswere Only the to the tracts just wont put In condition.It
ad- two or mor: taxes on his Investment that each mem-
psqulto control. Mr. Safay been in force years was agreed
the outstanding club boysto to them, and they
the president
sed the council that the best carrying each appointed by may be borrowed on, under present county and to the state Reforesting of the board make a report at
Washington and to Chicago make an Investigation\ and reportat with the menace ol high price In I
ethods for this community would who win tentative rulings which probably : does away I next meeting the condition of
the boys March contract I hardly
and that to be held causedby
the meeting
e I Knap Sack Spray with oU for year with will remain In effect. ThU poverty and unemployment In their respective districts.
to make good do them much good.Thing
have
Jtch basins, etc., in the city. these trips and show some real 16th.Membership is estimated to exclude approximately the great areas of Idle land In After the payment of the rou-

I The clerk was authorized to sel"re their projects In committee reportedtwo 100,000 veterans until the our state. Put all your 1 land to are bills the board adjourned.
demonstrations In corn growing members, Messrs. B. Jacobs stet( In Srnrke. ;
the for this new two date la reached by Uieli work for you! Write your you .
of year
necessary spray lines
urpose.. raising fine hogs, or other said and Dr. B. S. Carroll. papers. forester, :., has a panic, I \\\".. "'SCHOOL TERM: ENIJH
he ,
work. Next week, Instructed to will
I The'report farm Secretary was ha. ,been advised bj yourselves you --
of the treasurer, clerkd two winning The bureau .
was the time to pick the write Kruse, Inc., and acknowledge I' market for your
tax collector for the month of trip., numerous banks I that they Will STORE: AGAIN IESTIIOYKI Bradford county Is just closing-
Washington
boys for the receipt of letter and express make loans on the certificatesat June. I thought most successful school year and
will -
pbruary was approved. The farm boys In the county, according I of same, and be was I part this 1 than
.. .. I., appreciation the new Interest rate Througha Fire at 4:30: Saturday morning this we are more fortunate
--r. to Mr. Dyer, have responded I Instructed to have letter published. substantial volume 011 business, destroyed the Sapp store feel I that It In of the 'small counties of the

SIGNS ERECTED well to the project work he is The club went on record as favoring officials believed the banks would I totally on Tenth street the I and I assure you as they have In some caaes
and over building
[ The state road department has offering them this year, Blacklockwas the establishment of a bak- be able to make money on the 4 flames( having gained such headway with you. If you to close schools or else keep
have enrolled. Mr. comimtte of three was thl I mean
and
100 ery, a turnedIn me, by by. public subscription.
tailed a "nest" of signs at the with the with 1-2 per cent ] before the alarm was open
well pleased
communilcate will
very to comes we put
has
appointed thus far paid
outer
I'"ner of Madison and Walnut and said he that only a few feet of the county
for the year interested in locating a and when the
prospects : parties the fire teachers promptly.
treats, CIIANOE wall were standing when
where state road 13 and to see some good results This committee was BUS SCHEDULE then
I' Intersect expected bakery here., I truck reach the scene. The buildIng goes high you Lawtey just last Friday closed
arrows carrying the here next fall.NATIONAL composed of J. M. :Mitchell, II. C. ; stilt' being north. All you have I of the beat terms In the his-
ames of all nearby towns pointing Changes have been made In the was new, carpenters
Wall and C. A. Knight. market and the
finishing your of the school, patrons
the right direction to W. OFFICERS of the Blue Bus line operating engaged in putting the
O.
as a guide W. Moved seconded and carried that schedules outside of a that this '\'lIIl1urely now looking forward to the
wtorlsU the change touches on it, and
other should be HERE Starke
the through
sign
committee to assist for all men.
a publicity and your of their trustees for the
\ hay
laced at March II carload each of fertilizer
the last Sunday
intersection of state items effective
secretary in preparing news being had I expect to send two R. R. Thede
and crates year
JII.d,1J: advised by carried un cups
| and( 48. G. M. Inman was of the doings of the club be appointed 1st These changes are itrawberry stocked. No Insurance to Starke to get the Rosier and J. S. Austin have
that four of train not ,been
-----. morning Informationto der the regular. heading I
wire Thursday to furnish this orontents. In order next: week, asked to make the race and
building
r\ *TER T.VNK BEING PAINTED officers of the national association the county and state papers. and bus schedules, and affect all had been placed on 10th, the following consented to do no.UINTS (

would be In Starke Friday night The committee.was composed of L. 'ten dally buses serving this terri !! second time lire of pct to C'<"'le up .
; the
PaInter! ar at work giving the and would attend the regular meet- I Wyman .J. C. Robinson and Dr. tory.J4TRAWCERItiE4. I This wa destroyed store Try and pet all\ : BURNS I-UOI-EKTV
I origin
organi Incendiary
IlII1lclpU: ) water tower a coat of ing of the local Woodmen Lowry. terested In bringing -
!ray divulged : MOVING building for Mr. Sapp on the same .
paint this week. The au- Their names were not to the lea it will wHo la.
zation. I Complaints having come I first burning a few for Hi W. P. Smith of Lake City,

0r1t1J have been using t black the wire stating they would I club relative to the rates charged i iI - site, the I when the :lump I the new stave mill erected

Sat fur pre '.mng the metalrev' stop over here OQ their way to the by the local light and water plant, Seventeen crates of berries Tues were! months ago.- .-.------- pending ii you I the northern part of, town, hall
week. -- -
UI to this time, but a more meeting In Gainesville next I II committe was appointed by this shipped out by open express so farthis GLEE; CI.m CONCERT FIIIIIAV with me "+ml I I the Burns home on W. Mad

"sert1.! color wa: selected> this --.-..--- club to Investigate this and report!, day the largest shipment i it will m :in, s I, street and will move his fam
.
was
crate
me tar dressin-( the tank. TAX IANDS SOLD meeting. This I : season. Only one there for i'
up big I it the next regular and one crate The combined Glee Clubs of the your here.
Monday
CLEF more than $1- committee was! composed of Col. shipped movement Wednesday. B. H. S. and Junior High will give today and K' ne i Workmen are still busily engag
tLUn OVEKVTICP During February I J. M. Mitchell mode up the for I mill
certificateswere It V. Knight. Dr. concert at the high school auditorium Thanking you In construction work on the ,
of tax sale Prices paid on the platformwere &
The Glee 000 worth county, according I and Dr. B. S. CarrollAt { next Friday, March 13th, tion, I atn of the machinery being In
Idrta this 25 cent a quart.
Club of B. U. S. sold In meeting
the the next regular who has had Very and the entire building! being
Wall
'lU furnish clerk to of Wednesday S p. m. :Mr. ,
'ver part Of the program to Q. W. Alderman Monday March 16, the club ex- Low temperatures of the member In this. week.
commJ.ssloners.the' to thablossoms the training
wnUF damage
Inflicted some
of county night __
board .
Gainesville. i
Saturday to have another representative and -- ---- .
Issued pects 80 boys
state over
rternoon. March 7th, broadcast- certificates being those Sale of a firm desiring to cold pack< and fruit although would come charge will, No admission will 'Bradenton-. L. : Stafe highway department to re

a. thirty minutes program during 1928 and prior yearn strawberries la SUrke. Attendance -. [rowers reported their lot girls slog. will offering ened Georgia state road No. 13 from Brad-
will betaken but A free
rtlng certificate: extent of thin dam be t charged '
at 4 o'clock. Arrange- of remaining of the full membership of the be maU. The school. 12th *tre t. county line to Gainesville.
for the
:- are In charge of 10th.. 'A.,JS for up an March indefinite 23th sod period.will continue club: Is desiredu,. .- if*.,could not b* folly determined wUl1 e .asked .






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TWO BHADFOKD COtNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FIlID."', M\R..
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r. i she failed miserably in her duty 1 bing with less danger of skidding, -

RECOUNTS EVOLUTION OF GOOD of dubbing the grand old Potomac showers aloft, and also a fine NEJV IUY' f..ittit. ; ,

B. H. S. JOURNAL "The Bathtub of Presidents." strong door with a lock on it.
.. E....,. !Capp .
It was the habit of John Quincy Greece's was the glory of the
OLD AMERICAN SHOWER\? BATH '
The Staff"I I Adams to take his plunge dally gracefully sculptured birth-bath effect Mr. and Mrs. J i
between daybreak and sunrise, in Rome's the granduer of the 111> I;
--- --- ----.----- I the Potomac at the foot of his garden thermae. To the tent folding daughter, Essie, wer. av
I Editor-in-Chief ------------,.--- Milton Brownlee Bv ELIZABETH CHEATIIEA1I beth 'The- Queen hath built her : "weather permitting."' Rain Arabs belongs the credit of the itors to Lake City s..,

Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel! Adkins In Tallahassee Daily Democrat I self a bath, where the doth bathe perhaps was regarded as a shower sand plunge while the Turks early Mr. Guy Andrew I
1 Sports Editor Gary Overstreet herself once a month whether she : bath, and made a walk in the went in for steam. Combine the tendingschool at tit ''Vert
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of
i The most ancient records of Florida, spent thi
'I Literary Editor __-_________________ Muriel Silcox I reoufn.".. lt or not. This Is amaz- I garden all that .was necessary. The best of all their devices Into one home with his ':Al
__ Annie Mae Pearce bathing come from Egypt and India ing to us at first sight, but on I president persisted in his outdoorsrite email compact item and you have paretth' t
i Exchange Editor ____________ I Mrs. G. W. Andrew,
4 9 where people used the Nile and second thought It is not surprisingwhen 1 in spite of several unfortunate the present development of the fine Mr. and Mrs. Sidn
f ; Ganges rivers for baths a. well as we learn that the first bath- instances. Once somebody old twentieth century piece the > '
lii Middle \. Brownlee. baby, and aunt, wen tirl
C1i.IELE\ERC19Fs Ages-Mary
> laundries. In obedience to their re- : tub In the United States was built swiped the presidential raiment American Bathtub
,, < Latin Terms Used In Modern ligious rites the Jews at an early :. in Cincinnati 1842. It was made f and the bather was forced to hall a e and Mrs. M. L. John: WJl'!
,d; ; Rev. L. W. Kickliter gave us a Boulware. of passing lad and send him for more TilE SOUTHERN FARMER: ternoon.
Architecture--Wynken date bathed in running water, mahogany, lined with sheet lead,
:r splendid talk based! on the scrip- .- '; they also bad both hot and cold and was exhibited at a Christmas I attire. On another occasion a woman of Mr.Lulu and Mrs. How, roc

I' ture, contrasting right from wrong. J.-uilor-Seulor Etiquette Ciao: I baths Indoors, employed oils and 'party. In the next diy's: paper it I newspaper correspondent "The average Southern farmer Carl Wynn, were visiting :t> &
The football letters were awardedto j i ointments, and even pressed sand was denounced\ as "a luxurious and caught the chief executive. He gets: up to the alarm of a Connecticut Mr; G. W.Sunday Sapp at ?/,
into use as a cleanser in that soap- undemocratic vanity." Then the I had previously refused to give her clock, buttons Chicago suspen- ,ti.rooe.
F'i h The Junior-Senior Club
friends!
; the football boys, preceded! bya Etiquette and relative
I less age. medical men took the matter up .an interview but when she got him I II j ders to a pair of Detroit overalls
fitting talk by Coach Lovell.FOOTR.ILL met Wednesday, Feb.! 25, 1931 in Sunday.
-- I 1>lrs. T.. T. Long's room with the The Mohammedans took possesslon -!!and pronounced thlp bathtub a I cornered In the Potomac his views washes his face with Cincinnati Mrs John Saltier
BOYSRKCF.ME resident in : of India in 1521. The first !menace to health. were somewhat altered. She would soap, sits down to a Grand Rapids 5 r,
the chair.
Johnnie
t I and Marg
r i LETTERS "Table words of their Great Mogul when I Prohibit athlnJ-U !S. not go away until he released table, eats Chicago meats and Min :
1 Etiquette" was again the Brackner and s< :J i
subject of our program. he inspected the conquered land In 1843 Philadelphia passed a something for publication. nessota flour cooked' a Sears- Whitehouse were ,
j' At the weekly chapel period 15 were: "They have no baths or col. public ordinance prohibiting. all I Millard Fillmore caused the first Roebuck stove, goes out to his home of Mr. and JMi vi ,
1" football men were presented with HATH 'leges." He put the 'two on an bathing between November 1 and bathtub to be installed in the barn and puts a New York bridleon Sunday. ..J1
:, White- House in 1850 when he Missouri mule fed with Colo- ,
+ the coveted! "B," by Coach Brow- equal educational plane and proceeded March 15. Two years later Boston a Mr. Jim Yarborough .
,
to establish both. made bathing unlawful came Into office Dolly Madison rado alfalfa and Kansas oats; R'\
ard Lovell. The team had the sup- The Rats held a class meeting In I I except teroak section was ,.
; port of the entire studen body and the class room on March 3 at 1:15: The Greeks began with river when prescribed by a physician.In had tin tubs Installed, but Andrew plows Impoverished land coveredby section Sunday afterno.ii vi .n r. u
faculty throughout the season. 'I with President Eldredge Robinson :. bathing, but they soon got away Virginia about this time bath- Jackson removed them, lest the a Vermont' mortgage with an'I ---.--
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"Gator" Inman made a model cap- In the chair. I!i from such primitive methods andIt tubs were taxed thirty dollars a common people be offended by Indiana plow, in an effort to make : CARD OF Tn.\ Ko: -
s "' tain and Coach Lovell was admired Pink and Green were chosen as is recorded that they had pri- year. About 1814' the family of a such swank. cotton for New England gamblers I I
II vate baths several centuries B. C. writer were the proud Bath Tulm. InstalledIt to speculate on. When bedtime
class colors and the possessors We
ya and liked by the entire team, so, pink roses as i i wish to express! out '
we may say that the past football flowers. ,' The baths of the Greeks and of a bathtub. It was a huge affair cannot be said just when comes, he reads a chapter in a I thanks and gratitude tt, rrieni'warllt,
season has been the very best In I The class motto adopted was eastern nations shrink In com- higher at one end than at bathtubs became common. In 1867 Bible printed in Boston, says a I I their tender sympathy and i
1! the history of Bradford HI. "Rowing, Not Drifting" parison with those of the late Ro- the other. A large room was set all the houses in Philadelphia were prayer written in Jerusalem, sistance during the recent Kind
Those receiving letters were: '''I' The meeting was then adjourned. I Ii man Empire. With the Romans apart for its use, and the tub of supplied with tub and plumbing. crawls under a New Bedford blanket and death of our wife and Hint
+ Seniors, Captain George Inman; i I bathing was an art, and not the wood painted white with zinc The progress in the last sixty- only to be awakened by the Mrs. K. A. Kennedy motlu
1 Manager Merrill Futch; Howard UIIAT WOULD \PPEN IF I quick shower of today. Their lining was Installed near the win- three years has been remarkable.In bark of a hound dog, the only home Mr. E. A. Kennedy Miss Sit
Moore, Milton Brownlee, Billy baths were comparable to our dow. A pipe from the bunghole Europe modern plumbing products on the farm. Then he Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. S E Ket
Graham, James Wainwright and Mr. Lovell liked Martha B. modern Turkish baths. They had passed through the wall to a drain came Into use more slowly than in wonders why In the hell he can't nedy, Mr. and Mrs. Ira C Larks
Howard Miner; Juniors, Ortho Ma- A. E. was late. ',''separate' divisions, such as warm pipe, and thus the water found its our country, although the English make money raising cotton."
h theny, Ben Sternberg, Ralph Cox, Bunny C. liked Eldredge. i room, hot room, steam room, cold way out. The filling was just as have long been acquainted with "This little skit was handed to
Lester Price Robinson, Henry Kitty couldn't giggle. i,i: room, and swimming pool. At- primitive. A stout rubber hose, the portable tub. It was made of me by a friend. It may be a little
%+ Mast and Victor Thomas; sophomores Mrs. Maynard gave a hard alge tached to these baths were gym- secured to the window-sill, was rubber-cloth, suspended on a bit overdrawn, but contains sug- HE: IS
I I John Inman; freshmen, Eld- bra test. I I i Inatriums gardens and other build- lowered to the yard, and attachedto frame, and capable of being rolled gestions for a lot of sound think FRQ
redge Robinson. Anyone beat Lois L. on Latin. I[ ings. These were the largest and the hydrant. This furnished the up snugly on one's travels. Tjne ing. Hens, hogs, milk cows, feed FROM DANCER. WHO EVEN NeOi
l .r Y Some of us studied in study hall. most costly public buildings of !water supply supplemented by of our ambassadors to Great crops, a home garden and orchard SAFE.IS ON HIS GUARD" ?
;! i ; Don't forget to tune in on the I I I Rome and occupied a large area of several buckets of hot water from Britain said in one of his letters, coupled with soil improvement is I
StfTrke Glee Club radio program. Omitted the city. When Attila and his the kitchen. Needless to say the "They don't really like bathroomsyet. the best insurance there is againsta
111 i They are going to sing over WRUF Leslie Bigg of the eighth grade Huns arrived at Rome, Augustus tub was in frequent use only dur- They prefer great tin tubs, bare cupboard and the Inabilityto II III
d at Gainesville, Saturday, March 7, and Miarlam Jacobs of the eleventh Romulus, his army and all its lead- ing the summer. It was the delight and they use bowls and pitchers buy baby a new dress in which
from four to four-thirty o'clock, :'grade were overlooked in preparingthe ers, were too busy lolling in hot of the young children of the when a bathroom Is next door." to get dirty on Sunday.
r ?r and don't forget to send some fan honor roll for January. We are i water to be bothered with defending family and their friends. Four of Bathing has become popular In "A fertile soil means a prosperous
L mall very sorry we made the mistake, the Empire. Thus did them would often splash aroundat both China and Japan, but It has people. Get great yields ++i
and will try to Include all In the bathing make history. What mightbe once In wild frolic. reached its highest development in from smaller fields . Improvingthe
i' LOST AND FOUND honor roll for February.A taken for the motto of the Ro- Fearful and wonderful was the thelatter., There every house has soil is like courting a widow,
man Empire was inscribed on a sea' bathtub which was designedin a bath which usually consists of you cannot overdo it . Insane FuMighnd men of In"u.1I'IJ+ r
LOST-on penny; lost In study LIFE gaming: table of the period: "'To the shape of a wave. The con- a circular wooden tub of consid- people do not cooperate, neither do the nee euuar by providing and lately tuna of ghee
hall. Finder please return to Louis -- hunt, to bathe, to play, to laugh Solutions of the thing were supposed erable size. This tub is placed out- shiftless farmers . It Is no harder ferity, igaiiut poulble! mM' i,
Hill. Jr. Yesterday, while glancing thru this is to live." to induce the water to splash doors in the court or garden and to farm than it is to hunt or fish of the rurure.Stock .
;, LOST-Two bobble pins. Finder some of the old volumes In my ii- '' Deem Bath Unrespectable gently around you. A little imagination all the members of one family are and there la as much sport In the Ic ufeffuardi fire!Insurance your buiineu doa |un b' ',,jr>I
R please return to Novella King. brary, my mind happened to strayto When\ the Christian fathers along with that, plus some usually served by one filling of ex- one as there is in the other if we toting you again lou by fire
;t FOUND-One lipstick Looks as that Immortal theme "Life." I came along 'they. denouced the sand In your eyes and hair and you ceedingly hot water.In take that view of it . Safe farmIng A'xp your Iniurana. aJtqualcl
if it had been used one time, (half wondered what reward, what rec- wordly luxuries of their predeces- were virtually sporting In the surf- the simple little bathroom of -safe eating."
gone.) Color/lnedlum. Owner may ognition was given to some hard I sore and consequently bathing be- right In the home. the American flat or bungalow we .
,I secure it from Bill W. worker who had found fame In the'' came not merely undesirable, but Innovate "Rulnbath" have grown to expect much. Soap To soften dry coconut for use In HAROLD C. WALL
end. Just then I happened to spy! positively not respectable. These Another Innovation, but one recesses hold the cake we once cake frosting steam It in a clean
6 JUNIORSWell the name, "Johnathan Swift. RememberIng ]i reformers smashed up all the wonderful which was destined to survive, was groped for or slipped on, fixturesare cloth over boiling water. INSURANCESTARKE
him from my childhood |I I aqueducts that carried water the then-called "rain bath." A made from such china as Is Tampa Construction recently
we will have to give the delight In "Gulliver's Travels," I to the cities and ruined all the bucket of water was hoisted ontoa used In dinner plates, grab-rods completed on new building for FLORIDA
seniors the honors in basketball for paused and read-this selection, I I fun. By so doing they plunged the ledge above the bather, then tip by which we emerge from our tub- Tampa Gas Co.
J this week. I don't know what we shall not present in Its original world into a state of dirty pestl- ped' into a perforated drain, thru I
would do without those two flashing form, but slightly altered. ., lenco apd for about a thousand which it ran down on his head.
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guards, Hazel and Dora.. I Swift, Jonathan ((1607-1745.) I years the Christian population was There you were with a shower
We think the banquet Is all settled Jonahthan Swift made his ap-I I largely unwashed, but the heath- bath. For a while these showers
for April 3, and that., means pearance In Ireland He was born ens in the east continued to batheas were well thought of as a treat- 4 -.r
y, all the juniors will have to scrape of humble parents In the year usual. Though bathing fell Into ment for insanity. But that was
9 up their pennies by the middle of 1667 at Dublin.Of .disrepute: in the Middle Ages, still before people began to sing in
sN March. Jonathan's childhood little is1 I bathing did not go out of fashion. 'them.
) We looks tests last week. I tell known or read, except that he was :' In "Life on a Mediaeval Barony"the Though we may consider the
G you It's just getting worse and a very unusual child. He was spell- author states that the lord :Middle Ages very backward !in the
worse especially English. Ing at the age of three and readingany of the manor and his wife took matter of bathing we should look
l Daisy and Patsy played good chapter In the Bible at five. occasional baths, and that the even later. Many times we think irte
games Friday but they were not Being advanced swlfty he soon highest gift of hospitality'' was to of our nation as one of the clean-
M1 up to their usual stride. attended Kilkenny School. Later arrange a bath for a visiting est in the world. But !if we are I
Jonathan, poorly supported by the knight and that frequently he was to believe our grandfathers, this
a BELIEVE: : IT OR NOT charity of an uncle, entered Trinity assisted In his abolutlons by the was nbt always so. In fact many ,
College, Dublin, where we will perhaps host's wife and daughter and their of them believed that baths were, '
Bill G. Wore a green shirt to be right in saying he spent' hand maidens. to say the least, unnecessary If
school. the most happy hours of his life 'Nothing could stop the vapor not distinctly unhealthy. Accord-
Hazel A. went to the basketball Jonathan's chief interests were history I baths of the Turks and Japanscse. Ing to theIr stories they bathed In
game wii: Ralph Cox. and poetry. He scorned the In Russia baths were few Isa- the creeks( and streams in the
'. Annie Mae did not goo to the set courses and It was only by spe-, bella of Spain took but two bathsIn summer and at the approach of I
game Friday clai favor that he received a de- her life, and was proud of it. winter were sewed Into their underclothing -
Sara K. knew her English lesson greed S Found. "Order of the Bath"It which they seldom If, 'Ittt tri
d Miss Myrwln came back to After his schooling was over, he! is not known who started the ever took off until the approach of '
school Friday. We're glad she Is met only with discouragements. world to thinking about bathing spring. 'I
back. III fortune was his patron. If one I again but some of the credit Is Historic as the Potomac riverIs
The newspaper club Is gotn to he had. Swift soon entered the given to Henry the Fourth of Eng- fame has given it'a pretty raw 1511.12
,+,i get up a "Booster Edition" for the ,service of Sir William Temple, of land, who founded the Order of the deal. On the Mississippi she conferred r
paper. Moor\ Park, Surrey, at the salary Bath. It Is quite certain that the the nickname "Father of ,d .I'tlt
,} The T. T. IV B class have musicon ot twenty pounds a year. His eighteenth century brought a revival Waters." Fareuil Hall she chris- 77. .
the brain. swiftness In accepting this position of Interest in bathing. Gen- tened "The Cradle of Liberty." But

l l Louis Hill, Jr., memorized a little ot secretary, where he was considered erally speaking it was not until I I
poem to give in English Fri almost as a servant, waa the nineteenth century that we 1
day. It was as follows; probably Influenced by his love of had anything but portable tubs. NO MORE
I, Mary had a little lamb, study and writing. Enduring all The following astounding information RATSor
Its fleece was white as snow hardships, he remained with them was found in a gossip sheet

