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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IOLUMB> F'1 FTY-SIX STABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY!: 23, 1934 NUMHKK SIXTEEN d.: : '

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; Lecturer Registration Books Council Warns Bradford Bounty, Faces Larson Changes Date Cuts
Strawberry Week State RollsOfCWAWorkers ;
amous Will ''Be Open Soon Berryless" Berry \VeeKAs For Deputy Collector > b I .
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In4 County Precincts Shipments Decrease To Aid Folks HereA .

ToSpend2Days' Stores To Pay' --- To Be Observed ;

Registration books for the general Bradford County today faced the deputy collector of internal ; 1f; s. jl
1 1Dismiss
primary election In June will prospect ot"a strawberryless revenue will be in the court house

' Visiting County open In the districts throughout City i t LicensesWill "Strawberry Week" as shipments Throughout StateSponsored here Thursday March 8, instead 360 Here }
the county March o and will remain continued light following the Vreez Wednesday March 7, as previously i '

open there until April 2. Citl ing temperatures of several weeks announced. This change in date
seas may register there each week! was made this week by J. Edwin I"f.\\ ,
Ilr. FlHeld Expected Here InMiddle day from' 9:00: o'clock a.m. until Be Given Ten Days After ago.Not over twenty-five crates were By State Marketing Larson collector of Internal reve- Efforts Will Be Made To Retain ': i\ ; t '
Of Mareh-WIU Final Notice Has Been Bureau As Part Of Florida ,
Employment Of Mont ;
12.00 o'clock noon and from 2:00 shipped out of here by express It is d1tIt

Give Talk o'clock p.m. until 5:00: o'clock p.m. Sent-Out said, and few left by truck Foods Drive nue.The deputy will be here for the Needy_Case ,j x( k"" f fBeginning ,.I

The books will be moved to Supervisor It will be Match 28, growers belleve purpose of assisting taxpayers In ? I'
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Dr. J. W Flfleld noted lecturer The city counc'I at Its Tuesday Other parts of Florida and the today Bradford County y
of Registration H. C. before berries begin movingIn making out their Income tax returns -
will be shown the points of Interest Wall's office here on April 3 and night meeting sounded a final carload lots nation will honor Bradford County; for the year 1933. will be allowed only 612 emf.'w't.''' 'f

tin Bradford County and the Immediate will remain open through May 3. warning to all person. who have from Feb. 26 to March 3, whlclA has ployees on Civil Works r''.
vicinity, during two days in been proclaimed "StrawberryWeek" tratlon projects, It was announced + 1 fat
|the middle of March it was decided observing the same hours for open- not yet paid their occupational licenses by the State Marketing Bu- Growers headquarters here following orders "
Ing and closing as In the districts. City' Hall n Open X Many Sigh
'I as it announced that Just
:, by the Business Mens Club of reau as part of Its "Featuring from Washington and Tailsr
1 Starke at its Monday luncheon. I' Democratic white primaries were I ten days would be given them to Florida Foods" campaign. Cover hassee. This reduction will neces h

I The famous lecturer Is now mak officially called for Florida on June pay up from date of notice. It is nor Sholtz has appealed to residents sltate'' dropping approximately 300 ,,4M, n
I 5 and June 26 by the State Democratic Contract
ling a tour of twenty-eight Florida Committee this understood that notices were sent For BusinessCompleted and visitors in Florida to observe1 Hog-Corn workers from the payrolls here.
meeting out to the
delinquents on Thursdayof '
towns under the auspices of cham week In Jacksonville. this week by availing them Since receipt of the order Wed
hers of commerce and wrote that I this week. selves of the opportunity to use nesday, case workers at the CWA. ''J'
I he would be unable to reach here The council also took up the Building Presents At- Florida strawberries liberally. The County Agent Wishes To Have office here have been keeping into

I until sometime in March. Green Is Given matter of securing a tract of land tractive Appeurance-Coet Governor thinks that the people of: All Eligible Signed By hours .In an effort to work out a

I Dr. Flfield Is employed by the for an airport In this county and. City Little this state are fortunate in being March 1 plan whereby those most needy and \
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I I Santa Fe Railroad In an effort to the'following Committee; was appointed able to include at this time of the deserving could be retained for

I stimulate interest in travel., He is to try to secure a suitable Tuesday night, for the first timeIn year fresh strawberries as a partof Hundreds of farmers throughoutthe CWA employment It is hoped that i ,

leathering material In Florida Legion Award location: W. M. Edwards W, E. a long time, the city council met their dally menu. county are signing contractsfor an,' Arrangement( can be worked out b

I which he will use in hla lectures In Middleton and T. N. Kendrick; amid new and delightful surround. According to the best Informa- the government's corn and hog so that those with the largest number

I other parts of the country and it It was decided that the council Ings. No, more I did the steps sagas tion available, the first strawberries reduction program according to L. of(;dependents can be kept on n

u 1)3) believed that this publicity arils Jones Longford White Pot would pay the light bill for the the councilmen entered the city: to be produced and marketed T. Dyer farm agent.Arrangements ,.the,payroll.

(prove valuable to Bradford County. Honors Starke CongressCongressman' -. American Legion Hall because the half. and no mpre did the floor In this state were grown and ship- have been made ''Thin'reduction which Is effective v i

I While here It Is planned to show roan use! of It is being donated as a sew- boards creak, ns they filed Into ped from Bradford County In 1882. Mr. Dyer said to have one or more today/' in line with the tapering
their In 1886 Dr. D. E. Saxton is reported committeemen at the court house n
+ I the lecturer 'in detail bow the ing room for CWA workers. meeting'' room. Gleaming off'of.CWA work now in
e white walls reflected the of: to have produced the first straw- here each day during the next progressIn
I strawberry Industry is carried onI R. A. Green was The clerk was instructed by the glow aU parts of the country. Many
t I He will visit the' potato fields this week awarded the Legion Dlstlnguished street committee to notify E. K. i new lighting fixtures; even chairs berries to be grown In South Flor- week so that every farmer who Is of those\ who are cut off today will t

' I around Brooker and It Is also planned Service Medal for 1933! Perryman that something! must be and tables bad been given a new ida at Homeland in Polk County. .eligible may be signed up by Feb- ,be placed, on direct relief rolls, It Is
e to have him visit Keystone by the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post done with the woodshed now stand- lease on Ufe' and their highly polished Early settlers in the Plant City March 1. expected.. ;Y
the area took the production of The following In. the styling of
smiles up
' I Farms' and' tie No. 56. aces'tnirrowed
Heights Penney ing on his property.A :
strawberries in the late '80's and : i Almost i all of those to be droppedI
of highly pleased councilmen. a the contracts which are being signed ?
I RaIford
at ,,
Farm .
Florida State In the the local
award
making fire insurance In'
y policy of 42,000 administrative, construction,
Hotel has offered To make a long story shortthenew gradual increase in acreage folllowed. by the farmers:
I The Magnolia post wrote Congressman Green as I was placed on the new city hall until sewing and clerical divisions willbe'
f1 I Flfield while he Is city.hall was being used for 1. Reduce the acreage planted to i
to entertain Dr follows: the agent has had time to securea : from the local projects It is
being the first time. 'Although paintershad During the last week In Janu- field corn (hereinafter referred to
(Imad4 here 'and arrangements of'the are You are advised that the Jones- new rate. not put the finishing touches ary, 1908, 15,360 quarts of berries as "corn") /in 1934 on the farm described liallt,'siJ1ce Federal and state projects
to take care nominal Langford-White Post I No. 56 the W. L. Wall chairman of. the to the floors until Thursday after- were marketed In Plant City and above (hereinafter referredto are mandatory and must be +41
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fee which the lecturer. charges per. American Legion has Just awardedyou council was thanked for the Inter- I continued through the appropriation
noon, City Clerk Carl Johns was In the corresponding week in 1933, as "this farm") not less than
I I day.Dr.. Flfleld has said that he the Legion Distinguished' Serv- est he took in construction of the doing business Wednesday morning (twenty-five years later), 716,860 I twenty per cent below the adjusted made for the 612 workers. '

I would to speak once or ice Medal for 1933. -,? city hall. on the old location. but in a new quarts were marketed at that average acreage planted to corn However, workers may be tranferr r,
be glad It' wish of his The victories* of peace and the : stand. place or In other words whereone for 1932 and 1933 on the land now .d from local to Federal or state s '
twice here if ta the
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I *' character of Its heroes are all Important Sternbergfs Store Residents here will tell you that quart was marketed twentyfive In this farm (hereinafter referredto work,
I sponsors.. a in the affairs of men and I Alladln and his lamp had nothing years ago, forty-seven quartsare as the "1932-33 average corn ,All projects listed to date under
!- j are entitled to recognition. Distinguished Has Modern, Front on Roosevelt and his CWA for now sold on the same market. acreage"). The producer may In the CWS are to be resubmitted on "

\\Strange Florida Animal service has properlybeen Starke has a new $6,000 city hall During the past season that of 1934. retire from corn productionas CWA forms and sent to Tallahassee
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Being Exhibited Here awarded a place of honor. and it coat the town only approxi- 1932-33, there were shipped out of many acres In excess of such! for.approval after which theyi
Workmen are now engaged in the state rail 2,084 carloads of will. be s known as CWA projects. "
This award 2s. bestowed in mately $100. This small expendi- by twenty per cent as he may desire,
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recognition -
putting the finishing touches to the This> .tr,.transferring does not Include 4 4teachet'a
strawberries with estimated
an but reduction hereunder
ture
Said to have been captured In of your community service; was made'necessary by materials corn payment -
remodeled front of
the Florida Everglades,' capturedby untiring effort In the behalf Sternberg'sBtore. running a little short to- value of 3392432. It Is estimatedthat shall. be made only .on a projects.
Seminole Indians and finally of your all civic improvements popular department.-..tore ward the end of the project. an additional 412' cars were number of acres retired from corn .'The total expenditure for all regular -,
; your
Relchbacb Ger- [ here, and N. Sternberg proprietor The new had :which somewhat hauled out by truck or consumedIn production pursuant to this con- and emergency purchases of '
Ben both with personal "
acquired By generosity your to be able to have the win-
hopes the state, total materials, between now and March is
man animal trainer*, the strangest service and means, to the citizens resembles the Woman's Club build giving a produc- tract not in excess of thirty per
dows dressed for Saturday shop- tion of 2,496 carloads ''valued at 1932-33 1 will be. limited to 92,003 it was yl}
animal ever' seen In'this city'.will: of Starke and Bradford County; ing In architecture has ample cent of such average corn i
I be .on exhibit through Saturday. your unselfish, tireless and faith- pers. :room for all the needs of the ad- 3762232. acreage, unless otherwise authorized ordered. ,
(Mayor W. Middleton'gave permission ful efforts in behalf of all ex-serv The store with its marble and ministration of the town's affairs. Of the 2,084 carloads of berries by the Secretary. The acres on .

| for the exhibit because of ice men both,. personally and in the plate glass front is now one of the When next you go to pay your shipped last season 1,345 cars were which corn reduction payment will "Jimmy And Sallf f

[ its educational value.. National Hodse of Representatives, D\ostJ\ attractive and, modern appearing light bill you will first enter a shipped from Hlllsborough County. be made (hereinafter referred. to To The Ritz
The animal has no name and has and your unblemished record of efficient shops in this part of the. .large unfurnished room which la to Plant City is often called the winter as the "converted acres: ) shall be Coming

never been identified by zoologists. service to your nation and state. Steinberg's Store la keepIng be used during elections and for strawberry capital of the na marked for identification as the Y

I It is the size'of a large monkey your fellowman, over a long periodof pace with the general Improved other similar functions; opening to tion. Florida counties next In pro- Secretary may direct. "Jimmy and Sally." which will
has a nose like a"fox terrier a appearance of the town which has : the right Is the office of the clerk duction were: Hardee 228 cars, 2. Reduce In 1934 the number of be at the Rita Theatre, next Tues-
years.We
J plume-lUce tall.like a fox. orange bear in mind particularlyyour resulted from the Civil Works pro- !who will still take your money Polk 187 cars, Bradford 109 cars. hog litters farrowed on this farm day'' and Wednesday Is ,a comedy

yes like an owl, fingers like a hu- whilst member of the gram. 1 (there Is nothing new about that). Strawberries are grown for home and farrowed by hogs owned by romance that Is said to be thoroughly 4f
efforts a
man being, jnd'last but not. least. state's ,It you remain In a good humor after use and local markets in practically him 'not located on this farm suited to Jimmy Dunn who

:It grunts like a pig. Floslda attendance Legislature law, for and our the wid- EDITOR TO SPEAK I paying you ,light bill and have every county in the state but (hereinafter referred to a* "1934 plays. the leaclng role. ?w

dlr.Reichback now -spends his school Dr. William 1... Pettlngill of Wil- time enough to look around, you the 'commercial production is cen- litters") twenty-five pre cent be- Jimmy cast a* a high pressure

winters In'Florida, living in tour- ows pension law;, your and tempering mington, Del., Bible teacher, editorof might walk to 'the rear of' the tered in the counties mentioned. low the adjusted annual average press agent Is so sold on himself

ists:camps and caring for a few of mercy with Justice while protecting of "JusWa Word" and former dean building where you will find a room The' strawberry, season usually number of litters owned by him that he neglects his girl friend. Sht H+,
and widows Judge
his favorite animals. orphans "a of the Philadelphia School of the with cells for city prisoners a begins November with express when farrowed In 1932 and 1933 happens to be smarter than h* believes ?
In- our county; your authorship as Bible will hold a one night's conference room for which a use has not yet shipments, followed by carload (hereinafter referred to as "1932- her to be and as a result he
School children are especially of legislation .
animal tree member of Congress at the Mission Hall Friday been found, and>storage room for shipments In December and con 33 litters"); and reduce the numberof gets more than one surprise.
vtted to see the strange establishment of the navalstores
()f charge. for the station at Olus- evening; March 2. We are greatly the city-truck-not the fire truckas tinuing into May 'giving Florida hogs produced for market from Dunn who' sings for the first ;

S ---- .- experiment of the privileged to have this great worker was at first planned.All growers a six months marketing such 1934 litters twenty-five' per time on the screen, renders a y'
tee Florida the surveying for the Master who" time Is In' all It la a'neat Job and :season 'with little competition from cent below the adjusted annual average sparkling song entitled "It's the
County Accepts Bids canal across North Florida and for booked months ahead to visit our residents here can now point with the beginning of the shipping sea- number of hogs produced for Irish In Me." ul

On Court House Work the establishment Petersburg of the Soldlers'Home work and those who have heard pride to the city hall instead of son in November through February market from such 1932-33 litters. )Claire Trevor as Sally Is said to
Florida
at St. him 'some. living as far as fifty banging their heads as they were In March Louisiana and Texas 3. Not Increase on this farm In be both charming and appealing In ,

-The. Board of County Commissioners Your sterling character togetherwith miles away have signified their Intention want to do when forced to direct usually begin shipping. berries In 1934 above 1932 or 1933 whicheveris the role of Jimmy's new sweet

Wednesday awarded the your signal accomplishments, to attend this meeting. All strangers to the condemned building carloads although Florida supplies higher: (a) The total acreage of heart, ti}

bids for tint eo Dty'a part of the well entitle you to the designationas lovers of Bible truths especially Invited which the city clerk used to about eighty-five per cent of the crops planted for harvest plus the i

court house addition expenses to! gentleman., statesman scholar and ,everyone welcome.. _call home. ____ berries during this month. In contracted acres; (b) _The acreage Judge Kelly Nominated t
the Bradford.-County Hardware and humanitarian1! therefore our m April Louisiana is Florida's strongest planted to each crop for sale, des

Company' and Quigley Davis post has awarded you the Legion competitor followed by Ala- ignated as a basic commodity In ,For Enforcement Honor ? '
Build
Strawberries HomesOf
both Stark firms. The county's Distinguished Service Medal, for Help bama, Texas, Arkansas .California, the Act; (c) The total acreage of l,

portion of expense for court house 1933.. Mississippi North Carolina and feed crops other than corn and Judge J. R. Kelly of Madison ha

materials amount to $2,300. c ''Very respectfully yours, Tennessee, hay; (d) The number of any kind been nominated for the medal of- +

Materials are being placed on the C. H. 8ISTRUNK. Commander.Jone.LangfordWhlte Many Bradford Countians A number of varieties of straw- of livestock other than hogs desigsated fered to the Floridian who contributed '

site an dactual construction: on the Post 56. berries, have peen .triedd out by as a basic commodity In the most to law enforcement In

addition will begin Monday morn- American Legion.N. -- Florida' growers. The principalones' Act (or a product of which Is so 1933 It was announced this week.

