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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Weeks Dies JcNcsslflay Relief ApplyAt Office Berry Movement Butler He Will Tells Work Voters Hard Auxiliary Shows B. H. S. Will Graduate


To Keep Farm Agents

Slack This Week Good Work' Done .

Night; been Congressman advised that K.J.A.(Grwn Y. lliwklson. has- ; "To the taxpayers and cltl- Largest Number Ever; ..j

Director{ of Relief, Tall Zen of Bradford Couaty": In :

Ninety-five luwsee, will be In charge of employment Continue to ShipShipment regard to the Farm Extension In Local ReliefMany

Was for the civilian reforestation Work. I am fully in sympathywith .
It and will do what I can tokef'p
ctunp In this state. It In operation for the goodof Senior Play Tonight !

1I1ourns Lolls Of Those who are Interested In employment From Btnrke Lightest the various counties. Needy Are Given AimUtimceHy .

t (OUllty should communicatewith Since January- Lawtry Uomen Of This
e.qww'fr4l 'ltlu-n-Ll18t: Mrs. Miriam KlrkUter in Fairly Good Very truly,yours, OrganizationFollowing .-

"h'll Wllr'eter '.n the office of the County Relief (Signed) : C. C. Butler.
CLASS TOTAL IS 33
At It. // S. .
-lost one of Its Committee. Express strawberry shipmentsfrom Member: of House of Representatives Is H report of the Classes .

ford County citizens when Starke this week were the Bradford County. American Legion Auxiliary Child Varied In Size Sciuitor Larson Will I Make ConiiiuMireinent .. .4

t land t'd at his borne lightest since Jan. 20. Because of Welfare, Starke Unit No. CO, Jan. ,Address-Br .
died
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v.T. Weeks at the age ofDeath damage by heavy rains the total 1, to Nov. 1, 1932: Graduating rlmmm tvt the Lowry 1'renctieo Sermon

TUesdl'Y night came at 11:50 Venire SummonedFor from here this week was but 8,192 Colonel InspectsNationa'F Committee placed ten childrenIn Bradford County High School j.j

1.f\ve.\ Illness of two quarts. Children's Home at Jacksonville, have varied greatly In hlze since The Bradford County High.

k after an with a severe Shipments from Lawtey held up also giving them clothing and medical It* founding thirty-right yeses School will graduate the largest I

*hlch began pneumonia. In Circuit CourtSpring fairly well considering weather GuardPleased attention costing 1000. ago. Thin jeur'n eland, thlrty- class In Its history Thursday of 1.;

and ended in Col. Weeks had conditions. Thirteen express cars Placed eleven year old girl: In three' In number, III I the largest next week when thirty-three candidates I

ot his age. until the time have been shipped from there since Industrial School at Ocala, givingher In Ita hlntory. The second will receive their diploma ;

teed active up confined himabed. Thursday of last week. clothing valued at $4.00. Urgent was when twenty-nine at the thirty-eighth annual grad .
alc\Uless\ which Term Will Convene May 1 Prices at both places remainedlow With Local Unit He Says' Gave $6.00 to help pay hospitalbill griuluittMl nex-rul years ago. uating exercise. Senator J. Edwin. :

-Docket Not Ready For and estimated to be -I.t. Long Plans Open for boy having cataracts removed -
\) ot Col. Weeks were The HinallpHt on record was thai Larson of Keystone Heights wilt
WI ot the death through- PublicationThe about $2.50( per crate throughoutthe house from eyes. of 1912 which contiilniHl a grand deliver the commencement address. 'i'I

received with regret parts week. Five children were furnished total of two niemliers-both The first in the series of exercises :
and In many following venire has been D. of the It ,
Col. Freeman
be county George clothing and shoes, making pos girl.. wit take! place tonl&ht (Friday -
CIvil government reports
to
According 1
where his tine summoned Sheriff W. J. Ep here attend school,
e Stilte by Carolinaare regular army was Tuesday sible for them to ) at eight o'clock In the Wornan's .
active from North
his long: to at the court shipments the local National .
record and person appear night and inspected cost 1500. '
him and it Is l be- Club auditorium where the
ir In public life had made house at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday, continuing light. Guard Company In compli- Collected 165: garments, mended Is circus
In Senior class sponsoring a
will not
hise come
I ud reapected. During May 1, to serve as grand and petit! lieved that they ten ance with the National Defense and laundrled them and distributed Trustees Chosen that bids fair to be an evening'sentertainment l'. ,
week days yet.
for or ;
had held many pub- term of circuit heavy a of the Adjutant Value of
11fe he jurors at the spring Act and a special order them to needy homes. filled with variety '
remark- Louisiana, however, la i Increaadlng;
flees, and made the court In Bradford county: General's office of Florida. these garments $90.00. I and ",. .\

serving the people M. J. McRae C. C. JohnsF. 139 cars were forwarded out of The local National Guard Com Furnished shroud for deceased 2 More Districts The spire.program will be presentedby (
there Monday.
Bounty for thirty-two years pany is a Communications Company woman at a cost of $5.00, also !
He A. Scott R. 11. Galney The weekly movement from a cat of fifty which Include ,
of the Circuit Court. known as Headquarters Company clothing to woman sent to a hospital -
.erk Confederateran A. B. Surrency W. C. ConnerE. Starke and] Lawtey this season Is the entire Senior class and many 1
h.last remaining A. Winkler Wilmot BrownM. Second Battalion 124th In- cost $2.00. from other grades. The variety
Include
Bradford County. as follows: These figures fantry of the Florida National Paid drug bill for sick child $5. \'amlf"rbllt.nd New River Fall To ,
In F. Wiggins E. E. NormanD. and freight shipments bill will end with a one-act play. ; "
HI, Early Life express Guard. Have helped seven very poor Hold ElectionsMaylie \ "The Place" Booth, I I
by
W. Johnson Clyde ConeA. Trysting I ITarkington.
Weeks was born Feb. only.) The men are trained In radio families with food and medicine Called I."ter i
T I
.lliam The
L. Green, Jr. A. M. LewisJ. Starke I program haa. (
Elllsvllle, In Columbia transmission and reception, tele- the summer and fall at a
338, at reared on the A. Ellington, J. H. Ritch, Jr. Week Quarts Returns' through The following are returns from been under the direction of students I'
; telephone cost of
and was graph operation opera- $20.00.Assisted
with, the able of :
ty educated In the countryIs Jr. E. L. KellyC. Dec. 16 ____ 50 $ 1500 tion, pyrotechnics, and all kindsof In distribution of government school trustee elections held In special supervision 1 I
,and A. Futch P. J. PearceA. ____ 19 5.70 recent Principal L. A. Gray. Admission t
that time. For a numof Dec. 23 visual signaling. Their train- flour and clothing. tax districts during ,
of L. Googe T. N. NormanR. _____ 244 73.20Jan. will be ten and twenty-five cents.
hisr Dec. 30 weeks:
before his death ing also includes: map reading and Three ex-service; men sent to '
years unable to attend to his R. Crosby Lacy Edwards 6 ___ 1,444 36120 map drawing topography and surveying Lake City hospital at cost of $5 00. Hampton: O. L. Harrison, t.. A The.> baccalaureate sermon, sec.will I
was ond in the series of ,
the management of af- Floyd Crosby Z. Z. Griffis Jan. 18 -____ 9,214 1,382.10 and operating a message This committee has endeavoredto Johns, A. A. Durden. Voted for levy programs ,

is' and into the hands of the son, H. E. Priest D. J. O. Green Jan. 20 _____ 8.258 1161.00 center for the battalion. The have a general supervision over of five mills.Graham be preached by Rev Geo. H. Low- 1

,looked fell after the estate until Jackson J. Jones E. S. Parrish Jan. 27 _____ 39,648: 300000 above Is of course in addition to the sick, needy and distressed of : S. T. Thomas, J. A J.McKlnney. In ry, the Sunday evening school at auditorium.eight o'clock 1

R. C. Cone J. M. Music Feb. 3 ____ 19,713 1,767.08 the basic military training that this community and has given ad- L. C. Smith. Voted for high
In the
D. J. Phillips W. M. BryanD. Feb. 10 _____ 25,376 2,283.84Feb. levy of ten mills. The music Is experiencedhands j
San An- not
[ that year he went to each soldier receives. I vice, comfort and aid to many of Mrs. A. E. Wall and will '
Texas and subesquentlytrouble J. Phillips L. D. PolkE. 17 ____ 20.864 1.877.76 Following the Inspection last mentioned above. .Although\ scheduled, no elections Include the following numbers: 1 1Procef9lonal

o aioae between then C. Jones Edward SullivanManLarson Feb. 24 ____ 41.014. 2,870.98 Tuesday night. Col. Freeman stated' Respectfully submitted, were held In Vanderbilt and New -Mrs. F. H. Long. \
S Mar. 3 ____ 78,432 9.804.00Mar. with the River. It has not been decided -
and Mexicans at Brownshe that be was very pleased Mrs. Frank Hoover, Hymn, "Onward Christian SoU '
the Texas Rangers 10 __ 18,880 2,360.00 local organization.In I' Chairman Child Welfare Unit 56 whether elections will be held lateror

|, 'Joined the state. Measure Mar. 17 ____ 15,534 1,826.25Mar. order that the public may Starke, Florida. whether present trustees will be dler.-Congregatlon.Invocation. A lI.:

fending! During War. Unfavorably 24 ______ 30.400 3,325.00 familiarize themselves with what .___u allowed to continue to serve. .
CapUired Reported reading.
___ 2,115.00Apri. Trustees now serving in Vapder. Scripture
18,048
returned home In May 1861. Mar. 31 the local National Guard Company Mail Carrier "Cathedral Meditation," vlollix
t
second lieutenantonpsnr 7_ __ 23,168 2,172.00Aprt. Is"doing and the. training Lawtey bllt are: Levy Norman, Kirby .
[ elected Insurance Miss Anita Courtml.nch.SermoaDr. ,
on -
wu Committee
: F, Fourth Florida The Senate this week reported unfa- If ____ 19.1U 1,776.06 they are receiving, Lt. T. T. Long Wanted' Jail Sentence Crews, Sam Whitehead. Geo. H. Lowry. a
____ 8,192 655.36 he Trustees now serving in New t
21 future
ml, to serve In the war be- vorably on the Mann-Larson bill Aprl. stated that ia the near "Give of the Best to the Master" .11

D i the dates On January 1, to provide for licensing and regulation expected to have an open house A. C. Ford, Lawtey mall carrier, River are: C. C. Wynn E. A. Sapp, vocal-Mrs. L. A, Gray. ;
Total -------374.290 38,832.43 and Invite the public to at short cut G. W. Andrews. ,
a
be was captured at Cedar of burial benefit associationsthat night thought he was taking Returns from the election a.t Benediction. .

|and taken to Fort Taylor prls- contract In advance for fun- Lawtey Returns tend. to the Federal penitentiary e Hellbronn have not yet been filed. Graduating exercises will be> ;

here he was kept for five or eral services at stipulated prices Week Quarts he silt a bag containing United held Thursday evening. April 27, at
'
months. Being finally paroled which often are paid In Install Jan. 13 _____ 6,528 $ 979.20 I! SCOUTS WILL JlE.RCII.PlI.N States mall one day last week. C eight o'clock In the high school auditorium ,

afterward exchanged he re- Jan. 20 ___ 12.512 l,501.U TONIGHT Mr. Ford was brought to Starke Commercial CourseSIIOI48 Senator J. Edwin Larson

ted as second lieutenant In ments.The committee returned Its adVerse Jan. 27 _____ 26,880 2,862.00 by Sheriff W. J. Epperson and was lUg Increase will deliver the address on this oc 3
Feb. 3 ___ 35nO 3,119.60Feb. held for examination by R. A. Carl- 3
pany G, 2nd( Florida Calvary. report after a public hear- At their meeting tonight the local casion.
ter the war, he returned to In the Senate chamber Monday 10 _' ___ 71,680 5,760.20Feb. Boy Scout troop will have the ton, post office Inspector of Jack- have been The Senior class of 1933 Is composed j
ing ____ 53,760 3,763.20Feb. The following figures '
old home and farmed for a which representatives of 24 pleasue of hearing L. F Chapman, sonville. I of the following members: 4.
at Hudson,
but finding labor demoral- undertaking businesses from all 17 ____ 30.000 2,700.00Mar. superintendent of the Florida State When questioned, Mr. Ford ad- submitted by Instructor Mrs. Frankie at B. H. S., Mack Davis, Ivan lIazen, John ::

|and difficult to control h* end State were presentand 3 ___107,520 13440.00 Farm. Mr. Chapman has not an- mitted that times being what they commercial Inman, Morris Jackson, Thornton. "
of the of commercial .
in the mercantile business parts for the most part spokeagalX'.st Mar. 10 __ 60,48( 7,560.00 nounced the subject of his address. were, he had cut the bag in hopeof showing work the rapid In Bradford growth County Johns, Malcolm Lewis Harmon I

vldence He also operated the bill. Mar. 17 ____ 47,760 8,800.00Mar. The meeting will be held at 7:30: being sent to prison. instituted In 1930: Morgan, Harry Sapp, Harry Tyson. .
School,
at this time. bill would provide for the 24 ___ 98,560 10,780.00Apri. o'clock at the armory."Jubilee" I He was released when Investigation High Frank Williams, Dollie lnklns., \ I
The Enrollment first (1930)( )
___148.688 17,427.76 was year
that nothing
7 disclosed
1 Weeks of the first Lucile Edwards, Inn Forsyth A table
was one licensing and regulating of burial 12911.40 Shorthand _____.__...____ 6 ,
_.
ill 143.460
elected to serve In the benefit associations that wish to April. If 9,318.40 /8 Title missing from the mall bag. Typing ........________19 Harley, Hope Haynes, Okie .

Senate following the Civil contract In advance with a person Aprl. ------116,480 Of Boy 'Scout Show FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION S Bookkeeping ....._______12 Hlnson, Beatrice Johns, LorleKelley 1 'I\
and served four years. He at a stipulated Genevieve Kenly. JoyceMast.

I later elected to the House of for his funeral that the Total __...1,025,728 107,448.20GASOLINE Bradford County farmers used ____.__37 Mildred Morgan, Clyde 1010r,1,1
price. Undertakers say S The local Boy Scout troop is 198 tons of fertilizer during the Total _____________
Ruth Rowe
fresentatives for a term of two would compel them to go Enrollment second (1931): gan, Pearl McEnchern, ,, ,
measure of year
the people .
to of March.Hillsborough
give month
CONSUMPTION planning Williams.j
L In 1877-78 he served Brad- Into the insurance business as the Starke and Bradford County a led the State witha Shorthand, lilt yr. ......__.... 7 Essie Sapp Margaret '
(County as tax'; assessor and in would .. ....... 3 Elizabeth Williams, Carol Cain.
state Insurance department night, April 28, whenIt of 1,396 tons. 2nd yr. .. ....... 0
I he was\ a delegate to the con- supervise the business of the bene- Gasoline consumption In Brad- treat Friday "Jubilee", a musical consumption Typing, 1st yr.. ........__,__20 Maurice Morgan, Oveda Andrews .

fitlonal convention. fit features. ford county showed. a slight Increase will present at the high school audi- Card Is asking the support of the 2nd yr. _______.________ 6 !I Ellen Wiggins, Inez Hlgh mltb. ;!
for ,
comedy
moved to Starke in 1889 hav- Senator J. M. Mann of Lake But. in February. Figures general public. Funds received will Bookkeeping, 1st yr. ._______20 Daisy Tompklns. I

I previously been elected clerk er, who represents district 15, composed January showed 61,867 gallons torium.Tickets for the show are alreadyon be used to send the troop to camp 2nd yr. -.___........... 3 The music under the direction '.'
52- will consist
totaled of Mrs. A. E. Wall
Jtie circuit court of Bradford of Bradford and Union counties used, while February D. this summer.

ply, which position he held for is co-author of the bill and S95 gallons. sale, and Scoutmaster R. Total __________________G9 of a violin ensemble: Miss Court.ruanch Isabel. f" J,I
Fernandez, Miss Anita
|ty-two years. Is also chairman of the senate Insurance Enrollment third year ((1932)) : 1 1bofrs.
and
Commander of Camp committee which conduct Shorthand, 1st yr. __._________19 Miss Rosalind Jacobs .

ot Weeks' first wife was Per ed the hearing. He is one of the Typing, lit yr. ..........____36 R. H. Boree there will also
l's' Turner whom he married in the Proceedings I be a chorus by a group of high 1 '
four practicing physicians in I Legislative Bookkeeping, 1st yr. ...... .32
mary, 1868 and who died in I upper house and was for twelve Commercial Geog. _. ._._-._..._0 school students. section of the 4 1i

In 1881 he married Mattie a member of the State boardof Commercial Arlth. _._______33 Virtually every above1group ,
I years in the
Purner, who died June 16, 1908. examiners. He was county lit represented

|was a sister of his former wife, born medical In:.Toonibea county, Georgia. the Banks and Loans Committee-e64, Total ___________________ITO vrowd and It will is be expected in attendance that a 111
I to this amount for these operations.A large
union were born five of Key- LEGISLATION
Larson OF S
Edwin REVIEW
J. .
Senator la certain to develop championed the measure and was at all of the exercises because of \
controversy
all
pen of whom survive him: and
stone Heights, represents Clay the I on. the administration .Bond able to gain a defeat of numerous Forsyth Loses FightTo the general Interest aroused.Young .
Ilaker counties. He Is co-sponsor Among the bills passed by 1den swingIng -
( commission ,bill. It Is amendments, several< Young Embry
Continued Refunding
first twc
4.) Mann. the
on Senator
page with during
of the measure legislature predicted that this will not be settled of votes from one roll call to -

weeks of the session state-wide which importance might-I until late In the session, or at another being pleasing to the sponsors Vasco Forsyth, local boxer, t1
of
|emorial Service Women's Club be considered are briefly: An act to eliminate least not until all other adminis- of the measure. The House Tuesday night lost a decision to Man Killed
Little had
of poll taxes aa i tration measures have been disposed took the action after It received Young Embry. Tampa welterweight \

Will Sponsor ShowThe the payment of.Other late last week, a special in the Gainesville City Club
in special elections
vote
Co Be a requisite an act to to extend the time bills of major Importance, message from Governor Sholtz: arena. Near Baker CourtState's J
; bill anda
Next Week the of the
Little Women's Club will for tax payments; and the reenactment and In which there Is widespread urging passage would According to the Gainesville Sun
which
"Hello Every the redistrictIng companion measure Forsyth, while out-boxed took everything -
sponsor the picture of the seven cent gasoline public Interest are:
'
I to be shown at the Ritz ben signed by of judicial circuits: abolish- permit the State banks to Issue Embry had and still i
All have
body tax law. liabil Attorney Crew. Tell Of "
stock, bearing no
rtntendent, Chapman Will Be Theatre on Monday. April 24, matinee Sholtz. A number o( ment of fees and substitution of preferred struggled gamely to land the
Governor The At Macdenny
Speakert Crosby Lake and night show. minor and local bills have also been straight salaries for public officials. ity. In re-organization Introduced simultaneously efforts. knockout punch for which he Is Killing Wexlnmulay /I .II

Exercises The picture, "Hello Everybody"la The school bill is causing widespread bills were noted.In .
'I
passed. In both branches of the legis- rounds of the -
outstanding pictures comment. The public In I the closing
one of the Much Interest Is being shown In session at. the Ben Rlgdon 24, was shot and
ader the auspices of the W. t. of the year. It will be precededby the appropriations bill and Its Is general seems Inclined to back up lature early In announced the at that 'fight both of Forsyth's eyes began killed almost In the shadow of thu I
Its by local In bin for a request It was closing and he was practically- :
Chapter program
attractive program the
. United will governor
an fight
Daughters real
that a J. M. Lee. courthouse In Macclenny
ie will be showna predicted of Florida's time of Comptroller able to see at the final bell.
r Confederacy, there will be talent. In addition when this reaches the floor complete reorganization and Davis,
Wesley
also an-
day.
It
develop based, was at 153 and
> They are In
rlal reelsThe school system. Opposition Forsyth weighed
Day exercises on Wed- Paramount news the House and Senate. Friendsof pubUc Federal laws relating brother-in-law, was placed
of the
nounced
on
Wednea"j"j
goingto how- 156.
/ developed at
April of the proceds has already Embry
26th at 4 o'clock part state institutions of higher to conservators and the Issuance pending an Investigation.
will beused bill S
.e afternoon, Little Women's Club ever, and it is likely that this t
at the
Crosby Ceme- cabinet to hold books learning are prepared to wage a will occasion considerable debate of preferred stock for possible BOARD GETS MORE MONEV Sheriff Joe Jones of
to buy a battle in opposition to said Davis killed
and determined purchase by the Reconstruction ty
./ Chapman, superintendent used by the club and supplies department reduction of appropriations for before the matter Is settled. Finance Corporation In refi- The Bradford County Board of family argument, and that a cor iI iIoner's
il FlorIda State Prison records for the health I for
Farm, Agricultural had been set 'II
; will also educational purposes. nancing efforts. Public Instruction this week received Inquest
Jle tbe speaker of the day and of P. T. A. The club P. T. A. to are opposed to any plan Bank Bill Pained! A joint Senate committee to State funds "untiug to next Wednesday. '!'

the quartette will sing melodies make a donation to that will effect the work of county administration which the House-approved bills to 153882. According to State's AttorneyA. : .
of
sixties, after which the which they are an auxiliary.The and cut appropriations of Proponents an beer aid S. Crews, who was attending; o
:ea of matinee will be agents measure, which would permit the legalize: and tax 3.2 per cent Superintendent A. J. Griffls 'I.
!Iccora.ted.soldiers l of *" wars win prices and for 10 and SOc for the University Extension work or State comptroller to name conservators and wine In Florida were referredby that he Intended to make another court In Macclenny. the shooting ;:.:.
10 and 25c, Plant Board and Experiment beingadjourned
the court was
t embers of All high school students handicap for banks when, in his opinIon the Senate before that body cash payment to the teachers with occured just as \ :J]
the local .Chapter night show. Stations. It is expectedthat Wed for the day. Col. Crews
tickets from the such a move toward possible takes action on the measures the money ;
.1C are requested to meet at purchasing branches will find heard and
1 at all these night heard four hours of S said that the shots were "'
> admitted for 15c reorganization is necessary were nesday '
house Tuesday.afternoon girl: will be their appropriations cut below lastyear' for and against the COURT NEXT WEEK court officials ran to the scene of -_,!)
from and
tickets this week gained arguments
hree-thlrty successful
to make wreaths matinee only. Buy budget. Many believe the ; the murder and found the dead man ji!