And everywhere that Mary went for five years, during which time of the time of good Queen Eliza- Th. Ht C,......* Spoclml 5 The Iamb was sure to go. he met Miss Esther Johnson made mice after you use RATSNAP.It's .
famous as "Stella", when he resigned Hshlng the "Drapler Letters. Two a cure rodent killer. Try afkg.
MARY'S E.EGG HUNT I to take a small pariah In years later his "Gulliver's Travels" and prtfve It. Rats killed with Performance
too
Ireland, his mind was filled with appeared. Preslsting in his efforts RAT-SNAP leave no smell. Cats or proves Chevroletthe
Mary was Invited to an Easter thoughts of Independence, but affairs for the Irish for some time It was dogs won't touch It. Guaranteed.!
egg hunt. She wore her new black did not go well so he soon returned a sad fate when he became Insane. S3o size: 1 cake enough for
K slippers and her prettiest dress. to the Temple household He remained an imbecile for the Pantry. Kitchen or Cellar. Great American ValueThe
She found twelve eggs. She found where he remained until the death rest of his life. 65o size X cake for Chicken
; three under a can five behind a of Sir William. I I was very much amazed at the House, coop, or small buildings. new Chevrolet Six U a fine performer New lotfprlffM-Roadater,$175 Sport
i bush, two behind a tree, and two Later we find him again employed cold way In which they treated his $1.25: size 5 cake enough for It maintain high road speeds at a low, Roadster $195, Phaeton $510 Standard
in a hollow stump. Three eggs aa secretary. He Journeyedto life, revealing all his love affairs all farm and out-bulldlngs, storage
were pink, five were blue and four Ireland with his employer the and private matters, but I expect buildings or factory buildings. ruy-wurking engine speed. It* SOhoneCoupe., $535| Coach or Standard Five.

F. were red. :Mary won the prize. It Earl of Berkeley, where he was that If he could see the way I have Sold and guaranteed by Corpen- power engine operates with unsurpassed Window Coupe, $315| Sport Coupe, $575
4 was a chocolate bunny. Mary was made Vicar of Laracor and Rath- treated it, he would sigh and say,I Ing'e Drug Store The Nyal Store economy. Six cylinder enable you tocreep Flve-PaMenger Coupe $595 Convertible
1 the happiest little girl at the Eas- beggan. Swlft'a first book the "Alas! My life Is ruined. Starke Flu.
along accelerate, climb hill, fat and Cabriolet $615 Standard
go Sedan
ter egg hunt "Battle of the Books", was In defense ; $635;
? Florence Mrrsereau, of his friend's literary. While '- '- do It all smoothly, quietly-with little Special Sedan or Convertible Landau

t Second grade residing In Ireland he persuaded'' Wake Up Your Liver Bile shifting of gear. Step into a Chevrolet Phaeton, $650. Prices f. o. b. Flint, !Mich.

.q CLUB NEWSEtiquette Mla Johnson, accompanied by a' and drive Let performance too, prove Special equipment extra. Low delivered
married friend, to make her home
near him. During this time he be- Chevrolet the Great American I'alu*. price and easy term*.

Club came involved In politics writingthe -Without Calomel
The Freshman-Sophomore Etiquette satire "The Tale of the Tub",
i Club held Its regular meeting he gained fame rapidly. He was a -- NEW CHEVROLET SIXTh
.F Feb. 25th In Mrs Carpenter'sroom. Whig, but became ao opposed to And You'll) Jump Out of Bed If ttJ!bO*I k art I...... fr elr.loss fooddors't .
.. .... .........
Mrs. Carpenter had chargeof them that he changed parties and It JIM d cjr* la th Creat Amrtmm V *ta
the program. The subject for moved to London to secure the In the Morning Rarin'to Go 0.. ....18 va yen ........ Toe avtaUa. a
r discussion was ":"Table Manners." .kd tart*a4 rev bratk I*foal ikUfua
editorship of the Tory "Examiner. XI you fed sour' and sunk and the breaks ... ta ......_. Toot aol
Inter No Club While living in London he be- world looks punk don't swallow a lot ......W JTM M .....a4....Tow who)*
came entangled with Miss Heater of salts mineral water oil. laxativ See Y.w Dealer B I.wI
Th Inter Nos Club held 1U regular Vanhomrigh 80 that when be left or chewing and 4 ab e
and gum expect It.....tbo.e gs.d aid.c.tBna..tn'I'LII1.nZBnx.u.
meeting Wednesday, Feb. 23 London she followed him. to make
Learning you suddenly sweetand
After the minutes *.pet....iw.......f ae..ebbs *
were read and of his buoyant and fun of sunahlna.Tar
t friendship with Esther, now .
.. b..j..d a.a.yw IH!"'*f a4..."
+! approved business the there being no further famous" from the "Journal of Stella they can't do ft. They only TWT ...... .....,... kamUn. notU t I Torode Chevrolet Co. Starke Fla.
following program. the wrote to her and then en- more the bowels! and a mere more. ......eta eAwth....rsr*...ttUMto _Mu. ,
at''A was given: curring his wrath she died brokenhearted ant doean't gat at the --. Th ...new a.rl7.1stdo.srI .. .. -.-
Roman Architecture and Sculp ,_ reason for roar down-end-out feeling .R.wrmaA.LtotSeet.".
,ft ture- Jean't sird. la the following year he'won the .U your ttw. It should poor oatf tw. Liver J* ,UMM....... 1 ALSO DKALEKS IN
CuWI CHEVROIKT SIX-CTUMM* ..
Romaneaque Architecture in the of TBUCXS.$SM Mac.t.e.b. ....WI &..._a.
lasting esteem of the Irish pound liquid bile Into bowels
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I WI 11 we spend $2,000,000w



LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I w ,



BY OUR EXCHANGES CAMEL; ;1

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L ln' City| -. With iiI'
ments bringing In $

U city: Is experiencing no '


I imp 3 City-water tIe HUMIILORPACK1YE

Tam! a now number "ew
Blh ,,. 993 more than In
( peak ,f the boom Pellod- 'I ,
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Actual work .
coma >ia -
| till, instruction of a .
IS& :Santa Rosa sound from
ta R"sa peninsula to the
fl will cost I
I rh bridge have been in the lohncco hmincns n longtime of the tobacco in Camels whether
tel\ $150,000 you buy nir'tlgfit Aral could give the desired 1 protection.
down here 'inslon-Sal'm and > 'f' lake thorn in iiiHtoii-Suleni, Denver or Timhue-
The county n lot of pride in the of the (1)( ) 77u'inrnstirr, ti/ii/ costly, could l 1m relied
ain quality cigurcl Irs "e too. nil t up to now there hat been a very rC'nllilf'r..n
VOlt'' r 'n, dispense with the make. oil to keep Camels in .prime condition for at
('(' in the rom/ifi'o/l of the t-igiircllcs. by
!:
,, ),- 'ht county traffic 1"lIfoIllhr"I. months in any climate.Ifou .
them thirty days I \Sliile we lime the tiiiio they reached the smoker:
|mg spent a pond many million
bane technical hciit the Ixlowmade
graph
1 ng {film March 1, I II dollars ndtertiiiiig CiunrU" vc'tr always| heldto The flavor nml mildness of f fine lohnceodeiu'rc(1 the
by 1'illidHirgh Testing' Laboratory
(lie old fUl lli.mNII.I..n that .. the retention of its
llie miliiml
kjtona Dcach--Once in I ; thing that | upon not
a Mill how you the exact results of their ex-
vbal drifts ashore in really counts it! vital ve put into our oigart-tu added, IlIni. IlIrl content which is'i prime ul haiiMlive ..hlfl '.
t the outlook, Is that whales I and not what \H' say about it. about ten per cent.Ill )
time disappear. A bill now
e congress protects If ve know mi} thing nltotit tolutrro, and we spite' of our' great pain.. nlwu8 to make .. ,IR!..... '.. r l..IIL.I.-! : ......." '1111.>>.I . 1--
American territory. think we do, Cornel!*! contain the <.Itoireal Turkish sure Camels left the factory with just tills right ....
and the mellowest, ripest domestic leaves amount nfnnl..rnllnol"llIr., ., no cigiirelle/ pock- I .... l'nwmplw.i'' r..koJ;
ttacclenny. Baker county that money can buy. age had ever yet IH-CII designed that could I prevent SI .}..;r.t: (CJ..i..W..p, ....".kagea4)
hers are bringing in thai precious moisture front drying out. _ ....:. !_._,.J--. : : Rr/t"'A./ {.I1..h.n.,
ck and are building up the In fact hate .-. ..'_ -..' "A/.t/ risks.,
'e range cattle in this we every reason to lie proud of . ....-
few years'the native cow the quality of Camels as they come from the llir.lU'.aro, : three things about 11 clgaretlo that au -- .... ..':...' ;._-
rarity factory, hut the remark of nil old 1 frimdof ;110 ::
ours the and burn :
can Ming tongue unkindly lice ...:: :: C'A"'III1"i.I"' Peek
from Denver Home time tigociiipluiHiicda# : I point throat "I> '- .'TI'.: -, M.I',.... ..../ (',Ii..
'rest view Three that has .been the problem of the .I\\: l r--I, HfISNitJlf.1i.bl
cigarette ...::.- ... n .
sales were p" ""
recently
ultry (1) /"'''/' titfmmm.
valoosa county, and close to industry for >eurs. .' " ,'f"'"''''
(2) I'artlrlfMi rf/ tltmtlrtt In tin*
I) pounds of live chickens
keys were sold, according j, As lie inhaled] the smoke from n Camel we titlniwn''.''''11'' nttnvfflrivntif ,,!,'nll. 1'illxl'itrnl Te.etrig' Ijilmrnlory chart ..I.."-.' itrajthlfnlly
Malone, county agent. gate: him in par offices one morning: lie sighed: // / ,,,,'1/,111. .Iac...,.)UII Hint/ only the I'Minrl ",ulli,',... fact dancers

Clowlston Nine miles of I with very ctidclit enjoyment and then linkedjokingly (:1): ..1 ,sensed ,lrjj camUtlnn nt tin toIttnttt cltirvtH' to you In I'rlnta cuiuliliwit
"What is this, 'npcciul' blend] reserved tint tuOMM natural nutlnturi '7'
id No. 25 between Clewis ton .
.Belle has been rocked for Camel executives! ?" flU or,*r/">"//"for vrap ,ratlnn. loll may be mire", wo gave thU report a lot of
uly for the asphalt and the I careful study. \\'o checked It and ro-chcckcd it
re section between those "Certainly not," we told him. "This package Always certain of the quality of our tobaccos. and then we went IIlu'a.l.'o tried this device

II be finished as to the rock of Camels!! was bought at the corner store this ve hud already made Camel a "./11.,1#'......" figure :- and that. At last we met "MUCCCNM., Tho air-tight
.e first of April. morning." tic by Iheuse0fuspe'eiallytleeigtleelvaeuunl!
| trapping involved the desigiihig! of sp -clalproccsnes
tloaning apparatus! exclusive: ", will our facet
Miami The International *'Well," he said, "I've been a dyed in the wool ory. "IH'illlllllldlinl.| .

tl flower show will be held Camel smoker for a good many years, hut upon Now, if vte could perfect u package( lli.il would That yeasts lot of money more limit $2HM-(

ami at show on March will be 18 worth and 19, my soul never got a cigiirelle us good: us this in actually act us u humidor and lelulii the natural OliO m o the first year, but after you have tried I

lowers that grow in Denver. If you would give the rent of the worM moisture content, then Vmiui, Ari/oiia, Camels packed this modern new way we are

untrles present myriads of the kind of Camels you sell here \Viiisloii-- could enjoy Camel. as much 114, vto du hero ut sure you will agree It !I.* a fine investment..

Vual coloilngsbeauties that Salem, you ought to have all the cigarette business ". \\lulllon-! alcul.
Fur lime Camel that
bus
|,Inter has the coloring"'I to suns now every left
there id." knew what we wanted our factory bus.. gone out in this. new Ihtuaidor1'uek.

iBabson ParkThe worst of ,I tried many things.Vo .

Islncss fcld Roger depression W Babson is behind J-IIVT statement simply emphasized ... the 1'iltnlxirgli Testing "'(' have said nothing: about It until now, to

e Scenic Highlands ; to help us. make dealer would lie able
; the sure your to supply
again dgaretteIndustry's
Conference here. "All the .. ulunycrperlmentsand you when the good news. caitio out.
lews is most important
now out, said :Mr.
n, and "any changes must problem. The more we tests covering all)) Camel: Hiiiokcrs of course have already discovered

[i,r the better" thought about it, the surer .* of pu('king cigarettes that their favorite cigarette is better

Ocala J. j.-Taylor Is I'9 we were that he was dead the detailed report of acid milder now than ever' before.

ut 13,000 slash right, and that somehow, this I* the net
pines on 23 If you ar"II'lr'Cltmelamoker, try them just
ft land near ,N I. Mi w-ro M..Ne.M15b1Yll.
Sharp's Ferry. something must be done. ( No exia to what dlflVrctico there l is between
inunccment' of this ( ) f trig eigarel te'pack- see a really

roject was made here Denver wasn't getting a fair ,, r, u: w Including those i<'r'iM*
bv c H Coulter of break. Neither in fact was y"'I" ?a glnmlne jHicr or tinlinnry cigarette.V .
.
!

ple who really knew how good ( te protection against. tlijfrrencv and you certainly can taste the dif-

Milton Two forestry' Camels. could hewere the folks .. .1 crevice,
tration plots of three acres right here in Winstoii-Sulctn.
*ve been planted and p All cigurottfs/ tut IIU'I./I: Of course wo'ro prejudiced. .

Tanged by students at That was due to a factor no to dry out rapidly from \\'e always bare believed that Camel Is the :

"Igh lots School. The cigarette manufacturer bad I day they arc released from world's kcal cigarette.
were planted last week
upervlaion of ever been able to control, factory.
George M. Day, Now ice knots It.
'gent of the "
ice. Florida Forestry Naturally there is no difference Only a wtdtorprfHJ/ unite Just treat yourself to Carsick (In the new

whatever in the qualityBok ribs a specially devised Humidor Pack and see if you don't ugrco.II. .

Crestview - Okaloosa
'ne bathing beaches along J. HEYfSOinS! TOII\C.C: :<> (:O II'\NY
>are favorably _._
with some of - --

,meat In the world Is the widow of the donor of the JacksonvilleFlorlda'a pre to a coast guard Tallahassee Employers thru-
i "Nemo "
f Internationally >
Urcus clown and stage Singing Tower in Mountain Lake citrus crop Is given a value of $ number of prisoners out the state today were requested f tlPl'i NTIIfti

who retired from active Sanctuary near here has requested 150,000 based on prices of raids and the by Governor Carlton to do their fOIMS1PEEDUP

'Mp and Is making his home that the tower be called "The ber 1, by.11. A. Marks, federal of station or- part toward relieving unemployment
I Ikaloosa county Singing Tower" and not "The Bok statistician in a recent report I posting of guards at In Florid by giving work to
I IClermontpossibly Florida crop values. This such procedure. permanent residents rather than to
Tower. In a letter addressed to.
no section ed with a similar valuation of $I'f'O transient The governor's roes-
hlorl has seen the 800,000 for last year's crop Mage was issued after he had received ,
c vity this winter that bas the Lake Wales chamber of commerce by Mr. Marka On this basis of vegetables have a petition from unemployed
I process In this section for Mrs. Bok said It was 1029-30 crop of 14,200,000 Cross represent- citrus workers in Polk county.
veen citrus and tung against the wishes of her commercial production parts of Arkansas They stated that they were unableto
lerally hundreds of acres late husband and of her sons and ,' more money gross than the for drought auffer- get work as transients from other -
19 line of Atlantic Coastal herself that the tower be called th'I'I' 500,000 box commercial crop here show. states had beun given employ-
cation and placed In a "Bok Tower." this season. Chronicle said to ment ahead of them. They said
at a few years will see in Pierce and Largo they and their fumlllea were In
reductive column. Tampa-The Florida Citrus Exchange Montlcello-.-Each year the ,' hall donat real need of the necessities of life. I
periodical. The Sealdaweet ean Nitrate of Soda Another wall being They claimed their children had to
Chipiey. Dr. Hathaway, who Chronicle, said today that this Bureau gives a radio to the Pierce and two be taken from school ua they had
'unced his candidacy for state's present citrus crop was or toe schools under one given by other sub- Insufficient clothing.Jacksonville.Probably.
* of Florida several weeks worth 't9I OOOO. These figures who makes the best record In were in the mak --
as In Chipley on business were based on December 1 prices. This year It was won by the shipments. Two the only YourBusinea
''nnected with his re-entry i They were given out by H. A. cllla and Monticello High were sent out of extensive development, that has
IUticS.' < He says he will begin Marks, statistician. In a report on To enter this contest a gone forward steadily for the past
wn ive campaign after the Florida crop values. Last sea- must have at least ten boys few year In this section of FlorIda NATIONAL- IIKO.\DCAST!
'
in at the legislature that he son's crop was valued at $49,800- three acres of corn or ,JI\ore. "Producing Tung the plans of the National Lead Gainesville Fla. -The National
iTfii
.
"Went will place him at : Doc, although, It was 8,300.000 which they must use nlrtate I Aid of Cattle" was company for Improving a great 4-II Club program for March will
'ad of Florida government. boxes less In volume than this soda. The award l la ba ed"on Interesting story area on the Atlantic coast, south be broadcast over a nation-wide
year's total. per acre, cash per bushel, Tung 011 Industry of Jacksonville Beach are annum- N. B. hook-up Saturday March
DeFunlak Springs-The ber of hours student worked by the King Ing such proportions aa to attract 1, from 12:30: to 1-30: p. m.. eastern
0-'( 'It, derrick which will River Junction:Interesting to ber of acres, and In ad'VJIon. S t according to U. F. general attention The lands owned standard time the U. S. Depart
"it I ) put down a hole In I the people of River Junction Is the eral other factors are con: I story which was by the company consist of miles ment of Agriculture has announced. -
r h to a depth of news of the fact that the town I in 56 leading ,:of OCean front, In Duval and St. .
''r9 than a mile, if such be I I I forces have started clearing the Key West Ah inquiry Into I the United State :;Johns county and it Is proposed to Music from Germany and Austria -
necessary, In the search of i right of way for the River June- tion of federal prohibition 'i It was also carried bring into a high state of usefulness will be furnished ,by the V. S.
.d gas In West ion-Cbattahoochee pavement In transporting alleged liquor Cuban and Chilean a large acreage directly online Marine Hand. Club members and
1cere Step In INch Florida a direction the which Is to follow soon. Superin- violators through the naval I text of the story I of the Atlantic Coastal highway leaders from Welt Virginia and
e I itate' history. U tendent Ben Hunt has bad a forceat tlon here without permission made In I the link between Jacksonville Michigan\ and Dr. C. B. Smith U.
Ito J1 Hilt Site. some completed nine work for several days moving Instituted today by Captain ( cultivation of tung I Beach and St. Augustine now near- S. Department of Agriculture, will i'
DeFunlak back fences removing trees and T. Manner' station success made with ,ing completion. be the principal speaker. r
Springs. stumps and generally clearing the The Investigation was In the groves -- Florida stations that will carry .
Tarp SPringS-_ way for the long looked for paved Captain Menner sail as a .. 1. used aa a cover Key West Joe Cook opened the program are WJAX WIOD. }