Ing, architects- charge of the D. WAINWRIGHT. Jr.. were the Newman: Klondyk, designated) kept on this farm for 'Judge Kelly was nominated by m:
To Is handled
some people a strawberry on a cash basis.: 'Approxi qas'DIXIe
work stated., Adjutant Blakemore and the Missionary. Of sale ((01' the sal of product thereof -
Jr. state's
Just a strawberry but to many mately twenty-fly. per cent of the Beggs attorneyof
Jones-i-Angford-White 56
< Post these varieties the Missionary has ). And not Increase the numberof P.naacola.'who said "Th Important 1;
people In Bradford County the 1* DOW handled through i
crop cooperative -
LAWTET TO BE MAPPED American Legion.. much In proven th." most satisfactory: for feeder pigs bought In 1934 above cases In which b. has played -
means 'y.8
strawberry
BY U. or. F. STUDENTSThe .Upon being advised that' the crop income marketingorganizations, commercial purposes and Its adoption the adjusted average number for a' part' are too numerous to
the way,of producing an the balance I* handled by indepen-
-' Jones-Langford-Whlt Post bad by Florida growers has been 1932 and 1933. enumerate,
From which homes have been built, dent buyers or brokers.
people of Lawtey should be- awarded him the Legion Distinguished children educated and schools and almost universal. 4. Not increase I In 1934 the aggregate Judge Kelly recently announced
gin to be worried-they're going to Service Medal for 1933. churches built and maintained.The For many year Florida strawberries Early shipments of berries from corn acreage on all other that he would oppose R: A. Green 51

be mapped, and 'sociology students Congressman R.'A. Green said: industry! has contributed were shipped In quart cups (Florida were mad In open crate. land owned operated or controlledby In the race for Representative to

from the University of FlorIda "Words are Inadequate to express much towards the success and In 32-quart containers when'moving The need for' a more satisfactory him which is not covered by a Congress from the Second Congressional pt
Studies of more than fifteen my profound gratitude to the of merchants crate and In carlots by freight; or 32, 64 method however led to the development Corn-Hog Reduction Contract District.DELIGHTFUL .
prosperity
small communities In the state will members of the Jones-Langford- or 80 quart pony refrigerators by of the refrigerator container above the average for such land a
manufacturers, fertilizer companies -
be conducted under the direction of Whlt Post No. 56,< the American cup: express. The past few years have which* said to have been invented for 1932 and 1933; and not have PROGRAM

Dr. Lucius M. Bristol of the soclolgy Legion for this great honor be and, railroads the livelihood express of common eompaales brought a Chang and at the present by Guy Knickerbocker ,of any vested or contingent InterestIn AT TUB MISSION HALL t

department, and Lawtey Is. stowed. The members of.this post well'as and .time the pint cup put up in Lawtey. ;.Thes* refrigerator boxes hogs located on land not ownedor -
:
laborers ;
among those named. as prospect I are splendid ex-service men of shippers as _'growers. I 24 or 36-plnt containers. is used al- cam into general use throughout operated by him. Tulley Norman,, song director

Maps;recording ?* data obtaln-1 Bradford and Union Counties who Strawberry production In Florida most exclusively the entire strawberry producing 6. Us or permit to be used the and Mrs. Norman, pianist, with a
eel from the and prepared childhood Fresh Florida strawberries sections of the state and were used .' be '
survyat have known me from had its Inception In the early elgnt- contracted acr. only as may chorus of seventeen :young people
by the .tudnts. will,,show the This[ honor, coming a* It does from In and like the celery Industry developed should'b*' served'to 'every, home,', almost exclusively for transporting.he prescribed by administrative nil- gave a delightful program of gospel i,
boundaries of the area of the com- my neighbors. renders me twice: rapidly following the hotel and restaurant In the state 1 berry crop to market until the': togs. Unless otherwise prescribed, song proceeding the Bible study

1II1 the lltl.. Influenced and served by grateful. I have never appreciated freeze of 1894-99 that temporarily at least for one meal and snore If recent' Inception and development'; such acres shall not be used except 'i Tuesday evening at the Mission
individual churches, newspaPers shall do all possible" during ,Week ot the refrigerator cat additional
any:honor more; and wiped out the citrus Industry of Strawberry express for planting permanent Hall.
schools and, business estabi'hl&eats : within my power In the future to the state. February 29 to March 3. service'which Is now used for .prac- pasture; for soil-Improving and Toe lesson In Romans was Illus

The: according to Dr. Bristol :merit the confidence Imposed In the The climatic conditions of the There are many ways of serving tically all carlot shipments.' erosion-preventing crop not to be trated' on the blackboard and the ;

maps are expected to be com- award of the Legion DistinguishedService state make It possible to produce strawberries; but nan' more, appealing The profitable production of harvested; for resting or followingthe i olive trees showed how God has
pleted during the last part of April. Medal for 1933". berries during the"winter months and appetising than, fresh strawberries. requires proper> soil land; for weed eradication or .dealt and is dealing, with His pea

tors From these mapv ministers edl- He made a hurried week-end trip when other sections of the countryare rip strawberries and cream. And and moisture conditions. Intelligent'management for planting farm wood lots. ple.

insight and business men can gala an to his home ,bere to be with his dormant or In the grip of Win then one's memory harks back tomother's and particular care in 6...: Permit entry by agents of Next week, on Tuesday, the
Into the portion of the com mother who I* now'recovering froma er's chilly blasts. Winter visitors delicious strawberry shortcake picking. grading and ,packing of Corn-Hog Control Associations and usual study; subject "The Mystery i

the munity they are now serving and recent illness.BAPTIST to Florida cannot but marvel, at aad the' strawberry pie hot ,the crop for market -There has of the Secretary to this farm and of the Seven Candlesticks and the

over.territory which they should and admire the beautiful appearance from the oven, and the Jar of preserves beea a marked Improvement In the to-.buy- land owned operated, or Seven Stare" There will also be

r. Cities. explained Dr. Bristol,, CHURCH- $X VICES: and lusciousness of these won- I that couldn't b* hidden, Ute grade of berrl** shipped out.of the I coatrolled by him, and access to "special muslo. '
tocluded in the study areDunnel I state fa* past three.years. records,,regardless of where located Friday night,'March L'::Dr. William I;
,,1.anIY. Rev. James D.:Lyl*'of Morrlstoif, derful',ben1eIf u-'" are btattght) strawberry Ice cream and the
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qs It WlJUatoa"
; The Increased demand for FedeoalStaU'shippfok Who1 ettUttading" 1
) to production orsJc.by.th Is
.a.r'1' Pettlngin
pertaining
drink treated
10.. Ten? :will preach at1Baptistchurch ; ; D i fin strawberry Juice : you '
l0ellvlesri-.Ba1dwto.> InUrtachen. Ibipmeat' 1 Point !byUppers *: producer. of corn or a* one of the greatest lIIbIwtrich.
at both'Hntaee: r4 v.- .a your bat girl to on ta*"Fourth* cf ph. : ;'
JJclntosb;, Newtoerry,.Pine Crest. Sunday; ;,Is VMenc4 yalu and other "basic" of thUnited'Stats, flU consented "1''i'.
Mango Rev. Lyl*'come* to' Stark Wgb.rjf the nation isafiasV c1..the July long ago. ;tcs>I .<. '.<. I bog"or, bogs, ers ,
aadiccanopy. recommended .and .41'treat,.Is'' m 'f.r.,' "'1' hah -w. tITnatto.' a good bait at of this service aad is) a guarante' .*> e llUllOC&tIM. and to furnish location to come to us for on servIc ,,
of quality to the receivers .:: of all land which the *. Watch next week's ford'turtb.r
of the female factoregtrtttad store for an' those who bear bin.i Inthe e.il3Ari iop. i Florida strawberrU this week Lad upon pro- paper ,
rise ha JaVa ..workers..... to____ Aeerdwfhsss i sirHaUoa. lilt ndi..... .........,..... .._.. ... T t hoe 1"1II6o" tI8' oo..01. ms. ::8law. .. nUY1 ....Jf .u wt4 [lGll.< *rapr, Mrjr wwv.r any- right \ "announcement, ,and doat T l l

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i Mrs. Kelley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. of her brother, Mr. Freeman, who
J. E. Adkins, recently was killed in a boiler explosion In EVERGREENMr.
HIGHLANDM.
HAMPTON GRAHAM .
--+--- Virginia Saturday.Mr. 1-

'i ? ..O. J. ruillps Cor. I &I... .... rilmmo. Cor. RISINGMr. Mrs. L. C. Smith, CorrespondentMr. children. and were Mrs.visiting E. Strickland friends and In *. .... A. Roller, (;0., E. Crews, Cor

r Starke Sunday.Mr. .

P Realty Transfer Rev. G. E. McCauley of Brooker, .. II.'M. McB.. e... and Mrs. Kennlth Kite and and Mrs. Berry Dyal of Mrs. J. M. RosIer and daughters, Miss Letha Belle Harris
l the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Gainesville visiting Sampson City were in our section and and
f p Joe PeeJe last week bought children were Alllene and Lorona, grandson Miss Catherine Caldwell o( Max.vllle .
; home of Mra Catherine Tear in the here, will fill his regular appoInt- the latter's brother and sister- Saturday. Jlznmle Lee, were visiting her were visitors here Sunday.
r + western part of town and will Improve ment next Sunday, morning and A large crowd'attended the serve in-law Mr. and :Mrs. E. Strickland, V. M. Crews made a bushes
c it in the near future. evening.Mrs. ices at Pine Level Church, last Fri over the week-end. \ mother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier, Sunday trip to Starke Saturday!

ar P. B. Hunt and Mrs. L. A. day night Mrs. Arthur Broughton left Mon SAXTONMrs. afternoon. I Rev. S. E. Godwin of Maxvlll
Tea Johns were shopping ,in Jackson MIss Vesta McRae attended for St. Augustine to visit her Miss Doris Reddish( of White
Vanishing day ; held services at the Highland
W. A. Cor. I Bap.
,; ae Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mrs. A. H. ville this week. church at Hellbronn Saturday.Mr. sister, Mrs. Robert Burrows, who Is Tyler, Oak spent a few days here last ; tlst Church Sunday morning,

tJr Harley entertained members of the Miss Hilda Durden of Monticello, and Mrs. J. B. Hersey spent very 111 In the St. Augustine Hos- week with her sister, Mrs. Cohen Mrs. L. J. Norman was
Ladies' Aid Society at the home of but formerly a resident here, Is the Saturday night with their parents, pital. M/ and Mrs. Ed Carson and Mrs. Peele. to Starke Sunday.R. a visitor
Mrs. Brown Tuesday afternoon guest of her aunt, Mrs. Donnie Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman, in Rev. F M. Taylor of Hampton W.. R. Swanbom returned home Ronler Mrs. Hester
Mrs. J. E. .
D.' Fit her of
Chesser. She has friends here section. Wednesday after a week's visit In Green Cove
attending
with a vanishing tea. Those many Woodlawn filled his regular appointment at Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier
r r: this pleasant affair were who are always glad to see her. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Green and the Baptist Church Saturday anti Fort Myers. visiting In the home of Louis Springs, Clay County school super.
:MrI!!. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. P. L. Dln- Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was transact I children and N. D. Green all of Sunday.We O. T. Nelson was a business vIsItor were Havrla at Ellarbee Sunday. Intendcnt, was visiting the High.
king, Mrs. Rebecca WhItehead, ing business:! In Starke last Satur Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and to that F. M. I I to Starke Friday. land School Thursday.

A xu Mrs. V. R. Reddish, Mra. Effie MIner day.The Mrs. H. H. Thomas Monday. Griffin are, who glad baa report been sick for a I Rev. E. S. Hicks filled his regu- Miss Jamie Sapp Misses spent Pauline Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pesscnt, Jr,
with her cousins,
Mrs. A. :H. Harley Mrs. E. M. school grounds of Hampton and and Mrs. N. T. Green and' childrenof
Mr. and Mrs., Harley Keen week, Is abla to be out again.Mr. lar appointment in Odua Sundayand Rosier.
and JuanIta
} Bennett, Mrs. W. L. Beacon, Mrs public school have been beautifiedand son. Vance, of Gum Branch were and Mrs. W. T. Wasdln of Sunday night Starke visited friends and rela.
i G W. H. Edwards, Mrs. Lee Cotton, beneficial improvements made. Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children Lives here Wednesday.Mrs. /: .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop Waldo were visiting/ Mrs. Wasdln's Arthur Taylor of Black Creek
?I f 5k Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mrs. H. C. :Mrs. S. V. Johnson of Paris, Ky., Monday.J. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O..W. Dyal was vIsitor here Sunday. I spent Sunday here with her mother II. Wlmberly, Miss Beth
Brown, Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. A. M. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. A. W. Buddington and daughters, Sunday.Mr. The revival meeting Is still run- Mrs. J, S. Rosier. Wimberly, Miss Ethel Ricks, hiss
4)) Blanchard, Mlaa: Enzn Blanchard,, Johns. Gwendolyn and Ernestine; Mr. and and Mrs. HD Abernathy ning. It is well attended and en- Miss Mildred Sapp was visitingher Olceta Green and Carson Griffli
I \\ Mrs. J. H. Moore.W. Thomas Simmons of Ocala is visiting ttlrs. H. M. McRae and son, Arthur, left last week for Lacoochee where joyed by many. You are Invitedto cousin Miss Louise\ Rosier, were visitors to Macclcnuy Sunday

p -- his grandmother, Mrs. P. B. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and daughter they plan to make their home attend.Mr. Sunday. Business visitors here Monday
M. U. Entertain Hunt, this week.. Mildred, were visiting relativesat Mrs. J. W. Reynolds left Sunday and Mrs. Oris Collins were Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Included C. C. Cannon, W J. Bailey,
Mrs O. J. Phillips entertained Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelley of Gainesville and Waldo Wednesday night for HorseshoeN.' C., her former visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Min- children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. William Reid and J. W. Wething-
p q the Baptist W. M. U. at her home Winter Haven were the guests of home, to attend the funeral tan Sunday afternoon. A. PrIngle Sunday night. ton, all of Jacksonville

c4 Tuesday afternoon. After business

w } C discussion and devotional, conducted "KEEPING UP: WITH THE JONESES" ---Al Changes His Mind---Twice ---By POP MOMAND I

by the leader, Mrs. J. M. Reddish H
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served by the hostess, assisted by ,vea -= riReo 1 TH GooD 6RIEPf: !!! "
; Mrs. M. B. Plummer. Those, at- SAY THAT'U- MAID' TODAY-I MATTaR? Ye OH! MOO NITWIT: YHA-4 JIM THIS ( IJjJ
tending were: Mrs.'R. M. Prevatt,, BE GREAT Al_ !JJirw li TOLD HER SHE WAS GODS HONEY-t 't! IS AU M MISSUS AM' xu.Qe TOO LAZY TO BARN JUST INVITED TM'HALLS
o Mrs. T. J. Terry, Mrs. J. L. Harrell, OUST HAVE. "RJ CALL. CRABOUT TMAT
r' :Mrs. R. F. Howell, Mrs. Vernon THERE WITH OKAY, .TIM- WNA HER kaSP WHY: OVER POfi uPYOUbdHA'i"LL DINNER TOsll &HT- HQ-
0EU.S OM IT'S A DATBWE'LL. -- ALoVSIUS P. r-1 a Rowe, Mrs. H. B. Arwood, Mrs.J JOT: 'YOURse.LPINTb SuPPose wa CAMe a'
TM' MATTBrt DO'
C. Prevatt, Mrs. J. M. Reddish, 8sLAOKIN' = This -- AND BAT WITH YOU
4t''{' Mrs, D. L. Blackburn. FOR VDU! 'iff I

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+ $ q Lawtey Junior High School will beheld D f.' 4R
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.* day night, Feb. 23::, at 7:30: o'clock. O
The following program will be i y \ Y'

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Prelude.

Song, "Come Thou Almighty pop MOMANpi INb It ra.A.-e.,4 w.nwuatb

4a ? Xing." m .
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I V1 ;! Special music. THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Some Compensation NecessaryTHE'MAINiTHING.ON UtnOa
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Sermon, by Dr. J, L. Sessions.

Song, "Now the Day Is Over" t,11s e I G01 nNE b110e + fOR OOrii ftl SILLY wwt '

//e Benediction. :"T!OPssw ONCE IN YOUR UFE YEAH! HINT a 1FPC 1; \\*& THKt i !
The following commencement YNl RE BHOININ' A Sal! A6ENS18Llti Millie r M WOKIH AT t&s,
i program of the Lawtey Junior 00 DEACNQ61R1lPK A HNVT NUUU6N T MMKJEANV
High School will be held Thursday --I JJ MAN LOWS IT!

night March 1, 1934, 8;00 o'clock:
"l Chorus-Junior High SchooL D

e Piano Solo-Mary Edwards. r

4 Address, by Supt.. L. F. Chap-
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I t %' man.Awarding of diplomas, by Super-
( intendent Giiffts.

Di1y?: k Revival-Closes Kew MoNeYy alMUC11 l
'The revival that has no14tY rips Ell' Es (OU hEIVK
r ? meeting SHE SCR etro t: o y
{ been In progress at the Baptist Y
G Church the past two weeks came
to a close Sunday night with
twenty-eight additions to the
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J H. Moore and V. R, Reddish
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were business visitors to Webster
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Mr. and Mrs L. F Dlnklna were .

m; hopping Miss Lorene in Jacksonville Kelley was Friday.visiting, MAIN. STREET By JL F. Van Zelm /ILKKXNCJ

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In Jacksonville Friday. --.-:;;;;; ,
Miss' Luella Tatum of DeLand Is 'I e.LBM NDpSlla. )
visiting relatives and frlenda here Unity J flusz T.T .. IWRiCK9 'M /1k II I

F this week. .....4 SSREifIJ! g4 dgaT1LL \ '
I Misses Enza and Autharine PCNJiMPEa. TNG Dau4 4TCRir. M1lf; ,, '11'1 toc="
Blanchard n
were visiting relativesat \ CLL fCf CAM V ; I J "ILPIN'>OII'
Melrose Sunday. A LESSON TO / .,.- PWc& A COUPLA902CH :: '\ CLOT
Rev. H. Boyer of Ocala was visIting LOVERS ( f J
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1: relatives here over the week- ..--. ...,. g ) I j } w
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Mrs. W. L. Williams was visiting MIlS SCEN VQONlMdWMU r 1 '
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Mra. W. F, Moore and children i -
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.k are visiting relatives and friends 015 ABM.AOOUNOTC "S4 __ _t '
In Ocala, and Tampa this week. 6MZL St XXJNCi MAMjOtMt -......-_
IT Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of UKT cams. a r III'4.&A. /
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Jacksonville were visiting herekWednesday MS>> we vutcus" aaa' .. IN "ti41.yy''... .t''
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A. M. Blanchard was a visitor to lire (Ill 't..c um.a '.....f11
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Starke Tuesday. '- ----.a.._
rr 4tlaw4 S' a RKESD' ., ,..- "J, _'-.
and Mrs. H.
Mlsa Flora Connelley VE M4* MUk IK 5 ftLAtN
]f. Snyder were visiting in Starke M'eely (Mr 't. --

is Tuesday.afternoon. *MLhMr6' RJUND a/rsc orHO J 'M," ... wl
7. )4r..t and Mra. James Godwin of 'ttIIT 0E MS NaracD _, ... _1y _
v the State Farm were visiting here

Sunday.The Ladles Aid Society' of Grace -'- .' <
11' M. E.: Church will give a supper
v at the parsonage Friday evening,
Feb. ,,23, for the benefit of the
I church. AU are invited to attend. N E Y You, CHASE" .. "LL TIi\CH You TO
C,0 INS0LEMC TO 1 WON DERt
W. F. Moore was a business vIsitor CANT YOU Yo cRtAQ DIVE WMlRL gMEWIPI
to Plant City Tuesday. ? THE LAW f
)lr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn of tit
Jacksonville were visiting relatives '1,
bere Tuesday and Wednesday
Mra. Charles Dlnklna Is visiting
In Bushnell this week. 1CHASM'

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Bradford High School Journal




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VOLUME ONE STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 193,1' NUMBER TWENTY.TWOEDITORIALS

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Senior Personalities SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Gossip From A To Z HEALTH WORK
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Carlle Mae Faulkner was born SPECIAL ATTENTION! The PROVES'SUCCESS

avoW to the Best Inter*** 01 In Campbell County, Tennessee, In Senior girls selected their flowers IN LOWER GRADES
I BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL the hills near LaFoIett, May 11, and colors last week' without even V
. 1915. She moved South with her quarreling the least little bit. $
Students, Patron and Alumnae. family in 1925 to Raiford, Florida, '!fC AA ...., (Quite a record, don't you think.]) Poster Content (Conducts! By Mr*. '
===== where she has resided ever since. 40tCMA pol I It seems that nome of them had it \lvarePrlze Awarded To ,
i EDITORIAL STAFF She has been a student of Bra U'ord: '\\In" CT, llT \. all "framed! up" but jua' the sam' Bcrnloe Stanley j'

