Bradford County telegraph
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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 9, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[ Established 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six,;,,Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and OwneiSTARKB i 'y '

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Refunding Registration Books Is Now The SchooktSituation. Employers And Workers
[ Cheaper Council
This WeekIn PreparingTo Councils
To, BeD; scU&8ed Here'' Are Urged To Make Use County m

To Be Considered Eight Precincts To Obtain Loan By F.. E. A. Official Of Employment Office
liT : ,, Threat Relieved Of Duty;
Registration books for the June: ; H. H. Filer, president of, the Officials at the National Reemployment

r At Public" Meet 1 ing eight Primaries named county opened persons precincts.Monday have The charge follow in the of From Body HereCost chairman Board Florida of Education Public of the Instruction Association Dade County) will and 'Against, Delinquent, there the for their pUbllo office use that here and the wish employeesmay office to remind is-- CWA Nearing End

n the books; speak In the Bradford County High. be secured for almost r

Commisslooeee Postpone Action O. W. Roberts, Lawtey; P,E. Ca- Of Making Application To School 'auditorium at 8:00: p.1D1 Ord ra' Clerk-To Cones For LI kind of work that may be desired.any i
Until Taxpayer Have Oppor- novo. North Starke; J. W. Morgan Association Cut Almost Thursday March 15. Mr: tunity To Kprea Opinion South Starke; C.. B. Roberts Graham 50 P r Cent speak on the school situation In Business House public, It is stated and residents of That Activities End "-*

+ ; J. V. :Jones Hampton; Mrs. Florida and will reveal fact hitherto -i the county are urged to make use By Saturday li
'a Ian for refunding J. P.' Dickerson Theressa; M. L. The of loan unspoken and unpublished IncludIng of the jj,(
Action on expense making, a of As the ten days' grace after facilities of the office in
1 both Issues of ,Bradford County'sroad Johns, New River: G. B. Colson, $50 to $500 through the Production the'results of his interviews sending out notices elapsed the seeking employment or In seeking CWA and FERA county councils' ; .

bonds was delayed Monday by Brooker. Credit Association of Starke has ,with Governor Sholtz concerning city council thin week prepared to workers to fill Jobs., throughout the state Tuesday were
. the county:; commissioners until The books will remain in the pre- been reduced from $t.50 to $4.20. the school. Carry on its war against those who a relieved of administrative re ponsl. '4 jth11 ,

held at which taxpayers and other by W. S. Sibley president of the than twenty-six: counties In'Florida tlonal licenses by Instructing City
Wall.Tentative ceed Marcus Fagg, who ; i
visor of Registration #i. C. resigned
interested persona will be given an .- _.. ---- -- organization. The cost of the ..pI already, and. l&'Vlnltlng this county Clerk Carl Johns to either collect last week. H. C.
Wall chairman
opportunity to be heard In the mat V praiser's fee remains the same at'. Just before attending the state con- from the delinquent business houses > the of
county administration
In Bradford
I $2 but the cost of recording the vention of the Florida League for or dos! them up. To Finish Work was notified by telegram that '

ter.The plan was presented to.the Program mortgage has been reduced to $1.20 Better Schools which meets at It is an open and shut case, the full responsibility of the work her ;bR

commissioners by representatives and the search to 100. Ocala Saturday, March 17 'council said. In effect. Either you was being placed directly under'' '

of John Nuveen & Co., brokers of A new procedure to speed'up Every person in Bradford County pay your license or you''' do no Will' Complete Project If CWA him. ,i'

Chicago, HI., And calls for a $365- Planned For FifieldFamous and simplify the making' of small should hear Mr. Filer Thursday business. It was not stated when Discontinue New Member Councils will continue to act In 4 ; ?,{
Issue the last loans the associations the closing up would begin -
000 refunding bond through was night March 15, at the Starke process Attend an advisory capacity and the state
of which will mature In 1954.. announced this week by Ernest school auditorium. AU are invited ; -. administrator in telegrams to +
The board refused to give assurance Lecturer Will Address Graham of the Production Credit Admission free.Emergency. Col. D., E. Knight appeared before The Bradford County School council chairmen throughout the ,

to representatives of the local School Children During Visit-- Corporation, of Columbia. the council asking for permit I Board at its Monday meting agreed state said that Chairman C. B.

Civil Works Administration that To See Strawberries Under the new arrangement to erect sign on lot of I* A. Davis to' complete work on school projects Treadway of the state committee

the county would complete any Meld farmers desiring loans for the pro Loans adjoining his hotel property. The I in this county that are now being had ,assured him that that body r d t
projects that were undertaken by Dr. James: of Kansas duction of general agriculture) matter was referred to city attorney i carried on by the Civil Works will continue to be available In an

- the CWA then'abandoned before City, noted lecturer; on tour of crops livestock or poultry productswill for his opinion as to the city's : Administration If this work should advisory capacity. He asked that ,

completion. H. C. Wall, chair- Florida to gather information destined fill out all papers In connectionwith To Aid.Farmers rights to refuse to Issue permit. I discontinued before completionby county councils adopt the same attitude u ++
man of the'county administration, to Increase the popularity of their loan at the time of appli- Motion made by T. N. Kendrick the administration. ', -

told the board that such assurance Florida with travelers in other cation. The local association will that city purchase gasoline- and 'All members of the board were In the
unit,I would have to be given before any parts of the country will arrive at then pass''on the security offered -, oils from Shell Petroleum Corpora present at the meeting, S. L. Crewsof forces continued meanwhile to be county CWA

ildrenlliendij!! new projects would be approved. noon Friday March 16, for an in- and if approved by them forwardthe Offer Help For Those Who Cannot tlon for,, the ensuing six months New River having been appointed I in all other counties reduced'hereas
' The matter of selling wire fenceon spection of Bradford County.The papers directly to the Federal Get ,Money From Other motion was seconded and carried. to fill the vacancy caused by announced as' Mr.Stone 1
helped I the Bradford County line. usedto Source Chief A. L.. Alvarez and Night Wednesday' that
lecturer will remain here until Intermediate Credit Bank for dIs- J the death of J. H. Kelly. he might recommend that CWA .:
thda7.recut fence off the closed range of Monday morning when be will count. Marshal W. E. Thornton asked the Permission was granted one girl in Florida might activities toa
I Alachua County was postponeduntil return to Jacksonville after visit According to President Graham New hopt!!('."for farmers who have council to purchase uniforms for from Lawtey to finish Fifth Grade "complete termination" come 4

,wilier] a communication Is received ing point of interest In this countyand the applicant ,will .be required to ,' been .unsuccessful/ 'In obtaining them and let them pay $S.OO per work In Starke school a* she bad .this week Saturdayof ; ,
!5086 111 from the county commissioners of. the Immediate surrounding territory give a first lien on the crops to be loan from other sources, Is month on same until paid In full. not had a full term In her own gyp
,1D\za.\ Alachua County. and after making several I grown, his chattel and livestock. brought, by 'the $40,000,000 fund Council agreed to make purchaseand school, It was expected that Mr. Stone +

g. The' board decided to employ I speeches.. i Further he explained where a recently made available by Congress Instructed clerk to collect Trustees were appointed a* follows would make a definite statement fir
'orllletilled. I Melvin McKinney, traffic patrolman I for loans. A $IS.OO month until paid in full. the
Dr; Fifleld's tentative program, small balance is outstanding emergency irop per : Brooker R. B. Thomas; on subject following Thurs
.I for another two weeks terminating as mapped out by 'a committee against a farmer's crop chattels or i Farmer is eligible for such a loan If The following bills were .ordered. Hampton, F. M, Taylor; Starke C. day' conference on_ the matter In ,
'*, off his services April 1. Insteadof Is livestock and he ia able to secure I he has justified need for credit paid: j. Powell. ,
from the Business Men's Club as Tallahassee However f
er (It March 10,'as previously determined an extension beyond the, time of and If he i U co-operating with the Denmark Furniture Co., Trustees from various schools ; the outcome

ologHf his salary being at the rate follows: maturity of the Production Credit production control program of the mattress for Jail_.._...'._$ 3.50 were before the board relative to _of the meeting was not as

> thethen of $100.00 per. month.-, Friday noon luncheon attendedby Association's-loan h.: Win stilt be Agricultural -Adjustment Administration Quigley & Davis, materialfor teachers for the various places to learned here up until time for goIng -

I Application of.Mra. Hulda Cor- business men and civIc leaders. eligible to become a borrower according to a statement city hall___.._._____ 81.12 be filled but no recommendations to press Thursday. ''l
I Ibeal pening for I widow' pension was Early: afternoon. lecture to Junior "We are determined," said Presi- made by S. M: Garwood, production Albert,,Hartman repairingJail were made as some schools had
that I If approved.. high'add high school student at dent Graham, "that the Production credit commissioner of the Farm cell _.._____________ 0.00 only two trustee and other. had Mr. Stone emphasized however,
that if
the CWA
Mrwere Mattie ,Green requested assistance Bradford County High School. Credit Corporation through ,the Credit Admlltlstratlon"The Bradford Hdw. Co., supplies. .30 not the suitable applications. the Is terminated Immediately J '

I In bearing the expense of Mid-afternoon inspection of Production Credit Associations will maximum amount which J. F, Colley,I work on city No bill were paid, Monday as be "good projects" will

thelrl burying Willie .McCollough; same strawberry field around Starke. make It possible for every worthy will be made'available to any one hall ._.__.___--____.-_ 1.00 the funds from various sources had that completed"worthwhile"under a new plan and

was refused; ::: Late afternoon to Penney Farms Farmer in North :'Carolina, South farmer this. year is $250 and the Starke!! Telephone.Co., tele- > not been received. be set new projecta'will '
'offtil! L. A,.Brown and'A. B. Burrency with lecture In chapel Friday night. 'Carolina, Georgia ,and Florida to minimum la .U6 according to the phone for city hall-._____ 3.50' Widow's pension approved for slble.: up. as. rapidly.. as pee ti&

Johil of Brooker requested!' assistance for. Saturday morning to Keystone .secure the necessary credit for his regulations.1"The.interest rate will Mitchell's Drug Store, light Mrs.. Hulda Corpenlng. .
Scon: I Robert Mathews of'New River action Heights and the' potato growing agricultural 'production purposesthis be 5V4 %' per annum. Provisionsfor bulbs for city ball,.._.,.__- 4.82. No further business the board The new administration has some
pool being postponed until next section around Brooker. year. The arrangement as taking crop liens have been Dr.: 'W. E. Mlddleton tele adjourned to meet first''Monday in very. definite ideas as to how the 1

1C.I regular meeting. Saturday afternoon Inspection of now worked out.. we believe will worked out under Mr. Garwood' gram to Washington air- April.A. FERA should function In taking up ?
Id be I Bond of Sol G.>Lewls.as notary the Florida State.Prison Farm atRa1fordr make'credit available to between direction and detailed regulation port ___.-_________..___ 1.13 I J.: GRIFFIS Secretary. the CWA's' lack and also In return- '
public was approved. Starke Hdw. & Furn. Co., I Ing to Its orglnlal status as acting + ,
seventy-five and eighty per cent of will be placed In the hands of local \ ,
-tloillulfl A request was received1from the Dr. Fifield will:likely remain in the farmers In this district," emergency crop loan committees supplies for city hall._..... 14.30. : as a sort of "safety net" to aid the ,' ,

' Florida Methodist ,Orphanage at I Starke over Sunday where he has Mr. Graham said that at I the within the near future. N. Sternberg cloth....___.. .28 Singing Convention "new deal" program. Ha think

Teal Benson Springs Florida, for $10.00per I signified he wishes to attend present time rate on Production Before any farmer secure a Hart Furniture Co., mat that In the urban areas work
1 month for the of the two with friends may tress and comfort for Jail..,, 8.65 should be a secondary matter to relief '
: &11- care church and visit Credit.Association loans would be hj
loan however, he must first obtaina ;
Albertaon children motion remainder of the Carl John, for Feb.__ 60.00 while In the rural sections the I
; was the salary
throughout six per cent. He urged farmers to statement from the County Pro To Be Held Sunday P
duly made and carried that requestbe I day > make their application at once a* duction Council where one exists W. L. Wall, councilman..... 2.00P. opposite should hold true the work m '
I there to be centered as he sees It
and refused. the 116 associations serving this that he does not intend to increasehis M. Barefoot-'Councllman. 2.00 ,
' Isaac Williams aged colored man b.1. Beasley, councilman... 2.00 on rehabilitation of the farms etc.;
Hgfj"ml and to do !
district are set-up ready or production in '
acreage opposition -
of New. River was allowed $2.50 Counties To Get Business. to the Agricultural Adjustment I W. M. Edwards councilman. 2.00T. First Meeting Of Bradford County to serv' two purposes to aid those
per month: from the pauper al- I N. Kendrick councilman. 2.00 Organization At Long Bridge now on the farms and Influence a
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/ Church "return to the land" ?
lowance.' Green attorney. 2.00 movement
Floyd city
Educators Have Plan Where a county council *
from the centers of
The Commissioners
Soard'of County ,
following resolution was
adopted: Rig'School Fund To' Finance SchoolsA has not have been'to give set up satisfactory, the applicantwill evidence rent for Jail Feb., .0;00) First Bradford County will have Its Direct( relief should ,be 'given

Whereas,at the last meeting of that he t A.-1* .Alvarea, salary for singing convention Sunday strictly on a basis of need; Mr.
9 this board -' for financing Florida'; co-operating ... 80.00 :March 11, at Long Bridge Church Stone
it directed by resolution plan Feb and five arrests believes and he emphasised.
the control of A
Its clerk to prorate its race track "00.000 To Be Divided r- Each public schools, which, representa- the production Agricultural Adjustment program Administration W. E. Thornton,*salary for and the event la expected to create In discussing some of his plans with

funds to the, respective funds of To Get 3,000 From.RaceTracks fives said, would raise $7,500,000 Instate before his applicationfor Feb. and four'arrests.':.... 64.00. wide-spread interest throughout newspapermen that he plans to seato

ail iberli the county according to the fund without Increased taxes a loan will be considered. Mayor W. E. Mlddleton ,,the county. it that the need are definitely Ni
, assessed mlllage and was outlined to Governor Dave nine arrest __-_.__.__._, 8.00I The Bradford County Singing ascertained preventing any haphazard .
i veilDM The state made ready this week session in Application for loans from $25 and ,Convention I* a recently formed
iholtz In executive
Whereas upon further consider : an W. W. Balsden, feeding procedure In that line. He favors
ation thIs'board find It necessary to distribute another I $400,000 to- Tallahassee by a delegation headedby t;o $150 may ..be'made directly to .I caring for prisoners._._.:.. ,23.70/' organization and Sunday meetingwill direct money relief rather 's
tin I Imi to ward operation of public schools in the the emergency,crop loan office be the first of its activities. than the
use a part of these funds for the H. H.'flier; president of R. C. Buford refinishing rI offering of work to per. '
II purchase of materials for the court Florida: ,' but up until Thursday Florida Education Association.: provided the applicants do not I furniture city ball_______. 25.00 .Themeeting will begin at 10:00: sons who need but little assistance
house addition; morning A.'J.-OrUtls superintendent Proposed re-allocation of the have sufficient security to obtain Bradford County Telegraph o'clock in the morning and will to make the grade and he Is. absolutely '

Ice Therefore, be It resolved that of public instruction In this I state gasoline tax revenue in ordero loans elsewhere.A printing 2,000 warrants. continue throughout the. day. opposed to a heavy "staggerIng" ., 'a

said resolution be amended to readas county had not received his share apply.one and one-half cents of farmer applying for a loan of I 1,000 letter heads..:._._._. 30.50 Pinner will be served on the of work on construction projects j
follower -That the clerk to the although it 1* expected momentarily the revenue-which 'would be approximately -' '1100 or more must first make ap- Gulf Refining Co., gas (A. rounds and members of the convention feeling that harm rather than ,:
tie I Ited board he said. : illcatlon for a loan to the Produc- as well as visitor, are
I Is hereby authorized, empowered $3,000,000 to the L.A. $6.59. W.E.T. $4.81 I good develops out 'of such a ;
and directed to make and effect The Motor Vehicle Commission school fund, was the major fact In lon Credit: Association serving his city $45.651-) .,______.___. :56.68: ,urged to attend and bring basket scheme. He also has positive idea
an equal division said race certified approximately $400,000 to the plan.It I county. Rejection of hla application :J.. 'w. Andrews repairs to lunches concerning supervision and believes ?f

track fund ,between the county the State Treasurer. Other state was pointed out that under by thAI Production Credit Association city truck __._......__... 8.00 Singing conventions have long that the best results will be obtained ,
o. ,school board and the board of county school sources will add small the present allocation.'three centsof will be considered sufficient 'S. B. Hubbard Co.- 6 street been popular in other parts of the only where there is competent v

pie commissioners and the wd amount. the revenue on gasoline tax goes evidence that other credit I* not brooms ____._.._-.___..__-. BOO state and many people from this full-Urn supervision. '
sit amount The Comptroller's office apportioned available and the farmer may then 1 60d county have attended meetings In
distributed.to the board of ) to the State Road Department Quigley *: Davis, keg Olve Prepared StatementMr.
..ora county commissioners to be placed 'to counties, $3,000 each of three cent to counties for bond re. make application to the emergencycrop nails __..___:.__-.__.___ '4.20 neighboring counties. This time Stone aside from his oral
first in the building fund sufficient lunda accruing front the'.tax on Irements, and one'cent.to the.general loan officer. 't..I< H, L. Brownie, bond trustee. 1.00 however, it I Is the neighbor who comments on the''situation gave ,p
id to take parimutuel wagering'and admissions loans bond trustee.... 1.00 wilt visit us and many singer are '
care of the purchase of the fund. The emergency crop are J. F. Colley newspapermen th* following prepared .
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county portion of materials for at race track, Distribution Under the proposed plan three- entirely separate from, and are not R. J. Davis. bond trustee....; '1.50 expected to attend from Alachua statement t .
I the totaled $201,000. It was the third be taken be confused A Water Plant. Baker and Duval Counties.) .
county court house addition, quarters[ of a cent would to with production City Light : '"The
oillie the remainder to be prorated to the this year, other being $100,500 and .from the Road Department and the credit association loan*. The ,1 coupon A8 due 7133.' _. 30.00 .h.---., -- --- -- press has of course al-
... ready carried the announcement of j
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liep. several funds'of the county to be 1147,000. respectively the counties county bond allocation fund. and Emergency Crop Loan Fund is an -'" Kltz Theatre Books the ,
; curtailment of tha
used for current expenses on the getting $1,500 out of the first and added to the school funds. emergency relief measure for this FREIGHT: CAB JUMPS 1 TRACK Three Good Pictures work gradual
p.C. basis ot.the muiage'aiuesaed for $2,200 out of the second. "Our program win not cripple :year only to make available fund Considerable damage was done Work program Administration under This the Civil

the respective fund.* for the year in any other enterprise of the state" to those who cannot''quallfy'for to Seaboard Air ,Line Railway organ-
which the said distribution 1* made. Green Appoint"MembersOf said ll'Uer'o'ot even the Road Department -,credit through the,' regular channels track when one car of a freight With Fredric March and Miriam ization was set up )last Novemberto

and effected.: ,t:: ,for the Increase In volume : of a production credit aMocUUHon train Jumped the tracks near the ftopklns as product of the Park provide employment through thewinter
Advisory. Committee of gasoline, sales will offset : ". "' A' Lawtey.:station early Wednesday I Avenue social world and with for approximately four million ai'