> rrlftie battle Following during wI: I road. of dry officer marching I bake shop at 905 Elizabeth street and W3UN.l'tI.ItCIi :





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M ,*, wte" Myrtie RISIXGMr :: and sympahdne wt.3II'! Jbesa ..uo woer tt- aye 4t zn V"ad ,.. .aa-.r; Y '
.. ... Vera 0I1IJret Mr. Jjtxiaa Tbtmaaca anderdPsatdg'ncd toot tikiuiMi a.ete- a= fee (fen-wmi 4/Y.aQYaauu Jul ',sere t I
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\r .t soars.. .U1Ae/ Hemtt wsy. Jackswaniae. area .a.. h. 1S bar l7.r"""' Iwd eI ce rag a.rw rein.. tear 4dfer .4 .s: '
\ Is5ocietv1 f3teabetJa CV'stgY.erlle rpmdtag wU&e at book iQage I 'the: Jour Seas . t.e.A.dnt at taw ,ML4mNM to: ayyt. .
Katie FKca.'U.
Floyd ca nbr, .Mr ttawto, !'Mnk a of!".<* _)I.... Fi.raaa, 4e asre aroa _-.lIJ! Ibv u.k_ ....
Mae Ward told Vir nil AJ- a few ywucjr talks arena MluM, JBUH 4e. 13w: .U.+ oAtr7 e0asr.t. lit ita 1'.0- +wlaeee
ra.rt"L :Mr Tn TMoos mod Mr Jack Ward bare> eII>Dyt S a wrier mast given. A J> KML. iitjbmniMt t- alrat.Yeee. 1440 ... van" 1.1_eroe. ,
I ". J'saM SwJD wW a* ores tn..ouat tree
a3 fA JvtijicinrrSIJe, were a sing Vy :wJQ1.e at the borne j ..IfId.-f.. :tent we e
Orley ,
:. and relative here 5=a&a7.I' IUHJ't ... .. .s ...air.u.. Te3arw
tpr4 f-
the t walla. Mra. .w1tH1t'II.tAD.> Mis M OM.'Ii"fi! (''LI.'JS OFx4144 ideals rf bar graadfiaretBlLs. Mr. and :w.ra..IbID fiuilllxi' n <* ed W".t&JI" etuoi'' II" .
MLM, "EJA.4sYJJL'K ""ff1'I'EBroa by: i Mi..Kn. Owe Wfles. MraT .*c be prsaeea! el eelss ;a was par I lIIMo.c:8t'OMI! : oC'rII1UII't1I'' r... eye
t ;1 Mrs. "'."+, Drlrrlse:; ,A *k Ray i4' hw 4enct k.II:1 al. ta4 1fT"' .EKE 'TO A. Oraw&ra and Miss DeOa i f fCrawes1(4 fC&e of Starke. SatienSay eve- j ram? ta.t..lewttes. w atdr siftr'd sae atra4- I Deal. ael .ma.e x
Mod% C4eeetr ieeeee..a.. a rer.crVtaem -.,IiGal. tie- r.
:t rwed with try Mra < eIMB. jI era 'II.T T
,1r prayw sIt . 04 1r'O'.aJI .c..fta ,..t.IIIIIo-'
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JacauKmntte -
; were 11rII2-
mitail.aetra tutu. ira frrj T4....- Lavia.g a part MS tax is.v s ash'fA JFtsrke w$1 ; Min XXetHky! gmrt.! i ant :the: ,I .!.II ...fl_r peals'. Faar+idaLYt4i to
A Mrs Tbetbrir :g Mr and Mrs Zary OrawJerdSaodsy : ek end to Starke with Cneada. air ereeer. 0 r Ot.rk s. Fier.4e. I
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Mra. yhntBg. Wed-
f {f 0 at tJM twine Yea D P CarpecUr I ptJJg7aLa were tbrirMar reet3rg : 1 1I .. tarW lull .... 4Al ...",. .. A. I)'_ ,ATT'JUSTBaar . ... K e,.
wit: Mrs T T Lvog and A.diclw. Mra >fwar4s aa4 Mss A>- _II' llli-at 3::. 4.te3ot9t..'I fHAMPTON 1I I .un.. .... ervgnaet '
I _. Mrs E..i Lipwis pst Sasxtoy p wr. AXA Mjax.Cisvk . ....Imw
K .n-.s oo.b'hats. 4erxtaas. Ltt&e Mi! Jsogoei6r'e This n-aB be li* aartjpaai: knuaaess I. :r' 1
l Yes Bryaat '' and Ducia .mtUt pll'. and ut 3ctnHaar 'nirii and Meadsy at Het 31 rteiawgjtai I I >f < CHrwrertw ... . ":yevaaeiiti
btca.icg Mrs lE P v.a4hfrte. aryohot 'AJIIIItNoa" rmMrtAz e&ttirs c "'T"nJIjV'l" : atteee ai.> a. .., d +- 1..
t.M peaa.4 ''W be -..- -
tac.dl4I Mrs J, M. Soustfa.: Mra J W. K\III'-j\ ,+!.l>o was very HLItr. : II, Capra ar1.r/t
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t the awtr4rnd ..""'" tt tfc* .ISw very I / C teem. ore 11X:;: "
I i I A .*aa4 )*wjne auJ bat .-. wasMarred. c- Mrs/ L. G Pnwe$. Mrs H. C.I I I Arthur McRa: : spent SwJtara -': MJT and! Mrs Jd.. jr y aajfieaaaat off; .-....101-..... !, -. -
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47wtrty! c--l" b riCc-: .allied atc i! TJ *e p1tM't were: Mra. ;tskla3f Mra. X A. J\4IJd\ > ao4 Mrs E :: ,. zuCbt with Rr. W. E. Half all IPDast City fear reoexaly team U* i, i,.i ter'* *.C..-Y1t..ttlti. ..,t .
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ar.Eree
u..1* taM<<. sans. IOIIIIDII 1Lras-1|W. K Ms******. Mss E. & :MaiSs i M. Jt.bLL Gr_ Owe Sprtegs, feiA* et Mrs. Spaikxuaxfar : tca2b- elk l1nBfa.i1t4.n( .,.fi .
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.a44 b.... '' >..... era J W A.1a&ewL Jr,. I Mr Jofca.: Wix**er -r4 Crettvtew. ""' Mr WBL HStXa.Jxmes Bis ClMnrt .T OMHI.t1Jroaee. .... BraKOTA.TE *-.I.tstt, anotsowni..1Ioo., ." ,
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Mh'.tttJ (
pads nor tiit
Jar; it** ferfcle to tamlatj IMT rare ::Mm Lxnate Harlry fast MT Eo Et4-I CIECLKH OF THE:: BAPTIST 1 was visittfig bin sister Mrs J VTMsRa ,t I Walter bas aastmt+4 , .. r.-.q" OF, 9rbp &. I''I :' ltgt' ,.< ?.r :
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b'l'b>> tautd rauch melee. trails Mn H. Jt ,..7w, Mrs- A. w. M J' >rill:i 2t avterRv idlaf"l't c4 the 148Sng stare e.ut ,,_ K HH-'IA.< D..iaaa I i iTe : .attn.1. it.. .. \ ,
I Mra. J I Mrs W EL Hall tfCTWBB ff, vacated Mrs .(tie bsirw. ..... reps elite arilvane. 1 -I 1.tatosetws .
ax <
that by
Ajmetta w
Mass Ray ton-n. a* ,
Adkcaa dl
!u.t'Id..uIa Mia P arl *..*. wiD- Z. I .. ter all taaeettel i.'Le .' IJIO! rata i art!//r..".

1 t':;r r iK ... -*pi ryrvp pttdter trot ,! J. W WbU*. Mra L. D. Vlslsng.Mtm .. Tb CTr'das GI the B.;(tet W :M Cart Sprtacs were Blamer ;Me Lee Bostwick. st.vt.r i 1Dt
va v r. (L a kltrfftem. Uri R.. L, Pk wa*\ W." F. Jaw. Mrs. O. W S WEO wart Mabdar ajterawoo at gears of )Iz. M& )!. *. W. R Hats- : Beov., F. M. Taytw and CacaBr.: '; .A :. .*hear sSH beer AIMI far tier ,QewfI .

r ; rafted a van f'-r the ..... :. Witt. Mrs 1. ..... Zxarta :Mrs. O. 3.1o Cctock.. to beOrel t amaenh.tgtom. / .,Is. ........,.. :M s. Ada 3 ttplln6 and :Mra. t J apgY.date.na p. e0 as .-. eaeraarr. .in I -Fee l.wtrpdens tar .'. )17. 'h'

m&1 MHK '/ukiA* rteIwvlab- L Hay**, Mrs T. J Cf !'Ia-.l : Jet aa4 Mm H.. H Lewis were.',|p!tast were risttmc o Startle ewe I'tin* akO i* el totter are renew 4Nre4.r, oar S7tt aaa 4 ter.es.Ltervetlte t.aopwr ; ?r8..1..f T t

G P. ;I :KrLwtt' sister.. Mr I 1("" _. .i.>.t J.I'
3 tM flsing. rc.a'b M3sa Mr W. O Haita.T :: Xo i- Mrs P.eyzcawt vttttkftff 'tireoetsy'; .wc.w.-: roa en 1/aaes.T dMo ,
p :t Ollewe!/ Moll and of : lea eer t-d.aarl''a. 1 0. mFLL ee arhe.ahte'r .40 & "'.et.n
Monday were ac- : Rev ldtteirtdty pastor ,
3rWMwa4tallag pitr- theI W wtSrn.t.r L18Fen
I lunar I, aslI. pt't.1CiI. e,IIJ t.e 6t.ri.amd : .
' -* for tbit' bell taw. Mints J4.4pfa MABKfJ AMUIJWSVTbe I IHL"T CIIcIe JOL. 2-Mra S. F. Haa- I "C" *_ !sane* by kin taaOktr.M ..First:! Baptist ebartti (4 U.. .....,._. "'..._ a ea6.W. +k laasrse aat.... I -.*. V....lr..a. "*j* rHjit jf J.J.I
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MftfAoB w
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; %!/ Aga *"** viaftSBtf TJ1 Mi. Ednaanj2 : .... alia 3_ __ ....u.-
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T, 0 .4Ma. cfenA .. e-.J Sit. Mar '. kvaara otf tie'W.iw' I i.... .areee, Se Mtmaueara, ,..r
aw.4.nrt Mra. H Tfctaia Lewis flooday. j Henidua and party s ere fee ... wUn, u.rttre I
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f la a aMwaeal. tars MoW! (,iU tank : at MaM iimsirrut nave
tl nl the a' > ABtnBiary fAWKIAlf-ALK1 i aauiMra> <_ ...- r.isRATS
r JUUfc wa* .w prtw R J. p>..it e1sW.Iae.dsy .. ,.,
SMietaB$ with :Mn I J fa WjJinw* SBjr < *< esl the! ntiti'i .
I T. P. 17. Felt DI
JDI 111b terganJ program.wWdi was at Hotrf Haeapton: TtaurBday. j'f .,ease Caws e.C itu4d'satd: +. ,t.u1.-
tlelegadlag: 4cw br Unrernmaa' afterucmM1. Mr and Mrs 3 M .kcs td II reader** fcere Saaday aigM. by the:: ; 27ta :Mr H/MMm is bead of 'UM! I. .i'.;.,.,......, ..... .0.110 4as ed 3taatdt- !
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J CH aj 0. dIer.ai whUe piaytac the rule tine of tote OI*acid Stiver OIltrJag.asaAtLas Fort Whttettaaemsttje i V.fattwtk E. T P. V.Dcts't Ins HwMcei: sad Sra Co- ef< Dow-'i iI A. XX tell Opt A. OAXIMtXKR I,

rf a f gypsy J regVe.ted D .e e4 t"rehal* \ w A* 1DI :Je'. eerie t l
b ; G. J"va'eG IMSW. age XIMMU 'pe salver.wtJete ar. to. be c4U1m dsnjttrr afelt and Sea-toy *>r Rev. C. ; trip with Mr Root acUagas .......... .'
IbMiad eke cetued Uxttr: r./HIIl.1::/ gold JBd MSBS Leoraie Mae BUtem A etarke I A.. Croetoy: and: B. T P U. J3maayaigbt I host; and aa enjoyable time wasbadbyalL SNAP. 'U>4 they k:>
} a* + r.raoIk: toU a emrarnmaton wrvfc* for; to atM o'cluck.THERESSA. !I .111.'O'I'I liini. ZHiat fate w a .
aUir-e 1II1UI b
9 la eweDjrt gypsy ten utoatOatr, la tbnreb mtsntaMM l a.tUII'J TaBLatass. Mr. R. D. Ilawkxos ut Slark 'I :i, UrL Cecil Masaize and oo.Krot. i try a jotrikas: '. Oath and 1101J
large park: over to t>e ptaoed in Rage Hall f I totfc IL KiM c
peat ? !4J
.cd flee at Wauktwmab. FtoridaMarcfa were vWUrs here The Mate .( FlMrt*.. i. V.e'4uLeniete.
.be U44 1DUIt' : gruxtrtattooer I J
p eU1 as a xaeewnriat W the late EabepI,/ Creatia. get IL\T-SN.VP.' Tkrt! 's. -
after 1rk1a .b.... arJ4j fctfcrMe I the firstThe 1 1I I Mr..L:)(! Mrs. W. J. :
ISdwia Go Weed t.i.'j I. <-! -lisa .., ......_ .. .- I XSe< _.ae-l abe I
add crernacy was pertsirna** fcyBcv treated+ to an .. Ban oil C4 ma ther
sated the ab0 Ube rntxire. the.Ie G4 ; 4 t* < ,1aIiaC
Y 'tb5 her ""I"pack PIuIiI.-re..se fat Jwee h Bartoa at Waakexi&h.Mr I ftlUm ...11a.aa.>> Cor.Mr thts _k. One at their ha.t.0 p eaaee aesilspa u. the Ctr- Paltry: hlbrhea er C liar
; to r yre + and to. Ui rwsCor ts ...par 8te4feM c- .
neat r.n
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eamfy, Saturday ; tic sire eat a tRe'ase.
to tat'r. As Mra. aJlllllhtkreIt sad but roIIIaD'r.d. sad Met Hawkias are caak- I frtcods from:: the Ideal. town cfM : F.......... wlwwtN ...

O e peo d M fife\ IvaaA 00017 *#* ***-', t rginaIe takoa atos' naiads week and t tsalla- tcg etarke theta bees> i a. EL Triert was a baedaeee.I CoH. S. c... paid them:! a rilllt..1 ta.g ':ore",,%A.reta4aa., =itndE to:aal.ibaetea = tL5.-S.WOfM, er. MHL. .p I San

tul aa veil aa useful g1la frooi titerIt1rr.6s. 1 i vislUir to JaekscaTBte Monday. wfaOe aa tbeir hoaerDcmm trip drf+....... Is.. e.-r.uddemt of the
tag tferxttffe .a.-t. MEN f). P. CAKFEVTEBEXTUtTAIVS 1 Mr. and Mr, '". 11[, PbIIIip& 'tm rtagh, SuRD,. FScrJrta. The bap- _.... .t Pleads". gar that rws. f am and --=:-.::r :-
: After tbe tm MiadlournodL -ttDI' w.s I-D' 9N wst" ""stx,,,. jurun ,. 1 ber b no lei Hiag%, of farted; : !.
:: an4'wife .i; I t1x13
A favors ... aa tstrrrcticff Programwe. Tuesday. from CHo. S. C. They win reborn ....... s,e ,.f a ...w>.MUt el.nn wt.oeto and Gueraatetdx.
.; _tId pet xvr-1&II f preiiestcxlApaper d ,t.. .. ta,4 OI..r."e.'I.' . tart. T"-.e a
t""J : &.n bt."ti Drug Jars.
Mrs D P boii: rS4orr.
.1 was
; Carpeatvr to that borne ia Laareaborg. .
: tto seratd by the tsNttctata t ,, I Haas EtiSM. PJuatpB of Iftsml shortly ...A d.1.t I"I, ( T'" tb nee u9
oo >St. I.u7s4'r Hoa5.etal' U bers of Ube Sew sad So dab .. .. .., fii tit,u. I"1&
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UM faUawtog r.eU' Mra, S. first > a ei f pct the we had with her cans N. C. were Mr. Parkerbolds :1 a. ,0: -' '.pier' a L..1 fw
sad<< UM pmtopced ,
in fazaogbai. >
i.. vim. Mtes Betty ( tuait of a new txirihSng' to oost *5AO.000 .' WedaeMtay evtafmg at bar borne WJ I--. :ITHIIM HJUI sad: Mildred PbitBf ., a respomeflil ponUoa with ._ .
trtt -- -
p lint MlM EUxrt Crtfita. Cherry *. tae Carolina rower Ctoeopaay
read. A on "Grvstbat
)firddktrni, U nP1ark: "It.UDbet'"J was paper excaads The: bocteus utied caieodsslas aadswe :Hr. and Mrs D W. here, v re, Mrs. Otrtrade Roberts e* Lake-
n Crystal: City Texas t ; d ttww Ur. It C *!. lest the OrorcSi Keep Pace.." TJstspaper ', 'TIIIIon to atarke Saturday after- Grocery Specials
for I.bH7 tzifcirauU gathering. : Mr.: and
of her :
.. i a I guests: parents.
Ehusc P (ki&*. MM v.-r'i ut f rtb tbe aetils of three ;
,nacc.Mr.
At the elos of a p3 asaatty rpeat .
:Mrs Nirata Wysin.Mra
naexlez;; Mm 8. U Peck. Mr C. 1' ia tot Sander A&J itrm. C. SaffiTaa and I
cfcarcfe touildtogs tatting. a salad course was, served : of Oocnecticut a'
Cannon :
Mrs T J AJdermna.Mr cMVJrtn were vii ttrrs to SurkeSatontay :
4Ukn>sam. .
Car 4 Sir Mra CA.. the fcUowwc guest- the guest' of her parent. Mr. and
O. Lv Beariey 1
Ute ,
Kci tit. Mrs L. G. Pvwtii. Mra.OUa above tit two cawrcta pro> ets at tend PtiertaPlata 1 Mrs: O. L. E ariey Mrs J. W. ; DF. B. F. Joiin of Cs ecvtle. Mrs. J. SL ForbesMrs. 10 Ifjs. Sugar white sacks - - SOc ;

4 e7i Wbite. Ups G. C WbJte. Mrs.CfaaAbertia bvOnKeg a :Kineaid. of CalletUburr. Ky. :Mra sag a visitor to Tberenw. Sunday.'i F. C Gould U baring berproperty : I ,
Domisican RepcUIC
aid MAM Peed Jordan ia the & S. CarrolX Mrs. S. P. Vaadrrtere, Mrs. M. Hafci and: -. Cairto( I on! Main street: repaired !