High School for four years and is everybody seems pleased. The colors ; ;H
Kitty Hog-s.. . Dorothy SappAsst. BJditor-in-Chl class. Among her likes be flowers are calla lilies. The Senior Friday was featured by the S
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R. Johns____..Managing! EdItor motto will be show of health
decided next
listed all the teachers, out1.,loorspoits week posters mad by j'J
fcumter Harley.A Manar. EdItor when they have a joint meeting pupils of the lower grades. There '
r her classmate
Lois Lonar___ _..iExchang: Edlto Marg.JerltePt'fovatt. e t tt
Sue dislikes with the boys. were some really excellent poster i' '
orothY Warwick, ._..Asst. Ex. EdItor quart'.H'ng,
. otilaa Jackion._...Literary Editor arguing and fighting. also dancingwe "Are you my peanut?" Is the famous turned out by pupils of no low a
. oulso Snyder. Asst. Literary EdItor ( suppose), probably carrot' and question among the Seniors grade. All laws of neatness and j'
. poster Schnell.._____..Sports EdItor perhaps beets. Her main ambitionis now and the answer is "No Speaki good appearance were observed. 'f
.osllo BlggsAsst.. Sports Editor to get married, which should be t English." This is just another fad The whole school has entered
Lola Adklns.______Society Editor easy enough no doubt. of the Seniors. (Mrs. Long startedit. Into the Better Health movement.
;1 fenry Godwin._____.Jok EdItor : and. by the way, she is always Mrs. Alvarea has worked diligentlyon
. W. Anderson Jr., Asat. Joke EdItor Benjamin Nelson Faulkner, wis starting something "cute" among the lower grades, and a potent
L'ester Austlll.Reporhr "us children" reflection can be detected in the '
), Each of the SenIors excellent -
born in Knox Ken-
[ Entertainment I II Gray. County,
I artha! Brownies, .. ,_.-___._Raporte : tucky, on April 25, 1913. It Is per drew peanuts and Instead of posters! that array the wall.
, r Primary and Elementary I haps the chief boast of that town there being peanuts In the shells of the auditorium. "
===== that Nelson was born there. In January there was somebody's name. The Other numbers of the program % qA
BETTER B. II. S. CAMPAIGN 1925, his family moved near: object of this little game lu for you were:
I Raiford, Florida, where he has to do one favor a week for your Song. "America the Beautiful' .
The faculty and student body lived ever since, but not In the peanut without them knowing who health song by all puplla.
: should be congratulated on the way; prison, however.. Nelson has always you are. I must say that it Is lots Prayer and flag salute.
they have responded to the Better been noted for his quiet dis ttr 0 of fun to open your desk and find Health talk. "Man Cannot Live fl3
Bradford Campaign. They have indeed position. He likes Marguerite Pre- a bar of candy, a pack of gum, etc., to Himself Alone," by Mr. Gray.: ,
done wonders this last weekin vatt. the study hall, reading or any "From Your Peanut." By the way, In this address, the principal emphasized 4
making B. H. S. a better school other peaceful environment, since Mrs. Carpenter received a bottle of the taking of others Into
I(especially a. cleaner one). Their he is by no means very pugiltntb-\ \ 'Evening' in Paris" perfume from consideration In one's life, the '
theme song has been: "Have You ally Inclined. He has no dislikes. her peanut the other day and the spirit of co-operation. This, he,
Ever Seen Ole" B. H. S., Spotless? that is, he never seems to express : card said: "To make my peanut said was absolutely essential to ,
Well, I Have!I"Let'e them. although we have been givena sweet." Well, personally, I don't the attaining of one's aim, or of '% ,' .
everyone do our best to slight hint that he dislikes his .f"t think she needs it. being successful In life.
I keep the school 'in that condition. name "Benjamin." His main am- ;:) .. The other day we had a singing Reading by Robert Whitfield ,
[Remember, also, that Prof. Gray bition Is to become an electrical contest in chapel. It was between from Miss Ray's room. ,
I said that the campaign la not only engineer, and, although we wish 4 Mr. Gray and Sullivan Carter. They Reading, by pupils from Miss
Ifor cleanliness, but for the Improvement him much luck, we believe he will were trying to see which could l Mlddleton's room.
of the conduct of the shed much perspiration, while rea- sing the loudest and, although thereat Health rhymes, by pupils from
I pupils of our school and to promote lizing this aspiration. .- of the school was singing, they Miss Sllcox's room.
[school spirit. were the only ones that could be Health reading and song by pu-t
Let's keep up this good work and -- heard. Mr. Gray even put In some pUs from Mrs. Rltch's room.
don.t by any means lose any of the Mildred Eugenia Dinkins was !I"e.. "oT.EAt extra words and they surely sound( Health playlet by pupils from '
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enthusiasm that has been so char- born in Lawtey seventeen years \.. ) QOLLAn...., ed pretty. Sullivan won for sing Mrs. Wainwright's room. '
the first child of Mr. and Mrs.P. ..
ago, Reading, by Harry Kellum. from '
acteristic of the first week of the ing the loudest while Mr. Gray won
L. Dinkins. She has since made
Mrs. Hart's room
campaign. for singing the prettiest. _
Lawtey her home, except for a few This Is Clean-up Week for the Health song, by pupils from Mlu _
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OLD PAPERSThe years' stay at Big Jax. Mildred Is FRESHMEN HAVE I HEARDEvelyn BRADFORD TEAM students of B. H. S. Everywhereyou farce's room.
optimistic in regard to being satisfied Mother Goose rhymes, composedand
go you see someone (moatly
Twelfth Grade history class her likes overbalancing her CHARGE OF STAGEIN GOES THIS WEEK the boys) going around with soap sung by pupils from Miss Ed _
Stump and Hazel Adkins
dislikes. 'Among the former
. was very fortunate in obtainingsome may of Starke and and rag In hand scrubbing floors, wards' room. _
FRIDAY
CHAPEL Yvonne Radford of
TO TOURNAMENT
be listed reading swimming, par- _
I old newspapers, dating backto washing windows, etc. And thlltIsn.t Reading, "Morning in Health '
the at Cross City, students of F. S. C. W. _
ties and playing piano ( Land, by pupils from Miss Per. '
[ 1864 and 65, describing the assassination In Tallahassee all-the Twelfth Grado i Is trying
spent the weekendIn
of LIncoln. home). Her favorite dessert dish is Program Includes Address By Basketball ten cent kins' room. '
Abraham Starke. Boyn Squad ExpectmlTo to buy out the storesIn : _
banana pudding. Her favorite dislikes Rev. Norwegian Missionary Reading. by Ralph Rhodes, from _
[These treasured old papers were Wllg. Carry High Colors At town and Jacksonville. Lula,
[loaned to us by Mr. F..1.. Pattee. include doing the dishes, and EvangeUst Margaret Adklns of Gainesville Cross City Bunnie, S. R. and a few more are Miss Jacobs' room.

There were some interesting articles and bookkeeping. She Is very studious spent the week-end with Lois Ad- trying to see which can get aheadof Mrs. Alvarez then gave an ____________
[ besides the account of the and hopes to become a nurse Coach Larson's Ninth Grade had kins. The Bradford High boys' basket the other by bringing all of their acknowledgement of appreciation I,, _
[President's death, among' which when she has to "paddle her own charge of the regular Friday Several B. U. S. students went to ball squad will journey to Cross potplants, pictures, etc., from for the program the Elementary
[was an advertisement for a runaway canoe." chapel program last week and presented Pine Grove Sunday afternoon to City this week to enter the cage home, but Lula has already won. department had provided, and presented _
[ slave, of which we are familiar as their portion a few morsels put on a play for the B. Y. P. U. tournament open to high school The Spoken English class Is a fountain pen to the win-
only through studying our Lacy Renfroe Futch was born of enlightening entertainment. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenter teams in this section. The numberof planning another of their many secrets. ning poster's author. '
[History IV; also, the announce- nineteen years ago at Lawtey, an Besides the students' part the pro spent the week-end in Baconton days required for the contests I'll tell you what It Is next -
ment of current food and supply Irish-complected blond-haired blue gram included a short address by Ga., with their mother. Is Indefinite. week. CAN YOU IMAGINE- ,
I prices, which went something like eyed youngster with a goold tooth; i Rev. Wilg Norwegian missionary, Paul Knight. and Charles Larsonof Under the direction of Coach -
I this: Corn, $175 per barrel; flour, that is, he afterwards had the visiting the United States. !ill'. Lakeland, University of Florida' Howard, the Tornadoes have en- HI-Y CLUB BEGUN The school house being so clean? _
$200 per barrel; butter, $8 per tooth inserted. Lacy has lived at Wiig has traveled extensively dur- students, spent the week-end with joyed a favorable season. Althoughnot Martha Brownlee running around '
[pound/!; rice'$l.M per pound; cof- Lawtey all his young. life. It is Ing his lifetime, preaching and Mr. and Mrs. D., E. Knight. ,I ranking so high from a stand AT BRADFORD HI; with a scrub-brush? ',
[fee, $20 per pound, etc. There was said that Lacy's weaknesses Include teaching peoples of all races about I Mrs. Hoffman spent last weekend point of games Won and lost, they Beatrice Miner sweeping out the
[also a poem in tribute of Abraham heavy eating, light drinking Jesus Christ and His word. His I in Perry visiting relatives. I have all played good, clean, hard PROSPECTS GOOD Twelfth Grade room?
I Lincoln, written more as a news (sodas), moderate dancing, miscellaneous brief address to the local body was heard that she had a very good basketball and the opportunitiesfor Geraldine Johns getting to school '

[items than an editorial morsel. women and basketball. centered about the topic "Study to time.Milton playing have been evenly distributed The HI-Y Club Is the latest Improvement on time? ,' ,
When the class had concluded Some of his dislikes are hypocrites, Show Thyself Approved." Rev Brownlee spent the week- among the members of In the school. This club The Seniors deciding unanimousy ,
(reading the old relics, one was fighting, sleepiness (a constant Wigg enpihasized. the attaining of end with bib parents, Mr. and Mrs. the team. From the merit of the Is organized among the boys for on the class colors and flowers _
(heard to comment: "It makes us companion), and getting bawled a good education while we are J. M. Brownlee. team's playing, they have all earn the of c'oser fellowship Robert Chapman not playing a "
purpose
I feel young again, doesn't It?" out. As yet, the question of young. He declared, "I wish that Martha Brownlee, Lois Adkina, ed a chance to further show their and to create enthusiasm In various practical joke "
scratching for himself hasn't seriously I might be so financially fixed that A. E. Wall, and Julian Peek motor. ability In this tournament. I Interests of the school and vicinity Lois Adklns not being witty
IN CHURCH occurred to Lacy, but he I, I could attend college, even at ed to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. I An attempt has been made to secure The leaders have been chosen froma Woodfin Halle not being funny? c _

favors athletic coaching. fifty-two years of age. We should Marguerite Prevatt spent a few new uniforms for the tournament of boys of good standingIn Helen Prather without red-hair _
Ho, hum. Wish that preacher'd never tire of learning things that days in Jacksonville last week.. these to be paid for from the group and character in Mr. Larson smiling

[hurry and finish (yawn). He's September 3-, 1914, a little, curly- will enlighten our burden" of ignorance Sullivan Carter spent the weekend proceeds of a play to be shown in the sportsmanship 8ch ol. These leaders are quite _ B', _
[been talking two hours Don't haired, brown-eyed girl was born during our lives. in DeLand visiting his mother. the near future. Although the uniforms able to bring the boys of all grades Cotton sold for forty-three cents &
I yawn so much? I can't help It, to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dennison In The speaker discoursed on the Robert Chapman went to De- have not yet been secured together 'and thereby make a better a pound In 1395, the highest price
[mom; I wanna go home mom, Lake Butler She was named Jessie methods of education, living, Land Sunday. Itl, is probable that the boys will school. They are: Robert established during the War Between _ _
I look. Dad's gone to sleep. You'd II Mae. Her family moved to amusement, etc., employed In far sonville BunnIe Canova went to Jack have these in time to don them for Chapman, Richard_ : Thcde.', Sullivan. the States._ -
|better wake 'im up. He's beginnln I away Norway, the land of the midnight Wednesday. the tournament. .
Hampton nine years ago> and has Carter, A. E. wan, joe nnuiora, n NOTICB) OV ADOPTION
I to snore .' Gollyl 1 Did you see lived there since. No need to men- sun. There. are no such ---- Coach Howard has announced R. Johns, Edwin Torode, Lester Is .11. Circuit Court ml .11. Tw...,..
[him jump when the preacher hollered tion that she is still the baby schools as we have; they rely on POSTER CONTEST that he will take the following Austin, Henry Godwin, Charles Hltlh In .n,'..for.....llrnifforft.1.. tlrvult Cnamtr.., Florid*,
I .,Mom look at that bald- "tause we don't know when she is skiing for amusement and sport; players to Cross City: Fender, Merlll Edwards, Keeffee TIIH I ) MTATia Of FI.OIUDANotlre :
I headed man in front of us Jessie Mae likes they live in houses very much like< CLOSESWINNERS Captain Joe Shuford Edwin To- Harrell. The officers have not yet l Ie hereby srlven that on the _
donna drow up. 4th '
of
[ooh! A mosquito's lit on his head Hampton, candy, most of the opposite the ones we have. We understood ARE ANNOUNCED rode, Lacy Futch, Olin Beden- been chosen but it is understoodthat 1:00: : o'clock day February P M, or,a A.* soon D. 19 th.reafter : 4. at- '
Slit (reaches forward and sex, Fords and Mrs. Long. much more about the midnight sun baugh, Norman Johns, Sumpter a meeting will be held 1 in the ae can be heard the undersigned -
I slaps mosquito). Did see him after listening to Mr. Wllg's educa. Harley, William Wooten, Edward Intend to apply to Monornbl* ,.?
you dislikes Business Arithmetic all near future to do so. A. Z, Ailklna JuJve of the Circuit ('
I jump? But I killed the skeeter, else in particu- tional talk. Posters Made By Elementary Wainwright, Holcolm Overstreet, ('ourt of the 'J'w nly.eI1lIh Judicial' )
and the rivals and nothing After this the Freshmen took Grades Clean Gordan Weeste. ('Irciilt of Florida, 1.. and for H milord .
[ man didn't see me togo Vividly Portray
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ar. She and a girl friend plan Bright Sayings County at his office In 8tarke,
I Here comes the collection plate and see things" as soonas charge, Mildred Brown giving an Living Although these boys may not Florida, or whnrever" he may then km
1 (reaches out) I got a quarter, how places amusing reading. "The Woe of An win'out, we feel that they will car. for an order authorising1. the under.sin.d :
of school.
she Is out to adopt France Alderman, a ,
(much did you get? ,_Hot dog, Unwilling Orator," one of Edgar A. Thursday, Feb. 19: in our weekly ry our colors In satisfactory fash-,, Barber: "Haven't shaved you minor.
I the preacher's through, now we can Guest's poems. assembly the winners for the Ion. They have our support and wo before, sir?" INA WHIT! ,
[go home (gets up). Let's go Idelle Clemons was born on Next was a skit "SI and Health poster contest was an- wish them the best of luck. Mr. Gray: "No, I got that scar l.Ullltll-U u"a C..WJUTJU. c. _
beautiful little
What's the preacher at the April 26, 1914, in the Epbum." by AlKay Carlisle and nounced. They were as follows: The following Is the boys' bas- In France." ___ __ ____-- ____________
I door for? For us to shake town of Starke. She has a very Edward Bagwell, portraying a First Prize ,- Bernice Stanley ketball record for the season of 1
(hands with? Yes'm I will. "sunny disposition" and a pleasing would-be sophisticated gentlemanand fifth Grade. Bernice received a 1934: Papa: Lester, if you had a lit- ExtraFastRelief
I (shakes personality which has won for her a whiskered foreigner in a beautiful fountain Date We _
hands) Hello, Mr. Wintergreen pen. Opponents They tle more spunk you would stand
I I liked your sermon, even II many friends. She has light brown, series of wisecracks.Mrs. Honorable went to Cleone Kin- Jan. 18-Alumni (here15) 12 better in your classes. Do you
I that noisy boy across the aisle did wavy hair and hazel eyes. Her Cornstalk, represented by chen.' Fifth Grade; Jean Davis, Jan. 19-Waldo (here.12) 24 know what spunk Is? _
|keep me from hearing part of it. main ambition Is to become a suc- Elizabeth Craig next introducedher Sixth Grade; Jenello Hutcilings Jan. 24-Baldwlnther( .).12 20 Leeter S., "Yes, sir. It's the
-By Jimmy Peek. cessful bookkeeper. Her greatest daughter, Hlsiciah Samunthy Sixth Grade; Mary Lorraine Stock- Jan. 26-Holies (here)... 1 0 past participle of spank. ___ Demand and Get
An original monologue written In pastime> is reading and attendingthe Cornstalk., played by Margie Mc well Fifth Grade. (Forfeit)
[Spoken English class.Reminescenceg. movies. Some of her likes are Millan. Hislclah was shy and burst This contest was sponsored by Jan. 31-Baldwin (here). 6 0 Mrs. Demoreat: "What are the rrE"
dancing, canoe riding and playing Into tears when she was to recite a Mrs. Lucia Alvarez, health nurse (Default) products of the West Indcs?" \
cards. She ,dislikes rainy days, ,poem. and was judged by several members Feb. 7-1.. Butlerhere( ) 12 14 George: "I don't know."
fair-weather friends a disagreeable Hislclah :and two of her country of the Senior class. Feb. 9-Waldo (tbere.20 18 Mrs. Demorest: "Come, cornel!

