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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 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>.
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'. NUMBER SEVENTEEN '
OLUME FIFTY-SIX "/ STARKE FLORIDA, !!1'RlDAV.l\L\.RCIII.19Si. -- -
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Griff Tells RealtorsAll 4 Everyone--rr----Pleads Guilty; I Upper Story Or No; Forces .% ffiTI

'olitical LineuDS About StrawberriesAt city To Be marked So Court;,Ja Finished Up I Farmers To Finish That Is The Question Cut Of CWA


Jacksonville' Meet In( State ProgramTo In 'Do ble ,_Quick TimeYou I Contract SigningBy Puzzling, -Architects Continues In State; f, '

[ForJunePrimaryAreTaking
A. J. ,secretary of the can't have county Judge's In spite of the cutting of CWA
court unless suniebody! pleads not employment here more than fifty '
Bradford County Strawberry Grow
ers Association was the guest Benefit Pilots guilty, and nobody would so conse- Week per cent, work continued this week -President Has Plan'

Shape speaker before the JacksonvilleReal quently Tuesday was a quiet day EndJDf on, school house and court house ;' ,
"
Estate Board at its Thursday around the court house. As County projects. Four carloads of bricks 'p", A
K. K. Perryman called each were unloaded this week for the For
Judge Roosevelt To Arrange Aid ff'
All Who
meeting. TaHave
PlentyOf Aviation Director Requests Selection the accused meekly admitted Dyer Hopes court house addition and materials
And Green Have case Those Thrown Out Of Employment ,
IllYlmen In Coming: Mr. Griffis, who ha been con Of Three Buildings he was guilty Of the charge and Are Eligible Enrolled In are also in place for the schoolhouse ok ?

Opposition nected with the strawberry Industry -I Ilere' was quickly sentenced. Corn-Hog Program projects.An .
Race
practically all his life discussed Dan effort is being made to get a Slashing of CWA employees con-- ; .
of I Those pleading guilty were: Practically every farmer In the i
the history of the development Starke is among the BOO Florida project through for building an tlnued 4 :
up- here this week 274
H. R. as more
are being AT. Carter, reckless driving; who is to
all descriptions the in Florida and its future county eligible sign acornhog
Hats of industry towns: selected by the state for air-
to the court house addition
story
I per were ordered off the payrolls at
district Dennis, reckless driving; Floyd contract has at
the county, this In signed I
ung into : possibilities in state. I marking for the benefit of airplane Tommy Pow- but this so far has not met I the end of the present work weekIn
national political Hornsby ; this time, says County Agent L. T. '
announcement of the meeting,
and for his pilots according to Information received
tate with Officials here were order y
success. that this
county might ,
and batteryA. +
assault
the ,
abandon aa time of the ell negro Dyer and this work Is to be com-
'tth eay Louis R. Fendlg. president this week by Mayor W. E. told must wait! and how within r
in June in R. Williams, recyess) driving; Lem pleted this week.. Mr. Dyer has they see come its new quota of 338.
primaries 'board. said "We
emocratlc Jacksonville : Mlddleton. much Bradford would : Similar w"j ti h 4
relentlessly approaches. Davis, possession of intoxicating I arranged to have a committeeman County get slashed took place in all
owly and half the real estate business are vitally Dr Middleton' was requested by (liquor, and Willie James negro at the court house every day this out of the new million dollars ap- parts of the state following the receipt
and
three and a affected by the success of this Aviation for materials that has of '
Although A. B. McMullen, director, drunkeness.; week to accommodate the farmers propriation a telegram In Tallahassee ,
the
Ln s must elapse before other agricultural developments. division CWA, to secure three flat- who late been made for Florida. from Harry L. Hopkins, Federal nkT ,
begins,,the polltlat !- We should encourage every effort are signing :
balloting .
ctual topped buildings to be used for i Administrator ordering that 6,000
[ pot simmers more vigorouslyvery that means the utilization of our marking. The roofs to be used are Warmth And Rain The greatest problem the farmer men be cut off the CWA payrolls In ??.t

[ day as political aspirants an- lands and returns therefrom." those of Corpentng'a drug store, faces In signing the contracts Is to Loan Applications Florida each week-end during 3 '
account for all his sold
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various hogs duringthe
for -
candidacy -
ounce their the armory and Register's garage. March to bring the state's quota

fflces. You Pay When this program is completed Berries but this last is two years, Mr.as the Dyer says., down to 10,000 by March 31.V '
Park What To Hurry necessary government
evident that In the meanwhile. In
I Washinga
it has become of the all air markings will Include the will not pay for any hogs if Have Been PassedMoney
present member ton, President Roosevelt was form 3
rammei name of the town together with the not accounted for by a receipt from
Senate will have I ulating a broadly drawn plan to .
States directional location of
United accurate the buyer or by affidavit from oth-
plenty of opposition In his cam- To Run FloridaFederal magnetic north and a directional Weather Conditions. Favorable But er parties witness to the sale meet the immediate emergenciesof '
la
aim for re-election. Claud Peper I marker'showing the distance and' .Local Shipments Continue Expected To Be Received unemployment occasioned by the

of Tallahassee Charles A. I II direction to the nearest airport. Small The payment the government is Boon'By Several Bradford tapering off of the CWA program.
Beach and Mrs. I offering the farmers to reduce their Farmers The program yet to be worked
Mitchell Vero
of Government
Of State's '
K. Wells of Tampa have Estimate Are Blade I These signs will serve In the Strawberry shipments from hog crop is sufficient to justify his 7". out In detail calls for aid to distressed

Kortense their candidacy for the Coat same capacity to the air traveler Bradford County continued. be going to some trouble to get these Several applications/ farmersfor families in rural areas, aid
nnounced : Public as the roadside' directional signs receipts according to Mr. Dyer. loans under the Production ;}
held by Trammell. negligible this) week, but' much- to the "stranded populations"whose s
osition now now serve the automoblllst. It will needed rains Tuesday and Wednesday The farmers are to reduce the 1934 Credit Association of Starke have Jobs permanently moved ,'

R. A. Green of Starke, now rephaenting According to a revised estimateof reduce to a minimum the probability gave farmers new hope for hog' cropby twenty-five per cent been approved and It 1 Is; likely that away or died, and aid to the cities"' to

the Second Congressional Department of Commerce, of a filer getting lost, regard- heaVy shipments In the not too distant and to get pay of $5 per head for the money will be received on them unemployed. Mass treatment of i ialt

District in the United States House Bureau of the Census governmentin less of whether or not he Is familiar future. ', seventy-five per cent of the aver- within a short time, W. S.. Sibley, types of relief is to be abandoned
kt Representatives, Is the other Florida including state, county with the state since towns willie marketed the '
If the present warm weather age hogs during past president, said this week. for specialized treatment in
'Iorlda figure In national politics ,I city and district cost $98.241,886 air-marked at approximately ten two a
continues growers estimate that years. The office of the association on each field .
Lho defend his Beat in the for the fiscal ending June 30, >
year Intervals.It
must to fifteen mile berries will begin to ripen in quantities All farmers who expect to sign Call Street Is open every day and A part of the $950,000,000 that )"

owing primaries.. Congressman- 1832. will eliminate the customary within, the next two weeks. up should do so this week as the Mr. Sibley is urging farmers to Congress recently appropriated for
Green a veteran of many campaigns On the basis of the state's population of "shooting railroad stations time cannot be extended.
practice Reports from Plant City place come in and get acquainted with relief was expected to go to the
several
will have to oppose who of l, 19.000 on January 1, ," which involves diving downto the total movement out of there the method of making loans even subsistence farming program directly 4i

spirants for his seat. Those to 1932 the per capita coat of govern' a low altitude so that the nameof this season at 11.775,822 pints representing though it is not planned> to borrow linking the latter agencyaM1

have announced ,against him ment was 6468. the town on the end of the station 653 carloads. The pony Road Heads Sav money right at this time. It will with the activities of the Relief Ad- i'', s
R. Kelly
ate are: JudgeJames and ,The revenues collected Include: can be read. This practice is refslgerator movement through save time when the loan Is needed ministration. '
tate's attorney of Madison Judicial $48,496,062 general property taxes; dangerous and hazardous not onlyto last week totaled 1,646 refers. Mr. Sibley said, if the farmer will Administration- Theory-

[ormer judge of'the Third $675,041 special taxes; $419,149 poll the flier himself but also to persons Prices at Plant City are said to It Can't Be DoneBradford's familiarize himself with the me- Back of this move is an administration

Ircult; Wallace Sturgis young taxes; $20,644,262 general licenses on the ground should some- have had a rather wide range with chanism of the association before- theory for creating a nicheIn

[awyer of Ocala, and Carlton and permits; $14,758,783 subventions thing go wrong with the plane or the average last Saturday being hand. the economic wall sufficient to

Smith of Madison. donationsand' pension assessments motor while at a low altitude oVer about six cents the pint. shelter something like ten million
in these loans each narrower
The Second District in which I ; $1,237,219 interests, the congested area of the town in Request For State will be crop required to subscribe ,persons whoso unemployment some rq

Green, Kelly Sturgis and Smith rents and highway privileges; question.In : Fire Insurance Rates Farm Road Listed Among for 49.00 worth of stock In the local officials say promises to becomeperman.nt a.

eek nomination and election, comprises $9,986,286 earnings of public serv- addition to the. hazard Involved The Imposslbe production credit association for under the existing industrial
In Florida '
Lowered. .
fifteen counties: Alachua ice enterprises; $4,771,362 earningsof is violation system.
such "shooting" a 'dwayt' ; each $100 or fraction thereof bor
aker Bradford; Union. Levy. Gil- general departments and $736- of Federal Air Traffic laws as Chairman C,B. e the? rowed to be paid out*of the loan. Generally the plan is for the Relief

hrlst,. Lafayette Taylor Colum- 291 fines, forfeit and escheats- wen as the Florida Air Traffic W. v.Knott,.Stata Treasurer ard State Road Department has point. These, loans will be based Administration to furnish the

jia, HamiltonSuwannee, Madison, .. Laws Insurance Commissioner announc ed out that his department is con what Is upon money out of Its' $950.000,000 fund rand
termed "bank-
Dixie, Marlon and,Jefferson. Poll Tax Facts. Given' : This air-marking constitutes a ed last week the Southeastern Underwriting fronted with the impossible task of able papers.generally That Is additional, for the subsistence homestead 'r.,
of Atlanta
in
Association anticipated
stretching $6,000,000
Coming from the national- legislature By Supervisor Wall ;very definite part of the national had advised him of numerous reductions state revenues to meet demands security other than the crop will and kindred the agencies and to the furnish material the
to the state legislature be Ideas people
of the Aeronautics Branchof usually required. This Is necessary -
program in basis rates for fire Insurance aggregating 49,579,845.06 for the under '
{Bradford County Is primarily In- A few voters in Bradford County the United State Department of of Florida properties. The current year. The figures were as this paper Is to be discounted to put tie permanent plan ,t.f

terested In the race for representa-will who have reached the age of fifty- Commerce to increase and foster reductions were 'effective Feb. 19 '; made public by Chairman Tread- with the Intermediate Credit way.In speaking_ of the need for furnishing -
I It is known that three Bank to
tive. this fund
for
Butler who five since last they voted In a state private flying. To accomplish and apply to all policies in effect way following receipt of a report get financing the a means of self-support to M,
C. C. I
-eek election: low. election: might have the wrong idea the aeronautics branch is establishing then or written after that date. from B. M. Duncan consulting engineer 'organization. This security will be the needy of rural areas Roosevelt'>
I this county In the such
represented about being exempt from poll tax numerous airports throughoutthe Mr. Knott said the new reductions in which was listed the requests as implements livestock and observed that "in parts of 9"
many
LeonA.
ler house at the last session; state and nation. They are also lands etc. Personal property being
disfranchise made of various counties
paym'ent'and thus together with others the as the country this calls for a change
Bradford
of the
.
Gray principal themselves H. C.. Wall, county supervisor bending every effort to produce a during the last few months would submitted' to' the department on preferable.The from commercial farming and dependence A3

county High School, an T. Charley of registration, said this safe and dependable airplane at a result in annual savings of $600,000to Jan. 30( at Its tentative budget security must be Inspectedand upon a single cash crop''p ]

I Johns of Starke. weak:: price well within the reach of the $700,000 to policy holders in this meeting In Tallahassee. appraised by a representativeof to the raising of the various com-

. Everything Is quiet so far on the The law does not require a poll average man.. state. Among the requests which the the credit association before the modltles needed to maintain the ;

I state's attorney front In this district tax of a person who has reachedthe With a reasonable priced airplane In first class cities a reduction department did not think it could loan Is granted. A minimum InSpection families." yIn
comprising Bradford Baker available and airports In of ten cent from the final pub fee of $2.00 will be charged -
age of fifty-five but if one has per stretch far enough. to reach was the subsistence farm theory,
and Union Counties. A. S. Crews, every community private flying lished rate la Allowed in case of for each loan. Inspection fee is
just turned fifty-five, no exemptioncan one from Bradford County asking the administration tentativelyg
(who now holds the position is .x- be claimed in this years' elections should Increase at a rapid pace and brick and frame,mercantile (buildings for .a.. hardsurfaced road from free for filing or recording mort fostering the idea of home or community '

[pected to be a candidate for reelection for the year 1932. Poll taxes these air-markings or guides will i only), ilrama dwellings'.and Starke' to the Florida State Prison gages and any other direct expense units of production.,
] and there have been no save the new crop of fliers) much contents brick and frame churches incurred in closing the loan must r
I for that year must be paid even ; Farm, which the department estimates Included in this home and community
I other announcements. if a person has become fiftyfivesince time and trouble and possibly many and schools: (buildings and' con. would cost 300000. be paid by the borrower, but may production to date have s

. Information furnished by thj then,' Mr. Wall said Only lives.SholtzPlans. tents) brick and rrame buildings' Baker County wanted a road be included in the loan. No loans I been such plans as food canning, i

I county clerk's office reveals that the year 1933 will be exempted.. owned by the state county or city paved from Sapp to Macclenny are. made for less than $30.00. i textile weaving and slbllar projects,

1 that the following county officer The supervisor also called attention and various other policies covering which the department, also estimated I dependent on the type of people

I are to be elected:' Five county to the fact that voters who buildings only. at 300000. the availability of material and

I commissioners. three members of are properly registered on the In Insurance on brick dwellingsand Union County requested a hard. J.R.: Kelly Here I other factor I*

I the school board one supervisor of city's books might not be properly contents the reduction allowed surfaced road,from Sapp to Rah: Hope For Million it-

registration and'five county bond. registered in the county. The way Cripples'] Day is twenty-five per cent.. Servant ford, costing $150,000 and the It is in this latter category that r

| trustees.In to be sure Is to call at Mr. Wall's houses, private barns and garage surfacing of Road 48 to' Starke, On Brief Visit some administration members see

state politics, the race for office and find out. are granted the same reductions asdwelling. $25,000, hope for themillions; ] whose jobs '.

| Railroad Commission holds the center Registration books will be open Florida Towns And CommunitiesAre ... It not only remains for the Road have disappeared. They reason that

of the stage with E. S. ;Matthews In the precincts on March 0., Asked To Give Benefit Similar reduction are being allowed Department to trim down requests Candidate-For Representative by becoming self-sustaining these "i
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chairman of Starke being EntertainmentsUnder on brick building and public from thecounties, totaling $39- I From 'This people will have greater spending
District Makes
I opposed by Lester Wells of Tallahassee. SPECIAL MEETING: FRIDAY buildings in second and third 370.600. but.It must also providefor Formal AnnouncementJudge power and will contribute to restoring

Mrs Mamie: Eaton Greene, ( AT THE MISSION HALL the leadership of Governor clasa cltle the following: Routine maintenance balance to the whole national

I another member of commission '' and Mrs David Sholta. Flor- In fourth class towns and country of roads In which the state James-Kelly economic scale: .

: who must also stand, for re-elec- Dr. William L.' Petttngill, Bible ida's many communities are pre- Mr. Knott was advised that has already Invested many millionsof who recently R. announced of Madison his In discussing the plans for helpIng '"'

I tion, has several opponents. teacher editor and author of Wilmington paring for a statewide observanceof some unprotected, risk bad been dollars the sum of $1,687,499.91; ,candidacy for Congress from the the Impoverished farmer, President r"

w- Del., will be at the :Mission Saturday March 17, aa Crippled increased' by fifty per cent; because' $4,369,693.40 for betterment as ; Second Florida District was a visitor ( Roosevelt said:
,Hall-Friday' evening at 8:00 Children' Foundation Day the loM-ratkM froor those' proved submitted by division engineers of in Starke this week. "No encouragement of an extension ( ,,

Starke Citizens o'clock and those interested In Bible The purpose of this statewide excessive. the road department; state work of competitive farming Is contemplated .

prophecy will have a treat In party aa announced by the Governor under contract and construction, Judge Kelly stated while here ,' but rather the placingof

hearing him Is for the purpose of establishing BIG LEAGUE ITTCHER: together with unkeep of, convict that he feels very much encouragedat thousands of persona who have

NamedAppointed On 'Board d Dr. Pettingill" ta available only an endowment fund to be VISITS SISTER HERE: 'labor, $2,128.009.00; Federal work has the received reception that his candidacy made their living from agriculture '

because of a nearby engagement, used in caring for the six thousand -' under cOlltract.and construction,, Into a relationship' with the soil ( .
having conducted two Bible conference crippled children In Florida. Every Merit TSugar) Cain, the star $8,6 9,302.48. which must be taken He la well known In the Second that will provide them a security

in 'Jacksonville thla week. city. town and hamlet has been young pitcher of the Phlladlephla care of from funds allocated to District having served seven counties they do not now enjoy" M

Members Of Southern Don't miss; this opportunity.Next called upon to participate ..In the Athletic, was visiting his sister Florida by the Federal government the Third Judicial Circuit as .
College Jubilee Commission some Mrs George Ionian, her last week. State's Attorney since his appointment
week tha'regular Tuesday observance by sponsoring In' 1933- bUt' not yet paid to.this "Bolero" Will Feature
To Meet will be conducted by type of entertainment the proceedsof Young Cain spends_ _the winter state; and outstanding obligations ,, to that .office In January Rand And Raft
"-, night study The which will be made aa a gin to months at his home in Carrollton .In the amount of $2,124,242.61. 1921 by Governor Hardee to fill Sally t
Four W. A. Scott. Corinth SiDa.n.UGdel' out the term of Stafford pr
Starke citizens have been unexpired I
.
the endowment fund. Ga. Although It has been repeated!
Crosby
of -
direction Floyd I treat In
| appointed members of the Southern the render music.- A "This movement'* said Governor A recent laIUe-ot an AtlaDta-pa. stated by Chairman.Treadway that Caldwell. For eight years previous The Rita Theatre has a "

College Jubilee commission, President cordial, will Invitation Inspiring extended to an Shops, In calling upon the citizens per had this to say of the youngpitcher little money win be available for to.that he was County Judge of store for Its patrons when next-Bolero: Tuesday a '
Madison and Wednesday
Ludd M. Spivey announce of Florida to assist "Is nonsectarian : construction this) the counties County.
year
| They are Congressman R. A. Green, I these meeting ._- In character. The endowment .Su.....* Cain aa they call him !were not deterred<< from pressing ;>Judge Kelly was born June 13, new picture, starring George Rand Raft

the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, L..A. I FIRST AID COURSE when raised will be administered ID.the big leagues was the beat ,bard.for their "pet" road projects 1874 In what was then known as Carole Lombard' and herself Sally, will be

Davis.and W. P, Smith COMPLETED BY .M through the Harry-Anna Memorial pitcher on the A'* staff last year i The aggregate requests Indicate old, Bradford County between the fan dancer ,,1

The commission consist of 200 '\.. Home for Crippled Children locatedat next to the departed Lefty
prominent Floridians They will. The following named person! Umatllla. Already forty of our And you can bet your' last gold i la' a continuing problem hla education In the public The picture musical composition Z'

meet at Southern March,, 13 to have completed a standard course unforunate little folks are,receiving piece that Code Mack, is counting I and that the public does) not favor schools* attending the rural schools famous several ago. t
written ;years
elect an chancellor for the treatment In this in tuutlon. very heavily upon the strapping In the county and the schools at '
honorary of Instruction In first aid under :a road building holiday such as will George Raft plays the part of a
Southern and to make for The of Crippled Children's young Georgian to become a potent Lake Butler and Starke.
plan auspice of the Red Cross In con success virtually. exist this) ;year. dancer whose climb to success Is (
the In Ututlon'a jubilee celebration junction with the CWA! Foundation Day will mean many force In his upbuilding program. > In 1896 he Joined the regular climaxed by a dance: set to this) 1'

in 1935.' John.A. Andrew Mr: *. Edward more-will be given necessary care MARRIAGE LICENSES!: : United States Army as> a private In music. .