BOARDttnennHKR: .APPOINTED much of what I Itt taken away forthe In announcing -the' recutataoD.'Iofr. monlag _Th accident Is said to George Raft and Helen Mack as men and women, half of whom 1
r The 'Oovemo,,'_ office at Talla. --Ten-eitlmens: of the Second Congressional schools.. .never:occurred as the result of a graduates of the slum sidewalks, were to be taken from the roll of
Garwood said h could not
emphasize the relief admnllstratlon and the
hassee last Saturday announced the District nv4 been recommended Supporting' ,this 'statement, he too that the Iio -box. No ODe was reported In- Paramount' "Alt of Ma," now
strongly eraevency -
other half to be '
appointment of Stafford L..Crews by Congressman R. A. pointed to an Increase of gasoline( .loan to jured.'* showing at the Rita Theatre has assigned through ,
are provide a
of New River a* *member of the I >reen'for appointment on the advisory tax' revenue for:January of this. mean crop of temporary relief for this I 'L,,. &rinvrrr. an entertaining theme. the Federal re-employment offices ;
Bradford of the National TO SPEAK HKBEWlfflam Coming to the Rita and these latter being roughly estimate. '
County 'Board of Public committee] over January of the previOlUlyear Sunday r
Instruction year year IIIy. and that: this year'soan i Jw ."Hm'.Pruitt Miami Monday I Is "Six of KInd ed a* the number of self-sustaining; .,
succeeding J. H. Kelly River and Harbor Congreat- a* reported In record In the a / featur-
will be
last of
probably the '
deceased Mr.: Crew is a nativeof Itt recommending the citteent for Comptroller's office. their kind. I' attorney who''Isa, candidate for lag a sextet of famous comedians, unemployed who had not yet been

Bradford County and bas always assignment on the advisory coma "Oar. program 1* clear. It''I is ''I:. the Florida Railroad Commission Charlie Ruggles, Mary Boland W. forced to have recourse to public \t
made hi* home at New River He mlttee..Congressman Green advlsej easily understood" J'Utw declared. Farmers who have a' source 'of In Group 2, is making a very intensive Co Fields Alison Skipworth George relief. Toe original Civil Work !'ti
is receiving'congratulation* from the President of the National Rlv- "If carried Into : law. It will give Income other than farming are not peaking campaign. He will Burn and Gracie Allen., program was set to terminate Feb. .,'
his that eligible for.4JMrl'eDCY crop loans. be In Starke within the next few The of the 15./ It la the policy of the Federal
Harbor which
and ,
many, friend on his appoint. era *. Congress our teacher plain Justice;' to our r' story picture '.
meat to the school board." each had always manifested a keen schools their urgent needs, and to The fund.will be used to make weeka and will speak to the,votersof I"I said to be a laugh riot, tells of Relief" Administration In accord. a
Interest In all public affair which I our children their constitutional oan* not exceeding: the cash cost this city In behalf of his candidacy an automobile trip to California I once with the wishes of the Presto ,'
VIOLA'S TAVERN OPEN_ Were for..the Interest .of their.%\trepecttve right" of growing crop during'the year .' r. undertaken by Mr. Ruggle and dent to liquidate the Civil Work ;"
Vtola'* popular lunch room ha counties the state and the Governor Sholt would not commit 934. for summer .fallowing, and i i ej Mis* Boland. To help defray expense Administration as rapidly a* .possible .;

moved from its old location to UM nation.Thoee'recommended, himself on the proposal.. Filer for winter wheat to'be planted in LORD* OPEN STOREMr. : George,Burn and Oracle and to us* all resources avail' ,;{{:;!
.new filling\ station on Road 13 that are:. Harry akt."OJ 934 and harvested In '1930. An and Mrs. J. H. Lord announce Alton go r along, but the trouble able to the relief administration

was recently built by Rlley WasdfnL Browa,' Gane vUl.: Drs:ages 0. -. amount from.th* fund not to exceed .the opening of a.second I they cause more than ,offsets any for needy people only. ;Jtii.
Ii, ... and. Mrs.;.William Geary' and Peek; Ocala:.Roy'B. ChlUawBrono I PBEVATT MANAGES: A. P.* $1.000.000. may i 4 be..uso*. to hand sieve at their born on Madi .financial aid they, J might give. This does not mean that no further .,: ,;

MUe: viola. ae.rr..wllo operate'ti ie son:;'P: KeHey.-FernandinajiJPr.. Ralph. Cotton, who ha managed soak loan ''purchase feed for coq Street They. will be ready for At the,Rita .Tuesday and,Wednesday work opportunities will be pro*', \,
fcuslnesB, are Owen: pleased 'with- L M.'Anderson, Lake City;Chart the A<* r".store her since its livestock la area ,' designated by business>on Saturday: '&I'CIJa10., will be 'The Power,and the vided.but It doe mean that csuch )" i'r.
their, new 'location. They nave Helfensteln,' Live Oak; R. Stanley opening was this week transferred the Governor of the,Farm Credit and.win. be Had to meet1 thetr'old Glory," a picture that was placed, !! person* a*, after, careful /1-'

Plenty of room at, the new' place Adam, Jasper;,T.; Curry Merchant, to the company': .HotUtri. Oft.; Administration a*...4I' upt=I.:jmd .....0IMn sad anyone ..U. ..*. i* on many hats 'of the tint ten TOr veattgatlon, have been adjudged 'a* "r!,t ,

and.ar.. pianola to furnish room' aM.apd.la.-4oe' .A. !ialee.Y.ny,. ;..R. storav,,JffathaPrvmtt wa placed .tom-.trlck.s.Th., fund may pot,4'I In used.of.goody .
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.:.."!', Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community Happenings Us by.Tues.. Noon

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dren were visiting In Alachua\ II is now conducting a revival meet spent Sunday at Water Oak, tile
A' County last Sunday. ing. In Starke. A welcome Is ex- EVERGREEN BOOTSEY'S BEACH guests of Mr. and Mrs W R. Kersey .
!' LAWTEY UAMPTON Lakelandhas I tended to all. Services each eve- and family.
Mrs Alice Fancher of
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J recently been visiting her ning at 7:30.L. : ...... P. A. Roe...... Co*. Oaoklno.
o. J. rump. Lies A d. Nl'.m. C.r. I
mother Mrs. Mary Prevail. B. Bryant of Double Run section -

d O. Haynes and Rev. and Mrs. was a visitor In this section Mrs. Samson Crews and children

D. W Moore, who Is employed In Frank Gardner and family of Cooke were transacting business In Thursday. "w Mrs. Maggie Forsyth of Jackson-: of Macclenny are spending several
week-end withJ. Starke last Monday.Mrs. villa Is spending a few days herewith Mrs.
Tallahassee, spent the week-end Branford spent the days here with her daughter,
P t here visiting his family. L. Williams and family. J. Pursley spent the week- relatives. Emma Prlvett.,
? Jacksonville Mermon Morgan and Miss Ruth end with her daughters in Palatka. Gum Branch Mrs. J. S. Rosier was visiting her Y
Ik Miss Emlty Kennard of the Williams, who are teaching in the Miss Hazel Underhill spent the I daughter, Mrs. Willie Reddish, Sat- Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and
y+ was visiting here over Rising School spent the week-end week-end with her parents In Elizabeth Damage Cor. urday. children of Woodlawn were visiting. t
relatives here Sunday.Mr.
friends and
with their here. Starke. Mr.
Mrs. Hester Sapp Is visiting
J..M. Tatum of DeLand Is Rev. G. E. will ,1 A. Moody of
i week. McGauley preachat and Mrs. A. B. Rosier near Lawtey and ,Mrs. C.
i Visiting relatives here this has the Baptist Church next Sunday, Miss Gladys Keene spent the this week. Belmore were visiting relativesand Oldest Fire Engine
>: Miss Luella Tatum, who morning and evening.J. week-end with Miss Mary Reddish. friends here last Thursday.Mr. :
SAXTONMrs. Thursday
been visIting here returned to her W Home and returnedto Bernard spent in America
Ny1" family Misses Louise! and Agnes Sapp Law.
with Arthur Austin
', borne at DeLand Saturday. their home here last Sunday eve- w. A. Tyler, Cor. spent the week-end with Miss night I and Mrs Moncey Thompson
( Miss Lucille Plummer Is visiting, ning after a visit with friends and Doris Burney. tey.Miss and Mrs. S. H. Thompson of Wood- B>fll ta EM_ h. 1698..i Ieshteh. -.....i.
i in Miami this week. relatives In Georgia.A Miss Melba demons has returned : Luclla Forsyth and brother, lawn were visiting Mr. and Mrs.B. ..... ...* In 1763-vlut. ..,.,....
Mrs. T. J. Terry was called to beautiful program was givenat Mr. and Mrs.'Ed Carson of Chicago to her home after spendingsome Eugene, of Jacksonville spent Sunday L. Prlvett Saturday night. _It WMiM' vrfiM twbytrllh 1

Tampa Saturday because of the the Methodist Church last Sun who are spending the winter time at Plant City with her here with their grandmother, Mrs. J. L. Gaskins has been con- I.II.ui.ly. _I..... IM. ant q.d.u.l. .
death of her brother, N. A. Brad- day evening by the young people of here in the home of Mrs. W. K. brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rotler. fined to her home for several days .. .a..........a fam* I. U.,. Old
dock. there.. Waldo. Swanbom. left Friday for a visit Mrs. Otis Morgan. 'with a Severe attack of the flu. We World Mil Ik* N... II Miimwl' d.,.
+ Roberts and Ruth Earl Mosely and J. D. Sapp were birth *1 Motk. tn 1 lluuranc. M.. _
,Ja Its Mrs. O. W. DeLand over Mrs. Mary Ackley Is leaving this In Dundee. Archie Hayes of Georgia is visit- Clifton Rosier Saturday I'wish her a speedy recovery. ..el..tlo.. ..MWMltjr.If .
Rowe were visiting at week for St. Cloud where she will The many friends of J. A. Tyler ing here with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. visiting Elwood Crews spent a few days
the week-end. be the guest of her sister for several were sorry to learn that his barn Harnage. ,C afternoon. this week In Jacksonville: with relatives thu old roclM could ulkrg It .dd

to 1 r Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins were weeks. was destroyed by fire last Friday Mr and Mrs. T N. Norman were : R. S. Rosier and daughter, .....ackqiMl... Mid your 1 liMUmac,,-for you IN p.

4 p hopping in Jacksonville Tuesday. Marvin Blrt of Gainesville was afternoon. the guests of their parents Mr. and. Louise;; Misses Pauline and Jua- Algie Crawford has gone to
The Lawtey Junior High School transacting business here last Sat- Miss Marie Lee Winn of Starke Mrs. J. N Norman,'Sunday. nita, J. E. and Bernard Rosier, at- Jacksonville where he has accepted HAROLD C. 'WALLINSURANCE
Thursday held commencement exercises urday. was visiting Mrs. W. A. Tyler There will be prayer meeting at
k 11 at the auditorium with ten Ms. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonand Thursday.Rev. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed- tended the commencement exer } position with the Barthorlf dairy.
G rraduates. Supt. L. F. Chapman Mrs. M. L. Watterson and chil Leslie Hicks of this section wards Friday night. dace in Lawtey Thursday night. I Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford and STARKE FLO KID V
y of the State Farm was the principal : .

t speaker of the Interesting evening and address delivered "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---Nothing New To Henrietta ---By POP MOMAND

a very ..
; P; after which Supt..A. J. Griff delivered -- -
fa to the following; ALOYSIUS R + 1 vI YOU'RE NOT
1; a Y diplomas MS C INIS TMI$ 19 ( JUST:: HIRED NOW
I Ourj Nnw ?
Grace Arwood. Othma Norman, % HOPB 6FIL'Lt. LII<9 TNAT,51-IC GOOD LOOI Pt % Charles Dinkins, Simeon Phillips, YOUR COAT ss ALL RI6HT- 01.4 OU HTTA EeLA ARe AoauT YDUR GOOKW6, w1NATb I3AY'Al30uT
;, Van Burney, Blrt Rosier Clarence AR '

9. Parker, Clarence Hardee. 4 ,?., T
; Mrs. E. B. Wells was visiting .In t HULLO, ptrMuLDA -
,Lake Butler Tuesday. '' r 1 IMi1 l/' t1 rr1
I L/
s w Mrs. W. F. Moore is visiting in

.Ocala this week.
'f W. H. Edwards was transacting n; I It
+. business In Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday.
i" y4+' Miss Bessie Terry who Is employed -

..g In Jacksonville, visited here

+ Charles Beck of the U. S. Marine

Corps, of Charleston,.S. C., is visiting .
) relatives here this week.
If Mrs. D. 1.. Blackburn, who was a

:member of the high school 1 faculty, .
returned to her borne at /Sanderson :: -

Friday. THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR. It Pavs To Advertise

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I t ... Rwa Z.l.l.r. C.... OVER FOR. T A UTTU. QAM 'd010NT rORM fIN'1 OulR /V\Y HOUSe WHEN
% 4 H OUT!'
Mrs. J. W.+, Moore and son,
; ? Charles, of Valdosta Ga., are visitIng -
the former's aunt, Miss Ida
o Hogan.1 Dt6DAST hIGNT -
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. H.

$ ; D. May are grieved to learn that 11
J; k their home burned recently.Mr. I I
and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and
y' daughters Rhoda and Ruth were
'" visiting relatives in Waldo Sunday
afternoon.. /
A Christian Union social was
given at the Christian Church ref -
f cently. Many games were enjoyed.
;' Miss Ineta Saxon of Hampton
spent Thursday night with Miss

Ethel Packham. .t
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adklns of
Jacksonville were visiting the tat .

sg ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I .
+, Swindell, Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. = :1'0.. -
John Jordan and small ...

daughter her of parents Putnam, Mr.Hall and'were Mrs.visIting S. '.'1'HEMAINTHING.ONM: l1N ,STREET 7.. By L ,F. Van Zelm

R. Swindell Monday afternoon. ,... .
?. :visiting Jesse Adkins his sister of,Jacksonville Mrs R.,M. Her-was tinily; Jhzes r +I llrl! r MIR.4CLIi flO lAq LvIY 'fAL E.'J Ii"to!,:,

1i sey Sunday. 'l'l nt.'I otfL"t ..1// ;
l Mrs. Mamie Kauffman and Rob MAIN NEYISg10iAR: .Em. 1 T f / /r \ : Ny 1'401'T'\ REAL; -I 14 A
ert Dodd were visiting In DeLand LKJOXHG I NOSSV l I'IIRA..LI.T
r Mb/
?t and Mrs.,. W. W. Packham DAY AT 4ur co "' I+w'./ EFPORT CAN
FbsT O e aH naawa yo Tanta crams. Aeer+att iI t+a ettalt QUIT P
H' and children were visiting relatives GENERAL STORE I ACCOMPLIJHDOLLAR .
y; In Waldo Sunday.M. f sohr
L. Trtest of Gainesville is vis- 1 Dl't.IIIAQMt' rood I uncLAe+ea r
tq Ring his neice, Mrs. W. W. Pack- AT T4Ii GCNCQAlft. S1bI2& jJ cii csivA &.1-"f1S1K I I

.'I ham.Mr. HOSPITAL DID A Mf wet !if UN )
and Mrs. William Packhamof BIG nEcER (
KN 1
Waldo are visiting the former's ft ; J KMBSH BAtJtA&I '
parents Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Pack- 4AL6 'wRrBOtli ? I K.R5MAL 1:1 e _
n ham.Mr.. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and M.L. .GGT 4oME&OattIQVt it4d- _: M GATX ..,_. .... tiENTptiN :

( small daughter. Wanda, of Rising, +@ NON GOT IIG- : i l l [}_,.,,,, e .
were visiting at the home of Mrs.C. Gin Ate: ten oar r :
Sullivan Sunday. aatkD ON. i .
6trte .arsvral NOT MUDOROTHY- __ ___ )i1 M.TwTOOU
D AT taST'6'9 et1. ,
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HIM Vera amlmvf,C_. .
:DARNlT f ByharMc I tucnDONT

"n Mr, and 'Mrs. L. Morgan, and -
At 'children, who have made their I .... \KNpW t S OH PARDON MLA "
home here for a number of years, CTryg T BUGDOMK 1 TNOUQHT'ITvMS'
s have recently moved to Tampa. We 1n ". 60! DID
In their new
wish them success ,1 IV. 1 THATFlSrl
4 home.
Mrs. R. W. Brannen and daughter I OH' You .
ft Pauline, of Lake Butler spent I ( '
-4 fo ,the week-end here with her parents D0 Bte Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. : \
.,.. L. R. Waters, H. P. Gainey and I II
Wade Harrell were attending to II I
business. in Starke Monday. I
B. Johns of Starke was attending I,

", to business here Friday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Tom Baxter and
a.children. of Jacksonville spent the
'" week-end here with friends and rel rI
pl :atives.. .... .. -
Rev. O. E. McGauley, Ivan Ha- -
t% sen. Malcolm Lewis, Mrs. L. D. -

Polk and Miss. Madeline Hasen $34 -- '.
were attending to business In : E7 -- :: '- '- ;
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TORNADOES LOSE Senior PersonalitiesEllen 8TH GRADE HAS 'Gossip From A To Z DRAMA SHOWING Bright Sayings

Louise Jackson was born The Juniors and Seniors are already
= Billy P.: "What would you think, ;
Devoted to the Best Intermit of CAGE TOURNEY June 31!, 1916, in the metropolitan CHAPEL FRIDAYMrs. beginning to talk about the FOR NEXT WEEK sweetheart If I should whisper' .
district of Quincy HI.. She made much ,looked-forward-to Junior- ,1
man SCHOOL you were a harp of many
Lack this town here home for fourteen :-- Senior prom. All over the campus '
Of Proves Drawback strings? 'r '
Support Perkins"Home
I Patrons and 'Alumnae. Room Deals Miss Middle-ton's Spoken English
students years, moving to Starke In the year la heard the familiar question: '
Team-Boys Did Their With History And Devotional I ClIMB Reports Excellent June S.: "I should wonder dear '+'
1930. Louise
Best plays an Importantpart are you going to wear'l"'The k
STAFF NumbersThe I Show if you thought I waa a lyre.
EDITORIAL \In keeping the B. H. S. Jour- following editorial was taken J

The Bradford High Tornado nal ball rolling occupying the hon Eighth-Grade in from last week's Bradford County Mr. Gray: "What-is density" 4 ,
tto..edEdltor-ln-Chlet! room wan As you know the Spoken English -
seat of
Kitty orary literary editor. She
Dorothy Sapp-A..st. EdItor-ln-Chlef quintet dropped their ,two initial charge of the weekly assembly program Telegraph: "Bradford County will Class is presenting the play John I.; "I can't exactly defineit
possesses a high degree of Intelligence -
S. R. John*.___.-...Manaffln Editors'umter contests lathe district cage tour- ; ..A.." on her report card and presented a period of Interesting have a Senior Class this year that "Elmer" on Wednesday afternoon but I can .give you a good illustration
Harley--Aeet. Manas Editor nament at Jacksonville and were can match large towns \In numbers of it..
: ,historical figures and March 14. from 2:00: to 3:00: o'clock.
matter of
come as
a the
course; looks and Intelligence. Thanks
Lola LongExchange Editor eliminated from further participation. Twelfth honor roll numbers First Vernle Phillip The characters are as follows: Mr. Gray: "The illustration you i
__ .. Ex. Editor The tournament consistently! Eugene) We appreciate those kind
Marwlck A t. was held In read
Dorothy bears her name. Louise's a portion of scripture and Elmer Collier fourteen yeArs old have already; given ia enough-sit
Loulna Jack.on.Llt.ra'Y EditorLOel.9 the Lee High gymnasium In River- many; then led the Lord's Prayer by the words. -Sullivan Carter. down."" ,
Snyder Asst. Literary Editor side. The first of their games was likes Include hot dogs, walking. entire body. All then saluted thflag. Martha Georgia. Dot and Lula Susan Collier sixteen tomorrow i
Lester Schnell______Sports Editor played Friday at 2:30: and the other and baseball. Her chief dislikes is recently said that they liked to Kitty Hogsed. A. W Anderson what
the : "My along
Editor screen West. Her
Leslie BlgrgsA8 Bporti one on Saturday at an hour earlier. scream Robert Jackson ride in dump.trucks. Wonder how
cleared "
the Jeanie
seventeen Liberty
Collier that la
lanky girl over there! '
Adktns_____.__Soclety Editor life work is as yet undecided but r
Lois The tournament swung into action mystery of why February has they like It when it la raining? Whltf leld.Jonie I
W. used
Hugh : "She to be
Ilonry! Godwin________Jok. Editor we are sure she could succeed at long f
A.W. Anderson Jr., Asat. Joke Editor Friday morning at 8:00: o'clock almost any line. twenty-eight days. The Emperor They should know after Sunday.The Collier her twin-June and lanky. But now she's tall and r
with the favored Jackson outfit I Augustus after naming the la greatly Whitfield. 4 (
Lever ...Bsporter eighth following question stately. She just Inherited a million ,
Auentertainman! stamping out a 40-11 verdict over month of the year after himself. puzzling the Spoken English Class: Miss Lusia Pinney, an old maid dollars." -. +

1 Martha. Brownle6Repol't.1'Primary Baldwin. At 9:30 Hastings and Kitty Everett Hogsed was bornIn found that he needed just one more< Who was Miss Hazel thinking of dressmaker-Bunnie Canova. -, oy,

and Elementary Macclenny took the court the latter Cornelia Ga., on July 25: 1915.: I I.day to make thirty-one like six: of the other day whe nshe threw her, Mra. Collier-Kathern Haynes. Mary: "Do you know why your

emerging with a 32-13 victory, : She moved to Starke while she wa the other months had. So what did brand new handkerchief in the Fannie Bella? ? ? ? ? .hair baa electricity '

Mason City eked out a 30-28 decis- In the Seventh Grade and has been he do but borrow one of February waste paper basket? Maybe you Hubert Brown seventeen. E. Lester A.: "Eh-No. Why?"