I person and taking semester friends AlKay Carlisle and Katie Pupil from the Fourth Fifth Feb. 13-L. Butler(there)10 24 where) do you get sugar from?"
Let us see what the Class of 1923Is ,examinati0D8.I Fugate, concluded the program and Sixth Grades were eligible to Feb. 14-Bolles (there) (cancelled). George: "We borrow It from the
doing at present:, I with a few song, sung in chorus, enter this contest. They showed It Is not yet certain whether or next-door neighbor."
I Madge Middleton-Received her SENTIMENTS OF A SENIORMrs. with Margie holding the notes great Interest in this health move- not: the girls' team will play Any -
degree from the Florida State College Long la my English teacher; overtime. It was a comical skit. ment. Much time has been by the more games this season At present Woodfin H. J "I know how to GENUINE GAYER
for Women at Tallahassee in I shaU not pass. Mr. Gray then took the stage pupils of these grade and the an attempt is being made to settle this unemployment problem. _
1923. She is now affiliated with She maketn me to show my Ignorance for announcements which includedthe judges reported that it was very at range one or two more before the U we put all the men of the worldon ASPIRIN
the Bradford County High School, before my classmates; progress made in the local difficult to decide the winner of the season Is brought to a close. T6. one Island and all the women on\ BECAUSE of a unique process _
laud has been a popular and efficient She giveth me more, than I understand clean-up movement In which the contest. boys' regular playing season baa another, we'd have everybody busyIn Genuine Bayer ____________
I teacher In the school since. school is co-operating wholeheartedly. Mrs Alvarez'is also sponsoring been 'efioltely brought to a clone, no time.. Aspirin Tablets are made to die..- _
I Ras Brtnson-He received fatal She lowereth my grades; At the end of a certain period another health...movement In the and the team is now awaiting the Mrs. Carpenter: "Well, what $lntearat.-or dissolve-INSTANT.
LY take them.
injuries j In I trod through the the room with the most "A' She you Thus they start _
an accident in 1925. Yea. though lower grades. will award in tournament. would they be doing?" to work inttantly. Start taking .
I Joyce Terry-Married Melvin valley of knowledge, to their credit will receive a ban- the near future/'a health banner to Woodfin H.: "Why. boat-build hold" of even a severe headache ',(; _
I Futch. She.la now teaching: school I learn not. ner. The leading rooms at present one of the sections of the First Looseness In the timing sprockets ing." neuralgia! neuritis or rheumatic puin :Ili
.
I in Alachua. She flingeth questions at: me include the 12A and 12B rooms, Grade and one to* the other gradesin causes a knock In the engine, a few minutes after taking. ,'&' _ _
[ Thomas Umbaugh Married. He In the presence of my class eighth Grade room,. large study the Elementary School to the which, often Is overlooked by motorists Richard Thede "We go away And they provide SAFE relief- l' 1 ,
I i la now teaching chool in Lakeland. She annolnteth my bead with tall, and Mrs. Pemo/est'a room. one having the best all-round when hunting for knocks for our holidays every third year." for Genuine harm the BAYER heart. ASPIRIN if don ; -
I lot So want
| Margaret Leu: Married Dr. thumps, Mr. Gray then announced the organization health record. Mary P.: "What do you do the QUICK and SAFE. relief you see that ;'
I Bryant S. Carroll who Is a dentist My eyes runneth over. of a local Hl-Y club The distance from New York other years?" you get the real! Bayer article. Look i4
I In Jacksonville. Surely notebooks and themes and called several boys to be mem- Notice on farm gate: "I am gong City to San Francisco .Isi 3,269 Richard: "The first year we talk for the Bayer cross on every tablet .
I Ethyl Griffin-Married Dr. E. L. Shall follow me all the days of ben, upon the merit of their attitude to enforce trespassing and miles by automobile. By air It .Is of last year's) holiday, and the next M shown above and for the words "
I Bins Of this clti. They have one my life toward the school and its Interests bunting on this place; from BOW on, only 2,668 miles. year we discuss plan for the following GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN on :...
I attractive little daughter. Mrs. And I shall stay In the Senior In the past. so watch out." year" every )bottle or package you buy. (

I Biggs taught In cur school several lass forever. The moon and Mars are the only Member N.R.A."' 'fl .
years and since hsr marriage has i (With apologies to the '"Wnlil- In 1923 the first law In 123 years The Church of England baa 248 planets whose. solid surfaces actu- Piece of quarts often contain GENUINE lAyeR -ASPIRIN J'R,{

I been very active la civic attain ..1VInc1'' ).' was passed by an Irish parliament. women working a*,deaconess ally can be ...n. :minute cavities filled with water DOeS NOT HARM THe HeARTe'

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.!: FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY: M ,
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TALE FOUR _. ,.. --
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, Parent-Teacher AssociationMet Mrs. Davis To Entertain. ,MANY GROWERS: SIGNHOGCORN STRAWBERRY WEEK TO BE millions of'dollars and that ?
,, .CONTRACT OBSERVED T1IROUT STATE than : 111011'
8,000 farm
Wednesday AfternoonMrs. Music Study Club ,_? famllea, depell4
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f.c : SocietvA1: L. F.: Smith, president of The FortnlghUy Music' Club will (Continued from,Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1)) largely Income on received their livelihood ftomV!

Ij the Parent-Teacher.' :.Association, meet\ Friday,evening, Feb. 23, at to have such records kept confidential. strawberry industry to the state rrom the stra* !

,.. 7 presided over,the, meeMnfcWednesclay.nfternoon IJ30 o'.clock,, tLttat. }home of Mr. can better be understood when we berry crop.Send.
,. Isabel 'L. : vis with Mrs. .Not to,sell assign In wholeor valued at
': {.. >> and Miss Fernandez and :Mrs. 'A.l> '7. or realize that this crop; Is
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--- i i's transacted the duties. of Davis In charge of the program. in part, this contract or his around three and threequarterBILIOUSNESS
secretary The History";; Church-Music right to or claim for reduction payments -
Ml: S. Miss Fernandez AppearedIn Ule
's' Baptist W.
not neat
V this contract, and
, under $1Atlantic
College OrchestraMiss Litle Miss Beverly Parks recited The Oratorla, will be discussed at 1 ro 5
The regular meeting of the Baptist "The Sugar-Plum Tree" In a fault- this meeting and bids fair to be an execute any power of attorney to r"0ntbs of

I Woman's Missionary Society Alice Fernandez youngest less manner and this tree, made interesting subject collect such payments or to order The
' t was held at the church Monday! daughter of lire R. S. Fernandez famous by Eugene ,Fields, was All members are asked' to attend that any such payments be made. Sour lumach
' at 3:00 o'clock with'a senior Florida State Any such sale, assignment, order, $ -
s i afternoon : Who is a at placed on a table on the stage. A and pay their dues-U.they have not
attendance. Mrs. A. M. Darby Tallahassee or of attorney shall be null and headache
for Women,
1'. u good College joint recitation, "If WashingtonWere done so, in order that the'club may power gas Monthly
t s N president of the society conducted where she is specializing In music and void.
Here Today, was given by become federated, at,an early date elite .Io'CONSTIPATIOW
,, $ the devotional! and the program Is one of the personnel of the State Patsy Keen, Joe Andrews and Clar .- 8. Operate this farm throughout the most of your
4'' for the afternoon was in College Orchestra which Is appear ice Thomas, who are pupils In Mrs. Honors Mrs.ScotV 1934, except as exempted by administrative MAKE* hours. Enjoy the read.

charge of Circle No. 2 with the ing In Tampa and Lakeland Thurs Grace Wainwrtght's grade. ,el ** ruling the wisdom, the vrtt
L leader Mrs. I.. G. Powell, In charge. day and Friday of this week. Miss Ealy, district nurse, favoredthe Honoring'Mra.J;.. A. Scott at a 9. Conform and abide by regulations the charm that have companionship
Miss Fernandez Is one of the cel- audience with a talk on health) Valentine party',anniversary din- and administrative ruling made the
After a brief business session I lolsts In the college orchestra anis and Miss Mary Lee Wynn county ner, Mrs. W A.,,Scott and Mrs..J. (which are and shall be a part of ATLANTIC, for seventy.fiv
the meeting adjourned. a very talented musician. nurse, also spoke In.regard to her T. Quigley entertained jointly the"terms of this offer and of this years, America's most quoted
r In Tampa the performances are work. Mrs. J. M. 'Alvarez talkedon the home, of, the latter Thursday. contract) heretofore or hereafter and most chedlshed magazine,
given under the auspices of the the subject of nutrition. evening of last week. prescribed by the Secretary or his Send 91 (mentioning this adl)

RITZ THEATRE I University of Tampa, and in Lake- Miss f Eunice Perkins grade was This attr ctlve'.home was beau- authorized agents or agencies relating TRADE MARK RCO. S. to
.land under the sponsorship of Earl awarded a picture for having the tifully decorated with potted plants to Corn-Hog Reduction Con- THE ATLANTIC MONTIILV
Donby vocal instruction and largest number of patrons present.At and cut flowers,appropriate to'the tracts.
p e STARKE, FLORIDA Frank C. Hughes of Lake Hamil- the next meeting two prizes occasion. The lovely! birthday cake II. Performance By SecretaryThe 8 Arlington St., Boston

ton. will be awarded, one for the largest surrounded by tapers, a low bowl of Secretary shall: 10* 354
attendance and for the 10. such of -
PROGRAM'BEGINNING one room Upon proof compliance
sweet peas;; the antique dishes and
New Zealand was the first coun- having the largest number of paid with the terms of this con-
li shining silver made an attractive
'Yb FEBRUARY 23 try to give women the right to up patrons of the P.-T. A. table. .r' tract as Secretary may require, GOLD MEDAL, "Kitchen TeNted"FLOUR
vote, in 1893. At the March meeting officers pay:
y ai FRIDAY and SATURDAY' for the coming: year will be elected. Twelve guests :enjoyed'the delightful A. Corn Reduction PaymentFor -

i FEBRUARY 23 and 24 The president-appointed the follow: dinner, other",,friends call- each contracted acre, SO cents
ing nominating committee: Mrs.' ing later. Uames were enjoyed during per bushel of adjusted estimated o
?
t Slwke
I "LONE COWBOY'JlU.'kle W. O. Halle, Mrs. R. J. Davis and the evening JtJ!""o\< yield of corn, to be paid as follows:
'1 i't Cooper Lila Lea' Mrs. H. C. Ritch. I.. The pro rata share of the adminis- PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
: CfTtheMiwccles -r..aFallfreshening 0.,E.,S. Meets.'. I trative expenses of the, Corn-Hog
cows are more Control Association 8-Lb.Bag 12Bag 24-Lb.
for the above- Bag
1 ; SUNDAY and MONDAY "he
The regular meeting of !
Ir9 FEBRUARY 25 add 28 I profitable than cows which freshen Starke chapter,,'Order of Eastern .named county will be paid to the ItTAu1NlD;
In other season of the
year. association, and the remainder will
., Star held Its regular meeting Mon- 31c 59c $1.15
a ; x7 "Jimmy and Sally be paid as Indicated In part V here
(Ti irr The chewing of boards and bones day evening at 7:30: o'clock at the ECONOMY ROLL, ...
V Freedom from of, in two installments: 15 'cents
? James Dunn Claire Trevor by cattle is an indication that they :Masonic Hall.During .
worry is'your per.bushel as soon as practicable
I
if to are requiring minerals. the meeting one new HIGH
first duty after this contract Is accepted by QUALITYMEALandGR1TS
a, ki TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY member was initiated into the or-
O .,ourself. the Secretary and 15 cents per
w4s 1i' FEBRUARY, 27 and 28 WHY GET UP NIGHTS? der and after adjournment a social bushel, less pro rata share of ex- 5 Lbs. lOcGOOD
hour when the host-
o + i "Ninth Guest"1'1' was enjoyed penses, on or after, November'IS,
.
f TtnRIN5UaANC11andIna.) ....... esses for the evening served light .
i j, r Genevieve Tobin Donald Q O k '*';.. form of eif-inflicttd bondage USE UCIIU AND GIN refreshments. 1934. QUALITY
Jit' which OUT be keeping you manacled Make This 25e Test I B. Hog Reduction ,Payment-
to constant worry. It I. n.. valuable. to the bladder a. -- SWoodmen I Five dollars per head on seventy- WHITE MEAT Pound lOc
t 1.. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Adequate Mock fin in.araaci fee cantor Impurltlei oil to and the exce.bowela.. acids Driven which out Circle Meets'The five per cent of the adjusted an-
MARCH 1 and J your property rtleato yon from this cause the Irritation resulting1 In Brettins' regular 'meeting ''of the nual average number of hogs produced
bonc .e. up nlghte, burning, frequent' de- for market from-1932 litters FANCY U. S.No..I IRISH
"Good Darned* .Ire, leg pain and backache.:: On account Starke Grove Woodmen Circle will
fiminm in erNmii of the alcohol use Juniper oil be held at the'TMasonfc' Hall Tuesday to be paid as followsThe)
I r Sylvia Sidney Fredrick March, eM kids Sm m.N6,, from Bukete which, the gin bladder I. made.laxative Auk alto for evening at'7SO'o'clock.: All pro rata share of the administrative POTATOES 10 Ik 25c
R N ,1 : containing buohu leavee, etc. Afterfour members urged to-be-"present and expenses of the Corn-Hog Con-
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u SPECIAL THURSDAY BARGAIN MARCH NIGHT 1 .".' ,HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE will daye.return If not your pleaaed 25o.your. You drug.glet are. are asked to hand 'their"'dues in to trol Association for the above. IONA, Plain or Sit 6Lb*. 12 LIJs. 24.be. 48 Lbs.
T bound to Bleep better after this the secretary. Mrs.1 Hutto, by Feb- named county will be'paid to'the'
,1S{ A.k for Guest Ticket at Theatre cleannlnir. Bukete guaranteed by .
FLORIDA 28. association and the remainder will FLOUR
STARKE. Mitchell'. Drug Store.-Adv. ruary 26c 47c 89c $1.73
be paid_as indicated. in port V here
m, _I__ 11------ of, in three Installments: 2.00 per
ROSEMARY Delicious, Pure
1L bead as' soon as practicable after
this contract is accepted by the
Secretary $1.00 per head on br GRAPE JAM 16-oz.Jars 29c

about November lIS, 1934, and $2.00
per head on or about February 1,
L933: less pro rata share of ex-
per.o' more of these payments. If the Fresh Plain or SlicedBREAD 14-oz.Loaf Family Loaf

number of hogs from 1934 litters
marketed before and held for future 7c lOc

marketing on January I, 193S: ,
Is in excess of the number to which
the producer has agreed to reduce,
there may be deducted from such UPTON'S Orange Pekoe,

payment $20.00 per head on eachor TEA %-Lb Package 21c
any of the hogs in excess of such
number. In lieu of such deductionor OXYDOL. 6-Oz. Package 4c
mwi JO4IJ1IT'1T any part thereof the Secretarymay
I ( require a corresponding part OCTAGON
of such excess to be disposed of as SOAP POWDER 5 Small Pkg. lOc

he may direct. TOILET SOAPPALMOLIVE
11. Without limitation of any
right or remedy conferred by law Cake 5c

Wy Mq rs N () or this contract, be entitled to ter- A&P
minate this contract' if be .determined CLEANSER
.( Can 5c
xJaew+l ts"t"t"t"''Af:'Nl h+s rro k ....w-t..: .-a. '.... (and his determination shall
""-:..'- .-.. t '. y *' .,.,.too...,..,, .". be final and bind the other:,parties DIXIE CRYSTAL
.. ri-.11iid" f .. ; hereto)' that there has been a material SUGAR 5 Pounds 24c

; ONLY e;, Fora little money it's misstatement in any of the GOLD MEDALWHEATIES
II \ statements made,,by the producerIn
r"::..;... n' our belief this is the most this contract or in connection 2 Packages 25c

$ O therewith,, or any noncomplianceby Mild, Mellow PURE SANTOS ,
? V reliable tire you can find. > the producer, with any term COFFEE Per Pound
.. 19c
hereof or with any pertinent regulation -
-= al We ;say". that because*of or administrative ruling. '

# LOOK HERE! the service it's giving our.' shall Thereafter be made no hereunder further ,payments and any I For Laundry or Housework WHITE HOUSE Evaporated

payments theretofore'' made shall

Ill. latestGOOD customers let, us tell be> refunded to the Secretary. To Octagon Soap | | MILK I
secure payment of such refund the
mEV r #EAR you how it's standing up Secretary shall have a lien, to the
extent of their respective interests 5 SPECIAL tOe TALL
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SPEEDWAY for them. A; real Good. on corn and on hogs now or In the BARS CANS 17c,
'J. future owned by each'or any of the I
,' "'' Supwtwttt Cord TfraA year,factory guaranteed, parties'obligated. 'to make sucha; : '- .- .. -
S II refund. IONA BRAND DeliciousAPRICOTS
30x3 .______...__r 3." ii 14 'packed with value-at a .
Devices for the artificial hatching 2 No. 2 '
% CaDS 25c
4.50-21..4.70
price possible because of chickens from eggs were ,
known to mankind in early times.
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FEBRUARY tS. IBM BRADFORD COUNTY TKXKORAPIf. 9TARKE.: (FLORIDA PAGE FIVE!
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Miss :Margaret Adktas of Gaines- T, IMPROVE FARM PLAN'AlIASSEmEacb 'Belleglade, then. may get th- ; ,
ville was a week-end guest of her order to all institutions
supply
[ state In- syrup
cousins. Misses Hazel and Lola Ad- 4MAA MINUTE'SCIENTWACfS'.t. alit pion. furnishing farm products at cost plus a reasonable allowance -
kina, at their home North Walnut I. I
Bits oi, on tow the upkeep of the system to go into its maintenance
,. Street. BY*ARNOLD ,: VfotUdtcoucentrate: on the crop-It 'b09tsJ 5)In the same way, the.State ? f
.B, EanVeratl' growunder 'preliminary toftpttal' Farm, In tqajfeart oi> '*He
: W. W.; Balsden 'and: I,,daughter;; If. p anq-,.taid by superintendents of tobacco belt may .grow -a11 a'weed.

local Ne6f'Concern Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and Billy I I [JQOT ENOUGH FOR .AN 'OVERCOAT/ I the institutions. For instance the The state now buys about : '
Blakely Jr., spent Saturday in Beliegrade Prison Farm can produce $50,000 worth of tobacco annually }
Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. John. GMMAM BAKERS WM OVCRCOM WHIN wottum N* 880 gallons of syrup per acre, officials. ,: ) said. ;
_ Our People Business and: ny Baisden.W. I TMMR Great OVEN* TO SUP TMI MCA1 P ao H THCIR BOfHM. while only 230 gallons are gained

f & at the Florida Farm Colony in
Progress of the County and Town. I .. W Baisden and daughter Gainesville, and 130 gallons at the NAT SEZ: $

Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and Billy Florida State Hospital Farm.

