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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FJFl'Y-FIVJ:_ STARKE FLORIDA FiUD.'Y. .l\rARCIi, a, 1935 NUMBER EIGIITEICH'"
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I Green Calls CaucusOf New Feature Added Play Will Be Given
ReturnsAre New Low Rates Witnesses HeardIn Two Men Dead

rry Florida Members To Our Church Page For Benefit AthleticsOn


[ Up A Little To Vote On Speaker I On Express Cars I I 'Written_By Bob Jones Trial of Ford Friday-, March 10 Mter Shooting t


Congressman R. A. Green this I You will find on the church page "My Boy John." a comedy dramain

week Issued a call for Florida's ''In this Issue the first of a seriesof three acts will be presented at 1

Over Last Week five representatives In the Houseto In Effect Today articles entitled "Bob Jones In County CourtSeveral the school auditorium Friday night, Over Berry Crop

meet and consider the claims Comments on Here and Hereafter" March 10. The talent has been selected -

of the several candidates for speaker This column win: appear every from the Bradford County

and to discuss committee assignments week beginning with his issue High School under the able direction -
A Price Reduction Amounts to ISo Per Other Cam Disposed of Wilbur Hupp held' For MurdM '
Encouraged *
.more in the seventy-third Bob Jones'" is the well known I of Robert F. Dcmoret, who
Hundred Pounds To During February Term Following Investigation
IRIHO-Seven Dp.Cars Congress. Mr. Green, dean of the evangelist who Is the founder and will portray one of the prominent ; ByCoroner'
New York Thin Week Jury
Shipped Here delegation, called the meeting for ''resident,of the tJob Jones College parts.

Thursday. located'..t., College Point Florida The play Is one of the most sue- -
In this part of The new low rates on strawber- The State's witnesses were heard G. E. Dyal 45, and G. C. Sapp.
essful in a *
growers This college Is known everywherefor years, possessing pretty
perry State were offered' some en- Repreaenative Green who now brles, by express, went Into effect' Its old time orthodoxy. all day Wednesday in the trial of love story, good moral, and the ISO, are dead and Wilbur Sapp In

the first of the week i&a membership on six committees, today as was announced recentlyby C. V. Ford, now going on In the Charles being held for murder as the result -
comedy part played by
ragement Evangelist Bob Jones has con. .
Ion took a sudden rise out being chairman of the committeeon T. C. Elliott, traffic managerof ducted February term of county court Pender is guaranteed to be a riot. of a shooting affray at Ralfordl
prices evangelistic campaigns tq
> the disposition of useless executive Ford the
had the Interior Florida Traffic bu was charged by grand Wednesday afternoon.
re-
to which they Cast of characters:
depths oil the states In the
practically un
'the paper, may ask to be assigned reau. The express agreed Jury with embezzlement on. eight According to officers who' investigated -
rented company :
John
highest price John Stewart ( boy )-
The
svnk. Ion and In number of my
a foreign
tly to one of the select committees.The I
counts from the Sinclair
the
whene voluntarily to lower the rates at Refining shooting, Dyal and
received Monday Jonfe's{ Prof. L. A. Gray.
was countries. Mr. Is a former
fruit sold for $5.60 a crate. retirement of Representative this time In order to give the growers of the Ihterdenomlna! Company bulk station her*. Lun Stewart-Charles Pender. Sapp, first cousins, became Involved
Ruth Bryan OWen leaves a vacancy president The witnesses Wednesday, all In an the
Wednesday and Thursday the benefit of it during a partof Cat Henderson-Robert Chap- : argument over profits
ces hovering on the committee on foreign this season although the Inter- : lonal Association. of e'vangeists.He employees of the Sinclair Refining from some strawberries which they

,rnlng were reported to $4.00 mark affairs and the outgoing of Repre- state Commerce Commission had has a reputation of having Company, were: I.. S. Bauknlght, man.DonaldEldredge Robinson. were share cropping. It la said ;

und the 3.50 $4.roore enativea Drone and Yon leaves ordered the reduction not later preached to more people than any- district representative; and J. A. Strickland.Dad that there was a mortgage on the
of reaching Bradley-Fro
th :
possibilities over. The aver- vacancies on the committees on than April 20. body his age In the world. Meacham, and M. B. Kldd." audi Stewart-R. F. Demorest. patch and Sapp was anxious to

the throughout day was the week is naval affairs and rivers and oar- The new rates apply only to tors. Witnesses for the defendantwere Flora---Martha Brownie. get It paid off. Dyal however, 1*

je price born fresh strawberries in carload lots, called Thursday morning. aid to have been unwilling; to let
been around $4.00. Nan Stewart-Kitty Hogsed.
id to have Lake Is Out !
City Cases disposed of Tuesday were: his part of the
Thursday of last week How the Florida members votedIn minimum weight 17,000 pounds Maw Stewart-Bunny Canova. proceeds apply on d

Since seven express cars, the speakership contest could The reduction will amount to ap Wesley Myers, convicted of petit Adcl--Miss Hazel Mlddleton. the, loan.
shipped
rice shipment of the sea- not be learned up until time forgoing proximately 20c to 30c per hun- larceny In connection with stealinga Specialties and popular -musical Officers were told that Dyal approached ?e

heaviest Tuesday, when four ; to press.Forsyth dred pounds on shipments from Of Ball League pistol belonging to T D. Rick- numbers will be rendered by a Sapp behind a blacksmith,

coming loaded.; : A total of 78,432 here to eastern markets. The new enbaker. He was found guilty and large chorus of pretty girls, with shop In the town of Raiford and 1!

.re have been shipped from here rate to New' York, $2.82 is 23c will serve a sentence of ninety Miss Marjorie Slump at the piano. old him that he wanted his partof 5

tits less than the old rate, 305. days. I tha money for himself Sapp 4,
the week. At $4.00 per Stops Ocala la New MemberWork! On -
ring On a carload of berries the reduction The case of Smith Denmark, became angry, according to the I
approxl- Park Here Awaits R. F. C.
would mean an
te this in the rate to New York charged with operating an auto- Plant story told officers and slapped the "

te return of $9,804.00 to grow- will amount to $39.10.GROWERS ,-Approv, mobile while under the Influenceof Depression other man. Dyal quickly drew hid },

here. Ishe With K. O. -I NortheastFlorida Intoxicating liquor, was quashed. pistol and fired two shots Into the :w
Lawtey reports twelve express A realignment of the .
back of his head.
partners :
the week, with HOLD MEETAt Baseball League was ef- Go "Boom"Scientist '
ra shipped during J. W. Calloway colored charged Might, Constable O. Alvarez had or.M .('\
from $2.50 to $4.25 fected this week when Lake City
ices ranging with reckless driving, pleaded rested Dyal, placed handcuffs on. [ !!
Local Fighter Wins Bout In a meeting of the Bradford withdrew from th circuits and< r* ; ;
r crate. ( guilty and was fined $5.00. him and started toward the rail- '*
Gainesville Arena After Hard Growers' Association, held
County H
Ocala iramediately;took Its place. }t
HarmlMM t,
Say Now That road station to telephone the sher- ',
Fighting 'In the court house last Friday Lake City notified W P. (Buok) The case of Fred Williams, col
Plant City Feb. Strawberry looking Chemical I* ff, when Wilbur Sapp, eighteen- -
night, it was decided to accept the Weaver, president of the league, ored, charged with threatening to

ower of this and other sections Gainesville, March 1.-Vasco contract of the Southern Produce that it had been unable to objtaln shoot Lucius Williams, waa nol ExplosiveWe year-old son of the dead man, appeared JJ .

lebrated Monday on the eve of Forsyth "Pride of Bradford," Corporation and plant sixty to 100 'sufficient' backing for a team and pressed. on the scene with a gun >" "
opening of the fourth annual I expect almost any minute to and Is said to have fired two shot :i. ,i"I
e Ishe
knocked out Jimmy of Jacksonville acres of Fordhook lima beans In would not be able to carry on as Nelson Hampton, colored was
orlda Strawberry Festival byging see the roof of some nearby house Into the body of the prisoner. Constable "
In the fifth round of their
this county. found not of I
> It had Intended.. It had been reported guilty carrying con-
in nearly a half million scheduled 10-round encounter In The corporation will furnish on several occasions that cealed weapons.The rise skyward to the accompalnment Alvares caught him and ',it"
Ints f strawberries for which of a loud booming noise and took his pistol ,*
() show last fixed away.
the City Club's weekly hampers and will give a Lake City would be a member of
of the Nelson
case same and
received an estimated return see some Innocent mother After carrying the body of his '
ey night. The fight gave the crowd price for the product. Plantingwill I the circuit this season and, In fact, Hampton, charged with reckless the tree ;
approximately $40,000. In so far who braved the rain plenty of begin next week. kiddies sail away over father home young Sapp returned .
returns were concerned, it was action.In almost every formality save plac- driving, was nol pressed. tops-and all because they followed In an automobile to where Dyat :

ot the biggest days of the the first round Iah aught ing the deposit money on with.the line I our advise and made a depression lay "Is he dead?" he Is said to>
had been
rrent season, the price on the 10I hook gone through plant. have asked some bystanders. When :t
with and
Forsyth aright Went
Baseball in Ocala were con-
il I yard: having started on an up- sent him through the ropes for I Boy.Scouts tacted and men C. W. Harrington had Buyers ComplainPoor We never realized that, when told that the injured man was still !

ard course as last week drew to no count, and Forsyth came backto notified Mr. Weaver that his city I several weeks ago we gave dine alive, officers say Sapp whlppedl
close and continued through thepenlng tions for making one of the harm- out another pistol that he evidently -
floor Ishe for count. In .
no
:
would take the sixth In the
day of this week. Tester. the second round they fought on On Hike Saturday His wlre-u place} "Ocala in Berry Pack less little dishes of chemical crystals obtained when he went home., .
league.
\y prices fell back and six and aUf even terms until Forsyth caught we were becoming Public Ene- and fired five or six shots Into ,

and seven cents was the price Ishe with a right and sent him franchise league. Will tomorrow.jarlremoney" for my No.'3 or 4 as the case may be, Dyal's bead.Conatable. S)'

sing paid by buyers shortly after down for the count; the bell saved Much Interest Shown At; Meeting Loss of Lake' City was -quite a and were laying foundations for Alvares was not on
Secretary of Grower Association homes.
wrecking many peaceful the at the second
aon. him. The third round saw the battlers When Royal Dixon Was scene shooting-
much,
surprise apparently en- Receives Letter From One of readers happened to see
Twenty-eight express refrtgera- at It hammer and tongs with Heard our When Dyal fell the first time be i
thusiasm baseball had been
IT cars and a small number of Forsyth going down for no count over Prominent House the following clipping In an Atlanta *, had asked that his handcuffs bit
worked In the Columbia Coun-
carried the 486,120 up paper and hastened to bringIt removed. Mr. Alvarez had mis- +
refers
any and Ishe again taking a right on About twenty Boy Scouts en- ;
ty capital, which used to be one A. J. Grlffla, secretary of the In for before any of .
lots of berries out of here Mon- the jaw going down for the countof joyed an Interesting hike to Sampson publication placed the key and had returned in- }3 \ ,
of the strongholds of the In Association
and brought seasonal game Bradford County Grower's the harmless looking depression where he made the first arrest, in ,
night i
ay five, but coming up he fought Lake last Saturday. The troop (y
North Florida. Ocala'srapid
However this week received the following that have been made locally, .
to 15,372,009 pints plants search of It. !
jrwardlngs the
up in
furiously. The fourth round saw left Starke at 9 o'clock
f berries from this point, but lit- Ishe growing cautious and boxing morning and returned late in the entry was regarded as a token letter from a prominent begin to get In their dirty work. A coroner's jury summed Thursday .
of good fortune. Ocala also is North Carolina buying house: We have not heard of mishaps -
Ie more than a million pints short Forsyth, that battler determinedon afternoon. The boys were In any morning by County Judge J. ; ,:

f the total movement out of here a kayo rushed Ishe and ham- charge of Gratton Cooper, assistant a good baseball town and should "Regret to complain about the to date; so you can take the E. J. Wainwright of Union County, ,.
strengthen theleague a great deal. strawberries'' received Wednesdayand following article at Its face value: f.
list season. returned a verdict that Dyal came
mered him with hard rights and scoutmaster.At .
Weaver believes that the is
stage Thursday p. m. The entire lot "In many Atlanta homes on man- to his death from wounds ,
The rain which hit the opening lefts. In the fifth Ishe came outfighting the meeting held last Friday gunshot ) '
at last set for Northeast Florida'ssecond
From tooth shipments were sent out tels or In ornate bowls reposing on that 1
and the
ay of the festival yesterday af staggered Forsyth with a night in the armory the local and fired by Wilbur Sapp,
season preparationsfor to the trade Immediately on ar Uborets, hard times are being symbolized should be held fol"grand
ernoon was warmly welcomed by young man
hard right but Forsyth shook It troop had the pleasure of hearing the opening on April 9 will be

rowers of this section, the berry off, caught Ishe with a right and Royal Dixon, well-known naturalIst carried out Immedl :tely. Jacksonville rivaL by a beautifully bizarre jury Investigation on a. .
>atchea of of whom were "Our examination revealed ber- Chemical creation known as the charge of murder.
many floored him for the count of eight, who Is spending the winter Gainesville
'
St ,
Augustine, "
for the lack of ries off beautifully "depression flower It Is a feath- Funeral services for :Mr. Sapp "
topped
offering severely ,Ishe coming up and fighting hard months on a small lake near Keystone Polatka and Starke are other were .
aln. Rain waa needed in general .was caught by another hard right Heights. Mr. Dlxon's sub but,down In the cups the condition ery growth formed on a glistening were held Thursday afternoon at

oo, far citrus groves and spring I that spun him around and knocked Ject was "Nature, the Great Scout members.Ocala had been asked to join the was not so good, aa we found many lump of coal, and is colored pink the Sapp cemetery near Ralford In. ;,

small berries, also there was in crimson, red or brown. charge of DeWItt C. Jones Company -
rope out.
him on his face completely Teacher. He spoke entertainingly -
circuit >u\ at the timeW&8
a local plants and animals previously many cups considerable berries "Atlantans and others who pro- He Is survived by, his widow -
on
Sanford Orange State Oil Co e aa many well aa those of foreign not ready. Now, evidently, the overripe showing decay. I duce this strange growth from an Bessie Sapp three sons, J. A.
Matson
VISITORS FROM ST. JOHNSA baseball forces in county ordinary lump of coal are literally Sapp, Gainesville, J. C. SaPP. j
,
>Ian establishing gasoline storage countries. "As stated above, these went out:.
have been gathered together. nurturing an Infernal machine Brunswick, Ga.; William Bapp. s
anus here. Invention Immediately to our better type re-
group of citizens from St. Practically every new Work on the local baseball park, which is capable of exploding at ,
World War had Its in- tall merchants already we have
used in the ;
Augustine including: the farm In preparation for the rapidly ap- the slightest concussion, and of releasing (Continued on page S.)
Palm Beach "Palm Beach agent of St. Johns county, was In ception in nature, Mr. Dixon said. proaching season, was not begun. had several complaints on accountof deadly violet fumes of Io i ,

Daly News," started 87th season Starke this week gathering pointers The skunk had been using gas for this week. The work has not yet the condition. We have been dide. In the opinion of chemists,

ecently. on the strawbery industry. Efforts protection thousands of years before been approved by the Reconstruction forced to ask the merchants to go the so-called "depression flower" Is Green Seeks Honor 1 '
scientists thought of makingIt ahead and handle to best advan-
are being made they sold, to Finance Corporation, from a product worthy of the sinister
promote berry growing around St. an Instrument of warfare. Many which source funds were to be ob- tage. We certainly hope there will of Sax Rohmer'a fiendish ,

Relief PlannedFor Augustine Hastings and Elkton. I animals camouflage themselves to tained. not be any sizeable amount of com- plotting

harmonize with their natural back plaint, but thought advisable to For Miami Woman y
(Continued on page 6.)
!ground just as cleverly aa battleships write you Immediately aa to the

Can and guns were camouflaged County Officials condition, as of course under the I

The Farmer Boys Apply during the recent conflict circumstances we will be forced to Agent Is RushedAt Introduce Bill-to Award Mr +

ForCM.T.C.Now and the big berthas that can shoot Have Filed.Reports ask for protection against loss we Cross For Saving Preel-

shells for hundreds of miles are no may sustain." Tag Deadline dentElectA

Meeting Held For This District -- more wonderful than the tiny vio- Mr. Griffls stated Wednesdaythat .

In Jacksonville March Mr. Leon A. Gray, Citizens' Mill let that shoots its seed In many different The report of receipts and disbursements the berries complained about ''I

First Training Camp Representative directions that will of the county officialsfor Carl Johns, assistant tag agent; resolution Introduced by Con- ,
tary so they were not put up by the Associa
'To Convey
R. A. Green -
the period ending December at the gressmon j
rush city
for Bradford County has announced not all grow up In one spot tion. lIe had been forced to buy reported a slight
J. C. Husklsaon State director that men from sev- The Mr. Dixon the 31, 1932, as filed with the comp- hall on Monday and Tuesday as the thanks of Congress to Mrs. i": I
young in
troop gave them from outside grower. or heroic I t'
W. F. for the prompt, ,
troller follows: Cross j
was as
,
)f emergency relief activities, has enteen to twenty-nine years old Scout salute at the close of his der to fill his orders, he said. automobile owners resultantlystraggled rendered ,
services by jf
of the Cltrcult Court: and vigilant [
Clerk
their licenses asa
for at- In to get
Announced a series of regional may file their applications lecture, and it was proposed by The secretary asked that the her In the life of Presi-.
Fees, commissions! and remuneration estimatesthat protecting "
last resort. Mr. Johns
meetings to tendance at Citizens' Military; Scoutmaster R D. Card that the
beginning Monday letter be in order to Impress Roosevelt "
published dent-elect Franklin D. ,
collected $2,113.40
the
; expenses
aunch and after March he sold 125 tags during
on Is
a state-wide agricultural Tralning.Camp naturalist, who an honorary
berry the Importance and to award medal of hon
growers
upon a gold
Net $1513.40.
receipts,
60000. month.
of the
relief will be glad to furnish all last three days
program under supervision of 1. Mr. Gray member of many troops over .
of a good '
Sheriff: Fees commissions and putting up to or therefor" has been reported on.
who have neglected
the State and county units. He any worthy young man in the the country, be given this recog- Motorists ', ,
pack. Those who do so are rewarded OgdenMills
Secretary
favorably by
remuneration collected $1,27881
; their
mid C. M. T. C. applicationblank get fixed up will have to store I I
needy farmers will be assisted county a nition in Starke. In the long run.Mr. Crlf
of the
expenses, $395.00. Net receipts, do their In the wee treasury.
lo the be obtained from The Scouts will meet tonight In cars or driving I
growing crops for pure or one may $883.81County fls said. He cited instances in when The resolution provides: ::
e of their faml postmaster .or high school the at 7:30 o'clock. small hours of the morning '
feeding own any armory Fees commissions which bouses In Baltimore and "That the thanks of Congress be .J.