Calendar Of Events ion over Lake Butler, and Green an outstanding pupil of this class days and add it to August? know the answer. Anyway we nave Wall, Jr.Russell. Mary: "Because It Is attachedto

Cove and Palatka wound up the ever since. Kitty's greatest ambition Next Hazel Crews unreeled along an idea. Jameson seventeen-Billy a dry cell." '

March 8-Elementary chapel 1 morning's festivities with the latter ia to be a school teacher and list of notable birthdays that The new wing to the school Parker. 4
going under by a 26-28 score. she is getting quite a bit of prac- occurred in the month of
program with Mrs. February. building Is rising rapidly-In fact Pansy a nondescript dog. Circus Manager: "Well what'a
Hart's Fourth GradeIn At 1:30: the Lee High Generals appeared tice now by substituting for various These Included George Washington so rapidly that it will be completed This play to a comedy which will wrong now'l"IndiaRubber p

charge of program. on their own court and teachers. Kitty has a very; Abraham Lincoln and Horace before we hardly realize that it has keep you laughing for days after Man: "Every time
racked up a 53-10 score over Crescent sunny disposition and Is always remembered Greeley.L. been atarted. wards. The plot is as follows: y
March 8-High School Combined "her After the Strong Man writes a letter he
by giggle.
Glee Club under City. once it O. Jones then gave some ofWashington's : Last week was theme week In Elmer Collier Is a "pretty awful"boyhe's uses me to rub out the mistakes" k,
hearing never quite re
At 2:30: Bradford you rules of conduct just at the awkward ado.lescent
High's own -
the direction of Mrs. cover. She is editor-in-chief of this the. Senior English Class. (It was .
famed basketeera took the court which made' him an outstanding; age. But he la not quite ao I Mra.
Wall. and from the results can just two days but seemed like a I Long: "Name three ofShakespeare's 1
anxious and hopeful, plus home- paper you social figure as well as the com- "hopeless"'1 as his sisters think he "
School famous works
chapel week
March 0-High tell that she is a capable one. When to them.) Mrs. Long had repeated -
made shorts plus a reserve roster mander-ln-chlef of the American la-and when you see how he Woodfln
with Miaa :
program this young lady "becomes old" 1 1Is it the assignment for the second "King Liar McBath ?
:Mlddleton'a Seventh of three men and adorned with her desire to get married and Army add the first President of the days and after the "Oh's," and"Ah'a" cornea to the rescue of poor Susan and Omelet" J|,f T
long sleeved, hot football jerseys United States. who never got a "break" with the
Grade in, charge. had ceased she expressedour -
live in Lawtey( 1)). She likes: out-
from last season as It were that Beatrice Mosely, pianist next beautiful twins around you grow Senior "How
March 11-Special Girls Glee door sports a certain S. A. E., togo sentiments exactly by reciting : are you gettingalong
looked like anything but a played a solo. awfully fond of him and shriek
Club. representation to the State Farm to visit Law the following poem; at home since your mother's _
of Bradford High School. Some reminiscences with laughter also. "
then been
March 14-Spoken English toy and Glee Club. She dislikes: were "Of all sad words of tongue or pen away?
dada play. "Elmer." Making a long atory short they cooking strenuous work and argu- brought to light by Clarice Gill- The saddest of these are write You will be able to see this very Other Senior: "Oh life la much, ,
looked like something the cat reminiscences of Seniors of 1
lDl' today again." human amusing, and popular play lens complicated. I can now put
OUR SPONSOR, dragged in, if you please and the who were in the Eighth Grade with i for the small price of five cents my socks on from either end""
... boys could not help their cause in Mrs. Perkins five years ago. Some (first six grades) and ten cents to
the least The team Carolyn Inez Hutto was born In of these HI-Y CLUB MAKES'
was pitted recollections written by; all others. A nice prize will be
fundamental of a school Mrs. Long.: late
The part "Why are you p
Coleman Fla. in the 19lt
against the strong Ketterllnua year Mrs. Perkins were S. R. Johns given to the child In any of the "
is Its sponsor.. The kind of GOALS TO SHOOTAT 'I this morning, Dorothy
paper She has blue and brown hair
High Mullets from St. Augustine.The eyes first case of, puppy-love and LotAdklns' first six grades holding the lucky Dot "
that have depends upon ; "Zaawaatgn.
paper you Tornadoes held their and stands five feet one (she never
the sponsor; in short if you-do not in'the own surprisingly has to worry about reducing). early romances. I DURING TERM number. Mrs. Long: "What has that to
have an interested sponsor the pa- well first half the Carolyn In addition to being a A quartette of girls from the You should not miss this play for do with It?" Ili
at 912. A '
per will not be a very good one. score once standing thriving Senior, occupies the honorary Eighth Grade( next sang a song! Project Of Reconditioning Princi TWO reasons: First you will regret Dot: "The sign said 'School u

The B. H. S. Journal Is most for- hope tered for until victory the final was not fully when shat- and exalted position of bead< "Dear High School Days." Marjorie .,al'lI Office First On it, and lost but not least the Ahead-.Go Slow'."

tunate in having for its sponsorMrs. period, of the librarians of our school. It Stump played the accompaniment ScheduleThe Spoken English Class la grealy in -
the Mullet DuPont and
T. T. Long. She ia very much forwards would be foolish to enumerate'all I need of the money so that they can "What Is a pedestraln I'aw'l"

Interested in the paper and is very Pearce began sinking baskets with her likes but these are a few of "Sketches from the World Book local unit of the Hl-Y organ buy a "secret" for the school. "It to a person with ,a wife,
enthusiastically supporting it. If deadly fourteen aim. points Mullets In a row rackedup to them: Good sports, singing dancIng of 2000" featuring today's B. H. ization met Wednesday afternoon The public to Invited. Don't fail daughter two sons, and a car."
the B. H. S. Journal ia not a good Slana names in encyclopedias to come. -
boost the to 26-9. crocheting and brunettes. Her ta 1:30: o'clock the presentees be-
paper it is most certainly not her score few dislikes include studying when about seventy years from now- ing' Sullivan Carter Robert Chapman John: "I don't like the looks of, 7
The Tornadoes drew first blood Carolyn Hutto Charles 1934 "
Ponder Football that halibut.
a good show comes to town,. and Edwin Torode Lester Austin
Besides her many duties as the immediately after the initial tip teasy boys She favors secretarial Mignon Sisson'" and Marjorie Joe Shufford S. R. Johns and Norman Fish Dealer: "Well, if It's looks

Journal sponsor she Is one of the off when Norman Johns guard work in case the ever puts her Stump 4 I I Johns. Members on the absent With spring football trainingnear you're after you better buy some"of
made a beautiful one-handed shot Mr. Gray then took the "
stage those mister.
Senior Class sponsors. This alone shoulder to the wheel.S. list included Richard Thede, at hand. It seems that we gold fish
from the side of the court that for his customary announcements
would keep her busy. Then she is I Merrill Edwards A. E. Wall and could say a few things about the ,
1 for the school library. An drew great applause. Bedenbaughthen after which the "Seniors may past Charles Pender "S. R., what would a land flow-,1,
sponsor R. Johns born In Hampton
sank another fine long shot was first. tag with milk and honey be like?" }
explanation of the many duties We to hear that Coach
and crowd cheered tremendously.The Florida a handsome baby It way decided that the club are "
connected with this Is unnecessary.. majority of the spectators (boy), September 19, 1915.: His should launch a project namely Larson ia almost certain he will be "Sticky. j

So we should not only congratulate were backing the Starke team for family moved to Starke when he HI SOCIETY reconditioning of Principal Gray'soffice with us another season. We hopeto a

our sponsor of the paper for hand was two years old. He has resided in the near future. Discus have another fine team In the SMALL EPIDEMIC

her untiring efforts in making thata throughout they were the given contest a big here ever since, being educated In Informal Social Chat From All sions also concerned the purchasing coming season under the captaincyof STRIKES SCHOOL

success but we should. remember and will of Merrll Edwards, quarterback.
All the boys did their best and Bradford High School, B. II. S. an electric clock for the
that' she has also many other duties played a fine of ball. It is have completed high school this school by this year's HI-Y club. The recent changes and altera. VIA "ROSEOLAS"Minor I

which she performs with just as no disgrace for game a team of our size year. Almost as far back as we can A review of the parties given This project however will receive dons In the football rules have a ;
much enthusiasm.A S. R. has been consideration after trend to make the game even more -
to lose to a team like the Mullets. remember a lady's among the Juniors and Seniors more funds
did well under man. From the Indications of the during the month of February: shall have been deposited id the exciting and make the scares higher. Form Of Measles Cause

BOON FOR LOCAL SHOWS the They conditions.exceedingly way S. R. dresses he probably regards One of the outstanding affairs of: treasury. The removal cf the five-yard Much Commotion In Student f "1
Schaf fner and Marx penalty for two successive Incom- Body During Week I I"TIn
Hart as the month was a bridge party A ten or fifteen minute programof
Be it a bouquet or a brickbat a the three greatest Americans. He given by Miss Lois Adklns at her entertainment will be providedat II plete passes will encourage much -
few words here in regard to Brad- Etiquette more The removal of the a back corner of our HomeRoom
likes: girls (yen, any of them). home 243 North Walnut Street in the next meeting the program passing.
ford High School's loyalty in attending sleeping, eating walking around, honor of her cousin Miss Margaret committee for next meeting consisting rule preventing passes five yards we see a group of boys and

shows sponsored and produced What should a person say on and bossing. He dislikes working Adkins of Gainesville. The home of Sullivan Carter and Lester Inside the line of scrimmage will girls. My it looks aa though we

either by local talent or by taking leave of someone he or she examinations: and ringing the bells was beautifully decorated with Austin. They will deliver a few bring on many more exciting pass were having court. There goes the h,

traveling performers wouldn't be has just\ met S. R.'s main ambition Is to becomea early spring ,/lowers. :Miss Lois vocal numbers playa, such as combined lateral jury over to the victim;' now they 1

amiss. This fact is further deline- Ans. After an Introduction when doctor, long received high prize and the and forward passes. The abolishment are making the decision. Ah, she aARP
ated when the fact that the lamented you have talked for some time to a honor guest was awarded a dainty The club la to draw up a constl- of the touchback on a pass bas It-Roneolal ks ,

athletic fund has only local stranger and you then take leave SURVEY REVEAsMANY guest prize. Later In the after tutlon at its next meeting. The over the line will make this one of Next we go to short-hand clais..

shows to rely upon for Its deliverance you say "Goodbye. I am very gladto noon the hostess assisted by her members have entered into the the features of the game. The Here comes one of the classmates .

Is taken into consideration.This have met you" or "Goodbye I STUDENTS mother served a tempting salad spirit of this work with zeal and change In moving the ball In frofin late. What is the matter She to

observer recalls .distinctly hope I shall see you again soon." course to the twelve Juniors and new members are to be voted on at the sidelines to only ten yards aa blushing as If she were a fair maid.

when a few years in the past thata The other persons answers "Thank NOT FLORIDIANSMany Seniors present. an early date.SCHOOL. compared to fifteen previously will en In June. Oh, I see. Mra. Alvarez

show sponsored by old Alma you." or perhaps adds ''1 hope so, Another "much enjoyed" partyof put a cramp on many types of says that she has the roseola.I

Mater was attended by a magnanimous too." State Represented In Brad- the month was a "vanishing' tea" SPONSORS play. Just when we are getting settled l

audience of enthusiastic pa- ford High Student Body, given by Miss Dorothy Sapp at her Coach Larson has been negotiating In Hlatory-4 Class what should

trons. And the majority of this attendance May a girl refuse to change partners Statistics! ShowA home on Cherry Street. The guests 'LOOK OUT LIZZIE'Play on several games for next fall. happen but another pretty red

was composed of pupils when another cuts In? greatly enjoyed the many contests He has already come to terms with face Ia at the door. It to none other ''

from all grades of the school. They Ans. No. This Is the worst phaseof recent survey was made of! and games prepared for them by To Be Presented here AfterA "Fix": Plerson who has guaran than Merrill Edwards saying "I ,
paid their cheered the their hostess. The Successful teed him $50 for a night game with have It." !"
two-bits the cutting la custom those who the high school to find out what outstanding Showing AtMason
performers and no rumors alongthe particularly want to dance together per cent of the pupils were born in event of the afternoon was the Impersonation City his Ketterllnus High Mullets at St. The funny thing about it Is that ''

money's worth angle were are often unable to take more Florida. This survey revealed that of- well known movie Augustine. Mr. Larson also wishes roseola victims go out of school ),

heard. Thus the athletic fund feasted than ,', dozen steps before being in only 2:5.: >& per cent of the attendant! stars by the different guests. They "Look Out Lizzie" farce-comedy to get Columbia High at Lake City smiling. I guess they would laugh .

off the fat of the land; no debtto terrupted. Occasionally a girl refuses -' of Bradford High were natives of each drew'' a. name of a famous directed by Jack Warde Bowden of and also Palatka at home here next out loud If they could see them ,

aggravate grey hairs on the but this is considered very Florida. movie star and the results of some Hollywood, Calif., proved to be one season. I selves.
heads of the school officials., bad form.
Far removed from this happy seated The following to a few of amusing. After a very enjoyable school entertainment ever pre ent. that: he will call a spring practice that they are keeping the trail ),

reminiscence is the picture of a Is it correct for a young man to r the states which claim the birth afternoon the hostess served dainty ed In tola section of the state. The session Immediately so that he can hot Lola Long Lois Adklns. Bun-j

scant dotting of fans listlessly tolerating offer his arm to a girl when walk- place of some of our students and refreshments of sandwiches and play was recently presented at Mason drill his men on the plays he expects :- nie Canova Carlle Faulkner Doro-

a really good show the faraway Ing regardless of time? said states: Georgia 6; Illinois 7; cocoa to the twelve young ladles City by the Junior-Senior to use under the new rules. thy Sapp. Dorothy Turner Ree

gaze of their eyes lazily surveying i Ana: No. Unless the street Is South Carolina ft;: Tennessee. 3: present. group In high school there. It drewa lie wishes to have bill men know Thede and 3. R. Johns have had It. ,"

the stage canvas rather crowded or rough or other similar California, 0; New Mexico 2, 'and Speaking of "Lovely Parties," I record crowd and went over so the playa. well when, fall practice Some very bright student told ti

than the actors. Perhaps someone circumstances impede he does not Maryland 1, heard that the Seniors had a wonderful good that It has already been requested begins. the teachers that grownups didn't

would say something about the declining offer his arm to her In the daytime. No wonder Mrs. Myrtlces' Civics time at the party given for that it be presented else- ELEMENTARY ASSEMBLY get It, but some have it now.

standard of the actors' of- However. In accompanying a girl class has so much fun studying them last Friday night by Miss where. The audience was In a con- Watch out teachers!

ferings. Well, who could blame at night anywhere a gentleman always the methods of our country's government Beatrice Minor of Lawtey. It was inual laugh from beginning to end. The Elementary grades held Now the day to done and I am ;

them If you were a famous lit- offers his arm, with representatives fromso a "slumber party" and the guests Young Bowden to one of the their weekly assembly Thursday compelled to believe that we have

erary composer and the publication FRANCES FANS.INTRODUCiNO many different states to contrib- left Starke about six o'clock with youngest directors In the country the third period.. The program an epidemic.I .

which had formerly pur- ute their part. hats on and suitcases In hand. and people here who know him will opened with a song,. prayer and

chased your manuscript regularly After all had arrived they were be glad to hear of this success, flag salute by the entire assembly.The HEARDMartha -
were to suddenly and for no appar- served a chicken plleau dinner. There has been a good bit of publicity -
Lost And Found program was then turned
ant reason let you down do you I Imagine openinyour desk andfindlnl' After this delicious dinner a few about him of late In many to
over Miss Eunice Perkins' grade
Brownlee the
think the enthusiasm In your work chewing gum candy hand of the boys called and the guests ewspapera. He to a former Lake which had charge of the spent
would remain as high as before? kerchiefs tickets to theatre or LOST-Three days of school because danced and played games until a City: boy. and went to Hollywoodtwo The program. week-end la Gainesville where she
was aa follows:
So with actors. some surprising gift there. This of roseola. If found returnto late hour. The guests were kept years ago with a career in dramatics program attended the military ball Fridaynight.