1ecoratlng arke grave. The people club members and help them III recommendations of the budget the measure's votes passage cast with on only the bills.Speakers did not confjne them- County court will convene Tuesday still clutching an open knife with "\\\1.\ '
!LAd' vicinity their work. this regard are too six negative he had "rJ1
. are requested commission in 23 Judge E. K. Perry'man which witnesses say
,
.. April
final roll calL
flowers tied in small In drastic and it is expected the legislature announced this week. threatened Davis.fi' :,
wasted
to be Placed on BOldlen''es. LltUe or nothing is will anow a more liberal 3. M. Sapp, of Bay chairman Of (Continued on pare 4..1 _- .r

the manufacture of augar. "

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD Co.TELE U P STARKE, FLORIDA> FRIDAY\ S

------_---- --- _----- -.._ ...a--- .._ . ._ ---- -- -- .----. .- .. .__ ----- _... tornlL, \ _. -- .- -- -.- ..--. Johns was delivering a most eloquent movie l lot(>t, and' on It I found Elizabeth TilE 'VALVE\ \ { OK "ACOLLKGK-

in I !sermon.. Williams directing a movie.. ( EDl'CATION'
ppring' flowers were arranged
RAIFORDBed the and The scene changes to an attractive Well, hem' was. Dollie Dlnklnfl.!
Gum Branch Heilbronn Springs living dining rooms.A
I I I j contest "Pinning the bonneton 15ii1opE S. JOURNAL little kitchenette where I found making stylish. hats for the social. A college education is of great

Kerce, Cor. Elizabeth Ilarnftjffv" Cor. Mine) .. Tbrlnn. Ilhndrn.. ,. Cor. a Dutch doll," proved an interesting the former Miss Maurice Morgan ly elite, in her exclusive hats shopon value in many ways In fact, It

feature, the bride winningthe I preparing a delicious supper for Park Avenue. is 1 HO< worth-while that anyone who

--- Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Edwards and< prize. The guests were" asked her hubby, Mr. Hall, and awaitinghis Here came an efficient' looking has a chance to go to college' should Strawberry Seaaon Officially End.. H.. M\ McRae and children,
Mrs.
daughter, Lucille, of Starke were!! to write advice and a recipe for __ return from work with eager stenographer, and It was Abble not refuse the opportunity.. A college -
La..t'et"k. \\ Kenult.. of Rain and Mrs. B. M.. JlcRae and little ---
the of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. the bride :Miss Elsie Barry received She anticipation.The Harley. education la beneficial social
guests ; wears
gold-rimmed
Well : specs, help and advice and the hope that Ity to dress well to Marguerite
the curtain has been visiting Edltor.1n-Cblef
pulled daughter, Gwendolyn, were Jones Sunday night. the prize for the best advice. And of all tho necks! 1 globe showed a ship at sea.. Well, well, I saw that Bee Johns Iy. 'When one goes to college, one
will I
and the grand finale has been sung Mrs. J.. A. Harnage and Mrs.\ T. N. 1 KKEPS< MILK< I PURE-Mlaa ; ROOSEVELTs yp,, tlA'fflES)1anaglng they have classes that "Keep Prevatt.
for the last act of this Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas and Little Mary McGauley, sister of Dorothy) C. Doramua.. .S.cufl fl I v---- ''- ............j most DsctScuI.p 551't' sntvI Now the name! Pshaw, no troubleat ahead of the game" in the future.I I I saw a salUn: washing the deck; had broken Into the movies, and i makes contacts and learns how to
year's Norman Wednesday. the bride and Phillis Hazen enter- .. aratary) of' the Manhettan r tseas '- cc I Pr..Idnt of % h EditorREJGE all! I T., Elizabeth:: Williams, being of was that Frank Williams? No, was\ making a huge success.. mix with other peoplo.). In addition
strawberry season here. Miss Gladys Keene and Elizabeth j sons< Fernie and Cecil, all attended Council. Camp.. rire ifi I i'L chttln0 wits Dofl5k' Ory ) RODL"iSOttJtchRnge : I, Malcolm Lewis, do bequeath' sane and sound mind, leave to Idell
church at Saxton Sunday. ed the room, pulling a toy wagon Girls' who,. program... str..sSuIIl n th. 25th AnnIrs5,. Craig ) No. 5 there was Frank up on the bridge, In a smart beautshoppe> I to this, the culture and refine-
The season came to Its official Harnage were the guests of Mrs,. filled with gifts and presented' home and haaltft Improvement .. 1I( Press Club at W.. ''fl.F, to Martha Brownlee my ability to I Clemons my knowledge Chem he was. the captain of the ship. found, Pearl McEachern: who had ment which one receives from a,
close- lasts week, as result of rain P. D. Reddish Monday afternoon.. Dutch and Dan Harley and .. .. I. ahewn examining... the S fl 0, Editor A short one she be- tell current events, and ability to istry.I S far
them to the bride.Refreshments Next I saw an airplane up become) a renowned beautician. college education Is a passport< to
Misses Edna and Ethel Davis all .. with weldedwlreaeal e HARLEY '
that baa been for the past few Mr.. and Mrs. R. Conner and children hocdeet cap Somethln' 'bout like my knee- play football to Norman Johns.I I
}.BBrE Ina Forsyth, leave to Mary
teata closer observanceI
of cake and fruit which) according to in the clouds. On Here came :Mildred Morgan grad the bent circles of society.
at Saxton '
weeks almost continually falling: were the guests of Mr. and attended church Sunday at Columbia University'.. ) \ruth. a mind 'that's as broad as Pearce the "True Pal"
made S Editor I Harmon place as
night. salad were served the following .. the, spread of' bao- I sff- S Literal'. '" Morgan, leave my my I found that the daring aviatrix uating from a unlvtrstty with a A college education ia undoubted
Some growers plan to pick for a Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.Mrs. I Mr.. Crawford of Fort guests: Mrs.. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. L. teria prevente either en, the milk, cap j i t 4 Sop LUCILLE. L.DWARD3,.', 'she's light; ability to spell to Holcomb Over- of 'Seniors. I was Joyce Mast, who was break PhD. degree; my Isn't' she smart.. I ly .of *economic' benefit.. One
while longer, and peddle their P. D. Reddish was the Hamp pourlrg,, aurfaca"' of' th. hot S I ..,* She's polite and clever, street and I, Carol Cain, leave my positionas
visiting Mr.. W. R. A. Brown. Mrs. G. B. Colson, Mrs. welded-wire, ..$0. can. Editor place as academic en- ing the records. The globe showed a school room stands a much better chance ot
fruit to local markets, and along of her slster.l\lrs.\ Leroy Nor- Myers was tie. The S Sport And the best teacher ever!
guest E. C. Mrs.\ A. E. McKinney, brok.n without dttooclon. S trant, to Palmer Williams.I school nurse to) Lula Redgrave. showed at with a cola.
Crawford and last week.A Long, not be CNMAN The crystal a scene and here I found Principal Ina obtaining a poslllonr
the highways.Fine man Sunday.A I family : _______r JOHN Now the name! You'll' surely be I I., Harry Tyson, leave my English
of Williston Mrs. E. B. Redd Mrs. education.. At
Corn large crowd from this section S I, Mac Davis, leave my abilityto I Daytona Beach, where a beauty Forsythe! chastising a naughty lege college onelearns
Early Crop from this section
large crowd M.. P. Matheny, Mrs. Vance Russ, Society Editor: right. papers to Lacy Futch and my abil-- to depend on oneself and becomes -
attended the show at Starke last work geometry to Richard contest was In session. 'Who'' was little boy..
One of as fine a young crops of went to the dance Thursday nightat :: No. 6
MAST to talk to Godwin.I .
Mrs. G. E. McGauley, Mrs. B. F.. JOYCE ity Henry more Independent,
\ Thede and My History work to the young lady who had Just been Basic Sapp, I saw was a home

moon corn that is growing we have on seen the farm In many of E.a Dobbs.the. home of Mr.. and Mrs. Joe week.Miss Hilda Forsyth was 'visiting\ Hazen, Misses Beulah Lewis, Iris _____ t'/\' 5 S__ Class Reportersth A tall one, also- John Andrews, if he can read it.. I, Daisy Tompkins, leave my sarcasm -I chosen Miss Florida? 'Why it was demonstration agent, and she look- Probably the chelf value of
e'k to Lois and Frow
Adklna
., Brown, Elsie Barry, Ozena Green, Jennie Dunn This next in the row- """""""
to .
W. Tompkins a little from the State Farm Saturday.Mr. Grade winning ways Carlleetaol nuuI Oveda Andrews.I ed like a fine one. ..,
ways the
Mrs. Carrie Browning was Mr. and Mrs.. Green :Miss!.! Willie : Canova. With a rare smile the Strickland, that they may divideIt Continued 7..)
Roy Bunnie as warm as (
:! Grade I saw the stage of a New York On the stage of the Metropolitan op page
town between here and the State guest of her parents. Mr.. and Mrs. and Mrs. Freeman Rhoden I, Oveda Andrews, leave my as they wish.I .
Farm. The corn Is already close and daughter, Agnes, spent Sun- Mae Hinson of Starke Phillis Marjorie Stump sun; winning ways to Carlie Faulknerand theatre. A new musical comedywas Cera Company, I found Clyde -
H. I L. Edwards Friday.Mr.
I, Frank Williams leave abil--
Hazen Snyder She's able lass my
neat
to shoulder and Is of the day night with her sister Mrs. and Mary McGauley.THERESSA Grade Louise an curls to Swan- being produced and Daisy Morgan singing an Aria from \
high one and Mrs.. Tate Alvarez were WAS NO ____ a my Dorothy ity to make long "shots" O"IVORka: ,:::-
most promising patches we have, the guests of her parents, Mr. and Frank Robinson. p f'S. THERE RUN! Joan Blon- MAY BE PRCMICR; y !::11 J Grade. Hazel Lennon And Is' her coiffeur class? bom If she will take good care of to the. basket perfect to William Schnell. Tompkins was the leading lady, Faust, who would have thought It'? }

seen for roasting ears so far this Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday. The "4-H club held their regular ,!: S '5 dell, movie beauty., Mateuoka. educated In u a* Joke Editors Well, I'd say! Now come; you them.. was she making a hit? The scent' next I showed< "Ellen NERVEsaq

year.Mr. W.. H. Carter Is spending a whileIn I business meeting at the Heilbronn j $, la aeon funda withdraw.Ing at reopening the Japan's League' fiery of)' Nation", ..,,,mi.bdl?*. CLYDE 1 MORGAN> know this one.. I I., Ivan Hazen, will my place of skip And school to Bobby without Johns getting my ability(caught to Next I found Carol Cain; she Wiggins swimming fast and fur-'
reward, '"' No.7 7 of hos- Oh, she won the race !she's
Is her own become Pr.miir superintendent a large iously. ;
\ Tompkins looking forwardto school house Thursday. Miss Pearl of ''' r, was
Jacksonville with his sister. Mrs. President of Senior class to Nelson
I Abbie of
sane
Harley, being
a real mess of new Irish pota-- Mamie Williams. Jordan gave a very Interestingtalk MI.. .Rhoda. "" 7rl,.ltr, Car. pereonal bank* lEll' SfJlOOL COURSES Now here's one of the girla Faulkner If he will accept it and mind do leave raven tressesto pital and locked very nice In her broken all previous records..
toes in the next two STUDENTS With black, natural curls, my clean white nurses' uniform.At Margaret Williams hadn't'
weeks grownon Albert Williams of Jacksonville, on vegetables in the diet.BROOKER ''IE.\CIIERS\ : my ability to entertain those who Ruth '
his garden spot, and has a nice t'' and And a steady, brisk Instructor she Zeigler. a busy Intersection In New changed much, only she was
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall
was a visitor here Sunday after t.5 t'5 come on Brooker bus to Purvis I, Thornton Johns, leave. my position -
patch of snap beans that are in children of Starke, were visitingMr. S. ; S there Is sufficient de- bel! Hazen.I York, I saw Malcolm Lewis direct- coaching basketball instead of
ted baseball team to Lester
,, full bloom and will be along in the noon.A large crowd from this section and Mrs. M.! Hall Sunday after- Bradford County High If you're' in her class, Schnell.on. Ing the traffic.. He looked some- playing it.
near future. [ has been the cus-- Don't' worry-you'll' pass I, John Inman, leave my winning what thinner, but was still as hand Next I found Hope Haynes gal-
attended services at Union church will| as with the to Lester Austin SENIOR CLASS,
noon.Miss Mable! Blount of Holllster In teacher-traln- If you work. Now tell mewhoIs ways girls some as ever. lantly defending a murder<, case.
Sunday.A Ml.. Vern courses Affixed with Seal this
Gainer, Cor Sa ,
and My day
and to talk fast
.:, Manager Ranee Petty got together returned to her'home Sunday after and courses to she? ability The globe showed, a football She had become one of the lending
,r. his baseball team large crowd of little folks enjoyed view courses : No. SNow clearly to Eldredge Robinson.I April 7, 1933-Harold C. Wall. the .
junior spending! several days here with for third, second, first, field of a large college, who was lawyers of county.
Sunday afternoon and divided it an Easter egg hunt given by Immediately after services at tile friends. ation State special cer-. this one's'' quite plump, I, Essie Sapp, will my positionas Witnesses on this day, April 7, that coach sitting over on the Who was that fine looking business !-

,I into two teams which resulted in Misses Ella. Mae and Hazel Sapp Missionary Baptist Church Sunday Mr. Jasper Bennett is spending a ..sional and I. And if you ever bump Model Girl to Kathryn Haynes.I 1933, by Florence Matthews Mc- bench directing the boys? lie look- man walking down Wall St..

i, an interesting game played on the Sunday.. morning a crowd went to Cooter few days here with his sister. Mrs.C. these courses will be- Into her, you'll' 'know it, my pal! I, Ruth Rowe, will my "cuteness"to Lendon and Leon A.. Gray.. ed familiar; why it was Ivan Ha Oh, it walt Harmon Morgan. We

local diamond with a score of 6-1 -- I Pond and had dinner and an Easter Sullivan. wred, 3 and continue But she is diligent, ; t always knew his brains would get
ionday .April Vera Galney.I
'
In favor of the first team.. egg hunt. Among those who went Miss :Muriel!' Hall of Hampton, with special intensive l And has always sent I I., Maurice Morgan, leave my SENIOR CLASS% PROFIIKCY zen.Why there. was Harry Sapp, him somewhere, I II

'I The boys are a most promising were: Mrs. B. F. Hazen and chll: spent the week-end here with her '\\lav y lfll,May 1st to May 31. Them ahead. Now: no trouble at "Kid" dress to Theo Kelly, and my OF TilE CLASS OF 1933 raising strawberries, and a fine I found Lorle Kelley{ sewing

". bunch of youngsters and with a HAMPTON dren. Mr.. and Mrs. Lucian Hazen I cousin, Miss Elsie Belle Geiger. Cram will be in charge of all. baby> doll to Jessie Mae Dennison.I I crop he had. away industriously.. She had become

few more practices ought to b be and little daughter, Mrs. Myrtl3 Rev. D.. L. Phillips filled his aching and Mrs. By- No. 0 I Genevieve Kenly, leave my One day not very long ago I visited -' Here came an army and guess a famous seamstress' < ami UP TO your ears tn work-
,
A. Gray
>
Mine Ada :Minima Cor. Leon at.. tension.
able to stand their ground against .-I -- McKinney and son, Everette Mr. regular appointment at the Bap-- and possibly other He's a stout scamp- large vocabulary to Kitty Hogsed, ; a fortune teller. This mysterious who was leading It? General Mac could No wonder wife
,. any other neighboring town Junior and Mrs.!,! G.. S. Crotty, Misses Mad- = Perkins, Quite a he-vamp, | person had in his posses- Davis of course. Why here was Ruth Rowe, you snap t at the
tist Church Saturday and Sundayand .. S LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE Luck, assistance is requiredand provided> she will promise to use It, I and bark at the children.
team. Durden Moves\ \ eline and Grace Hazen, Iris Brown, the services were well attended. S S ham of Mr. and Mra., A. Mlkartit, of New, v, at aa And his voice has a drone like a and debating ability to Fred Shaw.. I sion a marvelous crystal globe The scene' changed to a chemi-- teaching a class In physical edu i Watch t out I Overworked'
who each drew necessary.)
,' An Easter egg hunt was given A. A. Durden and family left last Lubedla Plnholster,; Messrs. Eugene There was an all day meetingheld 1 I 5" dollar charity tickets a different of Canadian hone on.nI Army thtir school for pupils of all bee; I, Joyce Mast, do bequeath to I which had the power of revealingthe cal laboratory, and there I found cation.. She looked Just as good. as nor.. **) may lead to Sleeplessness

f' by Mrs. Drew C. Sweat last Sun- Monday for Monticello, where they Long, Artford. Drown Dan Sunday and dinner was spread Navy Veterans Sweepatakea.. They Cr.. met same rates will But from what Is .said, Annie Laura Tucker, "my kidding" things which would take placein Morris Jackson making wonderful Nervous Headache, Neno-

! day afternoon to the members of expect to make their future home. Hazen John Plnholster, Ivan Ha- ,on the ground. After the serviceIn d 5 .5'11111 prlzee married on couple a alnpje In Sacs.S history. both of whom &and at,the May 1st and con- He'll' shove you ahead ways and sarcasm to Elena Prather. -I the dim, dark future. After I discoveries In the scientific world. ever.The last person I I saw< In the oos) Indigestion and a host' of