Judge: not
of the law are quite *
lies but that the State aid, financedy principal. If for any reason an and remuneration collected Nashville habitually call for fruit the eyes Governor Dave Sholts I and are hereby, extended to Mrs. i I''

Federal funds received from the application blank can not be obtained Grapefruit supplies In competing $1001.71; expenses none. put up by a certain grower whose so has vigilant.pointed out that the time limit W. F. Cross of Miami, Fla.. in recognition ; ,
of these sources,
Reconstruction Finance Corporation from any countries are low, and the> export Tax Assessor: Fees, commissionsand pack they are familiar with. of licenses la fix- of her heroism, prompt- '
for the purchase
will not extend to growing of one may be had by writing to Cap- it '
outlook would be bright were and of .
remuneration collected $1- statute and that the law will ness, vigilance presence
Jr. ..350 St. ed by 1'
rash R. F. Wolthour. ,
crops.Chairman tain Jacksonville, Fla. not for the foreign duty situation.work 526.32; 'expenses*$75.00. Net. receipts TRUCK OPERATORS be enforced. mind, manifested by her forcing :

of county relief units, James Bldg., upward the pistol arm of Giuseppe. ;
who are accepted etc., without cost. $1,451.32. HELD TAMPA MEET A twenty-five per cent penalty
County agricultural committees, Applicants Tax Collector Fees, commissions Zangara, who was attempting to> \
this county will attend the The minion of the Citizens' Military : has been effective on all tags purchased ,
from
-ounty farm agents, county home shoot Franklin D. Roosevelt, preeldentelect
located at Fort Screven, Go., Training Camp Is to bring together and remuneration collected A statewide convention of the since February: Records
camp
lemcnstratlon) agents and agricultural Savannah. This will for a month's training, under $1,148.21; expenses, none.. Florida. Research Motor Association of Commissioner Wilder show that of the United State,
near camp
and economics teachers have Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Highway Users' Association to February 15, 145,642 tags had and thus diverted the murderous,
14 to healthful
held from June Julyl3, surroundings, young I
Seen be ;
asked to attend the district : Fees commissions and a one day I session In been Issued for passenger cars and aim of the would-be assassin and
1933. To be eligible for acceptancea men from all walks of life on a I.
meetings, he said remuneration collected, 1170.00 resolutions trucks 41.096 less thus prevented a tragedy that t
candidate must be an American I'I common basis of equality. By supervised ; Tampa Monday adopted l ,864 for ; passenger
The series of conferences included would have shocked the Nation and .
: citizen, physically fit and of good athletlri. military drill, expenses none.- calling on the 1933 legislature to tags and 15.864 :less truck

and at least seventeen and Instruction In citizenship these I reduce license taxes and the gasoline tags than were sold on the same the world .
March 1 at Tallahassee for Gads- character I. tax to enact laws to prevent date last "That the President of the Unit '
COLLECTORTO ,, year.
old on the day camp begins.! I camps are designed to develop DEPUTY
refferson len, Liberty, Leon Wakulla and years Dr W. C. Young of Waldo, has those who attend physically and DE HERE SATURDAY gasoline bootlegging from other While the governor reiterated his ed States be, and Is hereby authorized

,counties. .A second at volunteered physically examineall I morally, to, promote a wholesome states, and to levy a flat mileage promise to request the legislatunto and requested to present.

Live Oak for Lafayette. Madison, from this county. respect for discipline, to teach the A deputy Collector of Internal tax of half a cent a mile on all reduce tag costs to $5 for small in the name of Congress to the sold< ;

milton, Suwannee Columbia and applicants and contract carriers, cars and $10 for large cars, he Mrs. W. F. Cross a gold medal of ,
The government reimburses value of team work, fit them for Revenue will be in the court house, I common: j
Taylor( counties. A third that trainees for transportation to and leadership to peace and war and Starke. Florida, on March, 4, 1933, buses, and trucks operating in the stated he has not authority to 'honor, of appropriate inscription

light at Jacksonville for Flagler, and furnishes all necessities Impress upon them their obligelions I to aalaat taxpayers in making out State. Nearly 200 Independenttruck change or modify the law now in and design, aa a testimonial of the

DuvU Nassau St Johns, Baker, from camp the from all parts of effect, either by extending time of. ( Nation's appreciation of br outstanding -
Clay, Union Bradford and Putnam while there including uni- and responsibilities: as citi I their. income tax returns for I operators tag costs. I deed.
or reducing
ountles. forms, medical attention, laundry seen year 1932. Florida attended the meeting. payment




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? PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA A __ __ FRIDAY MAltc-n ., ]

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I Heilbronn. was visiting Mr. and were visiting relatives in the Wa Dr. O. B. Harley yf ;;'"
shipped by refrigerator car that Mrs. Hendricks'. mother, Mrs. 0. Doh .
S. C. i 1a
teroak section Sunday. visiting at
Mrs. J. L. Conner Sunday. the
ZIFF netted ninety-four cents to their! M. Alvarez. I Gum Branch lions a
Mason of I Ray Goodge of Sampson City, Clyde Rowe, who is employed in father, A. H. Harley I1e&
owner, and several more were pre Paul and Bobby sons W. E. wee(,
M Mlmm LnU M*. Lewi. Car, scnted also. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Mason of Or- Euzabe-IIw-nare.,, Cor. was transacting business in this Jacksonville, was visiting relatives Ga. Chapman ''I" av
I was visiting
frtenf
While the market shows a slight lando, returned to their home section Monday. here Friday. day. ( I1cre p.

Services were held at Rock Increase In prices berries seem to there Sunday morning to join their Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene and son, 0 E. J. Roberts Is visiting relativesIn Miss Emily Kennarct
Church Saturday and Sunday. be on a steady up-trend for the' parents through the holidays. They Harley, Mr. S. Yarbrough and Miss Starke this week. home in Jacksonville 'left far

.. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Thomas and bent In many seasons as far as have been here for the past eight Doris Kersey spent the weekendIn GRAHAMttlmm Everett Loadholtz, who la em- State road department SaturdT L
sons of Jacksonville, were visiting fruit Is concerned, in quality as months as guests of their aunt, DeLeon Springs visiting friends ployed by the Railway Express Co., are engaged this en
1 :Mr. Thomas' parents, Mr. and well as quantity 45,782 quarts Mrs. Esther Browning, while attending and relatives.Mr. Kiln ..0...... Cor. in Jacksonville, was visiting here fence post on curves week in fliiTn 3
week from the local school. of Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. ana
Thomas Tuesday. went to market the past Albert Williams :
g :Mrs. J. B. of town and are
''j A large crowd from here attended here with a great deal of the Evelyn Alexander of Blounts- was viaping friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Volley McKinney H. B. Arwood was shoppingin tlnue this much expected: i to sY
the graduation exercises and the ; shipments being sold to truck lines town, la here for a few days as the here Sunday afternoon. of Sampson City were visiting Jacksonville Friday ment the entire needed IIIIP10lt
I oyster supper at Brooker Tuesday I from the shed here- guest of her aunt and family, Mr. Miss Elizabeth Harnage was the relatives here Sunday. Mrs.' H. M. Snyder returned to length. of roll
night. Buyers predict a steady Increasein and Mrs. J. H. Moore. guest of Misses Elvie and Alice Ed- Mrs. Etta Reynolds wall a visi- her home at Troy, Ala., Friday -
Mr. Rastua Mann was visiting prices in the next few days. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and ,wards Sunday. tor to Starke Saturday. after finishing the term here as Steel Seasonal buying '
at LaCrosse Saturday.Mr. Many of the local growers are children of New River and Mr. and Miss Margaret Sapp Is spend Mrs. Eva Durkin and family of a member of the faculty of- the ly caused improvement aj.
Fred Shaw spent last Sat- complaining of the "red spider", a Mrs. Alvin Kite were here Sunday ing a few days with Miss Hazel I Hollywood, were visiting friends nigh school. prices have been firm, and tiyr
urday night at Lacrosse with rela- Insect that Is of much damage to afternoon as the guests of Mr. and Reddish. here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of ed steel prices weak.

is tives. this crop.R&lford Mrs. E. B. Andrews.B. Misses Ella Mae and Hazel Sapp i Mr. John Saunders of Palatka, Starke, were visiting their daughter -
'( Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jackson- School Closes; Successful J. Cavanaw of Palatka, was spent Saturday night and Sunday 'visited relatives here Wednesday Mrs. G. Anderson Sunday. The visible supply Of Wbeat
vIDe Is visiting her parents for Term here last week on business and with their sister, Mrs. R. Conner.Mr. C. B. Roberts was a visitor to Mrs. D. L. Blackburn was visitIng decreasing; steadily gOOd

iir a while. Last Friday night and afternoon spent several days. Carl Rosier was in our sec- Starke Monday.BOOTSEY'S. at Macclenny Saturday and for future price and market w
Lee Douglas has returned home marked the close of another eight Dr. J. M. Mann, W. M. Graham tlon Sunday afternoon.There Sunday.Mr. provement.MIUTANT
after visiting friends and relativesat month's term of the Ralford ele- and; Brady Rosier were here Sun- was a large crowd attend and Mrs R. A. Grlffls spent --
Macclenny and Lulu last week. mentary school here.A day, and also were in the state ing' the pound party given at the Sunday, the guests of Mr and
vA Mr. Russell O'Berry. Mr. Wilbur record-breaking graduatingclass farm on a business trip. home of Mr. and Mra. Sim Kelly BEACH Mrs. Lacy RIgdon of Starke.Mr. IARYI .

Green Mr. Leroy Brown and Mr. of twenty-one members from Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Raiford and Thursday night and all reported a L. Ga..In.. C.... and Mrs. James Godwin of ..
y, Roberts of Union county were visiting elementary school studies were Mrs. E. W. Tompkins and Mal nice time. he State Farm, were visiting relatives
In our section Sunday after presented diplomas.A colm Tompkins were in Jennings Mr. Albert Williams and Agnes and friends here Saturday Our.bum0qmechonlsm )

noon.'Mrs. very interesting talk on "The Sunday. Mr. Tompkins and the Sapp were the guests of Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford' afternoon. I ) .
F. W. Reynolds and children benefits of going to school," was party were visitors to Jennings at Gladys Keene Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Florence Carlisle, Mr. Clarence Local parties having any items ia'ik
of Graham spent last Tues given to the class by A. L. Drlg- the home of the parents of Miss Clyde Morgan and Lonzy Summers, :Mrs. R. N. Craw- they wished published, will please what-I.I coli
day here with her' parents.Mr. fers, of Lake Butler, a senior of Gertie Ruth Horne whom they took Norman were In our section Sun- Ford and sons, Robert and A. J., give them to the correspondent not
+ Henry Shaw was attendingto the: graduating class of '33 from home on that day. Miss Horne wasa day afternoon.: together with Mr and Mrs. J. Roy later than Tuesday evening, as I COMPLETE,,
business In Jacksonville this there.: member of the school faculty Quinn and sons, Algle and Wilbur, notes are sent to publisher Wednesday .

week. Diplomas were presented to the here. spent the week-end at St. George, morning. -I Why.carit.jomt
r; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr. graduates by the superintendent, All the teachers of the local i I RISING Ga., the guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. W. H. Edwards left Monday one-perfect
G and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daugh- T. S. Thomas, also from Lake But- school faculty are busy getting to I J. Chism. a business trip to New York City. usWE'LL .h.
Q ter Miss Hazel, all attended thee ler. Many friends and parents con- heir homes and back to natural Mr. II. IH. Mrltar, C... Mrs. Mae Dicks and sons, Spence Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Stewartand
birthday dinner of Mrs. F. W. Reynolds gratulated the students upon receiving life, after eight months of school and Raymond, spent the weekendat children of Jacksonville and
j; of Graham last Sunday.J. their well deserved rewards here that has just ended.HIGHLAND. Dukes with relatives. Mrs. Hunter Carardlne and children i NEVERHAVE
havea >
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby
W. Lewis was attending tot after eight years of hard study. Mrs. Florence Carlisle of Starke, of New York City, were .din
In their home. The TO' '
business in Starke Monday.EVERGREEN. Talks were given to the class also new daughter Is spending sometime here with ner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. F. R. EAT !
by Mr. Thomas and their teacher young lady arrived last Thursday. her' sister, Mrs. Dora Crawford. Carradine Sunday evening. 'E'FiMUgA.,
and Mrs. N C Mott and children
Mr. -
Mr. Cecil
and Robinson of Folkston/ ,
-
Principal Ernest Hewitt, -
who has had the school in I spent last Saturday with Mr. Ga., Is spending a while here with
for the past two months.An charge -- M. E. Crews, Cor. Mott's mother, Mrs. Mary Mott, lila aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs.L. I

M... F. A. Racier' Cor. interesting program was pre- at Mra.Hellbronn.Lecla Dunkley and daughter M. Murrhee. + Do You Know ? l
sented by the lower grades duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Nolan of Quite a crowd from here attended : +
of
Mrs. Mabel Denmark Jack-
A church at
Jacksonville Evergreen Saturday
afternoon. were visiting friends
Mra. Reddingand
Mr. and Bryant
sonville Mrs.
visiting Evelyn
here Sunday. werp night and Sunday. I _____
of the State Farm,
daughter, Graduating Class Have Group Crosby Sun Q.Y. -_..... -"
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crews and
his mother, Mrs. H. '
were visiting Pictures Made Mr. Walter Buddington and
J children of Starke, spent Sunday
F Redding Thursday. Last Saturday morning after the daughters, Gwendolyn and Ernes-
here with F. M. Crews and
Miss Pauline Rosier spent the close of school, Ernest Hewitt, family. tine, returned Saturday after LAWTEY{ I'
Mrs. W. B. Caruthers bf Jack-
week-end in Starke the guest of principal of the graduating class, spending three week in the Southern -
her cousin, Miss Maurice Morgan.Mr. took the students to the Vol Studios sonville visited her sister, Mrs. part of the State and will :spend O. J. Phillips, Cor.
Ruth
Marr here
and Mrs. ScheUle Rosier and at the State Farm and had Sunday. a few days with relatives here be- 1
children and W. J. Reynolds were their pictures taken with the exception Little Miss Kathleen Hardee la fore leaving for their home in School Closes

visitors to Starke Sunday after- of three that were unableto with spending relatives.J. several. days in Starke Rhode Island. The Lawtey Junior High School

I noon.Mr. go. A nice piece of work was T. Marr visited friends in Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reddish closed a very successful term here
and Mrs. Leaton Morganand done by the photographers and the Lawtey Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe, all last Friday despite many obstacles
children of Starke were visiting class Is greatly Indebted to them. Farmers of Lawtey attended church at which confronted the faculty and
are busy in this section ,
here Sunday afternoon. The pictures were taken In the mulching strawberries.Mrs. Corinth Sunday.Mr. school trustees. This term by good s Ate
c Miss Mattle Sapp of Penney beautiful park at the State Farm, H. and Mrs Frank Norman of management, was one of the best
C. Wimberly, Miss Beth
,Farms attended church here Sun- with a pool and palms as a back- Wimberly and Ethel Ricks and Wateroak were visiting Mr. and this city has had for sometime.The .
day. ground. Cason Grlffla Mrs. W. T. Crosby Sunday. graduation exercises were held',:
were business visitors -
Mesdames Cohen Peele and Jer- Sawmill Moves to Mount DoraJ. to Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner of at the school auditorium Thursday
., Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. I
ry Dryden were visitors to Starke S. Norris Wateroak section talks
a sawmill operatorwho N. T. Green and children was visiting Mrs.E. evening and very interesting
Wednesday.Mr. has run a mill near here for of Starke J. Lewis Sunday.J. .were made by Rev. W. S. Christyand s .
and Mrs. Russell Reddingwere the past five years, made plans last with her mother, spent, Mrs.Thursday H. C. Wim-here T. Barnes and Chas. Under- Supt. A. J. Griffis. The grad-I i
visiting his brother, Bryant week for shipping his boiler and berly. hill motored to Sampson City Sat- uating class was composed of.
a
Redding at the State Farm Saturday saw fixtures from this place to Mt. Jim Silcox and Lacey Silcox of urday.Mr Misses Gullda Marie Thede, Rosa'
"L night. Dora where he has purchased timber Starke and Jr Ellery Sapp and Mae Rowe, William Wooten, John
were visitors here Satur-
J Rosier Mrs. J. S. Rosier
B. E.
i for a new mill site. day. children of Wateroak, were visiting Godwin, Lewin Redding. Raymond
yt Gerow Sapp, Stella Mae Motes and In a talk with Mr. Norris last Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby Sun- Plummer. 4 tl "de 4

Ruasell Raulerson were visiting I Monday, the writer was Informed e ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilkinson at i that he bad bought a tract of tim- day.Mr.. and Mra. Clayton Crawford Luell Tanner has purchased the'

Maxvllle Sunday. night.HAMPTON. ber near Mt. Dora of near two hun DOUBLE RUN of Jacksonville! spent the week-end interest of F. R. Carradlne in the 5 + t h
dred'aCres and will operate his mill here with relatives.The Edwards Garage, and will have
I there. The tract was estimatedto Ml... Hoot mown C.... young people enjoyed a sole management of same in the
4 cut a half million feet of lumbar pout4 party at the home of Miss future.
I '. :Mr. Fonzo Prevatt and Lacy Nita Kelly last Thursday night The Starke B. Y. P. U. Sunday
MI. Atm Nlmmo, ('... Futch of Lawtey were visitors in given in honor of our teachers, evening put on a very beautiful
J. T. Fillyaw returned here last this: section Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Agnes Knowles and Misa Ruth program at the First Baptist q
Miss Henrietta Evans of..Gainesville week after an extensive visit with Amy Wilmot has returnedto Williams, wno have finished a successful church. It was enjoyed by a large wrw ,

,,. was visiting her aunt, Mrs. relatives In Houston, Texas, and her home here after spending term of school at Rising.A. I number present. .
't C. E. Harper last week. other points In that state. quite a while in Plant City. L. and S. Barnes motored to There will be a school election
a; Rev. G. E. McGauley preachedat Mrs. C. F. River was the guestof Mr. Riley and Lee Crews of St. Sampson City Sunday.Mr. held at the school house Tuesday, w
the Baptist Church last Sunday Mrs. J. C. Jones Saturday after- George, Ga., were visitors In this and Mrs. W. M. Oliver, W. March 14, for the purpose of elect- 11..01 Ad H"
HJ morning and evening.Mr. noon. section Sunday.Mr. J. Driggers and J. L Underhill at- ing trustees and determining mill- JA.t.r./A C-"r'
and Mrs. Ed Durbin of Law Miss Letha Lee of Branford la Dorson Conner, Harley and tended church at Boatwlck Sun- age. All interested will please the compulsory shower bath method used at modern wimmin!
tey were visiting Mrs. Durbln's spending a while here aa the guestof Ethel Crews of New River, were vote on same. THAT hat been adapted by the Canadian National Railway Jo''
l parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams her uncle and aunt, Mr. and guests of Boots and Freda Brown day.Ernest Norman of Gainesville, M. C. Wainwright and Melvin cleaning passenger locomotives? The locomotive. Is moved to and lathe
l; last week. Mrs. H. J. Barnette. Sunday afternoon. spent the week-end here with bill Futch, students at the Universityof through a gute composed of strong spurting jets of water ** shown baW'
''i Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kam- Mr. and Mrs. Florida, were visiting their above photograph. Locomotives are given a thorough shower
Barney Hendrlcka Mr J. C. Simmons of Gainesville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nor- par- adding to the"
found that In addition to
after It has been
merer of Philadelphia, Pa., ar- and two sons, of Leesburg, are here was in this section Sunday eve- ents here over the weekend.Mr. every,run.this regular washing of toc....noQYes also adds to their nn,
appearance
rived here last Monday to spend for a few weeks as the guests of ning. man.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Clemona of and Mrs. V. R. Reddish i iI
r several months. I

T Mrs W. D. Thomas and sons, 1 {THE MAIN THING STREET" F. Van Zelm
Oliver and Harvey. who have been ON MAIN By L.

c visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tucker

.I and family have returned to their ,- Lf. ZEtw.
fluity &Z YAM!
;t ..home In Macon Ga. I The Ladies. Shop.
+' :Mra. Gertrude Roberts and
MAIM 4TIlET's Birr OUR SILK; HOSIERY + 0
-"(
daughter, Elizabeth Ann, were via-
MAIN St
P'p 'Ulng iar. and Mra. Nlram Wynn PEPPYLIVEWIRE PAPEQ AND GET A PUN FOR Jrl GONNA

last week. I YOUQ MONEY FOR COODNES SAXE GET MY MAN

Miss Merle Johnson entertained MERCHANTS DO YOUR / I AQL-1 SHOPPlN A REVERSE CELLO-
CHRISTMA'S
.aL.E
'SALl ClGHT.Bur
ut number of her' friends last Sat
a / COL.LA'litE
IN THIS' TOWN SXOPPING s'ARLYl tOlI
urday night with a lotto party. % / THINGS is A tOf '
\ ore.
,
Among those present were: Oliver SpcNFO- CHEAPER IF YA HE GOT LA*
Thomas, Corry Wynn, Frank Williams HAtS 6T WAIT JUST A YEAR 13
4 Lillian Tucker, Marvin, 1-NE MAIM mEET SSOC, I COUPLA HAYS MOST ALL
y Williams, Oleta Barksdale, M. E. t1EI'lCHAHT'I. ASSOCIATION : war a BEFORE_XMAS \\WOQM our
/ 6Atx m P _
Wynn, Thornton Johns, Gordon I 19 A HOUND W17PCEPAKEDhES ) cL

Coleman Wadaworth.Tucker Annie Hilda Laura Durden Tucker, *. : ;i- ;

J fESTEODAt( THEY
f
Olen Bedenbaugh, Wilma Alex- k
ander. ERECTED A LARGE .-
P'I Miss Annie Laura Tucker was SIGN ON !MAIN 3T. _

, visiting in Jacksonville last Fri ADVOCATING EARLY ,.,

day.The )XMAS SHdPPING. ,
'I (;
( P. T. A. will give an oyster IIII
and baked chicken supper for the ......._'--- .
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benefit of the school next Friday -- -
night March 3. Everyone Is ins
Charles McManus
vited. DOROTHY DARN1T By

Rev. H. H. Critchlow will preach . r ,

} at day the morning Methodist and Church Rev.next H.Sun H.Chambllaa I AnIT. CONN AND WHYS CLOCK AT THE I ( BEEN FICHTIN' VE3Vou OOMT I DIDMTITEU.YOO COUNT TO ONE THATS THE TROUBLE

next Sunday evening.RA1l''OItD TAKE .....OVR.ADVICE ) EVE I'M 1 .a 7 EH? I HgvEro HAVE J HUNDRED BEFORE THE OTHER KlCfSMj.: THER

ANYMORE I ) r'"LL A TELESCOaE Voo TOLD HIM TO ONUTYy
[ //r > TO SEE TM/VTl START COUNT
DO VOOJ ,

I I WEARIN'r TOFlGHTr'
I
Red Kerce. Cor. .