'.' i:make of tup the the Episcopal advance. churcb work program this I Mrs. T T. Ltq-. Mrs. Cbatsberlia.Miss I,were transacting bustoeu: Intarke i i and repainted< this week. I 5 Pounds Good BLUE ROSE RICE Sit
Miss Madge MSddQeton. Eunice -
A'J : Mcoday. i :
year Pe lduL Miss Florence Mat; "O"It"CTIa.f. MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 3k
; Mrs. A U FoQiraa and IStUeon.
( METIIOD1KT MIH.MOXAKVCIttCLEH I
J ez-f
EXTiatTAIJiKO, : I Mrs. If. V.. KnlzSt rendered with ber thews. Mi* Ethel Griffin. Miss::. Othraa.. rlaited Mrm. SuHJraa'B j jI ICe... .r Fords I. W C. )1<,- CHARMER COFFEE _ _ Kt

0 1 ,puaite:: UchnVjue: a pianofwJo. :Mia Cruber and Miss> Betty Cbambertia. mother. Mr*. David Jooea. of I Call. Orerttie. ; i GOOD FOUR STRING BROOM 5*
.
"The Lament cf the I "I U app...a.... by lfW.arit: appeade'd
'
M The Harriet Peek Circle met at Hampton Friday." ''t.G 1M BIB 0' CvMptotat la the C1I.aa-
Davis Ik
S Mrs gave Ro6eL"i i I. the Clnrvit CORNED BEEF per can _ _
1 caaee pe.4lae ,
I1u Melrove
Jordan and Mr
I ;
with 1
IL 1SCeant
P. Long
th !wIDe of Mrs. mimber. -l/Axaour' f\r..vrtm A.VD( MRS. E. M.KVTEKTAKV I. and tor Ur4fo C......trFlorida. .
M sr Mra E. K. Perryman ao4 Un.I.IA1g L'Amaur." (" Ie. A. Knight of Stoke were IAI I vbrl. MtMr4 MdCall I*
Brains25t
JOfLS 2 Cooked
I iC.Mplafaaat sad W C McCall I*
Tellww' as- J our Tillage Thursday.Itemra. 1 cans
} 1
borteiuwa. At the e ekclua1 of the program' I d4.ft 5JSt. tfemi tae MM l. .. a.rdIuoI were used ia J W. W. PacUuuca and: S. ,, aon-ml4iatt tt Ut* ....... "fFlorltta.
mJnt and 1 i ihuigtttfrn a.
,
Mrs. Davis aarteted by ber young : LARGE CAN !* '
Senator aid Mrs. E. M. James) I EL Tried were business TisStx r to} and tut bin r<.*dnui >. TRIPE _ .
<> >
1 !a deatatIg the rooms. < Ida Lulu, and Marjorie were heal and bocUais to members >ka' ...... and ......* !. no POO"- >a latk WHITE '.
The circle leader Yr.. Wood served nfn'IID ta. : Icterlaebea Monday.Mr i iI *ta1... of J orKta tb. arretce of IlACO.per pound _ >cBACOX
dainty of their club Thursday
Uv buine* cacetlcc :I bridge evening !I and Mn. C. J. Lewis of I fJackwavUle PLATES 7-r
a + presided over 1 at their borne: oa Walnutstreet i per pound __ _ -
o and also led< Ue 4n'cAJfma1."Jb.I8e i.1 victUd Mrs u'tria'i JkleS

e rd i taking part on the mlssioo twy MIDGE ...-tKn'Un. airier:Hrs. S. EL Tri e t Sunday.Mr. j 666 Picnic H Cdophane 18c
The effectively I
program were, Mrs. Preaeott. MraA large deoorattxl living: for room the was i I D. 8. Batten visited Msdaughter. i .amsrrrapped per pound

W Aodent'jo. Mlas arty aad E. M J

r t Lung Miss Coburn.Mtaaes played.. Mary. several rie Stump ptaao:and ceieettooa Lois- tag bocteaw of< Cattetxtmrr.booorinr at bridge Mrs., Ky.Tuesday J., and W. KincaW Mrs.afUrjKne --,(other At with spring the sweet close Bowers.peen of the Jonquils evening and. :Ieblidren:';I day.Mr.: and Mrm.J. J.B.R Dickinsoa. Cooper aDd ofJacSucdTOle. i I I LIQUID Cc.Jds.666COPES OR Headache SALVE TABLETSCure Fever : Longhorn Cream Cheese, per lb 22c


., dartos tot social hour. SL P. Vandtviere a recent! brfele.: i KX awarded r" were Mrs. J.added C.. P and. pnz.e.1 a.. viaited their father, BABVS COLD Selox Large Packages __ 7Jc
N'i
d1
served hot tea andeake Et. Patrick's mot was earned I Mr. J. P. Dickiaaaa here Sunday : ;
Tbe bandeau I THREE CIIIPSO iff
; aadrelrethesects '' Mr. W; :1C: Wainwrigbt for adding _
tallies ,
Mra out in the deowaUcas.> aftcraooo. I
to Ilea foOovfscr quests'
Cream and white'barcfani i' high scores.> Yip Helen Bryce i! Mr. and Mra. Jobn Hail and clillYklt.ed
Mrs I
Jf.L T c.Ritca.Prescott Mrs., Mrs./ F J.Co-Uey 1C Kitea: .iaterminxled with fern ln <'..... pre following: eoted a guest players prize.Tbe enjoyed. a 1:dyes relatives. here Sunday. FLORIDATHEATRE 8 Grandma \Washing Powders 2ScIJlue

Mrs., A. Vt. Aaderaoo. :Mra Hamilton aaDd: vales. adorned the party 1 Mra Juaaita Storey visited her
Mr. and Mra. C. A.
y R'icto Mrs. ChamberJia. Mrs. room, where the guests were entetta rweet course; sister )I,.. R. :M. Heraey Monday. Label or Red Label Karo Syrup /*<"
Mr. and Mrs. W. :
f i W. C. Parks.! Mra. A. wood Mra. ned. Knight. K.Wa.l.j I I Mr., Cu Sullrran enjoyed: a flab- I
S5eXo.
the wright. :Mr. aad Mrs. J. C Robin- J Ibs. Great i.YorthernJeans or Peas ,
,
bererspe.grertaa of icy trip to smith Lake Monday
Peart Bnyder.Visa
P. J. Pearce. Mra Mrs. J. 1:. and Miss GAINESViLLE, FLA. I
Corpedng SOc
add- ion. 2 Cans Sloke/ey..lloney Pod Peas
_
w LUey Mra. Carl Jofana.: Miss came were enjoyed aDd scores ;( and Tuesday.

Amy Col-urn and Mra. U. S. C.:. ed. Mrs A. Z. Adkina held bleb. Helen Bryce of Bryceville.MK j Mr. and Mra. Jim Butry: -. Xo. 2 Cans, Stolceley's Whole Beets __._ IScXo.

and Mrs., 1C C. fUUh made second.1 ed to JacksonvtD & retum-j'
;
n.u. AKTHUB BttOWN 8UCCfMBH < 2 Cans Stokeley's Whole String Beans 20c
!
;
-
white Miss liazel MMdletoa drew I. abort visit with Mr. and W'I Pro. Week March 5th
t'
AT 8.VMPSOX CITY
t v. f). c.Mra. C1hA1TCKItiTCIiTAitirfl the lucky cut; a gift was presented j jl jl.cb. I F. Wallace. I II I :

( -. The bonoree* were each pre- I Mr. and Mra Jake Carsteaaen I 10 Ibs. Irish Potatoes29c
Mr. Arthur Brown. 44 years of
TODAY
seated fill as memonto's of toe'acaaM. and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
of Sampson Oty. die4 Tuesday -
S. F. Maautek: aad Mra. J. 1 tge. at 10OQ o'clock. February Ii a. PL Swindell Sunday.SAMPSON :
night 3 Ibs. YELLOW lOri
ONIONS
''i ', to UM I The quests were ... follows: Mra.J. "Fighting Caravan"r __
E. Waaoo were busies cooUDued
24th. following a r
x i W T. Weeks CJaapter oC UM V. D. A. Lone, Mrs. J. c.. Rabin oi. Wnesa I WIth ; i LETTUCE nice Large Heads _,. lOc

+s C, oo WedB *4.y after&uua. at Ube Mrs g.. P.Mrs.Vaadrvtere.R. F. Den Mrs.areaMrs.O. LBeastey. > 1\I Funeral Krncwere eoaductcd CITY Gary Cooper ;', i Celery String Beans. Beets Carrots, Rutabagas

fec a. of Her iUxnrtck oo BouthWatent Rev. Smith of Graham and
by :
street. Petwelas sad wlVlpt C A. Kt. &ht. Mrs. IL C. Rlteb.| C. C. Crosby of Starke at 3 o'clock 2rMs ca.. Tb..u Cee.We Lily Damita I :: I Cabbage Tomatoes Lemons,

B. B. CarroO. Mra J. EL Cot- MarshallErnest
"'ra. Tully Oranges Bananas

wt's tae. rata t't'aIqf.n.. A. Z. Adkias", Mrs. W.I d : Brown had been a resident batt ale vke her Sunday Torrence 1 21 Ibs. Great Western self rising Flour.. 7ie

Mrs Darby preofcl. ** aver the M. Waiawriftit. Mra. 1C C. watt),of Bradford county an bis life, was morning and evening by the pastor A new epic of the Old West !f
Miss Ethel| 21 Ibs. Doc self rising Flour 85e2J
Mrs Hamilton Ritcfa. RevnS&OeftZri-ake' Butler. I _
MJtM AasteUa Ray
P btl.Ia u. ratdiag. well known and respected to his Added Cartoon. Comedy
Crtrfin. Mis Ilazel Middleton. Mia|, Mr. J. G. Wynn of Lake Wales f Ibs. Whitewater SOc
acted as a cr lary 1st tae aL.cucf rommunlty a good neighbor aDd a Nee_ J Rose rising Flour_
( Mrs HOL Miss Kay U4-1 of tbe Madge MfafcOeUo.: Jolla Harriet! Is .a .-ape here with relti &- k
o RjUb.: Mrs. J. W. Klacaid. of Cat- Christian being member, :-of the 'T' r I i All Flours are guaranteed to be satisfactory or
ovountttePta&s iMr
plans tut tea tmatAtrrf : Baptist burch.<< SATURDAY"The
wars
nmtar* U> t* fcVf< to the sefaml at and Mia Hazel McCoy S of Alatbaa.Tb : J Joa"OO.ODG .ue and children leaves two grand returned! to Tampa Sunday, aftertbq'dfath Last Parade" : Have a complete line of Fertilizers, Sulphur.
rof tfceir beloved father
I
aa early date ebOdrea Mr. and Mra. Jake With
I by:
Crates and
t i Cups. Come in and before
? f see us
iltes Etbi CrttHa chairman ofBiuae Brown' of Sampson City, his father r Jack Holt I

kd. ia tb* ste :1ag cf several : tad mother; three brothers. C. B. Aad a Superb Supporting Cat I i buying.We .

of Ktrpbea Po1 ever popular many frieada of Miss EJvatwlges la earl sad Elam Brown of Samp- Added Conned, sued Art will pay the following prices in trade for
will teamwitb
+ of AabumdaU.
tb crowd la thadhjtsg.
.asZa, Joining f ion City; three sisters, Mrs. Hiram r -
wbicb a/M4 to the:: pieaur Interest of her marriage to Prescott of starts: Mrs. WUlisOyal GUN & Chickens and Eggs:

of the rat etuL Mr. William Jackson Norwood of Monday Tuesday .
and Mrs. Jack Goodg of Heavy Hens over 4 pounds pound 20f
Tb St. PatrkVs Idea was carrtd Kac/ord. N. C. the event oicurrtngF!* Sampsoa City.MOVLYO. Constance Bennett

out in tb refrahweatL A I Saturday evening. Fefcruary< %8t.b..jat . I i Fryers pound 27eCARL'S

lovely stirimp salad oourse with b,/,I Auburadiala Jostle of the'I IPca TO BTAKKJS Robert Montgomery

ore Ua and! cnXIe was ...,.,...... Ttoy! Bennett performed the eerejsvoay. SHELLS ID :

.& green satin abamrrAks w, .v* uwd: }| R., M. Sparkmaa. who recently "The Easiest Way" CASH CORNERPhone

as favors.Meatbers!. I Mra Xvrwwvl la a daughter ofMr purchased tb* Hunt property eoraer !

< prt mt were Mra., EL aid! ors W M. Hod*** of CaD aDd Church streets moved j d: lag eat entire Ha. a*' Added--Comedy sad Act 45 Starke Fla. We Deliver

K. Perrymaa. Mrs C. C White.Mrs. Mark aDd mad JUark her bom Us household good hen this week:i -

r A. M. Darby: Joe,.. EL L. Peek nottU a few awBtba ap when so* tad win occupy the bona Mr., OH* .WEDNESDAY"PASSION ,

Mrs L. A. Davis. Mra. & EL Brvwale went .... AalMtradal*. betac eicplary- parkawa has mad coasiderabl] I < ; : FLOWER"B -

le*. Mrs J. M. Brvwole. Mrs.' W. ed by the Citrus Escbaace.' Mr teprovcmeat to OM grounds, fo slat rr65cof; Korris .

? (L H.aJJ4. Mrs .. F lUmrVk, Mrs K_
J. E. wn. .. Mlaee Arable Pay Xorwwwl of Haaford. Jf. C Fie ajav tad plans .also to remodel the 1* WI t i

.. Madge MlddJetMt and Ethl. ( S1tr b
..4 they wUl re /M* there for a .- : I; < Frcneta
It&.oru.z. few exiatbs befor gong to Worth TLVU/A CLUB OUOAJfOOCDTb price to rid strawberry A -8uSella:. Comedy. If,
Mifme CTHCLCTbe
; Caa4tivaGIMT1fDAV AtSmith's .
4 fields of robins. News: .
t e )rJrrfKRTAlKTJI Madison Street Tennis dub .

PAsmrMarxtreaa was wc-fud Monday evening \ Next Thursday & Fri. ; .
I n.u. WMt aRM Service Station
F' was eat with officers elected as follows: .

rUto 4 to Got some of Mra. T. J Mae eaM>ratd her Mr. Charles Darby, pretII aIL Starke Hardware & GRETA GARBO

AiiUnn wttfe'Vr*. tostOwJ Wy.' f teetb Wfl Aty sebcvarraftbbq. Mis* Lena Dee Andrews scr- In '

area sal Uri AMerma a. ... tr1tlI. s 4ttLgbttd UrUwtey' party ,I.t ry and treasurer. Furniture Company .INSPIRATION' i Authorized Willard Dealer .,.

t.a.es.lwe.t pa and pfena t
1 sirs -.s.. 4.cL4 Urs4br.tatat T1I LII4 *.,.iiBS*.. -..',cooleatt.aftere0 club baa a p.Mi.sotmbetrb Starker Florida STOCKt _,

t *tJ. ware pAIIId ax "ak." they Area served sad- ..Cfl thirty . --- 1. i MefWy.o"Y "+ .
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AV. MAKC3 ?. 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA I PAGE 1VR

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---r attend the W. O. W. convention I In and Mrs. Levy Norman at Vanderbilt -('FEDERATION OFWOMEN'S R.\TE DECISION Sl'NDAV: EVENING: AT TilE

Gainesville next week. She will I 1 REAFFIRMED! : METHODIST CIIVRCH
i \
CLUBS
submit a complete report of the R. S. Rosier. and Frank Crews I ." -

Bits of: Starke Grove No. 278, which 1s'were visitors Rajlford! Saturday J I MEET PENSACOLA. !Fruit and Vegetable, Railroad Finding Last Sunday..at the Methodist
night. I I will Shipper'ofState church was .marked by unusually
rated ; Save
the banner at
among groves - I ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and I I Interesting services la the mornIng -
national headquarters.Dr. Federation of Worn- $400.000 a Yes
The Florida
Mr. the music under the direr
children. and Mrs. Leslie Mc- i was
l cal .Tevh Clellan Mrs. Willie Reddish and I i!'en's Club will" meet March 10-12'1 Lion of Mrs. D. E Knight and a
G. P. Raymond. Mr. J. F. Inclusive. In the city of The Interstate commerce com
children :Mrs. J. S. Sapp and chil 'I I full choir rendered an Inspiring anthem
Klckliter. Mr. Morris Langford !where a most interesting program j mission has reaffirmed its previous '
dren the and The Rev
were guests of B. E. Ros- hymns. pastor.
Mrs. Alice Langford. Mrs. W. J.Eppel'BOn I has been The decision on rates for refrigeration
arranged. delegates
Concerning Our People Business and ier and mother Sunday. I W. F Jones preached a forceful
and Mrs. H. L. Brown- | from central and south Florida en- cars moving fruits berrlt'8.vegetablE'S ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peel sermon on the right use of
spent I money
Progress of the County and Town. lee motored to Gainesville Thurs- 'route will spend Monday night. and melons from the
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs: Waldo --emphasizing: our stewardship according
day to hear Dr. Parks Cadman March 9th at Marlanna where southeastern states to points in
PrIngle. ': to the Blbe! standard. The
I ;U, speak. B. E, R. S., and J. F. Rosier: they will be given a most delightful the northeastern metropolitan pastor received into the church by
were visitors to reception at Hotel. Chipola by area according to announcement I certificate the :
Starke Saturday, following persons
RECORD Mr. and'Mrs. F. Feldman their I Woman's 'Club of that Tuesday by the state railroad commission. -
\\'E.\TIIER Mr. and Mrs. J. M. BrOwnlee.1 afternoon. the city. Mrs. L. D. Vinlng, :Miss Verna Lll-
grandson Wilfred Fledman and .
:Mrs.:! S. E. Brownlee and Martha Mrs. J. E. Rosier spent Satur- Among other features will be mu- ley and Mrs. M A. hew
Starke branch U. I Charles Williams of Maplewood N. sic furnished by Marlanna's newly) State railroad commission rate
by I
r mpited Brownlee. spent Saturday In Jack- 'day afternoon with her daughter The evening hour was! devoted to
'
.J. last week of Mr.
.. Department were guests organized band. Thousands of statisticians said the order would
II' .stry sonville. i Mrs. Willie Reddish an educational program, giving
Mar. 5. 1931. and Mrs. John Uglow. Mrs. Feldman beautiful flowers from Chipola1 I mean an annual saving of from
ending 1 1100.000
ss Mr. and Mrs It S. Rosier attended finish to the Kingdom Extension
who is Mrs. Uglow's sister : GaNt'nsI.1lI the lobbies and $ to $500,000 for shippers
grace l
the B. Y. P u for station The
at
.e Max. MIn. Precip. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- will spend a while here. : meeting rooms. i'I In the southern area. Most of program charge. ,. ,
Rising Sunday nigi:t. following lawmen dell- r 'd <'h
Land will be the: guests of :Mr, and I I Mariunna. one of Florida's most i these shipments move out of Florida I
.'.
57 39 -- -- +- -- but interacting I\ !"
Mrs.. H. L. Brownlee for the weekend Mrs. William Owen of St. Au- historic, attractive and hospitable they naldFunn very
. 64 46 I _. D. K Knight s. S,I, P f K
gustine formerly Miss Dorothy of cities will make an earnest bid for j -.---- .
.. 69 55 T. Perryman and II V.1\"
1 East Palatka died at the St Augustine -
convention
67 52 .1-1 I BROOKERMl the Federation's scene II u>>.\\IS AT- I The finances of the
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez of Hospital. Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1932. This city has been the ,i ,
44 rOl.VTED Jl'STICK progressing nic Iy a-- :
77 .
following 1brief \Illness. Mrs I Vsrr l.nlnrr. Tor,
. 60 39 1.23 Jacksonville, spent the week-end I jof many notable occasions during I I has' generously offer I '
; Owen has friends here who will regret -
with Mrs. Alvarez' Mr. the two
I past
parents years
.
:
'' the conferrm '
.08
61' 3-1 Governor: Carlton Tuesday announced fifty on this
Mr. L. CI
to learn of her death. <"motl.nd children oHellbronn. < !
.. features
and :Mrs. ) V. Moore.> : : ple promise many unique! ,
This
dU'nll, for week 1.45: In. spent V "' week-end herewith the appointment of Attorney I salary i-
__-. : 'iIy'U0113; in addition to the regular program, I General Fred II. Davis as :mounts collected! 1 f.r "".
Mrs. G. R. FrtB'ble left last week Miss Crump, state friends and rclitivea.: .should It secure the event for next: ..
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Mrs. A F. and Miss I justice of the state supreme court
Clean- manager and Mrs. Cresclnzi state Raulerson
Tailor Shop for her home in after yeai-
Chicago a ,,
Lola boat- and of Cary D. Landls of peUanrias t For !Mjers! V> It I Ifltc
r' ;,, sing 11-14-U. visit here with t)r. and Mrs. GoP. drill team captain were gueets Gainey were transacting --- I ,
illpurttni'nt ? ;at:
attorney general. tin;
Lovnry. Wednesday of Miss Amy Moore. BOSS in Starke )last: Saturday. I
FrlJ.ly enroute to Jacksonville they!r Mr. William! \ Ma', burs of Starke, KTKA\\HEItltV :\to\'.: n"T ,I Davta was named l to wucreel ba('.Goo for eonsrru.tipwt i t
i I'' Walnwrlght Jr.. spent i the week with I I II Chief Justice Louie W, Strum wh > office building
here his
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Lowry Margaret were dinner guests cf Miss Gladys spent e' FROM 1'LANT: 01' SKCTJOXj
Gainesville.Ti
? ,n daughter. Mrs. E, .> Waters.' resigned Tuesday to accept nn-
Lowry and Mrs. G. R. Friable -I Williams. i I
I polntment as federal ju.ic"! Ins t tl!I"'
spent Wednesday in St. Aug- ----- Among those uti. riding the bac j Plant City. Flo.. Feb. 2T. -- The
\1. .>ma3 Buch left Tuesday ustine. i Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Jones and i calaureate sermon which was delivered strawberry movement from this I southern district of Florl.ltt

:. !::,.& to be gone for ten days. Mrs. J. H. Rltch Jr., motored to by Rev. Rn\ m,.nd of Starke ''point last week totaled over J.211.1tH .- Governor Carlton said the ,it".