The meeting of the commissioners Burns J, V. Gaudy. Morris Carter, now denied because of lack of' facilities EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICE:o'clock Anthony Caruso'and. Tennis Battery H, Third Artillery. He received The picture ha lots of novelty .
at
at Lakeland this month will be Lea Dell J. Mack Da and needed equipment. Sunday evening 7:30: his Injury while in the Army
J.E. Crews Jl&rk'sEp1acopa Strickland. Stark. Feb. 25. .* In both story and presentation and'u
b Held at St.
will *
Part of a nelaborat Founder' program via. Mrs M\ 'Darby. J. & Griner .'1 wish to bespeak the same Interest services: J. A. and Padgett.Maxvillev and was honorably discharged In Miss Rand's fan dance scene will no-' 4yy s
F.Wtiltamo MoMtoy Totay
Church Rev.ferriU ,
behalf of our own crippled October, 1898. became ot his physical -
Hoover, In '
announced for March 12 and Marion.,Gatluv Mrs.' Ft. studentputol'&ttbe- Feb. 24., i doubt create. Interest among audi"r
13, Elbert as was evidenced recently .lot ti disability 41 t
to celebrate Southern. forty- Clyde: Heraey. Clyde Johns, children of l'lortda.wIlJ' bayeblarp .,.W. T. (Saxon! and :Mfrert. woes -
ninth -- Malnlra, R. McCartney;' ID' aa i8tIDC .Wlt.1t"the President'sJjlrthday University; "JudgeKeny ta .'memflel" of the the Rita la.
annlvenary.IJI' Lowe, Co 0. fr;* ,.'' rfLaka i of this aervlca-and. J HolyCommunion Hunt, Hampton Feb. XL: :, 'i1(Lt. Sunday and Monday y
Speakers rU1h BlshojpJohnMv; R Malay Prevatt a:. J Rauleraon party._ will be ; ..... Mssonlo Lodge 'and alacf the Army I showing Ronald Cblman and Ellssa.

Moor of the Southern! Methodist p Reddish, Gus Thomas, GeorgeTnomaa. .r. oberv.d4os4( .1 -..'Nine .par"sent of India's'' cutl- and Navy Union.: H* stat** at a Land In "Th Masquerader.- ,
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Church. Roger W.Babaon and Har- Daunt Tbomaa, A. J. WICkerson : Tlte ea, between 1 'The fad vated area la used for wheat grow- later date hla platform will be nubmhtt.d >>-,: *
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I Theressa spent Sunday here with rium. Prof L. A. Gray of Starke HIGHLAND held at the Lawtey Junior HIM!
LAWTEY (UAMPTONl { BROOKER !
j I Mrs. Josephine Sullivan. delivered the address after which I School Sunday night

/ 0. t. rhllllp. Cor. .. A*. NIMBUS eor. Rev. Cook of Waldo will preachat MlM Vera Gal*7, Car. Supt. A. J. Griffin of Starke pre M. :E. Crew, Cor. _
ift l the Methodist Church here Sun- sented diplomas to the following Brazil has an annual
crop
4 day morning and evening. graduates: 207.000,000 pounds of cotton of
Storm Vlnlto LawU-y Saxon-Hunt Miss Hilda Durden of Madison is Celebrate BirthdayMrs. Winfred Hazen, Artford Brown, Mrs. J. F. Krast and children, J. leads Latin-American countries cot
l
tI Lawtey felt a touch of the storm William T. Saxon and Mrs. Beu- spending the week here with rela- Sally Mott celebrated her Albert Lee Crosby, Woodrow Pres- F., Odle, Melvin and Elizabeth Ann, production of that commodity. Ia
p that swept across the Southern lah Hunt were quietly married last tives.Mrs. seventy-eighth birthday anniver- octt, Audrey Polk, Leitha Kelley, of Baldwin visited Mrs. W. J. Har-
'I States early Monday with strong Thursday evening, Feb. 22, at the J. B. Ackley, Mrs. Martha sary Sunday February 23, with a lava Prescott, Hazel Morgan Eve- dee and family here Sunday -
t winds and rain. No damage has home of Rev. Cook of Waldo, with Steele and Mrs. R. Omstead have big dinner at which many of her lyn Parrish and Madeline Crosby. Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Jr., of Uou Need it
h, ;1q been reported, the farmers are all Rev. Cook performing the cere been visitors to Jacksonville this friends and relatives were present. The following who were membersof Starke and party of relatives and may
j smiles over the fine rainfall which mony.A week. Five of her children were presentat the school faculty here, have friends from Bartow visited friends
rle V was greatly needed by the strawberries number of friends and rela- this affair. They were Miss returned to their respective homes: here Saturday.L. .

r which have suffered by tives were present and after the Mary Mott Mrs. C. S. Kelly and 'Prof. H. B. Wiggins and Miss Willie J. Norman spent Sunday with
drought and cold. ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Saxon SAXTDNMrs. S. M. Mott, all of Brooker; Mrs. L. Mae Hinson. to Hampton; Mrs. Mr. Chesser near Evergreen.
were honored at a reception given I W. Sowells of Mlcancpy, and Wain- Edna Prevatt, to Starke, and Mrs. E. Prescott spent Saturday with
CWA I W. A. (Jo,.
b by Rev. and Mrs. Cook. Tyler, er Mott of Alachua. Gussle Mae Boree, to Jacksonville relatives In
Lawtey.
Workmen are rapidly bringing'
+ the various projects to a finish un- Mr. and Mrs. Saxon were both Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Beth and not E'Cnow' it
e der the CWA. To date none of the< reared In Hampton and they have Rev. John Sellers of Odos attended Eugene RUSH Locals Wimberly, Miss Ethel Ricks, J. F.
projects are yet complete but all many friends throughout Bradford services here Friday night. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Liv- Miss Ida Way Webb of Jackson- Grlffia and Carson Griffis were 11
County who wish them Miss Jean Tyler spent Wednes- Russ JILLIONS of dollars are fat tvny
success and ingston was greatly saddened and Gaines- .lJ'.l
r e, are hopeful that work will be finished ville spent the week-end here with visitors to Newberry which could bt protected under
happiness. They will reside In day night and Thursday with Mrs. by the death of their loving son, rear
r, on the city streets, city hoi her cousin, Miss Louise Webb.L. ville Sunday. special form of Iniurinw.
Hampton. George Mosely of Heilbronn. Eugene, Thursday night, Feb. 22.
{ and school grounds on schedule ( Mrs. L. L. Grant of Zepbyrhllls
''M ';: Our citizens should feel proud of O. T. Nelson was a business visi- Surviving him are-his parents anda Morgan of Tampa spent the arrived Monday for a few days'visit tones Some in of tint INN or rental special value forms. .,uxarloccupancy cover
J, the appearance of our thriving! city Local tor to Starke Friday. host of other relatives. Inter week-end here with his family.H. with Mr. Grant. flood wind.totm. tain
when these are completed. Marvin Birt of Gainesville at- Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Degalla of ment was at Santa Fe cemetery P. Gainey and son, Everette, Mrs. J. W. Griffts and Mrs, N. T. bail ixplorion andpnnklerl lakayr.tsr ,
tended preaching services here Jacksonville were visiting: her par Saturday morning. Green and family of Starke spent
t ?ai were transacting business in W,;" '''' ".. .
4 School Zone Signs Are Placed Sunday. ents, Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Hicks the'day Wednesday with Mrs H. C. al compbit prow/ion.
"Dont be discouraged and have Miss Kathryn Weest Is enjoyinga Saturday.Rev. Graduation Exercises Starke Saturday.Mrs. Wimberly and family.C. .
,1 qMb patience" was well illustrated here visit in Lake Worth with Mr. and V. G. Tidwell, pastor of the The graduation exercises for the L. D. Johns and daughter, M. Griffls was a business visitor HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
this week when employes of the Mrs. O. L. Harrison and family. Jacksonville Church of God, held Ninth Grade of the Brooker Junior Dora, of Graham were visiting to Starke Wednesday.
: r State Road Department placed Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland ScllIvan 1 services here Saturday night. High School were held Friday friends here Saturday. Clarence Parker and Cecil Har- STARKE FLORIDA
9
t school zone signs along the road

4. j<'t by requested the school by the grounds.local school They board were "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---Nothing New To Henrietta ---By POP MOMAND I

on July 3, 1933, which proves It -

f.T. pays to have patience. OI-I.'SHt!! MAKES MBTIRftDr ANICJTHBR\ THING LUNCH AT l NEVER MIND L.ANO .5AKf!&!
c -: TRY TO SHOW HER HItNRU! TTA' YOU TWELVE ? THAT TOURS 1 W&LVe O'CLoa !:: WAIT Iu. f tELt.
First Strawberries MY WAY Or DOING.THIN4S OU6HT TO BE WIo4"WHE!" 'WORI:<.IN' FoA:. YOU 30METHlH: THAT Ybu
WELL r
'Lawtey Is still claiming the hon AN' SHB OUSTHOW'S STARTING L.UMCH- I: : WORKED MBS NovIHEARD NEVER 'HA"e HI6eFOU( MORE
Ofa
or of shipping the first strawber TH' \ STANDS AND AR S UESNJBW WE ALWAYS CAT FOR. MISSUS THAT THAN
v7 OMCB: ;
::
AT TWBLVCO'CLOCK CiEFORta.r -- -
MAID, | WITH MB --
Ties and was proven meat week A.TZ.HI' !
u when the party who shipped the r \3Y ? :'t: G@T our:!:

5 t first berries from this section paida 'YOU'RB. PIRBD.f! ,
visit here and reported that her
i husband shipped six quarts of hers .
ries to Jacksonville forty-two years IX32a
p ago this spring and received one
dollar per quart for same. Mrs.y a
'! {m Guy Knickerbocker Is visiting the .r .I.Iy -
state and renewing old friendships. kLLO 1 1 U I
''II P i.es; y ? ,
y'l l Vanishing Tea Ii .I I illn il''li

Mrs. O. W. Roberts, Mrs. W. L. .NB yhI
i Beacon, Mrs. O. J. Phillips entertained ..r
}r with a vanishing tea at the
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home of Mrs. Roberta Tuesday aft- a ".n.fIJ:;; -(1117'I
ernoon. After a social hour the
hostesses served delicious sandwiches THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR It Pavs To Advertise I
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cake and coffee. Those attending ---- ... .
this delightful affair were, r'v I I'I I I 'I
Mrs. J. H. Moore, Mrs. W. E. To- NOBLEMtY Mir A NOBI.!

,, s rode, Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns, Mrs. V. R. A.IN A "GUVJ! f Gl1Y QA t OO MMIK -'p b e corn
:
u Reddish, Mra. W. F. Moore, Mrs. A. THOUGH TMKT IT
d H. Harley, Jr., Mrs. Lee Cotton,, [IJ + two, wrfZRTaRRIN0101 WOULD vi! %LOT errrea
Mrs. Eunice Kelly, Mra. Louis Gal IF OHT TALK tAUMPN,{
'I v loway, Mrs. E. :M. Bennett, Mrs. MABOU a co
4 A. H. Harley, Mrs. R. F. Howell, @ MUCH
v Mrs. Rebecca Whitehead.

re
t Locate
J. H. Moore and J. S.: Norman
., were business visitors to Webster

; k Monday. i
P. R. Carradlne was a business
f {
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.J. .
p L. Harrell, Jr., had the misfortune ifr
y to stumble and break his
t ankle Thursday.
b. An epidemic of measles are confining

i several of the children to r 1 I IagYy
their homes with a mild attack.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish attended r 9q
preaching at Starke Sun 1 4 t 1n

- u day.P.. .
% L. Dlnklns. who Is employed
U -
f by Railway Express Company In THE
MATN.THING.ON 11JttiIY LAIN[ STREET"JuM "
JacksonvUle, spent Sunday here B with his family.
I; A large and appreciative audi- J JaUi
ence attended the baccalaureate 1 z y0 .
q; sermon delivered by Dr. J. L. Sessions MAW TR"ETf IN OWBc .,
l at the school auditorium Sunday LEADlttG *: was / ; "
I'SPAPS12; ;
g' evening. ACCELEOAISVIOLENTLY : EEG, eu"T rH /

W, H. Edwards was a business FOUL BALL RINGS f IYtiKWARARIPlGSI ::
t visitor to Webster Monday.G. .
H. Pearce was transacting FIRE Bat it
8business in Starke Monday. ,- '
'i, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were biQINQ) deli Of 1UECHAMPIONSHIP .
visiting at Theressa Saturday aft I GigS OFYC + I
.
ernoon. "JCA5Gt4,A iota 7b 1
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Cricket fighting Is a popular StMT IN A PM.SCASARM. .
sport In China; the crickets battle ,.

t itt In a bamboo arena. HitsDOBCS 5UId, -.0,QUIt 1 0 .p / t ,/ ; j7"I.

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('OLUME\ ONE STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 2. 1934 NUMBER TWENTY-THREE

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EDITORIALS HI SCHOOL SHOW Senior Personalities HISTORICAL SKITS Elementary News BRADFORD TEAM I Massachusetts state police have( .

had their cruising cars equippedwith

SEEN ON FRIDAYBY James Purvis Hazen was born in USED IN PROGRAMBY FOURTH-GRADE LOSES INITIAL TILT Illuminating writing desks, to .

_evoted to the Beat Inters of LARGE CROWDFee Brooker, Florida, in 1014, just in LOWER GRADES Mrs. Herbert Hart, Teacher TO ALACHUA HI their enable reports the officers on the run.to make out L
time for the War of Nations. (He We have several students out .
.
,
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL ,I
Of Five Cents Brings $-1.70' won't have to study about It in History Realistic Portrayal Of Famous because of sickness. Boulder Dam, the greatest structure 4
At
and Alumnae. Under
Poor
Patron Boys Disadvantage
Students, see?) He has made Brookerhis Junior Smith returned to school
Into School's Athletic of its kind built Is '
Scenes Of Washington's Day St. ever expected ,
Light*-Pliiy AugustineAt
home since childhood which
after absent for
Monday being a
Fund to be completed 1 ;
by
STAFF Seen In Assembly Jacksonville Friday Sept. j
EDITORIAL perhaps accounts for his popularity; -- week. 1937. 4i.S
A show on the Brooker bus. Among Purvis' Friday of last week was Doris -
____Editor-in-Chief sponsored and producedby The Elementary chapel program Bradford High's famed baa I
Hoaaed likes
be
listed
Kitty: may swimming, Kruse's birthday. She was ten
the local Sixty-five million In
school i
persons
high last Fri-
Bdltor-in-ChUf Friday was alive with historical keteers lost
S9PP-.J' a close to Ala-
game
Dorothy: (if the Is of
dancing mod- old.
partner
_._ day was attended by a large crowdof skits, settings, and years America are protected by life In- i
$, R. Johnii___ Manag-lnsr Editor erate size), ladies, and History IV scenes. Representations This week has been filled with chua High in their first game of
umter Harley.. >.., Manas Editor pupils faculty and outsiders. It of such farnuus picture the Suwanee River Valley basketball I burance policies.
He also loves the ole tests. We will have
strumming on soon our report -
tola Long--- __...Exchange Editor was for the local athletic fund, to as George Washington's Inauguration tournament Friday night. The
banjo. His dislikes include cards .
borothy: Mar wick__Asst. Ex. Editor pay for basketball uniforms that arguing, the hard winter and again.In boys were at a great disadvantagedue ovl.R: WOD roNERVi'S"Q 1'
hard work .
(mentally) and George spelling last week the follow
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Literary Editor our boys to "
touise Jaekaon wore the Suwanee suffering of Washington's army at. to the }
being at
game played
Arwood talking to his blond girl. ing students made a perfect grade! :
.Aut. Literary Editor River
,oulB Snyder; Valley Basketball Tourna- Valley Forge, and of Betsy Ross night. The Alachua! have always
.ester Schnell________Sports Editor ment. The gate receipts totaled But Purvis is a jolly good sport, making the first United States flag Garland Godwin, Harry Kellum, W. showed well at boys night. The-
BigI-----Aeat. Sports Editor George-"peace be still!I" Purvis L. Thigpen and Margaret SIlcox. up I
Meslle $4.70, which Indicated that ninety- were ably produced by pupils of the Tornadoes do not wish to defend! I :
Lola Adklna_______-Soclety Editor four hopes to become a civil engineer We have started studying the
paid admissions were taken lower A of the :
Jtonry Godwin-________Jok. Editor at the doors. when he has to "scratch" for him grades. portion Swiss people. I'm sure we will find thin loss with a list of alibis, but (
up high school was present and were here are a few facts that cun
Editor
., W Anderson Jr.. Aiat Joke self. them Interesting. ,1I
.eater Austin______________Reporter First, Coach Larson's Physiologyclass reported as,receiving a treat. It Rivers Hundley went to the State clearly show several reasons for
Entertainment gave a nifty demonstration of must be said ,for the elementary these boys losing the game: Cap.
Brownlee_______ _Reporter Thomas Clifford Hazen, Jr., was that the school Farm Friday night to the picture r .
grades high
aiarthn. calesthenlcs with four girls, Dorothy flag tain Joe Shuford, center, was 11andunablo
born in Brooker Florida seventeen show.
[ primary and Elementary Turner, Lulu Redgrave, Pauline will fly higher still when they ad- to play for any lengthof
a blue-eyed silverhaired
years ago -
Priest and Came Strickland, form- vance to fill the shoes of those who time Unfortunately, two piuy-
baby boy. He soon learned, to PICTURE ARRAYIS
Ing a human pyramid. Afterwards, have passed on. ers were disqualified due to per.
pull handfuls of his older sister'shair I
Calendar Of Events Pauline climbed atop of Lulu, who out while she wasn't looking. First was a scene depicting : CELEBRATIONOF sonal fouls, and the court was poor _,

had climed atlp of Dorothy, and Some of his likes include basket- George Washington as a boy, how ly lighted, which wall a greater dls _

I March 1-Elementary Chapel, very near reached the ceiling. ball, mischievousness and reading he was looked upon as a leader WASHINGTON advantage to the Tornadoes, who -.d

Miss Eunice Perkins. The Seventh-A room then sang A few of his dislikes are hardwork among his companions. A group of do not play well under lights any _

| March Combined Glee Club "This Little Piggle Went to Mar- (physically or mentally), telling small boys were playing soldiers, Nation's First Chit" '. Birthday way.Every
under direction of ket," with a chorus of girls paradIng current events. Clifford's ambition and were at loss as to who should Recognized By Display I player on the squad was

Mrs. Wall. the stage. will not be realized if he isn* be their leader, until they found In Hulls I used In the contest. The defeat _

| March 2-Senior High School 'Mr. Howard's room was then elected to succeed Franklin D. I George. He arranged his "forces"in eliminated the Tornadoes from fur- UP TO your' aan fat web-.
Roosevelt in the order and marched about on the I A interesting and attractive ther competition In this tourna. _
Assembley, Mrs. Perkins represented, with Charles Pender near future. May- very every nerve at high tansJom.
In charge. and Dorothy Sapp singing "You're be you'll call this a high mark to stage. display of pictures celebrating the ment, but the team will journey to No wonder yea ulis" at Hum wfie!