With this fact in view let's make happens to be one of the pleasures A. ,W. Anderson. awake half"of the night by a few as his object. He attendedone Group. song, by seven boys and When she left Friday at r"
'Better Attendance for Better of the Seniors. Peanuts each, con- of the more talented Seniors of the oldest schools on the Jack noon she was very charmingly! ; ,'

Shows" our motto, and then watch taining the name of a person were FOUND-A B.H.S. epidemic of showing off." They danced sang West Coast and thoroughly studied his harmonica.Halle played two selectionson dressed In anew spring outfit of
white and black. I heard that
old man Athletic Debt decrease to drawn by the Twelfth Graders. roseola ; owner come and take and recited poetry until late. Then dramatics acting aa well aa direct- "The Old she
Spinning Wheel sung had a wonderful time yy
a minimum amount. Each pupil must do something for your article away at once please. they quieted down a little. After Ing. While In school h* began
by Mary Lorraine Stockwell and
his "peanut. This la a good opportunity Bradford County High School. breakfast the next morning the working in pictures and has had Harold Bishop. those Chapman was also among: a

look pherr "Now little girl, : to adopt Mr Cray's motto nine Senior girls. present returnedto good parts In several features. He "March" reading, by five boys. Gainesville attending the military ball ia
way and you'll see a pret- but changing It some to "Keep LOST-One sweetheart Her name Starke. was in the graduating class of '30at "March Wind Friday nightThe
reading, by Leon- first March given";
ty birdie." ahead of your peanut" before he 'Katie"; description, looks like Lake City and will probably be ard party
I Smith. by the Juniors' and Seniors i ,
:Modern Yourgster: "Oh let's cornea along. The two Twelfth .her twin staterVlrgillJa. The lost A celebrated singer was in an remembered around here since he "Holland" and "' was a'stag '
not be absurd; e'.pase the plate and Grades are combined more fun is I wall seen with Hudson Turner. If automobile accident one ..sa)'. A played football in '28 and '29. reading, by boy party" given by Henry Gol- t

"t's have It over with." Involved. Much guesswork as to ,found, return to Billy Saunders and paper after recording the accident, I The High School will sponsor "Clrl.Dance by six girls. win Lawtey.Friday I heard night that at hia the home twelve In fi '

the identity of peanuts to carriedon receive reward. added: "We are happy to a 4d that "Look Out Lizzie" here in Starke i "It Isn't Any Trouble Just to boys present had a wonderful time ,,rs ,
Teacher: '"Why u It' have but It remains to be seen bow he able to ,
you was appear the following and it will be presented on Friday 8-M-I-L-E," sung by the entire .
only ten lines o; ;milk.' while the secrets can be kept. Mr. Gray: "Give me an example evening la four pieces" torch 18. From all reports It will Fifth Grade I. Absolute aero, the where .f>' +5'
rest of
the ,
"Jasa bsa f of foreign entanglements.
pages keep you laughing from beginningto After this entertaining programMr. heat ceases to exist, ia 273 degrees "
William W.j 'T wrote on con Buying on the In.tallment"plan Class (all together): "A meal ofapssb.tU. Clothing, textile and foodstuff end. People who have teen It Gray made several announce- below freeslng point on a cent. (
densed milk, ma'am.- to ia Mexico.' .". Industries in ..,;
becoming popular Germany are ,riving.Y say. "Don't miss IV ments., grade thermometer. '"
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g! Large Attendance i :, AMAZE ,A MINUTE' I I Cabbage Pickle*. ,. Church Services: Sunday at will the be First In 1apUst

'Jocietylj Each circle of the Woman's Methodist Missionary L SCIENTIPACTS -::-''IBY ARNOLD 'One peck ot finely chopped"cabbage Rev ':C. B. Price,of Miami.,charge Who will ot '
Society of the preach both
Church had a large attendance at I ; one bunch;, of 'ceiery,,)/,foitr'large sermons.. A morning cordial and evenln
invitation k'
1I 1 the meetings Monday afternoon, I bell) peppers, five onions, and extended to all these .

I, ?F'' -- .. and much enthusiasm was shown El1INo EBER6S/ hot and red green peppers to taste, ---.w- servicesWOODMEN ,
in the work of the church. I MET
""ll) : B. T1{ P. U. Entertained Mrs. Pitts Attends Circle No. 1 was entertained at .f Tile rluusooue ateoltlrr onf all chopped fine. Add one-half cup Woodmen of the World '

At 'Washington ''Party Family ReunionMr. the home of Mr. and Mrs1. L. A. lP ,, y 11AT(! TROWN ocn ar m. Oerinq Ae0or of salt and let stand for two hours, Friday night V8:00: o'clock. meetta All ,

{, Davis. Early spring'flowers'were / sp o on YBLLOWSTCM DhRK then boll for five minutes. urged to be present ar
tuj, The Senior B. Y. P. U.. of the and Mrs. L. M. Sullivan entertained used In profusion to-'decorate'' Ute : : 1 wouLe eteLT rHRH TONS of ice pen group of new candidates aa a large
; i7; First Baptist Church was enter. their children last week large living room where the'guests ,' ...COND.i Then squeeze out all the cabbage initiated } are to h.

,"?q,: i tamed on Friday evening:, Feb. 23, end at their home In Ashburn, Ga., were seated. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, mixture dry and add It to three :

\\\.ieit: with, a George Washington birth on the eve of their departure for circle leader, presided'over the pints of boiling vinegar to which _, ... _u 1_' __- '
...If' day party at the home of Sheriff Clovis, N. M., where they will be business session, and Mrs. F; H. has been added four pounds'' of
,fit; 9... and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. The located Indefinitely with their.son, Long conducted the' worship serv- sugar, and one teaspoonful each of Say it with Flower

,It''' rSq; lower floor of this lovely home Verna, a resident of Clovis. ice. The program, which dealt allspice and cinnamon. Boll for r... ., '' mil. i.t
+ which lends itself BO well for entertaining For the past year Mr. Sul1lvan'Ibealth with conditions In the Brazil mis five minutes. Then mix two table-
and spoonfuls of tumeric, one jar of Flowers For All
'! :, was effectively decorated has been failing he was sion field, was discussed by Mrs. .
j.t l i\ with email flags red, white advised by the family physician to I;. F. Smith and Mrs. O. L. Haynes prepared mustard, two tablespoon. OccasionsGERTRUDE
and blue and small red move to a higher and dryer fuls of flour with enough water to
? : paper
t f.'k crepe
At the close of the meeting 'the .
.. .. ..
fiJ ., 1batchete, which formed an Ideal climate.Mr. Hostess served light refreshments make a thin paste, and add to the M "'- mtt9
: IJ affair. had the "' boiling mixture, and boll real hard
t setting for such a delightful and Mrs. Sullivan ; to twenty-two
guestsMrs. ,
>{! :j ,? The guests were greeted upon following children and grandchildren -' W. P. Smith and Mrs: W. G. for three minutes. Remove from GODBEY
.It t \; !t---I er their arrival by Mr. and Mrs. present for the week-end: Halle were joint hostesses to Circle fire and seal while hot A heavy KINLAW

;'t ,r George Washington, impersonated Mrs. J. H. Pitts and son of No.2, at the home of the former. aluminum or'enamel pan Is best PHONE 40

\ by Hugh Walters and Miss Dorothy Starko; Mrs. Hugh Swain and children -I Sweet peas, In pastel shades, made for cooking.MRS..

W+ ,I' it Sapp;/ and were ushered into Carmelitta, Ga.; MontefoeTlarance the rooms more attractive to theguests. HUMAN ISLANDS : O. P, HUTTO I Sll Church St., 'Starke, Flu.

1- the living rooms where games and of Nashville, Ga.; Mrs.,M. r Orangeberg, S. C. ...
jr. f ., Circle leader, Mrs. A.> W. IN YUOOLAVIA.ISOOO '''' lH ....' ....
contests were enjoyed throughout C. !aumner and two daughter and -
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1\/1'(\/ ; Anderson, conducted the business GERMANS -
-0,;,'" ,n""1' the evening. son of Way cross!, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs session, and Mrs. M. E. Edwards SUM smtRoy CWROUNCO
'",.;; Mrs. Herbert Priest, a recent C. L. Sullivan of Ashburn, Ga.; I offered prayer. Mrs. W. E. Middle- reARS BY MAWB FOR KEPT OVER TMHtMATWS woo g ::1

f i Cpl bride, was presented two gifts from Mrs. B. N. Williams and childrenof ton was in charge of the devotional CUSTOMS AND FRESII GROUND Jig.
f hj\f,:! the Senior and Junior B. Y..P.,U.'s Valdosta, Ga.Entertained I' AG., 1
service, and Mrs. D. Green, Mrs.
-'rQ' !,! 1. as a token of appreciation for her W. G. Halle and Mrs. Anderson o MEAL GRITS lOc
work In the B. Y. P. U. In Honor Of conducted the program. This circle or
Refreshments of fruit and
b'W punch Wedding AnniversaryIn will send an Easter box to the Or-
f cake served. The cake was
phans' Home at Benson Springs,
I'' Iced in white on which was placedred honor of Mr.. and Mrs. J. T.Quigley's and at this time handkerchiefs and DRY SALT
cherries. ''Favors were miniature marriage; Mr. and Mrs. SNAKES "
socks donated. The
were patched
cherry trees on which was F.., A. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur overalls were ripped open and' Of oven too SHCIU MEAT Pound lOc

1'' d placed gum drop cherries. A. Scott entertained Thursday found to contain $12.50,which will 'ar SNAKeS IN ma U.S.OHLVSBVEMTHN HERE ECONOMY RULES'
Mrs. J. E. Wilson had charge of evening at their home on corner of MM MMMNOUC.
the arrangements of this lovely Temple Street and Washington be,> used on the parsonage work. .,. ...s.. .
t During the social half-hour, the
r and was assisted in entertaining Avenue.
; party Games and musloenter.laIned -
I hostesses served A sweet course to
GRANDMOTHER'S Fresh, Plain or Sliced
I the folks Mrs. R.
by '
the and
young guests, at the c6e the
v't' V. M A. Thomas, Mrs. R. R. Hutchlns,' of a happy evening a tempting fifteen members. present. EMERGENCY LOANSTO ZIFF
A. Anderson and Mrs. W. J. Loaves 21c
Mrs. G. salad course was served. ;I.8S.. Middleton Entertains AID FARMERS BREAD

Epperson. I' .. ..' ,
'i trnlrn Haw Lewis 11 Those enjoying this affair were:. Presbyterian Ladies It Luncheon
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IONA 6 Lb. 13.Lba 24 Lbs. 48 Lbs.
:Mia Elizabeth Miss '.I'
Hollingsworth 1'.
MISI' ,- ,
Meet Next 'Madge Middleton entertained
Dorothy Sapp, Miss Dorothy Claire TuesdayThe Services were held at Little Rock
t '
at a be used to make loans to, replace
r'r' Klckllter. Miss Doris SUcox. Miss Ladles'' Auxiliary of the one o'clock delightfully luncheon Saturday, at the homeof work-stock. Church last Saturday,,and Sundayby ,FLOUR 27c 49c'. 95c $1.79IONA
Fannie Silcox, Miss Frances Hemingway Presbyterian Church will meet at the pastor Kid. Lloyd Johns, and
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Loans from the fund not be '
? may
Miss Clarice Gill Miss the home of Mrs. Clarke on Cherry Eld. E. N. Anderson. u
i'. Hazel Crews, .Miss Virginia Alva Street next Tuesday afternoon, Middleton. used,for the payment sot existing J. W. Lewis and son,. Johnnie, BRAND, DeUeleusAPRICOTS *
; Miss .Frink Miss :Mildred ..,"V|Three courses were served on debts rent, taxes or past-due ac- to business in
r res. Myra ; March 13, at 3:30: o'clock. Reviewswill were attending
Ifi Hundley; Miss Dorothy Turner be given on, the mission atudy small tables, and sweet peas In counts. The Emergancy.Crop Loan Starke last Monday.Mrs. 2 No. 2% Cans 25c
: the
i Miss Pauline Priest Miss Jew- book read during the past month, pastel' shades were for Fund 'Act 1a, emergency relief Williams has returned' to
'el Gassetti; Miss Martlle: Hemingway by the members of the organiza dainty decorations. Favors and measure, and not ''a refinancing: her home in Lake Butler this week
Miss Elizabeth Craig. Miss tion. place cards were mintsIn measure. Loans are to be made after spending some time here with ,

Eunice Williams), Miss Ella Maude green and white, carrying out only,to farmers whq,need relief to her daughter, Mrs. Lonnie Mann.. .
"" 'Gllsson'and, ,JOI Edwards, AlKay the St. Patrick color, idea: En- help carry on the basic farming Mrs.,T;W.Reynolds and children PICKLES( 15-oz.Jar 15cRAJAH
"' ;Carlisle' '.William- Crews, Albert Baptist Circle Meetings.. joying the pleasant affair were the operations necessary/ in making a of Graham spent the week-end here

Shirley,- Arthur Copeland, Norman Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Worn- teachers of ,the elementary gradesin living. The money was appropriated with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

rf Mildrum; Hugh Walters,' Mr. and an's Missionary Society was enter. in B. H.. a., .. for the' specific, purpose of B. Thomas. SUPREME Qdallty SALAD-

Mrs 'J. E. Wilson; Mrs. Herbert talned Monday afternoon at"3:00: producing, plalnting, fallowing and Mrs. J.W. Dyal of Graham spent

r& Priest; Mrs. R..A. Thomas and Mrs. o'clock by the society president, BapH. Circle"No...-3 cultivating crops, and for feed for week-end here with her parents, DRESSING Pint Jar 15c

H.R.'Hutchlngs; Mrs. A. M. Darby, at her bme( Giving Silver Tea farm livestock 'in .drought and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. '
'" i which was beautifully decorated storm-stricken areas, -The act Imposes Miss Hazel Thomas was visiting;

+?', Young Peoples Mission with yellow jasmine arranged in Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. M. a very severe penalty for us- Miss Lula Mae Lewis Sunday.Mr. IONA BRAND .

vases. S. will entertain at a silver tea ing loans from the fund, for any and Mrs. L., W. Sowell of TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
Class Meets I
Study Mrs. E. C. Priest, circle leader next.Thursday afternoonMarch I other purposes. Mlcanopy was visiting Mr.. and
The Young Peoples Mission presided during the devotional and I ::10, at aao: OCIOCK, ai toe nome 01: Although the maximum amountof Mrs. Lonnie Mann Sunday. 8 O'CLOCK

hrr Study class of the Presbyterian I business meeting, :and delegate. Mrs. George B. Flynn an emergency crop loan to any Mr. and Mrs. R. B..Thomas were COFFEE Per
-Church'met at the :manse Monday were appointed to attend;the,-divisional ,Mrs..E. WUHayes circle leader, one farmer is $25,0,",gs authorizedby attending to business \Starke Pound' 19cCOLDSTREAM ,,

y'' afternoon at 4:00: o'clock with Mrs.O. W. M. S. meeting in Jack with ber assistants,' are arrangingan : the regulations, no farmer will Friday
H. Lowry as hostess. sonville April 10. interesting program for the afternoon be loaned any more than the cash Mr.. and Mrs Elmer 'Stokesof

Mrs. Nathan Prevail and Miss A chapter from the book, "The and the circle la desirous ofa cost of producing the* crops. The Tung Oil Farm were visiting their PINK SALMON, __ Tall Can _.. 12c

_ ,1 (Nancy Clarke conducted the study Largest Stewardship," was read by good attendance from all the- cir- regulations restrict theamount parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Birt Stokes
i of "Today's Youth and,'romorrow'sWorld. Mrs G. A. Anderson after which ies.,. that may be loaned to the tenantsof and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Padgett re FANCY
." The proceeds from.this tea will any one landlord any one -
An the
,. Interesting discussion remainder of the afternoon was* cently.
followed with all members participating. spent In laying plans for work to be used to purchase carpet. for the county to $500 and also restrictthe Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett" were SPINACH, No. 2 Can ,lOc

#' .: .A social hour followed be done by the circle during' the church floors.* amount that may be loaned per visiting at the Tung Oil Farm Sunday .
'i acre, depending on the kind of IONA BRAND' ,
.when Mrs?'LowrY",served refresh. summer months. i. crop afternoon.Mr. .

ps, ments. Mrs, S. F. Hamrick invited the Music Study'ClubV': 1 being grown.' rf and'Mrs. H. H. Howard and Black Eye Peas, 2 160. Cans 15c
I All funds will be to the
The class circle advanced Mr. and :Mrs. R. B. Thomas
ru will meet with Mrs. Nathan to meet with her at their : were
Meets Friday'NightThe
n.} Prevatt Monday ,afternoon, April meeting. borrower the time the loan is visiting Mrs. E. Howard and Mr. ENCORE PreparedSPAGHETTI
March, 12- at Two Fortnightly made and not on a'budget\ bails. and Mrs. J. G. Howard at Fair-
400;; 6'clock. Mias new members were gladly Music Study
$ Lucille.Mitchell: and Miss Marjorie welcomed Into the circle, Mrs. Club wlll meet' Friday evening:, The borrower must make the banks Sunday.L. 3 Tall Cans 25c

)# .stump will conduct'the study.' George H. Inman and Mrs. Camp. March 9, at 7:30: o'clock, ''at' the amount advanced ruin. him through O. and Johnnie Lewis, Hazel
," the entire season, for If the money Thomas, Elvis Mann and Lula Mae
During the social hours sweet home of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Fer .
; Shepard-Snyder course with coffee was served by ryman. John H. Powell will have is used up before the crop is finished Lewis were all visiting Miss .Foy FANCY u. S. No. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
or If the money Is spent for
Is. the hostess charge'of this study and he has. Stokes Sunday afternoon.
1 A of much interest'tofriends other additional advances
marriage any purpose
Services were conducted at Dca-
Twenty-one members'enjoyetj chosen as his subject, Brahms.
.' In both Florida and Ala- will'not be made.
Mrs. Darby's hospitality. don Church Saturday and Sundayby lOLbs. 25c
bama'was that of Mrs. Lummie V Loans may be made to a borrower Pastor; Rev O. E. McCauley of
Circle No. 2 ,
was entertained DR. WM. L. PETTINGILL
1 Snyder of Starke, and Carl J. Shep before his crops are planted Brooker.
Mrs. G. W: Alderman and Mra. AT THE MISSION HALL
ard of Quincy, which was solemnIzed L.'.Peek at the provided a first lien may be takenon -
1 Saturday, March 3,' at the Alderman home on the, crops growing or to be AU officials of Mount Ida, Ark., GOLD MEDAL
Walnut of
Street afternoon'I This teacher the book of "
Monday great
Methodist: parsonage, with the Rev. grown as security for the loan: In are women' "Kitchen Tested"
% I the same hour, where arrangements all .book -the Bible -has visited 8-Lb. Bag M-Ub Bag 24-Lb Bag
B.,, M. Montgomery officiating at I some states, according to the law, a
the of vari-colored sweet peaa, vr'jtown, just for a few hours, but first-lIen be taken :
id impressive ceremony. I 'may on cropsto If'YOU GET UP NIGHTS
and fern added a note of welcome'In truths he FLOUR
; Mrs. Shepard Is a graduate of the great so simply be grown during the season even 33c 59c '$1.15IONA
the living room where taught, have found lodgment in the ,
the State Teachers' College of the guests though the crops 'have not been USE BUCHU AND GIN
Troy Ala., and for the past four I were seated.Mre. ledytbe minds and souls. of those who beard planted. In other states this Is not Make This 25c Test'
i L; a. Powell,leader, him Friday evening, and his massage -
years has been a popular teacher permitted. There it'will be necessary It Is aa valuable to the bladder a*
} ,In the Lawtey Junior High School. devotional after which a. brief bus/. lingers still, creating desire for the borrower to agree to castor oil to the bowel. Drive out BRANDPEACHES
I ness meeting followed The for more knowledge along spiritual Impurities and exce.e aold whl..he.u.e
Mr. Shepard is a popular young stfkdy give a first lien on the crops to be the Irritation remltln In retting No. 2 '
i ,business man of River 'Junction I on the book, "The Largest'stfcwardship lines that will only be satisfied grown. lip nlrhti. burning, frequent de- ,
," was also taken '\ when fed upon the Immutable word .Hire log pain and backache. On account
where he and his bride] will reside. ; up. All., loanl,from the fund are to alcohol use juniper oil ,
..:...-.. i_ : At the 'close of a social hour and unfolded into their lives. be secured.-by:: a first lien on aU front whlchiS-ln of the Is mad Ask for

a Throughout the United States''' spent in sewing fancy articles and Many lovers of Bible truth from crops growing or to be planted or Buketd, the bladder laxative After.'. > OATMEAL, 1%.Lb. Pkg. 7c
buchu leave eta '
In pleasant conversation out> of,_sewn attended the containing ,
the hostesses meeting
there are upward of 60,000. beauty grown or harvested during the year four dayo, It not pleaed your druir.
? shops assisted by Mrs. J. E.Wilson, Jacksonville, Hampton, ,Keystone,; 1934; in the case of summer fallowIng ., boundIltornsl.ep :Tb.tter o'afteruthis' SUNNYFIELD ,
served Brooker and I I
a tempting salad course./ eights perhaps other -
or the production of winter Buket. guaranteed by
r .. I Sixteen'members were present, towns being represented. wheat a farmer muss live!: a, first cleansing.Mitchell'. Drug 8tor*.-Ad". PANCAKE FLOUR, ,. %.lb.jJkg. 7c

q !besides_ (- the hostesses,at this meeting : Special impromptu musical num> lien,or an agreement to give a first .r r"- '
RITZ: 'THEATRE ; _' hers.were contributed by Mr.Ttb'oblttll' I lien-on such crops to be harvested :IVORY: SOAP, 6-oz.Bar 5c
and his .
Circle No. 8 was entertained Keystone I In 1933.:

f,: STARK FLORIDA Monday afternoon by Mrs. George :}(eights, the Glddons'' family'; I In'-ease of loans to renters or ,OCTAGON SOAP
B. Flynn at her home: ./$' acksonvllle and"a. local,chorus of share-croppers, the landlord will Atqs, Giant Bar 5c