Dr. and Mrs. J. T.hepherd of Gainesville Tuesday morning to at the Brooker junior high school pints of berries the largest mil llhna would be issued" to tJ! ,

Mi .r G Boyd of Oak Hill, is Eustis were the guests of Dr. and hear Dr. Park Cadman speak. I were: Supt. A. J. .riffls<<: of Starke, i movement of the season and appointees, as soon ItI4 Attorni.
relatives here this week. They attended the funeral of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. H Futch, Mr. and :brought the season's total movement General Davis had formally r
Mrs. F. for the
:.iag George Lowry
n .. week-end. Wastes Casey In Alachua In the I Mrs. Wynn of Hampton. I to 4,2t>0,000 pints. Returns to signed hit. cabinet post and nth '
KBcc
Nathan: Prevatt spent Sunday in afternoon. :Misses Gertie a<, I Pearl Johnson growers to date arc approximately necessary arrangements \'old, t
and Novella King mil Messrs. Duf- $63.253: made.
I
aUle.cvard I
3 f k > Bean Seed Giant Stringless
DI- B. S. Carroll will attend the fy Abernathy and 1 Carl Sapp of| Prices dropped during the midI Davis was appointed! v'' )rni'
Tennessee, Bountiful and Valen-
Cabbage and Onion tine. J. F. Kickltter.Mr. semi-annual meeting of the northeast -' Graham attended the dance givenat I die of the week to as low ad 9 and general of Florida) In 1927 and ti BREADProperly
Klckhter. i district of the Florida Dental the home of Mr DocVq.tf'r5 14c a pint. This was thought to be following year was eleced' 1 to
Pats: J t F full tc'Tn. en-1'ns' in 1131! I'' ,r t .
: Society to meet In JacksonvilleMnext Friday night. due to the double holiday this week ;
!J W. H. Sweezy and Mr. Oscar t: Supt. A. J CJriff. of Starke, was berries that he had been a member < u .
and Mrs. E. M. Johns : Tuesday. Dr Boyd S. Gardner : I and because the quality of the baked) bread
t >r Sweezy of River Head Long Island I ,
!louse of from 19: ito
the Brooker school last H'Jresenlalivell
: of visiting was somewhat below that of
of the
chief department
Wedn ,
Ur T J. Griffin spent returned here after a visit -
h: Tuesday made with milk i
and of U
1927
I
was speaker "
a
Jacksonville.E !,dentistry at the Mayo Clinic of Tuesday afternoon.Mr. the early part of the week.
m in. Orlando.
;Hocheetci, Minn., will be the prin- C. S. Kelly\ and ton, Cliff I If the weather continues favorable I house the tatter :.'ar. wholesome, nutritious
-
Knight spent several Senator E. M. Johns, :Mr:! N. D. ,cipal speaker at both afternoon and and "Mr. Johnnie Douglas were I it is expected that this week I II i>t'T\\:-I'S-"-:loin FENCE; : and inexpensive food.
Starke lutTues.1ay.
transacting business! In will of the
the
probably nee peak
L, a t Macclenny:' this week on Walnwright, Sr., and Mrs. W. M. !night sessions. _. I .eason. U\\V IS IN VAIL. '\ 'E: >

.
r .onal business.S' Wainwright made a business trip meeting of Mr. and :Mrs. IV.. nnholster of .
to Tallahassee Monday. The regular monthly Putnam touiii"no. Lena 't, Triangle.identify *
iti Attorney and Mrs. H V. I the Ladles Auxiliary of the First Lake City were visitors" here last I :MANY I'OOK IIRItKIKS AT V V.j . .aw was declared unconstltutlon wia our
: will be held Tuesday. I $
church
made a business trip to Presbyterian
K: Mrs. Lee McDonald and niece -1 Saturday by the Florida supren AMCMfA bread :
...1>.: nvllle Tuesday. Emma Louise Bell, of Jacksonville, I at the church Tuesday evening.. I j New York Feb. 27.- Receipts of I :ouR

were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 10th, at 8 o'clock. Miss Rlrlh* I strawberries this week showed i I The high court of the state d'

Mi and :'Irs.V.. M. Walnwrlghtuo E. Wilson for the week-end. larch B. Hazen, a returned mis- -- some Increase and there were about tot write an opinion but mere
children Thursday in St. from Porto Rico will lec Mr. and Mrs. Frasier Kelly, Central' Florida Bakeries, 'lac.nOiLEY .
spent seven cars on the market Tuesday dated the Putnam county act w;:
Augustine Mayor and Mrs. J. T. Alsop ture. This will be open to the pub- Starke. daughter, Feb. 27th. 'i This was principally because Monday invalid for tiie same: r '" ". -' II

of Jacksonville were guests of Jr"1 lic and everyone interested is invited I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norman, was a holiday. A great deal of ; Marion -_....;.,, 1:... .- law hu

Mr and Mrs. :M. L. Granger of and Mrs. L. A. Davis Friday. I to attend. A silver offeringwill Starke daughter, March 1st. It poor quality was In the offerings. 'wen ..t lrlrlr.n down QUALITY CAKE
Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Manning
Waldo were guests of Mr. and ternoon. be taken. General sales of the best fruit were S. J. Motes attacked the law In DeIiC/OII"Y OdlenMe

Mrs. R C Wall Tuesday. Lawtey daughter, March 3rd. I made at 30 and 38c per quart with a suit to prevent P. M. lagan 4
Mr. and Mrs. N Wainwright. 1' :
Friends CampNo.
Miss Perla Whitten and Miss The members All occasional fancy lots bringing up late sheriff of Putnam county.

Chufas Velvet Beans. Sorgumand Louise Tidwell and Mrs. Howard 138 were pleasantly surprised Penney Farms, daughter, March to 40c. Poorer sold down to 30o from seizing and selling livestock ,

Millet Seeds. J. F. Kickltter.Mr Luck of Raiford were visitors here Friday night when the Starke Win- 3rd.Mr. 'with pints at IS and 20c. which had been impounded.\ .
to and Mrs., C. W. Wilkinson. -
Wednesday.Mr. ners made a special visit up ""'""---- -

E K Perryman and :Mr, L. I their regular meeting and put on Maxvllle. son. Feb. 2Sth. I V W
visitors in for the W. O. W. the competitive Mr. and Mrs ,A. R. Johnson,
A. Davis were business Wm. Baker returned to his I
Jacksonville Sat-I I drill work which will be exemplified Starke, daughter March 2nd
Tuesday.Dr Canada,
home in Fullerton
urday after spending a while herewith .I at the state convention on Mar. -CARD-- --OF-.THINKS- SPECIALS MAR. 6 and 7

O L Haynes and Mr. E. M.: his cousin; :Mr. John Uglow. 9th in GaillesvtUAfter the degree ,
Thomas were business visitors In staff was given camp honors
: W O. W., the council commander We the members of the Starke
the
Waldo Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid of Cattels- by
wish to throughthe
I Mr. Bennett extended to Winners, express
burg Ky., left Thursday for her Invitation to meet lines of the Telegraph, our sincere LEST FOOD CLEARBROOK
Urs 0 E. Stansbury and Miss home after a visit ,here with her the town an appreciation to the members
with them at their regular meeting
Edna Wednesdayin
Stansbury spent sister Mrs. O. L. Beasley. of AU Friends Camp No. 138 for

Jacksonville.Mrs I March Fraser 6th.and when other President officers of W.the A. their splendid cooperation and NUCOA pound - '- - 21c BUTTER pound - - 35c

Peanut Seed. Florida Spanishand I help, also words of good cheer dur ,
Bard- :W. O. W are expected.BOOTSEY'S
Carl of -
Tankersley North Carolina corn seed yellow ing the past few weeks. -
weD. Ky is visiting her sister and white dent Snowflake. Sil- !! (Signed.) Starke Winners. ...
lira! B C Dick.J vermlne, Truckers Favorite Has- GOLDEN AGE I Del Monte-Mclba Halrcs

Ungs Prolific and Stowels Ever- : Blue BUY Schedule*

H Kelly of Brooker was green. J. F. Klckllter. I BEACH i -. Macareni/ cr Spaghetti l PEACHES
among the business visitors to Southbound.931 a. m., 11:31a. : \

Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Dale Vansickel of Gainesville ' m., .:01 p. m., 8:31: p. m, 12:14a. :

spent the week-end with her Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Flanders and m. '/ i DOlhe! lie Cans 19cPILLSBURY'S
and Mr. Harold 1:23 - - iL - -
Squash CUkes Watermelon parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep :Miss Ethel Flanders Norlhbound--8O a* m* : p. pac ge rgc

Cantalope Tomato and Sweet Pepper person. 0 Kirkland of Waycross Ga., m., 4.07: p., m.-,7v53 p. m., 4:43: a. ,

seeds. J. K. Klckllter spent last Sunday here the guests .

Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson and of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson.Mr. m.INFLUENZA
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs: J. Mrs. Dale Vansickel were guests of and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent BEST FLOURA

E. WiLion spent Tuesday in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson in Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs.

KnvlUe. Lawtey Sunday. Waldo Pringle. SPREADINGCheck "balanced" flour-you need it for really perfect baking.
Rance and John Parrish of Union

Dr. S. P Vandiviere of Augusta. Judge A. Z..Adkins, Mrs. M. E. county were visitors here the Colds at once with 666.

Ca, spent the week-end here with Edwards Hazel Adkins Lois Ad- first of the week. Take it as a preventive 6 pounds 27c 12 pounds 51c 24 pounds 99c

relatives. kins and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., visitedin Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and ClIO 666 Salve for Rabies .

Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. children spent Sunday with Mr. '-
Mrs.! E. M. Johns and Mrs. C. A. -- '

Knight spent Friday'in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Earle Middleton STEAM PRESSING COMPANYSUITS '
Wile. 3 for 25c (Combination Sale 2 for 25c
and little daughter. Marjorie Sue, CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED )

of Jacksonville, were guests of Dr.
Mrs. O. J. J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 .
l Beasley and Mrs. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Thursday -
w Kincald spent. Wednesday in :' ANY THREE ARTICLES ANY TWO ARTICLES

JacluonviUe. ,...1 .

Mrs. Clara B. Hazen returnedMissionary ASSORTED JELLORAKER'S WilE A TWORTII
Bush and Pole'Butter Beans'; a- from Porto Rico I will

10 Ford Hook Uma. J. F. Klckllter.Mr. speak at tile Presbyterian church" A DREAM' 'OF"TOMORROW COCONUT, 1-S pound WHOLE {WHEAT FLOUR

Tuesday night. Mar. 10th at 8:00 KELLOGG CORN FLAKES

Hugh Brow Iee, Jr., of Atlanta :- o'clock. POST TO A STIES BREAKFAST CEREAL

is two week's {{' iSijis.u
spending a '. !URN
THREE-MINUTE
acation In Starke with relaUves. Mrs. G. :M. Inman. state officer OATS

- of the Woodmen Circle and.W O.W. GI BITS APPLE JELLY PANCAKE FLOUR

will leave Sunday for Gainesville TALL CARNATION MILK SHREDDED WHEAT

CENT A WORCOLUMN to attend the W. O. W. con Il TALL PET MILK IIEINZ RICE: FLAKES
today
venUon. t': The great captains' of industry TALL VAN CAMP'SSMALL KELLOGG RICE KRISPIES

J o'' who hard merely a vision -,
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dick. Mrs. are men CHIPSO POST WHOLE BRAN

_ Carl Tankersley attended the and Chautauqua Miss Carrie at j and energy a generation ago. SMALL SUPER SUDS POST BRAN FLAKES

P'OR REXT t 2 stores Call st.J Keystone Uglow Heights Tuesday eve- "" I 1 + They worked hard they made their CAM A Y TOILET SOAP KELLOGG ALL BRAN

&L J- W. Morgan agent. 2-2O-U ning' I I { dream take shape in concrete and OCTAGON TOILET SOAP ONE POUND LARD
:
: I I PALM OLIVE TOILET
SOAPRITTEIVS ALL CIGARETTES
FOR RENT Mrs. J. C. Robinson Vera Claire I t II t 1'' steel and glass : : : Most likely it
-2 story S bath.
room. Robinson. ., PORK AND BEANS PRINCE ALBERT
Ughtj. well located. Reasonable Robinson John Eldredge I their DANKER whose counsel
was
-. and Granville K. I' ; CAMPBELL'S PORK & BEANS FRENCH'S MUSTARD
oat J. W. 2-20-tf. James Lewis '
___ Morgans ,. and relatives tJd lcaffVthem! their
Lewia, Jr. visited friends and financial TOMATOES NO. 2 CAN HEINZ MUSTARDCONQUEROR

fOR SALE-Auto or radio battery in Jasper Sunday start. Money tim Til It Is to theweaver Cattle Haven Corn No. 2 Can CORNOR PEAS

_J Steam eIIarge: Pressing for less than Co, Starke.half price.ltSAtJtUmlted Mr. and Mrs. J. C. TurniP eed of the Dream of Tomorrowthai ALL BRANDS SNUFF Heinz Med. Kidney Beans

And'OWen David of Mclntosh and this Bank dedicates rtlts sup GRANGER TOBACCO Pound Can Pink Salmon

fOR 'number baby Hiss Fannie Crctter of Jackson- I .--. -- .. : - . ---
thick, Rhode rtlle. were guests of Mr. and Mrs -- port.
I Island,. WhIte :Leghorns i

$12.50 per 100. Also eggs F. A. Sweezy Sunday. .I -


_CRow oarda for sitting 75c. for. 15._W.a27tf.supervision.M. -Ed- .f'Brycevtlle Mi* John Bryce, were Sunday.and guests son.They of)Milton wereaceompaDled Mrs., :The BANK of STARKE. : t". tJ. (i smilE"Where


its Bg lYee J. E. Corpenlng ,
COntnct bon by Mis. Helen ROLL BANK
for C1'Op"t fixed price. Aft HONOR
here > '
Mr3 R. who oad been a visitor. SatMdetlon
W. .
CRTjTIjr, Lane St. Bryee. .
Pa1a***. )'fort. A'erspervlentb. tot for th',4sYsMrs. : I I E. SJiatthewvPres.- .R.1 J. Davis.Cashier. ,

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; i : 4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH

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I t ri! t ] STATE 4-11 POULTRY Florida; Beans Have I I few day win continue rather light -
and that shipments probably will

JUDGING TRIP WON Keen Moving Freely I., not become very heavy until the 1 Hints To HousewivesWeekly 1 1BITS

: j FARM SECTION second or third week in March.
i.li NE.wS BY EUNICE NIXON Tomatoes Increasing,i Pepper from Homo Demonetralioa f Specialists, Tallahassee

of Florida pepperslast
DeLand Fla. A free to the Miami, Fla., Feb. 27.-With the Shipments =!)
-- trip
OF WISDOM:
week decreased to about;, 60 hand under the water,
'
I
Conducted ,
By next Chicago Coliseum Poultry Exposition shipment of a few cars of beans 'few
about'30 less than the ship- seconds. Rinse and
cars or it is .,.,
L T. DYER, County Agent and National Club Con- from the Lake section, carlot ship- ments during the second week in On making cake when fresh the table. tor
'i : gress, has just been given to Eun- ments of the Florida crop Increased milk buttermilk molasses and
,
tt Ii j MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent February. The movement. duringthe -
: 4 ice Nixon 16 old Alachua slightly last week. Including boat
year '
: first part of the week was very sour milk are lacking, use a -cupof Nothing else sweetens \ .
club who the and shipments, total move- 3ei t.
county girl, was
express apple sauce Into which has been
took firmer which
f light, and the market a milk has been
kept .,,
Individual In the ment amounted to about 80 car- well
FLORIDA CAN GROW highest scoring tone toward the end of the stirred a teaspoonful of baking as a solution of baking
March Farm Work Judging contest of the state 4-H lots, an increase of nearly 20 cars week. soda. Besides being ad excellent hot water, In the aii! aw
GRAZING CROPS FOR Poultry Show recently held herein over the shipments of the preceding proporn 'D or.
On Tuesday of this week, best substitute, the sauce makes a' delicious level teaspoonful to a
HOGS EVERY MONTH connection with the Volusia week. were selling mostly spice cake, and without warm water. Let quart of
fancy peppers the
; Hints Given County Fair: Closely trailing Eun- i Because of the somewhat heavier too.When solution
By $2 and $2.25 at the express platform eggs, stand in the vessels long
enough
ice, and chosen to make the tripIf shipments and the approaching to
Gainesville Fla.-Florida hog at Pompano with choice sell- get cold. Pudding dishes ,
''If
R farmers can have from one 16 six she is unable to do 89, was Chas. I holiday in most markets, prices at I Ing mostly around $1. Demand was spreading butter on sand- pans which have been pohand

College Workers grazing crops growing every Lamb, Orange County club boy. Pompano declined toward the end fairly good at those prices, but the wiches or toast, do not try to soft- are easily cleaned this way burned

I month In the year, not only pro- Each judging; team was com- I of last week. Oh Tuesday of this movement was rather light account en the butter, but heat a silver ----

tecting the pigs from worms but posed of three club members, and I week, however, best Bountifulswere of the light rains Tuesday. Qualityof knife by placing it In boiling water. Before leaving cereal in.i "; ujj
i -- teams from Alachua Bradford ,
,
l :r greatly lowering the fattening I selling at $4 and $5.50 and most shipments was reported as The difficulty is overcome at once. boiler over night turn a cup:: "ii
Lake Marion and Vo Fold"
t Gainesville, Fla. Suggestions I cost, according to J. Lee Smith, Orange I Black Valentines $3.50 and $4.50. fairly good. water over It. This will ,
lusia counties The Ala- recent
'. } about some things to do on the district extension agent, who recently competed. Quality of the shipments has been When a recipe calls for sugar a hard crust forming on i tap<
chua the In
V Florida farm during March have outlined some of the cropsto girls were highest scoring t I mostly fair with a slight Improve- and flour, Instead moistening the the morning the water
I i t been made by workers at the College plant team, and were given a $10 cash ment during the last few days. GROW HEALTHY CHICKENS flour with water or milk, stir flour turned off before the mltbe,
cer>"a'!' "-
The team of r
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. of Agriculture, and are copied At this time, he suggested\ the prize. was composed More than half the shipmentsare and sugar together in the dry state.. heated.To .
here to help farmers think of many hogs may be turned on green fieldsof Loraine Chamberlain, Lucile Jones, still being shipped from the (By Spuds Johnson.) Then no lumps will be seen. --
and Eunice Nixon. A team of Lake
t odd jobs In time to do them prop: rye, oats, vetch, or Austrian section around Pompano on the With the chick hatching seasonin give frosting a smooth .
|
11 ' rely.f peas. These crops will produce county boys placed second, Orange east coast but a few cars were full swing It might pay us to To keep cheese moist, wrap it appearance put the frost'.d i glossy ,
and third. MarIon ake
Brood SOto' farrow In March grazing until about April and then county boys fourth girls and Lake- ) shipped from the section around give attention to the growingof In a soft cloth wrung out of vinegar in a warm oven for a few" ..ncu

tkuE + and April should be cleaned, put on produce a crop of grain or manure. county boys fifth. j Lake Okeechobee. Shipments from healthy chicks. All of us who have and keep in an earthen jar, taking care not to let the, t II, "ilns

worm-free ground, and supplied About CO. pounds per acre of nitrate county girls the acreage around the Lake ever raised poultry know that the with the cover slightly raised. get so hot that it will run
1'i' 4 with plenty of nutritious feed; oats, of soda or sulphate of ammonia In the Poultry Show there were probably will increase sharply problem of getting chicks to live .

I ; ; rye, and rape are excellent Feed applied now will producemore 34 exhibitors from eight countles//within a few days providing fa-]1 and grow into healthy birds "is a To clean lettuce is often a nuisance -

;) Home shorts, and a small amount offish grazing and grain. and they entered 180 vorable weather prevails. big one. Perhaps if we would give because of tiny green Insectsor "The best indication of '. total,

h f meal or tankage. Cat-tall millet and sorghum different varieties were represent-I] Carlot shipments of beans so far them a little more attention J H. their eggs In it. Turn on the tenderness in meat Is 'marblnm/ or

J 1 ta Poultry -- Start with quality planted in March will be ready for ed with White, this season amount to 2,003: cars or would pay. cold water faucet slightly, put your. tho distribution of particle, ,"a i rat
-i chicks and provide suitable quarters -I grazing about April and should last Rocks and Rhode Island Red leading { about 240 less than the 2,249 cars The county agent in my county thumb against it so the stream: through the lean."

+ for them. Clean and scrub through July. Then if cowpeas or Officials termed the show a shipped to this date last season. is cooperating with the Extension squirts with force, and hold each

brooder houses. squash are planted In April. they fine quality one, and said much While the movement during the Poultryman at Gainesville in put- leaf, with the broad end in the An early start, good land trod.

Field and Past urn. 0 Plant only should supply grazing from about about the splendid manner in which last two months has been only ting on a "Grow Healthy Chick" f-- seed good fertilizing, /and right
the birds had been fit-
bealthy sugar cane (use no stalks the middle of May until the middleof cleaned and :about half the volume during the campaign. This is the fourth year spraying at the proper time, all together

r, w showing read streaks inside) to August. About the same time, ted. Over $100 prize money was corresponding period last season, it has been running, and I have I I Ir ought to bring success to

control red rot. Plant pasture March and April plantings of early divided between a large number of the heavy fall crop was sufficientto participated in it all four years. [ WRUF FARM PROGRAM II | the watermelon grower.

far crops for May and June grazing. corn, Spanish peanuts cowpeas or entries. The best cockerel was bring total shipments to within They are stressing six factors as I "The Voice of l lorlda."

Pearl or cattail millet planted now soybeans may be used. Watermelons shown by Joe Murreil, Lake county 250 cars of the movement of this affecting the health of baby chicks. I I Hialeah-Sam Bloom, proprietorof

;'ire means Increased grazing 40 to 60 and truck crops that cannotbe and was a White Wyandotte. The .time last season. I These are: Hatch .early; use clean Bloom's Auto Repair and Parts

days later. Get seed corn ready. marketed can also be grazed.A best pullet was a White Leghorn Tomatoes I eggs and keep the chicks clean; Gainesville, Fla.-With the FlorIda Co., located at N. W 17th avenue

, ,m :March i? corn planting time in plot of early corn planted closeto entered by Billy Harris, also of I Lighter shipments of south Flor. see that the brooder houses are Farm Hour scheduled to go on and 23rd st, opened new window

,,4 i h'' West Florida. Plant lespedeza and the feeding lot, and cut and fed Lake county. ida tomatoes and lighter imports clean; give the chicks clean landon the air at noon every day next, glass department.