March 8-Special Chorus. Such a Comfort to Me." shoot at, but If we don't aim hlgh- Next was a picture of the Conti- birthday of George Washington has Jacksonville next Friday to meet and bark at the cMMiyt. _

March 14-Spoken English play, er'n we expect to hit, how're we nental Congress in May, 1773, with been placed in the upper hall.. The the crack Ketlerlinus High quintetat Watch wtttl I OvorwwvfMa] _
1 "Elmer." Then followed a list of requestand going to get anywhere 7 a group of national figures arounda home room of Mrs. Long's started 2:00: p.m. In the district tournament aim may lead to BI.....
dedication numbers sung by a table discussing the problem. of the movement and the other This team, coached by "Fix" Bwaa. Nervous Headache Nero

chorus of high school girls around Vera Gainey was born In Brooker war with Great Britain. George Twelfth Grade aided to a great extent Pierson, has shown plenty of class aw kndlffwwUon. and a iost ad
the and Charles Pender ether naplsasant dlstorbaawaa,
piano by
SELFISHNESS on the stage., The list included the Florida, Aug. 22, 1917, and Washington was chosen com- this season. The boys will not be Way domV yon try Dr. M Dem.. _

Selfishness Is one of the greatest following: there the young lady spent her life mander-ln-chief of our army. Among the portraits are several chided in the least If they lose to MrerreaeeMt N....... Tab....., ._ _
all until the She Is Then such a team and should not lament hat one In a half glass atwater _
anes of humanity. Surely we "Did You Ever See a Dream present day. quiet Washington was pictured of George Washington and his
Wree that almost every evil Is de- Edwin by nature and does well In her requesting Mls, Betsy Ross to wife. A very Interesting onu shows heavily over their defeat at the ....t.. a pleasant, msaris.Ha ,
llved Walking requested by 'studies, and has the desire to be the for bands of Alachua since the team drink dell :fitf.lly sooihb*
directly or Indirectly, from Torode to Bunnie Canova a make first flag the United Washington at Valley Forge when .
by this taoer-taxaI n.....
ome one's selfishness. It Is con- Charles. teacher in later years. Her likes States. Miss Rosa felt infinitely he was beset with many cares. An- season was not organized with Or. MUesf NerrtD* to ____
MaBkade
Venlent, Is It not, to have nearly all "Sleepyhead," dedicated to A. E. Include: Reading, going places, privileged to have the honor of this other Illustrates Washington aa a an Intent to win every game, but fa two forms-XAfftlil asjsl

ur faults summed up by one Wall by B. H. S. faculty, by chorus. and meeting people. Her few dislikes deed. country gentleman, In the life of i solely for the benefit of the boys Effsrrsaeaut Tablet. Both bays ________

word? "I Wish I Had Someone to Love are: Riding on the school bus Valley Forge, the spot of awful which he delighted. wishing play on the team.Etiquette the same aairfhlnr '..&. _

Sometimes It Is difficult for usto Me," requested by Vera Gainey, and washing dishes. buffering of Washington's army Numerous pictures describe the 11.00 at jrwar draff i iC3 Mut. _

remember that by our own de- sung by chorus. during the winter of 1777-78, was beautiful home at Mount Vernon, ,iv Ml i.. I '
fclstona we Influence those abouts. "What Will I Do?" dedicated to Henry Tally Godwin was born realistically depicted by the use of the large and well-furnished room, -

For this very reason it is our Lois Adklna by Robert Chapman, eighteen years ago In the Riverside brush, "snow," and "dead" bodies. the spinning house, slave quartern"", 1. Where should a lady alt In a p/Q./l/leICe! lit
responsibility tc give a great !sung by Charles. section of Jacksonville. Henry has In the midst of it, George Wash- the picturesque box borders on the carr (

{amount of thought to our words I "Lazybones," entire student body, resided alternately in Miami and ington knelt with clasped hands, grounds. The monument to Washington ADS A lady should always sit );U NEI'
nd deeds. We each have only one faculty, and what not, to S. R. Lawtey, where he graduated from praying for the relief of his suffering Is shown reflected in the waters on a gentleman's right Whetherin 1'\1\: \ ..

Ife to live, but this is true also of Johns, sung by chorus the Lawtey Junior High School In comrades. of the Tidal Basin, and nearbythe a private carriage, a car, or a __ .
ach of our associates. We can beeld "Two Tickets to Georgia" fromB. 1931. He has always had an Unusual The last historical picture was of cherry blossoms adding all taxi, a lady must never when avoid- '_ _

accountable ,at least In partor H. S. to Mrs. Long and Mrs. talent for drawing and has Washington's Inaguratlon and the their glory to the scene. able sit on a gentleman's left; be. 1'
the lives of our friends.Oh had several of his works on exhibi- One of the best exhibits is
Carpenter, sung by chorus. Inaugural Ball. George solemnlyswore a cause according to European etiquette -
yes, we have all heard words "Three's a Crowd," dedicated to tion. Henry possesses a fine char- to support hla country to the 'drawing of George Washington bya a lady "on the left" is nota
acter and Is First Class Scout. No
a this effect time and again, butt Sullivan Carter by Lillian Stern- a best of his ablHty! with his hand on Senior, Henry Godwin The picture "lady"

t is often easy to forget that they berg. sung by chorus. one can doubt Henry's keen sense the Bible, after which the ladles shows an,admirable likeness 2. How does _
pply to us at school, at home-ni "Was That the Human Thing to of humor, although his quite disposition ,were ushered in and! the ball got to the "Father of Our Country." I dance? a gentleman ask fora
leads him to be rather shy .
tter where we are. Perhaps It Do?" dedicated to the faculty by under way.
in using it. However, he is the From A To Z Ans. When a man Is Introducedto
...a consider others we won't have the student body, sung by Charles."I The two concluding numbers on Gossip
lo consider ourselves. Who knows 1 Cover the Waterfront" dedi- joke editor of the B. H. S. Journal a girl, he says, "May I have
staff. likes be the program were a reading, "Kit- "
Among his may "dome of this? or "Would care
cated to Mrs. Hoffman by Mr. You see quite a few red faces you
Hoffman who Is in listed drawing, home devotion, ty's Lessons, by Mary Elizabeth No to dance?" She replies either,
these
Appalachlcola around the campus days. ,
I HEARDSeveral Smith, and a piano solo by Margaret -
sports, reading, and music. His few "
"Yes
sung by chorus. I these Bradford co-eds don't blush; "Certainly, or I'd like to
dislikes are rowdyism, bad company Lowry. very much," and turns to dance. At
"Who's Afraid of the Big Bad they're just suffering from "Rosy-
Senior girls attended apendthenlght Wolf," dedicated to Coach Larson and gossiping. Henry plansto I Ola." It's gonna get you If you the end of the dance the man says,
party given by Be- by student body, aung by chorus. follow art as a profession after HI-Y UNIT ELECTS don't watch out! "Thank you," and i If It has been

trice Miner at her home in Lawtey "Mighty Lak a Rose," dedicatedto graduating from high school. A 'A cute little man came around quite a long dance she adds,
Friday night. Everyone had a very ; his or her "Rosyola," by every- certain Senior girl likes him a lotI! OFFICIALS CLUB the other day and insisted on taking "Thank you, too." If they dance

food time, and the Lawtey climate : one who has one, sung by chorus. DUES DECIDED ON pictures of the different class- only a few steps, she nays "Sorry"so Iclba Selector I size _____
eemed to with all. Be Woodfin Halle was born In Rut- low that the one cutting In does
agree "M-m-mary, M-m-mary, I'll en. Of course we all said NO! Any
ledge, Ga., In 1913. He honored not hear. A never sold/ or leu thin _
Martha Brownlee went to Jack- Waiting For You at the Study way, after so long a time we lookedat girl never asks a man
dedicated Pearce Starke by coming here to live In Sullivan Carter Chonen As President to dance or to go to supper with
nville Saturday.Mrs. Hall, to Mary the "birdie. The "results" arrived lOc. Yap now can buy
by Richard Thede, sung by chorus. 1B25, and ever since has occupied a -Has Hud ExperienceWith '' the other day-nuff sed. her, though she may if she Is one
Carpenter. :Mrs. Long and "Over There," student body to place In the hearts of all The Clubs Before 'I' Of course you haven't heard of a "flock," say Come and sit at the fame size and quality
Irs. Hoffman motored to Jackson- smiling young man likes: Mrs. I our table!" This however would __ _
Mr. Gray, sung by chorus. about Bee Miner's- "spend the tot Sfl. JUutthlnk long
irllle Saturday.Mr. The Eighth Grade then gave a Carpenter and Mrs. Long (teats The local unit of the HUT organization night" party. It seems thatquite not imply that In sitting: at their .-

and Mrs. Gray went to Jack ,number, a poem about George and all), science, civics, swimming, met last Wednesday afternoon a few Seniors like Lawtey (and table he la supposed to sit next to Havana and TfrYporte J to _
onville movies and diamond ball. He dislikes at 1:30: and held an electionof her.
Saturday. down the cher- in A ,
Washington cutting Lawtey boys) a big way. certain baccb foronTy
Several students are back in ,I ry tree, and the consequences that History IV, current events, officers. Sullivan Carter was girl says: "If I can't have one 3. What should you do when you
chool after having the roseola. followed. and "fair weather" friends. He elected president of the club: Robert Lawtey boy, I'll take another!" have to leave before a musicale Is on a FLOR deto EtUA _

Lois Long went to Jacksonville The Tenth Grade then contributed hasn't quite decided what he wantsto Chapman received the nod for She did. Everyone bad a marvelous over 1Anll. the
Saturday. to the program with Woodrow do when he grows up. Oh, yes, vice-president; S. R. Johns was time. Lois A. quoted poetry all At a musicale or other -* get rnott your __

Dorothy Sapp entertaine sev Hollingsworth giving an essay on he likes Epworth League (parties) chosen as secretary and treasurer; night-see what you've done to her, performance, when you cannot stay ney eve ught.

trai of her friends with a 'Vanishtea" "Man." He walked out with an and perfume! A. E. Wall received the majorityof Miss Myrwin? So that's why none until the conclusion of the performance -
votes for man-at-arms and Lester then should sit .t.Uwto clear Mf..Co.,Makers 42
ng Friday afternoon. Lois armful of papers, experienced diffi of us slept. you as near
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largest number of words out of up, and walked offstage, giving the stone Heights In 1914. She just report the news and developmentsof raded up town. Of course, we had to the performers to leave
{'Vanishing Tea." audience a chance to see a large had to get In style and have a per- the club to the newspaper. to go by Torode's-then we went to before the conclusion of their offer c&tdeMELBA

Marguerite Prevatt went to "S" and '"A" on his back, which manent wave and appendicitis. She The matter of feel and duos was see Henry. ing.,

Jacksonville Friday. was the "S-A on Man." likes candy and blonde boys. She Is decided, each member being responsible Again the Spoken English class FRANCES FANE.

I Miss Jacobs, Miss Pearce. Miss Representing M I' s. Long's a modest little girl and has few dis for a small fee each meet- has planned a surprise for the en- -

(lazel Mlddlelon and Miss Madge Twelfth Grade room, Annie Laura likes. The Seniors were delighted Ing, the proceeds of which will tire faculty and student body. It If. you are puzzled over aome
llddleton motored to Jacksonville Tucker and S. R. Johns sang "The to have Opal join the class this support entertainment and projects really will be something to look problem of good conduct send your

aturday. Old Solnnlne- Wheel." while three year and graduate with them.Reminescences. Iin i the future. Each time a member _fnrward__ n___ t/V__. question In to B. H- S. Journal. r

aged couples, framed In pictures, I Is late for a meeting he Is pen- A one-act pipy will be presentedby CJCJABSupIfHne
I Bright walked out from their frames and alized a small sum of money. If a members of the clasa.! The name The last census showed that _

Sayings stepped about, finally returning to member Is totally absent from of the play la "Elmer," with Kitty elghty-ilx per cent of the farms in __

their positions in the walla. The meeting unless he has a very Hogsed and Sullivan] Carter taking ,I this country were operated entirely OAINESVTXXB CANDY CO. _
I Let us see what the class of 1924Is
Lola L.: What makes the leaves couples were Sullivan and Lois, A. doing- plausible excuse, he will be likewise the leading parts. There will also ,with horses and mules I Gainesville. Fls. .. Distribute* _

urn red In the fall E. and Mary, and Billy and Mar- penalized. be several entertaining numbers, .
Lois A.: They are blushing to orle. Isabel Fernandez-She graduated Sponsors also, were chosen for aside from the play.. I -

hlnk how green they have been Charles Fender, "Mae West in from the Florida State Collegefor the HI-Y. Professor Gray and Mr. This play will be presented on FUNERAL
ill summer. "You Gotta See Women and since that time affiliated Howard elected for this March DIRECTORS _
Person, sang were posi Wednesday. 14, and a small
Your Mamma Every Night." with the Bradford County Uon. admission will be charged to all war Many Years Experience Make* It Possible for Us to Render

I Mrs. Carpenter: Why did Thom Charles was dressed in a dress and High SchooL Our regular meeting will be held those attending. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

W3 Jefferson write the Declaration; padded adequately, a fair representation -I Blanch Alderman-Married Dr. each Wednesday afternoon at 1:30: MODERATE PRICES

>f Independence T of the screen actress her- S. P. Vandlvlere. They are now If not decided otherwise and If I Three sets of twins are enrolled DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY _

Lester Austin Because he i ioullin't residing in Marianna, Florida. They there are no conflicts with Important this year at Florida State College STARKE. FLORIDA
self.Mr. ._ _ _
afford to hire a stenograher. Gray then delivered announcements have one attractive little son. examinations or occasions for Women. _

among which was Iris Epperson Married Dale The aim ofthe Hi-Y is to elevatethe

'- that our boys had left for the Su Vanslckle. They are now In Holly- standards of living socially,
I Mrs. Demorest: .Callle, what dowou Basketball wood, Calif. and Wake
wanee River Valley morally, religiously of the for the Up Your Liver Bile
know about nitrates? Tournament at Cross City. Eunice Perkins-She Is a popular members and all whom the members Send $1 next
Callie S.: They're lot, cheaper member of the Bradford Coonty come Into contact with. The S months of

nan day rates. Last Minute Flashes High School faculty. club also is interested In improving

I Laura Wynn-Married a Baptist material things, such aa aiding in TheAtlantic Without! Calomel --
Kitty H.: Can you drive thirty minister and is now living la South the Improvement of.the appearanceof -

a your car? This la Test Week! You see quitea Florida. the school grounds, the ached, -
W T.; W.: No of not. number of worried students Hugh Brownlee, Jr.-Marrled Monthly And You'll Jump Out of Bed It this bile (I. sol flowingfrtly., too
course and the buses coming to and from
i: .. food doMD'l dlcnt.' It jnx d_,. .la the _
a only a roadster. doming study hall these days. Miss Rosa Leviton. They have one school. in the Morning Ratio' to CoIf bowel. 0.. bloat up four __II. Yes
attractive young son. He now MAKE the most of your read ha.. a thick .bad but awl your br.>ta
I Mrs. Perkins to holds hours. Enjoy the wit, you feel soar and sunk and !I. foul .k1. .(... ...... eel la felna- _
: Do think There has been nothing practice a position in Jacksonville AVERAGES
you pa- fUn JANUARY the wisdom, the the world looks punk don't swal I."... Year heed ah.. and ron f..l dow.
per can be used effectively to keep for this last week (for a Florida. companionship, low a lot of salts, mineral, water, and auk Yen whole mum: !Ie poi.on.d.It _
People warm? change). Comer Long-He is workisg for Senior-Scholarship, 89; Citizenship the charm that have made the oil, laxative candy or chewing '-... .ho.... good, old CARTER'S ,z
lEuok Shot VI! should say sol the State Road Department In 948; Absent, 1.7 (day.); ATLANTIC for seventy-five gum and expect: them to make you LITTLle Liven PILLS. sit 15...two
P>e last Class is ,South Florida. years America's most suddenly I sweet pound of bile. dowlas ,...,, and makyou .
report card I took.. home The Spoken English Tardy 1.2. quoted and buoyant; and fuel l ". and Tb.
.0 op. ? contain woal
r ept the family hot bard its new play Hamilton Ritch-Married Miss and moa* chedlsbed magazine. full of sunshine ...... .
for a week. working on .1un1or-Scholanhlp, 88; Citizenship < r
I Elmer.." It won't be long before Lola Stanford in 1929. He Is affiliated I 91.8; Absent .9; Tardy,..5. Send 91 (mentioning: this ad) For they can't do it. They only ......." wh..a II aoima to maklas,
The body temperature of a per- they will be able to present it. They I with the Standard Oil Com Sophomore Scholarship 87.8; move the bowels and a mere movement aha bUs row frwly.
on JiVing to to doesn't get at the cause' The Des doa'l sib for Urn plll, A.' 1 o.Cszts *
he the extreme cold of hope they will have a large audl- I pany. CitizenshIp 92; 'Absent, 1.7: Tar- reason for down-and-out Uttl. Liv.. Plus Look for Ik*
far north is 'linost identical once for the proceeds are going to 4 dy. 1.1. THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY feeling' I.) your liver. It : .... c....... Uttlo L4... nil

lt teaming Ith that of ODe who resides In the be used in buying a "secret" for the West Point became a military Freshman-Scholarship. 84; Cltllenship. S Arlington St, Boston pour out two your pounds of should 11<1"ld on nlMtlttit tfco .red ttt lab at..l.dru R....to.*itt..at. S!.

tropics. chool., I Academy on July 4,, 1802. I 94; Absent, 1.1; Tardy, .0. bile into your bowels daily. O"31 C. U- Co.:; __ ,
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"i, ,' 'I Woodmen Circle Officials 11 W.;! M.J S.,Circle,Meeting ''

1;. \ Meet In JacksonvilleHigh >Vext Monday Afternoon GRAHAM! j BQOTSEY'S BEACH r RISING