Blakely. Jr., have returned from a .. Well folks, I see by the papers
several days' tour of the East and ... + that.this is strawberry week-not ,

fiBS Audrey Lamb spent Wed-i R. F"; Nolan and son Bob, of West Coast. TIP TOPGROCERY'S only In Bradford County but all ;. ;
day in Gainesville. Maxvllle were attending. to business over the state.

here Mondny. Mrs. Reddish Andrews of New Of ''course, old r

S. Church of Keystone Heights River has been a patient at the man cold weatheV,. S; y ; '
9 i a visitor here Monday. Mrs. H. V; Knight. Charles Lar- Gill Hospital for several days ,, er has kind of H i
sen and Paul Knight spent Satur- where 'she has been seriously 111 BIG SALEGoes messed us up ; 1 "I

D. Green was a business vlsi- day in Jacksonville. with pneumonia.Mrs. and we might p ,
have a little difficulty fat
,
Tto Jacksonville Thursday., A on '
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and V in get- lti' ;
J. L. Anderson and little "
children of White Springs were Through FRIDAY and ting dish of ,
of Lawtey was ajsiness daughter Janet, have returned
berries to eat
j s. Norman visitors here Saturday.Miss i '
,
from a several days' visit in Rome ,
visitor here Monday. SATURDAY luring the week, j
Ga., with Mrs. Anderson's parents, '
Prevatt spent but we can celebrate -
of Brooker was a Marguerite. Mr and Mrs. J. F. Burton.
W. Hazen just the
several days last week visiting relatives -
ii'ncss here Wednesday.: because
l visitor in Jacksonville., '' :lame we
Charles' Larsen of Lakeland, a M.? iarsn/ t know we're going to get 'em in a

Judge and Mrs. A Z. Adklns Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Misses student at the University of Flor- X? ,ii.ie' CANYOU IMAGINE few weeks, now.

bat Wednesday in Jacksonville. Madge and Hazel Middleton spent ida, was a week-end guest of his You know, this country would be

Saturday ta.Jacksonville.Mrs. .. uncle and aunt, Col. and Mrs. D. E. 1.OSTLY .'' '. pretty bad off If old mother nature ll llhadq't
and Joe D. Peele of at the Starke Hotel.
i. Mrs. Knight thought of making a strawberry -

wtey were visitors here Monday. G. M.'' Slstrunk has been seriously IMPERFECTION / OENER6YI. t land it is mighty nice to '
111 for several days at her Mrs. Herbert A. Durden and lit- Tee CMMALO know that In these times CWA ? r
AIjTMOUOMNCVM
J. Andrews of Lake Butlers home on East Call Street. tle daughter of Madison and Miss PLAWLtM.. THS MOOT may come and CWA may go, but r
s business visitor here Friday Hilda Durden of Monticello have COSTLY rmcwua STOWS. M rm alavellwo strawberries go on forever. Here's i

G.,W. Andrews and Reddish An- been recent guests of Mrs. Dur- D: \, I / 4=OMNC7eMLYerw loping they bring a million nice
Brainard Harvey of Waldo was a drews of New! River were attending den's mother Mrs. J. H. Ritch. fresh dollars into the county this

Itor to Starke Friday.afternoon. to business here:Tuesday.Mr. 1".f springs. i

Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Mumingwear Hose
I IRegister'
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Futch of, and Mrs.. H. B. Crosby andP. and little Frances Alderman of ./" I''
I II
and 1.25
were visitors here Satur-i $1.00 $ Quality
achua A. Crosby of the Brooker section Tallahassee will spend the week- .Slightly\ Imperfect
y. were visitors here Friday. end here with Mrs. J. W.White and I
1 *
69c
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alierman. I I
[Freeman Register was attending Mrs. Edna Curry of Jacksonville .BROOKERHIM Gum Branch ; I : Chiffon and Service WeightBRAND '
Tuesy .
Jacksonville -
business in spent the week-end here with her Miss Ethel Moor will leave Sunday I I ,, NEW LINE OF y #?
sister Mrs. J. B. Addison.!, for a week's visit in Jackson- L HIM Yen Omlm.r.Cor. Elizabeth Haraaget OM
DRESS PRINTS
_.
ville with her brother In-law and r ;
of Palatka .
Broward Strickland J. H. Ritch ;returned to West sister. Mr and Mrs. M. H. Lang CANVOUIHAOINCthtdtliqhtotheman- Guaranteed Fast Color rt15c'
8 visiting friends here Wednes Palm Beach Thursday after a short and while there will attend the P.-T. A. Meets Miss Dorothy Sapp of Starke in \

y. visit here with his family, State Woodmen, Circle convention. The Brooker P.-T. A. held its spent Friday night with her cousins loulsvil/cKv./ .,who.after suffering r Bettor
at lOcI +
stomoch disorders for 15 Quality
regular meeting Thursday, Feb. 8. Misses Louise and Agnes from vrs.,
F. E. Carr of Keystone Height Mrs. J. L.'Wilkes and.lrsL.; L. Mrs., J itliuM.1 .DeSha and little This meeting,was",presided over by Sapp. coined BISMAREXHc'nmrfclt I3i1! Ib.In two monthbyusing j SATURDAY SPECIAL '

La a business visitor here Satur Roane wllre'guests Tuesday\ of daughter. Marjorie of Wildwood the president, Ms.T.! C. Hazen. A Mrs. H. M. McRae and children I bet+er I'ana now enjoys three 3f>-Inch Sheeting

y. their sister Mrs. A.Z.Adklns. Mrs. 'W. L. Edwards and little speech was given \by pne pupil from were the guests of ',her daughter, meal a oy. square No {the 'fleuvlett. But Fair Quality r
daughter., Fredrika; Mrs.. W. W. each room giving,an argumentwhy Mrs. T. N. Norman, Saturday aft :
|:Mr. and Mrs., O. F. Tomlinson Mrs. H..L.: ." Brownlee, Jr., and lit- Page and son, Billy and Miss Leah their room should win the ban- ernoon. i if 9cwrrChildren's

Lake Butler were visitors here tle son:Louie, and Mrs. M. Leviton Struth of Jacksonville are guests ner. After these talks a vote was ""Mi"" Mary Reddish was the EXPLANATIONBlsmaRex I *.*

Iday. spent Thursday in Jacksonville. this week of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. taken. .ProfessollaWiggina'! room !gifest'of Miss'Gladys Keene Sun- is a new antac.d treat- Shoes s.

Struth. and Miss Kate Struth. was victgrioudMSj 4v *r'x"' :day."**.* f Vi ment that is bringing welcome relief ArtUCfoRDS( ALL KINDS y
Bev '
I Mrs. Lcia Alvarez and Miss Bin Blakely of Jacksonville and Following the.qular..meetlng a I to thousands everywhere who Patent Leather Strap j Sizes 8 to :8 Wt
.
l. : Mrs Norman and ,
in Jack- Mr n&<< ; Leroy
Iy Cady spent Monday "
Miss Edna Hutto spent Tuesday Miss Hazel Adkins of Tallahassee lecture was given by Prof. .L./-.' suffer the agonies of Indigestionand 'Vo' $1.00
Mr. and Mrs.
nvllle.I friends in Ocala. here at the sons were'visiting other acid stomach aliments. ,
afternoon with spent the week-end Gray of Starke. He organized here Ike Norman Sunday afternoon.. i;
home of her parents Judge and a League for Better Schools. The Blsma-Rex acts four ways to give PeteCa' Shoes '
I Mr. and Mrs. U A. Brown of Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Miss Adkins I members of this league were urgedto Miss Vesta McRae spent the lasting relief in three minutes. It "

Looker were visitors here Monday spent Thursday here with her parents had as her guest for the week-end i pay their.poll':tax and to vote week-end with. her' cousin. Miss neutralizes excess acid; relieves __
[ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. Miss Yvonne Radford of Cross for a representative whom they Helen Norman. the: stomach of gas; soothes the CHILDREN __
City both of these young ladies being feel will do the most for the benefitof i Mr, and Mrs J. D. Reddish and Irritated membranes; and aids _
I Mrs. Frank Merrill of Keystone Mrs. L. D. Green and daughter students of the State College the schools and the community.This son, Russell, were the guests of digestion of foods most likely to IT 'PAYS TO BUY AT ;

[eights was a visitor here Wednesy Elise, spent the week-end at Mayo f r for Women. league was joined 100 per cent Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keene Sunday. ferment. Bl ma-Rex is sold only

afternoon.A. with Mrs. Green's mother Mrs. L. I by the P.-T.:1.. of*this school. Mr and Mrs. H. L. Edwards were at Rexall Drug Stores. Get a jar STERNBERG'S

I A Dees. Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Powell JohnH. ...=., ,. the guests of their son-in-law and today at Mitchell's Drug Store, ,
A. A. Durden of Monticello Wall Powell, Mrs., J. D. Doyle Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alva Starke Florida.-Adv Starke, Florida

Lending to business here Thursy Mrs,A. F. Sauls spent the week- and Mrs. Lloyd Green Mr.*, and Bancataur .,Sermon rez, Sunday,.:'
and Friday.Mrs. end at Delray Beach with Mr. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Juanita and The baccalaureate sermon for Miss Alice Edwards 'was the

Sauls who is located there for the Sara Barefoot Mrs. A. II. Green the graduates of the Brooker Junior guest of her cousins Misses Mary J,
[ Myrt Waters of Atlanta present.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt, Mrs. and Mae Fortner Sunday.A .
i., has been the guest for severalys High School was given Sunday
S. R.
0.' E. StansburyMiss Nancy large crowd from this section JQHNS'WEEK'ItND:
of Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick at afternoon, Feb. 18, in the school
r home on'South Walnut Street. O. L. Beaaley, Mrs. T. J. Clarke and A. J. Griffis attendedthe auditorium. The'' opening prayer attended church services at Water t
Mrs. E. S. Matthews and baccalaureate at the
Griffin, sermon Oak Sunday night.
was given by Rev. Taylor of Hamp-
Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw spent Tuesdayin Brooker Junior High School Sun- ton. Rev. Copeland of ,Alachua There will be prayer meeting at '
.,
ENT A Jacksonville. day afternoon. assisted by Rev. G. E. McCauley the home of Mr. and Mrs.. W. R
WORD delivered the sermon. Woodle Friday night. Everybody
Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson VERO MAN TO nUN welcome.to attend.
spent the weekend in St. Petersburg .
COLUMNANTEDMan
SPECIALS
with Mr. Epperson's sister MIAMI-Charles A. Mitchell Locals In Nebraska it is against the

| to farm my place Mrs. N. A.., Odom. I Vero Beach attorney*has announced Mr and Mrs. L. R. Waters are law to.allow tumbleweeds, which
at Crosby Lake Aubrey Frink. his candidacy for the Democratic the proud parents a baby boy blow:'around spreading seeds- to B rh.
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and nomination for the seat in born Sunday, Feb. 18. grow on a farm. ..
.ED PEANUTS Fordhook Lima little daughter Geraldine of the the United States Senate, now Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and ,,- ,, I

I ardware Beans, &our Furniture specialty.Co. 'Starke l-19tf State Farm were visitors here Saturday held by Park Trammel Mr. 'children and Mrs. Edna Pearce of NOW'Booking 24 Lbs. Self Rising FLOUR_,_____ .._85c I
: afternoon. Mitchell is at present county at- Jacksonville spent' Sunday with I AM _

ANTED-Baby alligators this torney and has represented IndianRiveI' Mrs. Crosby parents Mr.::. and Mrs. 24 Lbs. Pillsbury FLOUR._______$1.05 ,
year's hatch.' Advise quantityu :Mrs. Charley Johns and Miss County in the State Legisla L. R. Gainey. >
immediately. E A. Patsy Brinson spent Sunday in ture.' He is president of the Young P.: 5 Lbs. RICE ; ; .20c
can supply Mr. and 'of Gainey.,;was transacting ------.f 3 ------.....
their Indian River
Democrats Club
with parents
fartin Seed Co., Jacksonville Fla. Hugh business in Starke Monday.Mr. For O. C. WALLER Improved t .,

tt Mrs. T.. A. Brinson. child.County.He He is is married a member and has of one the and Mrs. H. B. Crosby, Mrs.L. Western Missionary Strawberry 3 Lb,. LARD ______--_i _______20c r

R SALE --o Cabbage plants, Mrs. D..P. Carpenter and Mrs.: T.T. Methodist Church and Is a Mason, B. Crosby P. A. Crosby and Plants. 5 Lbs. GRITS or MEALl9c::
| Wakefield Succession and Flat Long spent the weekend in Ba- Shrtner and Elk. He is past president Mrs. S. M. Mott were transacting See Me For SPECIAL'PRICES

tch, 15c,per 100$1 per 1,000. conton Ga., with their mother, of the Vero" Beach Rotary business!; in Starke Friday. 5 Lbs. Navy or Northei'n'BEANS.: J25c
Ion gets later. A..1. Grlffls Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Club. D. W. Moore )' ?.

irke, Florida. 11-24U 'Consumption of tin has Increased 5 Lbs. Black PEAS 25cf i "
:Miss CIeOSheparQbf Hilllaid is Jr,EngUsh railway passengers take enormously with the popularity of STARKE FLORIDAREVEALS Eye ,1.__;.._____

TSUMA Orange trees rosebushes enjoying a visit here with'her Meters 25,000 towels monthly from the silk and artificial silk. 3 No. 2 Cans TOMATOES:
j and other nursery stock Mrs. C. A. Knight and Miss sleeping cars of Great Britain's .. ________25c
|om Glen, Saint Mary Nursery.e railroads. '
Lena Belle Shepard.Mrs. .
Health
Aubrey Frlnk 60S: Madison St., 1 Club BAKING POWDER_____5c,,

[ arke. Fla. 29IUI32I| | I Charley Johns, Mrs. ,W. B. '.The cost of firing a tripleturretsalute / Three 5c
Mundy Jr.. Miss Mum Mantissa in the case of England's sea- Pkgs. ARGO STARCH_____7c {
R. SALE-Well-rooted young fighter H. M. S. Nelson Is about
I berry plants, 75c per do- $2.00 and George in Jacksonville.Manaasa spent last $3,500. Tall MILK, 3 Cans- ___1-: _________17c
ft' hundred.. $15.00 per thousand; Thursday TC
|imball organ. $10.00; fine Jersey 10.Lbs. IRISH TOES.25e 3
II, $40.00. Please do not call on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone and t: ",

turday In, response to this ad. Mrs. Lee Allen and children friends -
J.Pattee;Starke Fla. ;ItpTRAWBERRV Jacksonville were visiting :-

PLANTS 10,- here Wednesday afternoon. Why the Sudden >9 1'a ar/e .4 Lb. Cans RITTER'S BEANS_____17c

000,000 Missionary and Blakeore Paul Knight and :Milton Brown e 2 Lbs. Pure Ground COFFEE 25c
__ __
__
at $2.00 per 1,000 $9.25 per lee Jr., of the University of Florida to. 1 '
000. Prompt shipments of guar* spent the'' week-end here at Change Liquid Best' SWEET FEED '
I1 teed _*____ ::. $1.80
true to name state certified the home of their parents. ----

pease free, new land plants. Place Laxatives? Wesco
tiers with Brownlee Bro .' Corre- Mrs. W. B.,Mundy Jr., and :Mrs. HEN" SCRATCH.. .*_______$1.85 f

bondence solicited. C. S.'Perdue.. .T. R,. Sunn' soent Thursday In No. 2 YELLOW CORN & $1.65
I'Jrseryman, Showell Md. Gainesville with :Mrs. 'Thelma -; -------

l-19-12t-4-6 Steele and Mrs. F. A. Moore. Doctor have always recognized the Veribest SHORTS (16 '
cent) $1.65
per ___
value of the laxative whose done! can .
UNTING'S SELECT MISSIONARY S. T.Dell of Gainesville was be measured and whose action can % < :
STRAWBERRY PLANTS here Mrs.last Thursday'attending the need as ;regulated to suit individual uz Bright C. S. MEAL (7 per cent),__$1.65
\Grown on the famous Eastern I
of the tree In honor of her

[pore Free of of Maryland disease and and Delaware bisects father planting,, the late Col.W. T. Weeks.. to'The the use public of liquid too laxatives.is fast returning People DJM-KISSls'so' Infinltrty finer that it gives any skin theappearance Complete Line of Fruits. and VegetablesWE

clal price, $2.00 per 1,000 plus have learned that a properly prepared ? of petal-soft perfection'seemingly without the
:M E. Edwards spent sev-
Mrs. laxative bria
"press. liquid
Place orders with J. B. '
pp, Starke Fla., or write Bunt- eral days this _week In Jackson- novemeot without any discomfort use of powder ft ttt. You will never be satisfied with any SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS FOR PROMPT

gos Nurseries Inc., Selbyville I vOle with her son-in-law and i at the time,or after.The other, once yon have. used it. A French creation pure,
SERVICE
and ..., J. L. DELIVERY :
.K.
elaware.IROMINENT. daughter. Mr. dose of a liquid laxative cane dinging for o&us and blended to your individual,
,. type.
Brlggs. > varied to suit the needs of the .
PIANO FACTORY -_ individual.. The action can thus be 4.F'. .
has unpaid piano account near Miss Georgia Doyle r of Green regulated. It forms no habit; you' HiIIII. Bleach.Pecb. '
need not take a "double dose" a day 60e Phone 45 Free Delivery'
arke.
.
spendingseveral RatM
Will Is
,
sacrifice to any relible Cove Springs or two later. Nor will a mild UquJdlaudve [) 1''<
party willing to complete weeks In Starke with'her brother irritate the kidneys.
nau payments on easy terms. and sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs.. J. r
tea model sm-U upright: also D. Doyle. 7VW wrong'tothortic. 1IJIl1I' often Jo S. R. JohnsTHE
tIIIIft harm than goad.Dr. ?irI
by\grand
\ ,ball; in. Good pianos
?
Caldwell's Pepsin is
aree and'prteoi' rising, but anx- Mrs Thelma Johns went to Syrup. a
us,to avoid first of the week and eCriptton. and 'is'perfectly toft.tive .
the
heavy loog.dlstaDce Oveido I. '
? actiod Is bated on senna I
lipping costs. Snap: for .quick visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jordan -S IlfllIUGl laxative.. The bowels will PACE POWDER OLD RELIABLE!

*er. Write for full facts without for several days after which she not become: dependent OB this formof If ............. I
M4 M
bllgatlon. DMT m* v rM M MUM.AlMfO SERVICE: MY MOTTO FOR
Addre-s Manufacturer's went to Miami to spend two weeks help. Or.; Caldwell's Syrup O''EJl THiRTY-FflT nAJ&SDAy. : +r
H.aunt CO. M RM AMt,V**Y..*i ""**" J
*gent P. Ov Box IdS .GbtcAgo, IlL ,with friends Is at ail divi M.. Member N.R. A. .


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by Demonstration Agents ; !=:- :! ,U 11ft, .

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p al FAeTN.EOM THG
1 THAN ANI'OTN.S'.Il -,
-- MAINLAND
; J,16HTN' ANNOUNCES FOR SENATE! RULING SET ASIDE

Crotalpria Species .... TAMPA Florida's National LAKE WALES-The
"" TH6 QLO Btal

RURAL I Suitable As Forage vrrAV."lllrMeY+v ( i .)'t_;d'k41..4+:.. .:\o :+,............ ......:!'.'vy'wlt, \ Democratic Committeewomen, Mrs. Citrus Control committee !in u I
-... ... .. '": Hortense K. Wells of this city baa brought Into legal
existence
.L I Io COMMON SENSE Is Now Available ..t...........__1 ......'.;.....,*...??!..r./ -.<...;-."..,.u J,. I'.J1'l'-. ,; .7 announced her candidacy for* the by the action of the United ship ant! I
Senate to the
States
By SPUDS JOHNSON United subJtK Circuit Court of Appeals at Ne I
June primaries. She will seek the Orleans, which set aside
FBdII1l
OAINESVILLE-A species of ... .. seat now occupied by Park Tram- Judge Akerman's order
1 ,j\ WORTH WHItE VALUES crotalarla suitable for use as forage ,\Sr. .. mell. restriction of Florida prohlblttDr
OF LIFE PROVIDED BY sought since this plant came citrus 8b1ments.
SIMPLE TASKS, JOYS Into prominence for soil Improving Th: The action nullified UL
ruling by Judge
FOREST SERVICE REPORTS Akerman reftuh.1
several years ago has ._ .,.p (
purposes ; ., t. to permit the control
v. TALLAHASSEE-About fifteen commltteeill
Although farming la becoming a been found by the Florida Agricul- : "
r complicated occupation, requiring a tural Experiment Station and the hundred acres of private land in operate pending hearing of tht l

+1,' s 4; high degree of skill in fertilizing, United States Department of Agri- .. Florida have been refcrested this appeal.

l., planting cultivating, fighting ever- culture. The new species Is called season, according to a report of the -
and Insect pests, _.,. .-. Florida Forest Service. Records at
present disease intermedia and it Is satisfactory .. DROUGHT EMPTIES! LAKES
keeping machines in order feeding for both soil building and animal the state nursery at Raiford TALLAHASSEE protntged !