\\i f(} d t ft S, carpet grass for pasture. while green can be used Just before The birds were judged by DanIel :from both Cuba and Mexico servedto which to run; feed a balanced week, and the monthly All-Florida

u t U.alry--Check records carefully. the corn and peanut fields are Shove, licensed A. P. A. judge; strengthen the market positionof ration; and separate the pullets 4-H Club Program to be presentedby 0

f I,' Give low producing cows feeds low ready for grazing.For and the judging contest winners Florida stock last week. from the cockerels. I have found Marlon county boys and girls AT-SNAP
R
1 In protein, fatten and sell to butcher fall and winter grazing crops were selected and announced by Demand for good tomatoes has that these pay. The Extension Friday night, March 6, from 7 to

;, there are corn, runner peanuts and Norman R. Mehrhof, extension been fairly active and shippers report Poultryman says that the others In 7:30: state radio station WRUF, in KILLS RATS

Cotton -- Plant the rate of one velvet beans, which should be poultryman, Ulan Flavia Gleason, I that it is not difficult to sell the campaign have profited by cooperation with the Agricultural Also ml'Oobsoluttoly prevents

bushel per acre during; the latter planted about March and April, state home demonstration agent, good quality stock on a cash basis. them also. He says that the average Extension Service of the Collegeof odor.* from carcass One package(

i half of this month. Use at least and grazed from September on. and R. W. Blacklock, state boys'club However, there has been a wide loss of chicks by death, in Agriculture, offers rural Floridaa pro\es this. RAT-SNAP comes In

1 q 300 pounds of a complete fertilizer Sweet potatoes and chufas planted agent.Florida. range In quality and a consequentwide flocks where records were kept most Interesting program for cake*-no mixing with other food
.
i per acre. If possible avoid fields about June or July, should be range in prices. Best fancy was 24.26 percent in 1928 and 13. next week Guaranteed. '

f, that were in cotton last year, to reduce ready for grazing about Novemberand Vegetable county in six-basket crates has 37 percent in 1929. The 1928 cam- The Florida Farm Hour, begin- 33o: size 1 cakeenough for

ii, h weevil infestation. should last through April. been sold at prices ranging from paign was the first one; the 1929 ning at 12 o'clock! eastern standard Pantry Kitchen or Cellar.

t, Grove and Orchard -- Fertilize Florida hog growers are also fpr- Shipments Increase $3 to $3.75 according to quality. records showed the results of the time, each day will include.the CSo! size 2 cakesfor Chicken

deciduous fruit not already fed. tunate in that they can have perm- Some rather ordinary quality I good work. following talks: louse. coops, or small building*.
a Citrus: Continue fertilizing young anent pasture for grazing throughout Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 27.- crated have been sold at prices The Extension Poultryman says Sat., Mar 7-Florida Farm $1.2,5 size 5 cakes enough for

trees. Remove banks. Cultivate !- a larger part of the year Vegetable shipments from this ranging $2:25: to $2.75. that these six factors are the fun- News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci all farm and out-buildings! storage

E; .p ; to keep down weeds and should be supplemented with state are showing considerable Increase Shipments are still rather light. damentals of chick production, and 'Snapshots. buildings, or factory buildings.

j p's grass, or Irrigate, or both. Degln enough protein feeds to furnish the and with spring just aroundthe Last week, Florida shipped about that we cannot afford to ignore Mon., Mar. 9-Citrus Grove Cul- Sold and guaruntcrd by Corpcn-

t planting cover crop in non-bearing Those pasture and grazing crops corner and the promise of Im- 110 cars or about 15 less than dur- them. Folks who fall to heed one tivation-E. F. DeBusk. The Val- Ing's Drug Store, The Nyal Store,

groves. Spray in bloom for scab, hogs a balanced
I e, using 3-3-00 Bordeaux plus 1 per recommended supplementing corn spring vegetable deal should be most of the shipping localitiesand those who follow all of them; the Briggs

i' ; cent oil or 1-40 lime-sulphur. Fight with cowpeas, peanuts, or such better than the mid-winter season. the rather ordinary quality of more of the practices that are not Tues., Mar. 10 Corn Insects and

ic, aphids, and watch for rust mites. feeds as fish meal, tankage, or Warm weather during the past much of the stock have done muchto followed, the greater are the losses. Their Control--J. R. Watson. Farm t
Peach and Plum: Spray again with sklmmllk.( Nine pounds of corn to week has been Ideal for the growthof slow up the movement. How- "We can purchase breeding Question Box. & CASKETSAnd

lead arsenate to control curcullo one pound tankage or fish meal celery. Fields that have been ever, imports from both Cuba and' stock .baby chicks and eggs, but Wed., Mar. 11-The Adaption of a Full Line of

(worms), Pecan: Turn under winter would furnish a balanced ration. somewhat delayed are showing up Mexico were lighter last week and I we cannot buy sanitation" he Palms to Ornamental Plantings '
'r+ cover crop and all diseased ma- well and it Is expected shipmentsfor Florida tomatoes met with a fair- says. "Let us all observe the fac- Harold Mowry. Growing Bunch and Undertakers'",' Supplies

terial to assist In the control of the week from the Sanford ly active demand.A tors affecting chick health this Hard Vegetables for Winter Marketing AUTOMOBILE: IIKAKSi;

' i scab and shuckwocm. Do not set SPRAY CUCUMBERS WITH district will increase about 100 year ago Florida was shippingan year and reduce our losses to 10 -"-H. S. McLendon. Always on llnnil. The bmervlc <

r trees after :March 10. Fertilize. BORDEAUX MITURK KACII cars. Quality of the stock is also average of nearly 30 cars of to- percent or less." Thurs, Mar. 12. Care of Farm at the low rat prlirn.Special .

i ;; ;; Garden and Truck-Spray cud WEEK TO CONTROL ItLIOIIT Improving. While demand has con- matoes dally or about twice the Work Stock-C. H. Willoughby, attention to trlrttrnpk

; cumbers with 4-4-50 Bordeaux to tinued-good and prices have gen- volume of last week. Prices a year : CONSERVE TROPICAL PRODUCTS Farm Reporter at Washington. ordersRECISTEIIED
control downy mildew and nail- Gainesville, Fla. -- Cucumber erally held steady it is expectedthat ago were mostly $3 and $350 for Fri., Mar. 13-Methods Used to EMU_\LMFII

bead spot, respectively. Spray on- blight can be controlled by spray the f. o. b. prices will be the best fancy count or about the Get Low Feed Cost Per Dozen DEWITT C. JONES

ions with tobacco extract and soap ing with bordeaux mixture, says slightly lower before the end of same as last week. Miami, Fla.-A series of 15 Eggs-Frank W. Brumley. A studyof

for thripa. Care for seedbed and Dr. G. F. Weber, associate plant the week. The f. o. b. prices have Because of the heavier 0 fall move- meetings were recently held in Methods of Marketing CUcum- STARKE. FLORIDA

make additional plantings of tomatoes pathologist at the Florida Experiment held practHally unchanged for the ment this season, total movement Dade county at which women of bers in Florida-E. E. Timmons. .

eggplants, and peppers.Plant have Station.been Satisfactory obtained many results last fluctuations two weeks on certain with slight sizes dally and to date is heavier than at.this time the home demonstration clubs _._ .... ... -., ..... ___'___..._ ___.___>;
beans, cantaloupes, watermelons, last season. To date, Florida has i studied various ways of using
times with this but it must
cucumbers, sweet corn, cauliflower spray some extra fine quality. shipped about 1,215 cars of tomatoes tropical fruits to make attractive,
kale, and kohlrabi. Transplant be prepared and used properly.Dr. Weather conditions in Califor- or about 500 more than the cheap products for the pantry, Strawberry Plants of I
Weber that the first QualityIn
"' says nia have reacted for the benefit of
tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers. 725 cars shipped to this date last Miss Pansy I. Norton, home dem-
fit should he when
Plant dahlia tubers. spraying applied the Florida celery growers. While season. It was not until March 12 onstration agent, reports.
the second leaves have formed and
the damage caused In Decemberand
last season that shipments exceeded -
TRAIN AND BUS SCHEDULES should be rcpated every week January by frost has practically 1,200 cars.Growers .).__n_ "'" __..:-.._ _.!Io our 51 years aa plant growers this Is the shortest
thereafter as long as the disease is all disappeared, heavy rains dur- and crop of plants we \have. ever produced Its not over 33 percent
shippers expect
Change of train schedules Jan. prevalent. Bordeaux mixture of bur the last ten days caused some that the movement during the next it with Flowers normal( over the entire country Quality of plants. ,
the 2-4-50 formula should be used! Say : the best ever-we are now making
,
4th, as follows: of the stock to crack, so that while shipments into your
It follows: ((1)) dissolve -- ... section.
Prepare as sizes have improved and the - -- -
Southbound No. I, 11:09: p. m? gen eral reasons for the increase in
1r 2 pounds of copper sulfate In 25 1Occasions missionary 1000 to SOOO. $3.50
local. eral quality is better, growth mixed vegetable shipments, one per thousand; 10-
of water dissolve 4 car Flowers For' 000 or over 325.: See
((2))
gallons ; our agents and
Southbound, No. 11, 11:23: a. m., cracks are keeping the stock out of them being the diversified grow- place order. Our
pounds of lime In 25 gallons of of grade. catalog Is free for the asking. ,
q local.
ing that has been taken An-
water; ((3)) pour the sulfate solu- Weather conditions in south up. Agents: Brownlee Bros., A. J. Thomas, Ray Newiom, ,I
i j, Southbound, No. 107, 11:00: a. m., other is that some time ago arrangements -
and the lime solution into a ..... and O. W. Roberts
tion
Lawtey
Ha.
See
'
''y limited. Florida have not been as favorableas were made so that express --- them and place order ,
third container, pouring both at the last week but of to- early" to make sure of wants U'e will hold order.
,s Southbound No. 191,12:04: a. m., I shipments shipments from the state yuor
same time and agitating them well. GERTRUDE GODBEY
limited. matoes' have remained about the
1 could be sent to Jacksonville and .
No. 3, 6:33: a. m. Use wooden containers.For I. same volume. The quality of most assembled into carload ANDERSONPhone I

S Southbound No. 103, 5:10: a. m, further Information and help shipments has remained rather ordinary This arrangement has J. A. BAUERThe
6 limited. call upon your county agent, or, althought there have beena and shlPmentS'j 39 Waldo, Fla.FasMoncdNftwest
"pick up" shipments
S write to the Experiment Station, ... ... - Strawberry Plant Man I
Northbound No. 2, 4SS: a. m., lo- I few cars of fairly good quality ed very successfuL - Judsonla. Ark. Box 21EROiVNLEE

W. Gainesville, Florida. stock. The demand for Florida __ .__ _ _. 0- _ __ __ ___ _. -- -- ..
-- -"-
1 Northbound No. 12, 3:50: p. m., tomatoes has been fairly active I,
local. SOW LESPEDK/A AND with considerable trading done on -__ -
ti
Northbound No. 108, 3.29: lim- CARPRT GRASS! FOR a cash track basis. ..
ited. .'EIUI.\NENT'1'\STtJUES :Most of the beans are still com -- .. --- BROS., Starke, Fla.

.' Northbound No.i, 7:03: p. m., ing from the lower east coast buta

limited. Gainesville, Fla. Lespedeza few cars and several express lots $

Btarke \Vaiinee' Brunch and carpet grass for permanent have been shipped from around the G. W. ROBERTS, Lawtey, Fla.

No. 101 leaves. 7:00 a. m. pastures should be sown some time lake. If there la no frost or other

No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Between the latter part of February unfavorable weather within the

-- and June according to W. next few days shipments from the 1 '1)I) i I IJ ''-'

Blue Bus Schedules' E. Stokes, agronomist at the Flor- lake section should soon exceed J.OU want the exact grade of Fertilizer -
i ;, r ida Experiment Station. those from around Pompano.

I Southbound--9.31: a. m., 11:23: The seed can be sown' on oats, Shipments of peppers decreased a --I F3 that will help you get bigger

a. m., 4:01 p. m., 6:31: p..m,, 12:14a. : rye, peas, or vetch that is being materially and< with the lighter / .
: m. grazed and the animals will cover shipments prices have reacted fa and better crops

Northbound.850: a. m., 1:23: p. the seed sufficiently for germination. vorably. Prices are not much high. IL iI r The Jllfffr Cost from soil.

f m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a. Lespedeza planted about now er than last week but the tone of _t your

nu will furnish some grazing from the market has Improved and a Of Guessing No guesswork
,l Ticket and information at June on, but carpet grass will not much larger percentage of the
Smith's Service Station, next to furnish much until next season. shipments has been sold. about it with

courthouse. Continuous grazing will keep the Thirty-six cars of green peas tl .BESTVALUE-LONO WEARs Dradley's. A
native grass from choking out the have been shipped from the state grade for every crop

Cloning of Mull young carpet grass plants.If I this year whereas the average car- and soil condition. And ready for
North the mixture Is to be sown on lot movement at this time Is not

/ Train No. 12 3:30: p. m. bare lands the land should be prepared -I more than five cars. Quality has Shades \v*. prompt deliveryJ] Ask us for the

-Train No. 4, 6:40: p. m. by breaking or disking. Tho I[ been fine and if prices justify it facts .
which
South seed should be sown and covered may mean the development of a >f prove that Bradley's

r' Train No. 11, 11:00: a. m. with a drag harrow, brush drag, larger acreage next year. There I : Fertilizers "AA
,((1 -Train No. 1, 6:40: p. m or weeder. Usually about 10 lbs were around 1,000 acres planted to ( QUALITY.)

SturkeAannvo 'are planted on each acre, he elated. English peas this year. Price 4 produce bigger and better
-Mail closes 7:00 crops.Y..rl. .
: a. m. not
{, have anything spectacular J.J..tFECT. BY MAIL TO YOU: Q.
vl )' Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. burn under the pecan cover crop, but growers have made SIAIEIcpIA5rI I
money. '\oV 10. I"AY pes T AGE:
and all : .
diseased materials now, to Shipment of mixed cars of vegetables -! ;
No Sunday lervlce. assist In controlling scab and are running from 700 to 800 _IH BRADLEY'S

'}th t No. 12 last train for reglatera.Train huckworms. IDon.t cars ahead of last year at this DOLLAR SILK HOSIER MILLS. eJ .,."J/y _
12 beat air moll connections.
time.
Seminole
ups depend on the moon to January 31 had shipped county 347 through ::BEfuI, t:. r B CDu WILt\t.S-IUUUlE.PA.: :: .w''hg
cars
#il P!rry-PUna airport being1 bere.made for eatebuahing do.plant crops, it haa other things to by freight. Manatee county was FERTILIZERS

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enter into the kingdom of heaven; |t PRESBYTERIANServices ,I in shape to take floods and correct tho deplorable condition. s the first! harbinger- ----of---

but he that doeth the will of my droughts as they come. Unit have resulted from the one, Florida.
,
Father which Is heaven.--Mat-I Sunday, March 8, as Why Is It that so many Southern crop system. But as the commit Florida observes bib,
thew 7::21.PrayerVe. follows: tee wisely pointed out the job Is
and!
Central time. The
farmers will <
out and hoe and
I 10 a. m. Sunday! school J. ?.1. get too big for Just a row working
line Is the \
please Thee most, while ApllJJ.chlcolrlv'r
plow as long as they can see.
Truby. alone and the will not
supt.
Thy word iTs a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: Father, when we live uprightly and 11 a. m. :Morning worship ser- hay crops spoil weeds take the succeed unless it program has the wholehearted Maccienny, county seat ot

helpfully toward our fellow men. mon by the pastor. Theme "l'::nowl- gardens and livestock starves for support of every Richmond ctninty, although
tle2Ttnrbriinf hour All religious)! teaching, doctrine .cr lack of feed and water? Even if Jacksonville, Is only five :
I What is said about those who edge by Experience. county citizen.
creed 1f from
they are to have any claimno they make out of the the Georgia state line
IPA love loyalty and devotion: of the people must be In harmony with wait on the Lord? Answer, read!-- 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor I cotton that any money slave Officials of the National City The St. Johns river is said
hinge of Jesus thE! Christ whose words fit into every fold< end crevice IHU. 40:31.: I topic. What is the Church ? (Con I they over they Hank, of Rome Ga., recently foundon the only liver wholly
) 1umsn h nrt, it was aaId in John 76."NEVER MAN sideration of the church have to turn right around and i
MANhom as an assembly checking the names of 178 firm- borders of the United States
:.
spend it for the let
{ LIKE things they go I
I\larc'h 7, 19U: as an organization a family to waste. ers whose' deposits total $175,000 flows north.

KEKL.Y; : SEKMONKTTE: parted leaving him half dead. Lord Sees All-For the of the body of Christ an ambassador The scarcity of money and the "that every single one of them Silver Springs, in Marlon

-- "There came down a c 'rtalnpriest the Lord run to and from eyes a temple etc.) .' tightness of credit this spring bid, makes regular practice of raising near Ocala, haH greater
oil's Wonderful Love throughout 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song the food and feed! required on
( that andhe the water than other
way; passedby. whole earth, to show him fair to force the reduction of acreage any spring
and .
tom < 16, 17. For God so loved And likewise a Levite * self strong in behalf of those whose sermon.Prayer i devoted to cotton and! other so- his farm." world.
-id, that he gave his only came and looked him heart meetings Wednesday eve- - Tupelo honey,
on and passed is perfect toward him.--2 I called "money crops, thus IOHBCII- produced
ning at 7.30: o'clock.
t Son, that whosoever be-' by on the other side. But a certain Chron. 16::9. 'ing the danger of overpro 1"I.Olnn.'It"ST.N Apahu'hlcol1river valley, I:

i him should not perish,'I Samaritan .came where he PayerMay: our hearts, 0 God Miss Clara B. H.-i'en a brilliant Cut the reduction of only honey known that
life. 17. Form young woman who has spent several uctlon'l I
,ir everlasting: I was: and when he saw him, he had our Father he perfect in love and no longer be an Issue Among crustaceans! l'fi'lorldl'\ granulate or become rancid.
in Porto
not his'Son into the world compassion on him * and boundup obedience toward Thee. years Rico making a farmers concern waters the shrimp! Is the most Jefferson county and !!:

mn the world; but that the his wounds pouring in oil andwine How can we escape from fear? study Uncle of that and Iwlniv1, ; possession' of of all with making the living on prominent. It is taken on all the wero nettled by kinsmen

" ,ugh him might be saved. and set him on his own beast, Answer read laa. 12:2.: work Sam will deliver'd ng missionary the farm.M. cousin' of the Gulf Slates, The friends of Thonvu Jeff,, ',
Thy Kingdom Come! and brought him to the and an address in Virginia Just 100 years 'IKO d
inn the church L. Hancock of Upson cuunty. shrimp lire axed fresh, and nre also -
? lid Jesus say about pass- took care of him. March 8, 1931 Tuesday evening Mar. Georgia has been farming for Florida possesses 3.7'-1 I ml!
preserved by drylngivndcanrilngCrab
/
10 at 8 o'clock.
The
public U In-
others. Fi Fiof
ment on Answer And on the morrow when he departed :!- Saying Goodbye.. Finally brethren vited. thirty years and has yet to buy n are abundant In this section coast lino or about one'

a, imtr 715.SUND.IY. he took out two pence, and farewell De perfect, be of A cordial invitation to all our bushel of corn or a piece of mea in addition to the liiuc Crab common the coast line mileage

gave them to the host, and said good comfort, be of! one mind, lived services extended to all. I And ,It has not been n case of do to the Atlantic coast, there occur I water.nineteen states : "

I unto him Take care of him; an In peace; and the God of love aM , i . ing without, either. His farm fe'd"seventtwl1 the shore crab the lady: or sand
SCHOOL whatsoever thou spendest more peace bhall be with 'ou.-2 Cor. |, people fourteen head' crab and other |>eclt\ of less Im i Iron ore fa found' In Levy >* ;

LESSON I when I come again I will repay 13:11.: I HOW JESts: Sl'OKK i i of work stork thirty head of cat portance.The I I I near Hronwon. The

thee. Which now of these three In whom is I tle and fifty to seventy-five head'I stmie crab which reaches a'!',lis said to have utilized;,

_. I thlnkest thou was neighbor unto Answer leu. everlasting 26:4.: strength? I (By Henry Van Dyke.) of hogs: and $10 will cover his annual large size and la very palatable Is I during' the Civil war for the

LESSON .MARCH 8, 931 him that fell among the thieves? Prayer Help us, Lord to live (I Ills first cradle of Infancy grocery bill. And J. W Moore probably most abundant on the I I I I I I fucture of cannon.