I' officiate of the Woodmen ; Circle No. 1 of the 'w man'. Mrs. I; C. Smith. Correspondent -'
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'Societvf .' ,'. ; ,GA-! ". r-, "'-' et.nt.r.
i I : Circle drill teams and members Missionary .Society of the Methodist -- Jfrh' :).
i from more than tolrty-ftve Florida 'Church win meet Monday aft- : visiting;Mf r r _
section < t
the Waldo were I lu E.
towns gathered tn: Jacksonville ernoon at 3:80 at the home' of Mr Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas afaifl L. E.. Haltlwanger of
Johnson
Fred
....CP .- fJ//!.... Wednesday for a special meeting of and Mrs. L: A.;'Davia. Circle No. 2 and Mrs.and, Mrs. Forest Reynoldsand children of Heilbronn spent Sunday\ vllle is visiting relatives Jacyee'

# the orga&laatSon Honor) guests on will meet at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. M. Phlffer of here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Quite a number of here.
+ :Music Study Club Methodist Ladies Sponsor this occasion were Mrs Mary E. Mrs. W. P. Smith,'with Mrs. Smith Mr. dinner guests of N. Crawford. this section. Starke and people troll!,
Davis Home Washington Birthday Party LaRocca. national president and and Mrs. W.'G..Halle as hostesses Jacksonville were Waldo,ea
:Meets At Joyed
1 Mr. and Mrs.:Math Waadln Sunday. :Miss Martha Crawford attended a flshfry at Santa Fe
Lait
Mrs. Dora Alexander Talley national
of last week and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of Hell! church at Evergreen Sunday. Saturday.
Mr.
The Fortnightly Music Study Thursday evening secretary both of Omaha, W. M.\ S. Meeting'MondayThe
y % Club met at the home of :Mr. and the Womans Missionary, Society of Neb, and Miss Myrtle Outs Crump, bronn Springs were visiting :Mr. Miss Geneva Crews of Lawtey A pleasant social hour WM
ua :Mm. L.; A. Davis last Friday eve- the Methodist Church caa national assistant attendant and Woman's:Missionary Society and Mrs.L. D. Johns Sunday.Mr. spent a few days here this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs! S;
t ning. Feb. 23. with Mrs. Davis in George Washington party at the I'state manager of Florida. of.,the Baptist Church will hold and Mrs. Jim Hines of Moun- the guest of Miss Lucille Craw- Norman Monday night Music wi
., charge of the program for the evening Woman's Club la celebration of the Other officers in attendance. their circle: meetings Monday afternoon teoch were visiting Mr. and Mrs. furnished by the Corinth Quartan.
4o.
which was the "History of birthday anniversary of our"first were Mrs Leila Davis of Jacksonville : at 3;00 o'clock. W. M. Thomas Sunday.Mrs. ford.Mr.. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford, Mrs. I* E Haltiwanger and M

Church Music." President. The auditorium of the state president: Mrs. Ella) R. Mrs. A. !of. Darby president of J. W. Reynolds returned Mrs. Florence Carlisle and A. :J. dren of Jacksonville were vlaltZ

:Mrs. Davis gave an able discussion club was decorated with palm and Strickland of Lake Butler national the society will entertain Circle from Horseshoe, N. c., Saturday. Crawford were business visitors. to here Saturday.Mrs. ..
on the History of Church Mu other greenery which formed a representative; :Mrs. Mildred W. No. 1 at her bome;:'Mrs. O. W. Al- Her sister. Mrs. V.V. Devote, and Midway Wednesday afternoon.J. H. M. McRae and children,

', sic" and a review of the life of perfect setting for this lovely af Boone of Lakeland, state vice-pres derman and Mrs. S. L. Peek will be brother. Wilson Freeman, accom- Ray Quinn left last week for Mr, and Mrs. B. M. McRae and ut

Iw I of i Handel the composer.The fair.The ident and district manager; Mrs. Joint hostesses to Circle No.. 2 at panted her home. Hlgginston, Ga., to attend to busi tie daughter and Mlsa Allie HM!

following program takeu guests were received In the Ceta Rosstngnol of Jacksonville, the Alderman residence; Circle No. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Dees ot ness. Mr, Quinn was a resident of nage were visiting relatives at
from Handel's Oratorla, "The :Messiah library by Mrs. 1. A. Davis dressed state attendant; Mrs. Bessie 3 will be entertained by Mrs Brooker were visiting Mrs. Kate that section before moving here Sanderson and Ralford Sunday

," was presented by :Mrs. Davis as an old fashioned girl in colonial Greene of Live Oak. state secretary : George B. Flynn at her home.A I Starling and family Sunday. about a year and one-half ago. -

ft+ : costume and were presented by her ; Mrs. Myrtle A. DePew' of good attendance of members Miss :Mildred Broughton left Sat- Misses Geneva'and Juanita Hil- are the proud parents of a flue
to those In the receiving line, Fort Pierce, past state president of all three circles Is desired. Bard spent Sunday here the baby boy, born Feb.
"Comfort Ye :My People, solo by urday for Baldwin for a visit with guestsof 18 here at tin
John H. PowelL dressed in colonial and costumes Impersonating and district manager; Mrs. Berta 1 .' her cousin. Miss Vlnney Cain. Miss Martha Crawford. home of her mother, Airs. jew
Mr. Mrs. George Vaughn of Tampa state treasurer FAVORITE' RECIPES Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gaskins.
; Redding
"He Shall Feed His Flock," duet Washington and other notables of of I :Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds
Mrs. Vonda Tnman, Starke state
A by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. El L. Washington's day, namely: C. A. auditor and district manager; :Mrs. Orange Preserves were visiting Mrs. Reynolds' parents -

h x ry Biggs. Futch. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, :Mrs. W. Cassle Taylor, state chaplain, and (Repeated by Request) Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas,
er Two vlctrola recordings, "I Know EL Middleton. Miss Marjorie Stump, Mrs. Ida Fernandez, state captain, Peel off the outside skin of the In the Ziff section Sunday.Mr. REALLY FRESH

loja; That My Redeemer Liveth" and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Patsy Ruth both of Pensacola; Mrs. Edith Tipping oranges, split in halves and squeeze and Mrs. Roy Roberts and '

Halleluiah Chorus.". Walnwright, Sullivan Carter and of Jacksonville! state musician out all. the Julcew, If the orangesare daughter, Inez, of Weindermere COFFEE8O'CLOCK

The next meeting will be held at A. E. Wall. :. ; Mrs., Kate juroome or Fort' sweet soak in clear water one were visiting :Mr. Roberts' parents, o
the home of Judge and Mrs. B. K. Mrs. L. D. Vlning who .had Lauderdale, state inner: sentinel; day and night but if sour soak one Mr. and Mrs.'C. B. Roberts, Sun- RED CIRCLE

Perryman with John, H.. Powell. as j charge of the program for the evening -I Mrs., Addle Godbold of Lake City, week, changing the water twice a day.Mrs. "Mild "Rich "Mxoroiu BOKAR
leader. -' presented the following: state outer sentinel; Mrs.Ruby La- day., After soaking squeeze out aU ..Volley McKinney of Sampson '" Mellow" Full Bodied"Uiey"
b Miss Rosalind Jacobs sixth I tham state water and place In cooking vessel :
of Avon Park Junior City was visiting her mother, '.
teacher in Bradford High .' and cover with syrup. Cook slowlyto ttTA1 I fatD Lb. Lb. Lb.
grade superintendent and district man :Mrs. A. B. Ward. Sunday.Mr. .
NAT SEZ1: [ ] School, presented some of her pupils ager; and Miss Elva Jones) of St. prevent scorching until done : and Mrs. O. O. Graves of c

in a playlet of five skits, the Petersburg, Mrs. Eula Ballentine (More )syrup Seal.can.,be added if nec- Isle Worth were visiting their parents HERE ECONOMY RULES 19c 21c 25c

Did you ever notice a young man first of which was "Washington Asa of Gainesville :Mrs. Rutli.Flveub essary. MRS. SALLIK over the week-end. '
> going. to sea his gal, getting Young Boy"; the second,, ''Wa b- and Mrs. Anna Waldrfps of Jacksonville Starke TISON Mills Era Smith who has been

tlr t spruced up at the barber shop. ington being elected by Congress to state auditors. F.lorida. visiting her sister, Mrs. Onie Mae SULTANA Delicious Broken Slices
First he gets a be leader of the American Army"; Several members of the Starke Graves at Windermere for several
1 hair cut. then a third "Washington asking{Betsy Grove'attended this meeting'which Orange Marmalade months, has'returned home* PINEAPPLE
Grate the .2 No.
rind Cans
of six
k; shave afterward Ross to make the first Ametloanflag" was held at the Carling Hotel. to oranges A. Armstead and Mrs. W. T. 21h 29c
brake
enough the oil cells, then
comes a ; fourth "A Scene At Valley Watson and son. T. I.., of Gainesville '
,I,, ;l shampoo, massage Forge" and the last skit b/tgg, U. D. C. Will Meet with slice, fine three removing quarts pf the water pits.and Cover let were visiting Mr. and :Mrs. L. CRISPO Fresh Crisp, Delicious
Washington VA
"The Inaugural of s C. Smith
rs AfternoonThe Sunday.
and then
Q Wednesday .
stand for
twenty-four hours. Then

Z; 1c Nr;, some smelling sweet hair President: Anita and Courtmanch the Inaugural delighted BalL"Mias W. T. Weeks Chapter U.,D. hours boil slowly in but steady for two Willie Wilson Strickland Freeman and, Norman CSrtton Johns Davis FIG BARS Pounds 25cCAMPBELL'S
C. will meet afternoonat
4. Wednesday same water. Then add
the audience with two violin solos
attended at'HeUbronn
tonic a
d ; he's out 3:30 at the home of :Mr. and Mrs.l five pounds 'of .sugar and cook party
accompanied at the piano by; ? TOMATO
k to- make'. .hit Springs Saturday night at he
&
.::: : for anothe lwrs
:Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch A. Davis. Hostesses,:Mrs. Davis slowly hours. Add
her mother ;
home of Miss Lots Moore.
with that gaL Miss Etta Thou, Mrs.* L. O. the Juice jof one,,temOnon removing
T Well folks the and Mrs. H. V. Knight rendered. a '" :Mrs. Roy Manning and children I
$ Powell'and Mrs. W. O. Halle from fire. ',.Seat:; JLJIC.ESmall Can 5c
ante thing baa piano solo. MRS. R]I. SPARKMAN.' and Charlie Thomas of Tampa are .
d; 4 happened to my, Little :Miss Mary ElIsabeth Smith Birthday'Observed' e Starke, Florida. visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs.
ry .tor* front... I gave it everything gave a clever reading ''Wa blng- S. T. Thomas, for a while. Finest Dried GREAT NORTHERN or NAVY
l + q from the hair cut down to the shoe ton," and several pupils from the On Thursday Feb 22. L. S. Hut- 1 Edward Broughton of Gainesville '
l shine and she's rartn' to go. third grade of B. H. S. sang''Wa b- to and his mother, Mrs. O.P. Hutto was visiting his mother, Mrs. BEANS Pounds 14cFANCY

Take: a peep when you're paa ln' ington's Birthday" accompanied by of Orangeburg 8. C., who has beenvisiting GumBranchElizabeth Arthur Broughton Sunday.Mr. .
by and note the values; I don't aim Miss Marjorie Stump. at the Hutto home for two I and Mrs. Clarence Melton of

i for you folks to have to go to Jacksonville Mrs. J. W. Andrews soprano months celebrated their birthdays Harnage. Osr .

i; for your dry goods or shoes sang two beautiful solos "Love's together with, a dinner at the for- The viper fish lives far down In Wheat In IU Most Delicious Form
u: long M I can give you nice Old Sweet song," and "The Same mer's home. It was :Mr. Hutto'a W. H. Carter is spending this the icy waters of the ocean, and BLUE ROSE Mello-Wheat

clean,,- crisp merchandise at the Old, Dear Old Place," accompaniedby fiftythirdbirthday anniversary week at Jacksonville the guest ot 'wears two rows of phosphorescent 2 pkgs 25c
1 i right price. Mrs. Clifton Brown. :and his mother's seventy-sixth. A his sister :Mrs.Mamie: Williams. spots along its body. RICE I GRAPE NUTFLAKES
huge birthday cake with seventy- :
Mrs. Carrie
and children -
A. Bid BTERNBERQ SPECIAL Miss Lillian Mosley of the State Browning .... .... 0
six candles and
I beautifully decorated of RaIford spent the week-end WHOLE GRAIN 2 pkgs. 17c
Munsingwear Hose Farm also gave an interesting I was presented to Mrs. Hutto by with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ,

Regular $1.00 and $I.U ,Hone reading. Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. Hall and Mrs. -. Edwards.Misses 5 Lbs. 21c YUKON CLUB
Three ladles of the senior L. S. Hutto.A ATLASThe
Slightly Irregular young Vesta McRae Irene Lewis
Gin. Ale
i h l class of B H. S., Misses Lola Long, moat ,enjoyable dinner was and Arcola Crosby spent Sunday =====} 4 small bot. 25c
69c >
Mary Pearce and :MarJorie Stump, served by Mrs. Hutto assisted.by with Miss Helen NWman. BLUE RIBBON

jMEN'S OVERALLS with their escorts Sullivan Carter i her daughters, Misses .Edna and Misses Audrey and Mildred Norman Standard Oil HIGH QUALITY '
A.. E. Wall. Jr., and Billy Parker Carrie, and at'the conclusion Mrs. spent Sunday at Lawtey visiting N UTLEY' MaltSyrupNo.3can55e
pine and Striped Fair Quality all in colonial costume, stood inside O. P. Hutto bad the pleasure of relatives and friends. Tire GuaranteedOne

98c80Square of the three large picture frames blowing out all the seventy-six; can- A large crowd attended the QUAKER MAIDKetchup

placed on the stage representing dles on the cake and cutting and birthday party at the home of Mr. TearFrigidaire. OLE 0 14-oz. bot. 15c

., ", Prints pictures of the long ago. Miss Annie serving it to the guests. and :Mrs. T. N. Norman in honor of ,

s ''f *5o Value Laura Tucker of Hampton with B. M.'and Audrey McRae Monday ..............
k her escort S. R. Johns, Jr., came Auxiliary To Meet'' v:; night 1 2 Lbs. 17c

fe} 19c out on the stage and while they 'The Starke chapter, American Mr, and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and FRESH

_' v LATEST ARRIVALS were viewing these pictures sang Legion Auxiliary will hold their children were the guests of her par- '} PARSNIPS, Pound 7Y2c

:New "The Old Spinning Wheel., accom- regular meeting, Tuesday night. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H L. Edwards,
Frocks
Spring panied by :Mrs. Brown. When the March 6, at '7:30 o'clock" in the Sunday.Mr. WINNER PEARL ]] FRESH

$3.95 to'$4.95 chorus of this popular song was be- Auxiliary room at the Legion Hall. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended the three HOMINY CARROTS
.. ing repeated for the second time AU members are asked to be pres- church at Rock Sunday. year guar- Bunch 7'/2c
Extra Special the couples in the picture frames ent. I Miss Gladys Keene was visiting anted electric LARGE
1 'MUNSINQWEARBRASSIERES Joined Miss Tucker and Mr. Johns i Misses Mildred and Audrey Nor- refrigerator GRITS

; and did 'a colonial dance.A Woman's Club,Board MeetingThe man Friday afternoon. LETTUCE, Head 7'/2c
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contest. "A Collection Revolutionary Mr. and :Mrs. P. D. Reddish and .
A 500 Quality Relics," was also enjoyed Club executive of Starke board will of hold the Woman's 'their- sons, Drew Frances and Doff, werevialttac 5 Lbs. lOc l JUMBO

,. 25cPETERS' each of these objects being placed regular meeting next Wednesday Mrrand- Mrs. J. S. Sapp For sale by ,} CELERY,. Stalk 8c
in different parts of the club build- Thursday. 1.
morning, March 7. at 10:00: o'clock "
SHOES ing, and the prize for having found AU members urged to be present: Miss Allis Harnage spent Wednesday CANADIAN
Are Guaranteed All Leather these relics first went to :Mrs. W. r ,and'Thursday with ,Eliza- Smith's ServiceStation MANDY' RUTABAGAS
f Lb. 4c
'Try a Pair One Time and Be Con- O. Halle, which was a tiny. red, O. E. S. To Meet beth Harnage., CORNMEAL ,
';, vlnoed That It Pays to Bay At white and blue hatchet. :Misses Audrey and :Mildred Nor LARGE
f The regular meeting of the man were :visiting Miss Bessie
During the social nour.a,.sweet Starke Chapter. Order of Eastern Woodle Grapefruit 3'for
n* STERNBERG'SStarke course was served by :M188 .ILoIs Thursday afternoon. lOc
Star will be held Monday night There will be prayer meeting at ,
Long, Lola Adkins, Lula Redgrave
March 4,at 7:30 o'clock. All mem; the home of.:Mr. and :Mrs. Barnard LARGE
Florida Hope Haynes and :Marjorie,Stump. bers of the order Invited. < Ii- Starke 'Fla.
Johns ,
5 Lhs.
r Friday night Everybody lOc ORANGES
:Mrs. T. J. Griffin seated at the Dozen lOc

beautifully appointed table poured MRS. NELLIE ROBERTS'The : welcome to attend*. r" t 1 .. ... .... .. .... .. "' "" v
CutYou IMAGINE. coffee and Mrs. L. A. Davis FLORIDA
pre- many. friends ,of Mrs B.: J. ;

.. ... sided at the tea urn. A1'r "."' Roberts of Lake Helen, formerly .. CAMPBELL'S New Potatoes Lb. 5c
: : A net sum of '20 was :realizedfrom of Lake Butler, will be saddened to ;. -. ,
{'l. ,
: '
"' this benefit the |TOMATO
party pro learn of her sudden death at her 1 Y --
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ceeds from which will be used for home in Lake Helen last Fridayof ;a ''U'' '

refurnishing the parsonage. a heart attack. ,,' SUNNYFnxjO
tJ S LU< P
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The remains were brought to : ; Oatmeal, .Ib.pk. 7c
Starke Sunday morning ,and funeral t '' i **" ,

RITZ THEATRE:; services were held at Elzey'sChapel 4 Cans: 25c FANCY SANTA CLARA 70-80 SIxe

near,Lake Butler Sunday PRUNES,,2 Pounds '15c
STABK>m. FLORIDA morning at 11:00: O'clock'with Interment

being made In the church ,.__ Quaker Maid DeUclom APPLESauce !:

'PROGRAMJJIGINNING eemeUry.Mrs Roberts was born-near Lake :r'cftIL9zeiis4ue. SJ1VER'PRINT or 2 No. 2 cans 25c

... Butler, March 24.1906. and was the ,AP: FANCY TUB
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!: MARCH 3
... TOILET SOAPPALMOLIVE
G'j.T .
-, ,,",,, .. daughter of Mr. and :Mrs.. O. W.
Johnson of Starke. She attended BUTTERPer Cake 5c
CAN YOU IMAOINf FRIDAY ,
',- Five Mile School and was marriedin ,
more convincing! tcstimoniol
b than thot of Fredrrle March Sylvia Sidney the spring of 1922 to Mr.Roberts TOILET TISSUEWALDORF
a man in Rochester. ,.
G r KN..who suffered from gastric. "The''Good' Dame,, and has' resided at Lake Helen ever Lb. 29c 6 Rolls 25c

trouD'e.' :forovcr40yeort,had his since.Beside ,
stomach washed out ot 'least one her parents and husband, ;
< week for two ,,ears.and finolly SATURDAY she Is survived by a daughter DJERKISSf
gook BISMA-REX with the result Ken Maynard Ruth Hate Rachel: Belle; a"son. Bryant and FANCY U. 8.'Na IRISH

that he eat whatever he I lilees I "Between Fighting seven sisters Mrs Charlie Gorman

s :and has almost forgotten how it Men" '1A 1 :Mrs..Volley Starling and Mrs. Er- S ;women and. TA LC LJ AA POTATOES lOLbs. 25c
feels
to have en upset stomach nest Wilmot; Violet. Ruth Bernice men know the daily use oft'
t and Alvertlne Johnson: four broth-
SUNDAY MONDAY ** ers: Lloyd. Carl :Marvin and An- fat Talcum M/** way <*WwJo FINEST SHORTENING: 4 Poonla 8 Pounds
a' 'EXPLANATION Ronald Cobnaa Eileen Land thony Johnson, all of Starke. tbnf tots i. "as Indispensable> asbathing. It com only