Strawberries Continue to Increase !)
Strawberry shipments from here
were unexpectedly heavy until the j
i latter part of the week. And a d
alight gain in prices was noticed
especially on fruit going to market
through Saturday and Sunday. _
,I t Some returns for. berries shipped ,/T TEfsl'V

i Monday and later to local markets f
y and others netted three and a half
to four dollars "and'even'better'to
+' some instances. Several poor re-
'1 turna were received. The writer
I* aw a return check for ten crates


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MARCH g, 19S5 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE TltOXM b
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--- --- JUNIOR'S LAMENTATIONSBy -I I TIIR OVERWORKED SENIORS good sized tree under favorable) 41

conditions, attaining a height of
( Lester Austin.) When we are dead, don't buryus over 100 feet and a trunk diameterof .
fl. S. JOURNAL It's always been the Juniors at all, four feet. It forms an attractive '
And the Seniors in confllctlons; Just lay us down in the study hall. round head and adapts itselfto '

The main cause of this enmity: Put an English at our head and a streets, even somewhat narrow
The younger set's restrictions! History on our breast; streets. The leaves are the smallest '

-- A Senior always gets the breaksHe Tell Miss Florence and Miss Myr- of our maples. They hang some-

Editor-in-Chief MRS. BOKEE( SIXTH GRADE SEVENTH NEWS REPORT SENIOR CHARACTER ne'er pulls In his neck; tice we are gone to rest. what like those of a poplar. The

HOPES HA'mESManaging --- SKETCHES The Soph and Rats may tolerate, Place a Business Arithmetic our tree gives a moderate shade, not

Editor Last Thursday VIe bad charge of Irma Blair visited friends in But us-It's hard, by heck feet as dense as that of the sugar maple
rz::.cmbly. Ocala Tell Mr. Morrow we hope In Heaven and much leas ao than that of the
Sunday. Genevieve
ROBL'vSCExchange \? Kenly-
They're with those
DREDGE pampered privIleges
Our program Consisted of: Hazel Crews went to Lawtey Born Atlanta, Ga.April 22, we meet. Norway maple. It Is reasonably
Editor "With QuakUjfc Hearts Welcome ; Place an Industrial Geography on tree from Insect attack, though It
we Sunday.We 1917 "
ABBEB HARLEY You" : by Etta!: Fae had We dare not "stir a leaf; our knee, la a favorite with the leopard moth
sufttf a very interesting lesson Pet hobby, costume designing.
For crimes that usedto
Literary Editor Dyal: :: Alease Maples: > Doris Sllcox, In physiology Monday. We Dislikes, (all) T boys, also debat- petty they're And hope Mr. Gray has mercy on and in sections where this insect
LUCILLE EDWARDS Alma Murrhee, '< lie Mae Blade end Mellie Sllcox. been writing poems the last week. ing.Ellen Wiggins- We breed a lotta grief! A Physical Ed. book and Chem- necessary to provide systematic

Sporta Editor A negro dialogue by Robert Here are two of them: Born V\' Green Cove Springs. They up and leave the study hall istry we have In our hand protection or the trees may be>
JOHN INMAN Or speak without permission; And hope to meet Mr. Larsen In ruined.
Green and Lloyd Edwards.: Likes To
bum a drink or candyat
Society Editor "This Letter Is for My Papa"sung The Mountain Treasure recess. While we get five Jerked oft our the other land. The habit of growth and the relatively

Edith of Its been there since I grade Last but not least Is Mrs. Hud- light foliage enables this
JOYCE :MAST by Jones the fourth can remem- Favorite song-"I don't mean a A minimum condition!
and her tree to resist wind
son studies, storms
grade ber very
thing if I ain't got that swing
Class Grade Reporters, Jennie Dunn A playlet "The Lemonade And has always looked so bare. Pet dlsllka-Blowouts They pass around us In the hall We will miss her and all her bud- successfully, although old trees are

2th Bunts Canova, Stand." Those taking t part in this They say in its high lofty peaks Hope Haynes And they're allowed to march dies. frequently mutilated and become
1th ,Grade (By two members of Senior Class.) unsightly or picturesque, some-
Stump were: Mary Lee Stafford- Charles That a treasure Is hidden there. Born-Atlanta, Ga. first.
Aoth Grade Marjorie Louise Snyder Priest, Jewrtt Fogg, Sidney Onfie !- Likes-To read and go to Dot's. We Juniors-well, our hearts are STALKS thing depending upon the viewpoint -
Many a girl lost her loverIn It is one of our desirable
Artie
Grade Hazel Lennon Hodfre. Mae Prevatt, Dislikes-To get sick. full, ON TREESDr.
|9th shade trees.Manatee .
Clara Flume and Theodore Tyler. : those high peaks above, Carol Cain- And some about to burst.

Joke Editors MORGAN Below is one ct our best original Where cloud mist surroundsThe Born, Atlanta, Ga. But that's not all; hark unto this: ( E. Porter Felt, Director the e
CLYDE stories about George: Washingtonthat ones who fall In love. LikesNursing.DislikesDeceit.. Hey! Walt! Hands off your gat! Bartlett Tree Research Labora- Florida Grapefruit

we wrote Jut Wednesday in There's been hour, We hafta treat 'em to a feed- tories, Stamford, Conn.) Canning Co. starting operating local -
an
[ASSEMBLY PROGRAM English class: wasted many Okie Hlnson Now wot you think of that The red maple Is one of the plant recently. r /

L ---- Up among the misty snow Born-Hampton, Florida. And then these scamps, we're loath II earliest trees to respond to the 10 ._ ToO
Friday con- George Washington Likes-Sports.
chapel program For the treasure was ever hunted to hear warm weather of spring. Its tiny
Id of a typing contest and aIte Dislikes-Riding the school bus,
red blossoms the latter part
George Washington was born And still Have appear
a one got to
many go. some more say;
Those taking part In thefce Feb. 22, 1832. HI* father had and boys T For April first, professor says, of March or early April, pushing ATLASThe
contest were Lois Long, But I to hunt Essie L. Sapp- before of the
large plantations and plenty of never expect The Sage can stage Kid Day! out all snow disappears -
Be Dinkins Bunnle Canova Up where It is so cold. Born-New River, Florida. and ahead of the small, light
money, so he wasn't poor like some Of course, we grudge this not to
feuerlte Prevatt, Lester Schnell, people. Not even for the treasure there Likes-Driving school bus, typIng them- green leaves with their whitish

|ge Arwood and Marjoriep. When a little boy, Washington That was hidden by the bold.It short hand, and industrial We toughs care not for such; under surfaces. The flowers alone Standard Oil

Marjorie Stump made the always told the tnitb. No matter stands there geography. Anyway, the "kids" won't have to Justify the name of red maple, TireGuaranteed
l words.e what he did, 1141 owned up to It.One so lonely Dislikes-English, history. actThey've- though the red color of the twigsIn
team Martha Yet many lives have been lost Nickname-"Bessie."
e negative the spring, the red fruit or seedsin
day his boy friends came over done been "kidded"
so One Year
In[ and around its hidden
covers "
I Lois the -
and Long won
June and the red
nice to play with IUIQ. They went out much., May or or
|te. Members of the affirma- to the pasture to ride the ponies. That's what treasure cost. Margaret Williams has been appointed scarlet foliage In late summer or
Genevieve Kenly as Senior class reporter. lamentations fall of those in NN.....M..e
| team were His friends said they bet be could I[ hope some one Is lucky Despite our pals, early growing 1
I Annie Laura Tucker. 1 hope you'll wait to hear- swamps, all emphasize this dom-
not ride
a little colt. He
frisky got And so strong and brave
Of late farm
have beenon t
k there was not enough time on his back and: the colt went to That he will go away up there I the prices It's only two months more, pals, inant character. It Is both a
but losses
fourth period class downgrade, have It'll not be death to of the and "
I to have a kicking and raringback.. A blood And not find a lonely grave. been small. bear- prophet spring an an- Frigidairethe '
[ Gray dismissed us early for vessel burst In his body and he Cattle was one of the If things go wrong for Just two nouncer of fall styles for trees, a ,;
exceptions, showing a rise. Cotton,
died. But find the treasure months, leader In the pageantry of nature. "
Washington was truthful i
so \
he went and told Me mother. That is hidden there grain esses.Brooksville,. hay, hogs and sheep took WE'LL be big bugs next year'! This tree has various names. It is three year guar- '

And return with safety known as the soft maple, white
AN OMISSION Washington Wanted to be a sail- Now for the chorus
or and was ready to start on his With it In his care. 02 Hush, little : maple, scarlet maple, shoe-peg and anted electric refrigerator
cars citrus fruit Junior,
Lt week we failed to mention first voyage. His'mother persuaded And when he returnsSo shipped from two local packing Don't you cry; swamp prefers maple wet areas, the, last though because It does it

mportant number of our aafely him not to 10.. brave and bold houses to recent date. You'll be a Senior
well !In drier locations. It ranges
program for February 7th. As years weft by, Washington So that his waiting bride Tampa New pro-cooling plant By and bylCopyright! from Newfoundland to Florida and
las a yodeling number by Joe became more arid more intelligent. opened here line ( by Lester Austin.
Will write their names in gold. by Mallory at ) westward to Minnesota, Iowa and
jford, Herbert Packham ander He soon became commanderinchief Thelma Cardella Wynn. Mallory terminals. Texas. It grows somewhat slow For tale bySmith's
| Austin. of the arjjiy. He won in most
Delray Beach Repairs being ly when young and this has doubt-
all his
wars.
HeavenI Carpenter Friday. made to old Chamber of Commerce less Influenced many in selecting
THIRD GRADEe People becaft interested in Hugh Walters' visited relatives In HaiL trees for and
planting, aa a conse-
wonder what Heaven Service
Washington and elected him first ,
Gainesville over the week-end. It has It has not been used
Would be like quence
\ little president of the United States. Vonda Inman and Dorothy White Madison:&[. A. Williams
have some frog eggs With beautiful angels of God Groc- so generaLy as come other and
| some tadpoles In a Jar. We MeUle Silcox. To alt at the wonderful table were two of the main players in ery Installed new Warren refrigerator possibly not markedly superior
1 '- !
+' StationStarke i
: one big tadpole that will soon OUR JOIE; COLUMN And be numbered a child of God? ton the basketball game with Willis- show case. shade trees. This tree when planted I : ,
i frog. The eggs look like a Tuesday night. as a three Inch sapling should I
' mass. The tadpoles are little What- I wonder what Heaven The ninth grade elected Dorothy Avon Park Avalon Theatre attain a trunk diameter of Id
[round and black at first. As Mrs. Long: is today Would be like' White as the president of the class repaired and reopened for busi- Inches In 20 years. Fla. \

IT grow bigger they get two llt- Louis day.: George Blrthlngton'swash 'Way up above the clouds and N. E. Griffin as news reporter. ness. The red maple develops Into a ,_ .. III, I'

hlnd legs and them two front Where the thorns have turned to ---- -- l I
brought the tad- thistles, -- -- .. -- \
Enos Hayes .
Miss Middle ton; People should be .
Is.te. And the animals speak aloud.I t\111
kind to all dWXb animals.
also have a little ring-necked James Holltngsworth\ : Well, they wonder what Heaven J" i
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In a Jar iJ
are not kind to me.
Would be like?
I Harold Johnson brought it. Thee
And if I could ever reach
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nge is underneath.black on He has an One time a toy and his father Such a dear and a golden mountain It!

were at dinner eating. The boy .
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And wash some disciples feetI i
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Father: Can't you use your I'
too. He has a brown shella tongue Would be like' "

brown body. He makes a Son: But father, my, arms are And rm sure if we follow His t..1
jhy track wherever he He
goes. longer than my tongue. word,
strawberries and leaves and --- That some day unexpected,
ss. He likes water. Alice We'll homeward
What Would Happen go Journeying
nes brought the snail to us. If Grace Afldreu did not ask COUNTY

questions in Algebra alure.Patsy Edmondson :I

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f. L. and Earl George were ab- If Vonda Indian could not reach -
t Monday. the transum Carlton Davis and Elaine Wynn > h,

Ve made two posters, one of If Buck WlUItuns! bad his science attended the school closing in TELEGRAPH

coin and the other one of Washon lesson every flftyT Brooker Thursday night. .
and the Indiana. If Lillian Sternbefg went to bed N. E. Griffin visited relatives in

obert Sullivan had a birthday before 12 o'clock T WUllston over the weekend.The ..

psday. ,--. ninth Science A class was S'rr '
dlth! Jones went to Sanford Palm Beacl Everglades: : Inn very glad to have Miss Jackson '

day to visit her father. on Everglade Avenue, opened as an assistant teacher for Mrs.


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Mrs. IL B. Mc- of Lake City, ,
vlth Mro Darby I oil is pleasant to take in the i back and get your Rl '
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J. T. Moore as Barefoot of Starke. say u'
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;' tendon and Mrs. Others present nt this delightful Mr. E. D. Card, 77, formerly of form of BUKETS, the bladder, are bothered with t:>lCKt.e:

/ hostesses. i affair were: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. I Detroit, Mich., but a resident of physic also containing buchu pains caused from *:, :der Grli
: ;30CDtl 1 -SQUARE DANCE i Surrency and 1>lr. and Mrs. T. W. Starke for about twelve years,, leaves, etc. Works on the blad- orders you are bound K f 'J
i !, I Markey. Miss' Mary Alice Cahoon, I I passed away Tuesday afternoon at der similar to castor oil on the after this cleansing ano y'M:

( ""I' 1 The American Legion AuxiliaryIs I H. R. Brown of Brooker, Howard 5:30: o'clock following a lingering bowels. Get a 25c box from any your regular sleep. MltcheuVfi t
")' }, dt sponsoring a square dance every Smith of Lake City and :Mrs. Alice Illness. :Mr. Card was a memberof drug store. After four days if not Store says Bukets (Is a beat,
at the Legion Hall. Thomas and children. the Baptist Church and< a faithful
J. E. Wilson and Friday night
and Mrs.
6, t CLUB TO MEET Ing, Mr. when well.
attendant
March third, music will be furnished -
Mrs D. P. Carpenter.
by Yeoman's Orchestra, and SMALLEST'FIRE HAZARDS Funeral services were held at
The Woman' Club of Starke win March 10 by the Orange Grove CAUSE LARGEST LOSSES the residence Thursday afternoon
hold their regular monthly meet W. M. S. MEETS MONDAY String Band. The public. Invited et 2 o'clock with Dr. Geo. H. Low- + Do You Know? +
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at assisted Rev. W.
afternoon
ing next Wednesday of officiating, by
to attend. of the greaUst causes
and
3:80: o'clock at the club house The regular business program W. .. One by fire t'\ 1931 F. Jones. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs..
of the Baptist property destruction
The annual election of officers will meeting hazards- E. L. Biggs, Messrs. Luther and
church Monday PLANTED one of the smallest
M. S. was held at the FLOWERS was
t typ.held and all members are urged afternoon with a large attendance matches and smoking materials, John Powell, with Miss Anita

,l. to be. present. W. E. Bryant, proprietor of the according to the Actuarial Bureau, Courtmanch, violinist accompanist",
"It Is Well With My Soul
much time Board of Fire Underwrlters. sang
A very inspiring devotional was Carola Cafe Is spending of the National
W. M. 8. TO OBSERVE" i side of which was Mr. Card's favorite
conducted by the president, Mrs. beautifying grounds on the .,
WEEK OF PRAYER A. M. Darby with scriptural read- his restaurant Petunias and asparagus This la not a tirade against hymn. Interment was at Kingsley

ing, singing and prayer. fern have beeu planted thoughtless smokers. The Idea U Lake Cemetery.
The Baptist W. M. S. will observe of the Pallbearers were: Messrs. C. A.
The program was rendered by along the entire length merely to suggest a few precautions
the March week of prayer Circle No. 2, Mrs. L. O. Powell, building and tubs of Easter lilies in the interest of greater Futch, W. L. Wall L. A. Davie J.

by holding meeting" at the leader, assisted by Mrs.O. W Alder have been placed In the rear.BIRTHS safety for life and property. To M. Brownlee, H. I* Brownlee and

I 4' church: next Monday. Tuesday i man, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. S begin with, why do smokers discard W. J. Epperson.