Lr it and raising animals, and marketing feeding according to an announce- show that almost a million seed- .drought in northwest Florid]

"d the products yet it still is and always ment by officials of the two cooperating -rJlE lings have been shipped to date. has dried up two lakes of consider,|

will be a simple way of llv Institutions. 7 2UN able size available reports L

ing. The man who lives close to "Crotalarla intermedia, one of PART-TIME EMPLOYMENTTALLAHASSEEWorking Lake Lafayette, five miles east revel d! I

the soil lives near Nature herself the newer Introductions bears: 7 : stu- Tallahassee has emptied Its
UTL.t; watts.
and most dents in Florida In
most complicated yet promise as a cover crop for soil colleges now are Into subterranean sources beneath
k in her manfestationa. line for part-time employment by
simple the lake's "well" I
Improvement and as a forage crop] or big sink at tb
And so it la that in the simpler on lands adapted to Its growth," Uncle Sam to help them toward north end. Lage Octahatchee, be-j

: Sr things of life are the greatest Joys the announcement stated. It makesan their education. The Emergency tween Madison and Valdosta, aim]

Pi found. People the world over are erect growth" the stems are Relief Administration was notified is reported about empty, due to I
\\1 less woody than those of stiata, Friday part-time student employ- drought conditions. Both liikei" \
%y seeking satisfactions and contentment ment is to be made available to
and the leaves persist until fairly ford fine fishing when in nornuil
; in life realizing that it is late In the growing season. Yieldsof ten per cent of the enrollment in condition.

which make life worth material Florida's thirteen accredited colleges -
,,, these things green plant compare -
vp r the living. In recent years with favorably with other common spe- v'r and universities. PEPPER TO MAKE K\CE

forced cies of crotalarla.The TALLAHASSEE Claude l
readjustments being uponIrnl' ... FIRESTONE OPTIMISTICJACKSONVILLEHarvey Pepper
seeds of intermedia are m., I Tallahassee lawyer, hag ao-l
to .
us, people are beginning sum up Firestone -
o small mixed white and red In color \ nounced his candidacy for thtl
the real values of living and to appreciate '1r., 's_; Akron tire manufacturer
somewhat heart-shaped. Hard seed United States Senate In success ]
," ; ; them highly once more. coats are common, and better r;.&"' ... stopped off here briefly en route to to Senator Park Trammell!, whutl
.J.A GGSr TN.E his winter home at Miami and said
And the prevailing thought now Is o.
stands are obtained by scarifyingthe present term expires January \\
r I''t that agriculture Is not such a bad seed before planting. The ordinary 1 MA, /NG i-vQr lSS t "recovery already Is here." He next. Mr. Pepper declares that htl
+ + vocation after all. from threeto said his factory at Akron was op-: I
rate of seeding is will within a short time present bb
1 Farm life offers all types of I five pounds per acre, either drilled erating twenty-four hours a day statement af views. Mr. Pepper bl

mti! (; work some suitable to the abilities or broadcast more seed being T six days a week and employing' a former member of the Leglali I

:. of each, member of the family. It required in broadcasting than In A hundred and fifteen' miles southwest the TRUNK TURTLE, inhabits Florida 15,000 men. He added that he be-: ture from Taylor County and hi
lieved should be increased I
l x7", offers a measure of independence row planting. Yields have ranged of the mainland of Florida lie seven low waters I It attains the enormous weightof to keep wages with the rise In com- generally admitted to be one of!UK I

r and self-reliance yet at the same between three and one-half and ten bars composed of shell and coral sand., 1 000 pounds! Found occasionally' in modity prices.pace state's most effective speaker!!, !
time It demands co-operation. tons of material per acre.
green tropical reputation gained largely through
They are the Dry Tortugas Islands. On'one waters and semi-tropical seas itis
at
neighborliness and friendship In the forage Investigations his performance as a member til
some of the simples but must valuable the experiment:\ station findings of these, LOGGERHEAD KEY, is located J nowhere common and therefore seldom CUT DOWN PURCHASES the House and through his rt-l

f r attributes of any occupation. thus far Indicate that the green a picturesque lighthouse with a distinction seen. In the water its massive flippersare TALLAHASSEE Superintendents sponse to many invitations to I

1p 1 There la real value and pride In plants are less palatable than some no other can claim. It is J farther used in seal-like fashion, being very of Florida's correctional and speak at various functions anil

31 the possession! of one's own handiwork of the sweet succulent grasses, but away from the mainland than any other graceful in their movements. The Trunk charity Institutions were told in gatherings throughout the stall I

d simple though the articles of cattle have grazed them at several lighthouse on earth 1 Turtle breeds on the Tortugas Islands, the conference with Governor Dave Mr. Pepper's announcement sires I

+l Q this handiwork may be. It Is them stages of maturity. Artificially The largest marine turtle in the world. Bahamas and along the Brazilian coast. v Sholtz 'and other members of the es the point that he Is In the con,I
Board of State Institutions here
of well cured has been eaten in consid-
pleasurable feeling a Job hay test to the end. asserting that htl
done that la real. The materials erable amounts and Its possibility Thursday that they must reduce will conduct a vigorous campalgeNOTW1 !
t sticking the buyer good and plenty. of all of them appeared-the report purchases to an absolute minimumof
with which one works may change as a hay crop is being Investigated
but the pleasure Is lasting. further. The forage of Intermedla 11 Costs have gone appreciably faster on mall order sales which is essential needs. Until tax revenues n TO Ai-PKAII .
a
g [Economic Highlights than has the average Income. But a sure-fire barometer of the rural pick up, the officials said In the name of the State of Florida
i has made satisfactory silage.
ttt' Simple pleasures such as are of- It appearing affidavit filed In]
handful of
Roebuck showed
a Congressmenhave
only Sears a
The beat stage of maturity for purse. purchases will be limited almost that certain cauae- In the Circuit!
fered by the farm and the open in- had nerve enough to speak of thirty per cent improvement over entirely to such foods as cannot be Court, Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit I IIn
country are the most lasting most harvesting aa forage la being .Iap.*alB)**> That After the 01.... and for Bradford County, Florida,!
this. And what they've said hasn'tmade last and Ward
3 vestigated. Pall. Dividend c... ... and Tax year Montgomery raised on the various state farms' In Chancery entitled Horace brims
j .3 wholesome most pure, and conse- feeding is desir- Rllla of laver Individual/ -Na- a dent. forty-five per cent. Ward's retail clothing and shoes not produced at' Khoades, complainant vs Charlotte
; quently most desirable pleasures Supplemental tloaal and International problewMInseparable Blxler Rhoad., defendant, and tin I
in and medi
So far business la stores operated large the Raiford and for
prison and
said. as general con care .
't obtainable. The and the able, the officials Pros* E.eeal welfare relief prayed for being a divorce I
pleasures The experiment station baa a cerned, the most Important law to um-sized cities were up twentyone maintenance. that the defendant .le a resident ofil
l labors of the farm while at times cent. Its mail order department State or Country other than Florldi.!
limited of Intermedla seed The most remarkable thing about come before Congress in the near per
supply to-wit, the Slat.Iof
j' and burden- SAND City of Long; Island
seem puerile
they may C the present Congress Is Its lack of future will probably be a White which serves the very KILLS FARMER ?> New York, and le over the am oil
l'L some offer in simple pure form remarkableness. Before it convened House supported plan for revisingthe small town and the farm, was STUART-Gillie S. Bishop, 42 a twenty-one years and that there III
of life's most worth while resident of no person In the State of Florida I
many Tropical Farms for the
IA the prediction was that it would securities act. A number of eighty per cent ahead. service upon whom would personally I
values. I Hints To Housewives simply be a echo of the President grave errors were made in the Theres' hardly an Industry that past ten years was killed when he bind said defendant
IT IS ORUtfHKD. that the defendd
with possibly a few false notes to draft that became the law. of the Isn't feeling the change. The terrific was caught beneath a caving sand ant Charlotte Blxler Khoada appear
add interest, Nlneteen-thlrty-four land at the last Congress. It was Jump In automobile business bank while engaged In digging a to the Bill of Complaint on the 2nd I
Weekly from Home Demonstration is after all the In which all to the of well. Mr. Bishop had Just started day of April! A. D. 1934 otherwlMildecree
year designed prevent selling Is responsible for much of the betterment pro confesso wilt be entered !
Specialists, TallahaaaM the Representatives run for reelection dubious stocks and bonds-but as inasmuch as a thousand construction of a home of his own ag-ainst her for her. failure to appear I

and normally there wouldbe matters turned out It prevented the other industries contribute to the and was working on the house with order It le be further published ORDERED once a week that thlil for I

DELIGHTFUL WAYS OF > a lot of personal political fence selling of the most honest securl- making, selling repairing and serv- two helpers. The men were putting tour consecutive. weeks In the Brad I

SERVING FLORIDA'S building done in both houses. But tiei Capital has simply ceased to icing of cars. The department down a well when the pipe broke ford of general County circulation Telegraph, a newnpnptr., II l I I
published
!4rr 4 FRESH STRAWBERRIES Congress has been even more of a flow into industries which sorely stores are likewise doing much bet 'off about twelve feet below the Bradford County, Florida: I
rubber- tamp than was forecast. need it and are entitled to it. Re- ter. BUI'face. Excavating to the broken witness my hand and the official I
seal of said Court thin the 7th day oil
p k Delicious Florida strawberriesare Matters have reached the point vision of the bill will probably Include tip. Bishop went down Into the February A. D. 1934.

found plentifully on the mar- where its doings outside of routine modification of the liability Four acres of ground on a farm hole eight feet deep and was bend- Clerk A. J.of THOMAS, Court!
the Circuit
kets of the state now and recipesfor approval of one Roosevelt provisions and will tone It down ing over attaching a rope to the Bradford County FloridaU. I
near Free Soil Mich., yielded 250
when the ..
pipe sand about 1
i aren't that honest businesses him PATTEN,
using them fresh are of inter- measure or another even generally ao
bushels of wheat the caved In. Solicitor Cor Complainant.
past year.; .
est. The following are suggestedby front page news. The Republican wishing new capital will have noth- -1.0-'-lit..!- I
4 -wave. > the State Home Demonstration party has made only sporadic attempts ing to fear when offering securitiesto

h Department: to prepare for elections. It the public.
Strawberry Pie has no general program, no outstanding .. o LOOK HERE-FRIENDS!IAlfi .

Fresh strawberry pie Is a pastryof national leader no unani- Money is a strange article. The
S
which everybody Is particularly mity of opinion among its mem- economist figures! out what this or
5Wclba Selector size ond. It has a delicious flavor and bers. A large!!, percentage of Republicans that monetary policy will do-and

never told/ or ell than makes and added variety and a in both houses vote with when it Is put into effect resultsare DOLLAR SAVING !

now can .. ... welcome change in the menu. the President apt to be diometrically different OFFER
10*. Yop buy Wash berries carefully remove The meaning of all this of ; That Is true to an extent of

the MOM the and qualityfor cape. Place In a container and add : course, la that most Senators and the Roosevelt fifty-nine cent dollar

about a pound of sugar for each epreaentativea: believe that the commodity markets and strength-
5 Iuatthink long By ....... All -....... with MM .......
two quarts of berries depending of : New Deal taking It as a whole, I Reason for creating it was to boosten Magaz n.s off the

Havana and imported tobacco course on their sweetness. Let I still has the public confidence Is the American position in foreign C..t'by W. Brilljr y- .... Ngg.st i.rgah. 0' All T'me' .

? stand over night. The next day : till popular. They believe that to trade. ...........111.. T. 3 famous Magaln.s with A New
for RenewalALL4ONLY
only 5clfu t drain off juice and bring to a boll. oppose It in a strenuous way la the As soon as Mr. Roosevelt signedthe Order for This. Now.p.p.r.MAKE or

on a FLOR de MEUDAto Thicken with corn starch tapioca equivalent of political suicide although bill fireworks started in the .
_. or flour by blending with a I practically all the Republicans stock and bond markets.! Activity "" "'

-*get the moit your small amount of the juice. Pour I outside of the Insurgent wing was the heaviest In many months UP YOUR OWN CLUB! -

ney ght.wr into the boiling mixture and stir and many of the Democrats fearIt with shares'' changing hands at
constantly until of the proper con- la being carried too far that the dizzying rate. Prices were r.1 CHOOSE 1

}r 1.. UwfcOlH Mfg.Co,MabraNmrark. latency. Remove from fire stir In experiments in various Instancesare ally up. But the commodity market -

N.J.tc berries and allow to cool. Add mixture getting out of hand that some did not react accordingly. And 1 Ma.puriM From Qrowi' "A". $ GO
to the previously baked pastry of the new laws and bureaus are
across the water the pound startedto 2 I'.t.33az......i From Group "&"
of J shell cover with meringue and tampering, not forwarding the depreciate faster than the dol- J

bake only long enough to color progress> of recovery. The NRAand lar. In London it dollar was still And

lightly and set meringue. Or the the consumer la a case In worth sixty-one cents. Result of Tz: :: : =' p n Full V. -
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freshly sweetened berries may be point A definite feeling Is growing that was that banks could buy gold f.WHY PAYMORE

MELBAOAtNESVnXJS added to individual tart shells and that the big manufacturing industries there'for $34 ship it to Washington ?

covered with whipped cream. Serveat are running rampant so far and sell it for $33--* profit of
once. This makes a dessert of as prices are concerned and are
three per cent in a week. At last
rare fruitiness and flavor. reports the fast liners for America Your Choice of Any One Y Your Choice of Any Two I

2. Strawberry Shortcake shortening (preferably butter or were solidly booked with gold Mjgeuine In This Group Magazines In This; Group

Use two cups sifted flour three butter substitute),. and two-thirds freight for more than two weeks GROUP A jySQ > GROUP B

( GAINESVILLE: CANDY CO. tablespoonfuls baking powder, oneable&poonful I cup milk. In advance. Much of the world's UcCatrs Mscaal_Ill4; Tr. ,, -vt D Better.:Home tfGardtne
salt, two tiblespoonuls -
OalnenrUIa." 'Fla,. DtetrUmto* sugar four tablespoonfuls Sift together with the flour bakIng supply of gold came out of the Q W_'s Home Coopw-i'Y r. | .. 171
treasuries of Holland
powder salt, and sugar, Cut Belgium O Kaview\MMMM Yt. BWonun's 1 World 171
in the shortening and mix lightly Switzerland and Italy to the Q Ifrrtsji Pfay -. *.* .::. .1 yr. | C R d Migadne I 71
a with the until like biscuit United States. France sent most 8 N< HOW\ WOMEN CAN WIN MEN liquid of all-105,000,000 franca worth; O HaQyweed Mews Msg?.Yr. Good Stories J yr
s ough. Divide Into two equal portions This la exactly what the Treasurywants. D Opsj* .... (B"y.)____j Tt.D 0 Country Home e 21"
and roll each Into a sheet PaUktedw (Wkly ...,_lYr. 0 Successful Farming 171
about one-half inch thick.. Bake In So long as gold flows Into
AND MEN WINe t 0 Ptocrtwivc Farmer 2
-. shallow pan. one sheet upon the the country there will be no diffi- rm i f A* Ds! ,.. .J Southna Agriculturist I.1"tbl. "

e other after spreading the lower culty in keeping the dollar's ex- ,l auM'{b tie*II.., And Tour Any Ont
Favor of Other Men lightly with butter. Or. cut the change value down. There la danger THRU a >Y, Af IN + G.A
dough after rolling into rounds as that France however will prohibit ALLtFN THREE
I Unless two pints of bile juice expect them to eat rid of this polso. for biscuit placing two rounds gold exports. In that case
flow daily from liver into that deitroya your penonal harm.. TheCan't
your will to
the American have
do It. for they only move out the upon each other separated by a Treasury
; /
1ae
A o..J.-
f food
your bowels your decays in tall end. ol your bowel and that doeea't thin layer of butter. If preferred sell dollars to keep 'their value TNjjl
your bowels. This poisons your taks away enough of th. decayed' 110.......
whole body. Movements get hard Conraettes one egg beaten and added to one- down precisely aa stock manipu- .
dr 'and constipated.: You get yellow Only a fnnSow:-r.:otaeurr: bile Julc will half cup milk can be used Insteadof lators throw great blocks of shareson 1..... t... ,a._ FUaaa tana m. tile tkr.a.gaeY...
stop this decay In
tongue yellow skin pimples dull mild vegetable medicine your which bowel atartra Ttwon milk only. Beat the egg and the open market to depreciatetheir There are no string attached to thisoffarl cb.efc-4 wkk e jeee..N.edytba .. '
: eyes, bad breath, bad taste, gas free flow' o' lru'N bile Juice la Carter add milk until the cup Is two-thlrda value. But the burning prob- [ JOIII'. saw.p.p.lh>>
dizziness, headache. You have become Little Liver calomel. (mercury) lem of lethargic commodity mar- Every magazine nbecrhHiea
la tarter. .. Oaly ._ mild vegetable ..
tug sour-thinkinR an ugly-looking foul- mell.You extracts. If you would bring' Back ynupervonnj full.After baking In a rather hot kets remains to be solved. bill be filled exactly as r'epeeawbd.iYem." -
person. charm to win men. Stan taking .
have lost your personal charm. Carter' Little Liver Pllle according to oven about fifteen minutes separate U any of.your subscriptions are tonewals .
Everybody wants to run from you. directions,."aomethln today. ref just at drug aa ...,.tones.Refu ocI",.for It the two layers. Spread each In spite of all the obstacles to be the thus wOl be property ea-1 ,".....t or JMX_ _

w But don't take salt, mineralwaters. may' .'.1..*. ......... teeth or scald with butter And well sweetened bar overcome, the signs of better business -
oils, laxative pills, laxa rectum. Ask for Cart.?. Little tended ''I'ewa sad Stet.y
Liver Pill' by name and ffefc ries. Serve with whipped cream at are growing more numerous.
jir ,tlve candies chewing gums and what you\aik for. CI S3.C),M.Co. __ once r. i A short time ago one of the best


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28. 1931
FEBRUARY
JAV, BRADFORD COUNTY TELI{QRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA '
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llty word a i lamp unto my fed, In d I light rots ay .-Ptaln 11910&ru : --
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rtlltrtrilfl, Jpnilfl-. J religious teaching doctrine orr.fPllHHUMU.
creed if they" are to have any claim
fen the love, loyalty devotion of the people, must be in harmony with
teachings of Jesus the Christ whone words fit into every fold and crevice i iti
Rh human THIS of whom !it was Mid ln John 7:46."NEVER MAN : -1 : I
Torn 49hmlp,I KAjCE LIKE MAN*" f -I

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'ra tol'tl ef Bradford and Union counties. are Invited to UM this dem -
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nt for news ef church activities organization and announcehts. -

Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement a ez 1, vv e 7
t Ne 'hg that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning 'I'Irye 1

blie"o trwiae they cannot be handled for current Issue.


1 l [UIKE CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst slogan of the church in her mis- t
sionary endeavors.!