Potted blooming azaleas added llt Elias girls. have to waive his claim to the"rent

PROGRAMBEGINNING brightness to the rooms where the The address by Dr. PettlngUl or share of crop. The,law requiresthis. GOLD MEDAL,

I MARCH 9 members were seated and wherea, ,.was well attended by ministers, On the other hand, all tenantsor The Standard Oil

pleasant afternoon was spent.' 'there being nine noted In the audience ,share-croppers beneflttlng from WHEATIES' 2Pkgs. 25cNo.

k FRIDAY Mrs. E...W. Hayes, circle leader, many of whom have expressed any loan,to a. landlord must waive Tire.Guaranteed .
presided,. and after the devotionala appreciation: of the opportunity)I
"All their j claims to the'crops if the '
H Me"Fredric brief business meting was held at of hearing this noted'Bible teacher landlord Is to receive a loan from One Year TALL' SLICED. ,

? March Miriam Hopkins which time the circle decided'to and author. y\ the emergency crop loan fund. ,

d" George Raft, Helen MackSATURDAY give a silver tea at,the home of "The '':Five Judgmenta?
f Mrs. Flynn on Thursday. afternoon subject at the Mission Halt Tuesday fees in connection with emergency ,

March 19. evening. All enjoyed the Corinth crop*loans must be paid by the BAKER'S
Mrs. Don Whitbeck Singers, and the BREAKFAST .
of Staunton ,evening was Farm Credit Administration to
"California Trail"TIM Va., was visitor at this meeting: profitably spent : JhtIs up
$1.00. The borrower must
pay the
McCOY During the social hour :Mrs.Flynn); I 'Hearea',,a R1a0d and If so balance, if any.Emergency ,COCOA 1 i.fLb.Can lOcI

lwp served her guests which numbered does the .-scripture: give Its location crop loans will mattes the three :
thirteen delicious T Attend the year guar'
SUNDAY MONDAY wafers, sandwiches meeting next when the harvestedand '
drop are WHITE
and coffee.I Tuesday when this will be the sub. HOUSE EVAPORATED!: ,
available for > ', '
8ae> refrtO' ,
"Six OfA Kind" anted electric
ject.: Bring your "Bibles.* Psalms, No loan will be made'to any Individual I
Cha. Run;_-, Mary Roland I 119:89.: *>* I who has: shown lack of good orator MILK STanCans 17c

Alison SlUpworth, W. C. Fields AM NOW, faith, In repaying feed and seed ,
ry,1 Barns A Alien SERVICE! : AT EPISCOPAL i '
loans made to him in previous) ,LUR
Booking Order The Rev. W. S. Stacey of years. It is evidence of.failure to ,For tale by _
r TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Gainesville will preach the evening observe good faith If'a borrower TOILET '

"The. Power And For 0. WALLER: ,Improved service at St. Mark's Episcopal,. has) outstanding unpaid.balancesfor SOAP Cakes 16c
Western Church Sunday at 7:30: o'clock. two or
Missionary StrawberryPlants. more years which cannot Smith's .Services'
The Glory"Spe be LtTX "
M I attributed.to, crop failuresfor : ..
_. Tracy*,! Colleen Moore .. j. CARD OF THANKS which, the borrower could not : ''
See Me,per SPECIAL PRICES JWe :.wish to tlank our friends reasonably be held responsible.; Jf ; r',3'

f THURSDAY MARCH 15 D. VV. Moore who were so kind and thoughtful la.each. case the farmer Is the StationStarke & 27cTHE :
BARGAIN NIGHT of us during the'recent sickness applicant. If he la not eligible
and death of-our .foved one, loan :
ST.VRKli may not be made to his wife ,
"The Mad Game" FLORIDA Mr. and Mn.Jack Crawford Fla.
I children members of his GREAT
I u and Family ?,; .a.Mr fam u, ;employee.i ", / '
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Mrs. W. H. Blggrs, Mrs. E. B. I, Mrs. W. H. Wart' Mrs. N: XX r lira.: Anne McGee and'daughters, i COUNTY COUNCILSRELIEVED BIRTHS [ ;r

Wells and daughter, Martha, of Wainwright,',J1':; Mlaa Edna,Strickr Misses Clara Lettie and Mari, and DUTY Mr. .and :Mrs. Lacy Silcox,NAT SEZ: LJFolks
LOCAL Lawtey were-visitors here Monday. land, and Miss Eunice Perkins' Miss Ha Mae Logue, all of Stuart, Starke, girl March 4..j, '. '. :
spent' Saturday In Jacksonville are .spending the week In Starke I Mr. and Mra..Elate arllf \. uw- 'it may not b*,JSprlntf/ 'yet, i
(Continued from Page) >, 'March L.Dfr & like It and
P Mrs. :B:Jacobs. Mrs. Willie Dob- with Mrs. McGee's brother-in-law tey girl. but it sure feela; today,
and : Perkins and ststerj-Mr.! and Mrs! Or A;.Andreu. -*; and Mrs. G. M.f f lraulenerRaiford as in the Spring:* young man's fancy
row Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. Mr and :Mrs..Warren E. basis .of need, will be eligible for boy;March 7. + 'lightly turns I'
spent Thursday In Jacksonville the arrival of a t
are announcing work. "
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling, Law to thoughts of
j. Sewel} spent Saturday I son, William Edwin, on Thursday, Situation Here Different ''f
rl. H. Mrs. Thelma Johns returned tey, boy, March love, my fancy x.11 :
Gainesville. I II Col. and Mrs. H. O. Brown and February 22, at their home on home Monday from a several "The situation In Florida with a.S lightly turns to i1( f I.

I daughter, Miss Iris, of Lake Butler Thomas Street. weeks' visit u\', Miami,,; where ahe reference to\Civil Works employment There are now SI 2 women In the thoughts of
la of Lake Butler was were visitors here Monday after differs from that In other ,United States licensed to operate '
B Joyner was the gueat:of MM/ Joe Gill, and I flannel trousers, .
R. L, Bonner returned Tuesdayto
visitor here Friday.:, noon. (In Oviedo, wheSe'she' visited her; parts of the, country In the very | straw hats and fl ,
his home In Carrollton, Ga., aft "
of the number
large proportion employed
uncle and puntMr.? and,Mrs..L. .:E.\ sport shoes:
er a month's visit here with his Civil Works who '
D. E. Knight spent Ralph Cox Of Raiford, a studentat Jordan. \ Now, if
Col. and Mrs. son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and A,t ? airplanes.TIP your
transferred from
were directly .
in Jacksonville., the University of Florida, spent thoughts are be. J :,
Mrs. Charles Imbach. TOPGROCERY
relief rolls. ,When the policy of '
'- Saturday afternoon (In Starke.with ginning to turn -
I Political AnnouncementsFOR
friends. scaling down, CWA employment I'm +
baa returned from a Mrs. R. J.Davis and little daughters that way
L patten :over a period of weeks was determined about Mi

lort visit la Live Oak;: Mrs. Rosa Jones and< Myrtle Mae Ida Lula and Marjorie, and CONGRESSI ,, upon,. it was assumed that clothes talking now, .i
Mrs. E.C. Priest, Mrs. J. H. Lord thai' % '
I am the first group to be released under
Surrency of Tampa were in Starke hereby can make up your mind that I am
S. Norman of.Lawtey was a Friday visiting Mr. and. Mrs. P. M. and Mrs. J. H;Kinlaw were visitors candidate for the office of member the .curtailed; program would be Is running the same good using mental telepathy on you and hti

It siness visitor here ,Saturday.. Barefoot. to Gainesville Friday. i of the, House of Representatives those' with"some. resources to tide prices again this week as want you to come In and see whatwe I
---" I from the Second Congressional District them.,over .a .period until absorption last week. Here have in new Spring wearing ap.pard. .a i
Dobrow was a business Miss Rachel Smith of Madisonwas A. B.'Surrency, H. P. Gainey, L. of Florida: subject to the In other types of employment.Very are some -1 t '
O. Hazen, L. B. Crosby, A E. Sur .. election in few CWA employee would of them: {
to Jacksonville Tuesday a week-end guest of Miss Hazel Democratlo -Imary Easter comes this year on the ,,
Itor rency, H. B. Crosby and L. A .*. ..** .. #& oorae within such a category. The
-- Middleton at her home on Madison June. ** First of April which as you all p pknew
Moore of Lawtey was Street. Brown of Brooker were attendingto I have a record of public service process of cutting down employ Best Creamery Is April Fool's Day; get your ;}' '-
Mrs. 3.H. business here Monday. Madison Counties and ment by degrees, therefore has 1
afternoon. In Baker and outfit early and the joke will be.on
I visitor here Monday the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida resulted in practice, in the majorityof .' ih
Mrs. J. C. Downing and little son,, the BUTTERCountry the other fellow jl
Brownlee '
Miss Martha spent consisting of seven counties;the cases as between equally destitute ,
have returned from a several
Miss Mlna Manassa bas returned Harry In weekend in Gainesville with her largest In the state. You are invitedto individuals, in having one cutoff Men Sport Oxfords.
with relatives
in Atlanta; Ga. days' visit. Miss Anne and attended
OBI a short Jacksonville.Mrs. cousin Long Investigate not only my record from employment and the other Roll or S1'iiITEBLACK

the R.O.T.C. military ball of service but my; manner of living 1 arbitrarily left on. It was certainlyno -Lb. Prints and WHITE h
of Brooker was at the University of Florida. the same' part of the intention of the relief 1 1-d
Miss Iris E. L. Weeks and Miss Barbara I II I hereby prprnisa: you TAN nail UIIITB
visitor here Friday afternoon. Weeks of Green Cove Springswere I faithful service rendered my people administration to effect these '
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns have returned and will contlnudi' o live, U within inequalities. In view of this condi- Pound 25c $2.98 $3.95 $4.95lfen'
in Starke
Johns and Friday visiting to their home here after a' aa to" reflect honor tion I am, therefore, of the present e ;
Mrs. Charley my power ,
and Charles Imbach. Trousers r
Mr. Saturday in Jacksonville. two months' visit in Barberville and dignity tothla,, high office. opinion that it would be advisableto Sport ;
n spent with their son and daughter-in-law,, : the voters of this district bring the CWA work programto & SIMM! 29 to BO q,
Dr. J. H. Coffee of Arcadia was I Good HeavyBROOMS
Mr and Mrs. Freeman Johns.. termination this '
me this honor a complete:
fit to bestowupon $1.98
of Hampton in Starke last week,visiting Mr. see up
W. L. Bugg
Mrs. rest assured that I week. A definite statement on this
Starke Tuesday afternoon. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mr. and' Mrs. L. F of the State they may will be mode after ':
s i in Hoover.. Chapman will consider It a sacred trust and point Thursday Suits Made to Measure
-' Mrs. C..F. Farm and her friend Mrs. Williamsof effort will be for the the situation has been discussed
|j W. Douglas and Street Dendy St. Louis, Mo., who ha.i been her that my every with the state advisory comm'ttpe. 25csUCAR' FIT GUARANTEED
here FriI Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddish best Interests of. .the people' rep- Each; _.__ _...__ .
\ Alachua were visitors guest for several days, spent Tuesday resent. The only employes who will be paid $25.00'
y. ot Jacksonville are spending the In Starke with Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Your support and vote Is solicited out of CWA funds after the closing ,. '
week here with their parents, Mr. kins at her home on Walnut Street. and will be appreciated.JAS. de'e nas been decided will bi such Men's Straw Hats

I Tracy W. Baker of Lake Geneva and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. R. (JIM) KELLY. of thj! administrative personnel as ALL SHAPES

HS attending to business here Frl- H. L. Brownlee spent the latter Ad. Jas R. Kelly. are needed to wind up all recordsIn : .
W. of Gaines- Paid Pol. by. $1.00New ..4. '
Mrs. C. Beasley ,
y. part of last week in Lakeland with nn orderly way, and as soon ns 10 Pounds__,__14c
__ ville spent several days In Starke Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, and FOR'LEGISLATUREI this work has been done the CWA Shirts '
Mr. and Mrs.. W. H., Smith of last week with her parents, Mr. was accompanied home by Mrs. administrative staffs will also ,be
impson were visitors here Satury. and Mrs. J. C. Manning.. Brownlee and their little daughter, wish hereby to make official into dlfbended. Whole GrainRICE A NICE ASSORTMENT
announcement of'my entrance
Madge,' who'1.have been spending 79c to $1.50IT
Mr. and Mrs.. C,:H. Nasworthy, with Mrs. Brownlee'sbrotherinlaw the race for State Representativefrom Many of the greyhounds being
Keystone Warren several days Bradford County, subject to PAYS TO BUY AT 4
F.. E. Carr of Mrs. G. H. Meadle, J. P. and sister. raced in England are owned by
business visitor here satury. and Angelo Carbone spent Sunday 't the will of the Democratic voters women.Twothlyda' .
i a
afternoon in Gainesville.Mra. .,, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Waters of of this county.1 ...i 5 Pounds___ _22c STERNBERG'SStarke
y. Florida
I born
J Jacksonville were week-end guests i was of man's worries are
and Mn ..H. H. Howard of .> O. L.' .Beasley returned of Mrs; Sarah F. Hamrick at her an in the ___ ___
Satur- from a two weeks'1visit hi the state, and'two years n n
ooker were visitors here home Sunday home on South Walnut Street. ,, .
I In Tampa"with her parents, home by World War. I have never resided -- -
y, II They were accompanied In other.state. I
I' Mr. and Mrs. Av C. Durden.Mr. the formers mother, Mrs. Myrt Waters or worked .any in
C. H. Nasworthy was attending Atlanta.. Ga., who has been have worked for twenty year
business In Jacksonville Tues- .,and Mrs.: J.' Roberts recently the guest'of.Mrs. Hamrick for several the schools of Florida, and I believe the tv'e! cry .
from Brooker the needs of the schools,
moved here I t know "
r and have an apartment at the Addison children and the citizens of Florida. Spring cat sBi.s chance

I C. B. Roberts' of Grahamas home on Madison_Street.H. and Mrs. John Uglow, accompanied as well as any one in the state.I I
visitor here Friday afteron. their son-in-law and am In this race for benefit canoe 11 dlh

.a C. Richard, president of the daughter, Mr.by. and Mrs. R. L. 'McDowell to the citizens and future and citizens the- before f I'fng i 1;

Atlantic National Bank of Palatka of Jacksonville, and Mrs. A. of Bradford County .

Judge James R. Kelley of Madl- and former resident of Starke, was Zitzkee of Chicago, 111., spent the whole State of Florida, and I will ,
n was visiting friends in Starke a prominent visitor here Friday. week-end in Plant City with Mr. work hard toward that end. Your DO YOU KNOW why so many people

onday. ---- and Mrs. Uglow's son-in-law and support will be appreciated. are buying tires from us earlier than

Jack Bowden of Hollywood, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Respectfully, GRAY. usual this year? Why Goodyear factories :p
and daughter, Callf.,*Who Is enjoying a short visit attended LEON'A. "= +'
Mrs. A., F. Sauls. Ward and while there .
A. humming Everyone
his Pol. Ad.Wy Leon Gray. are
!ias Louise Snyder.> spent Satur- in Lake Butler with parents the Strawberry Festival. Paid .
y in Jacksonville. "" was a: visitor.:..to Starke Friday. believes prices are headed upward

-- : ,: and thinking car owners figure It's no
I G. L. Patten and T. F.:Landrum J 'Mra.: :J.:1'C] Adklna of Gainesville I IoHNs' saving to run risks while using up old
Jack afternoon In Starke
In Tuesday
ere attending to business spent
S. R.
inville Wednesday; with her mother.and slater, Mrs rubber only to pay more for newtireslater

M. Edwards and Mrs..A."Z.A.Aklniv. That's why we say "Spring at

Mrs John.W. WUJlams oi""TfcUc;'..! :%; .','. *:,Y' '? this chance beloreSprlnl1"-thlschance j I
sees spent the week-end with -- low Invest
to buy at present prices
rs. William. Norrls.Mra. .. ., .. .., :...,:M;r and Mrs. John J. Canova and '. '
'little. aon of.Gainesville were here In 'a whole new set of Goodyears- ,

Lee Cotton and Mrs., L. F. the first of the week visiting Mr. you'll be glad you acted on our advice.GOOD'YEAR.

mkins of, ,Lawtey were visitors: Ca.nova's'mother..-- Mrs.. Eunice E. SPECIALS ,. ;

re Monday afternoon.. Canoya.,, dlI,' 1

Mrs. J. H. Pitts and son, Keffee, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs.F. ..
ient the week-end with relatives: .'H. Long. Mrs. R. F. Demorest, -
Ga. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. H. :15c "'- .
Valdosta and Ashburn Mrs. 4 Lbs. BANANAS.-------*-----
In Jacksonville
C. Hitch spent Saturday.