Thursday and Friday afternoons W H. Perkins. The topic "Be Ye matches in unsafe places- musician and writer, collector.
M at three o'clock and Wednesday the Lord's People," dwelt on home Usually because no receptacle is Presbyterian. Hitherto a Repub
evening at 7:30. All members are missions the Southland and was Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rhoden handy. If ash trays or other receptacles

'sl requested to plan to attend Just as- very Interesting.Mrs. Starke, boy, February 28. were provided, many of the lican.War: George H. Darn, 60. Utah.
,y many of these meetings as potBible. O. B. Flynn sang a solo, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thornton, fires caused in'this way would be Mining executive former gover-

y "Tell Me the Old, Old Story". Starke, boy, March 1. prevented. What Is the poor nor. Congregationalism
The business meeting was taken Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews, New smoker to do when no ash tray Is I Justice: Thomas J. Walsh 73.
} DANCI.-oF-TIIE-MONTII CLUB up with reports from secretary- ,River, boy, March 2. handy? Make certain that the discarded Montana. Lawyer and senator
SPONSORS RED CROSS DANCE treasurer and committees.The Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Norman. match.ot? "butt".Is out It Catholic.

rl society will entertain the Starke, boy, February 18. has been suggested that the match Postoffice: James A. Farley 44.
Vl The Dance-of-the-Month Club minister's association on March 14, be broken la two before it Is drop I New York. Building supply executive

will sponsor a dance for the benefit arrangements to be left with social METHODIST HOLD GETTOGETHER I ped.. In order to be sure that it has political leader. Catholic.
of the Bradford County Chap- committee. Next week. March 6 MEETING been extinguished. Stepping on Navy: Claude A. Swanson 70.

ter American Red Cross, Friday to 10, Is the regular week of pray the discarded "butt" will do the I Virginia. U. S. Senator. Methodist. ..... urWr. w. +..4rrI4iLi1
+ night March 10. Proceeds will be er. Meetings will be held in the Tuesday evening, in spite of the I I Job thoroughly. I Interior: Harold L. Ickes !58. ;
used for relief work in the county. church Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- not the I
heavy, cold rain, a number of I Smokers are only ones ,Chicago lawyer and social reform I
The Woman's Club has donated the day and Friday afternoons and members of the Methodist church I who cause,.such fires Dreadful accidents i leader. Presbyterian. Republican ;
;; use of Its auditorium for the eve Wednesday evening. gathered at the club house to hear ] have resulted from children independent. %

ning. Invitations will be issued Reports were given or personal Mr. H. C. Buckland, of Jacksonville playing with matches. Keep the I Agriculture: Henry A. Wallace,
1 next week.CIRCLES. servtca work and showed great activity talk on the subject of church matches in closed metal or earth 44. Farm editor and organization
on the part of the members. enware containers and well out of'leader. Presbyterian. Independentof

WILL MEET MONDAY Meeting closed with prayer by anancesAfter disposing of business, a reach of children. Again, fires have Republican background.

aF Mrs. Raymond.MRS. was given and been caused by housekeepers Commerce: Daniel C. Roper 65.:
Mis pleasing program
The circles of the Woman's
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the Methodist refreshments of hot chocolate and throwing lighted matches into South Carolina. Lawyer former
of
Society
sionary CHAPMAN ENTERTAINSU. sandwiches were served. Mrs. W. wastepaper baskets. The suggestion government executive. Methodist.
after.
Sr Church will meet Monday
Circle D. C. AT STATE FARM B Parks and Mrs. N. T. Bitch about receptacles applies here Labor: :Miss Frances Perkins, 49. rc.r_ AbtfmJ ar?
noon at three-thirty.will be entertained num.her by composed the decorating committee also. Be sure the match l is out! New York. Sociologist and lawyer. THAT In this altar In the Peace Tower of the Canadian Parllimul

one W. and Mrs T One of the outstanding social affairs and the club auditorium and Such ).accidents have hap Episcopalian. Irscrlbed w" contained the Book of Remombranci hi
,
rii la ; :Mrs. A. Redgrave of the winter season took with the pened resulting In loss of life and -- which Is the names of all Canadian soldiers who lost
ke1 i ., Olson, at the home of the former place Wednesday afternoon when library was brightened dogwoodand property because care,was not exercised i Mayo Improvement made at Ilves In the World WarT The rltar was a gift from Great Brltalet.
Syr Circle number two will meet at graceful yellowjassmine in ,. of and ,Gulf Station1 Canada. Upon the walls of the chamber are being entitled the ,
Mrs. L. F. Chapman ,was hostessto The committee use matches Filling operated by name
blossoms. of all
the with Mrs. W. F, plum men who served In the Canadian forces
f' parsonage Unit- materials that word of A. T. Folsom. during the war.
the W. T. Weeks Chapter, refreshments were smoking ,, a
serving
and Mrs.W
Jones, Mrs. L. F. Smith
ed Dai inters of the Confederacy, Mrs. A. Z. .Ad caution seems to be needed--even .
Mrs. J. H. Bitch
; : F as hostesses
ty ti ... ,Boulware St at her home at tbft State Farm. klns, Mrs. O. W. White and Mr.. though suggestions appear so Panama City New coffee fac-
decorated In 1931 tory opened at 252 West First
simple. American
BOBBY BIOOS HAS The rooms were lavishly E. S. Matthews. property
BIRTHDAY PARTY with spring flowers and trailing r i + to the amount of $35,217,080: was street.

vines and the guests also enjoyed !MRS. D. W. HAZEN CELEBATES destroyed. in fires caused by care-
'i t; Bobby Biggs invited fifty little Inspecting the lovely grounds surrounding 76TH BIRTHDAYA less use of. matches and smoking Stop Getting Up Nights STRAWBERRY PICKERS'TICKETS
the house materials ,America the Bladder with
a i 1; people to help him celebrate his cannot be Physic
sixth birthday,. and on Thursday TheChapter- historian, Assisted reunion was held Sunday. Feb. proud of that record., Juniper Oil
ly afternoon the guests gathered at by Miss Flo Jackson of Baconton, 26th at Brooker at the home of Drive out the Impurities and ex-
r the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Ga., gave interesting read'ngs describing Mrs. D. W. Hazen, the occasion be- AT THE,STARKE HOTEL cess acids that cause Irritation

I l' Biggs and enjoyed themselves to "Heroic Women of the ing her seventy-sixth birthday an- -
Guests at |he Starke Hotel during
,
the fullest extent. South In War limes. niversary.At '
The St. Patrick Idea was carried At six o'clock'tbe'' hostess serveda the noon hour a bountflul the first of the week were: Mr.
J out In the decorations and favors tempting buffet supper and dinner was spread out in the yard 'W. B. Gallager. Ocala; Mr. A. E.

Ca,, given the children. Dixie cups and from a beautifully appointed table and many gifts were presented to Peacock Jacksonville; Mr. D. C. "T
Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
cookies were served at the close of coffee was poured by Mrs. J. M. the honoree. Ocalal.).: .
t'' M the happy afternoon. Brownlee, president of the local Those enjoying this affair were Brown. Laurpna, S. C.; Misses RoseB. rRaei4 .' :$2.00 Per Thousand "
Wilson'and
chapter. her seven children, namely. G. W., Grace' :M. Smith,,

'{ DR. AND MRS. IL B. Visitors present were Mrs. An- E.M.. T C., A. A., and B. F. Hazen, Hartford Conn.; Mr. Jack Wil-i -
? 1' McLENDON ENTERTAIN nie M._ Richard, past president of and Mrs. L. A. Brown, all of Brooker kind Savannah, Ca.:'Mr. and Mrs. '
fi the Annie Perdue Sebrlng Chapter1 and Mrs. F. M. Sanderson of Charles RIchel Mr.Joseph H. Goldberg -

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Jacksonville r Mrs. M. E. Ed- Tampa. Her grandchildren, name- New York City; Mr. J. H.
l were host and hostess to friends wards, who for years past has ly: Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Thos. E. Moore,, 25c Each Additional ChangeAt
I' and members of their bridge club been> a prominent church and civic and Mrs. R. E. Hazen. Mr. and Madison Del.; Mr. Roy Campbell,,
1{' on Thursday evening at their homeon worker In this section of the state; Mrs. E. J. Hazen Ivan Vascoe, Mr. C. F. Scaff, Wilmington, Del.; When Fire Drives

Walnut street. The home Mrs. W. E. Middletotn. presidentof Mph Aubrey. Purvis, Wlnlfre!!. Miss Lois Dowling, Jacksonville;;
Out Your Tenants
which lends Itself so well for entertaining the Woman's Club of Starke; Madeline, Grace. Clifford, Dan Ev- Messrs. E. T. Rivers Karl Rivers,,

11 was tastefully decorated Irs. Davies an active*worker in elyn, Margaret, James Douglass, Roslyn, N. Y.;' Mr. E. M. Davis, your properly become. nnpr Huolive. .
with baskets filled with club and civic affairs at the State and Phyllis Hazen and Iris and Tampa; Mrs. Gertrude Fowler,, DutUjrouhaveltenllnMiriuc*
white dogwood blossoms and wild, Farm, and Miss Flo Jackson, a Artford Brown of Brooker.' Harltford, Conn.; Mr. W, A. Harvey to make your Fir ln uruic. Prilection theTEEGAPH

V azaleas. Several progressions of harming visitor from Baconton, Also her great grandchildren: Jacksonville f ; Mrs. Ceo. H. more complete, you it III I IMtclmbuned
{ contract bridge were enjoyed, and Oa. Everette McKInney, of WiUleton, Johnson Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. C. tor the loai of rrnln.The ..

at the conclusion of the game Chapter members present were: and Minnie Lou., Doyle, Jack and. L. Howard, Brookline, Mass.$ Mr. emit It 0nmll-the prolrtlionIt

f r' scores were added and prizes Mesdames George D. Flynn, Emma Howard n zen. and X1L Mrs. L/. rtHERE'S C.:' Thomas,- Chicago,, ."'........,.. L.,,.tell you.......,..
i awarded Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mr. lanova. E. S. Matthews, S. E. Her nieces and nephews: Mr. and .
I ; F. F. Stump for holding high Brownlee, J. M. Brownlee, O. L. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of Starke Mr -i A QUICK: LOOK'' HAROLD C. WALL ,OFFICE

scores. Haynes A. M. Darby, W. L. Wall, and Mrs. R, T. Osteen of Brooker, INSURANCE
AT ROOSEVELT'S CABINET
i '.4N q ,The. hostess, served a delicious A. Z. Adklns, L. H. Hill, W. E. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. DeugUsrf, Mrs, .H ,' ,, : ,
salad course to the players who Torode, L. A. Davis E. 1C. Ferryman Mary Cole, Mrs. J. S. Wall. Mrs. facts STAIIKE. FLORIDA ,i
were: CoL and Mrs. H. V. Knight, E. L. Biggs, J. E. Wilson, W. H. Brown and IL M. Douglass Here are some quick as
t :Mr, and Mrs F. F. Stump, Mr. and Misses Etta TIson and Madge Mid- of Lake City and J. A. Douglass of compiled by'the V Associated Press, BOREE & GIDDENSFUNERAL
on the new cabinet which takes
Mrs.: D. A. Montieth Dr. and Mrs.V dleton. Alachua. DIRECTORS Phone 29
bold tomorrow
E. L.' BIgga, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. The April meeting will he held at Her great nieces: Mr. and :Mrs. : Cn.krt DUplar Room Near DepotAt
+, Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. VlnV the home of Mrs. A. M. Darby, Llttlefleld and Miss Jessie Gllsson Secretary of state: Cordell Hull D..tt'. Warekoaae
61. From Tennessee, lawyer, representative LICENSED EMBALMER
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By 85: to 01 ntveralde Af... J........111.
Treasury: William H. Woodfln,
64. New York City. Industrialist,



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i-RIDAY. MARCH... S-, -1833- _------ -.-. -- -..- .. -. BRADFORD- _-COUNTY- '-'- TELEURAFIl- S FARKE..-FLORIDA _..___.._.PAGE__...Five.M,.. I ; '

uz; ;; : '.?5?;,2 S' 252525525Z525255 On Tuesday evening the mission t -I 1 consideration and support of Covornor I maximum has been ten cents. A. 't J: t 1 1'\

J I study class of the PresbyterIan r NEW RIVERMl >v I State Capital NewsOn Dave Sholtz. number of departments how in 'I' r, ""I '
church met at the home of
A point in the program calling their reports that they have befIt .>vi(,, I I ) '
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Bits of Mrs. M. W. Morrow with Mrs. E. *. KM. \\I.! ..... Ce,. I for the creation of a state bond operating at five cents a mile. 4 '

M. Davis as leader. Next Tuesday. the day that Florida Justice refunding board the governor call- ------ eH, I [ ..t I'i 1

evening the study will continue at I. Our; school closed last Friday after was being meted out to Giuseppe ed "the best part of It," but said Marianna New Palmetto Fruit 1 ,' : "

the manse with Mrs. Geo. H. Low an eight month's successful Zangara, the following resolution he thought the board should be Stand, located east of Chlpola river ; I I f
weal J.t Iev@S ry in charge of the program.I I made up of the governor, comptroller ",
with Mr. W. S. and
term Slbley was being passed by house of rep- bridge, opposite airport opened. ,
Miss Lena Belle Shepard as teachers. resentatives of the. State of Nebraska and treasurer of the State, assisted ,t : i
TWO MEN ARE DEAD AFTER i
by an expert attorney appraiser -
a certified copy of which ,
SIIOOTING OVER BERRY CROP and to avoid the Tampa Unit of J. C. Penney: '! i
Concerning Our People Business and Andrews visiting analyst I
Mt Elaine was has Just been received by Attorney chain of store !' -
department opened i ;
in Lake Butler:.Saturday after-I General Cary D. Landis: creation of any new boards "The : f'I'1 ;
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of the
Progreti County and Town. (Continued from page 1.) noon. That this house reflecting the sen- bond problem" the governor continued ; \ \ I
Raiford; three brothers Ury Sapp "Is the real problem con- f ;
Mrs. Joe Moreland and daughters timents of the state of Nebraska, r ; I
___ O OO Q OOOQOOOOQO I Lake Butler, Tison Sapp Raiford Dorothy and Joan of Jackson- urges vigorous prosecution In the fronting municipalities.'" "Let'sall I
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OcJ"---------1 '- ;d- I L. Sapp Raiford; four sisters Mrs.J. ville, were visiting, Mr. and Mrs. case against Giuseppe Zangara by face the music and go throughthe THEATREII' 1 ;
County Agent I* T.Dyer of Lake Mr. Mrs L. D.-Vinlng spent S. McCormick Raiford, Mrs. B. G. W!; Andrews here Sunday. the State of Florida. wringer together" he concluded. RITZ :

Butler was In Starke Wednesday. Monday at,Glen St. Mary. D. Kelly Raiford Mrs. R. A. Red- Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and sister '
;
dish, Raiford, Mrs. Ira Andrews Miss Ouida Andrews and Miss Attorney General Landis Immed- STARKE FLORIDA, f '

Mrs. 1* A. Davis spent Mondayd Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Starke. Elaine Andrews were visiting In! iately replied calling attention to State shell fish commissioner ----- --.--
Tuesday In Jacksonville. Monday in Jacksonville. Funeral arrangements for Dyal I the fact that within less than a George W. Davis recently com- .
Lake City Thursday.A week of the time the crime was FRI. ft SAT, MARCH .-..
had not been announced to time of
up chicken supper was given at pleted a survey the Choctaw-
Ladle full fashioned chiffon New Dresses arriving this weekat of going to press Thursday. the school house Thursday evening commltteed Zangara had been hatchee bay a1 ea and reports the DUCK JONESIn
fair and trial and
given a Impartial
Mo at Steinberg outlook excellent for the develop-
only for the
Boee Sternberg's. as a closing program
had been 80 In
sentenced.to
DEPRESSION PLANT crowd attended years ment of the oyster Industry in this '
school. Quite a, large "FORBIDDEN TRAIL" ;
prison the maximum under the
Rev. O. P. Raymond and daughter MIGHT GO "BOOM"I and all reported:! a nice section.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Turner of : very laws of Florida. And two entertaining short
Harriet Raymond spent Referring to' conference held
Mlsa I
S. C. the
Dorchester are guestsof
subjects
|Saturday In Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs., Sam Anderson.Mr. I (Continued from page 1)) time.Miss Essie Sapp attended the with Dr. Prytherch of the U. S.
basketball games In Lake Butler Governor Dave Sholtz has an- Bureau of Fisheries, Davis said Dr. ,.-.-----.--- --- .
"According to W. C. Dumas consulting -
Rev. E. M. Rooks of Jacksonville It Is an admixtureof Friday night. nounced the appointment of Ji; B. Prytherch expressea the oplnoln !MOV. & TUES., MARCH 8-7 ,I
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight Miss chemist Sullivan of Boca Raton to succeed that Chotawhatchee
was a guest Saturday Iodine which la likely to producethe Mr. and Mrs., M. L. Johns and oysters were MILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL "
Lena Bell and W. M.
Griffin. Shepard Agin State Hotel Commissioner Ben H. second to the famed Delaware
land Mrs. T. J. I children were visiting in Ocala and only i
of
an explosion.If
greatest peril With
visited Bok Tower Sunday.Mr. BoHtain whose resignation became Bay oysters.In .
Silver Springs Sunday.
used to-
ammonia and Iodine are
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby spentthe Dumas Mrs. Carl Knight of Starke was effective March 1. The governor CAROLE LOMBARDK & I IRODT.
coal Mr.
the ,
( week-end Palatka with Mr. : and Mrs., H. C. Buckland, gether on visiting in our section Saturday stated that the appointment of a a letter to Governor Dave ARMSTRONG I i'
the Is not at all Imaginary i ,
land Mrs. H. C. Richard. of Jacksonville were here Tues- said! but danger real because the com- morning, and 'Wns accompaniedhome successor did not mean that he Sholtz, J W. Hunter, State Attor- AlsoARTHUR 1

day evening. bination forms nitrogen of iodide, by her 1)lste'r) ,'"' Miss Lena had changed his plan to recom- ney for the 16th Judicial District, TRACY In p 'II, \Il ,

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. E. and when this dries as a compoundIt 'Belle Shepard. who has made her mend to the legislature that the urged that a request be made to Romantic Melodies and I'lctorlnl ")

M. Johns motored to Gainesville Dr George O. Mahy of New Is highly sensitive to concussionor 'I home with Mr. and Mrs. 2!. F. state hotel commission be abolishe all state attorneys to cooperate In

Monday afternoon. York City, was the guest Sundayof even the slightest Jar or touch. Wiggins during the school months. dand Its activities placed under the state's economy program by a ; : \ f ': I
the board of health. voluntary salary reduction of 23: WEn.1' !4 MAIL 8-0 I
Dr. and Mrs. George H Lowry. "Speaking as a chemist," Mr. Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter, : f
,',
I ,
Mr T. J. Griffin and Mrs. C. N. Dumas said. "I think it would be EsHie, were visiting In Starke Sat- per cent. A similar expression was "1 AM A FUGITIVE FROM I I '

I Christy spent Tuesday In Jackson- Dilly Graham of the Universityof well to caution'people against the ,urday. Acting Motor Vehicle Commissioner also received from State Attorney A CHAIN GANG : fH'

| villa. Florida, Gainesville was in 'depression flower.' Nor would it Bliss Maurice Morgan of Starke, George Wilder was informed Urady Burton of Wauchula and ono And ,\ 'j I '
with Miss wire from Governor Eu- or two others the governor stated.
Starke iodine and spent Thursday night In a jll
Monday. be advisable to use mer- unoun"AlUtE1TY
I
.
New Spring Dresses as' cheap curochrome at the same time 'Ell gle Sapp. gene Talmadge of Georgia that t' ,\
I II.S $1-05 at Steinberg's. Miss Estelle Davis, of Sampson though this in Itself will not cause Mr. W. E. Loadholtz of Jackson- time limit on 1032 license tags has All State officials and employees \ ,f!

.I.-- City pent Tuesday here visiting. an explosion but might be poisonous ville, spent last week with Mr. and been extended to April 1 and requesting traveling by automobllo on a The management extends its r lf y ii

Mrs. Dan Pike of Jacksonville friends. if it came in contact with cutsor Mrs. S. L. Crews. : that Florida officials be mileage basis must limit their ex- sincere appreciation to the people \, \ i
| Is the guest of Mrs. H. C. Wall this I scratches on the hand." Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Butler are informed. Commissioner Wilder pense to seven cents a mile or less, of Starke for the magnificent I' \,

I week. Bring the kiddie to Sternberg'sfor "Mr. Dumas also said that Iodine : receiving congratulations over a stated that the request would be state the board of commissioners of attendance at the opening. ;t'fII 1 t;; r
baby girl which was born'Monday honored. institutions ruled. Former 1iV .. It''
I
'
their shoes. and carbolic acid, which some pea ] ,1I' \"
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent ple use to promote the fungus-like morning. : '
week-end In .Jacksonville and Governor Dave Sholta has received I' v i
the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Toland of growth on the coal, also ia a-po "
I St Augustine., Jacksonville were guests of Mr. tential explosive. "REVEREND"it'W .. official notification from Ir
.iWL-I. ,
of State L Stlm- NOTICE ;g
Secretary Harry ,
and Mrs. J.. H. Courtmancb and "According to James M. Calrd, a ,
when corrrectly
has returned bad enough son that Congress has passed a
Paul Raymond prominent Troy, (N. Y.) chemist,
Miss Anita Courtmanch, Sunday.
home after a visit with trends at the "depression flower" is "a dan used. The writer winced I when asa Joint'' resolution repealing the MEMBERS. OF THE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS' ; \ l.
Beach. I college student" received his Eighteenth Amendment subject to ''H 't''
Daytona gerous plaything. The New Yorkchemlst'll ,
Miss Flo Jackson of UNION
Baconton. front of
in
"Rev.
first letter with
the ratification i of the states by '
'
Messrs. Paul Knight and Marlon Ga.Mrs., Is D. the P. Carpenter guest of and her Mrs.sisters T. attention views of the were Constitution called to the by his name from a'church where he conventions.The I J. J>rt Moritz Co., Inc., 257 Washington St., New York :\ I' 'f 1''r',, ;.

Kays of the University of Florida, T. Long. W. Mielenz of 310 Cleveland Ave., had been preaching. When he governor stated that he City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment and ,; ':(, .t :
Oklahoma' and a spherical '1
reached ;
would acknowledge receipt of the
Gainesville were recent guests of East Point"VISITORS washwoman of dusky countenance notification but would take no fur- will not charge you but 7% Commission thereby saving .';1::
and Mrs. D. E. KnightR.
Col. II
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. TO JACKSONVILLEWILL saluted him "Mawnln," Reverend", ther action since It has not been 'you ''the 3% Commission usually paid to the local i. ; :\\It 9' .