" the Methodist Sunday school class They will be greatly missed, as zen and Lorle Mott. the afternoon the ladies entertained )Monday weeks coveringup Into the next grade-who is he '? had used a great deal of persuasionhe The globe showed a scene in the crystal globe wasn't' hard to recognize ether' unpleasant'. dlatorban'
at her home bore. A Mr. L. D. Polk and children Mr.. LIIiJ n.-. for eight I Why' don t you try' 1 Dr.>)> Mn."
" large crowdof they have always made their home the young folks with an egg S -. advanced work, No. 10 I, Pearl McEachern, being of finally allowed me to look into wilds of Africa. What, not really ; It was Genevieve, designing Effervescent Nervine Tablcur,
work
,
young folks were there to ent here, and are noteworthy citizens.H. E. S. Polk, Misses Thelma, Fay, MODERN MINNEHAHAl When Me.eielland f The next is plain fat- this globe.. The scenes which appeared John Inman. Yes, he was stalk- smart clothes for lovely ladles
5 of surplus eC
will In half
hunt.The Barclay, famoua Illustrator anr I ff for college entrance ex- sane mind do part my Jut on* a glass
Joy the hunt. V. Saxon, has purchased the and Mildred Stokes, and Elvie children of the communitywere sculptor heard that Lee Wiley.. wh ;nj scholarship examina-- You yourself know that! weight to Lois Long. in the crystal were so very Ing big game, lions, tigers, and to wear.. Well, I wasn't' disappointed water makes a pleasant, spark'"

t L. Several of the young men from store formerly operated by :Mr.. Mann, Messrs. Henry Stokes Col-- entertained Saturday after- deep R.smam', throated'. muso einaing, on le th.heard Pond's with' i 'i' $ 5 .' ions academic,, contests.. And she puts on a scowl that I, Clyde Morgan, will to Bunnie I II gratifying that I believe you Juniors such monstrosities.I my ambitions had been fulfill Una drink dellghtfull? soothing
here
and
accepted Jobs with a firm in Durden and will this week. man Dees, Truby Hodge Ralph I as well the Seniors will be I throne In beau- orar-taxed'
ppen up noon at the Christian church withan prograni. was 0? ndIafl decent. in of means biz; Canova secret of keeping as saw a room a ed.. to nerve
; lake City that Is constructing Mott, Arch Mann attended an Easter decsdsd ahi was Just the typs he nt. : ion are Interested any my Interested In Dr. Muss' Nerrme .b now
Mrs. O. L. Harrison and daughters Easter egg hunt.. There was And, among other things, ; hearing about them. tiful palace. Having married the After seeing all of these fine careers -
i brick hunt Sc, a special Study. Mss, Wiley C ,f r< other phases of education slender. .la.. f forma' .....Liquid andffsrvs.eent
buildings there. at New River Sun. or WIde two
Edna, Eleanor and Caroline egg < I The first scene that appearedIn of Jazzmanla Lucile Edwards In store for classmates, -
fl one hundred and six eggs hidden born on an Oklahoma r..ervation WI. '- ", Leon That lady's voice rings I Lorle leave position king my I
to Kelly my
,
e Mrs. \ send work i Tablet. BotJa..kavr
J. .
'. Blanche, Mrs.R. Cason, and daughter, and Mrs. P. B. Hunt attended an day. and the children had a delightful her tether taught chooS. 5.. 4"i,.,' .',j"i .... ''ay tlt Principal or Bradford. CoungH -I Now come on and state who she Is. I I as test tube washer to Carolyn I the crystal was a night club in our old classmate, was sitting on I about all I could do was to hope tb Mm. > seething; effect.
Riley Prlgeon. Mrs. Easter egg hunt at Ocala last Sun- time hunting for them. DEPRESSION CHARIOT" eEl "AXESI ( No. 11 South America; as I looked more the throne In regal splendor, My I that each of them would come store.
at' drag )
$$1.00
" Eddy Murphy and Miss Henreltta Not ao comfortable, but you get tr .me-. r School, Starke, Florida. Hutto.I .. .. I II your
Hunter Egg Hunt The closely I saw Okie Hinson, dressedIn but she looked "swell"" In that : true and that each and girl .
day.Mrs. C. U. entertained the community and tax-freel Seven-cent gaaolmeaive ..p.n.. t ''I! 5 :- Our last lady's small- I, Dome Dinkins. do bequeath to; boy '.
,.' Dowling were In Lake City Sat- W. P. Dirt and daughter, Mr.. and Mrs. A.. L. Greene gavean with an Easter program license, fees. force North C :, .n.to "awh'ch I Nice, slim, not tall.. Arwood ability to typerapidly. I a. beautiful flowered dress and gown. I would find not only success, but OJ.Mtl..t/' $. I
.. S WHO I George my
: urday. afternoon shopping.Mr. Miss Florabelle of Alachua county Easter egg hunt Sunday after, given at the Christian church Sunday but convert decreases the flivver etate Into revenuea.a "chariot 80come p tS t\ S |S..FACILTY'S: WHO'S And as shapely as will meet the ; flowing lace mantilla, dancing with Here I saw a politician givinga also happiness. e llMfIi.tq'Ct!.' I

and Mrs. A. T. Redd and were visiting here this week. noon. evening at 8 o'clock.' A large S from SrotorIs. S.-5C4aC. ,__ ..--... _..-S ....- eye; I II I some handsome sheik. long winded speech. lie was running -Genevieve Kenly.{ / (

family were in Jacksonville Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. }Kammorer, Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.R. crowd attended and we hope everyone (By Lester Austin) No, that's' all you need, I, Margaret Williams, leave my I. As this picture faded the crystal for governor. Guess who It : { .

Jiy: J. and R. had dinner with relatives.. returned from South Florida this H. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Jack enjoyed it. CROP REPORT completed by the middle of April. May 10 and In the Leesburg-s M, No.1 1 1C 1jj If that Info you'll' heed, stature to Joe Shuford and to Thel-my-I'I showed the interior of a church on was? It was Harry Tyson. j Philadelphia Is the premier cityof .t,10U q I

, was here Browning several of Jacksonville' week, where they have visited Chaff, Mrs. F. L. Colson, Mr. and An old fashioned square dance Oats are rather poor as a result' about 10 days later.-. -H, A.. 11 1 jj a I tall stately chap, .To Identify this lassie-good-bye! Business Arithmetic paper a Sunday morning. Thornton The next scene was a Hollywood homes In America. .

days ago visiting Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children, Mr. was given at the home of Mr. and LOOKS BETTERPresent command carries snap, ma Priest.I I
! his sister. Mrs. O. M. Alvarez.. ...",,. of rust damage. Pasture is Improving Agricultural StatisticIan.. -- -
, and Mrs. Johnnie and -- -
-- -- other Douglass Mrs. W. A. Jones humorous, Jackson do leave to -
points of Interest. Wednesday eve- irt I courteous, he's SENIOR CLASS WILL I, Morris :
Mr.. and Mrs. "Red" Bordeauxleft Axel Olson and sister, Mrs. Ad- children.. Mr.. and Mrs. T. W. Mar- ning. A large crowd attended and and while the replanted SIt and true; CLASS OF 1933 Gratton Cooper my ""kid day" out- T- ___ :_ -- -----.

here Sunday afternoon for Otter alia Omstead, returned to their key, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Surrency, all reported a very nice time. Outlook I III Said To Be condition,!! of 74.. Is below the 1924- took ages for the cam: [s sgota head there fit. May he look as good and as
Creek
B. Brooks to make has returned their home.S. to. homes in Tolland, Connecticut. last Mrs. .J. E. demons and daughter,, Improved' Over Last 30 average of 82 percent, It is adapt itself to the desert. l..11 like to bear; We, the members of the class of young as I did.I .
his Year
home here after Friday, after a five month's' stayin May, and grandchildren.. Jenniemae J above the 1932 of 66 percent Ton know him as well as I Ida 1933, of Bradford High School being I, Lucille Edwards, leave my
average
spending several
-
and
Florida. Randolph Quarrels, Mr. and Seniors of sound mind and position as Literary editor to Lou-

was months In Jacksonville where he Mrs. J. L. Coke .of Gainesville, Mrs.. Rahn and two sons, and GRAHAM The present outlook for Florida Planting of bright tobaccois No,2 2 2S memory realizing that our high ise Jackson, and to Clifford Hazen

employed by a.dry goods com daughter of Worthington Springs, is about completed and setting of Say it with Flowe end to blush to add to his.I .
spent last Sunday with her mother crops for the coming season 's S a low, chunky guy school life is approaching an my ability
Mla Ellen Jiahmmom, Cor.
pany.Mr.. and Mrs.\ E. W. Tompkins Mrs. Minnie Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Greene and better than a year ago. Tempera- the shade tobacco will be about' .a. sharp, beady eye, and desiring to leave a few remembrances I, Hope Haynes, leave to Dorothy S.
children, Mr. Walt Davis and
and family were in Lake City Sun- G. A. Rays was a business visitor Zelma. Thomas of Gainesville, Miss Miss Mrs. Aileen Padgett and little tures during March were favorablefor completed by April 15: with both Flowers For All [a figure for which we boys to our fellow students and Ritch my ability to get out of I Names You Should Know

day visiting relatives and friends. to Waldo this week. farm work and for the growthof plants and moisture supply much long; teachers of B. H. S. do make, ordain school. .
EHIe Leona Thomas :Miss of Plant visit- I
RIva daughter, City, are
Messrs. E. B. Andrews, John Rev. G. E. McGauley will preachat and Nettle Parrish crops and while there was a deficiency better than a year ago. matter what's' said, and publish this our Last I I., Mildred Morgan, being of sane
Miss Mildred ing relatives here. OccasionsGERTRUDE to
mouth"
Dowling and Red Kerce were in the Baptist church next Sunday of moisture In some sections Shipments of winter vegetables >t kid knows his ed. Will and Testament. mind do leave my "big I
and Tommie Colson. Mr. Carlton, Mr. A. Youngblood and familyof '
Valdosta, Ga., last Thursday. 'Mr. morning and evening.Mrs. Miss Melba Ree and at the close of the month from Florida. is about over includ-- him;, man, you can't' go To the Freshman class, of this Beatrice Miner and "A's" In His-
Mr. Waldo Mr.
: Hodge, Charlie were visiting
Dowllng while there purchased J. P. Sullivan has returnedto Parley Misses Wllene, Juanita, Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough Sunday. conditions were generally better ing the record crop of strawberries. wrong>! year and Soph. of next, we bequeath tory to Pauline Priest in the hope. I

some livestock. her home here after a visit with Jeanette than a year ago. Planting of staple While the potato acreage is CODBETANDERSON No. S the- hope that they may she will pass. next year. I
Mary and Edwin Mc- Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsand '
Miss Minnie Alvarez was in her sons, A. L. and Cleveland Sullivan Gauley. Miss Ozena and Mr.. Rus- children. spent Sunday with crops were further advanced and I below that of last year, the cropis :'1 a neat, cheery sass, sometime be Seniors. I, Okie Hinson baseball, leave my to ability Alta II I

Jacksonville over the week-end of Theressa. sell Greene, Miss Nevada Renfroe Mrs. Mr. and pastures In better condition. Citrus In much better condition, with d Is her raiment class? To the Sophomores of this year to "catch" in
Reynolds' parents,
visiting friends and section Phone 39 Waldo, Fli and Juniors of next, we leave our Rhame and my sunny dispositionto
and relatives. She of Providence and Joe Greene. Mrs. Thomas of Zlff. trees are In better condition digging in the Hastings you'd think that from Paris

also was a former resident of that There is a substantial Increased Recent Bride Honored Messrs. Claude Dempsey and have shown a good bloom In all already well under way. Toma-- she came! ability to raise money for a. Jun Marjorie Stump, to blue help Mon-her You like to know names that everybody knows-name of I II
demand for such Truck Manatee and the a ior-Senior banquet and the wor-- keep things bright on ,
city.John household appli-- Complimenting a recent bride, Joe Call were visitors to Starke sections of the state. crops toes from county madam Is blonde S

McCormick and Irvin Bar ances as washing machines, (of)f Mrs. Roy Green, who to her have Improved during March and Lake section will be moving In volume BOREE & GIDDEN 1 of teaching. she's' fond; ries that accompany it. day's.I the who
prior of
rett were business visitors to Lake which sales in February were the marriage April 6 6., was Miss Theo Tuesday.Services were held at the Baptist are in much better condition thana by the middle of April. Watermelon FUNERAL. DIRECTOR' can the do it! Now for the To the Juniors of this year and I, Ellen Wiggins Mildred, Dinkins.I leave my. pop- I tiii: 5- the man who tied lightning to a kite; name man

:Butler Saturday afternoon. 'best In five months. In Central and same. Seniors of next, we give and be- ularity to
McGauley, Mrs. T. W. and church year ago.. plantings Casket Room. Neal, IH< ''S.
Markey Rev. F. M. I Display
Sunday by Tay-- leave to A. E.
-- Mrs. :M. P. Matheny entertainedwith lor of Hampton.Mr. There has been considerable replanting -! South Florida are about like last At* Uenartfa WarehoeM. No.4 4 4II 4tall queath our Senior privileges, both I, Harry Sapp, I I11 watched a tea-kettle and went out and made an engine.
It was widely said during re-- I but much lighter In the LICENSED BMBALMEB"AaabejUsiee U one she those we had and those we wished Wall my knowledge of geography,
Twenty-two states west of the year are be-
miscellaneous of
a shower, at and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of of corn as a result ,
fu
I it in the -
-cent weeks that the best sign of Mlssfppt represent $30.4" per cent the home of Mrs. Markey Wednesday Starke attended church here Sun-I local heavy rains in Northwest 'I more Northern sections. Shipping Read. Phone rvlrt"Alware !tMSB aethin'' ''bout like a tree- for.To. provided he will use S Just knowing such names gives you pleasure. .
I .1II -
the hour was upping public Con- of the U. S. will begin In South Florida about a heart just she's' Mr.. Gray and faculty, we ture. 5II1
fidence. Now we find evidences I population. afternoon of last week. Lovely day. Florida. but planting will be nearly I to 91 Riverside.. ATJ. J J.ckH tall; as big as leave our appreciation*" for theii r I, Beatrice Johns, leave my abll-


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CON WEEKS DIES TUESDAY SQUARE DANCE visions I or a measure Introduced In'',r -

'ci&f NIGHT t WAS NINETY-FIVE The American-Legion Auxiliary the House; Monday afternoon.The I Hectic Living"!f Modern Woman is Blamed 1


(Continued from page 1.) Is sponsoring a round and square Senate of the Florida Legislature

dancing contest at the Legion Hall l Wednesday, passed by a for Many of F the Present Day Beauty Problem!

One son, R. A. Weeks of Brooker: Friday night. Prizes are to be vote of 36 o 0, a chain store tax !

W. M. U. TO MEET and four daughters. Mrs. W. L. awarded to the best dancing couple. bill fixing a tax ranging from $S ,

Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and Music will be furnished by the for one store to $800 per store for! Dry Skin Linked to Nerv- dMq ,
The Baptist ,W. M. U. will hold Mrs J. E. Wilson, all of Starke, I Orange Grove String Band. Come chains operating more than sev 1 '

I their regular program and business and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville; I and help us help the needy ones. enty-five stores. ousness and the Lack ,of 4; :' \ .

: meeting Monday afternoon at also one foster son, W. G. Proper Nourishment.By 'b

3:30 o'clock at the church. All fellow of Starke. He is Strlng-j CARt OF THANKS The bilL! by Senator G. Frank ,

members are urged to be present ereRt-BTandchild.by nine grand-children I Andrews, Greenville, follows the V. VTVAUDOU

We wish' to express deep appreciation wording of the Indian chain store Consultant, National Beauty Inttltutf
JUtlDGE PARTY Col. Weeks was a Mason and _ _
for tax law
the many acts of kind- which, it was announcedby
served the Bradford The beetle Ting in which 10 _
County Lodgeas
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ness and expression of smypatby the sponsor of the Florida bill,
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Sam its treasurer for twentyfiveyears many of oar women of all age are
during the illness and death of haa been held conjtitutional by the
.AnJereon entertained members of ; he was an active member of Mrs. Laura Davis. Supreme Court of the United now indulging U having a fery pronounced -,

her bridge club'at her home. the Baptist church and contributed Mrs. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. States. effect. 1 bare found on )

Vaaes of amaryllis lilies Intermingled liberally to Its support; he was an _.... I _ tbelr beauty _
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with fern were used by the interested member of the J. J I No. 275: : by Senator Mann-Directing ( problems. By ________ _

hostess in decorating her home for, Dickerson Camp, United C:>l1ted- HOUSE BURNS DOWN the board of county commissioners "hectic living";
erate Veterans of which I do not refereJlcluslvel
this Informal affair. The afternoon I organization the tax collectors and
passed pleasantly In playing con- be was commander at the timeof Thursday night of last week a clerk of the circuit court of all to *

tract bridge and at the tea hour his death. The W. T. Weeks frame house belonging to John counties having a population of not "fast living; to __

the guests enjoyed a sweet course. Chapter, U. D. C., of Bradford Uglow and located on Highway 28 less than 6,000 and not more than :; f parties, or to

The guests were: Mrs. A. W. Anderson County, Is named for him in recognition just beyond Alligator Creek burned 10,000 to accept and exchange _'" dissipations of I

Mrs. Nellie Martinez Mrs. of his distinguished war ser to the ground. The house had bonds or Interest coupons or other _ one kind or another 4' ''4/, ii_ -'
W. C. Manning Mrs. R. E. Weaver, vice. been> occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Per- obligations at par in the redemption It also "- _ _
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:Mrs. W. II. Andrews and Mrs. O. Funeral Srrvlfm l. ry Kite, but they were not at homeat : of lands from tax sales and in Includes the _ ;:: v _ "

:A. Wiggins Funeral services for this beloved the time of the fire. I payment 0 f taxes due to the rush of everyday "%, _' _

citizen were! held Thursday after- None of the household goodswas I same or In part payment of all cur- affairs, the ____

} HUNSIIINE JUNIOR CHICLE noon at 3:30: o'clock from the saved. The loss was partly rent taxes except that part due to _ speed which

) First Baptist church here. Rev. covered by insurance. the State of Florida. To local cal- V. Vlvaudou. every one de-
( Junior Circle No. 32 was entertained Thomas Hansen of the First Baptist 0 endar. 01 aDd a, tworries b e _

t, by the Junior Supervisor, Church. Jacksonville, officiated LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS and cares of,borne management
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:Mrs. Darner Silcox, Thursday of and was assisted Rev. W. C. or office duties- and sometimesboth.
by II No. 350: Bawls of Alachua; Register
Jast week. An Easter egg hunt I Stith and Dr. Geo. II Lowry. (Continued from page 1.) of Union and, and Butler of I .
t :was the main event after several Interment took place in Crosby One of thr chief problems that
I Bralford-For the relief Luke
and taxation
elves to the legalization -
games. Lake Cemetery in charge of the Drawdy. To Claims. this hectic living baa created Is the :
bills before the Senate at this
The winner of the egg.palntlng Bradford County Masonic Lodge.As problem of dry skins. It wasn'tmanl

.t i (contest: waa Sharon Hall. In another at tribute to Col. Weeks' Inter- time but discussed prohibition No. 331; Butler of Bradford-To years ago that oily skins were
contest the first winner questions from all angles. Applauseand In the majority and ztt
was ?
f est in military activities, the National women were
booes of the Chapter 1S972, Acts of 1931, relating .
It Garneda Hutto; second Elsie Guard unit located here fired punctuated many to compensation of Bradford frantically endeavoring to be relieved -
Oreen; third, W. L. Thigpen. a salute and sounded taps over addresses.The of excessive oIL By wise eating
County tax assessor and tax
After the games the members the grave at the conclusion of the committee took no action colelctor. To local calendar. habits and the use of astringent Peggy Shannon Puts Finishing Touch On Her Make-up BeFoi,
,, went to the park where seventy-I ceremonies. tonight. It announced It would lotion that problem was largely Plunging Into the Briny Deep
I meet Thursday at 4 m. to consider -
J lour beautifully decorated p. solved
eggs Active his six
f hidden. pallbearers were the bills. It allowed each Personnel< of Legislature nourishment Of course, advancingage I Is merely a brisk doll .
were But IK
grandsons:' H. C. Wall, Dr. J W, nowadays there are three aj
Juniors enjoying the afternoon side the same total time for debate While lawyers predominate as of brings a certain drying out proc all means be careful i, the
women complaining
Brownlee dry skin for
Milton BroWnlee Jr.. A.
wets and in members of the 1933 it ess of the oils that lubricate but tion of foods.
and called drys legislature, ;
; were: S. L. Alvarez, Edwin William E. Wall, Jr., S. T. Dell, Gainesvilleand upon every woman whose skin la exces
Julian alternate order throughout the Is Interesting to note that other Interests I ;younger women are encountering Oily foodstuffs, suci
$ Grlffls, O. P. Hutto, W. T. Weeks, Miami. blvely oily. Assuming that they use as c
,' :E. L., Grlffis W. L. Thlgpen, Mil Honorary pallbearers were) N. lengthy hearing. are well represented. A cosmetics of high quality and fine dry skins Just about as frequentlyas and butter and olive oil are oflj
their older sisters.
dred and Edgar Thigpen, Joe English D. Wainwright, W. J. Epperson, L. careful tabulation reveals that the texture, the .trouble .la not causedby If tlcular benefit in relieving the,
7 Lilly May Clark, Gerald Grit- Bill Would Retire Bond combined membership of the House your skin Is excessively; dry It skin complaints. Your nerves |
powders lotion
C. Powell or Instead it
J. M. Alvarez J. K.
fis, Esther English, Minnie Lee If House Bill 30 does not strike and Senate have sixty listed under Is caused In Is a sate bet that It's a toning; down a certain amount of fat padillij
virtually
Klckllter, C. A. Knight, A. E. Wall, every case by of
English, Sharon Hall, Garneda a snag in the Senate it may soon the classification of lawyer. Ten the tensity of modern life highly strung nerves that you protect them from exposure I
Sr., H. L. Brownlee, L. A. Davis,
:Hutto, Bill, ,Jimmie, Lovlana and be possible for counties to, retire are real estate men four are phys- most seriously require. This-and skin's surface. Don't work .ol
,v Geo. A. Gardiner T. J. Griffin J. Dry skin almost always can be
the
pursuance of a diet. and
'v Leslie GriffIn, Freddie Wimberly, bonds by purchase of the securities icians, seventeen farmers, four naval proper long in your attempts tj
L. Frazee, J. M. Mitchell, G. W. linked with a certain degree of Get
more sleep early In the night quire
a girlish
and Elsie Green. In the open market at pres- stores operators, six citrus ; figure that youl
Alderman, J. 'W. Andrews, Dr._ W. nervousness and frequently it can see to It that
ent-day prices. fruit growers, five bankers, three yon get ample exercise your complexion. It simply tj
4 E. MIddleton, A. M. Darby E. S. l be attributed to lack of In the
out-of-doors
4. .' STARKE HOTEL This measure, which was Introduced publishersand one each of the proper even It Itt pay, either In beauty or bealtl
Matthews, J. W. Morgan, W. W.
in the House by A. O. Kan- following, railway conductor, dentist ,
Baisden, A. S. Crews, A. J. Grit- <>
Recent guests at the Starke Ho- ncr of Martin and which quickly hotel man, automobile dealer, boys shine streamed The railroads' net profit It]
tel were: Mr. James L. Hurtz, Los fis, D. E. Knight Judge A V. received the approval of the lower school teacher, minister, oil company Could have such fun as this.iii Till his bait got low in the can. preci&bly below the 1932 I
Long, Judge D. B. Hiers, Evans
f Angeles, Calif.: Mr. Joseph L. Karr Halle, J. M. Tison, Dr. J. H. Col- house, Is considered by many tobe agent, merchant, druggist, He found a deep shady nook There was catfish, suckers and which waa extremely low )
:New Orleans, La.; Mr. W. R. Tyr- one of the real economy measures building contractor salesman, engineer Right on the bank of the creek hope is placed in the working!
minnows
son, T. W. Fielding Dr. J. M. Dell, ; ,
:rell, Jacksonville; J. C. Jessup, of this session. It is now inthe insurance, loans, seed dealer The water of the administration's railj
all of Gainesville: Judge J. B. Whit- was deep and his hook And mother was waiting at home,
,! Uacksonvlle; Jack Wilkins, Maurice hands of Senate's JudiciaryB" manager manufacturing plant, program.
I Went down where the catfish
field of Tallahassee, and J. L. Mat sleep. To fry them BO crisp for dinnerSo
Coward Savannah accountant and
.J. Ga.; Mr. J. committee.The dairyman.
thews of Alachua. back he went with .
a
: IV. Curry, Chicago, Dl.j: Mr. Robert bill provides for allocationof Sixty-one members are native- On the grassy bank, 'on the' other song.NOTICE /