"The Masquerader" And*!! the, world knows COMPOUND
Blsma-Kex U a new antac.d treat- : BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES 25c 27c '53c
foremost '
Djet-Kiss s. ..among all tal
ment that U bringing welcome rejllef > Services at the,Baptist Church Site'
;; to thousands everywhere who cums. Absolutely pure, delicately Jumbo ION A. Plain
I TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY Sunday will be In charge of Rev. or Self Rising: M Lb Lbs.55c' .
,,. ;,suffer the agonies of Indigestion George Raft Carole Lombard T. D. Dennan of McIntosh,who will ,aerated with the Inimitable Djer-Klss $100 24

iy :and other acid stomach ailments. I SALLY RAND preach at both service A cordial .frsgrmnce, It protects, absorbs unwanted : FLOURGRANDMOTHER'S
"w Blsma-Rex: acts tour ways to give (The Original Fan .Dancer' ) Invitation is I I ''extended'' to these perspiration and'deodorizes. ., $1.05
lasting relief in three minutes It fa services. .

rk ,neutralizes the stomach excess of acid: relieves "BOLERO" *. A Fresh Plain or 1il1ked" Ii-... LoafBREAD'
gas;., soothes the CARD OF THANKS Lear Family

:.Irritated membranes; and aids _We wish to thank our friends ]jje ,
digestion of;,tooda SPECIAL BARGAIN I '
most likely tot NIGHT wb6 Were so kind and thoughtful of 7c lOc
,
< ;ferment Blsma-Rez'ls. sold only THURSDAY MARCH 8 us during our recent bereavement.The .
at RexaD Drug Stores. Get a Jar Featuring
flowers,
were very much 'ap- TALCUM
POWDER
'today at Mitchell's Drug Store. "All i
a tarke'Florlda.Adi C Of ,Mo'tW"trl preciated. 4,111.1.y*.4alr(WDM*sieu,rw-..r.hi. w.-, TOE GREAT ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC COMPANY't"AGJllII'Ot1B
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MABCH dr I88A BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAl-H, STARKE FLORIDA' PAGE! FTVIQ Vi .
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Mr..and Mra. E. S. Blake of the Mr. 'and Mra. H. A. Bishop and Mr.: and Mra. H. C.1-Rltch' and Mr. and Mrs.'L. A. Davis Judge Samuel V. Cox; of Tampa who la: Mr. and Mra. Ernest Wllrnot and'
J JP Jrs StateFarm were 'visitors here Saturday Children: spent,the week-end In Tal- their guest Mra.:Ida Dekla of Lake and Mrs. E K. Ferryman and ions; recovering: from a severe illness, is I. Mrs Volley Starling, with Oscar 1
LOCAL .afternoon.', lahasea with Mra. Marie Freeman. Butler. spent the week-end with Emmett and Comer, spent;Sunday, spending several weeks with his Roberta of Lake ButIerTBp; the ,

'j 1" .._ v relatives" in Moultrie, Ga.. with Mr. and Mrs. B.. .H. Perryman aunt Mrs.. Bynum Perklns.JIa,, willrc4herRembert first of ",the week in Lake, Helen
; ra. 0. W. Kelly and daughter. Misses Elma.,Thomas and moth '. in r N:,Nashville,Ga. '""' *prlngn y, NIl wlth-B* ",.. :5ltobert and 'children. '
M es Lrorio,tf New River were vl l. t "- -' -- .' tr 'M Cox,wnft 10 atr They,re torn**'Tuesday by the way
er,.,Mrs. L, F. Thomas, of Qreen H.. Ft,; 'Smith$ and son. Charf,s,
tore,Pere Saturday.State's .. Cove"'Springs''were Visitor' Here 'and-M;.Freeman of'BeIlVlew were 'Mr.:and Mrs. t harjCmb\ ach'rrf': ] > tant directing radio activities/ : of Crescent City and were accompanied a ;

A. P. Sauls epent Wednesr Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Saturday., visitors at .the homeof Mr and L. Bonner and Mr. and Mrs, Pate orj!he government along theCCulf who .had home been by Mr spending Sterl Courtney several t 1
Mra. L. S. Hutto 4n Cove Coast.
Jacksonville. Sunday. Ga/ssett were Green
e Crews visitors to Gainesville ,,
r were ? days in Crescent City with her relatives 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Springs Sunday 1ng Mr. Im {
Thursday afternoon. Pennlngton Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Davenport C -
KMt. and Mrs H. H.Young spent of Havre-de-Grave Md., were Profs and Mrs Leon A., Gray, bach's father C. A. Imbach. We now have old age pensions in and while there they visited r j
ursday In Jacksonville. Attorney Hal Y. Mains of Lake guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs Hal Hoffman Mrs. D. P. Car- twenty-five states. beautiful Middleton Azalea P.
Misses Rosalind Jacobs and Es- the
Butler was a professional visitor G. Halle. penter and MfeJ1:;T..Long spent
3i Saturday in Jacksonville. telle Kendrlck will spend the,weekI I A.new weather observatory has Gardens
T. here afternoon.L. ,
3y J. Qulgley spent Friday
and Mrs. ,
Mr Misses Madge and Hazel Middle- end in Gainesville with friends and I been erected on the summit of Us-
Mne day In Jacksonville. : Gainesville will attend the R. O. T. C. militaryball pallata Pass, 12.500 feet In the ,
R. Waters and T. W. Markeyof ton, Annie Mae Pearce and Rosalind Mrs. 3. AT Taylor'of I up
4U. Jacobs spent Saturday' In spent several days here this week at the.University of.Florida. Andes Mountains.
J-: W Surrency of Brooker Brooker were business visitors GULF CLEANING
|Mrs. .
U.n Jacksonville. ,with her son and daughter-in-law, T
s visitor here Tuesday.! here Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Taylor. Mr, and Mrs. T. J.: : Griffin. Miss I .Copper sheeting la being employed I '

Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere Annie Darby Mrs. N. T. Ritch and ..foe:book covering where library I FLUID ,
LaWtey' L. R. and C. J. Crews of
of wan a Galney
4 Moore
W. F. in Macclenny Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs.'P. G. Pugs of Atlanta I Miss Gloria Johns were guests Sunday volumes are likely to be subjected I 8 1 ,,4i,4is
the Brooker section
here Saturday. were attending'to :
Ulness visitor
1.at 1.h business here Tuesday. noon attending the funeral of :Mrs. Ga., were guests last Thurs I, of Mrs. Harry Darby and family to bard usage.I Removes Dirt and Grease "
atIndlng Tate Powell, Sr. day of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley in Lake City ,
Reddish of Lawtey was ,
V. R. ;
to business here Saturday. Repre tentative and Mrs. C. C. Davie,- and Misses Virginia. and Katie Fu- Mr and Mrs. Joseph Rigger of Spots 4
AM NOWBooking
Butler of Lake Butler were visitors Mrs. L. Mrs. E. S. ,gate. Patterson, N. :J., and Col. and Mrs.
Matthews, Mrs. L. D. Vining, and i From the Most Delicate
Welles of New York
\\W. Hicks of Hampton was at- here Saturday afternoon. Stump .are
B.
0 n to business here Saturday. Miss Ruby Kilpatrlck spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson and spending the week-end in Starke ( Order '
indlng at Glen St..Mary. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Inman at- Fabrics tII '
Judge A. V. Long* and daughter, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stump, en
It A Durden of Monttcello was Miss Anne, of Gainesville were .visitors tended the baccalaureate sermon at route from Miami to their homes. For 0. C. WALLER Improved Without the Slightest'' r
A. Mrs. Olin W. White and daughters Lawtey Junior: High School Sun- Western
to business here Tuesday. here Friday afternoon.Mr. Missionary strawberry
1 tending Misses Etholtn and Dorothy, day evening.Mrs. Mrs. O. P. Hutto left Sunday for Phut to. Harm d
and Mrs. O. W Alderman spent her home In Orangeburg, S. C., aft-
of Lawtey was and Mrs. T. Elmore of i
George F. Young I Tuesday in Jacksonville. Leah Stevens and daughter, er a two months' visit here with See Me For SPECIAL PRICES
to business here Friday. Gainesville were guests Sunday of
tending Mrs. Dell of her and Mr.
Aycock Tampa wel'obere son daughter-in-law. MITCHELL'SDrug
Mr. and Mrs*W. B. Mundy, Jr.
f Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs. Thel- the first of the week visiting and Mrs L. S. Hutto. She was accompanied D. W. Moore
J L. Matthews of Alachua was a Mr. and Mrsr A."B. Surrency of ma Steele and children of Gainesville Mrs. Steven's Jfclateri< and brother, as far as Jacksonvilleby Store
Blneas visitor to Starke Tuesday. Brooker spent Monday Starke spent Sunday in Starke with Mrs.W:H. Struth. and A. H. Green, Mr. Hutto and daughter, Miss 8TAUKE FLORIDA ,yISi ,
with Mr. anl\-Mrs..PJII.: ; Barefoot Mr. and Mrs. J'. B. Sapp. and families. \ Edna.
I Miss Ina Forsyth of Jacksonville ,. .
las visiting friends in Starke Sat- ..:

day.
'

Thursday Willie-Ray afternoon Lewis of with Jasper friends spent In NEUMANN'S! Best Creamery

tarke. SaCadW Tip Top Grocery |


;rcws State's spent Attorney Wednesday and Mrs.In .Jack-A. S. B UTTTER


kmville. *V STARKE FLORIDASpecials Country Roll or

Charles Imbach is spending the ........_ ,

veek In Green Cove Springs on : i/4-Lb. Prints d

uslness. Friday Saturday March 2-3
,
William E. Converse of Highland H ,11m' Best Foods Pound d 25c
as attending to business in Starke e s or I .


aturclay. Z. %-Pint 15c .,. Price Tall canFruitsf.. for Salad 2 for 25c -
Judge and Mrs. A. : 'Adklns MAYONNAISE, ___,_1 _____ _


,Thursday'ere visitors. to Gainesville ,last MAYONNAISE, 1 Pint:__,___,,_____25c Lb Saltine Crackers, 1-Lb. Box 12/cVanilla Good HeavyBROOMS '{J


A. B. Shaw of Gainesville was a SALAD DRESSING, Pint___________17c .

prominent visitor here Wednesday ISc Wafers 1-Lb. Box 15c Each ....,.__ _25cFresh
ifternoon. 30c --- "-
SALAD 'DRESSING, Quart_________ ,

A. F. Sauls of -Defray Beach ,
.pent the week-end in Starke with
ils family. Navy or Northern
Fruit and
Thomas E. Oldham of Jacksonville Vegetables BEANS, Lb. ______5c
prominent naval stores operitor BELL BREAD hasMore

,Friday.was attending to business Large LETTUCE, Head ______7>/ SFr
ere 'A Baby Limas or ,ChiliBEANS ,

Miss Fenella Snyder is enjoying I BANANAS, 4 Pounds________15c \
4 Lbs..2Sc
with Miss foodaln > ,
i visit In Jacksonville
.Lillian Garrls. < Yellow, ONIONS, Pound _______4c
s,
Col. Joe Hill Williams- of Lake Best Jumbo CELERY, Each___7%'c Black Eyed


lere Sutler Saturday.was a .professional visitor "; BECAUSE IT'S- Large ORANGES, Dozen ______5c PEAS, Pound _____5c

Mrs. David Silcox and Miss Thel- / Winesap APPLES, Dozen_____19c '
/

n m Jacksonville.Mr.Silcox spent. Saturday shopping ,i "' a TOMATO JUICE, Can. ,_______Sc Pure, Fresh Ground .

Enriched with Natures own Vitamin B COFFEE 2 Lbs.__2Sc
:a
POTATOES 10 Pounds 25c ,
and Mrs.L..' G. Powell and _____ :.
Mrs. George B. .:Flynn/ spent Fridayn 2-99% richer in vital minerals :
Jacksonville.

3-Made with more milk,' richer milk All Hours COFFEE, Pound. _____ .19c ---- f

GENT[I A woRCOLUMN .4-Baked for quick assimilation ;,

Baker's COCOA, 7z"Lb.: Can. ____,. lOc

,* .t
WANTED-Man to farm my placeat Post Bran FLAKES: 2 Packages19c

Crosby Lake Aubrey Frink. TT nukes;a real difference to chil- 7 a
FLAKES 2 P
Grapenut age..19c.
SEED PEANUTS Fordhook Lima .1 dren,which) bread they eat. Bell g 4t'

Hardware Beans, &our Furniture specialty.Co.- Starke 1.18tf'OR *: Bread, :.with its more food value Sliced PINEAPPLE, DelMonte No. 2 Can____...14c W.ax ';f I'
-;; P;>g. helps them1 grow and helps make :

SALE-Tomato plants. readyto .their bones strong,their teeth sound '" Crushed PINEAPPLE Buff Cans, 2 for________ISc
set $1.50 per thousand. See and their bodies .
.sturdy. ;
I S.!: R. Bower at Canova Pharmacy./ All these?things have been proved r __ Table PEACHES 2 No. 2 yj Cans-,: : _____________27c Pound --- .;.. _*..27c 4

FINE, large Jersey bull for sale or by scientific experiment to be the :
exchange for' younp:' heifers; direct result of the extra health Hand PackedTOMATOES NorthfieldMILK lOc Size

nallch goats, freshen In :March; into Bell Bread. '
benefits
we put
I.white Pattee gold, Rt.ring 2., diamond set. 1 It<. No wonder careful mothers insist I CHI'I'' PSO '

WANTED:_ this -' on Bell thousand order bread! No '"yy 3 No. 2 Cans, -25c 3 Tall Cans__. 17c 2 Packages __-< 13c ai
alligators to'x
-Baby f wonder of families s 4F}
year's hatch. Advise quantity its rich delicious
day are enjoying
rou can supply immediately. E. A.
Martin Seed Co., Jacksonville,, Fla. goodness at every meal! It makes 6Lb 12Lb, 24 Lbs_ :
tf grand toast. Self Rising

For the sake of those you care for, FLOUR

FOR Wakefleld SALECabbage.Succession and plants Flat try Bell Bread,today! It's fresh at Snowdrift. l7e 47c 87c

Dutch, 13o per 100 $1,,per 1,000. your grocer's every morning. i. '. .
Onion sets later. A..'J. Griff. P..
Starke, Florida., 11-24tt, %; f NOTE TO DOCTORS AS
ATSUMA. frees, rose 'n Vitamin B Works Wondtri withVmttrwttgkt
Orange CAiUrt* O. K SOAP SALT. MATCHES
bushes and other nursery stock ntY
from Glen Saint Mary Nursery.See The seriousness and widespread prer 5 For lOc 3 Packages lOc 2 Packages_._ 1S"sJeaC8 C
-- ------ ? -- --
Aubrey Frisk troD Madison St: ,: of Vitamin B deficiency ia now '

Starke. Fla. 2-94t3-2| | generally 46 underweight recognized.school Experiment children ia with Berkeley Toilet Paper 3 roUa' __lie, .Pent Nut OLEO Lb. lOcPalmollve Black PEPPER 4-02. can lOc

GARDEN[ and FIELD.SEEDS at California, bowed that, whentfaey Yellow Corn 100lbs $1.65 i SOAP. Each 5c SPINACH No. 2 Can_____lOc
White' Store. Fordhook and were. given bread enriched with j
Henderson's bush limas, also'o' Vitamin B, they registered marked improvement 'SHORTS 100 lbs.l.6.-; '''Camay SOAP, Bar--- 5e StrlagltHm BMUM., 8 N(). :2 cans ISo
Jtrlnglesa bean seed. A variety of in appetite) and growth and ,
corn, Get our attained normal weight. Full Scratch FEED 100 IN*. S2.00. NEW 45c "
peas and 'peanut IF GIVES THEM quickly SYRUP, Gallon .._____ ",
prices. 8-2StS-16| | seven on_ request. TOBACCO :9 Ping__ __%8oHNfTFF. '

STRAWBERRY 1'L ANT8'S1,- VITAMIN B as S C n.------_ZSo LARD, 3 Pounds..___ ________23c
000,000 Missionary. aDA ;, IIaIt** '1 S
more at $2.00 per 1.000 $.... pet '
1,000. Prompt sblpment. of J1I&I', r., uC o MAKE MAYONNAISE
steed true to name state certified -. SUGAR
Isease free,new land plant);Place
< THE NEW 2 MINUTE I WAY
>rders :
with Brownie Bros. CorresPOndence + 10 Pounds 45c
i aolicited. C. S. Perdue > .
Nurseryman' i / .. mf r' F c-..... ..,......,..
Bhowell.- Md. J ....._4ul k ml..r.Wb'ole' .
:X-19-12t-4- III.' e.. ., W.MOB Cl
.r am. 0".-'"..,....
BUNTING'S MISSION-
fKLECT
*
ARY STRAWBERRY' PLANTS IAN h m. .,
RICEPound.I
8S'
Grown on th? famous Eastern VAIUI /Ok_ i;
i shore ot Maryland'and Delaware 9)
tr
:
-Pre jof and insects. (*, h .: _22c f
Special price $2.(O Per 1.000 plus
r!prem. Place' 'pp..Stark, FI;- 'or write Bunt-. '..26e
1 Nurseries,' ,Inc., Selbyvllle,
7 Delaware ?, .