Baptist Church "And when He had called unto a > \ I L
lev. J. J. Johnson pastor. His twelve disciples, He gave them a '
lA unday School-10:00: A.. M.Tlornlng power against unclean spirits, to f

Worship-11:00 A. M. cast them out, and to heal all manner I
I. y P, U.=6:30: P. M. of sickness and all manner of

, I |vening Worshlp-7:30: P. M. diseases. Now, the names of the
.met I I cordial Invitation extended to twelve apostles are these: The
0 Idet.latml, there services. first Simon, who Is called Peter,
o and Andrew his brother; James he
Veal Christian Churchear son of Zebedee, and John his brother
'std [ Evangelist Voiles next Sun- ; Philip, and Bartholomew;
at the Christian Church.. His Thomas, and Matthew the publican )
''ICJttl norm last Sunday were enjoyed ; James the son of Alphaeus, and
it b fall who heard them. His sermons Lebbaeus whose surname was

', br i earnest, forceful, direct, scrlpial Thaddaeus; Simon the Canaanite,
atePry and edifying. Don't fall toar and Judas Iscarlot, who ,also be-

him next Sunday, Feb. 25.ne. trayed Him." > .t

Simon, who Is called Peter,
Faithfully yours, meaning a rock or stone. Peter '
W E. DAUGHERTY :Minister.: 1,4a a >1yS. o v
was the spokesman!! of the group. a a'V
Andrew, Peter's brother, brought
I Methodist Church Peter to Jesus, thus being the first ,' i4.
hev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. missionary of the kingdom heaven. I .
re.fir unday.School, 10 a.m.' James and John, sons of Zebedee, vTNGMNN'UIIJNNG
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I Morning worship at 11:00 a.m. Jesus called Boanerges, sons of I _
yoehow 'oung People's Meeting-6:30: thunder. James was the first m
I Iy IM.pvenlng. apostle to suffer martyrdom (Acts fij II

tbtl u Worshlp-7:30: P. M. 12:2): ). John Is known as "The disciple ffiA
whom Jesus loved." Philip
t thlil Presbyterian Church (John 14:8): ) ; Bartholomew (Na- I
trlillsl
.ev. George H. Lowry, Minister. thanoel) the Israelite In whom was xfI .
Jbl| | ,iervlcej next Sunday as follows: no guile; Thomas, the doubter, as '. F'FiA 'xyj 1 f Y ,
, 0:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. be la often called; Matthews 'he
is| Williams,acting superintendent. publican, James the son of Alpha- I
'. 'Iugt Meson Topic, "The Twelve Sent eus, who U called James the less in }

rdlWJ rth. Lesson Text, Matthew 9:33: Mark; Thadaeus, Simon of the Ca- I
.8. naanaen called also Simon Zelotes,
til 11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; or the zealot; and Judas Iscariot,

anil, mon by the pastor. the: only Judean among the twelve.
C:30: P. M.-Christian Endeavor; I "These twelve Jesus sent forth,
I Iea
ate pic, "Great Religious Leaders of' and commanded them, saying. Go
day." not into the.way of the Gentiles,
on.he 0 7:30: P. M.-Evenlng Worship; and into any city of the Samaritans D1Z.8oDc. I ;

, ng and sermon. ,- : enter ye not; But go rather to
gsd: A cordial invitation to all our the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

rvices extended to all. And as ye go, preach, saying, The
, kingdom of heaven is at hand. Heal

ell In the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise
wt UNDAY SCHOOL I the dead, cast out devils: freely:\
d4n" i have received, freely give." Then

II, LESSON I Jesus added this promise and warn-

Iheh ing: M

'- "Whosoever therefore shall con- S f 1nr t
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d4e FEBRUARY 25, 1934 fess me before men, him, will I ___
rI'r confess also before my Father <
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SUbject: The Twelve Sent Forth. which is la heaven. But whoso- y >
.Ii.b I Golden Text: "The harvest truly shall before him
ever deny me men, II
:DIGGING 8CGIUS: a II VIEW UNDER CONSTRUCTION a II
.bI. I GYM AND 5rtop
plenteous, but the laborers are will I also deny before my Father
I.CT jw; Pray ye therefore the Lord olo f which is in heavn." (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA dedl- after President john J. Tlaert had right An excellent( view of Ells main and Hon. P. K.. Yonge, of Pensacoia,. In"the' foreground, bean Norman ?'
, harvest that he will send forthborers ---IBOB handsome building, obtained an outright gift of $150.000 building, photographed from the the distinguished and beloved Flort- Rudolph, 'Weaver,? 'scbltctr>' nrl I
( Into his harvest. Mat tte p K. Yonge Laboratory School from the General Education :Board.In northwest corner of the 13-acre tract dlan In whoso honor handsome Mead,)and Paul Smith, contractor
lew 93738. the pictorial lay-out, upper left, on which the school Is located. A new structure Is named.At Lower center is view oI.UJa main
f the College of Education. The Dr. Arthur R. Mead, director of the i view of the west side of the main lower left Is a seen taken In building under construction, ; taker)
r [Lesson: Matthew 9:33: to 10:8: : JONES Mllding and 1U equipment repre- school; University President Tlgert building intersperses photographs of : the fall of 1033 when President from the roof of tiro
6r 6e ::32.33. ents f3 0.OOO.OO. Construction be- in center and Dr. James W.Norman, I Dr. Boyd H. Bode, of Ohio State Tlgert turned the first spade of soil and lower right, the.complete gjrnv. '
"And Jesus went about all the ao_In.. October 1933, Immediately. dean of the college of education at'' University th* dedicatory ipeaker. i on the building site. With Dr. Tlgert, Dalium..

(ties and villages teaching in their! OMMENTS
agogues, and preaching the gos- children. I think I know why. God, without just taxation to pay for posed amendment become a law, During 1925-20( the total numberof

pi 1 of the kingdom, and healingry .j 4 ON who made mothers and who understands 1 security education and the many the taxes we think wo have shirked crimes In London (population k
sickness and every disease 'HERE.N8 a mother's heart, knows It things to make life bearable and will be replaced by others that we 7,470,168)( ) was 115, a2. as comparedwith vi!
ong the people." HEREAFTER.Several isn't necessary to tell a' normal kfBJ cannot dream of as yet, and it will 233,083 in New York City /
a
What have been
pleasant. we accustomed -
r J According to Josephus thereere mother to love her child. I can to we must continue to prove as big a bungle as was the (population 5,924,179), ).
two hundred and four citiesd find no command in the Bible for Eighteenth Amendment to the national +0-
have and besides.Comparatively .
populous villages in Galilee, and years ago the famous Dr. men to pray to be saved. I can more Constitution-such a mass of The leaf-nosed bat of the West 1"
atthews tells us that Jesus went Mayo of Rochester, Minn., spoke to find examples where men did pray few homes in unforseen evils will develop till it Indies gets Its name from a leaf-
and were saved. I can find commands % Starke, Florida. Florida are worth $9,000. In Brad-; like appendage on its nose; its
bout> them all, teaching in their the students of,the Bob Jones Col- will be eventually repealed. And
agogues and preaching; the gos' lege. It was a most interesting ad- to repent, to believe, to obey Feb. 17, 1934. ford County they can easily be who are apt to be "soaked" the tongue is roughtened like a file and ai
el of the kingdom and healing aU dress. '"I have seen many people': the gospel, etc., but no command Editor Telegraph counted on the fingers of one hand, worst-the rich or the poor, What Is used for rasping fruit
anner of sickness I die" said Dr. Mayo "and I have to pray to be saved. I think I know Dear Sir: which means that nearly every, has history to say on that subject 7
for this. God who made A word of appreciation for the< home In this county would be free ovER
"But when He the multi- heard more dying people quote the the reason The last Legislature was well '
saw of wow
des He was moved with compason -; twenty-third Psalm than any other the human heart, knew it was not sewing room, under supervision from taxes. Corporations are already supplied with reverend gentlemen;
Mrs. C. F. Hoover. "soaked' 'about all NERVES
i literature." I do not remember necessary to tell penitent men to they can but It is not on record that any of
on them because fainted
they
In a visit to the work rooms, to stand. Those In favor of the measure .
When we have a troubled
nd anything else that Dr. Mayo said pray. them quoted anent the propolle.Jamendment
were scattered abroad
as the parent of a sick schoolboy that the Influx of houie
beep having and I am sure that most of the stu conscience when we know that God see argue Christ's injunction:
This word no shepherd. dents and faculty have forgotten loved us and Jesus died for us, 1 1is It I was greatly Impressed by seekers to Florida will be so great "Render unto Caesar the things
"compassion" means practically'' he said. However, as natural for men to pray as It the general atmosphere of this de- till the public utilities will harvest that are Caesar's; and unto God
uttering with
[ another hence sor'ow
-
or pity for another's; distress every student and every member of is for birds to sing, and as It for a partment. In the entire history of such increased profits that to pay; the things that are God's." "Cae- Y+'r r rt
r misfortune. It Is more than the faculty sat with open ears and flower to bloom. God Just made us this department there has not beena added taxes will be both easy and ,ar'. things" mean taxes, and in t.
particle of friction which speaks would the home-
But
ity; It is pity In .action. How listened to Dr.. Mayo speak. The that way. pleasant this Instance "God's things" are a
well for the leadershipof
competent who here for
seekers came simply
haracteristlc it la I of the Master, reason was because Dr. Mayo Is a 0-- righteous hearts, which will not
Mr*. Hoover. be of
DENMARK the sake of escaping taxes,
MR9.SUSAN
who himself took our infirmnltles great authority. He spoke with the I saddle upon others the burden they
nd bore our sicknesses... The mul voice of authority. Mrs. Susan Denmark 60, died There is no crowding of workersbut much value to the state? themselves should carry. The tax- ,IIY

itude seemed to Jesus like a flock e last Thursday morning at her home happy, congenial groups are The realtor element of Florida ation problem Is truly a Gordian
f sheep after the wolves had atacked When Jesus Christ was on earth at 2838 Fitzgerald Street Jacksonville found, each doing the work to I has cawed; her to be mlsrepretented. knot; but it will not do to loosen It
them. The figure of sheep the young people heard Him gladly after a brief illness. which she Is most adapted. Many In spreading the belief thata by a stroke of the sword; It must
widow of Dave skilled; workers are to be seen, and living here Is too easily made turn
Ithout a shepherd la a striking because Ha spoke with authority. Mrs. Denmark be undone turn by raversely
*ne, for the sheep of Palestine were I, People always listen to the man Denmark was a native of Starke many are learning' to sew for the We already have enough of settlers to the way it was tied in the be-
ot pastured in inclosed fields but who has an authoritative message. moving to Jacksonville several first time. The garments are well from other states--"white collar ginning.We .
pandered freely In uninhabited re- The trouble with the pulpit Is this: years ago. She was a member of made and bear no appearance of men" and those who have failed must not forget that the carloads -
Ions where there were wild beasts The note of authority baa largely the Baptist Church. institution garments as ons might I everywhere else--knowing nothing of money the government Is .
'na outer dangers which made nec- gone out of the ministry.- The Funeral services were held al expect. about farming, unable or unwilling now spending for relief must later IJf TO fwr Mm. fa w..-'' ;"
issary the constant care of shep- world la too busy to listen to a man Dyal cemetery near Raiford.. Fid- At present the women are work- to do hard work and to accommodate be paid .back-through taxation. AMM il Brv* fla kj BoArn.k ......
erds. The people were uncaredor who doesn't know what he Is talking day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock With I ng' on Infant' layettes. Those themselves to the farmer's The hoi pollol do not consider this, M sal* wends bark ye. <__.a$ tile ... ,
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by their about.I .- made In the killed in "dainty band, work are life. Before coming here, they be- tile eIaIIdI-.
[ professed religious interment being family but the corporations and "big busl W a..It *.tlM Ovr.weabdueg
eachers, the scribes and Phartlees. e permitted to ornament these little ieved that all that was necessary ness" do, and they will steer clear ... lead bear .........
heard a great preacher say recently PlotSurvivors are two'dauChtel's, garments according to their taste. for growing a crop. was to fill a of avoidable entanglements' a* muchas N W'< H-' II
"Then salth He unto His disclph "'One, real fact is better Mrs.W C. Rivers, with, whom she Some are making dainty quilts. shotgun full of seeds and fire It possible. So don't count too Iadlp. and e. Q
h s, the harvest truly la plenteous, than a dozen theories." Some of made her home 'and Mrs. Agnes The work room waa well heated over the wire grass and cypress much on these paying excess taxes. crier. oplw." df t at--N' '
art the laborers are few; pray ye us know that one time we met Jeus Sanderson of Fort'' Pierce; threesome by.a. stove bought with contribu- knees, and the .climate and. soil And don't forget that the same political I 1y.a.. /n VI' Dr. BUW (,
herefore the Lord of the harvest, Christ. We don't' know Just L. R. Denmark of Lawtey; tidal'by workers. would do the restOur climate is .demagogue who conceived r'., u_; Nervm. Tablets. ?
that"He how He did It but He changed our excellent and the soil can be made Jed MM in half daM *fl s 41
will ,
send forth laborers Obled' Denmark, Mobile Ala., and The garments flare carefully the amendment are still doing business water make .
spark
n tQo His harvest" ives. We began to love things that Odom Denmark of .Jacksonville; pressed) and folded when completed. productive; .but bard work Is as at the same stand for the .. rfrlnk dUghtfnIIy pleasant sooihm, *
Jesus had traversed the entire we used to hate and began to hate two sisters Mrs. Martha Adcnson It Is well worth the time takento necessary here as anywhere else, same purpose which i* to fool the .. *
ountry and everywhere beheld, things w. used to love. We know and Mrs. ROMa Carter of Stafke; see what these women are doing. and money Is also required.-/ That dear people and to line their own Dr. ICO*** "NsTTto* .to now
''nepherdless multitudes, thousands' that whereas we were once blind, six brothers, Roman, Joel Britt, r... S. A. would be the class of people to be pockets. L-n. ..... fa two f01 mi-Tlijiilit saiEffsrvssent
>r- souls hungry and thirsty for we now see. Ralford Scott and Colonel Alvarez, lured here by the promise of non-: Tablet Both has as
P'rltual meat and drink which e all of Starke. Starke. Florida. taxation. They would! not produce The small child's jealousy of tne th* sam soothing. affect.. rig
heir ordained shepherds could not I am dictating In my office at I .Feb. 19, 1934 anything for' the railways to haul, new baby is often corrected by $IM at yw' dreg stun ;

'nd would not pi wide, and who the Bob Jones College in Cleveland KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH Editor Telegraph,. and what little capital they helping him to think of himself as r ,' M'' r'J.
ad become unfit, by training and Tenn. We have in our college avery There will be services at Kings- Dear Sir brought along would loon be spent, the newcomer's protector rather
emperament. to take care of the bright boy who has been sick ley Lake Baptist Church Sunday, At the last general' election Floridians leaving them badly stranded. And, than his rival. )("t Ii r
eiigtous needs of the people. The for several days. He receives every Feb. 25: at 10:30 a.m., with Rev. J. were frenzied and they sent on account of the depression which {)ttel-Illtl
ord of the harvest had come upon attention and there is nothing Johnson conducting the service. to the Legislature a batch of unpractical still has an Indefinite time to run, Street cars In Cairo, Egypt, have ,
his vast field and with a handful seriously the matter with the boy. AU.:are, invited, to attend these visionaries and demagogues even this class of,, settlers would be special compartments for women. I I'' "
5.believers that had been drawn to I just note his mother coming services. whoa crowning work was tardy In coming. .
"" was providing t&* true soD for I across the campus walking hurriedly J. L. 8ILCOX Clerk. to get up a constitutional amend- "Soaking' the rich" can be done
masses In this text He appeaJa toward the college.; VV en 1 i i ment decreeing that homes worthless ,when the soak_ cannot ,,help
o Hili beloved i people In all age to I children are sick mothers have a It is quite possible that much ofthe than 99OOO shall not be taxed. themselves. But new enterprisescan FUNERAL DIRECTORS

ecoPlze their, opportunities for feeling that they,bow Just whatto trouble called rheumatism is a This proposed.,absurdity Is to be keep away from the state UUI'' Many Tear Kxperienc: Blake It Pesslbl for V* to Bender ra6rgLVPTCI'KNNT
p*xtendinc Hta kingdom and toe do and nobody can do anythingas mild form of scurvy, and scientists voted on at the next election and when th.y would) be penalized for : PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE> :
the need. of ,the spiritually well a* they can. everywhere agree' that oranges and as 00 many are unable to see farther coming b r*.. And enterprise already MODERATE: PUCES: '
.abandoned. their own need bJ' takit _e ., grapefruit are among the> richest: than their own noses It existing' can either find way. DeWITT.C. JONES COMPANY
totted It... ... Nowhere Ie &1M'MI da I find food m vitamin C, the ntf-vcarry naUBX to tecom a law.. U mo weft**!*! UaUs.: or else STARKE FLORIDA .

: Justly, tui- <",text- -'haa'becom- -*- -the,- ,command- .for..mothers. to-, len." their ,!I"Y' ...... Civilization cannot b* crrtil on, leave..th*.state. Should tb* pro-, ',.