And he said, He that showed so worthily that I Was his mother's knee. of Tift county, Georgia harn't had coast of Florida. It Is a highlyesteemed / ,' If one traveled northward
Good Samaritan.
Thy
The and
Subject mercy on him. Then said Jesus love abide with peace I Then came the manger; to buy feed but once during the 43 food along the const Inhabitants I I Palm Heach and stopped
Golden Text: "Thou shalt" love unto him Go, and do thou like- may us always. 1|After that, life's foil and danger. years that he hits been farming. but It Is: not nought tv avery i latitude of Jacksonville he '

Ihy neighbor as thyself. Levit. wise." Apparently the man rob- :March 9, 1981 The other forty-two years he has grout extent for commercial be In the Atlantic ocean

I bed was a Jew. The Jews and the His first place of rest had surplus.. Mr. Moore says he purpone In Southern Florida tho sixty miles east of the
Lesson Text: Luke 10:25-31. Samaritan were enemies. The Revere The Creator -= Thou art Was his mother's pure breast. expects 1931 to be another goodyear fishermen take considerable quantities ,I city

At the close of last Sunday's les- Jews regarded no Gentile as a worthy 0 Lord to receive glory There he laid his baby head: for him.Specialists. of uplney lobster locally called Jefferson Is the only

on the seventy disciples returnedrom neighbor. The priest and the Lev- and honour and power: for thou There his thirst was fed. at the Ohio State "crawfish" which are mostly which extends from the

their missionary tour, and ite were Jews and church officials. hast created all things and for After that, when his lips were wet University have estimated that the used! for bait and arc sparingly! state line to the Gulf of

old Jesus of their successes. He Both were neighbors to the Injured thy pleasure they are and were .With the bitter cup of youth, farm garden should l produce at eaten. Several species of crawfish It form a verltab'e keystone !

aid to them "Rejoice not, that the Jew, but neither of them rendered created.-Revelation 4:11: i He turned to her who gave him least $300 worth of vegetables each exist In the brackish and! CI'OI1IWit Ing the state together.

putts are subject unto you; but I service or showed love or kindnessto Prayer--O Lord, we, Thy creatures breath- year. Thin figure would seem to ters of the ;gulf region/ but they ar I Florida was the first part

ather rejoice, because"your names their Injured neighbor. But the praises Thee not only for Loving, he could not forget. Indicate that a good garden Is caught for commercial: purpose:, mainland I of what Is now

ire written in heaven. Samaritan who was the Jews Thy power and majesty but for easily worth as much as five to ten only in Louisiana./ j America discovered by
by ,
Today's lesson begins, "Behold, regardless as an and un- Thy love toward us. Ills first saying was without a acres of average cotton. But it hits The shrimp Industry has grow; I'I explorers after the visit to
i certain lawyer stood up, and enemy Who will shine as the stars? Answer I I England by the Norsemen
worthy of consideration, showed word: been amply demonstrated that here to one of the largest of the fUhln erupted him, saying. Master, what both love and brotherhood toward read-Daniel 123.: But his mother heard, In the South with our almost year group In FJorltH. Thousands oi' I year 1000.,

hall I do to Inherit eternal life ?" the injured man. Thus As she leaned above, around growing season It Is an easy barrels are shipped to the northern I Scientists say the Florida
obeying
IMdcntly: a crowd of persons had God's command. Many of us, like March 10, 1931 And understood that he meant love. matter to make the garden do a centers each year. The Mhrlmp ara I insula In probably the only

.athered around Jesus and the the priest and Levite know Perfect Safety-Fear thou pot;. After that when the nails in the great deal better than that G. A. taken mostly along the the world where the land
our
eastl'r'I ,
iwycr among them. This.lawyervas |I duties but neglect them thus for I am with thee; be not dismayed cross were fast. Nettles of Sumter, S. C., for example const of the state Pt. : ,I Intiuvlllo arousing on both sid.,,. .: !

a teacher of the old scriptures breaking God's rules To neglect i ; for I am thy God; I will The same saying; o( Love was his has figures to show that I New iimvrna; Ft }1-1 i I're, '!there Is erosion on one side :

; nd the Interpretations given them God's word is to neglect God. Jes- strengthen thee; yea, I will help last.. last year he sold $1,420.30 worth I, Ft LaudurdulP, K I ;' \ 'ellt .",,1 < b | other oC a peninsula.KccfpnokfC ,

1 the Jews. In Luke 18:18: the us said, Jno. 1514.: "Ye are my thee yea, I will uphold thee with j and canned 6it quarts of productsfrom r coast town me' nnuimy in : Swamp In
'Ich young ruler asked the same friends if whatsoever I the right hand of my righteousness. his one and one-half acres. anlng points for fleets of elan'raft |i to the Atlantic Ocean
ye command -
CiIIIISTLtN"Not :
ucitlon of Jesus. To the young You.' -.-!sa. 41:10.: lie cleared more from his garden i employed In catching nhilm; vide while the Buwannuo

11IIer; fesus repeated some of the I The question of Jesus to the PrayerFather, In life's darkest than he did from his five-horse I Ia 1".W tin. TT a. r-: ..."! ,fir fish lies u part of Its waters
Commandments, but of this lawyerhe Ashamed of the Gospel! farm. "rice reported shrimp catch of 2'i: Gull of Mexico on the W,, It.
moments
I not "who Is may we realize that Thou i
asked. "'What is written in theiw lawyer was your neighbor will be the subject of W. E. Daugh- : -.7 4 .. .V.. ,.,-.1. .-,.t : The retire wor'J! laughed:
of cash
: but to whom art the Eternal God, and under- I And the possibilities / 7 : : : lt"c> < v- <- ]
are a
you neigh- erty next Sunday at 11 a. m. at
:: The lawyer said "Thou 8000 town of KIsHlmmco when the
neath profits from the garden are by no
bor? "Which of these are the everlasting arms.
halt love the Lord God with three was the Christian church. All are cordially .. council twenty
thy years con
the most Induce- -- ----w - ---- ago
neighbour to him that fell With whom shall it be well? An- means important
ill thy heart, and with all thy soul, among invited to cume.It.US another cd an oirlinnico)I : for tho
ments. N L.
wer, read Eccl. 8:12.: Mrs. Couch -- ----- --- ----
thieves ? The to is
question
.mcl with all thy strength and with you South Carolina gardener, is proudof I >It air traffic In and, over
not so much "Who Is
neigh ,
'ill thy mind; and thy neighbour as your March 11, 19S1 11".U'r"l nicipality.>
Oil SIIINK the fact that from her quarteracre -
thyself" He quoted Deut. 6:5: and bor? as it is "To whom are you a I -t--_ garden last she sold I I. I II The 1'olnnettlu bears the
year
neighbor? The love and service The
Lord
10.12: and also Leviticus 19:18.: Sustains They that With vivid recollection of the $761.39 worth of products, canned of Joel H. 1'olnnett,
-
Then Jesus said to the lawyer, which makes Jesus commands to: of all you wait upon the Lord shall renew] worst drought in the history of our 203 quarts and made 7,870 servings Spanish molt! la an air plant Charleston, S. C. who, while
a neighbor their
you per- strength: they shall mount
Thou hast answered this do up can minister t to Mexico Cttll'l!
right: country with hundreds of our peo- for a family of six. But she The Indian River Is not n. river
sons. with
md thou shalt live." this state. wings as eagles: they shall sent the first of these
By ple dependent upon charity, and Bays the health and happiness but a salt water Bound.
Jesus set
us an by loving
example run and not be : and they this
weary from Mexico
went country
Jesus hardly meant that a with of weather and her derived
and no assurance condition which she family The only sponge fisheries In theUnlte,1
for his It
enemies.
dying shall walk
and not be faint.-Isa. The de
person can save himself by ob- any more favorable than from tho garden cannot be measured States are In Florida. Marquis Lafayette
Is to love one's friends but
,, 40:31.Prayer.
easy : his visit to this
serving the law for he knew the those of country In
last year the South Is In dollars and cents St. Petersburg established tho
Jesus says "Love your enemies, do -- Father, enable us to was given
lawyer had not and would not keep I getting ready to pitch another In November of last year/ a lint open air poHtolYIca In America. an entire
to them which
good hate you. be worthy of Thy wonderful Florida tho ,
'all/ the law he had quoted. None prom- of farmers, by state In
I group representative The tangclo;: Is u cross between
That is what the Samaritan did. Is
crop.What tion for his
of us can do that. We all transgress ises.Who will the harvest lie ? A comprising the. Richmond County tho tangerine and the grapefruit assistance to
it easier for to subscribe to the
you are the sons of God? Answer onies during the Revolution.
/ some of the law, and therefore heavier burden of debt bringingwith Board of Agriculture, met at the The llmoquat ia u crosnbelween.
Foreign Mission Fund than it is to read
-Romans 8:14.
:
township the
none are guiltless under the it wider spread poverty and office of County Agent J. L. Dove the lime and kumquat. adjolna city of
do for
acts
kindly some poor per- laha
law Unless there be some way of son who lives on an anjolning farmor March 12: 1931 distress? Or will it be a generous in Rocklngham, N. C. Figures presented Daytona Bench Is known as the Hee on the east
Fuller's earth mined .
concelling the guilt of our transgressions with measure of the prosperity and contentment by County Agent Dove finest ocean beach In the world. In
in the block
same city
/ there ran be no redemption Pure Religion Pure religionand I that will abound throughout showed that Richmond County's Key Went has the mtulhermoHt and In Gadsden counties Is
for us. It was for that purpose you ? The little things make up undefiled before God and the the South when the balanced cotton, tobacco and peach crops golf course in the United Stated. [ hugely for filtering oils but
our lives; and a kindly act done no la the brio for
that Jesus came as a sacri- Father ia: this To visit the father- farming methods so long known were worth $1,633,283 per year, The egret la Florida wailing I the
each will make IoL
fice for us. But the lawyer said day you happierand less and widows in their affliction' and advocated become general ? I I but that the sum of $3,442,726 was bird prized for its plumui i beauty clays, soaps and
keep closer to the Lord.
unto Jesus, 'And who is my neigh- you and to keep himself unspotted from Misfortune In one forrrt or an- being paid nut per year for the Lake OkepUiobce originally wan widely used commodltlcm.

lour1'1'" Then Jesus spake the parable DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS the world.] -James 1.27. other is pretty sure to overtake us : corn wheat oats, hay, potatoes, J 18 feet above sea level but the mir- called medicinal mineral .

of the Good Samaritan; "A cer- PrayerFather, help us to express all sooner or later, but it takes a beef, pork milk, poultry and eggs face now la five fet lower I ordinary automobile

lain man went down from Jerusalem March 0, IOn: our religion in acts of broth- powerful wallop to knock the that the county should but did not The peat In the muck soils of oils filtered through fuller'w

to Jericho and fell among ? erly kindness. breath out of Southern farmers produce. A balanced farming Program F'lorhlholol/ trem"ndoui fuel possibilities ' to remove coloring and other

thieves, which stripped him of his Who Shall Enter Not every- How may we receive strength? who "live at home and board at the I wan adopted which if genn- tea

raiment, and wounded him. and de- one that saith unto me. Lord shall Answer read Psalm 27:14.: same pla e." They are generally crally carried out cannot fall to The blooming of yellow Jasmine j .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH .,
t'T "" --' - n ---- --. --- ---.--- .-...-- rneighbors -- -.>--.. -_.- -- - -- ..-- -- '. - -- --. i I ?
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3 - - H- I and fellow-townsmen Generous
110 t Bradford I {Welfare Association space and publicity. ; ,(
County TelegraphEstablished '
1 feel prosperous. Find a newspaper each week.. r
From Other Pens Makes Weekly Report !
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1877 t In Florida that is not optimisticand All, cases of need or > ., ,\! ,

.,., .. ... .,., .., .. you will find a town dominated : needy families should be \ '
? -?- - > \ The Starke Welfare!! Associationmet
by grouches who don't their
to Welfare
pay 1 Association for
1 iII!; Weekly Fridays and Entered as Second Class i j on Tuesday afternoon at St.
Published on We cannot see what keeps wom- butcher or their baker or their tigation and assistance.The .
i
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida en from freezing in winter nays|candle-stick maker. Melbourne Mark's rectory. employment situation ]
the Starke Telegraph. Getting awfully Times. The report for the week is as relieved as soon as the ; E. S. Matthews __ . ? __. Owner and PublisherJ. j I follows: .
II inquisitive, aren't you.- ----o season opens. All
C. Robinson _ _ _. ___..________ Managing$ Editor Apopka Chief. No, it is not unlawful to fish on examination Three children given physician's urged. to attend meetings. ; :'
preparatory to plac-
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--o- If have desires in that
Sunday, you ing them in the Children's Homein :
Women '
SUBSCRIPTION KATE worry over their perma- direction. This mooted questlbn, Jacksonville.

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c; -Payable in Advar.ce: nent waves bald spot; men-Starke over their Telegraph.Well permanent . was lawyer'decided who In Quincy Investigated this week the bya I Assistance given Invalids to Mar.1st LAWTBYMm. ,!':

don't have I : Garments received 5; gar- R. a,:, Barney, ("or '
they to have some-
Advertising Hates on Application statutes upon" subject. Nor ISI
menti placed, 14 a Joan.
to ; majhlne:
thing over-Bronson
worry it the law to hunt the l
against ,
upon | :
ed
to association. One of ,
I family
Journal. I Sabbath!; but .*' tmoment you fire School closed here Friday
Starke need, an airport. -----o- your gun ''yoll""lolate the law. In I the association who has been assisting a most successful term. The ,
is leaving town and has : !
Is' ,
Gainesville Evening News this connection it is interesting to ers were highly praised for
o wondering if the 18-mortns sentence been dismissed.! Monthly reports &
note that the law forbids the operation they conducted the school
,. The veterans are happy. given a man for having four of businesses on the seventh I er's were received as follows: Treasur the closing exercises, which
wives Is a sentence or a vacation. report for February--Received ;. >
the best that has
day and says'that cooks should be Lawtey I
Ya I
o Starke Telegraph. Perhaps it was for dues $17.00; donations of mon-, ,
little some time. Thursday
employed as as possible. Next
a promitiel!--Eronson Journal. I oy, $29,68; total, $46.68. ; balance I /
Most girls prefer candy to poetry. time you have company for Sunday $:::6.18. auditorium was packed,
---Q-- I dinner of sardines being present, when they
? open up a can | ::
4. pAn '. No Comeback : and soda crackerjr' and offer Wli Relief committee: Visits to needy to u wondeful program ;

honest friend is not usually so well liked. When the scrappy plumber died, your excuse: l that.you don't want to families 23, garments placed 32 by the pupils of the ,
Ills. wife with bumor grim Violate the law.. Forego the con-!blankets 2, baby shoes 2 pair ladles grades. Every child taking
lfy : .
0 Decided, knowing his habits well ventional "yaller" legged chicken shoes 2 pair hose 4 pair, deserves excellent credit as Rowe"I.
f Some data are like prunes-dried out affairs. To bury his tools with him. 'and while you may'have company I! groceries $12.00, linen furnished did well their part. ,
V / Boston Transcript. again it wont be the same crowd.I daily for invalid, garden seed! 60, Friday night with the :
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1 -----o- -Quincy Herald.FalrpstxOpaJvtave; : 1| -placed 40. Examinations I background of beautiful

h. Arson Is not a criminal offense in this county Fishermen and married women I --. :- 1. made and certificate filled I and ferns, the graduation !! ,
: ,? r out by Dr. :Middleton for three 'ceived have something In Both
fi common.
.. a - can tell how the best ones grit'': 1'1IJfr..y1( : .:I'bt.Vay..t'}! ,. children Applicants) for admission .presented by Supt. Grlffls ? : i

' All "windy": people do not have birthdays in'March away. .- Ktarke'' Telegraph.: And yoi.)|n e ?'r r"'l i to Children's Home. ,genial way. ,

o. I each thinks they are putting: some: .M.youjKei.never: you- should try, Committee on solicitation: Received 'The graduation sermon ,

"I FJorida has from two'counties to sixty-seven. thing over on the rest of' mankind.' To 'p ..rta.lIt-rajrrant onions. from local military company en by Rev. Tibbitts of ;
t grown :: I : Uoiledfor rawa; baked or fried. 7
i I Bronson Journal. .. blankets 4 woolen shirts, 7 Heights and was enjoyed I
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o -- : 3r i trousers, other garments donated present. I
' 1'1'0.11. salad {combination, ' : 50. All !'
garments mended and
Strawberry prospects; this season are exceptionally good. You seldom hear much from the put Fifteen young boys and
They will add that'.touch' of zest; in i
j good condition for where <
fellow who is trying to reform himself -I i iI placing. graduated from the Oth
o ( Boiled in cream: sauce, fried with needed.
It is the one who is tryingto received their
diplomas to
Uncle Sam has the 44-hour week for liver, '.e "
adopted postal
: em- reform someone else who makes I i Any way you like 'era best. Press reporter; All meetings reported thq high school at Starke !
ployees. the big noise.-Tampa Times. And I through Telegraph weekly year. '
usually the quiet one makes the report) of work done and donations Those
0--- They .will bring' you health and receiving highest
,
} Among the beauties of nature--Florida sunsets and most .lasting success.BronsonJournal. 1 vigor recpived. for'the past year in the ;;
Keep you safe from colds and It was planned to have a drive grades are the following;
moonlight. I -oWe I flu. for new members and donations on grade. Mildred Dinkins 90 .

x o cannot see what keeps women Add them to your dally dozen St. Patrick's Day, March 17th. Lacy Futch 87 3-5, Richard
from freezing in the winter j I Anyone having anything to donate 85 .45. ,
r There are those who make a good living on the touch and I They will rake good care of you.
.Ime.-Starke 'Telegraph. And please have it ready for canvassers 8th grade, Edward

go system. they don't intend you shall see.- Only one who doesn't like them, Your dues as a member 87 e-19( Doris Burney 84

4,9ti o Times-Union. Come to Delray Is the doctor rye heard say; will give relief to some needy fam Mary Lucille Torode 84 510. !

; Every type of vehicle on the highways at night should Beach and if you do not see It will For an onion, like''an apple ily.' 6th grade Ethel Taylor
be because you are. blind.-Delray Helps to,keep the)"'Doo"away./ The association acknowledges cent; Nancy Blackburn 93 per )
a carry light. Beach Hammer. > w+-The'Packer, Scribe.' courtesies extended by the Tele- Grace Arwood 93 per cent.

o- o " '" 'I". graph In publishing weekly reports. 4th grade, Mattie Edith

,'! Wives can't do much arguing with a husband who only Instead of asking congress to J. Spratt and UUoShe's
give Will Rogers a medal for his ---- __ a= =
in very stout -
grunts reply.
work in aiding drought sufferers, 'Is Mrs. Luce; .
o let's ask congress to turn the busi-
That's why she's trying .
Only a few more days until Tallahassee will be the center - ness end of the government over To reduce. ' .
to him.-Starke Telegraph. We
of attraction. are willing. A change wouldn't She's very thin Hastings Tribune. NOW FOR YOUR rl

(} be unpopular just at this thlme. Is Mrs. Grease;

Even; quart bottles washing ashore on Florida's coasts, Bronson Journal. That's why she's trying I

'r attract attention. -0- To. increase.
.r This Is the age of youth says the Greenville Piedmont.
,a o Lisbon Falls (Me.) Enterprise, but
She's to
trying sing: '"
Times-Union says Plant City celebrates in red. Not red 1 the Old Man is mighty convenientto Is Mrs. Boyce;
have around for backing. jI jIL1'k
ink-but red berries. She tries to sing I
Starke Telegraph. You right '
are
But has no voice.
0 Robinson, but the "old man" should
-Tarpon Springs Leader.
Dish washing might prove more popular if the dishes have retained sense enough to And thus it goes u ., Brunswick
think back to the time when he
were made of mirrors. With every Lir-
't
was young'. Trouble with us folks
Not one's contentedAs
0 today: Is we want the "kids" to act
she is.
Panama City has shipped the first boatload of paper IIko we feel.., --Jasper News. -Phil Armstrong. 1

manufactured in Florida*. o- Fats would grow lean .
Mrs Ruth Bryan Owen, it seems, I
efi Leans would grow thin.
-o- tried to her colleague :
slip one over on -
Blacks try to remove kinks,
Cigarette manufacturers certainly know how to put the Congressman Green, in White to put kinks in.

"cig" appeal in their ads. proposing a bill to establish a term -Quincy Herald. '
of circuit court, at Orlando. Mrs. : 4l
o Owen wanted to help Orlando at -o- Radio : r

Don't croak about your business-unless you are ,supply- the expense of Ocala and Fernan- A. B. Johnson, vicepresidentand
treasurer of the Glen'' Saint
$ dina but our congressman check
ing the demand for frog legs.
Marys Nurseries Company, of Glen
mated the move, which makes hima
d o little stronger with the wool hat Saint Mary, thirty miles west of

Drivers of one-eyed cars in Highlands county are allowed boys back home.--Ocala Star. Jacksonville,i writes that in a few
weeks the beautiful azaleas will be
k to spend the balance of the night in jail. -0--
To say a lot in a few words is in full bloom at the nurseries, ThisIs -
0- rare gift. One of the most concise an event that each year attracts SEE JOE THOMAS .

Things you never hear: A mother with children saying temperance lectures we have run thousands to'the nurseries. There '

how she would handle the neighbors' children. across recently was that of a college are many acres planted to this I 11,1,
student who had won an important beautiful flower and when they are
0 race for his schooL When in bloom a veritable sea of varicolored

Results secured from use of the Fisherman's calendar he was presented with a cup and blossoms greet the eye on The Radio of the Future Is Here
hand and the is what TodayRitch's (
lead fishermen to think It was gotten up by a fisherman called upon for a speech said, "I every scene ) III:
have won this cup by the use of might be decribed as a "riot of
4 o my legs. I trust I may never lose blossoms" The azalea Is one of ft!