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1 ; News of Florida In Short

, ,r Conducted by Demonstration Agents I I ;l/A4S: : t y y1 Paragraphs


.... 1.1': h. IIII AS PLINT L _- uaa-: Jl _
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: I Corn Varieties Which e 'Y MINE WORKER KILLED!: I FIRE AT BELLE ULADI i
RURAL Owr STATeS BARTOW Accidental contact BELLE CLADE-nre.
3 Produce High Yields between a battery, caps and quantity from a hot water heater In .I.I
COMMON SENSEBy 1 of dynamite he was carrying, [bet' shop badly damaged ;;

JOHNSON Suggested For State IN4S PSC//GD was believed to have set off an explosion buildings here last week Ihrtt

SPUDS ____A I BYI7.va.a4 FLO iQ/Q4, y which killed John Blucher time threatened an entire and bll8lnllt for,

GAINESVILLE-By using good p.eGC/NCrf Smith oiler on a drag-line at Phoa- block. Volunteers, assisted I
by
,,1 YT $ RAPID ADVANCEMENT seed of high yielding varieties of mlco mine near here. fire equipment from Pahokee lilt
> IN STATE'S LIVESTOCK adapted corn, it Is possible for r ,f ?ty'r' 1 down the flames after n*
) they
? INDUSTRY IS IMMINENTFlorida's Florida farmers to increase their r TRUCK LAW ILLEGAL done an estimated, $6,000 worthy ba4

y ? average yields of this crop at no TALLAHASSEE Supreme damage. None of the
is buUdtnp
4r livestock industry That on great expense, says Fred H. Hull, Court has held that as act cf the were insured.
the threshold 1 of development. associate agronomist with the Agricultural
4 i made 1933 Legislature seeking to limit -
significant advances will be Station.
Experiment
the weight of common car GIRLS WANT
in this ancient and fundamental industry gross MORE LIGHT ,
While the corn acreage adjustment rier truck to 18,000 pounds was not TALLAHASSEE FXuJ
Sunshine State is indicated The
of the '
k
tM of the United States Department r
program effective because it did not specifically beau student
.kc 5e. on all sides. Not since publication of pw
of to
tin'', 1i livestock were brought to Florida Agriculture applies amend or repeal a 1931 act Ida State College for Women, taj.
settlers hal Florida the average production per limiting the gross weight to 24.000 ed back to the faculty commlittion
qr by the early Spanish
acre is low and could well be in .
vv,4, the outlook for rapid improvement creased." ; pounds. student affairs In Its current U.

of business appeared so favorable The experiment station has test sue because a petition for reviiio<

1j as at present. ed many varieties of corn In differ- .h IIARDEE BEHIND LAST YEAR of the "light cut" system was rj.

'. The fever tick Is being eradi- ent sections of Florida for yielding WAUCHULA-Hardee County's jected. At present, lights In tit
cated. Assistance from the Civil ability quality and weevil resistance s. strawberry crop has passed the two college dormitories are "cut" it
Works Administration Is hastening he says. In practically all MPS million pint mark but it Is still 10:30: p.m. The Flambeau said!hit
t: the demise of this pest the eradication tests Whatley Prolific has been a about a million pints behind that "is too suggestive of kindergarten

of which has been pushed by consistent leader In yield, with Kll- '\ of a year ago records compiledhere days to develop responsibility."
n the United States Department oft gore Red Cob Prolific a close sec .;: reveal. During: the week ending -

,Agriculture and the State Live ond. As a rule, the prolific types ALACJlU Thursday 624,861 pints were NO SCOTCH TOURISTSTALLAHASSEEFlorida's ,
Stock Sanitary Board. It now appears have yielded about one-fourth more COUNTY Y "f )t h shipped and the total through win.
,1 k possible that Florida wUl be tha nthe single-eared typts. These Y 4 Wednesday night stood at 1,969,212 ter visitors are spending $7,500,005, >>
declared entirely tick-free In 1935..1 two prolific varieties however are ?lO.eIOW A a Myp'' r pints.> dally, State Hotel Commissioner i

A start already has been maae the only ones which show slfflclent wA ,mw B. Sullivan estimated today. For
tn bringing better breeding animalsto resistance to weevils to make them 4 GRAY OPPOSES ADKINS the season they will spend a quay

the state, and with the eradication worthy of recommendation. PES/DFNr/AL ; v w""e GAINESVILLEHenry L. Gray, ter of a billion, or more, he salt
i of the tick this work should Whatley Prolific also produces SQ'OVA'iCi iV local attorney and junior partnerof He estimated there are 1,500,0001, >>

; progress rapidly. Purebred bulls of good yields of silage, says Mr. HulL -S. ) the law firm of Layton and tourists the state "Winter visl.
various breeds crossed with native If a grower plans to control weevils / 1 Gray, has announced that he will tore will spend $250,000,000 or
''vv '' t, cows will result In notable improvement in the stored corn, these two yM ?..r be a candidate for the office of more this season" he said in a tele.
;, In the quality of the salt prolific varieties are recommended .+'-g' w '. '\ state's attorney of the Eighth Judicial gram from West Palm Bead I
e .
; ; crop, and the grade of meat being for Florida If weevil control la not Circuit subject to the June where he stopped on a tour of Inspection .
i put on the market. This has been planned however corn of these of hotel facilities
A small Florida democratic primaries. J. C. Ad-
precinct ARCHER Florida
that tow
demonstrated time and .. I"lya ballots separated
again. two
varieties should be fed out before -
kIDs the will be
Incumbent a candidate
When the country Is tick-free, the warm days of spring when NUMBER 2, once decided a presidency of the totals between the presidential candl- for re-election., WEALTHY NEGRO DEAD
2 more purebred bulls will be the weevils become active. Tisdale the United States! In 1876 daring the :dates. The count of the vots i. the -- -- -- MIAMI-W. Davis, a Miami negro -

s, brought in and placed on ranges and Dubose are better for keeping great presidential contest between Hayes rArcher precinct decided the state electx SHOLTZ FIGHTS HIKERSTALLAHASSEE landlord of about 150 families\

u w and pastures. through the spring when weevilsare and Tilden it Florida's.which in turn derided the nati l elec. -A proclama- had always been considered fairly
found that
+ The Agricultural Experiment not controlled. Both are single- was The controversy arising; from this lon urging: motorists to cease giving well-to-do by white persona who |
+' I, Station at Gainesville is conducting eared types. Tisdale is recommended four electoral votes would awing the na- situation became one of tho historical free rides to hitch-hikers and knew him through business deal. ,

extensive tests with beef cattle. In for the better corn lands of tional election I So close was the'vote in highlights of American politics. calling upon municipal officials to Ings, despite his protestations that
a few years these should produce .North and West Florida, .and Du co-operate with state and Federal taxes took all his money. Davit |
1' Information of much value to the bose for Central Florida. transient service by turning hitchhikers died the other day. Probate officials
t', Industry. The Agricultural Extension Of the yellow varieties, Wilson 1 Use Of More Florida with and that will show a nice over to transient bureaus and Davis' relatives, seeking I
0 p Service, State Live Stock Yellow Dent Is preferred by Mr. Hints To Housewives profit" he saidRegarding rather than placing them in jail has a safety deposit box key, opened an '
Board and other agencies are encouraging Hull, as a result of Its showing in Grown Strawberries a broiler house Mr. been issued by Governor Sholtz. old safe in the negro's home.

tit the development of better yield tests.Small Smith said that almost any house The Governor said the state, cooperating Imagine their amazement when
+ .. Urged Home Folks from Home .
Weekly Demonstration
q livestock. Most important of :.which can be kept at an even tem. with the Federal government they opened a tin box in the safe
all. the cattlemen themselves are Are Not ..- Specialists, Tallahassee .perature will do for brooding pur has set up a chain of relief and out spilled 73875.82 In cash
;, taking the lead in this work. Economical GAINESVILLE Greater con poses. He suggested that not over agencies in Florida to take came of and bills.

Permanent pastures are being Pulpwood sumption by Florida people of: DELIGHTFUL WAYS OF 330 chicks be placed In any brooder the peculiar needs of transient unemployed -

y established on an enlarged scale strawberries produced In the stat SERVING FLORIDA'S house, regardless of size and that and he feels that the public TEN NOMINATED
and more feed crops are being The waste Involved In cutting will be of direct benefit alike to FRESII STRAWBERRIES the chicks be not crowded., The should not aid these persons in TALLAHASSEE;-The time for
small trees for
Nutritional and other pulpwood la shownin truck farmers and business men, battery brooder will handle chicks continuing! their wandering life.
grown. making nominations for award of a
a recent study made by the the ThIs Is Strawberry Week in FlorIda .
Agricultural Extension Service '
for the first two
tI troubles which formerly beset the nicely weeks but medal offered to the Floridian who
1 Industry are being overcome. Southern Forest Experiment Station points out In urging widespread observance and quantities of these delicious they should not be kept there longer CWA CUTS CONTINUE contributed most to law enforce-
of the United States Depart of Florida Strawberry berries are available at reasonable he said. The tools used in clean. TALLAHASSEE] A week-end ment in
Altogether, it seems likely that ment of Agriculture.: In thinninga Week February 26 to March 3. prices. It Is fitting that 1933 ended Feb. 24 with
ing the laying house should not be order chopping another 20,000 men ten
'. the la when Florida names before Attorney General
a' day approaching second-growth stand of loblollyand Florida citizens should join in the
"Strawberries
r heretofore have used in cleaning the broder house, oft Florida's CWA quota presented
restaurants will take down shortleaf pines in north central been plan to use more of the state's Cary D. Landis. The recommended
grown in Florida principally; own he cautioned. a problem in mathematics to state
L their signs reading; "We serve only Louisiana, the cutters found that for production of strawberries. The for the award are Mrs. W.
shipment to northern markets The brooder
should this
be located
headquarters
week. Meanwhile
''Western meats" and replace them trees four inches in diameter on' range F.-Cross, of Miami; Dan Hardie, of
at
following
? said A. P. Spencer vice-director of suggestions using for
the
as as possible from the in
program some counties Miami
with others which "STOP ; Vernon Hawthorne, of Miami
proclaim breast height yielded an average of the extension service. "Demand in strawberries fresh are offered by; laying nock he said, and ample was virtually at a standstill as
W .ANYWHERE IN, FLORIDA AND only one billet, and 178 of these I the chief consuming centers gov the State Home Demonstration Department housing room and plenty of clean engineers and statisticians workedto ; C. B. Pearson, of Sarasota;
GET A GOOD NATIVE STEAK." Edgar Dunn, of St. Petersburg; F.
four-Inch trees were required to ;ems the prices {paid to farmers. The ; range should be provided for the bring projects,within new limitations C. McKenzie
s of West Beach
Palm
make a cord of pulpwood. In a I figures vary from day to day, Fruit Cup growing chicks. Mr. Smith stocks of available men and work Robert ;
A new invisible, ray, which inpg'sases seven-Inch tree there were seven I speedily reflecting either shortageor Equal parts of strawberries about to 223 pullets to the acre on ing hours. The new reduction is W. Milburn, of West PaintBeach
r by twenty times the distance billets and 18.7 trees and ;; J. C. Adkina of Gainesville;
only were grapefruit Strawberries
excess in the valaible supply. orange. his farm.: effective next Friday. It follows
over which the human eye required to make a cord. A two- ."While the current crop la below capped and cut in half grapefruit By following a system of strict the slash of 30,000 employes made J.late R.C.Kelley of Madison and the

L & can see, and is equally efficient man crew took more than twice normal ruling figures on berries and orange taken from skin sanitation, Mr 'Smith avoids diseases last Friday, and came as a jolting B. Parkblll. of Tampa.

Q fog, has been tested in England. the time to cut a cord from the have been too low for the average In sections. Mix and squeeze over and parasites, such a coccl- surprise here because the previously Fresh Florida or

k NOTICBI OF ADOPTION four-inch trees that it required to grower to make money. Adverse ,. the top the Juice of one lemon, dlosla and worms which are the announced schedule was to layoff exceed in value products those from equal any-
!. the Clvvalt Car .( ta. Tw...".- cut a cord from the seven-inch weather conditions prevailing for serve In tall glasses sprinkled with bane of poultry brooding In numer- CWA forces at a rate of ten where both
else and their aids
Ixth ......... Cl..lt .( Florida much of the time since the first of powdered sugar, cover the top with ,Instances. percent> weekly use
M !. ... *.r Bradford CMr trees.Waste Florida farms and businesses
THB STATE) OV FLORIDA! of both material and time the year have combined with the crushed Ice,' garnish with mint _
il, Notice te hereby. givee that on the14th may be avoided if only trees whichare effects of the economic depression .loaves It is Important that the ingredients
day of February, A D. 1114, at at least six inches In diameterare In : used in this dish
shouldbe
8:00: o'clock P. M., or a* Boon thereafter ,lessening the demand' for the LOOK HERE-FRIENDS!
a. can be heard. the under- utilized, the station reports. Asa product, In comparison with pre very cold before they are mixed. ;
'Y signed. Intend to apply to Honorable.A. result of the removal of the larger vious periods. The amount of ice used over the
Z. Adkln. Judge of the Circuit
'f Court of the Twenty-elxth Judicial trees the smaller ones left will "Diversion of strawberries Into top Is not sufficient to chilL,
Circuit of Vlorlda, In and for Bradford have and their rate of home Strawberry Ice
f more room consumption In substantial
Coutiiy at hie office In Stark.,
'4oFlorida, or wherever he may then' be, growth will Increase. quantities, during the week of February Use two cupa water 4 two cups DOLLAR SAVING Of PER!
y si for'la-ned an to order adopt authorlilns France' ;Alderman the under, a i i 26''to March 3 and later, strawberry juice, one cup of orange
x, nunor. There are about 000,000,000 apple would mean advances In the prices juice, one-half cup lemon juice.and
INA WHITE trees In the world, onefourthof paid at the North for the remainder two cups sugar. _

l-165t3-IJ| | OEO. c, WH Tm. them In the United States. of the output ripening then. Crush strawberries through a colander By Special. ArrIIIw..nta with the li.sading Magazines off the
and mix with and
Farmers who receive more orange
..... money Country Wo Brine Vow the
.i -WUUftU- t urn right around and spend lemon juices. Put sugar and water Bluest Bargain of All Time .

June most of it In local stores,. thereby together and bring to a boiL Mix Subscriptions To 3 Famous...Macazmos. with A New or Renewal
Fort LEON A. GRAY helping nearly all lines of business all ingredients and when cool, Order for This Nowspapor.
"If Florida folks learned to eat freeze.

,,t more home-raised strawberries Fruit Drink ALL 4 ON LY
The Friend of the People-The Children's Candidate truck farmers would be encouragedto Take two cups orange Juice, one MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB
grow them later in the season cup lemon juice.one pint tea infusion
FOR REPRESENTATIVEFrom than Is feasible when the crops are one quart strawberry Juice, CHOOSE r5'',
for shipment out of the state. In two cups sugar and'one cup water.
Bradford County to the Florida Legislature extensive areas, the fruit can be This recipe makes.." sufficient 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ 00

HE IS NOT ON THE FENCE kept coming on well Into the late amount to serve fifty cups. The 2 Magazines From Group "B"
eprlng'or early summer, while In tea used as a base for fruit drink J
other sections a' be brings out the flavor of all the And
production en
Roads
lie Stands For: Better Schools, Better !!!,
;' Lower Taxes, Repeal of Useless Laws, Development of begun the: berries In the is fall at hand If an" Mr.outlet Spencer for- order Juices to that make are it combined sparkling
Florida Industries Insured Bank Deposits, and a Hard, further explained. a good flavor the tea should be ?'
%' Surfaced Road to the State Farm. Co-operation of the Agricultural freshly made by pouring boiling
kk Leon A. Gray Is in the to He will not water over the leavea in .
race stay. {Extension Service at the University a proportion Your Choice of Any One Y
fall the children, the schools, or the people who want a of Florida with other state of two teaspoonfuls tea leaves Magazine in This Group Your Choice of Any Two I

better tomorrow. He is not just playing politics. He agencies in promoting Strawberry to one pint of water. Magazines This.Group

will work for as Rood schools for the rural child as for Week aa a part of the "Featuring In.' GROUP A. d GROUP '

w: the city child. lie will work for as good teachers andas Florida Foods" program launchedby Success ,Chick I Q MeCaffs M.p-'-. ;''Yr. O Bctttr Homa V

good pay for teachers of rural schools as for teachers Governor through Sholts the ,distribution is to be extended of Brooding Requires C HctetisI Wemsa'a..Home...u Coal; I Yr.D _J Woman1 Gardens World .. e 1 I Wr
Y e
in city schools. He has worked where this is done. lie r.
information concerning the fruit Rigid Sanitation C Household MafftdM 1
0 Screen Play'! C e fr
=. :...1 Yr.
I Is fair and square. Leon A. Gray has a definite platform over radio and through other chan D Hollywood Made ..1 Yr P Nccdlecraft. ,. e 1 yr
q; and he does not have to resort to a whispering nels. Home demonstration agents GAINESVILLE--t The handling C Opea.... (BoJa---.a.g Yr. Good Stories a I Yf

campaign in order to gain votes. He believes in the will furnish recipes for using berries of chicks during the first five C Paheedst (WIdo.a Yr. Home Parmfni 2 1 JII

same pay for teachers of the same training no matter In a number of attractive months of their lives Is importantfor ij1CountI'Y"Farmer ,::1 yfd1

what grade or in what school they teach. <. forms, including a.variety of short success In poultry raising:, declared 1lrelrern! f d 4:1.'re AgriculturZit .JII,.
Leon A. Gray favors laws to encourage Industriesin cakes and several! palatable pies. Henry F. Smith of Nassau : rick /Any OM

Florida and the improvement of marketing facilities.. I County, himself! a most successful ''rJUII> 1M ALLt!4f'.J.',' Mazazfss <", Group A,
THREE
WALL
..a He believes in a modified public works program for STOP ATVIOLA'S I brooder of chicks.: In speaking
about successful 'chick
Florida to bridge the when the CWA is broodingover .
gap program WRUF recently Mr. Smith T "-
;
F P
.HJ' R I l /
withdrawn. lie believes in a planned economy, and the put> 7.60O chicks under the brooder ,...t < Oaiiaasi_ aI
l
i, word of experts taken in educational and other matters. I last season, and his losses were
He is in accord with Governor Sholtz's ""Use Florida Fe 4 only about five or six per cent. islets..1.pi.. s.ad me tie dine as..ga kes

Products" campaign and he believes in "Trade at Good Sandwiches Allowing the chicks plenty of There are no strings attached to this I keeked wid! a ;ire .., .u..,..a a ;real .wepspe.
Home." a" I room In the bt coder bouse and providing offerl' Every magazine sakecription

+; Your Confidence la Merited-Your Vote Will Be ICE COLD BEERAsk clean ground on which theyrange will be filled exactly as ,zpramt d. I 1'1'' ...._ _ _ __
Appreciated. Respectfully For Oar Price en Case were two points stressed by
]Ur.. Smith as being If any of eltbaatpdals
absolutely essential your aee re-g
LEON A. GRAY, Principal AdJ.1.1- ...... ? kP.D _
Bradford County High School, Starke, Fla. Sinclair Service Station ng. "Good to success chicks: in clean chick ground brood- newals the tine,will be property ..

Where, T_ 0.. .Vaeir a mm a" tended M '
"aT.Tn'". wad rigid sanitation will produce TWmi and SUM.PAGII .
Irda' that are a pleasure to work {


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MARCH t, lOSt i
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BRADFORD COUNTY
TKUCORAPH. 8TAJRKK.FLORIDA rAGE SKVEtT .