: Gillespl, Knoxville, Tenn.; Mr. W. three cents of the gas tax for born Floridians. Twenty-five are I Bide 0

,; Jt-Rainey, Orlando Mr. J. a. Hall, COLORED MAN KILLED use In purchasing county bonds at natives of Georgia. Five were bornin 'Great purple violets grew. the nesfl

')j Orlando; :Mr. R. L. Walker, Jacksonville the market price at the discretionof North Carolina, four in Virginia, The creek SendSl.for
below wide
; Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Douglas Ed Chandler, colored resident of the various boards of county four' In South Carolina, two in Ken The air sweet-the was In the United State District Court, of|

Radford, Mass.; Mrs. J. N. Lawtey, fell from a railroad motorcar commle loners. Heretofore, the tucky. Th., following states and'oreign blue.was sky was,_ Southern nankruptcy. District, Caee No.ot 440B.Florida. In

.Towers, Miss Mary Towers, Mr. Monday, and later died in funds so received were used for countries are listed as the In He: Joaeph Lewis Harrell, Bank THEAtlantic

.K, Chaa, J. Towers, Hudson, N. Y.; Starke of injuries received. The accident retirement of interest coupons as Birthplace of one each: Illinois, The birds above, in the tree tops cO rupt, of awtey Bradford., Florida, in the I

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Steffy, occurred between Highland they became due, which In no way Tennessee West Indies, Missouri, The mockingbird, and thrush fceotl!is hereby given that the Monthly \
Elizabeth, Pa.; Mr. K. C. White, and Lawtey and it is not known reduced the bonded indebtedness. Texas, Mississippi, Vermont, West brown- so above named bankrupt woh was adjudicated
read
most of
Make the
on December 27, 1982. ha. your
; Plant City; Mr. W. B. Sparkman, what caused him to fall from the It! the new bill becomes a law and Virginia, New Jersey, Ohio, Arkansas He looked and listened and forgot filed application for discharge from hours. Enjoy the wit, the '

V Plant City; Mr. and Mrs. T. W car. county boards elect to use the Pcnnyslvanla, Louisiana, Till he felt his all debt provable against said bank-
pole pull down. rupt such a. dom, the companionship,
except are exoepted by
,f Ensworth, Waterford, Pa.; Mrs. funds there will be a material reaction Maryland, Scotland, France, and law from such discharge and that a charm that have made the Al
:r \, :John Maxwell, Mrs. Estelle Jones, MARRIAGE LICENSES d in county debt. England. hearing will be had before the undersigned fli I
He jerked the pole in the air Referee on May tt, 1939 LANTIC. for seventy -
;
:; :Mr. Roy Ring, Oneida, N. Y.| Mr. These Interesting tabulationswere ''at
.1 10 o'clock A. M., at hi. office, years, America's most quot!|
J. and Mrs. Donald Nichols and children -: The following marriage licenses! Will Veto Sale Tax made// by Alexander and Over his head went the,,1Ish. 805 Graham Building" Jacksonville cherished

,' New York City; Mr. and Mrs. were Issued this week by County Standing firm on the administration Wheeler, publishers of a legislative He sprang up; took. It"Off'with Florida pel-ions, In and interest all creditor.are hereby and other notified and most magaziJI

( Robert Mongold Denver, Col.; C. Judge E. K. 'ferryman: policy of "No new sourcesof directory Issued in Tallahassee, en- care- to then and there show cause If Send '1. (mentioning this i a

t, x... Stockwell, Jacksonville. Joe Easton and Mary Ester revenue" Governor Sholtz titled, "Who, Which and Why in It was large around as his wrist. any aid they petitioner have,should why the not prayer be granted of to

J Gary. frowned upon the proposed tax on the 1933..Legislative Session." -
,
f Canova's Were Heard John Luther Bailey and Virginia cigars and cigarettes, stating that 0 So lulled by nature, he dreamedOf Date.; Jacksonville, Florida April The Atlantic Monthly, 8 Aril
: Louise Gable. 13, 1K33.>>
should such the '
a measure pass ton St. Boston
what he would do, when ,
"THE COUNTRY BOY"fr a man.
t. *, ._. On Vallee'8 Program William M. Myers and Florence legislature he would promptly veto. While through the leaves the sun- MORGAN F. JONES.
Sanford.
It. Referee In Bankruptcy.
;( (By Mrs. W. F. Boulware)
Local radio fans were Interested Representative M. M..Andrews of .
N '
.(t In hearing Anna, Julia and Leo Ca- LOCAL FARMERS SLOWIN Holmes county, introduced a bill Just a morning bright with sun

.h :nova, former residents of Starke, MAKING CROP LOANS In the House calling for a 20 percents shIneSparkling III

.: ,r who appeared on Rudy Vallee's sales tax on cigars and clga- with the dew;

iL_ .program: at eight o'clock Thursday The attention of farmers of this rettes. A morning in the spring time, I Get Your Tickets For"JUBILEE"

," 1i.; :night, April 20. section is called to the fact that The governor;Js opposed to a On Joy wings the butterflies flew. Early ..
", The three Canova's, two sisters while no definite date has been set general sales tax or specialized

EI and their brother have bill for the of for his state-
a billy closing applications sales taxes. He repeated Violets bloomed in shady nooks;
:'t:; sketch which has been going over crop loans, It is expected that the ment given In his message at the Bees droned on flowers gay;'

_, !1. big in the North where they have deadline will be within the next opening of the legislature, that adjustment Cows drank in babbling brooks;

'j been appearing l in vaudeville and few weeks.J. of the public bond question This lovely,,morning In May.
,;\ night club.. C. Fokes, of the crop production and economy in state and local -

,r F Starke people will remember Anna loan office, said this \week governments will eliminate all
The care-free boy came over the
.o' for her piano playing, Leo as that Br&dtord County farmers peed of new and heavier taxes. hill

''e a baritone soloist and Julia, who have been slow in applying for I I -
e With bright-eye and rosy cheek.A .
:*, Jb w developed into a real blues loans. Not more than fifteen have Hold I'p Certificate -
fish pole..over his shoulder A MUSICAL COMEDY PRESENTED BY
Ii' I 'mger. filled out applications to date. I The House last week passed 88
On his way to fish in the creek.
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to 1, the Senate bill to hold up sale


J: t .Andthe Worst is Yet to CometY of close tax of certificates the legislature until after and sent,the When What he cared could he,sit for on city a bank Joys-and "BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA"Troop

the measure to''Governor Sholtz fish
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: ?> ; for approval or disapprovaL' As he whirled, lie wished that city
-- The house also passed 69 to 23,

a bill by Rep. Kanner. Martin to
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1 authorize the state board of administration 70 of Starke Florida

: to use revenue from FLORIDA ,

the state gasoline tax to buy county ]
t @l'i" < and district road and bridge THEATRE

tends.
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Amendments- GAINESVILLE, FLA. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


I.: The House Committee on Con- PROGRAM WEEK APRIL 20 E. L. Matthews Leon A. Gray

.1 stitutional Amendments, has re-
: trr >orted a committee substitute for THURSDAY & FRiDAY Judge E. K. Perryman A. J. ThomasDr.

four resolutions calling for aboli- WALTER IIUSTOS-

tlon of Justices of the peace and In W. Middleton

constables. "GABRIEL OVER TUB WIIITE
r Another proposal for amend- HOUSE"
,I% ment reported favorably would
PATRONS
AND PATRONESSES
i. /V:1X g I I N. combine the offices of county tax SATURDAY (Ou fie! Stage)
: assessor and collector, while a third
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RAY NELL'S REVUEOn ,
V would provide that indictmentsmay Mr. E. C. Priset Gulf
( the Screen) Refining CompanyMr.
be returned without waitingfor

I'. : a session of the grand jury. '20,000 YEARS'* With IV SING SING E. L. Matthews, Bradford County Telegraph


Penalty Abolished SPENCER TRACY AND Mr. B. Jacobs, J. & R. Store
BETTE DAVIS
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\ ;;;: :::-: I .. z Abolishment of the 23 per cent
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Mr. A. B. Williams Cafe
penalty for failure to purchase an MONDAY (On the Stage) Magnolia

., i February automobile 1, was license voted tag by prior the Senate to An entirely Different Show r '%:: *. Mrs. L. A. Davis Dr. E. L. BiggsAUDITORIUM

of the Florida Legislature "KNICK KNACK REVUE"On '

2'. Tuesday, and the bill now goes to ( the Screen> ) .--P


," ; f. I. House ture.Governor bill The Dave Identical Senate Sholta in approved terms for signa-witha the """PAST JOHN WORKERS"GILBERTIn I Play Will Be,11iiti1OOL A rn Zg Jt1. At


Senate measure passed several I f..
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,,: ::: t.t'f a. days ago, by a, vote of 32 to 4. TUESDAY, II WEDNESDAY A --

\Jo. THE WHITE SISTER"
MJd'
1ttt1) The sale and transportation of WithHELEN

..' black bass,.either of .the large or
Y,' I,' _.. __ o--r HAYES AND
:;"" '- ".. small mouth varieties, would be CLARKE GABLE
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: 5 s res s s s S2S 5 5 s s s s s s 5 5 s s sE5 5 burg, Ky.. who has spent several I graced: by a pink and white birth- sick folks, there would be so many tin' so many letters from people Beer has become legal In states
months in Tampa with her parents day cake with five candles. Jell-o in people in Bradford County, they who want to know all about this comprising about 69,000,000 pea
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden, arrived I five different flavors harmonizedwith would plumb step on each other) part of the ken try. Then you can ple. States which are still unfriendly -
I Bits Wednesday for a week's visit the color scheme of the dec- The name of this Spring Is read It faster on acct. of my bad to beer and are regarded aa

of with her sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, orations. Candy eggs were used H-E-I-L-B-R-O-N-N. I don't know I upellin'. likely to remain so, comprise but
while enroute to her home. to mark each place with the name what that means in Spanish, but Hope you will soon be well enuffto about 12,000,000 of our population. ",

of each child iced thereon. it is a sure nuff big thing. I think start South where hit Is warm.

NevOur ? Members of the geometry class Those present at the party were: that would be a good place to put Let me no when you git ready to '
Lcgd the B. H S. bad a picnic at the Lou Edwards Ernestine Moore, some of that gold-dust you got In start an I will meet you In Lake ISSUItE mm

Robinson cottage at Kingsley Lake Barbara Moore, Marion: Brown, yore pants pockets. Jest buy that City or Jacksonville, and show :ye ACACIA MUTUAL LIFE
and Tuesday afternoon. Those presentwere Caroline Privatt! Irene Prevatt, spring, put up a hotel and Injeat the way to the best place In Flor- "'
I Concerning People, Business : Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray and Caroline Moore, Clara Mae Harley, no time a-tall you would be as rich Iday. INSURANCE CO.

Progress of the County and Town. son, Leon, Jr., Mrs. T. J Alderman Gene Edwards, Virginia Anders, as Henry Ford-but yore money Yore friend \V. 8. SIDLEY, Agent
Francis Alderman Carlle Faulk-I Patsy Roberts; Annie Catherine would come from bottles and hls'n KDXYZ I

ner.. S R Johns.. Fred Shaw... Richard -- -- Wooten, Jewell Reddish, Elzey Shu- comes from cans! -
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rZSu u 15757 iI: Thede Norman Johns, Georgia ford, Martha Klckhter, Merry Beth Now, that is just one thing that During tho last few days of

M. Johns visited inTnegvato Hello Everybody-Chcrua, songs Haynes, Martha Powell Marguerite Knight, George Brown Moore, Cole- Bradford County has more than March and early April a definite!, NAfSEZ:
E. Prevatt, Harry Tyson, John man Phillips, Paul Dinkins, Chas.
Mon
automobile Industry
Tuesday. and acrobatic performances any other place. Number two Is the sales upturn In the -
(; : day afternoon and night'at Ritz Andrews, Martha Brownlee, A. E. Knight, (Bubber) Biggs Wells, best land In the state to raise was registered. I nee by the papers that our legislators ,
Wall, Bunnte Canova, :Mac: Davis, Harvey Naughton, C. C. McEachern already '
Kenly'' spent Theatre. strawberries on. The Lord made Increased requirements have up at' the Capital have Introduced ;'
Genevieve Eldredge Robinson, Vera Gainey, Hugh Cotton, Bobbie Biggs,
the strawberry-the finest fruit reflected In substant'al gains a bill to prohibit executions
Jay Jacksonville.Co Clifford Hazen
In Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hashman of Henry Godwin James Reddish. that grows--then He said to Himself In ateel Ingot production. in Decem

J. L. Frazee were Kansas City, Kansas, were week- Lula Redgrave and Marjorie Sell He "Where can I put It Electric lights and Neon signs ber. Wouldn't It
,. and Mrs. Tuesday. II IIIII end guests of Mr. and :Mrs. S. Stump. Pereotttlle where It will do the best" and so are making the paper lantern industry be nice If they

Jacksonville Courtney.. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y Mayo and l' lIe put on His other specs and of China/unprofitable. could also pass' a
Driggers of Lake But- lltTII8 children of Tampa were visiting : looked the kentry over, and He said During a recent week electric' ii bill to stop all p d a

Mrs'' A Starke Tuesday.Mrs Mrs. E. M. Thomas and son, Victor relatives and friends here over the' "I have It! I will jest set it right power production made the most murders during
war c Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wilkerson, favorable with 1932 for
month.
(Ifr, and Edgar Wllkeraou, spent week-end. over there between Starke and comparison the same
'
Davis spent Thursdayand the week-end with Mrs. J. B. Mills Highland girl April 14. Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville, Lawtey In Bradford County! and some time. Many a hus .
I A. Mr. and Mrs. John Law-
Crews visitor here afternoon of FloriditY band misses his ;
Jacksonville.Mr : was a Sunday that Is why this part ;
at
Orangedale.
rrxiav, to I tey, boy, April 17. naa become noted for the very best Christmas dinner u" t
au'rs( HNolle
T. Osteen of I and Mrs. Eugene Long and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kersey, Starke O. J. Phillips la attending the strawberries grown anywhere.And Just becausehis
R. Mr.
md Mrs. gill, April18.. worth IH tt it liijr given that It I In wife take a
Grand Lodge BQxslorm of F. & A' here is something else
In Starke Tuesday. 'Mr, and Mrs. Colson of Brooker our Intsnltutt to apply' din r
)Brooke were .. for :Mrs. LauraA. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Conway, M. In Jacksonville thIs week raisin'-pecan nuts I They are the in* the minion of Iho Morltla. I.eie-I notion to shoot ,
were here Thursday Starke, boy, April 20. that Inltiturn 11)3.1) for the pnNHiiir" "t apropnNed him on the 24th. '
Lake Mesdames James! T. Moore, and beat thing In the nut line
ouglas Butler, Davis' funeral. iiivii mi"'a .In the 'law In
J 4 in Starke Saturday. l1- G. W. Roberts were shopping In grows anywhere, "cept maybe In Itradfoid ('i unty, Florida, HH fi"l- At that, some husbands are really
was ttor Jacksonville Thursday. Ford's factory! The biggest dif loa, to-wit: better off dead when you think of
Mrs. Johnathan Daven- An Art iJpflnJiiu: and r'IIIlhll( t"
returned Mr. and LAWTEY J. H. Moore Is In Ft Meade this ference is In the way you crack Hurlat Acsot'Intlansl. ; lUtfimlnic the, the cooking some of them have. lput I
0, p Vandlvlere port of Coleman Mass., were recent week will be In crack t'. IIr HIII'Iti I mid UtutiTtak with. J1Millo
where he active
L The can jest
'em. up
you
El Paso, pecan .
from a trip to of their cousins Mr. I In NT HuHlnt.HH In Hrutlfnttl Count v. li
A'eiinTexas guests O. J. riulllps, Cor. the sweet corn deal this season with yore teeth--and the Fords 1.'I"rl.I" ",'''nlllN' the dntlee. pelts -- \ ,

and Mrs. S. Courtney. F. R. Carradine was a business you have to hit somethln'. I I ere Ntn'It and All nil.lhu'IIIt'. ifMtlnw ....i.rllilnv, veeted' for thn under'InI1ltdt.lt 'I \ I tlilnli I of It Mike. IVlnt.>'4