E. of route George A. Anderson motored to he swore that he would do all in determined whether Congress or handle 3500 and rated !t ;
Davis Tampa Jacksonville and the WELCOME THIS NEWS Agents. They cars yearly are ;; f;
Tuesday spent his power to' discourage the use of state legislatures are to set up ma- {!I
for the American Railway i
agent A. A. A. A. which Is the best. It ?
day. that title. He would commend to chinery for calling and holding ,100000.00 very you ;I !?' '
Express Agency, was in Starke Residents of this county who ''I,; ;
readers the of the offi- I haven't the Union No dues other ; ( :
this week. make occasional visits to Jackson- his usage conventions. joined join now. or t itL
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard returned !
to their home in Hilliard ville will be Interested to( know cers of the United States Navy ;- I I charges will be assessed or collected this year. All 1/Z '1 )'1'I
:and that of .the more enllghted
Winter Coats at your own priceat that the state road department has Presenting 17-polnt program, j
services ;
after visit of several free. !
Thursday a
college faculties'and their fami- Intended to aid Florida cities in I ; 'if''
Sternberg's.Mrs. \ days here with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. awarded a contract for paving lies which is t*. use "Mister" in their bond debt
meeting and other
E. M. Johns and daughter, Knight. city.West Beaver street going,Into the 'place of titles'in1'ordinary' convey problems Mayor R. D. Gautier of J. L Harrell Lawtey Fla. ;' : ;I-f";
That Is the sensible polite ,
Gloria Johns left Wednesday for Engineers estimated the cost for I'sation. Miami as spokesman for the I
Mrs. N. Sternberg left Sunday and Christian lh1>>gto do. But the of ",
League '
Municipalities urged the :
Md. where will (, \ t)
Baltimore they for New York City to be gone for, the one and a half miles of pavingat "Reverend" Is __ 1.i ; .
upend sometime. several weeks. She will buySternberg's approximately >140000.< The only trouble with .. ...... s.. !. (:\" ,IY ,
that people not only use it ..--, ::- --. '. .. .. -
street will be paved 40 feet wide many :- -- :" k:' ''' ::: : :-: :- I 'j.;"
new ladles wear while 1'1
Miss Lois Adkins, Miss Martha with reinforced concrete. too much but in the wrong way.
there. It Is not a title but an adjective
Brownlee and A. Z. Adkins Jr.. Paving of the West Beaver street
which be placed in front of a
were in Gainesville Tuesday after- stretch the state road may
by depart-
Miss Hazel Adkina who is at- title. It Is correct to say "The
noon. tending the F. S. W. C., at Talla- ment is in co-operation with the Reverend Frank Smith" or "The ISSSi
hassee, resumed her studies Mon city of Jacksonville which has had Smith if ? tptk
Reverend Mr. or- you
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. If. forces at work on the project for
day after a short visit here with must-"The Reverend Doctor
A. Montieth spent Wednesday at several months preparing drainageand lip tk tkt .t
the State Farm with Mrs. C. D. her Adkins.parents. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. sewers for the widened road- Smith" but to say "Reverend mis- ,> {", ""( t
Whitaker. Smith" Is simply a monstrous
way.The usage of the English language
When you buy Peter's Shoes you paving will come as the result and yet it Is done daily by a lot
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen
I of efforts of city officials and
,
get your money's worth-NalSternberg. to know bet-
of people who ought
Griffin will this week-end at .
spend
others that have extended over :
of the
the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. ; ; ter. The proper function :11ir'I !
several The West Beaver
years. word Is to denote in either a writ-

Biggs.Dr. Monday Miss Evelyn to Tallahassee Stump to returned resume arterial street approach entrances is one into of the Jacksonville main- ten man or Is a an spoken ordained introduction minister.thata After STARKE, FLORIDA, MARCH 3RD AND 4TH I

and Mrs. J. F. Shepard of
and for the stretch be-
her studies at the Florida .State years
it

Mrs.Eustla Saturday.George, were H.the Lowry guests Friday of Dr. and and College spent two for days Women.with her Miss parents Stump, tween Avenue MacDuff has been Avenue In poor and condition:Myrtle: should ministers- it has be who,served dropped.,writhe" that.at For purpose the those!way I Free 3 lb. Bag Flour with lib. can Rumford B..P. 29c r 1 i

:
t
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stump.Mr. they .are balled,,by. the populationthe
c:
GREEN AND TOM YON ",

Royal DIxon and Mr. Chester,' and Mrs. J. T. Quigley the BID HOOVER ADIEU offer writer-teach has the one children suggestion, in Sun-to Maxwell House Cane Sugar Best CreameryButter :
Snoden who are spending the winter :
;
Rev. W. F. Jones and the Rev. W I day school how to'address the min ;1
at Keystone Heights, were
Representative R. A. Green and
E. Daugherty were in Jacksonville will not resent a bit
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mat-, Monday evening to hear Bishop Thomas A. Yon were among the' ister.of instruction They and It is quite pos- Coffee lb. 25c 51bs23c lb. 22c
theys, Sunday. -
congressional callers today at the -
I Cannon speak on the prohibitionissue : sible that they may go home and ili'
White House to bid President
at the First Methodist church. correct their elders!-Source Un-
Mr. and Mrs. O. W, White Carol Hoover goodbye. Geo. Washington'

and Olin White Jr., and Mrs. J. Hapgrade Overalls and work "If you ever decide to leave Cal I known. Best {White White Ribbon '111 "

W. White went to Fort White Sun- pants give satisfaction-got themat ifornia for a change" said the Flour 24 50c ;, I'"

day to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sternberg's.Mrs. Floridians. according to news dis- INSURE WITH Bacon lb. 7c Lard 4 Ibs 25c II ( .

Ray. patches from Washington, "we in- I Gulf Life Insurance ,, :

A. W. Anderson left Wed- vito you to come to Florida to! 1 True Love 1mI'
Dr. J W. Neel of Crescent City, bask in Its sunshine and Company

was evening a visitor In Interest In Starke of the Monday Presby- Pa.nesday, being morning called there for Swathmore on accountof partake contributes of Its perpetual plenty to the of everythingthat happinessof N. Local D. WAINWRIGHT Representative JR. Cheese lb ISc'Flour 24 Ibs. 55c Onions, 5 Ibs. 1 lOc : f j' .

the death of her mother Mrs. :\ .
terian church at which time he man." : '

addressed the board members of regret Shelldrake.very much The people to hear of Starke of the Tho President acknowledged the[ Tomatoes 5 No. 2 25c Milk tall canSc small '
the church.Mrs. sudden death of Mrs. Shelldrake invitation with a word of appreciation cans ; 21e! ; J'
and a smile. |! I'
as she had spent several winters FLORIDA
O. L. Is i
Beasley spending
here and had made many friends. Whole Grain Rice, S Ibs __ lie ;
sometime In Tampa at the homeof Winter Haven Fifth annual Deal Grade Irish
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Florida Orange Festival to be held TilE AT HE

Durdcn Monday, on having account been of called the illnessof there York Mr. Everett City was L. Waide here Saturday of New here January 2420.. I'j I'i OAINnSVII.l.R. FLA. 101k - 25c Potatoes, 10 Ibs, 15c j. t\ ,( .:

her sister Mrs. J.W. Klncald. greeting old friends. Everett Cocoa Post office renewed PROGRAM WEEK MARCH tThIURSD.AY '
formerly lived here with his parents lease on building occupied by them I
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan,' for past five years. j Ii A FRIDAY Macaroni, 3 for --I lOc Navy Beans 5 lbs. -ISe ;j
and attended the B. H. S. He was I I
A mnCOLUMN EDDIE CANTORIn
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CENT accompanied by his uncle Mr. D. Delray Beach I Total of 17 cars I Grits or Meal 10 Ibs 15c II t \ 'j i ___

E. Waide and they were enrouteto produce shipped out of here during THE KID FROM SPAIN" ,: ------ -- Sftan or Powders 10 for ______ 2.c ''I I '
Whittier, California to visit December. I .;
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan I SATURDAYDOUGLAS I J JI
Coffee 2 Ibs. 25c I aF :
FOR SALE-Baby chicks. White Fort Pierce-Dredging work on FAIRBANKSIn - Vinegar of. l 1Sc

Leghorn '8c, Rhode Island Reds Among those atendlng the Military Fort Pierce Inlet channel, progress-r I I .

Be. See W. M. Edwards. tf. Parade at the University of Ing. : MR. ROBINSON CRUSOE"IONDy Tropic Nut Oleo, lb. .. 9c :
I
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Florida in Gainesville Friday were: I I 'Weiners 1 Ib. 9c'I .
FOR SALE-Hemstitching ma- Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beasley Mr. and (On the Stage) - .I
chine In perfect condition. Apply Mrs. Edward Burns Miss Elizabeth -MILITANT* MARY- 1
i THURSTON'S MYSTERIES lOc
Mrs. Alice Jones. Starke Fla. It* Craig Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. E. OF. INDIA : i I mayonnaISe Sntir Kraut No. 2 1-2 caL IOc i : f'I \

WILL EXHANGE-Filling station Wilson. Miss Harriet Raymond Dr. I'wisbvsomebody I A ,

and four room house on same and >>rs. G. P. Raymond Mr. and (On the Screen) Coconut, lOc pkg. for '.- -'.' "_ 5c Charmer Coffee, can 15c II \Jf.''t .
lot Mrs C. D. Shank Betty Lewis would' .invcnt-aoroe \ :
for farm. See B. B. Sapp, "MEN MUST FIGHT

11-2 miles south on Road 13. It* Miss Shank Vera Mrs.Claire J. C.Robinson.Robinson and feather Wit"PIIIJ..LIPS ''I Salt 2 J
pot HOLMES: Bananas 5 Ibs. -' 15c pkgs.Ot. - 5cI ,

FOR SALE Arbre Vitae, 25 and CLOTHES LEWIS STONE I !
33 cents; oleanders, 25 cents; Sunday being Mrs. Emma Ca- ; I I ti ,
nova's birthday she entertained At InsteadofpoyirxjJaundry TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY Mustard ISc Ot. Pickles ____ __ lc II J.
camphor trees 23 cents; roses I' ---- ------------- -- -u ,
a family dinner party. The guests .
MARY
23 PICKFORD
and 50 cei s, etc. A. E. Dun-
bam. 327 Clai ':.a St. included Mrs. George B Flynn and In Baby Lima Means, 5 pounds ___ _._ _ __ 2c i ;
children Martha and Billy Powell I
"SECRETS"bIARCH
FOR SALE-or xchange for town George. Jr.. and Betty Anne Mild -WE'DJVST'TURN'ON I Jem. Relish orlllay.JACONOR POTTED MEAT OR : ..f..
plitbe t Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Ca- 0-10
-4 roor. house and six Flynn; : "
acres of land o. more, if wanted.I nova an4 son, Paul HI; Miss Bun- JOAN CRAWFORD I onnalse Hams10c3 SARDINESlOc '

wire Mike Maruca. Starke, ale Canova; Mrs. Hilda Williams THE-HOSE !I la Qt. -- -_ 30c II I 'I ICw

2t- and ..Miss Betty Glaum: of Lakeland .e'F".N.aI' I "RAIN"I I I _. _: :. ;_ : _: __ = -/ .JI t tI.

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'v, TELEGRAPH. STABILE FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH ,
'\',. JPAOBSIX- BRADFORD COWTTT !: :_ -_ ., 1931; |
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% i9xlttswlr'17! ..eA la .wtp1 el f HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES GROW HEALTHY- CHICKS, J r Vargas m his said first that visit of in late Florida, heavy--1:

ports have been
r With the chick hatching seasonin NEwl made Into

I full swing, it might pay us to York City of turtle oil from M

[Weekly from Home Drmonstra- give attention to the growing of LIVE STATE co--the oil being used as a bereft
FARMERS SECTION lion SpeCJ+WR Tallahassee preparation.
healthy chicks. All of us who have "They say that a turtles ,

ever raised poultry know that the lives to be 800 )ears old,

Conducted by Demonstration Agents problem of getting chicks to live Nof Florida in Short Paragraphs so the oil la supposed to Drev.and.. I

CLEANING PEWTER and grow Into healthy birds Is a L the wrinkles of old age and it ante

big one. Perhaps if we given them Is selling In New York," Mr Var

i In taking care of the home metals a little more attention It would I _, .,. gas reported.
,
\ ....... ItI ____ -- one must remember that some .--... -- --- --- --- --- -- -

CUCUMBER BLIGHT BEST have to be polished repeatedly pay.The county agent in my county DeLand-Governor Dave Sholts of public welfare. The decision LaBelle T. O. (Tip) Mercer
BEST FUNGICIDE FORCONTROLLING some need only be cleaned of dust
CONTROLLED BY SPRAYING ROSE and while others require la cooperating with the Extension will be awarded a degree of doctorof was made at an open hearing at Pete Frierson and Dan Bioimi
grease, Poultryman at Gainesville in put- laws at commencement exercises were found guilty by a
WITH BORDEAUX MIXTURE which the commlBclon virtually circuit
DISEASES IS SULFUR careful attention so as not to Injure
ting on a "Grow Healthy Chicks"campaign. at Stetson University, his concluded work on Its biennial court jury here on charges invoh

a beautiful surface color or patina. This.la the sixth yearit alma mater here 30 Dr. Lincoln Ing the recent daylight holdup
May ,
to the
Gainesville, Fla Cucumber Lee burg, Fla. The best all- There is no universal method recommendations legislatureon
blight can best be controlled by purpose fungicide for the controlof which can be applied indiscriminately has been running, and I have Hulley, president, announcedlast operating expenses of the government the Bank of LaBelle. The ]
participated in It all six years. i week. reached a decision in 20 mlnutS
spraying with bordeaux mixture, such rose diseases as black to all metals.

i ''i says Dr. O. F. Weber, plant pathologist spot. brown canker and powdery Pewter Is an alloy which Is most- They are stressing six factors, after listening to testimony

_ at the Florida Experiment mildew Is sulfur la some form, ex- ly tin. It Is not a difficult metalto as affecting the health of baby I Tallahassee Comptroller J. Sanford If the friends of pro- throughout the day. Circuit JUdge
chicks. These Hatch W. Whltehurst
George
Station. Satisfactory results have plains Dr. W. B. Shlppy ornamental care for but two considerations are: early; M. Lee has called upon all boardsof hibition will organize, they can de- sentenced

been obtained many times with this disease specialist at the Florida should be remembered; never we use clean eggs and keep the chicks i county commissioners in Flor- feat repeal of the Eighteenth Mercer to life Imprisonment and
clean that the brooder houses Frlerson and Blount to
spray, but it must be prepared and Experiment Station laboratory gritty polishes, and never use polishes ; see ida to have State laws enforced Amendment, Bishop James Can- seven yean
clean the chicks clean each. Mercer was
used properly. here. Some fungicide often need- containing acid. Use a clothin are ; given against persons taking timber and non, Jr., of the Methodist Episcopal convicted M tin

Dr. Weber says that the first ed since many rose bushes are diseased applying paste and rub until I land on which to run; feed a balanced turpentine from lands that have Church, South, said here recently principal and the others as acce.

spraying should be applied when as shown by the leaves be- dean. Wash, dry, and give it a ration; and separate the reverted to the State for nonpayment in the course of an address. The series. All were given maxim\

the second leaves have formed and ing pale, yellow, spotted or even final polish with dry rottenstone. pullets from the cockerels. I have of taxes. speaker denied that conditions now terms.

should be repeated every week disfigured.The Should the article not be in dally found that these pay. The Extension are worse than they: were In pre- -

V'' '... thereafter as long as the disease1 I sulfur may be used either as use the finish can: be maintained Poultryman says that others Palm Beach-Gov. Dave Sholtz, prohibition days and asked his San- Miami Aroused at the manner
In the camnalm have profited In which they said Lieut
; Bordeaux mixture of I Charles
Is
prevalent. a dust or in toe liquid rorm as I for a long time by covering It witha who was an honor guest at a din- ford audience to investigate state- the
J. of Miami
them also. Riley Beach
the 2-4-50 formula should be used by polict
lime-sulfur. The liquids are more thin film of vaseline. If done ner here Monday night at the homeof ments given in opposition to prohibition -

Prepare it as follows: ((1) Dissolver apt to cause burning, and are us- carefully it will not show and can The Extension Poultryman says Joseph E. Widener, said this before crediting them fully. force, handled a man whom he WM
that these six factors the fun- attempting to arrest for
2 pounds of sulphate in 23 are dropping
copper ually more unsightly on the fol. always be rubbed off when wanted. country needed no technocracy, "or
: of water (2)) dissolve 4 damentals of chick production, and his bathing suit to the walat- ne
gallons ,
; ,
iage. Recent experiments in New At times a salt-like rust will any other cracy other than com- Cleawater A pathetic story of
that we cannot afford to a crowd of bathers last week .
of lime In 25 gallons of Ignore pushed
pounds Jersey and N. Y. have shown that form on old pewter, or it may ba mon sense, courageous facing of how three unidentified motoristsran
them. Folks who fall to heed the officer Into the surf
water; ((3) pour the sulfate solution finely ground sulfur dust Is very pitted, cracked, or broken. If It one I facts and getting down to earth." over him while he sat beside The
and the lime solution into a'' of the practices lose more than I bather escaped when the crowd *
had Is worth mended have then backed their
effective. The dusts may be being an expert a highway, car
+ those who follow all of them the I tloated at 300 persons,
both at
third container, pouring ; surround.
in green colors and be less noticedon to do the work. Small I over his prostrate form to make
them more of the practices that not Miami onward ed the officer. Riley received
the time and are
same agitating i Beach-Sweeping several
scratches
dust be taken
the out
foliage. Copper-lime can by sure they got him, was told by
containers.For followed, the the ,with their drive body bruises in the
well. Use wooden
and bordeaux with greater are against scanty scuffle,
mixture are effec- scraping a piece of broken Dewey Geiger before he died at
further information and losses suits the beach here and arrested five bathers, all
help bathing on ot
tive against most rose diseases, glass or an old razor blade, after Dade City last week. Authoritiesare
call upon your county agent, or "We can purchase breeding police hailed 12 persona into court Miami, whom he charged with "en.
but are of little help in controlling which it should be polished all over. looking for the motorists, who, ,
0 write to the Experiment Station, powdery mildew. The socalled Pewter which has become so badly stock, baby chicks and eggs, but Monday and they were fined $1 and thooy said, took their victim to the gaging In an affray or riot resist.