1 Mrs. E. L.'Biggs IB spending sev- 3 Pkgs. SALT -.,.... -;"_,...._.;..- ;, !'-_10c '.'7" A...
Make a"m4 Mod.!" :
lal ,with your car:
days In St. Augustine 7c t"
r mother Mrs: O"..J. .Griffin.COLUMN S., L. Crews of New River, the 3 Pkgs. Argo STARCH__--;"_:4: _-_- .la Riding Comfort-change W. have guaranteed

newly Board of appointed Public Instruction member of, was the 24 Lbs. FLOUR _________.?.-.!:.,---85c to big super-soft Goodyear at lower prlciethan I r

ENT A WORD attending Monday. to his official. duties here 24 Lbs. White Castle FLOUR_____$1.00'. GoodyearAilwheel \ I//// here-our but All-Weather more people shown buy

r.Paul 24 LBs. Pillsbury Best FLOUR _.., -$1.10:: I Tires the All-Weatheri Tlrea are
'student at the
University of Florida Law School, '10 Lbs.-GRITS or MEAL____... _'..__20c -tit our special offer. till*o low In price that un-

OR SALE-Small hogs and brood I spent a short time here Monday Goodyear builds more than 5 lee you're trading In your

sows. 'See orJ write Gus FounIn with his parents, Col. and.Mra. D. 5 Lbs. Northern BEANS,...--------25c times a*many Alrwheel Tire* ear this Spring It'a beet to '

Crosby Lake. **p E. Knight. 5 Lbs. Navy BEANS________---_-25c .combined salt otherlow-preseur.Une Invest. In the best. That way p

COND: HAND GOODS-Bought JOu spread the benefit of
and sold at 319 W..:Madison St.,, 5 Lbs. Black Eye PEAS _____-: ____25c too. .' k
great value 0the
arke. J. H. Lord& Co. It /ICAN
CAN You IMAGINE 4 Lbs. Lima BEANS-.________..._25c moat month and muse.StWprlada11owast.
sale or
NE, large Jersey bull for

I exchange for young' heifers;; 3 Lbs. LARD -______.._ ____.;.,....---23c
itch goats, freshen in March;;
bite gold ring diamond. set. F. i it Alladin COFFEE, Pound T,-._..,;...,. "" ".27c,

Pattee, Rt. 2., It Sliced Breakfast BACON 'Ib. 20c M
Fancy ; -- $ "
ANTED-Baby alligators, this 7 @
17c \
year's hatch. Advise quantItyu I 3 Tall Cans MILK _________ -- ,

can supply Immediately. E. A. Hitter's BEANS _.. .. _
farttn Seed Co., Jacksonville, Fla. I 4 __"": ,_- ,

tt I PALM OLIVE BEADS or SOAP___.,- 5c N .

OR Wakefleld SALE, -_Succession Cabbage and, plants Flat, Y No. 2 YELLOW CORN _-___... ___...$1.65 <:

itch, J5c: .per 100,. $1 per 1.000. -Pure'Wheat SHORTS (16 per cent),.$I.65
nlon sets later. A. J.. Grlffis,

tarke Florida. 11-24U. SWEET FEED ,.w_ -..,.__...._ -__ ....$1.11r

ARDEN and FIELD SEEDS at, Best Grade SCRATCH __________1.90 '
White's Store. Fordhooks.and SEE THE NEW BUICK
Anderson's bush lima, .also how grateful U the man In Blue.Jay_Lay MASH _,_.,---_--__.-,.$2.50
rlngless bean seed. A'variety of under..
WotcrtoWft N.Ywho having
>ro, peas and peanuts. Get oaf: serious operation and lived ''
Ices. .S23t319VWBERRY | | far gone months on milk and weak broths,. CROW REPELLENT' ::60c' NOW ON DISPLAY

found positive relief in BISMA-REX Cora ___ _
PLANTS 10000.000 .- .'and is oble to cat regularly. EnoogH for One Bushel Seed r,
Missionary and Blake* "
lore at $2.00 *9.25 per -
teed true to name state certified, i DELIVERY SERVICE' .

Ideas* free'new land plaata. Place 1* a new antacid'ire t.' ,, ,. _
pera with Brownlee Bra Correondence welcome relief '"
ment that I I. bringing

lurseryman solicited., Showell. Md.. S. Perdue, .suffer thousands the agonies everywhere'.of Indigestion who .Phone 45 Free Delivery Prices Subject to Change Without Notice, and to Any <" < "

l-19-12t-4-6 and other add stomach ailment State Sale Tax ..r.""

UNTING'S SELECT :MISSION- Biama-Rex' acts four ways to give
ARY STRAWBERRY PLANTS lasting relief In three minutes.-;It :
Grown neutralize excess acid; relieve S.Jfl. Johns'THE : Co.fPhone
on the famous Eastern :- : Register
ore of 'Maryr-nd and.Delawar the; stomach of gas; .ooth..t|t&4

Free of .disc M aDd 4.ineeett irritated ,membrane;, and kidsiUgesuoapftoods'moet'Ukely '

Pecial price J2.0O per 1.000 plus : to OLD RELIABLESERVICE 103 For Road Service. ,
Press Place cider:with J. B. ferme t. BUma-Rex 1 sold only FLORIDAy;<
pp Stark, FV\< or write Bunt- ''at RoaD Drug Stores. Get a Jar .MY MOTTO FOB .'OVER 'TRXRTr-riVB!: 'YEARS STARKE,

Nllr uJ..,. Inc. 8eJb7VWe. ,. today at iiltchell'a Prug Store, I .

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4 1 i'1r, i W.: M.' ,S.,Circles Had I FAVORITE RECIPES ,I BAPTIST CHURCH SER\1CEg

I M.INUTEl Services at the First ?!
.;J Large Attendance AMAZE A Cabbage Pickles 't r'' Church; Sunday will be in Bant *

{' Each circle of the Woman's Missionary SCIENTIFACTS ..::.:'BY ARNOLD I Ono peck: of finely, chopped. cabbageone Rev,,C. B. Pike: at Miami,charge who J! '
J'' Societv Society of ,the Methodist ') r 0 preach both
,/ bunch, of celery,,,tourlarge and e'/enln
attendance at
Church had a large sermons. A cordial invitation 7 I

% t tI wl the meetings Monday afternoon, bell peppers five onions, and extended to all these servicesWOODMEN .

t and much enthusiasm was shown ELTING BCEBEROS/ hot and red green peppers to taste, e------
In the work of the church. TO
all chopped fine. Add one-half 0 MEET"
B. fi P. U. Entertained Mrs. Pitts Attends Circle No. 1 was entertained at f THa TUMBNOOUI AMOUNT Of Woodmen of the World '

Family ReunionMr. the home of Mr. and Mrs1. L. A. d' ci HEAT THROWN Off BY THE OEVSEES ANO of salt and let stand for two hours, Friday night .8.00: o'clock. meeting All

M At 'Washington Party Davis. Early spring'ftow te' were HOT SPRIMS Of YELLOWSTONE 1aitrya then boll for five minutes. urged to be present aa a are

The Senior B. Y. P. U. of the and Mrs. L. M. Sullivan week en- used In profusion to decorate' the MOULD HEUT TMREB TONS. Of 1C! PBHajCOND. 'Then squeeze out all the cabbage group of new,candidates are to large h. ",

First Baptist Church 'Was entertalned tertained their children last large living room where the guests mixture dry and add It to three Inillated.

,'; on Friday/ evening, Feb. 23, end at their home In Ashburn Ga., were seated. Mrs T. J. Griffin, to which

t'' C : with a George Washington birthday on the eve of their departure for circle leader presided over" 'the pints has been of boiling added vinegar four pounds' of ....- .... --

t' party at the home of Sheriff Clovis, N. M., where they will be business session, and Mrs. F; H. sugar and one teaspoonful each of Say it with Flowers
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. The located Indefinitely with their.son, Long conducted the worship serv
allspice and cinnamon. Boll for
s lower floor of this lovely home Verna, a resident of Clovis. ice. The'' 'program, which dealt five minutes. Then mix two table- **MMM4>WB mMi* *B aB >)BM, wv-.

4 which lends Itself so well for entertaining For the past year Mr. Sullivan'ehealth with Conditions In the Brazil mission Flowers For
of tumeric of
I spoonfuls one jar All
: rb' r'' was effectively decorated has been falling and he waa field, was discussed by, Mra.L. .
i mustard two
So- { with small flags red white advised by the family physician to ;. F. Smith and Mrs. O. L. Haynes prepared tablespoon- OccasionsGERTRUDE
fuls of flour with enough water to
and blue crepe paper and small red move to a higher and dryerUmate. At the close Of the meeting the make a thin paste and add to the ..-.-......,- JV L-,___
tin Y hatchets, which formed an Ideal hostess r served light refreshmentsto .
y, sr' t setting for such a delightful affair Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan had the twenty-two guests. : for boiling three mixture minutes.and Remove boll real from bard GODBEY

The guests were greeted upon following children and grandchildren Mrs. W. P. Smith and Mrs.: W. G. soQ -
Xr their arrival by Mr and Mrs present for the week-end i Halle were Joint hostesses to Circle .,, fire and seal while hot. A heavy KINLAW

d George Washington, Impersonatedby Mrs J. H. Pitts and son of No. 2, at the home of the former. M for aluminum or'enamel pan Is best PIIONE 40

Hugh Walters and Miss Dorothy Slarke Mrs. Hugh Swain and children Sweet peas, in pastel shades, made cooking. '
ushered Into Carmelilla, Ga. Montefoe MRS. O. P. HUTTO 811 Church St., Starke, Flu.
d Sapp, and were of ; the rooms more attractive to theguests. HUMAN ISLAND- +
:v f ,Orangeberg, S. C. ... .... ......
the living rooms where games and Chance, of Nashville, Ga.; MrsM Circle leader, Mrs. A.,W, IN YYOOsLAYIA,15,000GCRruua < _

contests were enjoyed throughout 'Sumner and two daughter and Anderson, conducted the business SKTWSLY 4URROINR1 --

j 1 1 the evening.Mrs. son of WaycrosB, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. session, and Mrs. M. E. Edwards eo BY SLAV POS oven eoo 8

j Herbert Priest/ a recent C. L.. Sullivan of Ashburn, Ga.; offered prayer. Mrs. W. E. Middle- YEARS wwe Ken TlaIRNaTIV. > FRESH GROUND LBS

bride, was presented two gifts from Mrs. B. N. Williams and children :ton was in charge of the devotional cusvo i 5540AOa. ,3

1 the Senior and Junior B. Tf. P. U.'s of Valdosta, Ga.Entertained .. .service, and Mrs. L.. D. Green Mrs. I+

as a token of appreciation for her W. G. Halle and Mra. Anderson 'MEAL GRITS lOc

p 4+_ work in the B. Y. P. U. In Honor Of conducted-: the program. This I circle

q' Refreshments of fruit punch and Wedding AnniversaryIn win send an aster! pox to me; or

ay cake were served. The cake was phans' Home at Benson Springs, PoiSON I

Ada Iced In white on which waa, placed honor of Mr.'and Mrs. J. T. and at this time handkerchiefs and SNAKES DRY SALT

An red cherries 'Favors were miniature Qulgley'a marriage', Mr. and Mrs. socks were donated. The patched

cherry trees on ,which was F A. Scott and Mr. and Mra. Wilbur overalls were ripped open and Of ovra .too specie MEAT Pound lOc

placed gum drop cherries. A. Scott entertained Thursday t und to contain $12. O.'which will Of SHAKES 'IN THB U.S.o u.v HEREIifONOMrRULESGRANDMOTHER'S

ry y,,; Mrs. J. E. Wilson had charge ofthe evening at their home on corner) Of be used on the parsonage work. CBVeNTMN, ..AM. POISONOUS. .
Tt arrangements of this lovely Temple Street and Washington During the social half-hour, the 'c P.1 w

party and was assisted In enter Avenue. Games and muslcrenter- I hostesses served A sweet course to Fresh, Plain or Sliced

; __ taining the young folks by Mrs. R. tamed the guests, and at the cltiie the; fifteen members present. EMERGENCY LOANSTO
A.' Thomas, Mrs. R; R. Hutchins, of a happy evening a templing: ZIFF
A. and Mrs. W. J. Entertains' AID. BREAD Loaves 21c
; C :Mra. G. Anderson salad course waa served. Ass FARMERS .
Epperson. I Miss Lao I... Lwl. c...

Those enjoying this. affair were: Presbyterian Ladies I '..'t t Luncheon :, '(Continued from Page 1)) IONA 6 Lbs. 12 Lbs '24 Lbe.48 Lbs.

Miss.: Elizabeth. Holllngsworth Miss M"\\ 'Madge Middleton enterUlned ,
Dorothy Sapp, :Miss Dorothy Claire :Meet Next TuesdayThe at' be'used to make loans to replace Services were held at Little Rock
delightfully Saturday a, FLOUR 49c 95c
Church last Saturday,and Sundayby 27c $1.79
Miss Doris Miss
a Klckllter, SUcox Ladles Auxiliary ,of the one o'clock luncheon, at the home' work-stock.
the pastor Eld. Lloyd Johns, and
Fannie Sllcox, Miss Frances HemIngway Presbyterian Church will meet at
e'' of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Loans from the fund may not be
Eld. E. N. Anderson.,
i :Miss Clarice GUI Miss the home of Mrs. Clarke on Cherry Middleton. n IONA BRAND, Delicious *.
used for the of
payment existing
Hazel Crews Miss Virginia Alva- Street next Tuesday afternoon I : 'J. W. Lewis and son,, Johnnie,
rIdS Three courses were served on debts rent, taxes or past-due accounts
Mlle Myra ,Frink,' Mills Mildred March 13, at 3:80 o'clock. Reviews were attending to business In
rea :
small tables, and sweet In The Loan Cans 25c
peas Emergency"Crop Starke last Monday. APRICOTS 2 No 2
; Miss .Tur %
Y Hundley Dorothy will be given on the mission study used the ,
pastel shades were : for Fund 'Act la1:an emergency relief Mra. Williams has returned to ,
yi 'nor, Miss Pauline Priest Miss Jewel books read during the past month, and
dainty.decorations. ,Favors measure and not 'refinancing
her home In Lake Butler this week
:Mlaa Marlile Hemingway -
Gaasett. by the members of the
? organiza of mints BEST FOODS, BREAD and BUTTER
place cards were baskets measure. Loans are to be made
after time here with
spending some
Miss Elizabeth Craig Miss tion.
In green and white carrying out I only to farmers who,need relief to I, .
s Eunice WUllama, Miss Ella Maude her daughter, Mra. Lonnie Mann.
the St. Patrick color Idea.: win.: the basic PICKLES 15-oz.Jar 15c
Gllsson, and, I ., help carry on fanning Mrs.T.W. Reynolds and children
b' ;Carlisle,' "William Joe'Edwerds"AlKay Crews Albert Baptist Circle Meetings ,. w joying the pleasant, affair were the operations necessary, In making a of Graham spent the week-end here
teachers of the elementary grades living. The money was approprl with her Mr. and Mrs. J,
d Shirley, Arthur Copeland Norman Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Wom- parents
10 the B. H..&, ated for Ihe of Qdallty
Mlldrum, Hugh Walters,' Mr. and an's :Missionary Society was enter. ; ., ?"?. .... ,, specific purpose B. Thomas.
.' ,s :Mra.' J. E. Wilson; Mrs. Herbert tamed MondaY' afternoon at 3:00: producing plalntlng, fallowing and :Mrs. J. W. Dyal of Graham spent
Circle No.'3 and for feed for DRESSING Pint Jar 15cIONA
BapH cultivating
s Priest Mrs R.:.A,.Thomas. and Mrs. o'clock by the society president I crops, week-end here with her parents,
farm livestock in and
R. R. Hutchtnga.. Mra. A. M. ,Darby, at her'home Giving Silver Tea .drought ,Mr. and Mrs. J. W Lewis
storm-stricken areas. The act Im-
which was beautifully decorated Miss Hazel Thomas was visiting BRAND
with. Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. M. poses a very severe penalty for usIng Miss Lula Mae Lewis Sunday.Mr. ,
Young Peoples] :Mission yellow Jasmine arranged In
vases. S. will entertain at a silver tea loans from tha fund for'any and Mrs.' L. W. Sowell of TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 Cans ,25c

i" K' Study Class; :Meets Mrs. E. C. Priest, circle leader, next Thursday afternoon' March other purposes. Micanopy was visiting Mr. and
16: at 3:30: o'clock at the home of Although the maximum amountof
Tie Young Peoples Mission presided during the devotional and I Mrs. Lonnie Mann Sunday.Mr. 8 O'CLOCK

Study class of the Presbyterian business meeting, and delegateswere Mrs. George B. Flynn. an emergency crop loan to any and Mrs. R. B.Thomas were COFFEE Per, Pound ,19c

Church net at the manse Monday appointed to attendthedt-; Mra. E. W.tHayes, circle leader one farmer Is $250./aa authorizedby :attending to business, Starke ,
with her the regulations do farmer will
assistants are arrangingan
Afternoon at 4:00: o'clock,with Mrs. visional W..M. S. meeting in Jack- Friday.Mr. COLD STREAM
z p. H. Lowry aa hostess. sonville April 10. Interesting program for the aft be loaned any more than the cash and Mrs... Elmer Stokes\ot '

Mrs. Nathan, Prevail and Miss 1 A chapter from the book, "The ernoon and the circle la desirous of cost of producing the:* crops. The Tung Oil Farm were visiting their PINK SALMON, __'Tall Can ...... 12c
a good attendance from all the circles regulations ,restrict the amount
Nancy Clarke conducted the study Largest Stewardship was read by parents, Mr. and Mrs Blrt Stokes
that. be loaned to the tenants .
,of "Today's Youth and Tomorrow's :Mrs ,G. A. Anderson' after which may and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Padgett re FANCY
The proceeds from this tea:will of any one'' landlord in any one 1
the remainder of the cently.
World. An interesting discussion afternoon Can
,. was- SPINACH No. 2 lOc
be used to for the county to $500 and also restrictthe ,
in > purchase carpet Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett were
followed,with all members participating. spent laying plans for work to
church floors.. amount that may be loaned per visiting at the Tung Oil Farm Sun- '
.. A, social hour followed be done by the circle during ,the "" IONA BRAND'
', r 1 .when Mre.F'Lowry.seryed refre.hmenta. summer months. I acre, depending on the kind of crop day afternoon. .

.' + Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck invited the :Music Study Club"' I I being grown. Mr. and'Mrs. H. H. Howard and Black Eye Peas, 2 '160. Cans 15c
1 : All funds will be advanced to the
r The close will meet with Mrs. Nathan circle to meet with. her at their Meets Friday NightThe : Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were
borrower at the time the loan I is
visiting Mrs. E. Howard and Mr. ENCORE
t Prevatt afternoon April PreparedSPAGHETTI
Monday meeting
:made and not on a{budget ba ls. and Mr J. G., Howard at, Fairbanks ,
12- at Miss Two were' Fortnightly Music Study .
400 o'clock. members
Ma.rch" ;; new 'gladly The) borrower must make .the : 3 Tall Cans '25c
H Lucille,Mitchell and Miss Marjorie welcomed Into the'circle.. Mrs. Club will meet Friday evening, i Sunday. ,
amount advanced him
run through
t .Stump: will conduct the study George H. Inman and Mrs. Camp. March 9, at 7:30: o'clock, at the L. O. and Johnnie Lewis, Hazel
... .. During the social hour a sweet home of Judge and Mr E. K. Fer i the entire season, for if the money Thomas, Elvie Mann and Lula Mae
.Is used before the Is fin
ShepardSnyderA course with coffee was served by ryman. John H. Powell will have up crop Lewis were all visiting Miss Foy. FANCY V. S. No. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
? ished, or It the money Is spent for Stokes Sunday afternoon. ,
the hostess. charge of this study and he has. ,
marriage of much Interest:tot Twenty-one members' enjoyed chosen as hla subject, Brahma. ;any other purpose, additional advances Services were conducted at Dea-
friends In both Florida and Alabama Mrs. 1 will not be made. don Church Saturday and Sundayby lOLbs. 25cGOLD
Darby's hospitality. a I
:was that of Mra. Lummle V. Loans may be made to a borrower Pastor, Rev .G. E. McCauley<<: of
No. 2 was entertained by DR. WM. L. PETTINOILL I
i before hla
of Starke and Carl J. crops are planted Brooker,
Snyder Shepard Mrs. G.: W.. Alderman AT TilE MISSION HALL
and Mra..S.I .
provided a first lien be takenon
of Quincy, which was solemnized Peek'at may ---5 I
Saturday. March 3, at the the Alderman borne on \ ; the crops growing or to be I All officials of Mount Ida,,Ark., MEDAL '
Walnut afternoon of book of
Street .Monday This great teacher the 0
for the loan.; In
with the grown as security are women.; "Kitchen
Methodist Rev. Tested"
;, parsonage, the'same hour where'arran'e all .books-the Bible-haa visited 6-Lb.>> Bag 0 12-Lb Bag 24-Lb Bag
elates to the
some according law a
B. M. at
Montgomery officiating meats of' vari-colored 'sweet peaq, o"r'town, Just for a few hours butthe
first alien be taken
may on
the cropsto UP NIGHTS
,Mrs.Impressive Shepard ceremony.Is a graduate ,of and fern added a note of welcome great truths he ao simply be grown during the season even ,IF YOU GET FLOUR, 33c 59c '$1.15
In the living room where the taught, have found lodgment In the ,
guts the have not been
"the State Teachers' College ofTroy : : though .crops ,USE BUCHU AND GIN,
Ala., and for the past four were seated lednthedevotional : minds and souls of those whQ heard planted.. .In other states this Is not Make This 25c Test'
Mrs Mrs L.: G. Powell leader : him Friday evening and his message '
There it will be
years has been a popular teacher I.permitted. necessary It la a* valuable to the bladder a*
n after which a brief business lingers still, creating a desire for the borrower to agree to castor oil to the bowel Drive out IONA BRANDPEACHES
the Junior ScbooLMr.
,in Lawtey High meeting followed.,. The'stftdy for more knowledge along spiritual a first lien the to be Irapurltle and eaceee. acid whichonus
give on
crops In .et-
la Irritation reiulttn
Shepard a popular young the No. 2/ Can 15c
r .business man of River' Junction on the book; ,"The Largest-Stewardship lines that' will only be ..atlllfledwhen' grown. ting up nights, burning- frequent de.. ,
; ," was also taken up.a \ fed upon the Immutable word o Hire lea pain and backache On account
AH loans,from the fund are to
Fti 'whore, be and his bride will reside. of the alcohol ue Juniper oil 'SUNNYFIELD
At the close of a social hour and unfolded Into their lives. I be secured iby a first lien on all from whlchia-ln, Is made. ARk for

Throughout the United Stales spent In sewing fancy articles and Many lovers of Bible truth from i cropa growing or to be planted or containing Hukt, the buoha bladder leave laxative. *to. After also .OATMEAL, l.Lb.Pkff., 7c
In out of,town attended the
j, there are upward of 60,000, beauty pleasant conversation the Hostesses meeting grown or harvested during the year four day, If not pleased your drulr-
shops. assisted by Mrs.:J. E.Wilson, Jacksonville, Hampton, Keystone 1934; In the case of summer fallow- net will return :your 26o. You are SUNNYFIELD ,
O nerved a tempting salad, course.. Heights. Brooker and perhaps other bound to ,Bleep better after this
ing or the production of winter UeanelnK. Bufcet guaranteed by .
II Sixteen: members were present, towns being represented. wheat a> farmer ,nriuCgVve' a first Mitchell Drug gtor*.-Adv. ,PANCAKE FLOUR, i%-Ib. pkg 7c

:: besides'--- the hostesses at this meet, 1 Special Impromptu musical num* lien, br an agreement to give a first .. .." -- '
RITZ THEATRE nit. bert were contributed-by Mr. Tib. lien'on such crops to be harvestedIn ,IVORY SOAP, ,6-oz.Bar 5c
Circle No. 8Vaa, entertainedMonday IIItts'and his workers Keystone 1985.

_ BTARKK, FLORIDA I afternoon by Mrs.. George .Mights, the Olddens- family' of o ,In-caae of loans to renters or OCTAGON SOAP Giant 5c
B. Flynn at her home.,? .. .'tjy fAckaonvttle and a.local,,chorus of Ilhare-cropperll. the landlord will ,

'' Potted blooming azalea added, atfe.little girls., I have to waive his claim to the rent
q PROGRAMBEGINNING brightness to the rooms where the The address by Dr. ,Pettlngtll or share of crop. The law requiresthis. GOLD MEDAL

MARCH 9 members were seated and where a waa well attended by ministers, On the other hand, all tenantsor Standard Oil

pleasant afternoon was spent there being nine noted In the audience share-croppers benefllllng from WHEATIES' 25c

FRIDAY Mra.'E..Wr Hayes, circle leader, many of whom have expressed any Joan,to a. landlord must waive Tire Guaranteed 2Pkgs,

presided and after the devotionala appreciation of the opportunityof their) claims to the crops If the '
"All Of Me"Fredrio One Year No. 1 TALL., SLICED ,
brief business meting was held at hearing this' noted' Bible teacher landlord la to receive a loan from '
'March Miriam Hopkins which time the circle decided to :and author. f\ the emergency crop loan fund.The .

George Raft, Helen Mack rive a silver\ tea at the home ''of i The Five Judgments'Mwaa: the recording fee or other legal MN6NNNNFrigidaire_ PEACHES3For, : ,25cBAKER'S
subject at the Mission Tues-
Mrs Flynn on Thursday afternoon Hall fees in connection with emergency
IF March 13.. day evening.. ,All enjoyed the Cor-
s SATURDAY crop.loans: must be paid by the BREAKFAST
Mrs Don'WhItbeck of Staunton inth Singers, and the evening was Farm Credit Administration to ,

,; "California Trail" Va.,:was a visitor this meeting; profitably, spent. ,' >|_ $1.00. The borrower must pay up the

N, TIM McCOY During the social hour Mra.-Flynn i' "Is'Heaven- pUc*,'" and If so balance if any.Emergency COCOA'Lb.Can. lOc

does the ,,
served her guests which numbered scripture give Its location crop loans will mature the three .

b+ SUNDAY-MONDAY thirteen delicious wafers sandwiches T Attend the meeting next when the crops are harvestedand year guar. .WHITE HOUSE
and coffee. Tuesday when this will be the sub. JCyAPOBA.'lED'MILK'
Available for salsa I anted
"Six OfA Kind" electric refrigerator
ject. Bring Bibles Psalms '
"I No loan will be made to any individual -
Chtw. Raffglee ', Mary Botand 119:89.: ;AwSERVICE I who bas shown lack of good STaDCans 17c

Alison Sklpworth W. C. Field I AM NOWBooking I faith in repaying feed and seed ,

Burns A Alien : AT EPISCOPAL' loan made, to him In previous LUX

?;' OrderFor The ,Rev. W. S. Stoney of I years. It la evidence of failure to For tale baSmith's
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Gainesville will preach the evening observe good faith If'a borrower TOILET '

-4 "The Power And O. WALLER Improved service at St. Mark's Episcopal haa outstanding unpaid balances SOAP 3 Cakes 16c
Sunday at 7:30: o'clock.
Western Missionary StrawberryPlants for two or more years..which can- Service '
r The Glory"Spencer e not be attributed to crop. failures LUX'F'LAKE.S
Tracyn' Colleen Moore ( .eSee for Which the borrower could not 'I
Me SPECIAL PRICES /We ,wish to thank! our friends o reasonably be held responsible., '

THURSDAY; MARCH IS : who were so kind and thoughtfulof : In,'\,each case the farmer la the 'Station'- :3Pkgs.: ,27cTHE
D. W Moore .
BARGAIN NIGHT'The ,us ,during the recent, sickness :app>Mant. If he, is I not eligible
and death of our loved one, loan/' may'not be made to his wife
Mad' 'Gam STARS FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs..'Jack Crawford unmarried children members of his Starke, Fla. GREAT
l u and :Family.: _,, "' _, tamly) o'employecs?: 0 :ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

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Mrs. W. H. Biggs, Mrs. E. B.r Mrs: W. H. "1Iart, Mrs. IT: IX Mrs; Anne McGee and'daughUra:: I l t

Wells and daughter, Martha, of Wainwright,,'JrT.JUlas Edna-Strick-, Misses. Clara, Lettle and Marie, and COUNTY COUNCILS mRTIIS.. +
Mr and Silcox
,, Mrs. Lacy NAT SEZ
LOCAZ.Urs. Lawtey were'visitors here Monday. land, and Miss Eunice Perkins! Miss Ha Mae Logue, all of Stuart, \ RELIEVED OF DUTY Starke.,girl, March 41., .--a. : liJ'

1 ItAPPTh1q 'J'M'I> .:J3.mMMMMM:,Jacobs mM Mrs.MM Willie MBMM 1 ob- spent Saturday In Jacksonville' with are spending Mrs. McGee's the week brother-in-law In Starke' i (Continued from Page 1)) ': Mr., girl and-March MrSvKlzle e. .atlffn& *TEAwtey. *ni but Folks It, sure'tt may feels,lot',like be.5priug It today,-yet and, 4 I 6'

row and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mr.. and'Mrs:: Warren E.Perkins' and sister"" Mrs,"and Mrs: OrA., .AJH- '. i Mr. and :Mrs. ,O. Mf:f Faulkner) as In the Spring'a young man's fancy ; ', ,
spent Thursday in Jacksonville. are announcing the arrival of a dreu. ., basis of need, will 'be eligible for Ralford. boy, March T T ; ''lightly turns ,

H. J. SewelJ) spent Saturday son, William Edwin on Thursday. work.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling, Law- to thoughts of P
["Gainesville. Col. and O. Brown and February 22. at their home on Mrs. Thelma Johns returned' Situation Here Different- tey, boy, March: 8. love, my fancy 1s
daughter Miss Iris, of Lake Butler Thomas Street. home'' Monday, from a several I "The situation In Florida with ---.---i i turns tothoughts
B. Joyner of Lake Butler wasIvi'sltor were visitors here Monday after- weeks' visit in( Miami,' where'she reference tor Civil Works employment There are now 012 women In the lightly of }

here Friday., noon. R.. I* returned sday was the guest f Mrs, Joe Gill. and differs- from that In other United States licensed to operate. flannel trousers i
i --- to his home in Carrollton Ga., aft In Oviedo, whece: she!' ,visited her! parts ofb.. country In the very airplanes straw hats and w d ,
er A month's visit here with his' uncle and aunt:;Mr, and Mrs. L. E large proportion of the number em- '
spent Ralph Cox of Raiford studentat '' shoes: ; u
a sport "
and 'l
Col. Knight *\ ployed Civil Works who
ead'ay in MNkeonE. i I the University of Florida, spent Mrs.son-in-law Charles and daughter Mr: .and, Jordan., .\,; u \' were transferred on directly projects from the Now If your i ; j''

Saturday afternoon In Starke with Imbach relief thoughts are beginning -, J
rolls., :When the policy .of TIP TOPGROCERY
Io Patten has returned from a friends. 1 Announcements scaling down'CWA to turn't.hat ,',
L. 'employment
Mrs. R. J. Davis and little dauj'h-I .
| visit !'Live Oak., I over A period of weeks was determined way, I'mtalking
ort Ida Lula
Mrs. Rosa Jones and Myrtle Mae and Marjorie, and FOR CONGRESSI it a b 0 u t//
I ,,upon wu,aa that
Mrs. D. C.
Priest Mrs. J. H. Lord
It Surrency of Tampa were In Starke that' am'a jlothes now, you
OfLawtey'w s a and Mrs. J. H. hereby announce first group to be released under
s Norman Kinlaw were visitorsto I
isiness visitor here Saturday. Friday Visiting Mr. and' Mrs. P. M. Gainesville candidate for the office of member, the curtailed program would be can make up your mind that I amusing ;l
Friday. running I the good '
.--- Barefoot. of the House *of Representativesfrom those with:aome resources! to tide same mental telepathy on you and, i. r
the Second Congressional District them",over ,a.period until absorp prices again this week as want" you to come In and see whatwe "FS
William Dobrow was a business, Miss Rachel Smith of Madisonwas A. B. Surrency, H. P. Gainey, L. of Florida, subject to the tion in other types of employment. last week Here are some have In new Spring wearing apparel.
Tuesday. O. Hazen, L. B. Crosby, A. E. Sur-
Itor to a week-end guest of :Miss Ha. Democratic primary election .in Very few CWA employes would of them: f'tJ
-- rency, H. B. Crosby and L. A.
zel Middleton at her home on :Madison June. %i aWB come within such a category. The Easter comes this year on the

mMn: J. H. Moore of Lawtey was Street. to Brown of Brooker were attending I have a record of public'service process of cutting down employ- First of April which as you all +'Y '4, ,i
business! here Best
visitor here Monday afternoon. In Baker and Madison Counties and ment by degrees, therefore, has Creamery know is April Fool's Day;; get your
Mrs. J. C. Downing and little son, the Third Judicial Circuit of Flor- resulted in practice, in the majorityof outfit early and the joke, will be on

:Miss Mina Manassa has returned Harry, have returned from a sev- week-end Miss Martha in Gainesville Brownlee spent with her the ida consisting of seven counties, the cases as between equally desti- BUTTERCountry the other fellow. f {

a short visit In Atlanta; Ga. eral days' visit with relatives in largest in the state. You are invitedto tute Individuals, in having one cutoff '
om cousin Miss Men's
Anne Long, and attended Sport Oxfords
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
the R.O.T.C.. military ball Investigate not only my recordof from employment and the other Roll or '
service but manner of living.I arbitrarily left on. It was WHITEItLACK p'
I Brown of Brooker was my certainlyno
:Miss Iris here Friday afternoon. I E. L. Weeks and Miss Bar- at the University of Florida., hereby promise! you the same part of the intention of the relief Prints mid WHITE' t r 1,
visitor bara Weeks of Green Cove TAN and WHITE ,
faithful service rendered my people administration to effect these
andn in Starke Friday visiting Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Jeff Johns have returned I,and will conttnudi ; o live, if within Inequalities. In view of this condition Pound. 25c $2.98 $3.95 $4.95 ?
I Mrs. Charley Johns to their home here after a
Mr In Jacksonville. ;Charles Imbach.Dr. two months' visit In Barberville I my power,'so,, aa,.to' reflect honor I am, therefore, of the present e. .
spent Saturday with their son and daughter-in-law, and dignity to"thla high ',office. :opinion that it would be advisableto Men's Sport Trousers j ,
J. H. Coffee of Arcadia was Should the voters of this districtsee bring the CWA work programto Sites 20 to SO
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns.
I Mrs. W. I* Bugg of Hamptons In Starke last week visiting Mr. fit to beatowupon me this hon- complete termination this Good HeavyBROOMS

In Starke Tuesday afternoon. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mr. and or,, they may rest assured ,that I week. A definite statement on this $1.98 up'
Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State
----"'. Mrs. C. F. Hoover. will consider its sacred trust and point will be,wade" Thursday after
Farm and her friend, Mrs. Williamsof Suits Made MeasureFIT
|J. W. Douglas and Street Dendy that my every effort will be for the the situation has been discussed\ to
St. Louis, Mo. who has been her
Alachua were visitors here Frl-: Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddish best interests of the people I rep with the state advisory comna'ttee. GUARANTEED (
for several Tues- ; _. 25cSUGAR {
of Jacksonville are spending the guest days, spent resent. The only employes who will be paid ___ ___ $25.00Men's
y. In Starke with Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
day I
week here with, their parents, Mr. Your support and vote is solic out of CWA funds after the closing "" ,
kins at her .
home Walnut Street.H.
I Tracy W. Baker of Lake Geneva and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. on ited and will be,appreciated. ds+c nas been decided will b* such Straw Hats' '

ns attending to business here Friy. JAS. R.: (JIM) KELLY of Uw administrative personnel as ALL
W. L. Brownlee spent the latter ,
Mrs. Beasley of GainesVille Paid Pol. Ad. by.Jas R. Kelly. are needed<< to wind up all record3
of last week in Lakeland with
.---- spent several days In Starke Mr.part and Mrs. T. N. LImbaugh, and in nn orderly way, 'and as !soon as 10 Pounds._ ., __14c $1.00New 4
|Mr. and Mrs.' W H. Smith of last week with her parents Mr. FOR LEGISLATUREI this walk has been done the CWA
kmpson were visitors here Satur- and Mrs. J. C. :Manning.: .was accompanied home by Mrs. wish to make official administrative staffs' will also be ShirtsA
Brownlee and their little daughter hereby NICE ASSORTMENT
disbanded. Whole GrainRICE
y. Madge, who''have been spending announcement of'my entrance Into
Mr. and Mrs..C.H. Nasworthy, .
to $1.50IT
days with Mrs.Brownlee'sbrotherInlaw the race for State Representativefrom
F, E. Carr of Keystone Heights Mrs. G. H. Meadle, J. P. Warren several and sister. Bradford County, subject to Many of the greyhounds being I t
here Satur- Carbone raced in owned PAYS TO BUY AT
i a business visitor and Angelo spent Sunday 'r the will of the Democratic votersof England are by ,

afternoon, in Gainesville., Mr. and .Mrs. Glenn Waters 'ofJacksonville this county." M women., ) 5 Pounds_____22c STERNBERG'SStarke
I was born andiraised In Florida
were : guests
and Mrs. H. H.' Howard oflooker Mrs.' O. L.. Beasley returned Two-thirds'of man's worries are
of Mrs; Sarah F. Hamrick at her and'have spent thirty-eight years
about :;
: Florida
visitors here Satur- home Sunday from a two weeks'- money ,
home, on South Walnut Street. 'in the state, and two years In the
y. visit in Tampa'with 'he1'l parents, World War. I have never resided -
They were accompanied home by : -- 1I
Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Durden.Mr. i
the formers mother,Mrs Myrt Wa- or'worked In any other state. I ie.
|C. H. Nasworthy was attending ters of Atlanta, Ga., who has been .have worked for! twenty years In .
business in Jacksonville Tues- 'and Mrs.. J. P. Roberta recently : schools of Florida, and I believeI e
the gueatof.Mra. Hamrick for several the tr' le ssy 4 ,
moved here from Brooker
y. weeks. I know the needs of the schools, the
and have an'apartment at the Addison children and the citizens of Florida
I C. B. Roberts of Graham home on Madison Street Spring Cit his chanceS
Mrs '
Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, accompanied -,as well as any one in the state.
as a visitor here, Friday by their son-in-law and I am in this race for benefit I can ,.
on H.' C. Richard,president of the daughter, Mr.. and Mrs. R. L.. McDowell be to the citizens and future citizens before :. : II I" (lei ;
Atlantic National Bank of Palatka "fsng.
of Jacksonville, and Mrs. A. of Bradford County and the
I R. Kelley of Madl- and former resident of Starke, wasa
Judge Zltzkee of Chicago, HI., spent the whole State of Florida, and I will '
In was visiting friends In Starke prominent.visitor here Friday. work hard toward that end. Your
week-end in Plant City' with Mr. DO YOU KNOW why so many peopleare ,'t
unday. -- and Mrs1. Uglow's son-in-law and support will be appreciated.
I Jack Bowden of. Hollywood buying tires from us earlier than
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Respectfully,
|Mrs., A.,F. Sauls.and daughter, Calif.;who is enjoying a short visit Ward, and while there attendedthe LEON-A. GRAY. usual this year? Why Goodyear fac 'Ii.

lisa Louise Snyder, spent"*Satury -I' in LakeButler with his parents, Strawberry Festival Paid Pol. Ad. *y Leon A. Gray. tories, are humming? Everyone ,,
!In Jacksonville' : was a visitor to. Starke Friday. ., ,____ u___. ,
-' ": (' believes prices are headed upward

10. L. Patten and T. F;'Landrum.1 'Mrs. .1'C:'' ;"-Adkins of Gainesville and thinking car owners figure It's no

We attending to business t>t Jack'Inville spent""Tue8dayafternoon In Starke so R.Jj5iiJ saving to run risks while using up old
Wednesday.. with her mother and sister, Mrs.
rubber only to for ,tires
pay more new
M: IB.'Edwards and Mrs. ,A... ZdA(1-(
I Mrs. John,W. Williams' orT\t.\ ; J.n t.-;.. ... ,1 if'_ later. That's why we say "Spring atthiachancebeforeSpring"thischance

see spent the week-end with --- WEEK-END / 'w..

rs, William Norris... ., .... "" Ii-a d Mrs. John J. Canova and to buy at present low prices. Invest '
llttl son of Galnoavllle were here ,, u
I Mra.: Lee Cotton and Mrs. L. F.: the first of the week visiting Mr. In ''a whole new set of Goodyear8-

mklns of Lawtey were visItorsre Canova's mother, Mrs. Eunice E. SPECIALS you'll be glad you acted on our advice.