Ft. Bennlng. Ga., 51 r. and Mrs U. \\, Roberts visitor to JacksonvilleVednesdny.. Well, anyways, the pecan la a \ of .ruude. the said note t to mention tint Sturko him a pint t
J c oyle of Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson EntertainMr Mesdames V. R Reddish, O. J. big money maker, and its favorite' and pi..Hfi \till, 111* JionilltlOH$ fur the ,' lure allow thut shows the very,'f
Easter holiday In vU>liillin iif t '*'Ii net, and providing
spent m spent Sunday In Lawtey with their and G. W. Roberts entertained I Phillips\ were shopping In Jacksonville growln' place U In Bradford County but th. liiHti: ,in ii*.n Punt o.isMioner 1 IJLorn Intent l>lrluri'Hrry often before ,'l'. '
with "1." a' ves- son-In.law and daughter Mr. and afternoon. l" "h..11 hove XUIHM\ \ 'Inlunthnvuf. ,
M.
I the members of Grace Thursday too. unit rt>,iiilt'Inir th. rifimHlt the luriirr tones show Ilieni. Let's .t
: G. Powell, Miss Martha Mrs. George Anderson.Mrs. ''E. Church; at their home Friday Then, there is the tung oil tree. with the,. liiMtiiHiu, t'mnniliHloii.r. of nil [iiilriml/e: It and keep It hirilt \ '
Mrs 1 Klnilda riMluhi Nerurnlets for the
evening with a chicken pilau sup- '" ii uholtt' lot <'hriiMT tlnui running
md John Powell were In returned from That don't mean you tap the tree rowel tnrtnce of ntiv 1"'Rrt or tiltllwitlon |
powel' O. L. Beasley The was I \ to iiilni.ll| Juckwon'.llleto
per. large living room II nol! entered into by any AHHUvlatluim or
Jack nville Friday. Tampa Monday where she spent decorated with cut flowers and I LETTERS! OF A HTARKEITE and get the oil In yore can. Oh that nil defined l I hy l tlilH, art.Itesiet't .. see ii show und the uimiMi'lticut '
and several days with her parents, Mr. fern. A delicious chicken and TO A NORTHERN PROSPECT I There Is a nut grows on .I.I\I.I\IANN.' tlly mihmlltuil' U. Just IIH /good, ,: 1
to crush
and Mrs. O. A. Wiggins I tree, too, and you have ,
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden. salad servedto O C I3UTI.IH4.21ata19. ;
visitorsIn I vegetable supper was I used in 1
Peggy Ann, were 'em and then the oil is
daughter Jacksonville\ Sunday. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch and the following: Mr. and Mrs. R Starke' Fla. April 17, 1933 paints and varnishes. Anyone with -Stnrke: lit a might good town to I .
of DeLand, R. Thede Mr. and Mrs Chas. Din- Mr. James Hunt, the money you carry around In live In: I'm crazy about It myself, j
Sir Charles Overstret and son, Miss Mary the Easter Brownlee holiday with Mr. tins, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore, Mr New York City. pore jeans, could buy up a few hun ADVBCE;: and I know that most of you are .
spent and Mrs. L. H Futch Mr. and Mrs. *.
Birmingham too. There are lots of good bUillneslt -
to -
Dere Jim Bradford County
business trip : dred acres of
Gary, made a I and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, Mr. and Mrs. W.B. MANV RCCCIVC; IT--- '
Ala., Monday. and Mrs E. M. Ben Well, I was pleased to glt yore land; set It to tung oil trees, and THS WISE PROFIT BY IT* houses here that are full of
P. Randall and childrenof Christy, Mr. letter t'other day but shore was lo! in a few years, you could have -LT"1.61IIy" nice, up to date merchandise. All
W. and Mrs. D. W. Moore,
Frank Inman of California has this nett Mr. sorry o here you bad another spel an oil plant that would beat JohnD.'s >- that I ask of you is to see Starke .
spending .
Jacksonville, are and
and Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mr.
arrived here and Is visiting his Randall's parents, Mr. of rhematlz. You orto come to wells for money makin'. first before going off to upend your < (t.
week with Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Harley, Mr. and Mrs. !
If can't find It in
mother Mrs. O. M. Inman. M. Alvarez.Col. Florlday when I told you afore I had a lot more I wanted to money. you
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. C I
E. ,
E: Burney Starke then I don't blame for
'bout beln' the best place In the write you 'bout Starke and Bradford you
Mrs. George W. Kenly visited attended courtIn : Wooten, Mesdames: V. R. Reddish, kentry to cur. anythingspecially County, but I bin vwrkln trying tho bigger places.And t
D. E. Knight J. H. Moore, Effie Miner E. B I
Miss Fannie Holt on Avondale Jacksonville Monday. ,. He was W. F. Moore Misses Kath- rhematlz. pretty hard, glttln' my crop planted j
Wells
; Guess I had better tell I Easter uhllit you urn looking thing
Circle, Jacksonville, Monday. Mrs. Knight who ye got and today beln' Sunday
by Blanchard, ,
accompanied friends. teen and Autherine me some more paper at the dime I et a big dinner of fried chicken, ,...Dill!!," .......n,'''' .Jvccornel ) ovi>r here don't overlook Stern- I
Mrs W. M. Wainwright Patsy was the guest of Eunice Whitehead, Emily Kennard, store in Starke and am a-goln' to Irish potatoes, new beets, carrots, I from th<.c who I><<.m.wlt, lier c'n. They tell ni" that you tawrnilly {
and Mr. Arthur Griffis. 'uo I.tel, John lufRml/ the
oomplcra find! same ui-to-lhw-mlnut
Ruth and Bill Wainwright Jr., Shiver and daughter I write you a long letter this here etc., and topped off with straw- Inn, of hliKnlncM. [
Mrs. W. P. Blrn. V. K. ReddlHti! Entertains by fire He h.J rriM'kn In hut store, sumo of them \' I II.rh..l
were In Gainesville Saturday.Hello Betty Ann, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. V. R. Reddish entertainedthe I time. Fust I want to tell ye abouta berry shortcake, and as I don't feel |mt nniiuh" Inniranct to cover. ilu lie 'low UK '...01I buy ail f
Mrs. Shiver's 1 Spring close to Starke that has as tho' I would last much longer -tntwege.
the week-end with ladies of the Baptist W. M. U '
stuff )there meld doss the wife
no
Everybody-See Charles Moore. the healenlat water In hit, that I had better stop for awhile. If I fin U 10 be feired. CorulJir foutInitinnn my
father, Mr. L. V. i at her home Tuesday afternoon. und! kids I ain't klddlii
you.
Pender. comedian at Ritz Theatre I The devotional was conducted by beats anything yo every heard of, don't here from you soon, will write raqujnmma! faded I I
and night. to cure sick folks, specially if they when I feel better.
Monday afternoon Buy your : and after agin
Hello Everybody the leader, Mrs. T. J. Terry, -. HAROLD C. WALL NAT STERNBERG
tickets from the girls, and help devotional and business discus- got rhematlz If enuff folks now- Think mebbe I will git me one '
Dr and Mrs. Felix Hill, Jr., of swell their fund. They receive a the hostess served a salad ed all about this here water In this of them thar stenographers to do INSURANCE
sion
Jacksonville, were guests Tuesdayd per cent of all tickets they sell. course., Those attending were: Spring, and what-. good It .did for my writln' for me, If I keep on glt- STARKE. FLORIDA Starke Florida *;*' ,
L. A. Davis. :
Mr and Mrs.
Mesdames G. A. Anderson T. J. -
and __ _ .
I H.
Geo. Lowry -- -
White- -
Dr. and Mrs. Terry, H. B. Arwood, C. R. -- -- -- .u ----- 11
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Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Geo. daughter Margaret, and Mr. H. H. i head, O. J. Phillips and Miss Bessie -- -- -- ,

Flynn. Jr.. and Billy Powell were Young, were In Crescent Cty Wed- Terry. :

visitors in Jacksonville Friday.Mrs nesday attending a meeting of the I Tom Beck Wins 1

Presbytery.Mrs. Our local pugilist, Tom Beck,
P M. Barefoot, Mrs. L. J. added another scalp to bis belt 1I

Green, Juanita and Sara Barefoot, C. N. Christy, Mrs. E. S. Tuesday evening at the armory In I

spent Thursday In Jacksonville. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Jacksonville when he scored a ?

Miss Madge Mlddelton and Miss technical knockout over Joe Riversof
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Hazel Middleton spent Saturday In Tampa In the fifth round of a Ip op 2Crocery41Y59
,
Mrs. Fay Gill visited Green Cove I Jacksonville.Mr. scheduled ten round bout. Young ,
and Jacksonville Sunday.
Springs Beck with his clean-cut mannerin
and Mrs. C. D. Shank and which he conducts his fights 1 is '
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son Owen. daughter, Betty Lewis, of Lake building up a good record with 121bs. - 30c

of St. Augustine, were week-end City, spent Friday and Saturday', fight fans wherever he appears. STARKE FLORIDA APRIL 21ST & 22ND t
of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs.
guests with Mrs. Shank's mother Many local fans attended the bout t I.

Lillie S. Lewis. ., from here Tuesday evening.
Mr and Mrs. W, J. Epperson and ti' : Birthday Party FLOUR

Mrs. George Anderson visited rela- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dew Mrs.: Mrs David W. Moore entertained ''

tives in Lake Butler Sunday after- Lee Haddox of Jacksonville, and Monday afternoon at her home in Good Brooms Sugar Peaches

noon. Mrs. Jack Jenkins of Atlanta Ga., Lawtey for her little daughter, Cole's Extra

were guests Thursday of Mnland Elizabeth Ann Moore celebrating
Miss Georgia Doyle of Green Mrs. L. D. Green. her fifth birthday. I Each15c lOlhs.45c 3 cans25c 241bs.55cFLOUR
Cove Springs was the guest Tues- After the children assembled'

day of her sister-in-law Mrs. J. D. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand games were played until It was an- Beat !Fish'
Doyle Miss Hazel Middleton motoredto nounced that an Easter egg hunt
Hortense Ga., Sunday to 'at- was in order. Little Clara Mae Tomatoes
Mr and Mrs. J. B. HendrickS of tend the homecoming day of pie Harley won an Easter rabbit and Pork and Beans PotatoeslOlbs.

Dover, Del., who spent the past two old Middleton Church. wagon as prize for finding the most No. 2 cans
months at the Starke Hotel left

for New York City Friday. They Mrs. T. S. Williams Mrs. G. W. eggs.Assisting In serving and enter- 6 25c .. - 17c Pillsbury ,
cans
were accompanied by Thomas E. Kenly Mrs. C. W. Larsen, Miss taining the little guests were, Mrs. 4 f for.. .. .. .. .. 25c .
Moore of the firm, Hendricks & Margaret Williams and Miss Genevieve Hollis V. Knight, Mrs. W. F. Moore, 241bs.7QcLard41bs.28c
Moore. Produce Brokers. Kenly motored to Jackson- Mrs. W. Fred Moore and Mrs. J.

vUle Sunday and spent the day. T. Prevatt. Corned Beef MILK SALT
The children marched In to the

CENT A %WORD Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard Mrs. tune of the Happy Birthday song

James Shepard Miss Lena Belle to find the large dining room table 25c Tall 5c 5 f for -l Oc
Shepard and Miss Cleo Shepard of 2 cans. - can - -

COLUMNCHICKS Hilliard were In Starke Thursdayto
attend the funeral of Mrs. Laura

FOR SALE-Rhode Is- 'A. Davis. RITZ THEATRE
(Und: Reds, Barred Rocks, White I returned Best Creamery Butter = Best White 'Bacon
Rocks White Leghorn Chicks : Mrs. A. :M. Darby STARKE. FLORIDA
Prepaid live delivery at $6.50 I Thursday from Gainesville where

Per hundred. Quality Seed Store, she spent several days attendingthe Pound 22c eiionfe Pound. w 7c
Gainesvile, Fla. It* Jacksonville District meeting.Mrs. PROGRAM BEO. APRIL 21ST -
Darby bad part 6n the program -
FOR RENT-7-room house two during the meeting. OeAYDQUAhi1 I
I
screened porches, two baths hot FKI.-SAT., APRIL 21-22 ,

water Also entire and other second conveniences.floor with Annie Mr. and Mae Mrs.Pearce Herbert and Mr.Hart Bernlce, Miss\ "CORNERED" Brookfield Cheese. Whole Grain Rice .

private bath of my house. Mrs. Johnson attended the banquet and TIM McCOY I

Harortck. S. Walnut St. lie dance given by the Furniture Deal- And a CuriosityAnd

ers Association at the Mayflower Scrappy Ca.-n Pound -15c 10 pounds - 25c I .
FOR SALE A variety of seedsat Hotel In Jacksonville Thursday. - Fedr25c

White's Plee-Zing Store; peas, night. MON.-TUEH., APRIL 24-25 '
corn, beans, also sorghum rice,
peanuts, crotalarla, melons, Mr. and Mrs. L. Haltlwanger Fannie Hurst's
cukes and squash. Poultry sup. Dorothy and Marie, "HELLO EVERYBODY"KATE

Plies, cups and crates. 4212t. I and and daughters granddaughter Messrs. Harley Clara DeLoach Willis, J. SMITH I Soap or Powder Meal and Grits Tuna Fitt: Large'Weiners t

and
WANTED-Stave and heading and C. Davis!, all of Jacksonville Randolph Scott and !Sally' Blane -
.
blocks, $3.00 per cord cash, at R Lyons dinner guest! at the Paramount News
Starke Stave Mill.: Also some were Mrs Walter'Un-' Also l9c -15c Pound 9c
of Mr. and 25cMAYONNAISE l0 lbs. -
sale whole at, used J1000 brick per thousand.cleaned, for tf. derbill home Sunday. STAGE ATTRACTIONSLocal I 10 f for.. / -- -


STRAWBERRY PLANTS Millions :Members jf the physics class of Talent

disease of new free land Missionary, true to ,same and the B.at H.the S.Adkins enjoyed place a Included picnic at Kings-Tuesday Mrs.- WED.-1'1I SILVER(;UH.DOLLAR. APR. 28-27 OR Pure Coffee Grape Juice Vinegar

Blakemore atff2.oolper.; lOOOw 1. ley Lake. The party RELISH
M. ii. Fletcher, of Crystal D. pTcarpenter. Lola Adkliu. Grat- EDW O. ROBINSON AND Pints 15c Qt. Bottle '-- ._ We
Okie ---------

Springs 7,000, Fla.Missionary, says "I and receivedthe I wantto ton Hinson Cooper, Kitty, Purvis Hogsed Dorothy Hazen Louise Swinbom Jackson BEBE AbaMELODY DANIELS % pl iar lOc 21b s. - 25c Quarts -------- 29c Pt. Bottle _________ 5c

commend your efficient ser Lois Long. ; MASTERS

vices.S. Catalog free. Write to C. Daisy Tompktos. MUSIC TO 3fY EARS = -__- :7_- __ __ _-_':____-- '
Perdue Box F Showell Md. 4- -- 1
Kincaid of Cattlet.rt'j. .- 1w
U-ft.. Sirs J- W.

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t.PAGE SIX COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL ,,

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r I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES P fci .QgS ft DE E. BRADSHAW, NEWLY ELECTED HEAD

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FARMERS SECTION 5 [Weekly tlon Specialist from--Home Tallahassee Demonstra-I II LIVE STANews TE NEWS r OF W. 0. W., IS NATIONALLY KNOWN I

i I Consul for the states of "ranl8l)
,
An General Attorney lie Was Louisiana and Mississippi

F Conducted by Demonstration Agents FRUIT-JUICE COOKIESUse of Florida ii i Short Paragraphs Active Legally in Nearly being elected to the Board 1C'O* DI.

I Every State rectors while J. C. Root wa first
-
president of W. 0. W.

_........___.-- 1-2 cup butter or shorten- _-- -- V_ II I Da Emmet E. Bradshaw, who Mr. Bradshaw came to Oman. i.
w. 1 1-4
ing, 1 cup sugar egg, cup I 1916 as General
was elected president of the Wood- Attorney ayu,
]'-11 BOYS AND GIRLS lemon Juice, 1-4 cup orange juice, GROWERS WANT ARSENATE 'I taken by subscribers for the proI I men of the World Life Insurance Mr. Fraser reorganized the As with!o.

1 SOON TO GATHER FOR 2 1-2 cups flour, and 4 teaspoons Lake Wales A resolution urg- posed First National Bank of Tar- Association at a special meeting ofT elation into the strongest II'"emal

ANNUAL SHORT COURSES WRUF FARM PROGRAM: baking powder. ing that growers be permitted to pon Springs and within the next Insurance company in the world

:r "Tb. Vo''"'' of Florida" Cream together butter or short use lead arsenate sprays on grape few days the organizers plan to I Iapplj' He engaged In litigation on )ehalt
ening and sugar. Add beaten egg of W. 0. W. in nearlir :_
but not The bank ?.? L
and
fruit on charter. new -- ,
tangerines for a "
Gainesville Fla. About 60( and u.
and mix well. Combine orange of the Union and in ;
'; oranges was adopted last week by will take over the affairs of the i federalouru
4-H club and
sj winning boys girls lemon juice and add to first mix- with a very large degree
the Florida State Horticultural So- First National Bank of success.
from every section of the State, arc Gainesville, Fla. With an unusually ture alternately with flour which present off I Members of the Board of
,
t if,! to gather here and in Tallahassee interesting series of farm has been sifted with baking pow- ciety. Commerce which was closed March tors regard Mr. Bradshaw Dirw

.14[ the first week in June for their an.- talks scheduled, next week's Flor- der. Chill a d roll out'very thin on a 4 by Federal order, although It is of the outstanding legal minds a> one

s :Dual short course. ida Farm Hour program, to be floured board, adding more flour LAST OFFICER DIES operating at the present time on the fraternal Insurance fbi' |In

'fi; The> ;gills, about 350 strong, are t given from WRUF each day at if necessary. Cut in plain or fancy Ormond Beach The last of the restricted basis.DISAPPEARING. profound knowledge of im ranee Hii

,*to> meet at the Florida State Colj -' noon, has been announced by the shapes with cookie cutter. Bakein general officers of the War Be- law and his natural leadership .re

j,.!Iege for Women Saturday, June 3,' Florida Agricultural _Extension moderate oven ((350 degrees F.), tween the State, General Adelbert HABIT his chief assets.

l; and spend the following week in Service. The schedule follows: 12 to 15 minutes. Ames, who was West Point's oldest Chipley Sam D. May of Chip- "No man was ever more 'ort-

C i\wUit has been termed a practical Sat., April 22 Radio's Weekly, Orange Nut Bread surviving graduate, died at his win- ley, whose strange disappearance unate than I in his mother said

Sf college short"course in better Farm Newspaper. Editorial Snap- Ingredients: 2 cups bread flour, ter home here last week. He was two months ago caused some peo- Mr. Bradshaw. "Her loving pray.

Yt; homemaking. A complete pro- shots. 2 teaspoons salt, 1-2 cup sugar, 2 97 years of age.COLBIUDGE. ple to think he had been murdered I ers follow me all the days if m,

Vgrarn: of talks, demonstrations Mon.. April 24 Why some cups milk, 1-2 cup pecan meats, 2 showed up in Chlpley the past : life, and I owe all of my success to

j',1 and tours is being planned by Prices Rise Before Others-Dr. H cups Graham, flour, 4 teaspoons INDICTED week. He made no statement as the early training and c ire she

S Miss Flavla Gleason, state home O. Hamilton. The Control of Rust baking powder, 1-2 cup candied or- Miami Gilford Colbrldge, 38, to his disappearance or prolonged gave me. I am glad to sa that

'\demonstration *agent and other Mites and Red Spiders on Citrus- ange peel, 1 egg. was Indicted here by a Federal absence, and today he "dlsapper- though she Is 96 years old she

Y state 4-H club leaders. Special sec- J. R. Watson. Mix ingredients thoroughly and grand Jury for threatening injuryor ed" again, this time with his wife, is still able to get around,! the

,f tlons of the program will be devot- Tuea., April 25--Root Knot and sprinkle two tablespoons of the kidnapping to- Colonel CharlesA. leaving a note to the sheriff stat- house, taking! care of her duties,

j, fed' to economical adequate meal Its Control J. R. Watson. Farm flour over nuts and orange peel. I Lindbergh, or a member of his ing that he had "gone west." He De E. Bradshaw making quilts, knitting laces -

::
"I' rovement, clothing personal Wed., April 26-Choice Box and Then pour over dry Ingredients $50,000 from. the famous avia to the amount of $88,000. I Nebraska, on November 30, was dent of the Fraternal Societ' Law

[. health, canning, gardening, home Porch Plants John V. Watkins. stirring and beating the mixture tor. formerly general attorney- of the Association and also of the Legal

\\ poultry raising, and other home- Meeting the Crisis in Food Pro- smooth. Last add the floured nuts LOWLANDS FLOODED organization :for 16 years Section of the National Fraternal
ductlon-W. T. Nettles. Mr. Bradshaw fills the unexpired Congress. As general attorney. Mr.
making; topics. and orange peel. Pour into two TAMPA WILL FIGHT Tallahassee Communicationlines I
of the late W. A. Fraser who Bradshaw approved more ''han
term
and ,
\", The boys will meet at the UnlKerslty Thurs., April Spring oiled bread tins and bake 45 minutes Tampa Plans for a fight to a were disrupted and low sections $200,000,000 of bonds purchaser
Summer Care of Beef Calves-W. died while in Europe. Mr. Fraser for
of Florida College of Agriculture J. Destroying Pastures in In a 350 degree F oven. finish against the bill to levy a 20 were flooded in portions of was buried In Dallas, and special the organization, and is largeu re-

; June 5-10 for a similar Shecly. Cattle Grapefruit Salad per cent tax on all cigars and cig- north Florida early Saturday.: A memorial services were held in his 8pv.nsibla for the excellent iecur-
Calhoun County-J. G. Kelley. -
I."'short course In which they will get Improvement in Osceola CountyJ. Use 2 tablespoons gelatine, 1-4 arettes made or sold in Florida severe rain storm driven by winds I memory at national headquarters. ities It has In its portfolio.

|,i practical training in cltrlculture, R. Gunn. cup cold water, 1-2 cup boiling were set on foot when a committee which at times reached gale force The newly elected president was W. O. W. has had a stemli con.

t>"; truck growing, livestock raising FrI. 28 Separate water, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, composed of representative cigar scoured the area. A maximum born in a log cabin in Arkansas. sistent growth during the 42 rears
April Why
t"'dairying, poultry husbandry, crop 1 cup sugar, 3 cups grapefruit pulp manufacturers and business men wind of 48 miles an hour was reported He taught school as a youngsterand of its existence. It has approximately
Cockerels from Pullets N R.
[,production, and other problems Mehrhof. A. Year of Farming by and juice (fresh or canned), 1-2 was appointed to handle the anti- at Apalachlcola late yesterday then attended LaCrosse collegiate 400,000 members throuzh-

hthat I will likely face these future cup pecan meats. cigar tax campaign. I but the high tides there did Institute. Later he was out the United States. Its net assets .
Union County 4-H Boys-L. T '
J farms. This program Is being plan- Soak gelatine In cold water 5 slight damage to the waterfront. graduated from National Normal on December 1 o'f this lear
; The Feeding Program
Dyer. Dairy
minutes, then dissolve in boiling Nevertheless and communi- University at Lebanon, Ohio. He totaled more than $110,000.000
(', ned by R. W Blacklock, state boys'I1' NOISY PROTEST power
in Duval County-A. S. Lawton.
"? club agent. .... water. Add sugar and cool. Add Clearwater A din of automo- cation lines were put out of order. attended the night law school of which is an increase in net assets
::1 lemon juice, grapefruit juice and the University of Arkansas and of $4,500,000 during one year.
:' In Florida there are at present CHINCH BUG BESTCONTROLLED pulp, and nuts. Let stand until bile horns, plant whistles and fire started his practice in Little Rock. Among the features of W. 0. W.

about 8,500 41club girls and WITH mixture begins to thicken, mix well sirens at noon Saturday marked an LEGS ARE SCARCE Sir. Bradshaw was very activeIn / are Radio Station WOW in Omaha

,more than 3,000 4-H boys. They FINE TOBACCO DUST and turn Into individual molds dip organized protest of motorists Wauchula Hardee countians politics and business in Little and the World Memorial Hospital

[.'are a part of a national organlza- ped first in cold water. Chill until against the administrationsponsored are wondering what to do with the Rock. t He became associated with at San Antonio Texas, for members
r tlon million automobile bill in the Florida scores of orders which keep pour-
containing nearly a firm. When ready to serve, turn : Woodmen of the World as Headers afflicted with tuberculosis.\
'farm boys and girls. This work in Gainesville, Fla. The chinch molds senate. The protest included a I Ing in for frog legs and frogs.
from onto crisp lettuce on ------ ---- -
/I the various counties is under the bug, which causes brown and yellow individual plates and serve with three minute hold-up of traffic Several months ago the frog business !- were found on his face and said interests In the Tennessee city

[;direct' supervision of the county spots In St. Augustine grass mayonnaise dressing. (Make the which was only partially observed. was active in this section and forehead. His death was recorded had offered them a building equip.