Gainesville, Florida. tarnished that we cannot buy sanitation," he says. costs on charges of Indecent ex ing arrest and obstructing an officer .
stainless fungicides of the am- polishing paste will Pasco county Jail and told a storyof
t I e "Let us all observe the factors Those arrested said I in the performance of hit
posure. police ,
monlacal copper carbonate class not clean it, should be boiled In having found him Injured on a "
have not shown up well againstrose water with a generous handful of affecting chick health this year appeared on the beach without top- highway. duty.

t VVRUF FARM PROGRAM diseases.Dr. hay. Keep it covered with waterso and reduce our losses to 10 per- shirts for their bathing trunks. ,
t" cent or less. Miami-Reduced fares on the
Shlppy cautioned against the that there will be no danger of Tampa Imagine the embarrassment -!
j111 "The Voice of Florida" 4 Jacksonville Sir Malcolm network of bus lines covering
'setting of rose bushes that show the pewter melting, and remove of John Mangos when

!I'1 signs of any disease, and advisedthe as soon asj appears clean. Dry PLANT DISEASE WORKER Campbell, British automobile racer the world failed to come to an end. practically of every village and ham
A recently was named an honorary let the State will be offered
.tI it and polish. VISITS FLORIDA AGENTS
of woodas lIe arrested here
all diseased was while
::1 I Gainesville, Fla.-Radio talks by removing colonel on Gov. Dave Sholtz's staff warn- Floridians for a Doherty Day pilgrimage .
Boon as it is noticed. Fallen that the world
ing pedestrians was
,; College of Agriculture workers are Gainesville at a dinner tendered by Sholtz to to Miami, the Dally Newt
Home Radio Period Fla. Dr. R. J.
leaves are a primary source of to end within three days. Taken
scheduled follows the
as during Haskell Sir Malcolmn in recognition of his baa been Informed by T E
spreading rose diseases, and leaves The extension plant disease before Judge Watkins, of the
Florida Farm Hour broadcast following talks by workers citycourt
tabllshment of I O'Steen, traffic of
specialist with the U. S. a world speed rec- manager the
ti under diseased plants should be with Depart- "You do
nl1 from WRUF between noon and the State Home Demonstration can what you like Florida
ord of 272 miles hour Motor lines. Not
at
ment of per Day- only will
12:45, EST, dally next week. destroyed as soon as they fall. I Department and Florida Experiment two weeks Agriculture In Florida Is spending tona Beach this week. with me," Mangos told Judge Wat- the Florida Motor lines extend thii

} Sat., Mar. 4 Radio's Weekly For adequate protection the Station will be given on ty and visiting coun- kins, "It will make no differenceto privilege to those' desiring to attend
agents) other workers
Farm Newspaper. Farm Editorial plants should be continuously covered the Florida Home Period broadcast with me- but it may make a difference the
the Florida Daytona Beach Sir Malcolmn Doherty Day celebration
Agricultural Extension
Snapshots. with some good fungicide. The dally next week from 9:45: to 10 to you if you do not believe
Service. He ia with Campbell, famous British race car in Miami, but J. A. Whiting, traffic
( + Mon, Mar. 6. Protecting Flor- application should be light and : a. m., EST, over WRUF. discussing what rm telling you."
the agents the coordination of their driver, who last week hung up manager of the Blue Bus line,
'ryY; ida Against New Plant Pests- thoroughly distributed over the Sat., Mar. 4 Inexpesive ,
three which makes the Florida
work to better the farmers new world land speed records network
1 help
Dr. Wllmon Newell.. Citrus Aphids plant The fungicide should be Clothes for the BabyParents'Forum. Tallahassee Governor Dave
out of their announced definitely he would practically complete, bas agreed
} 1 and Their Control-J. R. Watson. applied before rather than after present situation, and I Sholtz last week announced he had
Is them make no more speed trials here to offer correspondingly low farei
e fir The Value of Cover Crops to High- rains, and during the cooler por. Mon., Mar. 6 Clothing and giving valuable suggestions this received the resignation of Ben H.
from year, and would leave
lands County Citrus Groves-L. H. tion of the day. It makes little Styles Suggestions Miss Lucy other sections of the country.He Tuesday Bostain as State Hotel Commis- Canners-Outlook
and other for New York to sail for England extremely uncertain
.r Alysmeyer.Tues. difference whether the plant is dryor Belle Settle. workers with the sioner, effective March first. The
March 3.Tarpon. for food canners, with
., Mar. 7-Areas Compet. moist, but it should not be drip. Tues., Mar. Importance of Department of Agriculture\ regularly governor said Bostain's resignation -
low. However
ing With Florida Truck ping wet.KRAUT the make such trips to the state. prices shipments
Crops- Fishing Industry and How to was voluntary. He did not
After have been larger than last
Springs
Dr. Marvin A. Brooker. Control .... Judge and Buy Fish-Dr. Norman nearly I say whether he would accept it year.
GOOD 44 of continuous Eighty cent of 1932
of Onion CALVES NET MORE years service as per asparagus
Thrlps-.J. R. Watson. Jarvls. but he said
previously several
MADE AT HOME keeper of Anclote lighthouse off on pack ia sold, and more than 66 per
; Farm Question Box. Wed. Mar. 8 occasions that he would ask the
Weekly Low-
Pensacola Fla. the mouth of the Anclote cent of peach pack. A limited
FROM! CHEAP CABBAGE Halfbreedbeef River,
Wed. Mr. 8 Control
J of SuckIng Cost Market Basket-Miss Anna 1933 legislature to abolish the hotel
ca Insects on Ornamental PlantsJ. GOOD FOOD PRODUCT Mae Sikes. calves have netted Escambia Robert S. Meyer retired Tuesday. commission and place Its activities pack la expected this year, in attempt

; County cattlemen at least 50 ,Since first taking his position at to eliminate carryover
R. Watson. percent
Saving Thurs. under
Crape
Myr- Mar. 9 Smoking and the State Board of Health.
{ < tie from Powdery Mildew -Erd- Gainesville, ,Fla. Sauerkraut Home Salting of Fish-Dr. more profit per calf than have 'I the light be has seen Its equip- -
Jarvls. I
: the calves from ment progress from a crude Lake Worth-Gulf Stream Hotel'
common native revolving
4 man Went. Primer for la made at home
TownFarmel'll. easily is a good, Fri., Mar. 10--The Food Valueof Sanford-Having learned fromD.
stock, reports County Agent E. P. oil light to most up-to-date opened for season under management -
food
11 product, and when cabbagesare Cane Syrup-Dr. O. D. Abbott W. May, former director of the
'p .; Thurs., Mar. 9 A Feed and plentiful and cheap many families Scott An intensive campaign was automatic gas flash. U. S. Agricultural Experiment Sta- of Mr. and Mrs. R. L Owen

Food Growing Program for the may well stock their pantries FLORIDA CAN GROW started in 1928 to put purebred tion at Mayaques, Porto Rico, that

; Florida Farm Family-J. Lee with his product, says Dr. E. W. GRAZING CROPS FOR I beef bulls in the county with the Jacksonville Duval county cricket moles can be wiped out SAVE JOHN RUSKINAsk
school
Smith. Cotton Varieties for FlorIda Berger, a Gainesville resident who HOGS EVERY MONTH purchasing of 57 registered beef teachers last week advised through the importation of a bullfrog
f bulls. Since that time hundredsof the county board of public Instruction -
-Dr. W A. Carver. How makes excellent kraut. widely known in Indian, officials
others have been bought they would not accept a twentyfive -
HJ11
borough County Farmers He believes the beginner will find I Gainesville, Fla.-Florida hog of the Seminole County
The cattlemen are now per cent cut In as announced
pay
Grow realizing
100 Bushels of Corn Per it farmers can have from Chamber of Commerce
best to process the kraut In one to six today contacted
the value of these by the board several
Acre C. bulls in better days dealer
P. your
Wright. glass fruit jars. The cabbage grazing crops growing every month with the experiment stationat V
calves that and recommended
can be aold earlier and ago that the
' FrI., Mar. 10-Feeding and Managing should be shredded and then mixed in the year, not only protecting Gainesville to ascertain whetheror ; for new Premium
' at a premium due to the better county's schools close if, "after try-
Baby Chlcka-Norman R. with salt, at the rate of 1 pound the pigs from worms but generally Ing all not it will be possible to import
quality of beef. sources, sufficient funds Catalog. MoreflaVallla
Mehrhof. ,
pit Diseases of Chicks for salt lowering the bullfrogs of this x
to to
40 pounds cabbage. Pack fattening' cost according [were not available to type this sec
S the First Two Weeks-Dr. E. F to J. Lee carry on. tion at
Smith
the cabbage In layers of one to district HOME COW BIG HELP onceTallahassee to-

.} Thomas. Duval County Plans for two Inches, tamping each layer extension agent who recently outlined Gainesville baceo
-
Following is
{r Growing Healthy Chicks-E. O. with a blunt stick until the juice some of the crops to plant Bristol Fla. -< The home dairy established in Marion a precedent Governor Dave now
FattlshaJl county
comes to the level of the kraut. At this time he suggested, the cow ia vital In the? Liberty County I by various county officers ex- Sholtz has taken steps to extend used in JOHNRUSKINmaking
Fill jars to within about hogs may be turned on fields his governmental
an Inch green economy program
live-at-home and 80 cepting the sheriff
,
program who
Buyers per argued
get more goods and less
of the top in quarts and two of rye, oats, vetch or Austrian cent of that the to the saving of time as well
the farms
'
,+ package for their when produce an adequate danger attached to his
rt e buy one large package money instead they of Inches In half gallon, place rub- peas. These cropa will productgrazing supply of milk for the family justified a higher salary than position as of money. He addressed a let- it the greatest
ber and but do until about April and then ter to the heads of all
top on, not seal. other commissionsand
r many small ones. reports County Agent D. H. county officers, two Ala- cigar value at Sc.
The liquid In the jars will rise produce a crop of grain or manure. Ward. The borne chua departments coming directly
cow, he says, Is county officials have expressed -
and overflow. When About 6O pounds acre of nitrate under his Smoke the size
''t may It be- per invaluable to the health of the their willingness to limit jurisdiction and ordered
Shipping Apprehension is expressed gins to lower, the souring Is about of soda or sulphate of ammonia family their that heads of such department's
that the World particularly now, she furnlfthea compensation to an amount ; you prefer -
'' coming complete and the jars should be> applied now will produce needed by-products for oth- not In excess of 3600. "notify the governor's office at

,Economic Conference will attempt sealed. After two or three weeks more gracing and grain. er livestock, and manure for the least a day in advance of any con- Perfecto Extra or

lkff to stop federal subsidies of U. S. the kraut is ready for use. Addinga Cat-tail millet and sorghum garden Tallahassee The templated trips from Tallahassee, f& Panetela
State
jl ,
shipping. These subsidies. In the small quantity of sugar to the planted in March will be ready for commission decided budget with Itinerary and the nature of

1( form of mail contracts, have madeit top of each jar before It is set grazing about April and should Plant City Dr. T. C. Maguire recommend abolishment last week to the business requiring ,your ab-

possible to meet low-wage scale, aside to sour will make a more last through July. Then If cowpeas opened renovated quarters over Confederate of the sence."

I foreign competition. sour product. or squash are planted in April Herring Drug Co. Jacksonville and soldiers'the state home board at NOW

they should supply grazing from I Tallahassee Attorney General

And the Worst is Yet Come about the middle of May until the Landla baa said he believed the r MORE HAVANA I
to middle of
August. About the same city of Gainesville la legally and
--
1-- -__ time, March and April plantings of : normally bound to
Do continue to fur-
:1 You
early corn, Spanish peanuts, cowpeas + Know? + i nish free water to the Universityof 111 ACTUAL MI(

or soybeans may be used i Florida, located there. The at- r r9th

Watermelons aid truck crops that torney general said
w I tts Gainesville,
noe cannot be 9 MILD
I marketed can also be II through a committee of citizens authorized -

MARK.M6HT1D6. grazed. A plot of early corn plant. I to act for the
I city, offer-
\ ed close to the feeding lot, and' u e ed to
U.\\lIi/ : supply free water to the university -
65 P.M. cut and fed while Jofirt.
== green can be used as one of the inducementsmade
just before the .
corn and
peanut to the State Board of Educa-
I I3i ,..- fields are ready for grazing. K44Jarr tion and State Board of
--- Control to

ti ..... ;..:; ::::::: -=- : crops For there fall are and corn winter, runner grazing peanuts I city.have them locate the school In that Rusk ill

and velvet beans, which es -h : I

should be planted about March and Jacksonville CIGARS SATISFYIO.SMOKeR.5
A new angle baa
April and
,
grazed from
--::.. September been taken In beauty parlor' -
.- activities -
on. Sweet potatoes and chufas,
-- of Metropolitan New York,
planted about June
or July, should
\ be ready for grazing about No- it was reported here by L. A. Var. GAINESVILLE CANDY CO.

vember and. should last through gas exporter and Importer. Here I Gainesville Flav, Distributor

April
-- "'
= =-=-: Florida hog grower are also

Y ---- T permanent fortunate in pasture that they for can grazing have I Wake Up Your Liver Bile


-- througout a larger part of the


year.These pasture and grazing crops -Without Calomel

should be supplemented with

I i, --oJ. -, enough protein feeds to furnish + ..rrR And You'll Jump Out of Bed-Uw. ...h Mt flowfaf grad roar fosss..7 ,

r- the hogs a balanced ration. Mr. / aloe. Xt J.. AMOT fe MM. boOr ...

rv r v- 4I -4 Smith recommended supplement in the Morning Karinto GoB Moats. w. I'WW' stMMdb Toe bw

lag corn with cowpeas, peanuts, or Ufa*,bad arM ud r..tewtk. .tool.**.

such feeds as fish meal, tankage, or yon feel sour and sunk: and the .rft- ....\. ... fa lihaihtM.. Tow boa

'' sklmmllk. Nine pounds of corn to w world loots punk dontsw&Dow a lot .eta ud y
I & one pound of tankage or fish meal ef salts mineral water oil. laxative ....--..

--- would furnish a balanced ration. e&DCQor chewing gam and expect &...........dddCAfTgasLIriJLfYEnPIllaa.a

; ., ,. them to make you suddenly sweet .etb' st op.md.efs.0S .

j ---- Copper-Higher prices are expected and buoyant and IuD sunshine.. foetsahostisadrhye.f..-. ..*"Pwontefel. -*

Great Interest shown In lu.t.v ps. For they cant do K. They only 71w oo.tala .....-. I*"""

withdrawal of American Smelting this rough and bumpy looking road Is more thai bowel and a mere movement _.tail........_'..gwb.b.oerrr.

and Refining Company from Cop THAT U one of the first streets 'In Rouyn In actually Northern a street of gold doesn't cat at the cause. The asking&loa.........sly.Eatd.e'.k / .

-' per Exports, Inc., the world association no other paving material wa available gold ore from Quebec and at reason for your down-and-out feeling gat5r.rpl4sAsk fatt: rt '
one of the
k.. t'P'-ethny+t '-.- ms's' formed in 1929 to sell In tho district waa uttd to build the highway. Rouyn la one of mines the la your Brer. It should pomp out two Lltlte Lhrw no Lot to the ens ds
:
: : I copper outside this country. moat Important mining eras .In Eaatam Canada, pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels UttU Unr Wta es ... ill ..... R.rt'r

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L.nvY. MARCH S. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FLORIDA PAGE 1 I I II
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-- -- ,,---- ----- R. E. J. GRADED SCHOOL school and audience with much enthusiasm SCHEDULE CHANGED Court. irounii door In Clarke. Plfirld' ,. j'tL',, ;'
I CLOSED TERM LAST WEEK and H..II|| tn the hlor".t and bent bidS. ., ,. : ';
logic. for cash, the following deacrlborl. \\t

I 6O1JNESI The number of patrons who The following: changes in schedules land. dltunto, lylnir and bmntr In '. ; "i

7r. The R. J. E. Graded School spoke In commendable terms of are announced by the S. A. I* Urndford The. North County Florida to-WIt ', i
half
of the Northwest "1 \.
r.I closed its 1932-33 term Thursday the work of the principal and his Ry. Co., effective Dee 13: quarter of the Southeast quarter of ,

night, February 23rd after having assistants are too numerous to be Southbound Section 34. Township 6, South Kanaro
81: Mast, containing EO ,'
acres moir : 't
II' OMMENTS had seven months and one weekof mentioned here. No.1, due Starke 11:17: p. m. <. '*".., with the purtenancftM. ',
1r. Thy word is a lamp onto my fat, and a light onto my path.-hahn 119105.I : (' ;; ON school. Prof. A. O. Jenkins principal; Said sale to h.. mnde purauanc. to "
tJJ. ; local.No. mild' decree to satisfy the lK
;
same an
[ religious teaching, doctrine or HERE AMD The school was ordered closed Mrs. Sarah F. Jeklni!! first assistant 11, due Starke 9:33 a. m. O'Nt.. II;

r.fl I LsI1i111fJL1' U they are to have any claim HEREAFTER.The by our county superintendent at ; Mrs. M. L. Paul second assistant local. A* Bpeclal:, K.Master PRRHYMAN.In 'J''

the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with the end of six months but the ; Mrs. M. E. Roberts third No. 107, due Starko 10:27: a. m. i h-i/ ?-it-3.l7. Chancery. ii1 :

fhP teaching* of Jeaua the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice principal Prof. A.VO. Jenkins, taking assistant; Mrs. F. B. McClendon limited.

flIt If 7 the human heart, and of whom it waa said in Joha7:46, "NEVER MAN greatest master of assemblies into consideration the great fourth assistant; Mrs. N. L. Pullum No. 101, due Starke 10.33: p. m. :NOTUIO Of APPI.lrTIOV FOil '

ItV. PAK L1 THIS MAN.' the world ever saw was Jesus loss which would be sustained by teacher of music. Jos. Morris limited. la TAX 1)J:I:lNotlc > i't t
I hereby given, that Ethel
V.I V.I Pnatora of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this do Christ. Ho knew what to do with the pupils in closing on six months S. F. McCoy J. R. Royal trus NorthboundNo. M. '!'*""'' holder of tax certificate 'I I

meet for news of church activities, organization and announce- crowds.! One time there was a called his associates together at tees. 2 due Starke 5:08: a. m. local. No.li.0? .380"".the filed 7th said. day certificate of July. In A. D. j

ente. Bone* freely given and no charge made-the only requirement multitude in the desert. It was once to see if they would agree to No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. offlu. und mad apullratlon for tax my:

17 ng that .uch Item* reach this office before Wednesday morningtherwIMe a hungry multitude. He told His continue school till all grades had local. let. to issue. thereon In accordance .
with law. Said
they cannot be handled for- current Issue. disciples to have them sit downon finished the work required and TIIERESSA No. 108 due Stark' 8:46: p. m. the followln*; described certificate property embr.o.a elttoVwJt' 'y '

"4In ment." the ground. He performed a could take examinations for pro- local. :'In Bradord County, Florida,

I The revival of the young girl miracle and fed the crowd. motions to 1933-34 work. This they Mia. nho.a !y.elalrr ('*... Starka and Wannee Branch-No. JftH'c'r38EVi' : SWU S0 U.I-U. '

SUNDAY 8CHOO1. I was complete. She walked among I readily agreed to do. 101 leavea Starko 7:00: a. m., No. Th* assessment. of Maid .
LESSON I I5 Jesus with His appeal to the The work of the'school year was and under thraald. property
those; present. i Mrs. J. O. Williamson son, ?02 arrives 2:40: p. m. certificate issued wee.
I1 masses could have built a university in seven months and In the> name of Ilr O. U Haynea.
--1 Christ could< have given her complete completed Grady Lamar of Earltcn are visiting T. J. Griffin. AgentCloning irnlea* said certificate shall be (
re-
strength but he uses the aid at Jerusalem. He could have one week and the following program relatives and friends here. of Malls deetnnd. according to law, tax d..." ,
FOB MAKCH 1933 enrolled thousands of students. lie carried out will' .iHaue thereon
the
of people where they can help. was : Miss Mabel Blount of Homster.Is South of March A. n. on SOth day '.
1993 j
and "And he charged them strattly could have raised all the moneyHe Sunday, Feb. 19, baccalaureatesermon visiting friends here. Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00a. : n", "" this IIth d"* ot Fcbiuary, I L

I Subject: Jesus giving Life that no man should know it; and needed. He could have made at Mr. :Morlah M. E. Mr. Albert Hlnaon and Mr. m. A. 1)!, 1 V33Henl Ii
( )
A, J
THOMAS
I leallh. Lord hath commanded that something should this university the center of'world Church. Welch Tyre of Grandin attended i Train No. 107 letters special delivery Clerk of Circuit. Court, j

Golden Text: "The be given her to eat" culture. Monday Feb. 20, Oral examinations church here Sunday night. ; and special handling 10:00: nradrord County, Florida. :
ceVI things for us; where- Jesus enrolled twelve studentsIn and "Parents with din- 2.n-6t.I-I1.
great Day"
one I This lesson presents the power Mr. William Packham returned a. m.

t ore we are glad." Psa. 126:3.: of God, through Christ to heal dls His college. He enrolled these by ner on school campus. home Wednesday morning from North 11111'1'8 stu.uc

Lesson Text: Mark 5:21-24: 35- I eases and to restore the dead to an interesting process of selection Tuesday. Feb. 21, presentationof Plant City. Train No. 12, parcel post and and Hereby. notice I I. riven that under '

Ii.he 3.' life He didn't tell them, "We have the promotion cards and collectionof Mr. and Mrs. A L. Sullivan and letters 3:00: p. m. of foreclosure by vltru of and that.ale certain. mad decree and)