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NOTICH TO APPIOAft ant, Charlotte Blxler. Rhoads, appear ')0"J", "';'( : \
In the name of the Stats of Florida: to the BUI of Complaint on the 2nd (
I IA It appearing. by affidavit filed In day of April A. D. 1D34. otherwise a> d IJ .
koJ I + Do You Know? + I IJ Court that certain Twrnty-Hlxth cause Judicial In the CircuitIn Circuit again decree. further pro "ont....!) will be entered '.' ,! '

_4 t and for Bradford County, Florida. it I. : '! ,
In Chancery, entitled Horace. Lorimer order. be published once a week for >, 1'
Ithnadcm. complainant, vs Charlotte four eonsecutlvo weeks In the Brad f ii" I'
Hlxler Uhoa..I..... defendant, and the ford County Telegraph, a newspaperof : II i 1'1' !I. ,
ami
litalags unto feet light mto atk :
my a -Puln 119105. .
Thy Nor KJ p : roller prayed for lielnnc s divorce; a-eneral circulation published I i I.
that th. defendant Is a resident. of a Bradford County, Florida.Witness / ;
I1Ad3PIIuu? All religious teaching, doctrine or LETTER OF PARAGRAPHS NAMsi State or Country other than Florida my: hand and the official .J ,I '
., jitmDx' 11 creed, if they are to have claim ,t t M to-wit the City of Long Island Stateof seal of said Court this the 7th day of I J {/
any New York, and Is February ( :
,
and devotion :
loyalty of the ) ,
Editor
n the love, people must be in harmony with Telegraph: twenty-otis years: and that there I. A. J. THOMAS ,. .
teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevicehe By way of varying the monot- a' : no person In the State of Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court ;
: human heart and of whom it WM said In bun 7146: ,"NEVER MAN ony, or giving your readers A New service upon whom would personally Bradford County, Florida. '1 (,
"
bind said defendant.IT t '
THIS Q. PATTHJN. '
LIKE MAN. *
< ,
BAKE Deal," we will submit a few para- IS OnufimiCD.: that the defend.I Solicitor for Complainant. }G. J.. ;,
Pastors of Bradford' and Union counties are Invited to use this de- graphs. So here we go: ". .:.I
acnt for new of church activities, organization and announcenta. Since 3,02 beer has brought pros- W Gy
to2Oli Space freely given and no charge. made-the- only requirement perity (T), and "repeal" has y
' that such item reach this office before Wednesday morning
at brought sobriety and temperance -
Y fbbbaa vise they cannot be bandied for current Issue. \ >n /
( ?), and cigarettes has quieted -

I the "nerves" of all the worth- +

: EKE CHURCH DIRECTORY drinking, and they say, He bath a while dudes and dudelnes, or "du-

i devil. The Son of Man come eating dettes" (1)), and licentious books Strawberry Pickers'TICKETS '

top" First Baptist Church !and drinking, and they say, Behold and "nude shows" have cleansedthe vt' yxr ?Q, .
jtev. J. Johnson, pastor. I a man glutonous, and wlneblbbler, mind ( ?) of the American citi- l\ ,

unday School-10:00 A. M. a friend of publicans and sinners. zenry of all carnal and lecherous i\ ;t

ilorning W01'llhlp--ll:00: A. M. But wisdom Is Justified of her chil thoughts (1)), pray tell us what is

kn., Y. p. U.-6:30: P. M.venlug dren." left for all earnest lovers of humanity -

rtesrga Worship-7:30: P. M. Those illustrations refer to In general, and the preachers -

I cordial Invitation extended to games of children playing, first as in particular to do? What can

tits [there services. at a wedding\ and then at a funeral. we do? w J qty ;i
itbisiy It seems that the above named
It is difficult to understand the
Methoaist Church words, "Wisdom is Justified by her things have usurped the work of ; ,

eve B. M. Montgomery, Pastor, children." They probably mean all true gospel preachers. That la, Per Thousand25c
unday School, 10 a.m. that the words of John the Baptist if the advocates and defenders of $2.00

'drtd Klornlng worship at 11:00: a.m. and of Jesus are vindicated by the these things have told the truth. 'VFt.\u ljttit
oung People's Meeting::30 results of their teaching. Therefore, It seems ((1)) that no

lit When Jesus spoke a prayer in one should object to the President Each Additional
7:30 P. M. which disbanding all Sunday Schools (and ChangeAt
pvenlng Worship- He clearly claims to be the v"ate', ieztz
Son of God: "At that time Jesus recommending that the students

Presbyterian Church answered and said, I thank thee, 0 attend the Sunday movies), tear Ali

v1.OOe. :ev. George H. Lowry, Minister Father, Lord of heaven and earth, down the churches and silence the i
irvicea next Sunday as follows: because thou hast hid these things preachers, and thus be "In full fel- TheBradford .

r J, 0:00 A. M.-, .Sunday School, T. from the wise and prudent, and lowship and good standing" with tFra.ret"ia
Frlu Williams, acting superintendent. hast revealed them unto babes. Soviet Russia which our govern- l

1:00 A. M.-Morning Worship: Even 10, Father; for so it seems ment recently,recognized. If not
aiaOOG mon by the pastor, "The.Word good In thy sight. All things are why not? C.aW. Rdr..l Rdlshi

the Cross." delivered unto me of my father: Three cheers for Senator Glass! THAT one of the great difficulties and dangers of a loaa'nfl' drjve., la. *' County

''Id.or ::30 P. M.-Christian Endeavor; and no man knoweth the Son, but We hail him as a great little man! ? These jama are caussd when logs become wedged again**; .
de, "Jesus In Poetry"; lessont the Father: neither knoweth any We admire his sincerity and cour- rook op other obttruetloiia. Other. log pile up behind until finally a,
barrier i* caused by the piling up of thousand of log In this. fashion'
Ie.In. Rev... :9:11-14.: Special program man the Father, save the Son, and age. We respect his patriotic fer- and the whole drive la held up. Sometime the Jam can be broken by!
poetry and music; Lucille Mitch- he to whomsoever the Son will reveal vor. Despite being in poor health, the removal of the key log by manual labor, but more often high

leader. Him. and being with a hopeless minorityfor .:xploclv have to be ued. The photograph ahowa...log.Jam being. TelegraphPHONE
7:30: P. M.-Evening Worship; And then Jesus gave to us all ( the present at least), he daredto dynamited In northern Quebec/"' .

ng and sermon.A that great Invitation, "Come unto cast a vote that gave his officea c

cordial Invitation to all our me all :ye that labor and are heavy singular devotion, and marks him the family plot in Woodlawn ceme- I The average horse can exert only

ase4 vices extended to all., laden, and I will give you rest. as a man of Independent thoughtand tery. near Macclenn)'. about three-fourths of a horsepower 29 STARKE FLA.

Take my yoke upon you, and learnof of fearless personality, when Besides her husband and son she ,
rip me: for I am meek and lowly in compared to the herd of "yes men" Is survived by the following! : Her --.-
hoal UNDAY SCHOOL heart; and ye shall find rest unto -the "100 per centers" now In session step-mother, Mrs. Mary Rivers of The word "bicycle" was first

your souls." This word "come" is at the National Capital. Lake Butler; two sisters. Mrs. J. L. used in a patent sixty-four years

ialb LESSON said to be used 642 times in the The times and conditions that Edwards of Ellenton, Florida, and ago. wa,..MYOU'VE
scriptures, and here it has Its most are dominant today, demand that Mrs. John Langford of East st.

kindly meaning.Dr. men use their brains (If they have Louis, Mo.; four brothers, C. F., R.
iI.ag FOR MARCH, 1034 Maclaren says "What Jesus got any) and do some deep, sober F. and L. O. Rivers ot Lake Butler,
aga does Is the best answer to the question thinking, and no mistake. and W. U Rivers of Fort Meade. t

It Subject: Jesus' Testimony Con- as to who He is." The war is on. It Is a battle of Two grandchildren, Ray and Wanda Prices
'tft rnlng Himself. opinions. It is a battle between Sue Powell, also survive. SEEN this statement In

Golden Text: "Come unto me, all I representative government foundedby Mrs. Powell was well known in our ads lately-what does it mean?
i that labor and are heavy laden, jONES Washington, and the Revolu- Starke where she had often visited
id I will give you rest." Matthew BOB tionary Fathers, and Sovietlsm and relatives, and her many friends Simply this: our prices may subject

:28. dictatorship of the Russian type.If sympathize with the bereaved ones go up any moment without warn.. ,
Senator Glass did lose the bat-
Lesson Text: Matthew' -11:2-6: tle and if he should lose every bat- In their sadness. ing because- Already wages ;{
19, 25-30./ to change
tle during the present session ofCongress STARKE CHURCH OF CHRIST
in rubber factories have been
a John the Baptist had been Im-
. (iOMMENTSI. he still deserves the '-
o Isoned by Herod Antipaa, a son ; plaudits of all of his countrymen, K.'Earl Voiles, successful in the raised while rubber and cotton are ; ;
Herod the Great, to whom the without
who still believes in free
a press field of evangelism, both as a If
h Ise men came and who slew the and free speech and a democraticform preacher and singer, has accepted costing more you're goingto u

d lldren of Bethlehem. Antipaa wasIr of government. the work of the local Church of need new tires this Spring, our '
to one-fourth of father's king- Why do I ? Because the notice '
say so Christ. Mr. Voiles, one of the
m, and so was called a tetrarch I believe in old time orthodoxy. laws that are enacted will be better younger ministers of the Church of advice 1st: get them at onceawhole

t r "fourth ru..era" His domain was I believe whatever the Bible says because of having had to standup Christ, has held successful set!

lalllee and Peraea, the latter beinge is so. I know it says that Jesus under the criticism of this un- meetings In several many states.Feeling
part of Palestine to teh east of Christ died for my sins. I know It bulldosable champion of free
gov- the need of rest from this strenuous
ie Jordan, a region in which John says that salvation is by grace ernment.If .
labor he
comes with his mother
ften preached and baptized. This through faith. I know it that
says
i this-. not true, then there is to take the pastorate here.
[erod Antipaa had abandoned his without the shedding of blood thereIs
no worth nor merit in a democratic Mr. Voiles has had considerable GeOOJY EAR
lie' the daughter of the Arabian no remission. I know that this form of that
government, or hope training and experience In music
ing, Aretaa, and had taken as his means that I cannot save myself, Christianity can be the mainstayto and young people's and children'swork. TI
Ife Herodlaa, who was the wife of: but that my hope of salvation is In Improve human
government, by His Bible drills, pageantsand
erod: Philip, her uncle, the elder Jesus Christ. I know that the creating Christian statesmen to i Bible plays have attracted hun.
rother of Herod Antipaa. Antipaa Christian religion dlfferes from all
take the reins of
government. dreds of people to his
:ole Herodlas away from Philip the religions of the world. The religions meetings,
Faithfully yours, sometimes taxing the church houses -
bile he was Philip's guest at' of) the world say "do and W. E. DAUGHERTY. to their
capacity.
ome. It was an act of the deepit -. live." The religion of the Bible 1f
Following is the services an-
treachery, against which Johnie says, "live and do." I know enough MRS. TATE POWELL '
Baptist was compelled to about human nature and about the nounced for Sunday, March:
Bible School at 10 00
reach, and this preaching was processes of the human mind to Mrs.; Tate Powell, :62, of Mac- Playlet by children: and a.m. ,IqB'llT / t,
anished by Antipaa, who seizedhn know that the plan of salvationset clenny died at the home of her son, people. young I

> and shut him up in the forth In the Bible did not originate Tate Powell, Jr., at noon Saturdayfrom and _
loomy: prison palace of Machae- with men. It began in the a heart attack. Morning worship commune
ion, 11:.00 a.m. Sermon, "The Cost
is, east of the Dead Sea. John wisdom. of God. I am sure of this. Mrs. Powell, the former Gwen- of
Discipleship" special mualc.
,ngulshing there in a black dun- e ;
dolyn Rivers, daughter of the late
At 6.30: two Christian Endeavor
p.m.
ion for a year. Our lesson bens I am known as an old time or- Frank Rivers, was born at Lake Societies will be
i "Now when John had beard thodox: preacher, but I have no patience Butler. She, with her husband and organized,
and
a Young People's a Junior.
the prison the works of Christ, with hair splitting ortho- son, who are publishers of the Baker Evening\ services 7:30 o'clock nil
e sent two of his disciples, and! doxy unless that orthodoxy Is fer County Press, have been residents sermon, Special music., flhi1lll!
a ltd unto them, Art thou He that vent. I believe in orthodoxy that of Macclenny for the past GUARANTEED j
Mid-week services, Thursday at _
h lould come, or do we look for anther drives men out to "rescue the per- several years. 7:30: GOODYEAR
?" Ichlng and care for the dying." I Funeral services were held Sunday p.m.More .

Jesus did not answer "Tea" or believe in trusting God like we j jcouldn't afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at theFirst than seventy-five cent SPEEDWAY GUARANTEED
*o," nor did He criticize John for do and per
a thing workinglike
Church In
Baptist Macclenny,
of the women in New Zealand vote.
ibelief, but he said, "Go and we had it all to do. ''I do not ,with Rev. A. Walters, pastor, as- -.----- $ 00 GOODYEAR

h ow John again those things believe that men are saved by I slated by Rev. W. C. Rogers of the Hercules was the first wrestlerto 4 UP PATHFINDER GUARANTEED

hick ye do hear and see; The blind works, but I believe that saved I Methodist Church, in charge of the use the "airplane spin," althoughhe
ceive their sight, and the lame men work. I do not like to bear I service. Interment was made in didn't call It,that. S 70 GOODYEAR
dk, the lepers are cleansed and people sin, "Oh," bow I love Jesus,'" Good qu.uqt.e 5 ALL-WEATHER 41;
-- --- -- UP
h e deaf hear, the dead are raised then alt down and watch men go to y

p, and the poor have the gospel !bell and not try to save them. I "
,r cached unto them. And blessed .believe that if we love God we will NICK quality at ,$740" '

s he. whosoever" shall not be of- to the limit of our ability, backed For Fastest Mew.set .........t .. VMV rv eie.dlurtdCS I ,dbegown
e nded In me. And Luke 7:21: by the grace of God, try to live the Every. fly .< Try
a ys, "And In that same hour He sort of life God wants u* to live. Ge.4ye.* the I lellallt with nit......
U red WerM' .ta.Mferd ef tie. +
many of their Inflrmatles lad rfurlRTWirr Cord p.t.nt.d.
re id, plagues, and of,evil spirits; ;. Relief Ask for ......cntt.t. qualityGUARANTEED !6
n d unto many that were blind He IET, UP NIGHTS v "s o .
eve a
eight When John's disciple
ire gone Jesus said to the multl- USE:BUCHU AND GIN .- ? r

u de, "Verily I say,. unto you, Make This 25e TestIt
Demand And Get Gody' .ar
Dong them that are born of worn- I I. a. valuable to tile bladder a.
n there bath not risen a greater castor oil to the bowels. DrlT*. out ,
hi an Impurities and exc.. acids which Airw...... '
John the Baptist Notwith- ...
O. th. Irritation multlna In getting
inding he that. to ',least ,In the up nlrltts. burnlnc frequent desire At*for our 'y"Lwk'
ngdom lag pains and backache. On no- ,
11e of heaven Is greater than oount of the alcohol use jualp.r oil GENUINE ChanftOvtrOffer
And from the days of John from which gin Is made. Ask for \ 1
Bukcta, the bladder laxative also .
B :
Baptlat
until now the kingdom containing buchu lava, eto. After Goodyear *ell.
f heaven suffereth violence, and four day. If not plsased your dru.- BAYER more than 4 =
e violent take It by force. gist will return your *6o. You ar. ,; AYEIR time as many'p'
bound to sleep bsttsr after this
'For all the prophets and the eleanslnv. Bukets guaranteed by Alrwheel tire.. tall
lav" prophesied until John..,And if Mitchells Drug Store.-Ady.V 'Y ASPIRIN other towpressure -'
tire* '
|yeEli will receive It,-'this la 'Ellas .. .. ., ....- .... .. .., -" comand.lrfca y
ilch wag to come."'

The reference to the coming of .Say it with Flower
| >aa (Elijah) U from MaJachi 4:5: BeeauM of a oaiqve proeM la subject to clwm..without noil*md to any'141'.1u tans' _

"Behold, I will lend you Elijah the .. v manufacture Genuine Bayer Aspirin ,
|Pr<>Phet, before the coming the Tablets art made to disintegrate does got harm U* hurt. So If you
grLo eat, and dreadful day of the 'Flowers For All' _or d **oJv. ..-INSTANTLY yon want QUICK and SAFE relief.

**." The lesson continue, "But take them.Thoa they start to work that you tt the real Bayer artlel Register Motor Co. v ;

ash ereunto shall I liken,this .-aer- ,OccasionsGERTRUDE frutanffe) Start "takinghold" oi Always look for the Bayer croM oavwy
atl on? U la like unto eves a savers fceadatke. ; Morale. Ubtet as iBoatraUd.aboY .
children sltS .
I tin In the neuritis or rheumatic pain a few *. ,Del tat tbwords. ,
lunlIhai to their fellows market, ''and r .nl"g GODBEY aU.t.. aft** taI DC- GENUINE BAYER Phone 103 For Road Service
and We
,
'e saying Awl they provide SATS nIWASPIJUN oa very" bottle '

I not< danced piped unto we have you,mourned and you have unto '' .)KINLAW,, for GoaoiM. BAYER. 'ASPIRIN 01'peck.,.. _w STARKE, FLORIDA


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I 71 >tiF$t1N'J.'itftucGRAPII.; FLORIDA FRIDAY. MART*. '
PAGE EIGHT ... ,1,
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[-I Bradford County Telegraph, Automobile A SERIOUS accident BUSINESS last year> In /'Maybe You've;: ''I' .OiXD -!,"-, BUT .TRUE' .t '

.
'Established '1877' t' I this'country' resulted'' in the death '': '_' '' : : ;

: of'29,900 Arsons and the Injury of Heard' It But "
-- 850,700: thus bringing the total of ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and' Entered as Second Class deaths for the last four years up

r !Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida to nearly' 125,000 and the numberof .r li>a Q, gr
persons Injured non-fatally up CHANGE IN(ADJECTIVES

J to around 4,000,000. The recent tragedies occuring in DOES MOT EXIST' AMONG FULL
E. L. Matthews_________________. .Editor and Owner The record of fatalities for last flying the air mail by Army pilots ,

.- year was 2.5T>er cent greater thanIn .were brought to mind this week bya BLOODED NEGItOES.tllll' .

SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1032, but on a per accident basis typewritten'.news; dispatch from
the deaths Increased S.9 percent a Congressman's office in Wasb-
d Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance and the number of persons Injured Ington.'' The; Congressman had addressed 4

t"+ Advertising Rates on Application non-fatally 2.2 per cent. These anOther < the House favoring the -L 1 1 it a

-- facts relating to the street passage'of the Post Office Air Mail AR[ :::AI ,
i and highway accident problem ot Contract Bill. The news release 111
Could you find any strawberries to eat this week. last year are brought out In the :covering the speech had evidently __I ) I I YOOAIA

O .. (j.J' new analysis entitled "The Great i been prepared before any of the \ KUMMtfT 'W OR "BOUT '
} American Gamble" Just publishedby i young pilots had met their death Tll5'ftSA 2000
First call for registration! Books will soon be \
open. I
i a well-known Insurance company flying tho mail. Anyway, In praising .. .
..
"
o the fliers the typewritten words
"BO I** nsse.nas,1T
The difference between a "country place" and a farm-U; 1 r Collisions between automobiles "skill" and""efficiency" had been nun i mmcnott HAM .-
!*' t,*,year accounted for nearly crossed out and the words "courage" alt.err''' fAI. co Il sct;
about
r $50,000. forty-five per cent of all the accl : and "bravery" substituted In I

O dents, but these resulted In slightly I ink.