''and home demonstration agents, lawns, is best controlled by apply- salad and dressing the day before shipments reached 3000 pounds a as a drowning but an attack by a ment and a cash sum with which

and they have picked the outstandI'lng ing a finely ground tobacco dust, and keep in the refrigerator.) IIARDEE WRITES FINIS week, with more than 100,000 fish was cited as a contributingfactor. many improvements are planned.

: members in their counties for according to J. R. Watson, ento- Wauchula The last strawberry -I pounds of legs shipped In one year. .

f,further training at the short mologist with the Florida Experi- shipments of the season have Recent dry weather, however, and MAN SUFFOCATED

courses. ment Station. WRUF Home Period! gone out of Hardee county bringIng I the promise of more money grow- OFFICER ELIMINATED Sanford Sam Jones, 30 fish

The chinch bug is about onefifthof The Florida Home Period. presented the season's total shipments by ing vegetables and strawberries for Orlando-The position of super- and produce merchant who had

GROWING PULLETS an inch long and Is dark brownto over WRUF each morning rail to 4,579,162 pints. Bushes are : the Winter Market, made frog visor of rural schools was elimi- operated here for the last 10 years,
at 9:45: will next week present the still bearing abundantly but other hunters quit. was found dead at his home early
:J t NEED!: CLEAN RANGE almost black In color. The nated from the Orange school system -
following talks by workers with sections have forced Hardee coun- I Monday. Death Is said to have apparently
# ROTATION SUGGESTED young are reddish to light brown by a vote of the county school
and resemble ants. Both the adults the State Home Demonstration department ty berries off the market. Berriesare I WOULD OUST JUDGE board. The action was taken upon resulted from suffocation,
; and the have Florida Experiment Sta- now being sold locally or can- ? when the mattress on which he was
:; Gainesville, Fla. In the development young a strong buggy West Palm Beach Recommendations I the recommendation of J. B. Walker
': of cleanfjrange odor. Affected lawns will first become tion, and others: ned for home use. that Judge J. Stockton I county superintendent of pub- sleeping caught fire. The man is
healthy pullets
Sat., April 22-Parents' Forum. believed to have fallen asleep while
in lic instruction.
yellow spots. They soon Beach
in.an factor Bryan of the Palm county
Important according -
Mon. 24 and i smoking a cigarette, which-fen oa\
to Norman R. Mehrhof, turn brown and the grass is killed. April -Clothing BATHING SUIT TROUBLE i criminal court of record and coun-
is Style Suggestions Miss Lucy Miami The of the white the bed and Ignited it.
'poultry specialist with the Florida There usually a brown center way ty Commissioner Ralph Osbzorn be JAIL-BREAKING LEGAL
[Agricultural Extension Service. with a yellow margin around it In Belle Settle. woman is not that of the Indian removed from office by Governor West Palm Beach-Because he S
I which the chinch Tues., April Community: Rec- i maiden, Rosalie BlUle sad-eyed, LET'S REALLY "SWAT TIlEFLY"
work
bugs
I This is Important he says, when are Dave Sholtz were contained In a cannot find any law against
['we consider that the quality off ing. Chinch bugs are most injuriousin reation Suggestions Miss Ruby 16-year-old Seminole bele, has sorrowfully scathing 30-page report made by :breaking out of the city Jail, Chiefof

,,the pullets that go into the laying warm, dry weather. McDavid. learned. For donning a the circuit court grand Jury last Police R. W. Milburn said he

house determines to a large extent The tobacco dust should be very Wed., April 26-Weekly Low- one-piece bathing suit and frolick- week. The report denounced dealsof probably would charge Curtis Dixon (By Spuds Johnson)
finely ground and should containat Cost Market Basket Miss Anna ing with her white sisters in the Let a be accused of will
[.:'the returns that can be expected officials in tax sale certificatesand and Robert Harp, who broke person
i from the poultry flock. least 2 percent nicotine. It us- Mae Sikes. cool waters of Miami river Rosalie recited other alleged wrongfulacts. out of Jail, with destroying city fully causing another to get

I;. ually costs about four cents a Thurs., April 27Managementof was sent alone into exile Into the property. The city property referred typhoid or other disease germs Into -
The should not be consld-
j' range pound, and is thus relatively cheap, the Home Poultry Flock Nor wilds of the big cypress swamp In to consists of two bars of his system, and a terrible cry
I
rered clean unless has
no poultry since It is a fairly good fertilizer.A man R. Mehrhof. Home Poultry the western Everglades. UNPOPULAR BRIDGE th. 1n.II cell through which Dixon for justice will be raised. Yet It
'been allowed to run on it and no -
Flocks In Holmes CountY-Mrs.
half ton per acre gives good It the ; often happens that we, through
poultry manure has been spread I Tampa seems Cypress and Harp sawed their way freedom
control, but more will do no harm, Bettle Caudle. GOLDEN GOLDFISH Creek section nearby must do without several days negligence, are guilty of allowing
ago.
|! on It for at least a year. Clean Fri. 28-The Food Valueof
Mr. Watson April The death of thous-
said. Tampa a bridge linking it with the typhoid germs to be spread to

range pullets Is important can easily because become growIng In-- Thus dust will remain active fora Tomatoes-Dr. O. D. Abbott. ands of valuable goldfish in the I outside world. County Engineer DIES AT AGE OF 103 members of our families by the
;
tested with coccidiosis and long period and kill the young as a pools of the B. M. Moodle estateon John Carroll reported the new Sarasota.--Mrs. Elizabeth Redd, housefly. We should take every
worms, BORDEAUX CONTROLS
(other troubles from contaminated, they hatch from the eggs. It will BLIGHT OF CUCUMBERS the Hlllsborough river Is listedas bridge had been sawed in two and who celebrated her 102nd birthday possible step to get rid of these

,:'soil A two or three rotation not burn the grass, and it does not one of the bases for the $25,000: I allowed to drop into the water. here April 9, and was one of the filthy, disease-carrying pests.

.la to be preferred. year Cultivation give off fumes that are dangerousto Gainesville, Fla. Cucumber claim against the city of Tampa "It's the third time and the last, oldest residents of this state, bothIn Which is better, to spend a few
humans.A made by Mrs. Moodle and E. G. as far as I am concerned he said. dollars and some time in keeping
t.will help to keep the land clean. blight with 2-4-50 bordeaux mix age and time of residence, died
Mr. Mehrhof grass similar to St. Augustineand Rogers as damage to property "Somebody burned the first one. Monday after a brief Illness. She down these nasty, filthy, dangerousflies
ture
suggests a system according to Dr. G.. F. Weber
not damaged by the chinch caused by Improper drainage in the or to pay doctor bills, take
the second I
|, of three ranges, raising the chicks plant pathologist with the Florida They dynamited one. is survived by more than 200 children -
bug is Centipede. It grows well territory near Louisiana and High- don't believe they want a bridgeout care of sickness and often even
ion a different one each and Experiment Station. grandchildren, great grand
year In sunny places, but has the disadvantage land avenues. there." Constable Fred New- children and great-great grand- witness death in the family? We
cultivating thp-other two. Such He
a suggests that the first spray- ,
|'system will keep the soil from becoming of browning more rapidly be done when the second berger laid it to moonshlners who children. will take the former.
: lag ,
in the We have "swat
winter. been
It can be inter- BALL IS BRAWL "carry in their automobiles. advised to
contaminated. leaves have formed and that" planks
planted with the St. Augustinegrass applications Tampa The city government's When they want to cross they get PRESIDENT LIKES SONG the fly" so long until I am afraid
: should be
Pullets that are Infested with and will soon replace it in repeated weekly police committee is now investigating out their planks. When they get Jacksonville A Jacksonvillesong many of us are prone not to pay
,'worms or coccidiosis will not de- the sunny spots, particularly if as long aa the disease Is prevalent a ball given recently for the, : writer Mrs. Anah Jane any attention to this admonition.But .
In the ,
I across' they pull planks. They Tyrer,
'yelop properly, but the longer they the chinch bugs are bad. throughout the picking sea- benefit of its patrolmen. A reportof 2535: Avenue has after all, fighting the fly is
don't need Iroquois Ortega
I a bridge. ,
'are The I
kept free from these troublesthe Lawns that are not mowed close ion. spraying machine shouldbe the event said it was a success I received a complimentary letter not so terribly hard, and is well

more resistant they will be to and kept well watered are not capable of high pressure so that financially. It also said: A detective BANK RE-OPENS from the White House, for sendingto worth the price. We all know to
the
them. will be
In the
form of
Ilbale to severe damage from' spray a was knocked out, two offi- Ocala--A reorganization plan President Franklin D. Roosevelt keep down filth and keep flies

:;, chinch bugs. I fog rather should than coarse the drops.under sides The cers were slugged with blackjacks, for re-opening the Ocala National a copy of one of her works, "The from breeding, to clean out the
spray cover
half a dozen policemen were Injured stables at least once each week or
Bank closed since President Promise You Gave
inspired by
of the leaves.

;,;,1 r And the \Worst is Yet to Come_. Prepare 2 the 2-4-50 bordeaux by In the arrest of a guest. decreed month a ,national was announced bank holidaylast Tuesday the President's inaugural address. I 10 the days fields and or scatter put it In the a screenedpit manureon

dissolving pounds of sul-
copper MYSTERY MOUNDS I and to screen the house. But
by officers of the institution. OUR PAN-AMERICAN PALS
: -- fate in 25 gallons of water, and 4 do do
-- L.OS" : Fort Myers Excavations on The calls for : Miami A we these things?
.. : "ra""" of plan raising $185- huge parade through
.. pounds lime In another 23
... : gal Mound In In addition to the above
: .. 11 u lons of Key, small Island the 000 and It was announced that downtown streets while thousands precautions
water.
Pour
the two so- Gulf of Mexico near Fort Myers, stockholders would contribute looked on, featured a PanAmerican against files, we shoulduse
\, lutions, at the same time Into a has thrown the Ca- traps to catch as of
-ir; third and some light on $105,000 toward the sum and depositors Day celebration here Monday. many
welt, wooden container mixing luaa Indians, mystery tribe in will be asked to waive 10 The occasion was Miami's gestureof them as possible, poisons to kill

them American history. The> tribe is be- per cent of their deposits, to obtain good will to Latin-American ai many more of them, as possible,

l NEGROES PLANT S GARDENS lieved to have inhabited the South- the remainder. countries. Several diplomatic representatives and swatters to swat the rest. Fly

west Florida coast more than 500 of the various countries traps outside the screened kitchen

years ago, but all traces have van- FISH ATTACKS MAN witnessed the parade and par will catch a large part of the flies
Gainesville
Fla. More than
L I oc -
e ished except a few scattered Miami Beach-Thomas N. Mar- ticipated in additional activities that congregate there to walt for
I- 80 colored families in Alachua
; : mounds. the screened door to be openedso
SEcrpcs
tin
of
county have recently planted home twenty-four, Tarrytown, N. tonight.
I..II Br.ttl Y, was drowned here recently after they can enter.
and
two
gardens
community gar- BANK STOCK SOLD A good poison can be made of 3
; --- P _,. A '. dens have been set. The seed and an attack by shark or barra- QUEENIE DESERVES REST I tablespoonfuls for-
4 /-t.D A' fertilizer furnished the Tarpon Springs More than cuda. His body bore a severe laceration Melbourne Queenie, veteran of commercial
were
& by $20,000 worth of stock has been malin in a pint of milk and sweet-
Florida Emergency Relief Admin- under the left arm and oth- elephant of the Melbourne zoo, has
.t \iojr! 7' -oi istration and the gardens were given a ride to her 1,380,000th pas ened water. This is a mild poison
but is effective Putt
planted under the of senger. She has walked 21,000 against Hies.

4A'jzci::, agent.V. L. Postelle, local supervision negro farm Wake Up Your Liver Bile 000.miles in 23 i!years and earned $75- tainers In saucers and or keep other it shallow 11\.ere con-the

files can get to it but the children

Bill for fresh t fruits and *. OYSTER FARMING: can't.
vege- -Without
Calomel In fighting files In other
as
tables, as weU as eggs and milk Tallahassee An oyster plant-
kinds Is
of
are cheaper than doctors' bills and Ing program In charge of the State war, eternal vigilance
,' :s-U ,arr\ -- the price of everlaStIngly
'' It's much more fun paying them. And You'll) Jump Out of Bed U hta bus .to not flowing "-17 ,your toot Shell Fish Commission, and call-I at it. success. Keep
: 1- 4_', ing for an expenditure of about $8,-
ditmt. H .
: jtut dray la tb bomb.CM _
Watermelon anthracnose Is best in the Morning Rarln" to GoIf blcmta up sour eto........ You ha... s 000 from the department's funds, S

controlled by spraying with 4-4-50 thick,bad tag!mad you*brwith.b foul,tklnftra is under way at Apalachlcola, according Brood sows should be kept on
Bordeaux. Add nicotine sulphateto :you feel sour and sunk and the bnria oat la bUmbhw. Tour fc.*4eh to authorities here. About I grazing crops and fed shorts and

control aphids, according to the world of salt looks mineral punk,don't swallow a lot I .ud yon. M down ud oat.Your'whol.yiura 30 small sloops each averaging skim-milk to provide a good flow
Florida Experiment Station. water oil, laxative I Ia poUonwLItUkMtfcoMtoodoldCARTERaUTTUI about 150 barrels per.day. are operating of milk.
candy or chewing gum and expect in transporting live oysters

The majority of ships still round and them buoyant to make and:you full suddenly of sunshine.sweet UVER PILLS to let -.two pooaiol bile from bars to other likely places," The lawn and gardens of Nor-

ing the horn are windjammers in Sowing mly: ud. main. :you' fnl"..p..4 op." for planting. mandy are decorated with life-like

:--- the Australian grain trade. For they can't do It. They only TII.,. ooaUIa woadvful, bannlw, ...nU.vesetabi. figures of birds, animals and
move the bowels and a mere move- .utnwta,amazing whoa. It COOMS to COLLEGE IS MOVING gnomes.

Paint brushes which have be- ment doesn't get at the cause. The maktaf lbs bile Bow frwly.; Panama City-Trustees of Bob

come hardened be reason for your down-and-out feeling. But don't..k for II..,plUa.Ask for Carter Jones College, located here, have The hollow trunks of the Baobab
may readily softened
...... by boiling In is your liver. It should pour out two Ltttlo Liver POU.! Look for t4,.Bam Carter announced the college will be mov- trees are used by negroes on the

: -..'II.fbll'd I 3to"'If --.-_ minutes. vinegar for 15 pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels ; Littl Unr POle oa tb.. nd labL BassoS {ed to Cleveland, Tenn., before the west African coast to bury their

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21. 19S5 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARrUS. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEWti

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"- should be weaned-
,, ;; Springpigs minute In first year typing: Lois S students will be burning the
: :\ '" : I and Inoculated against cholera In Long, Lester Schnell, :Oorge: Ar- midnight oiL No, not having a.

.. 1"... c. \ !' N 1 the near future.ADDITIONAL. wood Bunnle Canova, Dollie Din-
4. ; L7 ----.---- I good time but storing up knowledge -

t .. 7, :J I{ na SOS; oJStarke SCHOOL, NEWS kins NINTH Abbie NEWS Harley.S AND. WII.\T NOT Thla to will pans be exams our last next news week.Items ",


(Continued from page 3.) for the B. H. S. Journal this semester.
OMMENTSON ] higher education Is that it teaches Next year we hope to .
0ai a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: (i (By A. 'V. Anderson, Jr.)
; learn
Fla. us to think. In college we Hell-o! take part In the affairs of Junior

All doctrine HERE AND how to use our Intellect and makethe High School.
;: UI fr\al111.. religious teaching or April 17, 1933. And no,
Iwbi1; creed,if they are to have any claim HtREAFTE.R.The : most of our Individual char-
W and devotion of the must be in harmony with Editor Telegraph, acters. I do not think that thereIs I go
the love loyaltl pepler On with this week's news. Miss Jacobs gave a geography
fold' and creviceSthfhuSS
ipon : ;? the Christ whose every Starke, Fla. anything whicn prepares young
and of whom it was said in John 7:46."NEVER MAN Bible says, "Feed the sheep." Dear Sir: people for life quite as well as a contest to see who knew the most
heartil IS MAN. It does not say "Beat the Sheep." education. Folks, we have a smart ninth counties and capitals. The first
SPAKE There Is nothing that irritates me The following statement by Neill college prize was won by Dot Bishop and
Bradford and Union countlea are Invited to USA this deent of Genevieve Kenly, 12th grade.. It looks as If a good manyof
aStorC of so much as to see some one drivea Rhodes, assistant commissioner second prize was won by Lora Fra-
and to be ex
of church activities, organizations annoonocnnce is ______ S our pupils are going I
piztm for news freely given and no charge made.-the only requirement hungry team. When the horse Is the State Marketing Bureau, I HUMAN PARASITES empted. Though it is not likely zee.