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FRIDAY,
FEBRUARY
BRADFORD (Xt1NTI'TELEGRAPD, BTARKE. FLORIDA j*, I ih
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PASSING THE SALES TAX'ON I

Bradford County Telegraph i i I. ODD-- RUT TRUE
'The professors hav. broken Into Maybe Yoa'ye

', print again This ,'time' with tN
Established 1877
statement that' the s&'Jea'ta.x.ltj' "an '
ButYOU r
Heard It l ;
r r pI
.
'::'" unnecessary and backwartl'Btep" In ,
M. Published Weekly'on Fridays and Entered as Second >Class taxation." Their chief' objection I

r" t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. seems to be the problem of the .
t merchant passing the tax on to the NEVER CAN TELLIt
consumer. seems to us that one of the

L.:Matthews_______ _____________Editor and Owner It Is the professors' contention most stupid habits'of mankind, and
_____ one that we are all,guilty of moreor
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---- that a small sales tax Isn't passedon
,' SUBSCRIPTION RATE lam Is the habit of sizing people
; Instead It I to absorbed by the '
up from their appearances. A girlIs
t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance manufacturers therefore, it to or destructive the retailers to busi-and beautiful... therefore she Is

gas'' Advertising Rates on Application ness. They believe that competition dumb; a man la Ted-halred-there
Is e wI between business houses of: the fore be has an awful temper. You I
I pawing know' how it goes What right
same kind prevent the on
+ & George Washington is still first In the hearts of.his coun- of the tax. However, they reportedthat have. 'we to ;Jump at conclusions

'kx ; trymen. in the case of a higher tax, concerning people about whom we
part of the levy IB passed on to the know nothing The plainest girl
o
wo pass oa the street might have

; ii .4i Rockefeller tried but could'not resist the pull of Florida consumer. danced with the Prince of: Wales:
: : The New Smyrna News, In a re the most timid appearing man of
.
'
y,'u } sunshine. cent editorial expressed: : the beliefthat our acquaintance might have
I t I !f'f. i' if the sales tax Is not being .
I IP 0 fought tigers in India for all we _
automobile's passed on in ,states where It has know.
Driving fast will likeTy put dimples In your ,
6 r been enacted It must be.,because
knee action. ''" Several months ago a young fellow -
.c. business firm have found & legitimate
the office late oneafternoon t >SCARtttii
came into
fl i 0 and satisfactory way of ab- I '
y.
fat s The weather man Is playing tag with Bradford County'sstrawberry sorbing it. However in the present dressed and He looked was very& If shabbily he and pYIL8d NOYDE341Tb / ?/
highly organized state of: business "
't $ crop again. +IJU;', there is no reason why such soap had never met, formally. He
.1'r "ti% asked If we knew anyone,In town
Q a tax could not be passed on If it
who had.attended the University ofFloridaduring :
Lots of girls are rASrryJng policemen so they can get a was In found the meanwhile necessary or news desirable continues "",pertain years.. ,He I.

parking place without much trouble. to come from Mississippi of the was receiving'mbpey by' wire, he
said,, and wanted Identification.
----
of its
o phenomlnal success famous
r Thinking It was 'more than' likely
Gainesville News' thinks that most women gain sales tax which demonstrated that
Evening
some new kind of: racket, we told
such lavish
a measure could) pour a
their living by hunting .trapping. stream of revenue into the state him we knew no one,in town who
,' had attended the
university duringthIS
': SP;), O treasury. People like It so well out
(
named
'' there that the Mississippi Legislature years ..
'''Wauchula Advocate' people depend pluck ,
more on
says RADIO.>, AND KB OTHER.lUftTfcUMCnT \
) .
In considers Increasing It came to knowledge later
I now session our COUKNC
cwnna)( TV( I* rra ctKroR m ,
% other fellow. .
than luck-they pluck" the it from two to three percent that his father, was one of the &%lM't\Rt. TiltCTUX etAMAN uo DMNC) AWAY EVtt.& SPIRIT Aft m.Xtl

o and lowering the ad valoremtax wealthiest men in the state. \ DEPENDS" GKMIV OU oas DVlt-\\ WCASSINa( TW.W OUT :BOON

a Hit It is nice to know 'that'there' are still a few optimists left. from eight to six mills.: Another instance illustrating the 0? MMft OVDW 'SAH'ty Wf.U WRIT W4 OH T"VAR.r:
folly of: hasty conclusions occurred ,
One of the professors who helped
t One of them is suing a, Florida, newspaper for $10,000. conduct the recent survey that re when a tent show played here re- \Vitl.\ -1I\t\ UQHlMOOSE\ -

ti :'' o sulted in an unfavorable report on cently. It seems that the finances r -

> v One exchange says"'that recent ruling gives a school the sales tax., said that he enteredthe of: the organization were handle
study with "an unfavorable by one of the women players-one opinion, politically or any other I probably unaware that there uil
)+ ; teacher the right to get married and support a husband,: opinion" of the tax.and that the who had appeared on the stage Latectho ray the local newspaper is the eleven distinct kinds of United

'd' i o results of the Investigation caused painted and hennaed and who apparently 0o very beat bet and one of the best States money but such is the cast!

"' Folks who know 'ltvhat's good to eat have been helping him to favor it "even less than be had never had a. serious ways to sell yourself: to a newspa These include federal reserve notej
fore.. thought in her tfte;;,, Our bill collec- If per man is to let him sell you an national bank notes, sliver certifl-l\
,along with the corn and.. 'ho -.reduction program for years. Perhaps a more significant. report tor called at her hotel room, found 'Classify .?d. Your support to the newspaper cates. gold coin, United Stale!

0 would have been made If the her knitting, In.bedT'and"listening} : ., office means just as much to the notes subsidiary silver, gold certificates -
had entered the to the radio;'The'broadcasting was 8y nusstu. KAYS.erenryr publisher as his support when you federal reserve tuitl
News of the week for children: A famous doctor announced professor study flonda Pros A w-..erx
with no opinion at all concerningthe coming directly from the halls ot ._ J _" are running for yours. While news notes minor coin, silver dollars aoi|
that he hot in favor of doses of 'oil. I
castor
was large
feasibility of a sales tax. Congress and sounded like so many Well It looks like the main go In and editorial columns are not for treasury notes.
i'' O pages from a Congressional Direc I sale It is only natural for a news-
----a-- this year's political arena will turn At present the total amountsUnited
.j ;w Fish Industry Here'Looks' a Little Brighter.Headline THREE!: COURSES OPEN tory.; "It's/very', interesting" theactresatreafurer' out to be a free-for-all with the paper man to figure that the fellow States money in clrculatlt|
said, "Have you Honorable Park Trammel prancin with Judgment enough to recognize is approximately 15,743,000,000. oil
4'1' in Titusville Star-Advocate. Wonder if it smells any better? "
the
been T importance and value ot
4n Secretary of Agriculture Wallace -listening. around the ring tryin' .to protect ., which more than one-half la la Federal
o paid advertising to have
recently predicted compulsory con his title against men, women, ought reserve note Silver coin coaJstltute (
They might have been the good old days, but at least the trol of farming under a quota system I NIGHT'LIFE LOOKING IT .I preachers and what have you. equally as good Judgment in solvIng a relatively small portlul

modern husband doesn't! "have to button his 'wife up the back. unless American tariffs were Night' life'in Starke picked up At the moment It seems to be a problem of.state. of the money'In circulation, Ml
.i hl lowered and what he described as considerably this week. Pleasure Trammell! versus Jones Wells, this will be considerably increased!
t; o a growing trend toward nationalism seekers could not complain of hav- Mitchell and Pepper while Landis under the recent proclamation oil

All those towns that we're worrying about the cross-state checked. He foresaw "compul ing no place'. to go. The only and one or two others may decideto President Roosevelt, which provides -

4' canal missing them ''deem I to have had their headaches for sory control of marketing licensing I trouble was deciding where to go. climb In the ring before it's over. I From Other Pens I for the coinage of a limited]
if k- of plowed land quotas for For Instance Tuesday night there AccordlrV to the rules, opponentsare additional amount.
nothing. every farmer1 saying that the was Eddie Cantor in "Roman Scandata' to the
f A ., supposed to advance center The administration's monetary!
o country has applied only the barest at the Rita, a,big tent show of the ring,,and shake hands. policies are attracting much at to1tion

4+ ? Fresh strawberriea"are/ healthful and appetizing. They beginnings of the sort of social discipline and a first rate boxing bout all That'll be duck soup for Park no KEEPING JONESES UP WITH THE Just now among financial soil

: l can be served in many ways. Ask the man who had a dish which a completely deter- making the same a bid tiniel ftf tour: And spare to further changeat matter how long the line. economic experts; The laymul
mined nationalism requires. Now if there was Just one good knows little of what it is all about\!
of them today how good 'they complicate matters, old man coldweather.made' It Is an old familiar warning,
p k are. Mr. Wallace thinks that "dispas man in the ring with him Park and inasmuch as the experts are hi
+ that about
aw an fire and a keeping up with the
open
sionate discussion in
Congress, .
have to about.
o would plenty worry thorough disagreement it seem
Joneses.
An aviator, dropping in a parachute in New York state, public forums and school houses, good- book look' mlghty good. But with a mob millin' around and borhood has Everybody their eyes in the on neigh-Jones. that they don't know much about l|
should be given three courses of
everybody swlngln' wild, It's doubtful either.- News.
i nearly fell In a field of spinach. It could have been worse, he foreign policy which he Bald were PERPETUAL MOTION whether any of 'em will be able If he goes to the drug store for Chipley .
I to the United States: Thesehe According to 'the' latest reports I a nickel cigar, every other man -
might have come near'to falling in the ocean. open to reach him. They'll be walkln'
in the
Usted as: front Washington the' boy scientists on each others' toes and getttaV'ln: enlghborhood hot-foots it HOW THEY DROP OUT
o 1. A policy of self: containment are still o$ the trail of that !each others' until all Park right down to the drug store for a
f; w ,A filler says' that British ever elusive item-perpetual motion -I way ten-center. Those who don't smoke stop
newspaper one concern produces requiring the "permanent retire- will have to do is Just,watch his Do you ever and: thiuk.|
dime
3;' as many as 5,000,000( bricks'>f day, yet there is a shortage of ment of from forty to 100 million about: twenty.ftve'Records' there'' show that 'chance and crack 'em on the button spend a they,have on something to keep up else with because we witness a college graduate rtl

roc bricks in' that country;. .Sounds more like Ireland to us tion"acres and of cropland."the shifting from of: millions cultiva think they have Invented people it a only year to when ankled they'round get to within some range.I of the. the Joneses., In fact they are try calve his diploma how many )f lul
fellow tel
t discover later that have Invented ing to keep one Jump ahead of students have b-m left
0 of people from the farms of the they tralnin last week and look
camps hind antl
tw them, but that doesn't for one cause or another
Florida does much more than merely supply sunshine for South." something entirely different ed 'em over. This guy i Jones to'a Jones. bother have failed to make the grade? I
based 'often they never find out what it
the nation. It is the*only state in the Union,that 2. An International policy combination preacher and college
supplies on regaining world trade, This really I Is they have. professor but he packs a punch. Every Sunday morning Jones Figures taken from the FederJI

'the markets of the country with strawberries. during the win- would require a''radical, ,scaling I It'is said that most of the Inventions He was workln' out on the radio digs out to church. We don't know Bureau! of Education show us thai|

ter months.'r'' I' down of tariff walls, acceptance of consist of a wheel with lots of when I caw him and he made a real what church and we don't care, but out of 1,000 student enterlnfl

a billion dollars more goods from water, bucketsfastened; around the impression. He's got an ecclesiastical every Sunday morning you can see school twenty-three will graduate]
o abroad than we received In 1029 I rim. The Idea Is that th' water swing that tends to slow him every other man in our neighborhood with college degrees.. ,On3 thaw
y A northern paper reports that there is danger In carrying and the reorganization of protected will spill f roof;bucket to bucket up, but his American Legion left Is going' to church: too. We simply sand students will\ reach the fifth

'1' courtesy too far. On',the :Chicago elevated a man gave a ndustrles. .and keep the wheel turning for strong.. He's a bit short-winded have to keep up with Jones, but grade' 830 Wreach'\ the Blxttl/

'. woman his seat. She fainted. On recovering she thanked I 3..A "planned middle course" ever.,, At least as long as the 'water financially and will have.to get In that doesn't bother Jones. grade ter 710 the eighth 343 will <*|
'
!
half way between. ,, these two ex- holds out. his Jolt early the'fight. We all had trouble with our kids: high school 248 will read'
l" '
him. He fainted .. tremes.In Many of the Inventors are mildly Hortense Wells was skippin' the i 1 too. Jones has kids: and the first sophomore year 181 the ,junior
f', of the current fad of Fairgrounds thing'' we ,,learned that year, ISO the senior year, and 131
r 0 spite insane, the Patent Office says. One rope all over the ,Florida was the will !
Next week will "Strawberry Week" in Florida. Gov- doctrine to the contrary, it Is still fellow showed up with three bricks passm' out :lefts andrights Jones' kids behaved Jones didn't graduate from high school!
t the belief of economists that to the cheek of baby rush around blaming Seventy-two will enter college
many and a hat and said he had invented every everyone
ernor Sholtz ..is'asking. everybody to eat a dish of strawberry good and liberalized foreign rela- perpetual motion. When asked to she'found The way she's ehapln' else's kids: whenever his own cot fifty-two will\ become sophomores!,!

p shortcake at'that tim -bne of the easiest things we've ever Jons, acting. the basis for stimulated demonstrate, he gazed blankly and up now. she'll be better;at It than into trouble. 'We had to keep up thirty-nine Juniors, thirty will become I

been asked to do.. trade between countries, hold said he guessed he would go home. Park by the time they get in the with Jones so we each lectured our seniors and out of 1,000 etcdents I
the hope of,the future. So Tar the records of the Patent ring. Then she knows the ropes, own kids whenever there was trou entering school twentyth1'elwlU
o There are sound grounds: for be- Office do not show that anybody lias bounced off of 'em in both Tallahassee ble, and pretty soon there wasn't graduate from.college.

; Florida's packed hotels again illustrate that it pays to ieving that. The collapse of American has tried to demonstrate perpetual and Washington. But any more trouble. Our kids: got to These figures will probably I

advertise. No doubt many''' of the tourists now in .the state export trade which was motion using a next-door neighborand Park Isn't goin'to get up and offer be Just about as civilized as Jones'kids startle most of us who are not acquainted -
i caused as much by tariff wars and a radio or two old ladles and a her his seat and whether she can but Jones didn't mind that. with school statistics, !tutl
decided to come here while visiting our exhibit at the Century embargoes as by ,bard times, has telephone. knock him out of It with a Business Ours was a cold-blooded neigh. it Is urged by, all school onicUUI I
.
e.t of Progress Exposition1 last summer.. closed hundreds of: factories: and and Professional Wom .D'. borhood.: 'No one spoke to anyone for parents to give their children
'
v 0 has thrown thousands of men out There Is somettitog wierdly fascinating Club remains to be seen*' else 'unless It was necessary. When as many opportunities for atten*!

r of work. In the\>(ews from Tampa Up in Tallahassee Claude: Pepper Jones moved in be had a pleasant I leg,school as possible and try III>(
The Florida strawberry industry has developed during We cannot sell to other lands unless that a checker contest between two waa.wIa'weod: and preparln' to word for everyone and pretty soon i put their child or children amoDf I

d 1 the past twenty-five years from the shipment of only a few they can sell to us. The entire :aged tourists has been going on In start on his road work. 'If' you ask everyone of us began to greet each the twenty-three who will rece!"

4 + cars'to'over 2,000 carloads'during the past season with an world wants the products of American that city continuously during the me, Claude has got more of whatit other..We Just had to keep up with their college diplomas_Lakeland*I
factories, but they cannot buy .1 past three years. Right on through takes than anybody rye sized: up Jones, but that didn't: bother him Ledger. -
'd, annual value of from three" to four million dollars. Surely them unless we buy the products of the fall of the Republican empire so far., He'll give a good accountof any., _e'

tt that is a mark. for other state industries to shoot at.. I theirs that we need I adD the Ilse. of Roosevelt those two himself when It comes to the nv Jones puts some of his money in SUPERVISED PlAY--'

i; o Secretary Wallace's second men have. been pushing little round Ightln' In an exchange of wordy the savings bank so we have all
course or even the third or,"plan- pieces of painted wood over red blows, Claude can stand: In the middle Jumped In and opened up savings -'
Habits are hard to break. Two police officers dropped ned middle course" will be toe ones and black 'geometrical squares. of anybody ring and pound accounts too. Jones didn't tell us Gymnasiums and playground I

Into a' Philadelphia bara although prohibition is over, just meat acceptable to the' Southern Seemingly oblivious to technocracy, 'em to a pulp. His greatest advantage shout his savings, but you know were not built to advertise or beaus

h from the force of habit the proprietor broke a bottle of lawful fanner. Just what would be done the ditching of the gold standardand headwork and .he'll come every one watches Jones, and he tlfy our town., They may do that I
I with millions of people who would the fact that a government official pretty[ near out-thinking and: outtalking couldn't;go to the bank without but their main object I to to afford|
liquor on the pavement. The officers, who must have been I have to be shifted from the farmsof bought a new automobile to his opponent, in'everyround. someone finding It out but that our boys and girls an opportunity 1

l t, two of the meanest in the world, arrested him on a charge of the South under the first course fit his silk hat.' their chief worry loetn't bother Jones any. to develop ,their physical stamiwl

littering the streets. a.\ a matter: for grave: speculation.o" .. has been getting a checker man I dont know much about Mitch As a matter of fact nothing thatanyone and their appreciation of fair pW F
,_- --i Into kingdom. 'Then Is something ell., He baa established his tralnin' : else does bothers Jones. He Doing this In safety and under]
t, 0 GOD'S ACRE magniflcienUy I fate-defying about quarters at Vero Be&ch'and.: I Is the finest fellow for minding his proper guidance: to not an 'educa-1
Dr. John J. Tigert, in a Boy Scout'Week address said, Many country churches In the that A disconcerting thought yes haven't been able to get over there own'' business. Jones know what tional frill but part of a sane program -]

"I have often said that,we could probably get along and be a South have a beautiful plan of caring but from the pfogress that most of yet. However,'.some of the boys ; kit.-1 rf a life he wants to live and getting youth ready for I II*I
for their expenses through eco us have made the who have checked on him he'sno I lives it He Parents tbel
1 deal better off if disposed with the million odd during past three say doesn't know we are should not fall to get
we
great thirty ; nomic Woks and 'thins.' It Is. the years, would If have made any push over and looks good all trying to keep up with him, because full benefit of what Is done all
laws which have beenr,passed) in the world and live by only. God's acre plan.Preachers great 'difference If we had been At the present three' the names he doesn't have an exaggerated school for their children's healtif

that great group of. tau y4 i ich Moses gaVe, and I believe if we are paid,debts are liquidated playing. checkefl: : : ;' too? Park Trammell and Hortense Wells Idea of his own Importance. When you get a report of a physical I
and mortgages are de- probably are more familiar to Mr. It may be a mistake to try to examination-perhaps caUttfl
twelve of the would keep
could follow the points scout law we get
stroyed, thanks to the soil and the "Pickwick Papers".brought him and Mrs. Average Public than any' up with the .Jone"", but we wonder .your attention to certain impedes [
along just as welL"o determination of those who till It. (Dickens) 3,000 pounds sterling, of the others In the race. Mitchell svmettmes If a lot doesn't depend 'tions that need repair-thank yo*

The plan Is a simple one. The about 919,000...Atlanta' Georgian.For to known on the East Coast. PepperIn upon what the Joneses are.;-NuurKUBVEN ; luck,'or good judgment for llvW

The Boston Transcript tells a story about, a colored rural church member simply sets "Pickwick Papers"be (Dickens North ,Floridawhfle JoaM 0 gel.., In a community that to up to don I
aside an acre of his land,. or any ) got fifteen pounds an installment ( startln' from scratch. '-----o- and rendering you a real serrlc ]
'farmer who was asked by an evangelist what denomination hie t amount he may desire, for the benefit -Time. No GlUt has asked for my, advice 'I : : : KINDS OF MONEY Then, for the sake ..of your' chili\ I

belonged to. He did not reply directly, but said: "Bless yt'; of his church.' Cotton,' corn or Well,'anyway It's nice to.know. and'probably'"CM win take it.butlTany r s-.1""" ;C; '-' ,___, u' have the corrections( mad at tilt '

,sah, dah's fo' roads leading from hyah to town-de long road.; grain .to planted,. and after the bar be got paid for it.: : oC'am. eta smart aoUata&nil r"EWbelt 'Ware fortunate enough earliest,.ponlbto.imrrsrtil;-.lads
vest the money derived from the well heeled enough, to do a little to get hold of some of Uncle Sam's Note .
de hill road de sho' road,,and de swamp road .;'-but,when Ah crops crown on God's acre Is poured Dragon flies la the anal stage Intelligent newspaper advertising cots of the realm we seldom .
scru .
aM goes to town wid er load'er'graln dey don't say ter me, tLtncle into the church coffers.. snare their prey by means of a with cash on the barrel head, tibias it closely, because we know New .. .

[ V* Calhoun, which road did yo-come; by?' but, 'Cal, is yq'pbeatare '" 'What could be a more beautiful' mouthpiece at the end of an "ex they'll find It a4arn food Investasst. that for practical purposes one dol.I Hampshire<< ;their.Vermont
and. fittm* way .f taking ear oftnevttaMe tension.whichreaches and SouthJDakoU pay govenmj
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