1, '' History and after-dinner speakers are alike in that they less than twenty-four per cent ot You've heard that popular song,
the fatalities. Automobile-pedea I
ri repeat themselves. "There's Something About a Sailor.ihavntYoutrHlghland ?
trlan collisions'comprised thirty t edM 1"H9
o seven per cent of all accidents, but (; :: County

41 If you want to feel better, just try to remember what these\ 'resulted In ''approximately News.No.. But heard a
forty-five per cent of the deaths.In .we've one very
: you were worrying about this time'last year. addition to the facilities num- similar.called ;"There's Something

-L S e -p bering 13,440 due to" automobile About Soldierj"; .? ?
Come to think' aout it there IS
Several Florida towns seem to feel that while there is pedestrian accidents, 262,270 per- ,,

life there is for cross-state canal. sons were injured non-fatally in something about a sailorusuallya
Wf hope the such accidents. coup(a dames.;.
0 two-thirds of the e
P' Practically PRESS AGENTS MUST LIVE
y It will be more like strawberry week for Bradford County 756,500 personal Injury accidents HOLLYWOOD Feb. rN
20.-Vlr 1
due -
d which occurred last year :were
}' when the cars begin rolling out in a few weeks. '- in some degree to driving 'errors. glide (Ginger) Rogers, redhairedfilm

'M+ o actress, has been missing since
Among these, exceeding' the speed
last Saturday, the sheriff, office
The entire country can be concerned with mail contractsbut ber limit of resulted deaths.In Although the greatest the num-num- was notified tonight by her press .NO'' ,.

a woman's 'chief concern is her male contacts.' ber of accidents from this cause agent, Richard Hunt. CHILDREN. ARC MARRMED\ SO. 'dCIENCE HM NOT tT. ...

o accounted for about one-fourth of Mr.' Hunt explained that In order YOUNG" "WKT TOYS tat. IIISCCMID THE CAOtC op.

al the mishaps which involved Im- to'reach Miss Rogers by"a radio GIVEN M$ VDCMMNQ. tlttUMft
"i1 Little Willie thinks "Order of the Bath" is when mamma proper motoring practices, the fatalities broadcast, the only available IOVE-

}r, ,,4 tells him to get in the tub or she'll skin him alive. 1 comprised approximately means, It was necessary to file a -
one-third of all deaths resulting formal "mhsing"report.: He said I
o Statistic she. probably was; at some nearby lot life against the opportunities of bers of the "1854. Club" also Well|
s At least the new city hall makes it possible to pay from driving errors. resort. present.
your .
show that the rate of death per accident life.Waste
light and water bill in more pleasant surroundings. involving excessive speedwas _. I From Pens I' no time, then, which Brothers, sisters, uncles, aunt,!

o twenty-eight per cent greater .Resting quite comfortably and II might be spent In the pursuit of cousins, children, grandchildren,I

than the operatlbg on the wondering,bow ,much space those happiness, In the work you love or great-grandchildren and frienili,,I
average
w CWA workers can take it. There .were few complaints wrong side of the;road, six per cent dopes,, the newspapers, are going SCOTCH BLOOD the rest you earn In finding friendships numbering more"than 150: helped I

+ when 30,000 of them were cut off the pay: rolls last week. greater; passing, standing streetcar to give. her. .--. In fashioning a faith and Mr. DuBose celebrate his birthday.I IThe'1854

o nearly.two.per cent greater; A story comes in by,way of an philosophy for the lean years at the Club" members present!
I CONUEITGlad old Scotch friend, who can tell 'em end of life.Waste were the Rev. Ware, E. S. Swilley
going off roadways, fifty-eight percent
Bradford' County will have a senior class this year that greater; and reckless driving, t to find that others share in a Scotch dialect 'that will throw no time In worry which and John P. Coffin. Mr. DuBose li 1

can ''match. I larger towns in numbers, looks and intelligence.: I nearly thirty-seven. per cent'great- our nausea' occasioned by conceited you out of your ch lr. It Is abouta gets nowhere, but confesses everything a member of the "1854": organlzaj

'r'. 0 I er than the average. people. Elsie 1 Robinson a woman wealthy man who needed a blood In'gray hairs and wrinkles. tlon which he aided in forming.
who .columns (and probably gets I transfusion, and it Several tables were spread for the I
The analysis of actions of pedestrians was a Scotchman And don't mortgage present happiness -
:I Abraham Lincoln said that-you can't fool all of the people involved in accidents last paid for it), has,this to say on the who happened to,'have the to pay for a future which may guests' and all bountifully filled I

all o'f the time, but that doesn't stop some politicians from year show that In many instances subject: right kind of blood. At first a never happen. Dr. J. C. DuBose, a nephew, of I

"'' trying: pedestrians took their own lives In "Conceited. people-what a pest pint of blood was used,for which Don't work so hard that you for Jacksonville, acted as master of I
they area!I How they bore of ceremonies, and read a geneologl-J
their hands. More .than 800 were everyone a price $50: was paid. He needed get how*to play, nor play so hard
o who meets themt t cal chart which showed that of t till
killed in crossing intersections some more later, and a half, pint that
aren't fit to work. Don'tblow
rw When asked why he let his farm rundown: one farmer against signals and 360 met death "Wouldn't you think they'd was used, the cich man paying $25 your off steam before grandfather's descendants, there I
fifty
your
realize ItT Yet they don't. Even for that. were 201 In 1910 but there had beet I
Then still later
replied that he didn't want the wolf to think that anyone was crossing intersections diagonally. another and be burned out for twenty years
though they must be-often half twenty-eight deaths since !that!
are- pint was used but bythat'
More than.3,300 were
pedestrians
after. Invest In
the wisely amusement
living on place. tiled because of crossing streets smart and sensitive>, In every other time the patient had so much as you would in stocks and bonds., time. All of the,children of lit.I

j aIn between Intersections and 1,460 respect" they can't seem to realize Scotch blood in his veins that he Don't die too soon, nor live too DuBose are living and all were
,
England they can fine you for letting weeds grow in met death darting out into streets the impression they' -. making. merely said "thank you."-Arcadia present Thursday to honor their]
,"What's the truth,,about conceit, Arcadian.. long.Balance father on his birthday. -
#' from behind parked cars,. while ,
your garden Wonder if there are any laws concerning theneighbors' your budget.-Harvard Coffltl
? the
Why otherwise During dinner Mrs.
anyway 'Xt Uf J nor-
killed while moo-+-
'e'' 2,250 were walking (ro.) Herald.BIGHT..
fi. F chickens' ?. along rural highways. The figures mal persons make(social blight of YOUR NEIGHBORS --- o---- read a poem by her husband, Johil
: themselves, P. Coffin Score I ITears.
: by' blattlng boasts or entitled "Four
0 show also that 1,680 children were -
A An Ohio judge that he has killed while playing In the street.In simpering monologues, Neighbors are a great Institution AND WRONG ." Ten years ago In a pea
says never seen a woman "They love themselves? Mr. Coffin promised to meet Mr.I
and few
I the ten-year period ending people would care' to get
asleep in the jury box. And he will "Sure do It aint' far from to : DuBose at this and be
never -they're too afraidof 1933 the number of persons killed they '--but there's no along without them. Nobody wants so right wrong, gathering |
missing something. In automobile accidents exclusiveof law. against that. ,We all love our neighbors who are familiar, but The way ain't hard to lose; kept his promise.At .

''r motorcycle mishaps, has totaled selves. We wouldn't be worth a everybody wants them friendly There's times I'd almost give my: the close of the celebration I
0 hoot if we didn't., But why should horse the members of ,the "'1854: CluVl
273,112. of which toll nearly 125,000 enough so an egg or a cup of sugar
} Sinclair Lewis says that one of his ambitions is to writeA have been killed in the last four !certain citizens love themselves so can be borrowed when the'' occasion To know which way to choooe. organized a "Three Score and Tea|

good news story And several thousand reporters would years. On the basis of this four- !'much, so exclusively; that they be- demands. If you are in want, There ain't, no signs or guideboards Club" with intentions to meet i inually. an

like to'write; a good ovel.r..1' year record It Is estimatedthat, ,, In come human hang-nails T, or In trouble, you will usually find up .-Times-Union.
"Why,for example, are even To keep you on the track. .
you
;. the remainder of'the pr decade your neighbors right at your door
.. .. 'I and I "Wrong's" sometimes white Only women who can read and I
r 0 there will be nearly, 190,0001, partner?occasionally seized and ready to lend a helping hand. as
Mount Dora Topic says some columnists are so gifted fatalities, or a total for the decade With an Irresistible Impulse to tell How they find out'Just when you driven snow' write English or Spanish are eligible -
'and I the world what Wonderful Eggs we need their help to often a And "Right" looks awful black.I to vote In Porto.Rico.
mystery.But
they can steal an idea and dress it up so cleverly the originatorwill of around 310,000 killed ap-
don't -
set to be
are?ii It because we are convinced what neighbor know about up no :JudgeOf
Inured
million I
ten to
proximately/ persons Out of 572 occupations listed
steal it all over again. that we are, really such treats neighbors would fill book. right and wrong In men;
lh, ,., Thus,in. the tea-'e.. period a You the United States, women are en-l
Or to there, maybe, another rea- live beside them rye lost the trail sometimes myself
o It Is pointed out that the number of may for years and gaged in 637.
Dade killed automobiles would soz4t," ,I v view them as nothing 'more than .
City Banner'says that Washington the 'fatherof people ,by, So when I see a friend, *-
exceed America's record or soldiers M a"' 6ac residents off your rtpwn. But let
his country and if it had not been for Lincoln Miss Who seems to've Political Announcements
Robinsonjgoes
r he'miJrht killed during all the history of this ,, 'on .to- say trouble come into your homethenyou gone astray -
,have been the father of twins. country, and would surpass the fatal > that there Is another.reason-fear. will see what 'fine neighbors I want to shove my hand in his FOR"CONGRESS .

o battle casualties of the ''Ameri The fear of the braggart that he I* they are. You'll also find out", If And help him find the way. I hereby announce that I am I l
,can Expeditionary Forces In the not Impressing others a* favorable you baven't before*this, that there -J. J. Harris in Melbourne candidate for the office of member!
Franklin D. Roosevelt: "If every ,,American were tot 'World War more than six times a* he would like. It to a reason Is nothing in the world more valuable Times. of the House of Representative I

,make "fair play' his objective in his dealings with. others, most The number of persons Injured non- commonly accepted by psychologists than good neighbors._Hardln -- from the Second Congressional DI*j

of our:'problems w disappear. atally from automobile accidents ,,but we're inclined to believe County Enterprise (Elizabethtown:' 100 PER CENT WRONG trtct of Florida, subject to tMI
t IJ! I It :during!the present' decade would that some people are Just born conceited K3)e Democratic 'primary election II
'
o 4 exceed by more-than fifty times the andwill' probably remain --.-' There to but one thing more pa- June.I -

; Huey Long now wants passes on the air mail planes. ,A. B. F.'. record of soldiers wounded : that way, even after reading MissRobla.on's DOESN'T OKE THE TASTE OF. thetic than a young mind !In an old have a record of public servIce

Postmaster General J Farley would probably be glad ,to give' non-fatally: !In action.I tirade.,aBe AVOCADO,SEEDS. I body-and that. an old mind In a In Baker and Madison Counties and I
him'a ticket An article In the. new'AUantlo that as It may,, In our own young. body.-Polk County Demo- the Third Judicial Circuit of FloH
one-way to Australia. asks "Are You I private cod of. morals there are crat. Ida ,the l
:Monthly tauntingly A northern lady visiting for the consisting of seven counties
i 0h i Safe to Drive?" to which most of many sins, but the only unforgivable winter !In Estro, thinking to give I Of all things! The Idea of a largest In the state. You are Invite!J|

Someone has wisely remarked that it is easy enough to I us would reply "Surely. The otherfellow one Is conceit,"., some North Dakota friends a ran :young mind in an old body being to investigate not only my record I Iof
to the one who always has treat, sent them referred service but my manner of Uvln I II
} dodge responsibilities, but we-cannot dodge the consequences : ON READING A COUPLE OF recently an avocado I to as pathetic fa ridiculous -
'accidents. sane
the without Instruction a* to'ita. to put It mildly. One of the hereby'promise you the J
TRAVEL ADVERTISEMENTS: : :
I of dodging our, responsibilities. However, It Is true'that there are preparation for the table Their reaction most desirable things imaginable 1 Is faithful service rendered my people
could
No shin with
-0 I many people driving today who are sun golden was entirely unfavorableand to old and.wiD continue to live. if Willis I
grow
gracefully which
connotes
.
u not safe to drive and who are a ,? splendor t, Jq. my to'reflect bona
this to the power so ai
reply she received the
It : ability ,to
there jsji: newspaper in Florida that has,not made a : A* that the ,tRv.. ads portray.No : maintain a '
'of others and 'and ofilos
menace to the lives "rd better confess..we Ignorant Eskimos youthful frame of mind dignity: to $hto'high |
wisecrack about little Pepper adding warmth the 'senatorial 1 themselves the' moment they. ''get human could be quite so lovely up"here where we'' raise the body ,Is"bowed by, even weight after of I Should the.voters'of' this district 1

{; race, it deserves some kind of medal. 1 behind t>> a steering wheel: A* those who loljbeside. 'your bay I nothing but pin.trees* and spuds years. Some of the loveliest characters see fit to bestow upon me this boo-1
0 LAWS In some states concerning Concerned with 'nothing, more. distressing .,did not know enough to appreciateyour we have ever known were- or, they' may rest"wued thatl I II

I the drivers of automobiles are, as avocado We had never eaten octogenarian who bad will consider It a sacred' trust wl I
1i In spite of chemical advances 'the diamond remains the I La Florida,' dangerously liberal. No Thanwhat, the scandal columns say. one-In fact even _"ODe.. I cut the touch of youth, were never lost that my every effort will be for till|

''hardest known substance. And we might add it remains the I kind of test Is required of a person W.know that'now....*"bloom, batBlossom the alligator laced article; found alight alert" and retained an active mentally inter- beat Interests of the people I re'
v
t" hardest substance for most people to get hold of. :In this state before he to allowed they' ., green mush with a hard est !In the affairs of government resent. _.
to operate an automobile, and oftena with such unrestraint round pear In the center. By the society, home and friends.' Senility Your support ai ti.vote Is IIOIJco
,
0---- I child Is allowed to drive almost As) those that flammgly flourish. grace of God. a'few .cuss words speaklns/from a mental standpoint ited and, will be appreciated.

After reading the Miami newspapers we begin to feel I as'-'soon? .. he to tall enough" to Assisted ,by yourartist's paint, ? from father the meat axe and a Is not .always associated with old" JA8. R.' (JIM) KELLY.

sorry for the poor office boys who must be,the only ones left I each: the steering wheel. 1 few kltcbeD'too..* we -flD&Uy'cut age. A youthful mind in an aged ,Paid Pot Ad by Ja*. R.., Kelly.
The article In the Atlantic continues : We're cynical.1': ;Such thing could the 'pear./ It .
was woody, hard and body make for
in the North to carry on business in that section.",, I Ir r with an account,of a clinic never be! bitter. I* that the way they are timism and a tolerant cheerfulness attitude, op- Snulin'CliarU&SaytiA ;

4 --. 0 U' In a laboratory'at Iowa State Col- But still-Just aalt'ua If.we'd like supposed to be ?.. DaM one haft to all mankind. To toward c
'
associate
legs ''where 'researches'. are being to'go and see. acquire a taste for
A taunt" mental
Kentucky jury awarded a school teacher: $80,000 heart decrepitude with old age to
made.lato the .personal causes of 'S ,
Candidly. We' '
that
balm. That much money should cement 'a' heart together automobile accidents. The clinic INQUIY'George believe tast.fOl' a erroneous as It to unfair.* .The
avocado seed*,,would have to be mind can be.'and often is. alert
again even if it were split right down the'middle. _;. t Id in charge of Dr Alvhh R. Lauer Raft: ;"I would.. -rather acquired and we 'would imaginethat active when the call: to shuffle and off s
who lathe of a number of drive a taxi than be a star.
course
.
It the
-- take mortal
-q one some time to. do coil to heard and heeded.
Two confidence years, has developed a series ot .Twinkle. so.-Estro >Eagle.,.. .. A doddering body to A I
? twinkle '
men recently relieved a tourist in Tampaof teats: calculated to enable IWD' to little star .. ? sufficiently
$25,000. Just another reminder to beware of the fellow determine whether or not a person How wonder/iwtoat you are. pathetic within Itself, but when
Would It be,.... to InquireIf DONT MOKTOAOB HAPPINESS: coupled.with a decadent mind it Is
;? who Is going make has the physical attributes .to makea
to.help you something ,for nothing. safe driver... perhaps yours not a liar? -: '!O tragedy personified.-Dade City

a o Dr..Lau rs tests Include twelveof The;years;of::men, u ey."say, Bannerr .. -
when states and pities require submission are three stun and ten In termsof 55' y).
k General Johnson's idea about wages is to "raise 'em vision one"of strength of grip to the tost before allowinga life a redwood tree an ancient THREE GENERATIONS ,

higher and spread 'em further" All he has to 80 Is,raise me of of excitability observation: and motor a coveralltest control, person to drive; It will be poe- Idea or doctrine;or even a middle- S./,'W.: DUBOSK'ON BIRTHDAY HONOR ,c,,

-em; those who get pay envelopes will, tend to spreading f .' nervousnea'and manipulation. .Ibto and for the operators of fleets atCJU'S aged aligator these seventy years -.

f *M *MVM**' MIH"lM'' M4 o B MMs WvB>*BW *MSi laTli il I "The work to not finished, but1 aflne''start mtofoar state to keep motor off vehicle.U>...'highway com- ,to seem W very few. It. would. ; be wise One of the most enjoyable occa
tunny.wtt{ uw. ''
'
: vjsress* sions
baa been ever
made. Dr.Lauer held .
"" Don't mix with ybiir'gaioline. driver wholack the requi The favorite -UntoarCounty .lotta' \
whisky If there is a party hope eventually to'b* able I'' and fashionable Indoor was the home-coming of wapen'r'

*o{; you";the sober one should drive the car.- ,If all are intoxi- to'classify every. driver a* safe or "f..iate ful ttoopto will drtvxaK be abU attd to.dsternua though**, ,1 budgets! sport.. It today. to "don.&be balancing In of *t the S. WX>uBos family member, t* the r'th.at,' 1AV -. W Li-
.
,fated; aid i taiicab.. unsafe, and. to tell UM unsafe driver buslne, Worthington 'I brint ''b
Committee Springs
-- on.Public Safety. If you their own d flcieacle* and..*|th.rcomctjtaem :government and the painful secUon, ae, ,
&---.are too, drunk ta call. a taxis,, by, all means stay:right where wherein they fall to'meet JA.wvyVbibs they or'auedmtDc.YOI-: 4 M* of makta* UM family i Income prpc-fit<< DuBo Thursday February 23, when Mr. COhan4" lind-II

are until you sober up.: "! ww.i dtlr.c.I1I'ho.t. ft.1.. rthet. ..... ;atlisa... ,. red. I Ow lasts .la for-. .. nrUJ be birthday..cribraUdhto, aootv :!eightieth ". fhcy ,
., Is able to ,.. UIe tJt ... ,...... : 4 Haw wi taw---rtf the rary. BMe .

$&$ & ftftfa&% .., ',;; .:,......... .. ;!: ( :!.h,*i > &* W j ." :-: -""' '''J'!!' "r'i;e,11a"lx\ >i.off.' !!,is '; : \), di1), ;" ..'t"'Y ,y ;, suc.I r,.'''''' '. "< .I'II! ,'...,w""Y"J"o:-, 4\I.\ ;:Q.'h.; .\" ;, ,'<,,t.'orJ. ..[! .4.. 'i.'wt. \..'',.. --, \\.f ,
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