Dlen .that such Items reach this office before Wednesday; morning well fed and well taken care of I passed on to your readers in the that they will be exempted on everything Tuesday we got a fish bowl to

"f. lvlae they cannot be handled for current I.aue.i expect him to pull the load. The hope it will encourage them to I some will be exemptedon replace the fish bowl of ours that '
'" of straw- ? If we wish
with churches Is that put up a better pack What are parasites
8"'W trouble our this and some on that. The deportment we broke earlier i In the term.
r;::::;; LAWTEY CIICKCII DHIr4JitJi.Y! have been with berries in future years. We have to understand parasites we should
I II we so busy pro was very good, also. Friday we had an Easter egghunt
all heard complaints about the the meaning of the
had time to understand
r grams that we havn't In the woods behind the
SUNDAY SOHOOIe I First Baptist Church feed the people. We have a lot manner in which some growers in word. A parasite Is an animal standup school houao We took our lunch
I dint
LESSON this section put up their fruit, and that feeds on another animal withou Goliath: "Why you
I Hev. L. F. ChapIn, pastor. of starved church members.They've ?" out there and had a picnic Wa
and like a man
I in order to survive in th$berry' Industry killing it. fight
I--j services first and about made their mindsto necessarily
I Preaching up little all had a good time hunting foreggs.
David "Wait tl11\ get a
third Sundays, 11 a. m and 7:30: p.: stop pulling What the preachers we will have to keep up As we pass on in life, we come I boulder.": We are all working hard :

FOB APRIL 2*, 193S m. ought to do, is to take the I with sections of the State that In contact with many kinds of par- and trying to be exempt for thIs j

Subject Jesus Rebukes Self- Sunday school 10 a. m., 11. B. Ar- team out and feed them, and then have a reputation for putting up asites. But of the many thousands' semester. .
I fruit. Mr. Rhodes is speak- there Is only one that The demand for class pins was '
I wood, supt. hitch them up again.A good of parasites, I' -- S 1
seeking '''Love worketh nom Prayer Service, 7:30;: p. m. Wed- ing of the citrus Industry, principally la really despised by a human be- quite heavy. Twenty-two out of a COM.KOF. DAYS
(joldefl Text therefore love nesday.B. but his remarks apply ing and that Is a human parasite. class ordered them. The prcsl.
is told of
; story a poor woman
to his neighbor equally as well as to strawberries: And what Is human parasite A den had charge of this.
"
Romans Y. P. U. 6:30 m. Sunday.
law.
of the p. who stood for the first time on
fulfilling\ The following given -
18 the "That many of the leading human parasite is a person who U progrnnwas

13'10: 9:33-43. Grace M E. Church the the seashore. of She water looked and out said at, business enterprises have too lazy to work, but not too proudto Salesman: "'Now that, sir, la In naiiembly Friday by the Juniors -

Lesson Text: Mark : expanse shown good dividends duringthe accept food and shelter from the most becoming hat you have :
of Mt. Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. 'Well, that's one thing there is !! .
I Leaving the neighborhood depression has been due to someone. Today he Is one of thecommont'st. tried on BO far." I. Stein Song.
and Caesarea Phlllppl, our Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat plenty of." There is plenty of everything II. Personal Glimpses of :My i. \
Hermon their extensive advertising Customer: "I agree with you. It'smy
Lord and His disciples proceeded 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. that God gives. There is program. That advertisingpays John Inman 12th own." College Dny -B. II. S. Alumni. '
their work service Wednesday 7:30p. : plenty of space. There are more
southward to take up Prayer seems to bo generally S III. Orange and Blue. ( l'
m Galilee; but they knew m. stars than telescopes can discover. agreed by the Florida citrus THE NKIOIIBOKHOOn OS8IP! IV. "Stetson Days" Mr. C. "
again everywhere their enemies Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. God puts more blossoms on a fruit upon Use of standard Marlon Williams, one of our I W. Larson 1"

I were that >n the watch for them nor Mary Moore, supt. tree: than it can bear. The tree has grades Industry.by all shippers, to backup There Is usually a gossip In every ninth grade dtudents' hits' lIlcelIstully V. "U. of F. Days"- .Mr. L A. !
to throw off of the blossomsto built a one tube Tadlo set.
did the any more teach openly League 6::30 p. m. Sunday. some a general advertising pro- community. If you desire tohear Gray. ";
to village. Over andover make room for the fruit. God of the latest news! you I. B. H. S. Songs and Yells.5c11r1)tLE ""I
village of citrua, has been sadly all V.
from gram ._ __ __ ,
the Saviour repeated his Fraternal! throws away the beauty of the day- neglected. It would seem Inadvisable should become acquainted with ent-mir.ded dentist (extract- nn. n U

prophecIes of Ua approaching arrest Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. &: A. dawn on eyes that never appreciate to the extreme to Mrs. Gossip. She knows everythingor Ing nail from a tire of his car) : ; ('I1\NUI'U, '

-ruciflxlon, and resurrection, M., meets at city hall building 1st the beauty. He paints the exquisite 'spend thousands for advertis- at least she think she does-- "Quiet now. You won't feel this" 1111

for he wanted his disciples to be and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. coloring of the sunset and ing, and then neglect grading." past. present and future. I The following changes In sched }
for those great events; W. M. men rarely look In that direction. Little Francis Taylor, aged four, the S. A. L
prepared 1. T. Blackburn, It would not pay to advertise If a car stops at a neighbor'shouse ules are announced by
but they could not comprehend the O. J. Phillips, Secy. off-grade products, selling at Mrs. Gossip rushes to a was making every one's mouth water ly. Co., effective Dec. 15: : .'

significance of his words. Is Heaven a city foursquare I sacrifice prices: it will not pay window so that she may see whoIt when she was eating candy In Southbound t\\ 1

This lesson shows the Impor- TIIEUESSA BAPTIST CHURCH mean a literal city? I rather think to mis-represent; it is tragicto Is. On hearing any news she the first period study hall. Tuesday, No.1, duo Starke 11:1T: p. m. l '

tance of lowly service. It urges so. "You know Heaven couldn't be detract from the natural In- hurries to her nearest neighbor to April 11. She was a vialtor. local. rj

a simple life and humble cooperation Services will be held Saturday a city hanging up In space," is nerent good quality of Florida be able to be the first to tell the No. 11, due Starke, 0:35: a. m.
with all who work for before the third Sunday of each what a friend said to me. "Why fruits and vegetables by lack news. Her stock of expressions Is The actor: "I played to an appreciative local. '

Christ. month. not?" I inquired. "This earth Is of uniformity, poor grade and limited to "I guess," "I'll bet," crowd lout night. Not" No. 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m.

Today's lesson comes from 9th D. L. Phillips Pastor. eight thousand miles In diameterand pack. That Florida fruit and "don't tell" and "wonder why." one of the audience walked out. limited. i

chapter of Mark and In the first twenty-five thousand miles in vegetable shippers must be on Mrs. Goaslp has a party-line tel- Listener: "Yes, I heard you gave No. 191, due Starke 10:50: p. m.
and John sible, but in some way. circumference and it hangs in I benefit performance at the pen limited
verses Jesus took James the alert to improve their ephone, so of course, this keeps I t
"For he that is not against us "
and Simon and went upon a "high space. If God could hang all these grade and pack to survive the her will informed on' her friends' itentiary. Northbound ''INo.
mountain apart by themselves; andhe i Is on our part. In Matt. 12:30: worlds In space why couldn't He competition from other pro- business. When the telephone 2 due Starke 0:08: a. m. local. f.

was transfigured before them." Jesus says, "He that" Is not with create a city and hang It In the ducing areas Is inevitable. rings, Mrs. Gossip must stop to The ninth history class had one No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. If I :

The 'high mountain" was prob- me Is against me. sky He could If He wanted to." They cannot Improve the nat- "listen in" no matter what she Is test per week for three weeks In local J t

ably Mount Hermon, the summitof It Is explained by writers that ural quality." ? doing. What matters it to her If a row. No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. I \

which is 9,000 feet high and Is when considered under the different "I am ot interested In the A word to the wise Is sufficient, the bread burns or the meat local.
do If I
prepetually capped with snow. I conditions surrounding these 'sweet by-and-by' Is what a and our growers must be wise or sorches, if she hears what she con- He: "What would you Starke and Wannee Branch-No.
"
Moses and, Elijah appeared with two statements they are not contradictory preacher told me not long ago. "I they wouldn't be living in this, the siders the latest news? kissed you? 101 leaves StArke 7:00: a. m., No. ; I J

Christ in the transfiguration. On nor Inconsistent."For am Interested In the 'now-and- I most fertile section of Florida. Many people are like Mrs. Gossip She: "I never meet" an emergency 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. .' !

other occasions Peter and James whosoever shall give youa now' ", he said. That sounds wise, I Yours truly, although they do not Intendto before It arises. arise" T. J. Griffin, Agent. \
and John had been favored by Jesus cup of water to drink In my but the preacher was wrong. He I H. H. Young. be. He: "And what if one Clotting of Stalls' I "

and probably the other discipleshad name because ye belong to Christ Is interested In what Is to come after Lucille Edwards 12th.COMMRKCIAL She: "I'd meet,it face to face. South

become jealous and the quar- verily I say unto you he shall not this life I want to do all I can S -_. Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00'> I

tel referred to in today's lesson oc lose his reward. Small things real- to bring beauty and joy to the In the United\oTim State Dl.trlct Court : : NEWS The ninth science class' went to to a.m. ,; !

curred. ly make us our lives, and little human heart, but I know I can't Southern District of Florida. In Gainesville Friday. They went Train No. 107, letters, special. delivery i\ 1

And he came to Capernaum; acts "for Christ" make up the livesof stay here long. "Where do we go In HankruiHcy.Ito, JoRt-ph Can L mlti No.Harrell 44OK. Bankrupt Much interest was aroused In the museum and the radio station and special handling 10OO( ; .
of Interest. They
and being in the house he asked most Christians, and for them from here?" Is the question that of I-.awtvy, Florida, In the the Intra-mural contests held In and other places am'' '

Item What was it that ye disputed Christ will give a Christian reward. has confronted every human being. Counly of l Is Bradford.Notice herehy. given that the ,commercial subjects last week stayed from 8 o'clock a. m. to 2:30p. : North t

among yourselves by the way" 7 But Jesus again referred to the Surely God would not put this long- above named bankrupt wnh WR adJudicated Nearly all students In the Commercial m. Train No. 12, parcel post and! '\ I

Jesus' supernatural knowledge little child and said, "And whoso- Ing for Immortality in our hearts on December 27, 1832 has Department entered In the letters, 2CO: p. m. ;
showed him what they thought and ever shall offend one of these little and then disappoint our longing. all filed debt.application provable for against discharge nulil bankrupt from- contests. Those meriting highest "You remind me of the sea. Train No. 108, Letters, special 'j: I .

ones that believe in me, it Is bet- There must be life beyond this life, except mien aa are exempted by honors were: "Why? Because I'm wild, restless delivery and special handling 0:10: r '
said.'But law from such discharge and that a ?"
they held their peace; for ter for him that a millstone were or this life Itself has no meaning. hearing will he had before the un- Marjorie Stump-typewriting. and romantic p. m. .
by the way they had disputed hanged about his neck and he w dernlRned Referee on May 24, 1033 Genevieve Kenly-shorthand. "Nope. Just because you make Night malls close at 6:00: p. m*- '. j ,

among themselves, who should be were cast into the sea." KINGSLKY LAKE ChURCh at 305 10 Uraham o'clock Itulldlnw A. M."",, at JackKnnvllle hi. office,, Nelson\ Faulknerbookkeeping.Marjorie me sick." Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; i I

the greatest." The disciples were And better to enter eternal life Florida, and all creditors and other Stump averaged 43 1-8 train No. 2, North, 5:08: a. m. ,), j J

ashamed to tell Jesus the cause of maimed than-"to go to hell, Into There will be services at Kings- persons to then In Interest and there are nhow hereby cause notified Itany net words per minute on five suc- Our Farewell Address Starke and Bell Branch-Train i !

the controversy. They still thought! the fire that never shall be quenched. ,ley Baptist church Sunday. Preaching they have, why the prayer of cessive typewriting tests. Several FrIends and foes, No. 101. mall closes 7:00: a. m.. No. ,

Jesus. would establish a temporal ." by Rev. Wm. Bailey at 10:30.: aid petitioner should not be (rant students averaged between fifty As on time goes 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. { !

kingdom and would need a cabinet S Everybody welcome. Come and ed.Date, Jacksonville, Florida, April! and sixty gross words per minuteon I We ninth graders, Bliss BUN Srhmlulrs I

of' several members to aid him In CURISTS COMING worship with us. I IS, 133. MOnOAN V. JONES these tests.Genevieve Will become tenth raiders. Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. i I

his government."Then -- .1. L. Silcox, Clerk. Referee In Bankruptcy. Kenly transcribed a' Though some Northbound 0:0.1: a. m., 1:09: p. '

Jesus sat down, and call- (By Sterly Courtney) Gregg Test (new material) dictated Who are dumb, m, 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m. I'"

ed the twelve, and saith unto them, Lift your beads desponding Pilgrims CARD OF THANKS Renew Your Health at sixty words per minutefor Will remain behind; Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p I
If any man desire to be first, the five mnutes with an accuracy The rest will get In line 'm., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m. I

same shall be last of all, and servant Give the wind your needless fears We wish to extend our thanks to By PurificationAny of 99 per cent. She madeno To become tenth graders. Tickets and Information at .f
for deeds of Smith's Service Station next to ;1.
of all. For He died on Calvary's Mountain our many friends errors In transcribing her ,
Usually the man who desires to kindness and expressions of sympathy physician will toll you that notes but had three errors on her And so: courthouse, (

be first is detected and given a last thousand years. during the Illness and at "Perfect Purification of the System transcript one In paragraphing, This Is my farewell, too; '
He will reign a Is Nature J'ouudation oi
place in the work. Sometimes, We can read His righteous sen the death of our beloved daughterand Perfect Health." Why not rid one In punctuation, and one in cap- Though maybe I'll meet you, worn' (>*' TIIM 1'1.11'1'10''' 'I'
ever a proud conceited person bow-I tenceIn sister, Reba, and also for the yourself of chronic aliments that italization. Next year. Kim IMUCII.tlUJF) AM Al''ll:>llTIIATOI1 '

prosper. [ the crumbling thrones of earth, beautiful floral tributes. May nre uuderinining your vitality Nelson\ Faulkner made the SIXTH S OKADB To Whnm It May Concern) '
"And he richest blessings fall upon In bookkeeping. This Notlc. In hereby given that the
took a child, the and groanings promised God's Purify your entire system by taking highest grade
And signs undernl' ne him In the midst of them; and each and everyone.Mr. a thorough course of Caiotabi, test was objective covering practically almost Kutttte nf WIlliam O. Foreythe, dereanorl I
when he had taken him in his arms, second birth. and :Mrs. W. R. Halslop, -once or twice a week fat several: all the material covered dur- Well, folks I School Is havlnv fully and "atlnfaetorrdlMcharKeil \ .
That precede the over. From now on a lot of B. H. and performed his dutle f
he said unto them-whosoever shall and family. wl'lre-aml soo how Nature rewards ing the term.Awards admlnlmrator of
We can see the flaming tempestOf with an the above said
health.
receive one of such children In my swordOn S you will be given each of im will I on the IBIh day of June '.
His swift descending trumpeter has Calotab* purify the lilood by activating apply to the County Judge. a4 ,
name receiveth me; and whosoever all of the preaumptous sinners For 700 years a the liver ki shall receive me, receiveth not me, For misinterpreting His Word. sounded the "Morning Song" from and bowels. la 10 eti. and 35 ctn.packages. be given to the following studentsfor 'harlfe a. administrator of said e... .

but him that sent me." Whoever St. Mary's, Poland 13th century All dealer (Adr.) having netted 40 words per ICTAR BANDS tate J. A. lIayl..", I f

does a kindly act In Christ's nameto Ware living we are dwelling church. .---- I 4-14-Bt-.l-9. Adtiilni.trator.nrnrirn !'

even a little child, will In some that and awful time Ask dealer I
In grand ro'
mill
built a your
1776 Washington
In
way receive a reward.It IN TnI' NAI\r11 >
of telling 01" 'um STATE OBIt
appears that the disciples were In the age ages at Perryopolls which proved a bad -2" for new Premium 'I.OIUtJAI .
To be living is sublime. Investment.The l Greed Maketh the Road Hog ] appearing hy affidavit filed In
anxious to change the subject of He Is giving earth Its JudgmentsAs 4 Catalog. Moro that certain caime now pending In
discussion, "And John answeredhim does sound ) the Circuit Court, Hradfnrd County,

saying Master, we saw one I For the He seventh is the world's trump great Savior 1932 eclipse of the moon miles :j Hnvuiin tobacco Florida. t.Inl"' r 'h'rY/: ;:: /1.wherein complainant William .. '

casting out devils in thy name, was photographed from five and Mary J. Pordham In defendant,
and he followed not us; and we I i the'Bible; above the earth. In the middle of the street or highway, rides the road hog, a ton anda Is now and the relief prayed for I In, a divorce $
In it is found.God'8 and It appearIng that the
forbad him, because he followed, wrath for transgression'sdue half and more in weight. Like his farm-yard counterpart, some- used In JOHNRUSKIN.making aid. defendant la over the ae of
not ua." 1 The Pawnee Indians used a star times the road hog waddles, sometimes he grunts along, looking twenty-one yearn and 'In a non-reNl-
dent or the Htate nf
Florida defend
It comes as a surprise to learn On sins of dark and lighter hue. chart, painted on elk kln to guide neither to the right nor to the left. arit'n address being Child I PenniyN

that a man who was not one ofCb.rlst'8 As Satan's world Is gone away- them by night. r4a it the gr II''Ht vanla pemona, that In th.there Htate. !Ii of no Plurlrla.Person the or

immediate disciples was Christ coming in to hold the swayPRESBYTERIAN cigar value at Sc. service of proce upon whom would r
weeks In 1849, 't4
actually casting out demons During three % personally hind said defendant,
S It ,la therefore ordered that saId'
crossed the : size
through the name of Jesus. EvIdently nearly 18,000 people Smoke the non-renldent, defendant. Mary J. I,
John was surprised when he Missouri westward bound. -- : Korilhani, le hereby required to appear / !
prefer -
you to the bill of complaint filed ,\
MW him; and out of a mistakenzeal I, In said rauie nn or before the first ; .
for Christ, supposing that Services Sunday, April 23, aa follows The word "tariff" originatedfrom Perfecto Extra or day of May 1 31. oth.rwl.e" the al- .. I
they I collection of duty by earlyof lenatlone of sal'I. bill of complaint I
thus were serving his cause : Panelela. will be taken a. onnfeaiied by said
and upholding his honor the disCiples 10 a. m. Sunday school. Tarlfa on goods passing through defendant, and a decree pro confaaeo l

forbad him. 11 a. m. Worship, sermon by the Moslem rulers at the Spanish port jj i entered It U further against ordered her. that this order ,

"But Jesus saId Forbid him not: pastor: "A Sabbath Day's Journey the Strait of Gibraltar. be published once each week: '
for there is which shall doa With Jesus." 'g NOW for four coneecullve week In the :
no
man % Bradford County Telegraph, a newe.paper .
miracle In my name, that can 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. : publlehed' : and of general clr. ',I
lightly Baccaulearate servicesof ? dilation In Bradford County, FlorIda '. :,,1
8 m. Get Nights
speak evil of me. p. Why Up MORE HAVANA c .
Different writers have said the Bradford County Highat This the Silt day of March, 1933 'Ii. I
Christ never forbids kind of the High School auditorium.On THIS Z5c' TEST FREE A. J. THOMAS. : I
any .
Clerk of Circuit Court, I
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tribute to himself, however crude account of this service there If It Falls itradford mealy. ITliu .
and Imperfect it may be. All reverent will be no evening service of worship Physic the bladder\ as you would /4sc1IM&bUOADJESVILLE PARKS Solicitor M. for CAKMICHAEL Complainant, j!

use of the name of Christ is In the church this Sunday. the bowels. Drive out the Impurities v 4-1-tt-t-S. \
to be encouraged, not rebuked. Prayer meeting Wednesday at and excess acids which cause ( L MILD Referee In_Bankruptcy.IOTICK '

True likeness to the Saviour 8 p. m. the Irritation that wakes you up. -r : OP EI.KCTIOV ;
would lead us to rejoice that the A cordial welcome to all our services Get a regular 25c box of BUKETS, By the power vested In them by -

kingdom' of Christ. is advanced extended to all.MZTUODIST made from bucbu leaves Juniperoil ). the Hoard laws of nf Public the etale Instruction of Florida of Brad the .,

whether by a Presbyterian, an etc. After four days test if not ford County hereby calls an electionto ,f
episcopalian: CHURCH satisfied go back and get your Avarice makes the road hog. He right-of-way. He causes many of be held at Smoker, Florida for '
Meth- the of
a Baptist, or a purpose electingthree true- ,
Odist. This reply of Jesus, "Forbid 25c. They work on the bladder similar ,. takes delight in narrowly missing the accidents which result from teea and determining the amount
him not to castor oil on the bowels. pedestrians crossing street In holdIng Improper passing, from cutting In of mlllar to be aeeeneed against "
{ la a strong reproof to Krooker Hpeclal School Tax 1)1.j! '
bigots who are ready to deny the "The secret of living on friendly Bladder Irregularity Is nature's up traffic, in denying to others and out of traffic from driving on trlet Nn. 18 for the ensuing two -'
ChrIstian fellow men," will danger signal and may warn you of privileges which he accepts the wrong side of the road, and yearn, said election to he held on (.
or Churchly name to terms with our the Mth dar of April 1913. For the ,
those who are not of their set orOrgtj0. be discussed Sunday morning, 11 trouble. You are bound to fell bet- and In gleefully saying, "1 Just from going off the roadway. These purpose of hol.llnc this elctlon the 1
ter after this cleansing and you shaved that car." types accidents, according to the following are appointed: .-
Christians should o'clock by the pastor.
Water, W H. Harrell and
Seek to get aU men to any them&elves Young People's meeting 7 p. m. get your regular sleep. Mitchell's The road bog causes many accIdents book "They Call Us Civilized," J. Inland H. Kelly ?
Bukets Is best for the deaths of !: CANDY co. M4.NNINO. Chairman. ,
With Christ, as closely aa Sunday school 10 a. m. Drug Store says a at Intersections by refusingto were responsible AJ.. WiIi ORIi'FlS) Secretary <

lIlay be, and In the best way pos- No preaching at night seller. slow up to see who has .the nearly; 10,000 person last year. GaJnewllIe, Fla., Distributor a-l1-u--aJ. ______. ___,s4vi .

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: !: STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 21

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LETS NOT WELSH r I make him a world citizen. I wan beer" and the funn-pen
t,4 Bradford County Telegraph Lives a great religious life. It Is we got beer. We'v )

Congress last week turned Maybe You've From Other Pens According to this standard, how without it, all we want l1uIII never, "feu
Established 1877 many will measure up?-Tallahassee legal right to drink it the
thumbs down on proposed legislation -
to aid debt-burdened cities. Heard it But Democrat.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class One measure was the McLeod bill, ENTER COLLEGE THROUGH -o- It seems that the mi '?

!Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. which would enable cities to go EXAM DOOR SAVING AT THE,SPIGOT prosperity has refused ", ",ur n *the*
corner to
p i Into court and obtain moratoriumson because ther essay

L. Matthews_____________________Editor and Owner debt principal and Interest pay- DIRECTORS-MEETING We sincerely; hope that authori- The state budget commission's was nice a beer beer garden garden on it tnd It th *
ments for aa long: as ten years. The our state school recommendations for eliminationof there prosperit
ties who revamp
other, the Wilcox bill, would let In thesn days when business will cut loose from this a large part of the appropriations would push in the SWlngln
SUBSCRIPTION RATE cities and the district reduce the looks as if it had been going system of admitting high school going to the support of the and never get any furlher
In Advance around on a diet, here Is our Idea business 'various of state for really looks like we wer n
Months Interest and departments
p Yearly $1.50; Six 75c-Payable principal paymentsupon graduates to the universities with- In a t
their obligations, provided of what might be taking place behind the upbuilding of agriculture, are spot no matter what kind of
Advertising Rates on Application out examination.Let
I '
closed doors at an Important hand-spring the
considerable and well
they obtained an agreement with Its coming in for know
each tub stand on own cat
does.
Choke-
directors of the
creditors holding seventy-five per meeting and Justifiable-criticism. Such reductions -
i1S bottom. Put it up to the grade
Perhaps a sales tax would stop so many tax sales.o cent of their paper. The first measure you Shirt Company: I high schools to so teach the youth I on the face, appear to be -

?t : was tabled, and the latter indefinitely Meeting called to order by that those who seriously study with I false economy, a saving at the spigot After listenin' courteous and ?.
postponed.It the president. There's no use to i In view of going through to waste at the bunghole of thestate's teattve( to both sides I think the
end
I To be-er not to be-er, that is the question, says the Gads- seems that congress recog- go over the roll; everybody will be !college the can get the necessary financial barrel. are haywire. It'll take .?. mop

?. den County Herald. nized the unwholesomeness of too there-the company is still paying groundwork and know they have it As the Florida 'Grower points than a mere bottle of bee to, lllade
much haste In $5 for directors meetings. In the or break this country,
arbitrarily relieving into the examinationroom out, farm service agencies With
when
they go &1
o debtors of their Just obligationsto President, "The secretary will at the selected university. state would be wrecked in several without it, we'll rock along, put
y beer Interest and taxes their please read the minutes of the last since It Is evident that the.
Unmpires are wondering whether mugs are more pay on Leesburg Commercial. instance if these budget recom- bulk* '!
than bottles. agreed contracts. Such action If meeting. -o--- [.mendationa are carried out. Research the people got he idea that beer u
dangerous pop It should become widespread, would Secretary, "Meeting was calledto and extension work at the one of the answers to our trouble

a o aim one more blow at business order by the president. Roll i CONGRATULATIONSi ______ experiment station at Gainesville the sooner we quit foolin rOUlld

With Easter egg hunts over, the kids won't get another morale, which seems to be weakenIng called and all present but sixth and elsewhere In the state would and give It to 'em the better of!
fast enough as It Is. There Is vice-president Van Clapper who Is the recognition of Congressman have to be drastically curtailed, we'll DO*
d break until school lets out. an unpleasant term applied to doing a short stretch for snitching Lex Green's long and able the plant board, which in times _

y o to those who try to evade their pennes from Apple Mary. service in the house by his appointment -I past has not only saved the citrus The day we start passlnjegai out

with of humor named girl financial obligations some cir- "Old business;, Two unfinishedcross as' assistant party Industry from almost total extinc Deer tnere'u be a 'aamu
A Chicago woman a sense cles they are called "welshers.. word puzzles' were completed "whip" with direct supervision of tion, but proved of inavluable with Just about everybody and I hi.

t { triplets Kate Duplicate and Triplicate.o In & recent article, Roger Bab- except for a thirteen-letter word his colleagues from the southwest worth to growers of other products, brother grabbln' and snatchin' for

son, financial writer, says that meaning 'Egyptian household god' ern tier of state, Florida shares would be so badly crippled that it their first bottle. That' plain ,,.
reckless going Into debt was one "New business: 400-pIece Jigsaw the honors so bestowed. would be practically useless, lathe ery-day human nature, America
.1 's Don't be too lazy to work in the vegetable garden. The of the primary causes of the de- puzzle, 'Venetian Street The appointment was made by opinion of those who have care- will go for legal beer just like she

j neighbor's chickens are betting on you. pression."If Scent.' completed in one hour and Speaker Rainey of the house be- fully studied the proposed budget went for yo-yo and miniature golf
o the purpose of the Nat- twenty-eight minutes. cause of Congressman Green's cuts. I Alter the new wears off ma rmm
ional Bankruptcy Bill and the "Beer and pretzels were served long and faithful service to the I find they can get It when they
It wasn't so many years ago that summer wasn't officially Farm Mortgage Bill Is to facil- and meeting adjourned after sing- Democratic party and Is a tributeto : Entirely eliminated, also, would want it and where they want I It

is here until we had had a May pole dance. itate voluntary adjustment of ing the Choke-you pep song." his standing as a legislator. It I.be the agricultural extension service most of 'em will go about their
: Including state aid for farmland
President "If there are no cor- the : business and
Interest and debts to a basis of also was awarded because of forget all about it
o reality I favor It," Mr. Babson rections, minutes stand approved. wholehearted support accorded home demonstration agents.

e If April showers bring May flowers there is going to bei' says, "but we should not be too Seventh vice-president, "I President Roosevelt and his measures |Cattle tick eradication would be Most of the birds that are yap.
thought we served swiss on rye the Florida senior con- I,materially delayed on the eve of pin' for beer aren't
about relievIng by really as
hasty arbitrarily thristy
month.
i'i'i i ,: a lot of posies around here next : debtors of their Just obli- with the beer." gressman.-Lake City Reporter. |almost complete lifting of quaran- as they make out. A lot of 'en
o President, "So we did. Correctthe tine in the state. Other work car- wouldn't
probably drink
gations to pay interest and -o--- a pint a
Someone has remarked that early to bed early to rise taxes on their agreed con- minutes, :Mr. Secretary" Is THE TOY-STREWN HOUSE ried on for the benefit of rural year, but they've got enough of tin
. there any old business? people that woaMbe almost If not
tracts. If the debtor is made to old fashioned American idea of
4 makes a man healthy, wealthy and naive. Pause completely wiped out includes the
feel (From the North Carolina fair-play and
that aU he has to do is to a square deal In their
; President (hopefully), "Is there teaching of agriculture In the

o
} call on the government whenIn Christian Advocate.) make-up, backed with an Inherent
any new business ? schools. As Florida is
'' "United we stand divided we fall," wasn't referring to a pinch and the government Eighth vice-president (dramat- Give me the house where the toys an agricultural state It would essentially seem love of freedom, to demand the
will force creditor to legal right to drink It If
a sacrifice
farming activities, but it might well have been. for his benefit, then we ically), "Yes!" are strewn to be poor economy to withdrawall to without bavin' some simple they want owl
This unexpected turn.of affairs in the state
dolls from
t : Where the are asleep support fostering
> o have established a dangerous accuse 'em of beln" a traitor to
| causes a. near',riot and the president chairs, agricultural research work as well
k1 '; A recent visitor here said that Starke was one of the precedent. It would underminethe raps for order. Where the building blocks and the as educational courses. connected and their ordeA.country and, an enemy of law
integrity of the and
;: cleanest little. towns it had been his pleasure to see. encourage free and people President, "Order, order!I" toy balloon I with agriculture.
easy prac- This exclamation was Ill-timed. And the soldiers guard stairs; It Is pointed out by'critics of the
r 0 tice of going Into debt, which, Maybe beer Is a curse and
The directors think the president may
Let me sleep in the house where budget cuts for agriculture that
4t i We'll never have complete World peace as long as we as I have said, was" the cause I, is telling them be has an order the tiny cart I the.,state would have to put up less 1 be it ain't. Anyhow a lot ot good |
of this like
men Lincoln
depression. Washington and
% and : ,
) for shirts pandemonium
With Its horses rules the floors, than $54,000 to
; ''l1;.J, have railroads vs trucks and prohibitionists vs beer Mr. Babson continues: reigns. carry on extension : Jefferson had access to the bran
; And the rest comes into my weary worto in Florida. The Federal government !
0 "Exponents of partial or total President, "No. No order. Quiet heart, would then set aside $11>2O ,- rail and unless the guys that write

s Shaw be right about Americans being "dear boobs." debt cancellation talk as if please. Now Mr. Swlget. whatIs For I am at home once more. ( Odo"( practically three dollarsto history are goofy, they turned out
3 h may there were a clear division between this new business you wish to one. Florida's to be pretty good citizens. If they

1' We printed every word he said on his recent visit here debtors and creditors, come before the directors?" Give me the house with the toys this $152,000 proportionate will be collected partof were with us today I don't think

i' 0 that the creditors were all rich Mr. Swlget. "I wish to report about in Florida through federal taxes, any of 'em would turn you over to
people and the debtors all is the police If you asked 'em to
that the Marrow shirt
Fishermen, golfers and those who like to do a little extra poor company With the battered old string: of whether we use it or not, as Flor-
"come and bottle of
people. Nothing could be far- putting three more pins in their ida contributes over sample a
i loafing are eagerly awaiting- Thursday half-holidays ther from the truth. There to new shirt than we are." cars eral taxes from to the various fed- home-brew" and if you happenedto
The box of paints and the books which It Is derived
p4N no clear-cut distinction be- Chorus, "The dirty crooks-they left out and is entitled to receive Its fair be thirsty they would probably
.e, tween debtor and creditor us-v-.I we know a couple of good telephone
promised
r; Every. farm should have two gardens.. Flowers brighten classes. Every holder of a savings : thought And the ship with her broken share, of the general distribution. number.,

L'' r' up a house, and vegetables look mighty good on the table. bank pass-book, every life President, "Gentlemen, gentle spars; -- "farm. In commenting services on the cuts given
In house at the the Grower
Let me sleep a charges I
Insurance policy holder, every men. Order please, This Is a close of the I I that the budgetary body has been Whether we like it or not the
day I
widow situation-and demands dras- majority of the citizens of these
or )
orphan dependent grave
o lan
\\J. Scientists tell us that the sun gets hotter (during periods That Is littered with children's grossly unfair to farmers and
annuity, or on support from tic action. What;do you propose? United States of America are
; of depression. Well, at least that helps us to save on fuel. endowed charities whose funds Ninth vice-president, ;"More toys I grower of by showing that the "wet. They've tried the Noble
the group agencies of
And dwell once more In haunts particularly
and found It don'twork.
0 are Invested In bonds and pins value to them Experiment
would be
cut
x 65.5
Tenth vice-president "B u t of play They've found that prohibition
Is
mortgages a creditor and
{ State wants to know why theydon't I per cent, whereas on all the
; A Washington weekly It is these creditors who wouldbe there's'no place left on the shirtsto With the echoes of bygone noise. re- doesn't prohibit and that you

(i,, tie a little bottle of syrup to the new pancake hats. harmed most of all If com- put them." I maining items included in the budget cannot legislate morals. They
'
i 1- President "Where is the Mar- Give me the house where the toys the proposed reductions would .
: settled the
thought they'd
'a argument
0 pulsory or confiscatory abrogation be.,equal to only 18 cent. "Economies
1'i are seen per
row shirt putting them? last November. Roosevelt
of company
contracts should be
'i;--Y The key station in Ed Wynn's new radio chain will beN allowed. Furthermore you can- Mr. Swlget, ""No one seems to The house where the children that would be the result of understood It that way and so did

WYNN. It's a good thing he changed his name from Leopold. not expect to obtain the neces- know, really, but Is is rumored romp the budget recommendations, even Congress. Now It seems the FlorIda -
sary credit for business expansion that they are making their tails And ril be happier than man has taking,the figures of the commission House concurs. As this Is writ
fl if lenders have two Inches longer, in order to get been as correct says the Grower, ten the Florida Senate Is runnln'
h c ,s', Cheer'up I An Indiana man who was in bad health twenty ance that their contracts no assur-will In the three extra pins and makeus I 'Neath the gilded home of pomp. "amount to $4,205,629 or $17.897.- 'round In circle tryin' to make up
519
;ii l years. ago built his own coffin. He recently celebrated his be held valid." look cheap.", Let me see the litter of brighteyedplay claimed leaving $12,591,690. Of this its mind. But no matter what
saving, $1,370,149
would
President "What about under wit lbe 3.2 beer n
Debt nappens there
readjustment Is
'f" 100th birthday. an enor- be
/ Strewn over the floor made on agricultural items, cutting -
mous problem but there must be the left arm? parlor I Florida as long as there are customers
,n o some way out without resorting to Mr. Swlget "We*'' have a pin And the Joys I knew ina far-off 361. these All from $2,089,510 to $719- willing to pay for It. The

Do, you remember the days when a woman had to remove the unsavory practice of "welsh there." day remaining agencies wouldbe question Is, who to goin' to pocket

;:+, her hat in the movies so that the person in back of her ing."" above President the ,button"What on about the right Just Will more.Whoever gladden. my heart once $12,972,329 reduced only, or from but 2835680.$15,808,809to the profits? .

!'i could see the show ? -- cuff." On the face of the above figures, Lighthouses are few on the East

? o WE MAKE IIISTOItr Eleventh vice-president, "We has lived In a toy- which are presumed to be correct: Coast of South America.
started putting two there Just last strewn house It would appear that the budget
$,
; ;1 The Dead Sea isn't dead anymore since engineers discovered In a recent'article Walter Llpp- month." Though feeble he be and gray commission In wielding the econ- Monteviedo: rank among: the

;:: that its water contains chemicals estimated to be man says, '"It has fallen to this Mr. Swlget, "If you wflll excuse Will yearn, no matter bow far omy knife has slashed too deeply -

I;,' worth twelve hundred billion dollars. generation to live in one of those me, Mr President, really I he roam the departments of state govern- beautiful cities of the world.
j conjunctures of human affairs don't think It advisable to use any For the glorious disarrayOf ment set up to aid the farm and The boat built at Saba Island
it o which mark a crisis In the habits, more pins at this time. We are the little house with littered fruit grower In the battle for ex- are the best In the Carribees.
V!. '', Mrs. Roosevelt is stealing the Prince of Wales' act. She the customs, the routine, the Inherited being sued now for $1>0,000 by the floor istence. Florida farmers must
1 --
,: was thrown from her horse into a mud puddle this week. The method and the traditional wife of one of our customers who That WAS: his In the by-gone days ,I. thrive and prosper If the state Is Oaxaca, Mexico, Is the metropolis

,:! Prince hasn't ben thrown for months. Ideas of mankind. There is no mis- claims that she left her husband And his heart will throb aa It I to live. Florida's wealth is In the of a large mineral region.Women
"' taking that we are in the midst of undoing a new shirt and when she throbbed before ,soil and the state must stand;wlth -

4*! .t."). 0 one of the great revolutionary perIods returned thirty minutes later he When he rests where a baby I and back of the man who is toiling beat, the drums for the

4 : Pope said that a man should never be ashamed to say of history, and that upon our had gone completely mad and was plays. with the soil to develop that dyke war dance In Borneo
.... generation and Its successors the still extracting pins and gleefully wealth.-Ocala
that he has been in the which is but saying in other Author Unknown Star. -
wrong task is Imposed of discovering and pushing them in an Angora cat." a 0I' Haiti has more burros per square
'a words that he is wiser today than he was yesterday. organizing and establishing a multitude President,I,"Then what do you WHO IS THE EDUCATED MAN mile than any other country.

: i o of new relationships among propose.. Mr Swicet?" I''
) .
N the peoples of this 1- :Mr. Swlget "i think the boo (Late
planet. only the
.t The
elevators
News from Wauchula ,says 'that there is at last one in- After Is our'pins question frequently arisesas Huge grain grace
reading the above statement way out to make.. .05 to who Id the best educated man harbor front of busy Buenos Aires
,, ... dustry in the country where demand exceed supply. They It la amusing If not quite reassuring Inch longer than those of the Mar- in the community, and almost In- I I ""So

i' can't get enough frog legs down there to fill orders. to find that In this row shirt company" varlbly the amount of book learn- elassif) One of Porto Rico's outstanding
epochal year of our Lord, 1933 A. Chorus "BraVot' The day Is Ing possessed by the Individualwill needs Is a good fishing fleet.
y 0 D. the saved! Good old By RUSSELL
following bills have been Swlget! turn the scales In KAY
his
favor.
.1 Ocala stores have'decided they will not close up On Thurs- among those occupying the minds President "Bring. on the beer But In very truth there are a number Secretary Florid. Pr,,, AMOCWlotFor Colorado in""the; past five year

; day afternoons during the summer. Don't tell us that business and time of the members of the and pretze ." of men and women who had want of some thin' betterto has planted 25: to 30 million fists

is so rushing they have to stay on the job that close. Florida Legislature during the first Seventh vice-president, "I beg the advantage of only a fow grades do, I drifted over to the legis- -
two weeks of its present session: your pardon-the beer and swiss In public school, who are far aheadof lative beer hearln the 'other day A 28 story building In San Fran
0 A bill regulating the sale of wa- on rye.. others in the essential elementsof and after listenln' to all the pro cisco houses a church, and a hotel
\
r '('f\ A Spanish rector has invented a new science colled "caco- termelon seeds. President" "Well, anyway the a true education. This Is stressed and con I've just arrived at the -

'1', ; .!'.. tologia". There isn't much hope for it, however. Technocracy A bill relating to the practiceof beer. I in Albert Edward Wlggin's new conclusion that we are all crazy.; Reddish egrets are found on
midwifery In this State.A -o- --- book "The Mark of an Educated Green Island In the Rio Grande.

. k lived but a few weks and was far easier to pronounce. bill to give $:W>,OOO.OO to Julia HOT STUFF Man." These are a few sign culled Of course It might have been

.r7 0 Malllefert. mother of the convict from the work! which denote a classed aa a new source of revenue The object glass of the Lick observatory

,, A Lake City theatre is giving free tickets to girls who who died in the sweat box at the "Doctab," asked a lady of color, truly educated man: and therefore frowned upon by the weigh 833 pounds.
r-' Sunbeam prison camp last June. "Ah's come to see if yo* am goingto Cultivates the open mind. administration but If you ask me, -
mothers wash the dishes.
help their But in these days this
A blU to prohibit Issuance of order Rastus one o' dem mus- Never laughs at new Ideas. they sure overlooked a big bet Summer tourist visit the Hebrides -
, ; offer is not likely to over-tax: the seating capacity of the death warrant or executions of tard plasters agin today?" Knows the secret pf getting when they let spectators In free. an account of the scenery.

', house. state prisoners during the month of "I think he had better have one along with other people. They could have sold tickets to the -
wn/ 0t December.A more." answered the medico. Cultivates the habit of success. hearing and made enough jack to The glass vases of Venice became

bill providing that bird dogs "Well, be says.to ax yo' kin'he Knows a* a man tblnketh, so I* darn near balance the budget. famous in the 16th century.
t Burmese women wear copper bands that stretch their shall be allowed to run at large have a slice o' ham wid it, 'countof

,i'' ; necks several inches beyond the ordinary length. The return during AprU May and June.COLONEL it's a mighty poW>ful prescription 1 he.Knows popular notions are (Iways AU I got to say Is, If folks get Thirteen operations are requiredto
N -o---- to take alone.-Exchange. as cock-eyed drlnkln' 3.2 beer as convert bunting Into U. S. flags'Dentex
;t of short dresses would have the same effect on the male half WEEKS ,. wrong.
I Always listen to the man who they seem to get talkin' about It, -
of the population. the streets of Starke where he wasa knows. .It'll be good. Taltt about melodrama fish, common in the Med

S rr CoL W. T. Weeks Is gone and familiar figure until shortly be- Link himself with a great cause. say, if this new brew could iterranean, are esteemed as food-
"o' school I with, him goes the glamour and fore his death. Regularly, twice a Build an ambition picture to fit do half the anti crowd say It can, -
Apparently boys are not the who
only pull
r ones glory of a period which can be but day, he made the' long walk from his abilities. it's got cynalde of potassium look- Benedict Arnold's estate vrai
tLL boners. The Golden Book says that Oliver Goldsmith in "The faintly reflected in the pages of home to town where he visited Keeps busy at his highest nat- in" like baby's milk and on other confiscated when his treason be

M4 Deserted Village" unjustly accuses the state of Georgia of history books. lie was a symbol the old haunts of his earlier active ural level. ) hand If Its medical value to as patent came known.

: 've crouching tigers who wait their hapless and -our last Confederate Veteran life.He Know it to never too late to as the wets claim, Father John
: j prey; an example of the true Southernerwho will also be greatly missed learn. might as well fold up his medicine The word -f':: ; "- originate

If ,Charles Dickens in "Nicholas Nickelby" has the pupils of fought for what be believed by the member of the United Never loses faith In the man he show and take out a_beer license. from collection of duty by earlY

';'1 Dotheboys Hall ordered to crack the Ice in the pond one mo- wan right and could do no more- Daughters of the,Confederacy as might have been. of Tarlfa on goods passing through

"'t jnent and weed the garden the next. but most of all he was a good man. they honor one more grave on memorial Achieves the masteries that One side yells "we want beer" Moslem ruler at the Spanish Prt
"The Colonel" wU be missed on day.. i while the other aide yelp "we don't the Strait of Gibraltar.PAGE .
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