Practical Truth: We receive finest football team in the world." the state's books for the county. son. Othma, and Miss Ida Hagan I Train No. 108 Letters special enterad hy the Hon A. Z. Adklne, ,

esaings from God in accordance BAPTIST He didn't say "Our institution Is 8:00 p. m. Moving picture show were business visitors to Starke delivery and special handling 6:10p. : 30th Tuelite' Judicial of the Circuit Circuit I ,,';o.rr''d:: : .the Ini 4 '

our faith. endowed and standardized."" He for the school.Wednesday and for
ith Saturday afternoon.Mrs. m. ,I i I itrndford County Feb. ;
4.V.. and Place: Late in A. D. told them their credits wouldbe Feb. 22 8 Primary 8th.A. n. 193S. In 1 that certain cause
Time never m. Is
of :
p. S. W. Griffith Miami
V.I. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. Night mails\ close at 6:00: p. m.- [I j I pending:' In until Court between Mary
.. 81: Capernaum. Thomas accepted by any other school. I and Intermediate exercises. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; I I Adama Pick, a free dealer a. numplalnanl -
Introduction: supt. Feb. 23 8:00 the and J. M. Moore Mary
Thursday, : p. m.
A. L. Sullivan. train No. 2 North 5:03: a. m.
wonders Don't let the attendance drop I Moore, l"rcd J Horn.i and Hll.aletli ,1
What are the greatest If a man wanted to enroll in the graduating exercises. The program Miss Kathryn Weest of Hampton Starke and Dell Branch-Train home are defendant the under-

t.TI.n.t.t. ,rought by Christ? Undoubtedly any lower. Let us bring it up to Jesus College He said to him, "Can I was as follows: was visiting her cousin, Miss No. 101. mull closes 7:00: a. m., No. .to.Ilined,the an highest fix-rial. Mnaler. shah ell
at and beat
125 bidder for
dead to again once.
lis miracles of raising the 7:30 you rough it ? Can you sleep out Opening son, "My Country 'Tls Thelma Sullivan\ here Sunday. I 102 arrives 2:40: p. an.Bites cnah. In front of tile Nmith door of

,fe Other miracles, like the etlll- Worship at 11 a. m. and : p. at night Can you stand a rock of Thee." An interesting Christian Endeavor -, the court house tn city of Stark' .
the resto- m The pastor will not be away, Run BclnxlulrnDaily Hrailfuril County. Florida during' the 4
ng of the tempest and for a pillow 7 I am looking for stu- Invocation, Rev. L. W. Mosley. program was given at the The- lard hour of sale, on Monday the
ition of lepers and the giving of exchanging morning service as expected dents who can endure hardships." Song. "Star Spangled Banner." ressa Christian Church Sunday effective Jan. 1, If52 I alit dnv of March A. r>. 1B8S, the

to the but will be present to North1)oun.I:03: a. m, 1:30: fnllowlnw land lying ahd belnaIn'
the blind. amaze us p
zht to A man came to enroll as a student Occaaslon by the principal. night. At the conclusion of the rirndford County, Jl'lnrl"ltnwit. .

hea. ,oint of awe; but the bringing ofhe preach at both morning and evening and Jesus didn't say, "Buy some Salutatory "What Does it Meanto program Mr. G. W. Kenly: of m., 4:50: p. m, 8:19: p. m. ,i f'nlllm..nrin/l' TO yard' north of

dead back to life appears toe services.B. Southbound -9:St a. m, 12:34: p Southwest corner of H\VU' of NHJi-t.,
I'm be Miss Wtlhelmlna
books. He said, "Get a cross. Educated Starke gave a vocal selection.Mr. of Section" 24, .
Y. P. U. at 630. Our intermediate 4:34 12.30 f Township 7 South ,
m. :
act of Deity. Yet : p. m., : a. m.
4 the supreme looking for folks who can die with Robinson. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby of liana ft ICa.t thence run eaat amvaid
Christ. and to his four blograph- union visited Lawtey last Tickets and Information at to a poet, thence' north 21)2" I
sort of would Oration. "Take Heed of Aimless
o me. That an appeal an Rising were visiting her sister. yard: to ditch
a thenco :
and with the assla Smith's Service next to Meet alone
Station :
II.a 'ra, there seems to be no dlffer- Sunday evening eliminate nine-tentha of all the college Life," Mr. A.. C. Hunter. Mrs. C. Sullivan here Saturday sail ditch 2AO foet, thence north .

nces among the miracles. either tance of Miss Harriet Raymond, students of America. But Jes- Jubilee "Wade in the Water". afternoon. court house.! easterly. III"n.. naj| ditch ADO fet,

he 3 respects the wonder with which put on an Interesting program. us was looking for quality, not Oration "There Are No Impos. S N Oil('H thencn thence north went to 100 north yid line to of a NWVof post,

Ill hey are recorded or the perfect Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Regular quantity. sibilities" Mr. W. W. Parker. Lumber New business fairly i In th. Circuit (Court In and fur Nil' '14 of an Id "' 'Section Townshipand
service and bible in Bradford. County Florida. In Chan. native' thence went to northwest :,
study gospel
11* ass with which they are accom- Duet, Janle Parker and Ella good, with demand exceeding pro i ci.ry.ISdward. corner of said NW* of NTOV,,

lIshed. Only a word restores the of John, last part of chapter four Jesus paid no attention to stan Sephus. duction. Further slow Improvement I IT ,Jurvln, Complainant. thiMii-n South H10 yard to point, :ofcommencement.

't.il ithered arm and only a word A large audience enjoyed the address "Start in In next CO Is expected. V. .
dardization. His college would be Valedictory Right days Myrtle Jarvis, Dvfondantlu A. S. cnwws,
ilf. Lazarus from the grave. of MIss Raymond as she expounded he of Special. Master In Chaucerr. ,
)rIngs ruled out by every educational association Life", Mr. John D. Diggs. I name of the Hint Florida
resurrection miracles the lesson of the Womanat I to the defendant Myrtle Jar. KNimrr A KNinirT Htaihe, Fla.i4oilcitors .
low many "Columbia. Tho price of grain futures rose
in America today. "They Song, Vl.! for Complainant

rk here were during Christ'a min- the Well. teach in this Pharisee school," He Annual address. Prof. E. A. Sim temporarily with extremely bad The ..om pin III"nt having fll.<1 hl,. 2-10-41-S-8. .
his' sworn hill of wherein It ---- ---
of all complaint
chief !
besides the evident
stry butI weather. Caution was
such mons.
said "such and theory
In alleireil that your, plnre of ronl.drnp NOTICR: Of KIIOCTIOVny
wn resurrection we cannot tell METHODIST say unto you so-and-so." The The following were requested tospeak however and there has been little In Helmont Stale' of Mlimlmilp-' the vested In them bY
power I
1.n. or some are merely Included In only laboratory Jesus had was a : Dr. G. P. Raymond and pronounced change. twenty-one pll, that you yearn ore, and over that the her.Hire of I I" the laws of Florida, 'the Hoard of 4
eneral accounts of his wonders Sundaychool 10:00: a. m. Publlo Instruction of Bradford Coun. s
dining room at a wedding feast Miss Harriet Raymond, daughterof no person In the Stale' of Florida IV culls. an election' to bo held at ''I
hat wrought; but only threere Morning sermon 11:00: a. m. where He changed water into wine. Dr. Q. P. Raymond. Fort Pierce Mike's Sanwlch ncrvli'o would bind of nubpoenn upon whom the following named. places on1II..I'h f

IIU' recorded in detail the rais- Young People's meeting 6:45: p. His classroom was a seashore anda Jubilee "Hand Me Down the Shop, located on Avenue A at depot It I. ordered you and: you are hereby of electing 14th.three 1033.trustee for th*. puipose and

ng of the daughter of Jairus, m. hillside The only library He Silver Trumpet Lord." drive expanding to accommodate required to appear. to the, bill of I determlnlnir. hue mlllntc", to each be IU-

hlch we are now to study. Miss Raymond will conduct the had aside from the Old Testament Dr Raymond then addressed the its growing business. complaint liofore the filed Ird duy In thin of April OR II.* on A. or l I'. ': Messed For the In each district.. .
of naMI
holdlnir
In the case of the daughter of evening service at 7:30.: Miss Ray birds 1938 el.e. a tlufree pro onf.o will : election the purpose
Scriptures fol-
was flowers I manaara are a*
er anus the breath had left the mond Is an interesting speaker, b. entered l HBalnflt you. i{ lows:
4 men, stars etc. It In further orderd that A topy I!
ody for only a short time. In the We feel honored in having her address Even though Jesus was carefulIn of Chic order. be published. In the Illnson District Albert No. Bulllvnn I. There.-o.and, Clov-W

widow's son of Nain at the hour named. "Urudford County Telegraph'' onto land ,
ase of the us Hulllvan
the for bur- His selection of students. One \ Do You Know ? + I each week for four cnnxpcutlv. District Nr. S, Starke-L.. p.
he body was on way of the_twelve turned out bad. There + week* before the return data herein. rireen. J. C Uoblnnon and Or. Mld-
al. In the case of Lazarus the PRESBYTERIANServices I namedWltnouM. dlcton.District.
was a named Judas who was .
boy
tel my hand and eal at I
four No 6, tjiwtev n n.
had been in the
ody grave a double-croaser. He had to be t. Htarke., lirndford, County, Florida I Thed, J. N. Austin and Jam* IlosIP -
lays. Sunday March : thU the 27th dRY of February. A. 1>. .
One killed the
shipped. day they
Cometh 1938. District No. 8-J. R Norman J.IIC .
there one
"And. behold :10 a. m. Sunday School T. S. '
President of the little college. A. J. THOMA8." Rosier and P. Carter Lj

If the rulers of the synagogue., Williams acting supt. There were no buildings to burn (Coal!) Clerk of Court.MIIKIIIFF'N t tho .Circuit District' No. 16-(leo. Con, W. T
8-3-61-8-31
anus by name;' and when he saw 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon Crosby and:' Harley' McHaoV ;: .
no books to be destroyed. The I --- \ n. MAI'JNINl I Chairman
1m, he fell at his feet and be- by the pastor "Not Separatedbut school didn't last but three CALM A. J, OniFFIS .crtary, '
years. I:43* __. ... Thy vltru. of an execution Imtued. J-10-6t-3-10 .4
llte -t sw'i ,
ought him greatly. saying my
Kept. But that little school which en- out of the Circuit Court, In and for

daughter lIeth at the point of 6:30: Christian Endeavor Topic rolled only twelve students has Kradford County, Florida, .dnled the CIA SIMItS S.C I.K;
8th day of November. 1022 In favorof
eath; I pray thee. come and lay "Discovering Jesus' Principles for revolutlonzed the world. The H F. Ooodrlch Rubber Company Hereby notice la given mat undarand
hy hands on her that she may be corporation, and auralnet: W. H i'hward. : by virtue of that certain finaldecree
Our Lives. Leader Mrs. M. W.
greatest occasion since the resurrection of of foreclosure and sal. of 4
ealed; and shall live." Morrow. upon a certain judgment .Fnbriiary Tth A. O 193* entered by
.
and ascension of Jesus nld court recorded In the mlntitM

Luke 8::42. says the child wall I 7:30: p. m. Evening worship sermon Christ was the day of Pentecost. of ...Id. court In book 7, pave, 849 I, :the In that Honorable, certain A case Z, of Adfdns(T, C., Judge Crawford .
an Sheriff of Hradfnrd County, have
about twelve years of age. So and song. i The only school that could producea lavlnil. upon the following d."urlbdfuoportv an complainant vs E'ln.nl. Matthews -
cldom Is it that we are told the I Prayer meeUng Wednesday at altiiale lying and belnr InTiradford et al, a* defendant. pendjnir 1'
preacher for that occasion was I In the Circuit Court of rtradford
lames of the persons for whom 7:30 p. m. County, Florida, and County, Florida, In Chancery, thaunderslnrned
the school established by Jesus of known and described. ** follow: : itA'F
;''hrlst worked miracles that this A cordial invitation to all our Nazareth. I CommencInK. 112 ft We.t of the Hpeclnl I Master. will. sell
Janus must have been a notable i iJ 4'A' V NI3 corner. of lot 4 of block 4, no to the highest bidder for cash In i
services extended to all. front Mouth door of the courthous I
If cordlnir to the nrlirlnat' plat nt th* .. Orn'hl
haracter, probably a man of espe- S Plant to a town of lawtev. I thence R. LOG/ ft., of Htnrke. Uradfnnl ii
City-Pla.na under County, Florida
way on Monday th* 8th
Chance W. ON themN.. 1UU( ft
ft. ,
al holiness and Influence. The LAWTEY CHURCH lMltJA/iv! nY
; day of March A. I>. *93*. during
Improve drainage situation north '* thence. 1'). alone the 8. Mid. of lAke I .
the legal hours of sal the
to which he was attached following
ynagogue Avenue to the point of hniclnnLiix' ,
.
and west of here. descrlhxd real estate. lying and heIn
was that in Capernaum First Baptist Church name helnir. W. of Railway In ."no. In Ilradford "
6. H J1J.'] County, Florida to-
Leesburg Construction of 23. townnhlp rang 14: and a ,
which bad been given the Jews Hev. L. F. Chopin pastor. I portion of lot 4, l block l 4 of th* town I wit: I I
: half
apartment house on Dozier avenue I I Hast of UK'nf Section 5,
'y the kind Roman centurion onlyhe Preaching services first and of f.Hwtey, aacordln. to plat I thereof Township S South liana23 Seat!
Llbal In the public record of Mradforil I
for Joseph progressing. i '
floor exount 6 acres In Northwest
remaining.As third Sundays. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. County, Florida' | NltlH of cornerof j3 ; j
HIO"4.
Lord Ana will, "ell 1 the to the
Janus
and the were [ same
m. League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. hlirhe.t bidder for cnxb during the Ilegal I Also, the West 8 acres of 8W'4' ofSWVI

olng a certain woman who bad Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- hour of sal,. on the Srd duy. \ In Suction .5. Township S
South liana S2 East.'I.
ben sick for 12 years and had ex- wood supt. Fraternal of April 1U31, at the ermth door 01 8.
| CIUSWB.
the court holm. In the town of )
ended all her wealth on phys- I Special Master In .
Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. Wed Htark, Bradford County, Florida, Chancery
Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. St: A. KNirilfT A KNKIIIT Ntarke
,
clans came to Jesus to be healed, term. cash isle' being mad nub Fla. ,
nesday. Hnllcltor .
le surrounded that she M, meets at city hall building 1st ject to tease, and fOrllclo..ure] unit for COln..h.Ant.2104a8 riF
was so B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. I now pending on a part of the ,ahlproperty. ,
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ould not get to speak to him, I
T. T. Blackburn W M. -- ,... I 01"11' I".U& '.III".I<','TrO
,
nd she came and touched the hem Grace :M. E. Church O. J. .. J .','. '7/,,,' .., ./0.. Sheriff of Hrndford W. J. FPPKIISOV County !Florida, I I In Circuit Court: =ZAth Judicial
Phillips Secy. (Circuit Bradford
Jf County Stat of
his and was at once (, .
garment J. I.
FHAZKia.
.
Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. .. / I i I Florida. In C'hancery.Hulilah .
Attorney for Plaintiff35t3Sl.
ured
of her disease. Jesus inquiredho B
had touched him, and the Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH Ph.i.pqC Cd.M4. N..w '....,AI'. v*. '7. KUKII Corpenlnr.Corpenlna Complainant Dctenlant. --

'Oman" confessed that it was she. at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. I ,rriHAr in Trmldad British West 'Indies tfir U a elawl... 'lobster? MASTF'H'H CALM ,!I It apiarln. by affidavit appended

"hen Jesus said "Daughter thy Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: Services will be held Saturday JL In ill' respects this (obiter looks, acts and tastes like Its northern Notice In hereby given that underand '', to the bill filed In the abovestated ,
I vltru
hy of a final ilocrnn ur''or.'o"ur.
alth hath made thee whole; go in p. m. before the third Sunday of each cousins except that 'It lacks entirely' the bio claw 'which are common mad and rendered. by the cause defendant that J. Eugene ,CorpanInff -

Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. month. to lobsters of northern ''Wat.,... One of the elawlaaa lobsters I. an the }Hunnralil A, V, Adhir,,. Judge a non-resident' of the therein State named of Flor la .

cace.Our lesson continues. While Jeaa Mary Moore supt. -D. L.-Phillips Pastor 'In photograph._ __ _ __ _. __ ___ of Sixth Ih*Judicial Circuit Court Circuit of of the Florida Twenty-In I the ida Stat and la of a North resident Carolina of Marion and In I I.
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and for Hradfnrd County: In Chan-
and over the age of twenty-one
spake messengers came eery, dated Igth day of Feb. 1031. I It I I. thereforordered. that said. ynnrs '
aid to the ruler: Thy daughter Is In that certain l caima, therein"I lately I defendant. b" and h.nonresident IH .ft.
.
lead; why troublest thou the Maser I pendlnabetween F.dward H. Jarvlx'' hereby ".'IIIlr..,. to appear to the
OF FLORIDA TAKEOVER .
YOUTHFUL ALUMNI OF UNIVERSITY Individually and Kdward H JarvlK, bill' of complaint filed In said .aii, "
further Jesus pith unto a. Administrator of the ectateVtlanclie
any T of on or before, Monday' the Sixth., day
lie- ruler of the Be not I Jarvl, daceaaed. Complainant of March A. U. 1031 otherwIse the>
synagogue
ATHLETIC PROGRAM OF THEIR ALMA MATER VH Nicholas' lilatna.. -- Irtoma, allegation of .aid hill will ha taken
frald only believe." L hi* wife If married Hurry Ideml\l a* confessed. by sail defendant. I

The woman had been healed beau i hi* wi'... If married If decraneil' his It Is further, ordered that thin
level repre.entntlvv, lawful heirs, order h .
published week fur
of her faith and now Jesus I levutee, d.vlMee. .., arantee, admin four conseciitlv. week.one In a the Jtrad

alls on the ruler to show his faith. i istrator and *,x''<'utor* and any other -. ford' County Telnirraph, a newapaperpuhiiaiwI ,
per.on, claiming by. through ortinder In said County and State.
And he Buffered no man to follow him or them, defendant., the Thin first
day ot February.' I8JJ. '
Im, save Peter and James and underpinned'! who was therein appointed -' <8 ei) A. J. TIIOMAH.: j
a. Special Master In "'han- I
ohn Clerk CircuIt r'ou" I
the brother of James. And .
cery to execute the name will, on J. I,. FRAZI'FI: ,
e cometh to the house of the Monday April Srd. A. r>. 19J1: during Solicitor for", Complainant
uler the legit I hour, nf ial before the I.a.tlt-S-I.
and aeeth the tumult. And

e aalth unto him. Why make ye reorCM; c
A4; ; sk1 NotIIs| hereby. given that the
following described .
his will be .
ado and ? the damsel Is tat
weep public auction on the FIRST MONOAV:> IN MARCh lisa; It b'li, .'
ot dead but aleepeth." the flth day of said month before the Courthouse Door at Htark In Itrad- .
< : _
To Jesus death was only sleep. 4 ford county. Stale of Florida or 10 much thereof a* will ..... )- ,
f1c. to pay the amount due for tax*, set opposite the same tojrtner
with
nd> he could restore life as easily the cost of such sale and advertising' c. A. Knltrht Tax Collector!:

.J he could wake the person from .f...r"r."P
!ep. 8R4! of NW'Ji'I-. ------- 2 St 49 A. Z. Adkln ______ ._ _119.10 .
41 All NWU\ of BB'/i\ K of oa-

The three apostles, Peter James nal --------------_2! < 23 P Arthur Wood ._ SI.S7 I _
nd John were the only witnesses One A 'In NW Cor SWVi
Lii' of 812% In Star'ke -------3J 8 sz 1 Dr. O. L. ttaynca _
1 the 41.lt
home of and of the
Janus Lot. 1 a of nik 11 Original

aosflguratlon or near Jesus Inhs ; Town of Stark In tiK'A' _

\ of BW/ -__________at I 22 P. V. Stump ___ .. 4219 w
garden of CeUisemane. Lot 86 of Elk 7 City Park u _ _
"And they laughted him to Sub DIV W. CY. Addition .

corn. But father to Stark ______11 I 22 F F. Stump ,__ ___ 191 ./
he-taketh the ? "- _
Block A O C: D Stump' ad-
t the child and her mother and dillon to "Htark In a'/ of \.