Columbia county has a farmer who has farmed the same the use of my legs by the use of Florida's most beautiful flowers. I''

N land for 70 years. lie should be listed among the veterans. this cup.-Mount Dora Topic. The Glen Saint Mary Company has Perhaps you are one of the many thousands who have listened to Radio
.-o- utilized every available low spoton since their inception-but
who have
1'e Thirty Years Ago their lands for growing them. not as yet paid any particular at:1::1

It's no wonder this country is noted for its beautiful Nobody advertised.We One of the prettiest azalea fields on tention- the'difference in the tone of ,Radios. It is to you whom we Ii I

women when they spend two billion yearly for beauty helps. heads. put our shirts on. over our the Florida nursery swamp grounds that Is has a typical been extend a cordial invitation to spend a few minutes to listen to the wonderful ft

o Nobody wore a wrist watch. drained and,I the underbrush cut tone of the Brunswick Radio, the up-to-date musical instrument

Cross City News'wants the time to come when a man Women didn't vote. out, leaving majestic oaks and -Have music in home-Hear II
nut trees. This tract your the stirring marches the I
could hitch a horse. hickory com dreamy
can have a headache in the mornings without being suspected.One Anybody up
I} There were no water meters.A prising several acres was set to waltzes-Current Events Wonderful sermons-Six hundred broad-
o maid cost a week. azaleas several years ago and
two-fifty stations
when the flowers are in bloom, it Is casting are spending forty million dollars to furnish
newspaper got two headings switched and ran a "Boot-leg" signified a tall glass you entertainment -

h "Dumb Animals"'! head over a fashion artists convention news of beer. .* one of the most, attractive sights ; Buy your Radio now. Begin to enjoy life. I. :
Everybody had tonsils and kept Imaginable and worth motoring
story them. miles to see. TimesUnion.The .


k These days -people depend o upon advertising for Information Nobody--o had appendicitis.- Tampa--gyp Tnoune says Congressman Trade iti Your Old Radio Piano or Phonograph -t;

Song of Onions Green Is progressive. ,
about merchandise. Advertising and prices will sell any ,
Carrots get by on their color, Lake City Reporter. I''
commodity.With Spinach gets by on IU rep; ---0-

o .Lettuce or beet, for vitamins eat. HOLD SERVICES FOR "\
: But give me the onions for pep. SWILLEY AT ALACIIUA
one authority advising spending and another saying -

to bring back good times, the fellow with a little cash is I Silver-skinned onion or Spanish. Alachua Feb. 26-Funeral services 10 MONTHLY PAYMENTSWith :

,doing both. Or lItUe ones green on the top; for Jessie S. Swilley. 71 years
They build up physique make you of age who died early Tuesday
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strong where you're weak. morning were held at Alachua this the
As one exchange says, a chump is a fellow who marries a But socially cause you to flop. afternoon and interment was madeIn powerful, one-button control Brunswick Radio, the current

widow and then goes down in his pocket for the price of a NewnansvlUe cemetery Rev. W. events of the world are at your finger-tips. You get the entertainment

x,' tombstone for hill predecessor.I'.urning But even the mildest Bermuda J. Meade officiated. you want when want it with
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Cannot be forgotten when gone Besides a widow, Mrs. J. S. you a Brunswick. :

;j o It la not erratic, but very emphatic Swilley a' son, CcHIs SwIHey of
of business establishments in this county keeps Its. melody will linger on. Worthington; two daughters, Mrs.

mounting quite steadily with the number of arrests and convictions 1 --Opal Ilelmer. Mrs. Corrie Pr aley of Brooker and
Mrs. Bertha Swflley of Gland, the Come in Now While Our
for still
arson standing at
zero. The Florida Times-Union looks deceased leaves'six small children. Special Trade-in .
o over the state and nays; "If the W S. Swilley of Bland former. ..

The first trunk line railroad built in Florida was constructed small town newspaper man i* op- ly of High Springs and N. L. Allowance is in Progress
tlmiatto the town U likely Swilley of High Springs brothel
between Cedar Key and Fernandina. It is now the to be the same way, and the best and nephew of the deceased, were

Seaboard Air Line running through Starke.It way to keep a country editor optimistic among the number of relatives attending
0 U to pay your advertising the funeral.

It would be just too' bad If had a'Vi. and subscription bills promptly." Pall bearers were Lemuel Bry. Service
a big plane to make .3-
The T.'U. may not know however, ant. Fred L*. Bentk_. Jasep Rouke, StationGAS r
... forced landing near Starke. We are backward in the movement that people who don't pay their Jasper Harrison Edgel' Thomas

I 'J! to establish a landing field and putting the town on the bills are usually pessimists. They and M. Burnett.
air map. don't want their town to be optimistic. Roberts Funeral Parlors were OIL AND GREASING SERVICE
f? It Irks them to see their la charge of arrangements.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.EGRAFU STAnKlO FLORIDA .DAY.. (" 6

,P.'II"-- "EIGHT..-. ......--..--- ._'-- --.- --- -- _..-- TFI ------.-- --- .,. -- .- ----.-. ...-. _____ ___,__ _u.u ,' '- __ .__u__ --=.19S1-I
neighbors and fellowtownsmenfeel Generous space And publicity. given 94, per cent Marlon Sap
F Welfare Association *"" . ( 14
Bradford County Telegraph. each week. cent, Adel Dlnklna 94
prosperous. Find a newspaper pp
: I From Other Pens I In Florida that ia not optimisticand Makes Weekly ReportThe All] cases of need or' illness in Third Grade; Clara M "nl'

Established 1877' you will find a town dominatedby needy families should be referredto 95 per cent, Van Futch u I,i eJ
... .., r- grouches who don't pay theIr' Starke Welfare, Associationmet Welfare Association for Inves- Rutch Futch 92 per cen

s, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class W! cannot see what keeps wom- butcher or their baker or their on Tuesday afternoon at St.Mark's tigation and assistance.The 2nd grade Paul Grill, '

Starke Florida en from freezing in winter, says candle-stick maker. Melbourne rectory. employment situation will be Louis Lee WaInwright A 'IUI
at
Matter at the Post Office the Starke Telegraph. Getting awfully Times. The report for the week is as relieved as soon as the strawberry Conner A. eht*(

E. S. Matthews _._ .. .. ___ Owner and Publisher Inquisitive, aren't you.- --o---- follows: I season' opens All members are First: grade, section
Three children
given physician'sexamination p.
J. C. Robinson ._ __ . " .__-_ _____--- Managing Editors Apopka Chief. No, it Is not unlawful to fish on preparatory to plac- urged to attend.meetings. Crawford. A plus, Mage' L'yatt pre

I ---0- Sunday if you have desires in that ing them in the Children's Home ( A, Cleo Sapp A

q SUBSCRIPTION KATE Women worry over their perma- direction. This mooted queatlbn In Jacksonville. First grade, section ,
nent waves; men over their perma- was decided'' Quincy thIs week bya I LAWTEY ]Bh
; Assistance given Invalids to :Mar. Darley A, Velma Lee ',
i4 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance nent bald spot.-Starke Telegraph. lawyer' who Investigated the I 1st': Garments received, 0; garments Mr. E. K. Ilurnry, Cor. Charles, butch A. *
Well don't they have to have some- statutes upon.the: subject. Nor is
Advertising Hates on Application placed, 14; a machine loaned High primer. Gene E.'
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thing to over?Branson
worry it against the law to bunt upon the A.
association. One of
to family aftera Opal Peele A, Patsy Robe-
Journal the'moment fire School\ closed here Friday t \
Sabbath, but you
his been
the association who assisting -
f ---0- '' In most successful term. The teach- Low Primer, Haurlce T i >
Starke needs an airport. your gun''otl violate the law. is leaving town, and has rHenry A.I .
k Gainesville Evening News Is this connection it Is Interesting to ers were highly praised for the way Manning A, Troy L uolt
:. : : -gip wondering if the 18-months sen- note that the law forbids tha oper- been dismissed. Monthly reportswere they conducted the school and also I A.
follows Treasur-
r' tence given a man for having four businesses I received as : the closing exercises, which were Professor.
Tho veterans are happy. ation of on the seventh:I er's report for FebruaryReceived I I, Collier left rja.(
wIves Is a sentence or a vacation. day and says that cooks should be : the best that Lawtey has had for for his home at Crescent
for dues $17 00; donations of money af.
o some time Thursday night the
it
Starke was
Telegraph. Perhaps little Next ter
employed as as possible. closing very success!'
total balance !
$29,68; $46.68; soot|
a promise I--Branson Journal for auditorium: was packed, about 400 term here.'
time have Sunday
Most girls prefer candy to poetry. you company I $36.18.
--o-- dinner, open up a can of sardinesand ,being present, when they listenedto Mrs.\ Paul J. Carrln an,; gn.ior .
- 0- No Comeback soda crackertf and offer as Relief committee: Visits to needy a wondeful program conductedby were visiting her a. ; ,

An honest friend i ia not usually so well liked. When the scrappy> plumber died, your excuse that you don't want to I! families 23, garments placed 32, the pupils of the different ford last week tal.
,blankets 2, baby shoes :2 pair, ladles : grades. Every child, taking part and
the Mr.
Ills wife with. humor grim, Violate tha law. Forego conventional Mrs. E. E. Du \' .
0 ) I i shoes 2 pair, hose 4 pair, deserves excellent credit as they 18
Decided, knowing hIs habits well yaller", legged chicken ited Mrs. Buiney'a pa run ,er
Some dates are like prunes dried out affairs. To bury his toula with him and while ,you may'have company groceries $1200, linen furnished did well their part. and Mrs II. V. Sipper ""k-
dally for invalid, garden seed 60, night with the stage a
Friday
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/ Boston Transcript. again it wont' be the same crowd. sonville Sunday.Mr. .
t :' r$, -+...-- .--o. -. I' Quincy Herald.Fairp8t.Opal .' magazines placed 40. Examinations background of beautiful narcissi
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R. L. Beck of ,
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made and certificate filled and ferns, the graduation class received -
Arson, is riot a criminal offense in this county. .. Fishermen and married women I "o- out by Dr. MIddleton for three their diplomas..which were 'was visiting In Lawtey \'

0 have: something in common. Both'i 1'IIJI':Tfi.xhi5 f ; ,)%'y' :'!1'; I children Applicants for admissionto presented by Supt, GrllTIs In his The Baptist Mission,11' on
can tell how the best ones gdt I met at the church :Man Ve.
'' : ( /haveIfiyouJKerKlvcr ym"P1' I'J?>r !"i Ii : Children's Home. genial way.
do in'March.
All '"windy";: people not have birthdays away - Starke1 Telegraph. And ninE A nice program .t.
,' : you should try; Committee on solicitation: Received The sermon was gIv-
graduation :
+ -o each thinks they are putting something ried out and enjoyed by I n-g.
7Klorida over on the rest of hidnktnd. piatta.taCk-'Qt fagrant'onionst\ from local military company en by Rev. Tibbitts of Keystone
has, grown from two-counties to sixty-seven. Bronson Journal. ., BolledroJ"'&'aw. or baked or fried. 7 blankets 4 woolen shuts, 7 Heights and was enjoyed by all I ent.Mr.
\ and Mrs Haywootl l'
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3-
t j trousers, other garments donated present.
.r- --o-' + ---- -- .
To'ss BilMxJ combination; ,. 50. All garments mended and put receiving congratulation' m
px Strawberry l prospects this season are exceptionally good. You seldom' hear much from the They will add that'touch' of zest; In good condition for placing where Fifteen young boys and girls arrival of a little claugn rn
from the 9th and
fellow who Is trying to reform hIm- fried with graduated grade the 25th of February.Mr. .
BoUed in
II cream"sauce needed.
self. It is the one who is tryingto received their diplomas to enter .
Jno Sapp of '
Uncle Sam has adopted the 44-hour week for postal em- : reform someone else who makes liver, v Press reporter: All meetings reported UK? high school at Starke next Sapp :is-
his brother II. ,
best. R
Any way you like 'em lUng gap;, at-
ployees.! the big noise-Tampa Times. And through Telegraph weekly year. urday.
usually the quiet one makes the report of work done, and donations Those receiving highest averages
and
health
.will brIng'
o- They you recpived. Miss Eunice Whitehead ,ent
Bronson for'the in the different
most lasting success- past year
vigor Sunday with relatives In .I'u.; .
,zl Among the beauties pf nature-Florida sunsets and J ou rnILI. safe from colds and It was planned to have a drive grades are the following: 9th oa.yule.

moonlight. I __u__ 0_ Keep you for new members and donations on grade, Mildred DinkIns 90 4-5,
flu,
We cannot see what keeps women St. Patrick's Day, March 17th. Lacy Futch 87 3-5, Richard Thede D. .W.,Moore and C. WhitHiiead
o I Add them to your dally dozen ,
accompanied the Boy Scout.. ,
ii an
Anyone having anything to do- 85 45.
from freezing in the winter They will ttike good care of you.
There are those who make a good living on the touch and encampment Monday to
ime.--Starke Telegraph.. And nate please have it ready for can- 8th grade, Edward WainwrIght evening

go system. they don't Intend you shall see.- Only one who doesn't like them vassers. Your dues as a member 87 6-10, Doris Burney 84 5-10 Santa Fe Lake.
will give relief to fam- Lucille Torode 84 510. Mrs. Hester ..
o Times-Union. Come to Delray Is the doctor, I've heard say; some. needy Mary Hlghsmitn has
leach and if do not it will 6th grade, Ethel Taylor 95 per spent the past two weeks with her
see
you For an onion! like''an apple ily.The
should
rsi the at
Every type of vehicle on highways night be because you are blind.-Delray Helps.to,keep the''"Doc" 'away. association 'acknowledges cent; Nancy Blackburn 93 per cent, sister, Mrs. W. F. Moore -turo.

carry a light. Beach Hammer. I _'I1helacker,, Scribe.< courtesies extended by the Tele- Grace Arwood 93 per cent. ed to her home In Jacksonville Sat

-0- 0- .---'l'la graph In publishing weekly reports. 4th grade, Mattie Edith Rowe urday.

; Wives can't do much arguing with a husband who only Instead of asking congress to 'J. Kpratt and UifoShe's -= .. -.
gIve Will Rogers a medal for his stoutIs
very 1 1II
grunts in reply. work sufferers II
in aiding drought Mrs. Luce; '
o let's ask congress to turn the business That's why she's trying .

until Tallahassee will be the end of the government over To reduce. '
Only a few more days center
to him.-Starke Telegraph. Were -Hastings Tribune. NOW FORYOURBrunswick
of attraction. willing. 'A change wouldn'tbe She's very thin
at this thlme.
o > unpopular just Is Mrs. Grease;

'; Even quart bottles washing ashore on 'Florida's coasts, Bronson Journal. That's why she's trying I
-0 To Increase. i
attract attention. This is the age of youth, says the Greenville Piedmont.

() LIsbon Falls (Me.) Enterprise, but She's trying to singIs

Times-Union says Plant City celebrates in red. Not red the Old Man Is mighty convenIentto Mrs. ,Boyce;
have around for backing. She tries to sing
ink but red berri'es.
-
You '
Starke Telegraph. are right But has no voice.
0 Robinson, but the "old man" should Leader.
--Tarpon Springs
1
.; Dish washing might prove more popular if the dishes have retained sense enough to And thus it goes ? '? ,
thInk back to the time when he
made of mirrors. With every LZT-! i
i} were was young. Trouble with us folks Not" one's contented IIII r

0 today Is we want the "kids" to act An she is. I I!h. II

Panama City has shipped the first boatload of paper like we feel... -Jasper News. -Phil Armstrong.

f manufactured in FloridaCigarette ---a -- Fats would grow lean. Ius't
Mrs. Ruth Bryan-Owen it seems, Leans would grow thin t
o trIed to slip one over on her colleague Blacks try to remove kinks,

"* manufacturers certainly know how to put the"cig" Congressman Green, in White to put kinks in.
proposing a bill to establish a termof Herald.A. .
-Quincy
in their ads.Don't
I appeal .
; circuit court, at Orlando. Mrs. RadioSEE
o I Owen wanted to help Orlando at o -

h croak about your business-unless you are supplying the expense of Ocala and Fernan- B. Johnson, vicepresidentand
but check- treasurer of the Glen' Saint
dlnn our congressman
s; the demand for frog legs. mated the move, which makes hima Marys Nurseries Company of Glen

o little stronger with the wool hat Saint Mary, thirty miles west of ,

; Drivers of one-eyed cars in Highlands county are allowed boys back home-Ocala,.Star. Jacksonville'i writes that in a few I
weeks the beautiful azaleas will be
,, to spend the balance of the night in jail. ( say-a lot In 0To a few- words Is I In full bloom at,the jiurserlea, This j

o rare gift. One of the most concise Is an event that each year attracts JOE THOMAS !:,

Things you never hear: A mother with children saying temperance lectures we have run thousands to'the nurseries. Thereare ;
that of college many acres planted to this
across recently was a I
kr how she would handle the neighbors' children.
l student who had won an Important beautiful flower and when they are
0 for his school. Whenhe in bloom a veritable sea of vari-

Results secured from use of the Fisherman's calendar was presented race with a cup and colored blossoms greet the eye on The Radio of the Future Is Here Today t
said "I every hand and the scene Is what II
called upon for a speech ,
lead fishermen. to think it was gotten up by a fisherman. lave won this cup by the use of might be decribed as a "riot of

o lose blossoms.." The azalea Is one of
my legs. I trust I may never

Columbia county\ has a farmer who has farmed the same the use of my legs Dora by the use. of The Florida's Glen Saint most Mary beautiful Company flowers.has Perhaps you are one of the many thousands who have listened to Radio
thIs Topic.co
land for 70 years. He should be listed among the veterans. cup.-Mount utilized every available low spoton since their
inception-but who have not as yet paid any particular at- :
o their lands for growing them.

lS; It's no wonder this country is noted for its beautiful Nobody Thirty advertised.We Years. Ago One of the prettiest azalea fields on tention- the difference in the tone of ,Radios. It is to you whom we ,

put our shirts on over our' the nursery grounds Is a typical extend a cordial invitation to spend few minutes listen
to
women when they spend two billion yearly for beauty helps. Florida. swamp that has been a to the won-

o icada.Nobody wore a wrist watch. drained and,, the underbrush cut derful tone. of the Brunswick Radio, the up-to-date musical instrument '

Cross City News'wants the time to come when a man Women didn't vote. I out hickory, leaving nut trees.majestic This tract oaks, com-and -Have music in your home-Hear the stirring marches, the dreamy !II\

have headache in the mornings without being suspected. Anybody could hitch up a horse.
can a There were no water meters. prising several acres was set to waltzes-Current Events Wonderful sermons-Six hundred broad-

o A maid cost two- lfty a week.Bootleg' : azaleas several years ago and casting stations are spending forty million dollars to furnish
when the flowers are In bloom It leone you en
switched and tall
One newspaper got two headings ran a signified a glass
of the moat,attractive sights tertainment. Radio
Buy
of beer. your now. Begin to enjoy life. r:
"Dumb Animals" head over a fashion artists convention news Imaginable and worth motoring
Everybody had tonsils and kept .
story them. miles to see. Times-Union.


c These days! people depend-upon advertising for information Nobody-had -appendicitis.-- The Tampa-0 Tribune--says Congressman Trade iti Your Old Radio, Piano or Phono- :,;

Song of Onions Green Is progressive.Lake .
!.j about merchandise. Advertising and prices will sell any Carrots get by on their color, City Reporter. '

a commodity.With Spinach geta by on its rep; --- graph ]!

o Lettuce or beet, for vitamins eat. HOLD SERVICES FOR I i
But give me the onions for pep. SU1LLEY AT ALACIICA
one authority advising spending and another saving *

2, to bring back good times, the fellow with a little cash is Silver-skinned onion or Spanish.Or Alachua Feb. 2ft-Funeral services 10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS

-t 4, doing both. little ones, green on the top; for Jessie! S. Swtlley 71 years

... ',They build up physique make you of age who died early Tuesday
--OAs strong where you're weak ,morning were held at Alachua this With the powerful one-button
one exchange says, a chump is a fellow who marries a But socially cause you to flop. afternoon and Interment was madeIn control Brunswick Radio, the current

) widow and then goes! down in his pocket for the price of :a Newnansvin. cemetery Rev. W. events of the world are at your finger-tips. You get the entertainment j,

t tombstone for his predecessor. But even the mildest Bermuda J. Meade officiated. you want, when you want it with a Brunswick. I ,:
7 Cannot be forgotten when gone. Besides a widow; :lira. J. S.

jy o It In, not erratic,but very emphatic Swilley, a son, Collis Swiney of

; Burning of business establishments in this county keeps Its. melody will linger on. Worthington two daughters, Mrs.

mounting quite steadily with the number of arrests'and con- I ., -..Opal Helmer. Mrs. Corrie Presley of Brooker and
Mra. Bertha Swfllcy of Gland the Come in Now While Our
Special Trade-in
victions for arson still standing at zero. The Florida Times-Union looks deceased leavea'slx small children.W ...
o over the state ana says: "If the S. Swilley of Bland formerly "
small town newspaper man Is op- of High Springs, and N. L. Allowance is in
The first trunk line railroad built in Florida was con- ProgressRitch's
Umistla the town U likelyto Svtrtlley of High Springs brother'and
strutted between Cedar Key and Fernandina. It is now the be the same way. and the best nephew of the deceased were

Seaboard Air Line running through Starke.It way to keep a country editor op- among the number of relatives attending -
timlstlo la to pay your advertisingand the funeral.
r 0 subscription: bills promptly." Pall bearers were Lemuel Bryant -
would be just too bad if a big plane had to make a The T.-U. may not know however, Fred 1.. Beutke Jasep Rouke Service Station

i iM1 forced( landing near Starke. We are backward in the movement that people who don't pay their Jasper Harrison Edgel Thomas

,t! to establish a landing field and putting the town on the bills are usually pessimists. They and M. Burnett. GAS OIL
L AND
_ _ w don't want their town to be opU- Roberta Funeral Parlors were GREASING SERVICE
.\.r air map. mistic. It Ira them to see their In charge of arrangements.
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