DISK\ of NUt4 .______.29 t 22 F. _
em that were with him and goeth V. Slump- ?__.. _____ lft.13 .
Con2lOftWofsWCorof
Lkk1d _
here the chiU' waa." :ru" II nato Myrtl Cli. A i'
"And ha : W ft to West I:
took the damsel by the thence H on : ,
'ld. and saitn unto her Talitha ':iJIIt't K 110 ft N

umJ; which is oeing interpreted 430 ft to be*. designated. ""J
,
on map of Ua.kln.' Add _
amael I say Jiee arise. And DUTCH" STANLEY BEN CLEMONS BArNEY CAWTnON 9E II.1IX to Btarka, a* Clark X A

ralghtway the damsel! andaliced Hlk. ", ___-----___29awu I 21 2 D. C. Iloltscndorf _-_ _-__ US ,
arose Four of the most outstanding athletes in the history of the ,Univeraity of Florida return to the scene ot former triumphs la June to coach tile of NB'A SEt of
; for she was of the age of N2W!:\ *z 10 A on a ii,ldo _.SI I 11 70 n C. Ifolti.ndorfW. .____ U.8t
dee years. And they :ern as- /arioua Florida sports tea ma. "Dutch" Stanley for the past two years vanity end coach: will be chief of stall of the football squad fucceedinCharles > BIB:*, of NWV4 ___________14 S 32 40 A. Jint. Jr. ____ U.70

W. Bachman resigned. Clemona. Cawtbon and Hal, at present successful high school coaches. Join Stanley Et4ofalA lot In SW Cor
Dished With a great aatonlah- of BE:14 of 8E14: of 8E-4_H 7 31 W. H. Griffin ._ ? 1311

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PAGE ElGOT BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELFAR4PII. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAYMARCl1
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LETS LOOK AROUND an ex-friend without speaking, after !he was replacing had cost him $3. --

,;}+ I. Bradford County Telegraph a few harsh words the night Doing deeper into his purse he
;
It la strange, but true, that It Maybe You'veIHeard I before. Personally, we're in favor !answered. the question by exhibit joo Late

) Established 1877''' ,ten takes\! an outsider to call ou. I of the Indian way of settling an ing tike ad valorem tax receipt

argument, especially if we were on : which he had paid 'the previous
attention to thing that are resting: It But
,,1filY ; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class quietly, right beneath our noses. I the outside looking in. And Just I year upon his car. It amounted to o (?M
chance it j .06" which with the $3
think what a wonderful $81 coupled
!Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke Florida Rut man Is a peculiar animal, lookIng I
By '
toward far dillt.ant j I wuold be to get rid of some Christmas California plate, made his total RUSSELL kAy 'I
4 always Starke must have been really neckties. charge to operate a Packard au- Ssenr.ry, Fond. Pee?

w E. L. Matthews\ ________________________Editor and Owner places for beauty and opportunityand show hungry the way everybody I tomobile 6400.> By purchasing a Ana
never seeing It at his feet, un- I don't know
I whether
turned out for the opening of the entertainment the i i
rein
c As If radio Florida tag at "outrageoul"prtces
; less perchance he stumbles uponIt ought to say anything |
SUBSCRIPTION RATEr Ritz Theatre. Movie fans should I weren't ,anemic enough already, asked, he saved the difference more
In his blind wandering. advertising or not
keep up the good.work for havinga one announcer recently Called the between $64.00 and $37.50, because b I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance For this reason if for none other, keep it Up first thing i
lighted theatre certainly peps up you
tune "Hell's Bella. "Those Bells. and he smiled as he left the office mot
It Is a good idea to have have a I somebody will get the I II
Advertising Rates on Application: Florida Better week and !the looks of a town at night .It Why couldn't he come out and say Local drivers should remember crazy i w
"Know know
needed"place Bomethin
forcibly call the attention of natives also offers that much It like a man? that when they pay for a tag, they start callln' about It W[
me an '
'We're all set to sit In on the new deal. to wonders of the State that to go." and will help pre- ---0- pay all of,the tax assessed against advertlsin' ms
serve the fixtures in tha corner their automobile We are informed -
o would otherwise go unnoticed.In stores for folks will have Not that I'm ashamed
drug of
reliable that when >lilt
by a source
: This is "Know Florida Better" week. 'fake. a look last Friday his lecture night.to Royal the Boy Dixon Scouts, the somewhere else to sit. I From Other Pens I I the ad valorem taxes of the other to title the, only it would who hardly be (fQ
guys are
.* who | states are added to their tag prices legally -.
well-known naturalist, spends
asked'it titled to such a label to I
We forget now who but Florida stands third from the head have b
small lake
the winter months
.cc' 0t on a anyway I.'. a good question: "Why I be confused in the public
of the list as being the most lenient II1ID4
Heights, commended A MAN
near Keystone BIG IS
down to HOW with a bird like me.
doesn't Vasco get
Forsyth
: When strawberry prices go up so do the corners of them the "Know Florida Better" 138 upon pleasure car owners.
his weight limit of about
_ movement which the State Chamber -' the The Florida manner of taxing
than
+ uth. A man's no bigger way But how-the-so-ever '
p pounds and fight such boys as I canth
*
Is in of
automobiles
reality, one
I of Commerce has sponsored fellow !
He treats his mans
rearln' on bind
Black Horse Harvey, Sammy up my l legs
y ----0- for consecutive his been the best in the nation, for the en- IIIdpolntln'
seven years. This standard has measure to the
Lucas, Woodrpw Chancy, Young accomplishment
rubbernecking Mr. Dixon, who has spent a lifetime tire amount is collected at the tag t
suits will Itself !
The rubber time
new bathing cause more I Simpson and the, rest of the good Since began balancln' the state budget aj
sale and there Is no opportunityfor an
In studying strange plants social rank,
l' He's measured not by
than ever. i boys in that weight? Forsyth could of the sweetest little advert) ,
and animals in many different character's the test; sly persona to avoid payingthe
train down to that limit, and we ments any commonwealth
o I ad valorem tax, as Is done in conn
countries, in recent has discovered show
years or ,
Nor by his early pomp
( leave ;It to the 'fight fans as to ask for right now.
should have that is if the Florida, and more speoif; Displaying wealth possessed! other states, and with the possibility -
Every farm a garden ; owner what he could do In the lightweightclass.
ally, our section of this great state. He's measured by his ,Justice, that added burden he placed
But nowdays with I Iancin'
''i likes to eat regularly. This nature lover can sit for hours right, upon the more honest c1ass.cJermon budget bi)
the national indoor sponj
o ''I;, telling wonderful stories of exotic His fairness tt his play, Press.
3. Whoever wrote .that must not any guy who can sure-enoucb bn.1
} Maybe Columbus was wrong after all. The world seems flowers, flesh-eating plants, and know, how'ggpd< !; 'County His squareness in all dealings made FLORIDA ance a budget has got a battln'' ;.t
the beauties of nature, but he has
to be pretty flat these days. sausage'and 'syrup is or theywouldn't His honest, upright way. I KNOW BETTERWe erage like Babe Ruth. We looks I
he to
seen nothing says compare be why'someonewho These are his measures, ever near ,
asking him kind of
as a cross between
I'i o ,, with the fresh water lakes that dot To serve him when they can; |
lives here doesn't "train are now In the middle of wizard and a voo-doo priestSo
i It rained and spoiled Plant City's strawberry festival. .Wt, the sand hills around here. In all down." "Jr For man's no bigger than the way "Know Florida Better Week." For
his travels, Mr. Dixon he has
says He treats his fellow man. the seventh a special week is
helped its strawberry bushes. seen nothing that can eclipse Silver year If you ask me, I think r t
Author Unknown.
0'' Springs near Ocala. Yet TOUGH HOG being set aside as a time when ought to all rise and sing at leis
-moo-- commercial and civic organizations -

lr, t It is almost time for Spring housecleaning. Make it outside European strangely, travel many while of us growing yearn for to papers The Bushnell can "sing"Times of their says unusual other LADIES IN TROUSERSWhen service clubs, public schools one of the verse Budget"America"Commission in bom Not

the house as well as inside., ,.,,..} manhood and womanhood without and odd fish ,experiences, but the the world is threatenedwith and individuals are asked to give only for the swell little Job the;

O seeing these wonders of Florida.If killing of a "hardware hog" in that the possibility of trousers be- attention State. to facts about this great did In strikin' a balance, but b.doin'

a man like Mr. Dixon, who section recently is calculated to it far enough In advance
South Florida boasts of a tropical fruit called the Mamey coming fashionable for womenit In a great many Instances Flor-
be
this them all" for curious helpful.
knows world and what is concealed stop yarns.
; Sapote. Sounds like a telephone operator. is permissible for the inferior !idans are deplorably Ignorant about
-
beyond those alluring far- Says the Times: "E. Johnson, while
sex to raise a note of protest, or
distant his farm west of I their State. Qf course they know Mr. Goliath J. Budget Is a
o hills, searches out the little killing hogs on I tough
voice a wall of anguish. Here is a
the shines all
;f I Loan blanks are ready for the farmers, and it is safe to portion of the world that we town the other day, found the following reason for protest-here is cause I I and sun that it Is the here world's of the greatest time old egg anyway ain't you take bin
While it
the to belittle
call home and pitches his tent supply of hardware In I my purpose
nay that the farmers are ready for the loan blanks. there, perhaps it is not so bad after stomach of ,oae?,of his porkers: i for a wear long trousers-what drawn wailSisterIfyou shall the I I winter playground and all that but the neat ''job a guy name

0- all. It might be a good Idea Forty-one 'wire/fence staples?twQ(, world do for want of a member of''I!! there are so many startling and interesting David did a few years pack win

J Merchants last Lot's to take a look around and see Just short pieces of.chain two buckles I things about it of which his trusty sling-shot at the sam
report good !is
a day Saturday. of the race who easy on the eyes?
should know that it is
everyone a time I'm here to tell that "
a what it has tor biter three iron bolts, eighty-eight small I you 0111
q folks in town, and even more are expected tomorrow. nails, nine.small pieces of wire, It Is not a question of modesty. good thing stress Is being placed Dave" tackled Just as formldaU
---=- --- That Is merely a matter of custom -
twelve of assorted metal this week on knowing Florida bet- a giant and made Just as clean
f't'' + O -, pieces i
FLORIDA'FACTS It is not a question of dis-
ter.
and small of brass froman knock-out in handlin' our budgrt
Boston gives trucks the right-of-way automobiles. one piece -
over tinguishing between the sexes, for
Several months
we clipped .
old shotgun. Altogether, the ago problem.But
or No car owner would want to argue the point on the road. DID YOU KNOW, THAT- metal weighed slightly over a many of the trousered sex are only from the Avon Park Sun an edi-
weak sisters-but it is more vital
o The Presbyterian Church, at pound. The hog was eight monthsold I' torial which contained valuable gettln' back to the subjwl
still. It is concerned with the Improvement
What price fame ? Poor Mrs. Roosevelt made the,head Monticello, was built a hundred and tipped the scales at an of the landscape. The data about Florida. We are repeat- of advertlsin' which is supposed til
years ago of brick transported to even hundred pounds when dressed. ing some of the facts here for the be the text of this little sermoJ
lines again when she purchased a new pair of shoes\ this week. Florida from Virginia by ox teams.Florida It was apparently as healthy as skirted sex Is the decorative sex, benefit of our readers. what I started out to say was thiij
and If the skirts go into the dJs- I
o- ships hundreds of tons any other hog." "Florida bas more sunshine in The whole world Is in a frame o.
card-the beauty of the so-called
The Clermont Press says that we shall soon see how of Spanish moss which Is utilized But it must' have been awful race is hopelessly gone-where the winter and less in summer than mind today to take off it's helmtJ
in the manufacture of mattressesand the northern states. In Florida
and make a pretty bow to the
tough. gti|
much good F. D. R. does for the fellow woodbine twlneth and the
a who lives on the R. automobile cushions. Wewa- whang- the shortest day in the year Is only who can balance a budget.
.
doodle mourneth.The
F. D. hitchka is the center of, the in A SCALLION, SIR about three hours shorter than the
well known human is
o dustry. We'd like to-toss one of Walter the homeliest of all race of animals. longest day, but along the northern So when the State of Florid!
species
The Federal Bureau of Fisheries border of the United States there
Wlnchell's scaBlons at the comes out with the announce]
It's hard to say which is stirring up the most interest is authority for the statement that ( ''WhOAsay that excessive psychiatrists ; The men are ugly in more Is a difference of nearly eight ment that she has succeeded !

the situation in the Far East or the size of putting green the largest big-mouth 'black bass I mother love' *.e.kla to hatred. Ac- different ways because They manage to hours. This of course, has something slttin' around a table with a ft I

tr cups. in the United States are found in Cording to those,,wise guys: pass inspection with they cloth cover I to do with the mildness of saw puzzle like that and act
up many imperfections
Lake Okeechobee. !I "Back of every case of overprotection ing. It bas always been considered Florida winters and the coolness of solved the darn thing; rm tell|

o Millions of pencils, used in Eu babying, oversollcltude, that the distinctive male dress for Florida summers. The Gulf Stream you that's/ an advertisement that!
They tell us that books rope are made of cedar flows close to( the coast and keeps
some are now being printed on shipped too 'much mothering, overindul- the lower half of the body Is the Just naturally knock the na.UoDieye
u tin.. to Germany from Florida., ISie the state free from cold weatherin out. But wait the fact tb&:
At last, those fiends who insist on turning down pages gence, there Is a certain amount of least helpful from the standpoint ,
t will be foiled. center of the State's cedar Industry rejection-a desire of the mother of looks. winter. we balanced it, is only part of tk|

1 4 Is Crystal River, In Citrus to be rid of the child. But men have trained themselves "Florida has the oldest perma : story. When we tell 'em that i.
1 1 -0----- county. nent white settlement In the United did it without
"The modern woman with her for centuries to trousers. I creating any ne'l
a Psychologists now say that on old fashioned whipping Prince Archllle Murat, sent to ideas of liberty, feels that a child Women have had on wear such rtalnlng. States. It Is the last state of the. sources of revenue or Incrcastol
Florida by LaFayette to assume hinders her. union to be developed those already existing, well I IDeal
is the only way to teach a child right from Subconsciously she I So when they ear breeches, they
wrong., Our,forefathers charge of the property given the rejects the child, while consciously "It has one thousand miles of we're gonna be talked about A

_ F weren't so dumb after all. Revolutionary hero by the State she attempts to compensate by i not become only figures lose their of good fun looks well.-, but coast line. Its rainfall la fifty-six state that can pull a trick like uul

o of Florida, rests in a cemetery in protecting lt."> : Eustis Lake as Inches, nearly five feet. in these days and times has jun|
Region."OUTRAGEOUS"
Tallahassee. He was the son of ---- "It is the largest state east of got to be looked up to.
4 Modern fire equipment has been purchased for_the State the ---0-
King of Naples. Just why the above theory the Mississippi, except Georgia. It

I ;, Tarm. Although there has never been a serious fire at the Florida has two National Forests should have made last week's TAG PRICES is equal in area to Maine, Ver- And while you and me dldo'l

r; prison, it is well to be on the safe side. one in the northwestern part i dailies remains a puzzle, for it Is mont, Connecticut and Rhode actually have to do the fretUn' &IX|
r, of the State, principally in Oka- I I I not a new one It has been studied The present time, with license Island, and it is four times as largeas worryin' to work out the problenl! !

N o looaa county, and the other in Central In recent years by, thousandsof tags so much in discussion, bringsan Holland. as Floridians we share the creel:

L Some good bargains can be had now in stock exchange Florida, largely lying in'Marion students, and no doubt some of Interesting incident which hap' "Florida is in the same Isother- I for it's Florida's budget. It

r }, v seats. One sold this week for $40,000() off $10,000 from the county. them have been influenced by it pened recently when a California mal zone as the Maderia Islands, I our team that won the old tJa;
Forty-seven per cent of all the into suspecting the motives of real driver of a Packard car stopped southern Spain, Sicily, Egypt, game. Remember this, Florida !
previous transaction, but it's still a pretty expensive place to varieties -of trees which grow in mother lovePsychology ,. on his way into the state and pur- southern Palestine, northern India, i leadin' the league today and If e i

sit. North America north of Mexico la entertaining but chased a tag. northern Mexico, southern California ,all stand back of the team ',

o and the West Indies are native to it should be studied with ,the fingers As he planked down the $37.50for southern Arizona southern !illin' the grandstand and bleacben|

Florida of one hand crossed and a the little piece of tin, someone New Mexico, southern Texas and 'and keepln' them encouraged A gleam of light is seen in the movement on foot to The grapefruit,derives Us name salt shaker in the other. asked him If it were not a change southern Louisiana."-Melbourne :cheers I mean there Just aJI

"-keep the government out of private business." This from the fact that the fruit growsIn from his native state where the tag Times. :nothln' can atop us.

t# might help to balance the Federal budget, and the little fellow's clusters. Following the purchasing of a
The Fuller's earth mine, on the mule at auction here Saturday for
k budget, too. i, outskirts of Quincy, in Cadsden 11.50, "Runt" Tharp bad visions of SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG I II

---0 county, is the largest of It. kind much profit from his purchase after I

D. L. Phillips, the cavassa enhtusiast, says that if enough In The the world.first Governor of Florida, tered.a little feed' could be adminis- ,

farmers would plant the trees, Bradford County could have; after its purchase from Spain, later The mule didn't-live through the r I II I II

,; its own starch factory. A new industry or two wouldn't be. became President of the United I night. I It Is said, and no one knows f I

J such 'a bad idea at that. States. whether it was "flu," fever, home- / +
With
one exception, OkeechobeeIs sickness--or an overdose of being ,
o the largest lake wholly within liven some eat I II
_ gIto; and the I
They claim that jig-saw puzzles divert the mind from the United States. new owner litu'teven, get to takea ,,

IT rd, business worries. But what are little troubles like that corn'r' Salt SprID&in Marlon county, Sunday afternoon ride on the tPA !
many miles from the nearest seawater costly anlmaL':"Washington Coun-
f; pared with being unable to find 'It
George Washington's ear tor' teems with salt water fish. ty News. l

'w the hind leg of Paul Revere horse. The process for manufacturing The poor thing doubtless 'died of iri

) r n Ice was discovered by a Florida humiliation after' selling for $1.SO.VE "t
physician. Dr. John B. Gorrle. of
The troublous times considered, there is good reason to Apalachlcola. \ ,-LIKE 'UM :

r :. believe that it would have been wiser had Roosevelt named Florida possesses more than 30- Wonder why RIpley hasn't told

+ L, B. Damn for his secretary of war, instead of the mild-mcn- 000 lakes. us about the potlatch, that .
r Scientists say the Florida peninsula strangest of all +
strange customs
ikered George II. Dern says the Palatka Daily News. Is /
probably the only one in among our northwestern Indians. T ,

..f o the world''where the land is Increasing Well we'll beat the old boy to it.

I The Tallahassee Democrat remarks that a man by the on both sides. Elsewhere Now it seems that when one redskin 1.

r name of Bonnet has thrown his hat into the ring for Congress other.there !is erosion on one side or the gets sore at another for mak
ing eyes at Mrs. Redskin or for
in this district. However the paper says that Lex Green's Silver Springs, in Marion county any other Just cause the offended

constituents are saying that the new aspirant might as well near Ocala baa a greater flow of man holds a potlatch. That is, begets
d
(carry his bonnet back to the attic. water than any other spring in the together all tue cattle and

world. The volume Is 650,000,000' corn on the cob that he. possessesor
-
o gallons dally. can purcl'uue.and holds a big

Thousands of automobiles have been retired in Switzer- The only sponge fisheries In the feast for all his friends and a few

#; i !_" land owing to a new law which raises the compulsory insurance United Seminole States county are,in second Florida.smallest of not their only acquaintances feed, them:: 'but'also.makes He \ ) iVIJ'Jffl1llfl'1J/i' / I I3i

for third ,
party risk to about $20,000. Thousands county in the State, produces an- them presents of a good portionof 1\U/JlI/

..ro v w have been retired in Florida owing to an old law which requires nually more celery than the whole his worldly goods. The other

r ;. owners to buy a license tag. State of California. Indian is put to shame by thisvulgar
A large part of South Florida display and dares not show

jc o .. was once a part of the bottom of his face until he can give a bigger .

; t The Industrial News Review says that the farmer who the sea-the teeth of sharks are and better potlatch. And thus

,, ; joins a cooperative with the idea that mere joining will immediately found Interior.in phosphate mines in the the argumea {continues: until both
r of the contestants: are reduced to
11& broaden his
market, raise his prices and bring him Iron one is found In Levy county, singing the Indian equivalent of

prosperity, is doomed to disappointment. But when enough near Bronaon. The Confederacy is "Brother Can You Spare a Dime. '>It'

;: t farmers join with the intention of working with and for the said to have utilized this Iron dur- It's a fine thing for poor relations,
the
Civil
ing War for the .
manufacture though.We ,, r
,
cooperative, loyally
supporting it and seeking new members, of cannon. _

in order to build for the future, they will get what they are The first trunk line railroad in think the potlatch strange, '

i1, looking for. Florida was constructed between I but no doubt heap big Injun would The
/k WA
ttIMG.
/ $ s ..
'''h, I Feraandina and Cedar Key. I think It strange It he saw us passer



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