Monday afternoon.. Canova.. :' dip.

I Mrs. J. H. Pitts and son, Keffee, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs.

|>ent the week-end with relatives F,:u. Long: Mrs. R. F.-Demorest,
: Valdosta and Ashb rn, Ga. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. H. .
C. Ritch spent Saturday Jack 4 Lbs. BANANAS _______....;_....*-_,:15c GOODTEAR ,_.

I Mra. E.L.'Biggs la spending sev- sonville. SALT '* lOc I
3 Pkgs. ___ i ,
j-ol days in St. Augustine ,with ""f.-J .-r-- ? ''S.

r mother,.Mrs. O,,J. Griffin. &. L. Crews of New River, the 3 Pkgs. Argo STARCH_____::.;..;--..Jc. Makeyourcara"1l34Mode1"In Riding'Comfort-change guaranteed':i"'
newly appointed member of the u W. baa ;

.Board of Public Instruction, was 24 Lbs.'FLOUR ___...,?...____-.i: ___'-85c to Wg super-soft I Goodyear at lower. prices'' ,tfi

ENT A WORD I Monday.attending to his official duties here 24 Lbs. White Castle FLOUR___: __$1.00 GoodyearAirwheel iI//// than All-Weather' shown ti$'

I .. \ here-but more people. buy ;
24 LBs. Pillsbury Best FLOUR _... $1.10 Tires '
COLUMN I :Paur Knight a student at the ;- the All'Weatberl Tire* are "I}
University of Florida Law School, '-jet our special offer
10 Lbs. GRITS MEAL.20c: still low'
OR SALE-Small hogs and brood short time here Monday or so In price that, unless -
I sows. 'See or write Gus FOUQ-- CoL and Mrs. D. Good)'....builds more than 9tluea you're trading In !
with his parents, 5 Lbs. Northern BEANS ___ __ yourcar i,
In,, Crosby Lake. Itp E. > ..many Airwheel Tire* ,
Knight. this
Spring, It's beet to ,(
5 Lbs. Navy BEANS___-.___ 25c as all other low-preeure tires. 1N4
JECOND HAND GOODSBoughtand ------ combined. Invest. In the best. That, way 1;
I sold at 319 W.,Madison St., t\
tarke. J. H. Lord A: Co.. It 5 Lbs. Black Eye PEAS _____-____25c I' you spread the benefit of

NE, large Jersey bull for.sale or CAN You IMAGINE/ 4 Lbs. Lima BEANS---.25c today's great values over' the t
most months and miles. 'Iof i

|itch exchange goats, for.freshen young In heifers March;; 3 Lbs. LARD y___ ___,., ,.________23c ;

Ihita Pattee gold, Rt.ring 2., diamond' set. F.It Alladin COFFEE, Pound T.....""I __ _-,,,T.27c' StUl priced at low as$74OH"

Fancy Sliced Breakfast BACON: lb. 20c
? --
this :
ANTED-Baby alligators, ", i'

year's hatch. 'Advise quantityu 3 Tall Cans MILK ____-_,...........1__I7c : ; ,
can supply Immediately. E. A. (,
1 lartln Seed Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 4 Ritter's BEANS,- -,..........?- ____....-___17c
.OR SALE Cabbage plants, I'

Wakefield, Succession'and Flat '. YELLOW CORN,, ___.,.____ ___$1.65
'etch, I5o per loop< $X per '1.000.
Inlon sets later. A. J., Griffls Pure Wheat SHORTS (16 per cent) ,$1.65

arke, Florida. 11-24U SWEET FEED "" ____.*________'$1.75"I' I

White's Store. Fordhooks and Best Grade SCRATCH ,.______--$1.90 '

Irlngiess enderson's bean bush'seed. llmM A variety, also of, :CAN how YOU( grateful IMAOINK-i i. the iron InWbUr 'Blue J y.LayMASH r.--_:...,...-____-$2.50 ,SEE. THE' NEW BUICK

own,N.y.ho.having vndcraonc -
]>rn, peas and peanuts.... Get our a serious operation and lived PROTECT YOUR SEED CORN BY USINOStanley's

Ices. 3-213tl3-1S| | for mpirMis en milk. and weak broths, CROW REPELLENT' '

1000.000 WBERRY'Missionary' PLANTS and _Blake for/ .'fournf and is P able:'itivclief to.eat regularly in BISM/HtDC, Enough for On Buabel Seed C-._.._,_,.. .60c NOW ON DISPLAY

ore at $2.00 per 1.000 $0.25 per '
teed true to name state certified, BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEW'
Mease free;new land plants.: Place ls anew' antac.d: treatment \
with Brownlee Bros.' Cornndence .
that is bringing welcome relief '
solicited. C. S. Perdue,

f\urseryman, Showell. Md.11912t44tTNTING'S ,and suffer other to the thousand.acid agonies stomach everywhere'''of ailments.Indigestion who Phone 45 Free Delivery Prices Subject to Change 'Without Notice, and to Any ''fit'> .

SELECT MISSIONARY 'Blsma-Rex acts four ways to give State Sales Tax ,.,1" ;

STRAWBERRY PLANTS astlng relief In three minutes.. .It .
Grown on the famous Eastern neutralizes excess acid; relieves s. R. Johns I .

hore MarylrntJ' and Delawarf 'fho stomach .of fas;' oothesOh Register Motor Go.

[ Free of diao "e', and I'Insect* irritated >membranes and aids 'It'" .. .. : '
clal price $2.0O per 1,000 plus digestion cf;foods'most;likely to 'THE
ress. Place crd rs .With.J1B.: ferment.", Biama-Rex 1.. sold only OLD RELIABLESERVICE Phone 103 For Road Service.

PPP,. Starke. FI- 'or write'Buntfr at Resell Drug Stores Get. a Jar : 'MY.''MOTTO FOR OVER 'TlUArrnvz.TZUS STARKE FLORIDAt '
Nurseries- toe, ,SelbyviUe, today at ,Mitchell's Drug Store'; ,

,, 'Ittorlda? ,. A4v. .

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o -- ALSOP SCORES we have
--"" e
As the result that the number thirteen IItq

t Hint To HousewivesWeekly of an official Inquiry conducted by number lucky, in Japan they reM:
himself into circumstances surrounding four in The same
w STATE NEWSNews the Injury and death of -
LIVE : --..
FARMERS SECTION from Bem Demonstra- Troy A. Chastain, youthful milk '

tton Specialist Tallahassee truck helper, Mayor Alsop publicly fffiftQ'*
of Florida in Short Paragraphs urged Police Chief A. :J. Roberts )
Demonstration Agents
Conducted by
t tr ADDITIONAL USES OF and other officers "to do their utmost ,

lj ; I FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES: to Impress upon members of

54 .._ UII! ,. ....... the police department the Imperative
} ---- -- -- Strawberry Sauce 1Ii- need of greater efficiency and

{ } This recipe requires two quarts FORM CORPORATION A PLEASANT SURPRISE /a better morale." In a public statement
Desirable Crops Are strawberries and two the said that while
j RURAL cups sugar. JACKSONVILLE A corpora- TALLAHASSEE AU these mayor
S3 '
Suggested For Rented Wash carefully and cap berries.Do tion was formed here for the pur- years William Salter has lived in the evidence given at the hearingdid

COMMON SENSE not allow berries to stand in the pose of borrowing $100,000 In Fed- fear of being picked up as an escaped not show any "intentional dere-

d{ lax Acres On State Farms water when preparing; them.. Cut eral funds with which to start a life-term convict and sent liction of duty on the part of members -

By SPUDS JOHNSONRESTORATION berries in small pieces or crush subsistence farm colony on the outskirts back to the Florida State Prison of the police department," for

GAINESVILLE-With between very slightly. Add sugar and bring of the city which will pro- Now he finds he has been a free the sake of greater efficiency end a

: OF GAME 25,000: and 30,000 acres of Florida very slowly to boiling point in a vide for fifty families. man since March 17,1928. Finger better morale in the department, "I

; 4 1 SUPPLY OF NATION OF cotton land rented to the Secretary covered kettle. Let stand covered, prints of a man In custody in At- feel constrained to publicly state
1 i FLORIDA a few hours. Reheat and let standa that in opinion at least four
INTEREST: TO of-Agriculture this year In the crop NO REDEMPTION lanta, Ga., revealed he was Salter. my
adjustment program, considerable second time, preferably over I TALLAHASSEE-There can be Governor Sholtz signed a requisi- members of the police department

i Florida Is vitally interested in interest centers in the possible uses night. Bring again to boiling no redemption of delinquent taxes tion for his return and agents were might have been more alert and

41 plans now afoot for Increasing the, to be made of these rented acres. point, simmer gently ten minutes. with bonds, under the Futch bill, en route to Atlanta to push, extra- more attentive to their duties in
of animals Pack In hot sterile Jars, and seal at connection with this "
o supply game particularly : dition when the State case.
Certain specific uses of these rent until tax sale certificates held by proceedings ,
waterfowl and migratory I ed acres are permitted by the Sec- once. If Jar rubbers are boiling the state are two old. Attor- Prison Bureau found Salter was UP TO year\ can h worU
birds In the United States. Secre- hot and strawberries when years WWT tmC
boiling nerve at high
: free. The extradition has been re
retary, and only the uses as specified General Cary D. Landis in-
tary of Agriculture Wallace with 'placed In Jars no further processing ney called. No wonder you sns> at the
should be made of them, says formed Comptroller J. M. Lee In an for the next and bark at the cMdwar etp
} the approval of President Roose- is
J. Lee Smith, district extensionagent. necessary. -- Send $1
week. Watch
opinion last out!
5 months of Oyerworhi
committee to
velt has appointed a Strawberry sauce be used AWARDED MIAMIAN (
may I ______ MEDAL Iltaves: may lead to
k, outline of action to this Sleep\-\ .;
a course
over cold rice corn starch puddingor TALLAHASSEE Chosen "for
3j\ Among the replacement crop. PHONE HEARING ADJOURNED -- No(
end. Plans have been studied and TheAtlantic
other desserts of like character. disinterested
; permitted on cotton land rented to rate his outstanding ability, sus Indigestion and a host
drafted. Mix the fruit with one-half quantity ORLANDO-The telephone ether unpleasant !
courage and conspicuous success disturb.
the (1) soil Improving *
Secretary are: Rail-
aJ;, One of the attractions of Floridais of thin cream. Pour over the hearing before the Florida I In a number of cases" N. Ver- Why don't you try Dr. MOlt
crops; (2) erosion prevent- road Commission in which telephone Monthly Bfferreeat
the excellent bunting which can dessert. Nervine Tsbletil
non Hawthorne, Miami state's attorney ,
!u ing crops: ((3) food crops for con- companies operating In the .Just one In half
state. a
be obtained in the From one Ice Cream i has been awarded the 1933 rlui II
sumption on the farm where Strawberry state were asked to show cause, the most of your read- water makes a pleasant
4 end of the state to the other MAKE tpab
game Take of strawberries, law enforcement medal, symbolic
grown; ((4) feed crops for the pro- a quart i line drink
birds and animals abound. But in why their basic rates should not be hours. Enjoy the wit, delightfully; 800Ihbw
one-half of his contribution toward law
e one anr en-
duction of livestock or livestock one cup sugar to over-taxed
reduced, was adjourned here. It the wisdom the companionship, nerves
recent there have been
years whites of four forcement in Florida the
cream, during Dr. Miles'
? products which are used or consumed cups heavy Nervine Is
notable decreases and will convene again at Miami April ; the charm that have made the
on the farm where raised. eggs, one-eighth teaspoonful salt past year. The Miami prosecutorwho sands. ta two forms-Llmld\ ,3sTffsrresfsut .
S'I of the
and others interested In seeing the 17 for a resumption inquiry. ATLANTIC, for seventyfiveyears
1141 and and one-half milk. In the Tablet. Both
In addition, the land may lie Idle or one cups gained prominence case bn
r9 state's supply of game maintained fallow. Wash, hull and mash berries. of Gulseppe Zangara assassin of America's most quoted UM same soothing effect'
ri t have become seriously concerned. CARNERA STILL CHAMPION and mos' chedished $L00 at drag .
Among the soil improvement Sprinkle with sugar; cover and Jet Mayor Anton Cermak of Chicago magazine. rev: start

'k' A shortage in number of ducks i I crops which commend themselvesto stand.several hours; then squeeze MIAMI-The David of the prize In an attempt on the life of then Send 91 (mentioning this ad) S '1'' as,'

partlcuarly, spending the winter Florida farmers are cowpeas, through a double thickness of ring,little Tommy Loughran,failed ,President-Elect Roosevelt, was selected to
here has been felt velvet beans, beggarweed crotala- cheesecloth. Mix cream, milk to beat pugilisms Goliath, huge : from a list of eleven nomi r

( With the Agricultural Adjustment ria and common leapedeza. All of whites of eggs beaten until stiff, Primo Camera, but he did manageto nees for the award. The medal THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY f-1r'N

4r Administration endeavoring these are good green manure crops ,and salt. Freeze to a mush using stand the giant off for fifteen was offered by the United States 8 Arlington S&. Boston

g to adjust production of principal and all except crotalarla! ( are feed twenty-three parts finely crushedIce rounds though he lost the decisionIn Flag Association. TABLETS

American crops to consumption, we crops as well. to one part rock salt. Add a rain-swept financially har-

I are beginning to realize that we On land subject to washing probabJy fruit Juice and continue freezing. rassed heavyweight championship

have expended huge sums of money the best plan is to terrace ade- If the fruit is acid, more sugar may dueL .

r in reclaiming marsh and other quately and sow to a permanent be necessary. -

waste lands for production which pasture mixture of carpet grass FIRED AFTER KILLING 4

v we didn't need. Drainage of lakes and lespedeza, five to ten poundsof Eating: More Fish TALLAHASSEE: The state ,

and swamps in the northern United seed of each per acre. This pasture Prison Bureau requested Murray
;'t States resulted in fewer breeding combination not only con- Gives Food ValuesAt Same, state's attorney In Volusia

u grounds for ducks, and consequent serves fertility, but also helps to County, to (Investigate the killing;
? % ly much fewer ducks. An effort build up the soil and provides feed : Minimum Costs of Sam Logan, negro convict, in a

j' now is being made to restore some for livestock. prison camp last week. The bureau .:;:': :i

1f- I- of these areas to their former use Any crop needed for food by the TALLAHASSEE observing to relieve Capt. H. M.Thomas,

as breeding grounds for waterfowL farmer or his tenants for home Florida Fish and Sea Foods Week, now In charge of the camp, pendinga

Among the first work contem- consumption by members of the March 12 to 17. housewives will completion of the investigation.
plated under the plan Is the creation family is permitted and encouragedby learn that Inexpensive products of -

of new water areas, restoration the Secretary of Agriculture. local waters rank high in essential RAISE 100,000 BIRDS

of drained lands unprofitable This offers the farmer an excellent elements of nutrition, according to WELAKA-That the quail hatch
4 to agriculture, renewing of natural to for home
opportunity provide Isabelle S. Tbursby specialist In modernIn
ery here will be the most
:n food supplies for game, provisionof needs and reduce living expenses.An food conservation of the Agricultural the South Is the claim of W. :M.Xrnson. .
cover and nesting sites protec- Is offered for increasing
opportunity Extension Service. r.1,.,
superintendent of state i .
tion of birds from natural enemies, the numbers of livestock
Fish and shellfish furnish an ex-, hatcheries, in active charge of the
preventing diseases
and amounts of livestock
cellent supply of proteins and fats I 100,000 CWA hatchery projectnow
More Fed-
patrolling refuges.
the the desirable
on Among -
eral and are rich in vitamins and minerals nearing completion under state
game refuges are contemplated feed for livestock are
crops it has been repeatedly point- upervtsion. Although the quail
peanuts, sugar cane, Sudan grass, ed out by Miss Thursby. Home:l breeding farm Is but a single unit
a' It Is suggested that much of the velvet beans chufas
cowpeas, pas- have
demonstration workers who I
of the layout which also embraces
land being taken out of production tures grasses and others. I:
stressed the value of sea foods in a large mouth black bass hatchery,
z P under the program of the AAA e I
the diet are co-operating with the shad deer breeding farm
might profitably be put to the PINE TREES DYING ,
agencies sponsoring Florida Fish I'and aquarium, the improvement in tad
restoration of better conditions for -BRONSON-Short straw pinesare
and Sea Foods Week,she says. bred
the production of upland game dying in considerable numbersin the size of the quail here, Coast
'birds. the western part of Levy Countyon Bass and bream, crabs and craw- which will be released In different

Came Is coming to be considered the Suwannee River and Gulf fish, mackerel and mullet, shrimpand sections of the state, should proveof < ,

dk as one of his most Important crop. Hammock, reports D P. McKenzie.Mr. scallops,turtles and terrapins great benefit to sportsmen.

t'' by the average farmer Its conservation McKenzie and others who have especially are commended by Miss -.

r : is of interest to the city noted this seem greatly puzzled as Thursby as Florida products deserving LARSON AGAIN SWORN

r sportsman as well as the farmer.., to why this should be. He states of more extensive con- JACKSONVILLE :J. Edwin

i 4, Fish and shellfish furnish an excellent that seemingly the deaths are confined sumption by home people. The roe Larson became the collector of in- West Coast
of mullet, shad and other species
supply of proteins and fats almost wholly to the shortstraw ternal revenue for the United

-lA the? diet,.and as a source of cer- pine or black' woods pine, particularly Is high In protein vita- States government in Florida allover ,
talb vitamins they are of great im commonly called short leaf.' The min and iodine content. Abundant again last week. Mr. Larson

E+ portance. trees seem to start dying at: the supplies, usually at reasonable took the oath of office at Miami,

top of the tree first and work down prices, make It possible for Florida while In his offices here the official
Make 1934 a year of food, feed until the whole of the tree is dead; people frequently to enjoy these transfer was made from an interim j =
all around the state"are
foods that elsewhere must be regarded -
: and fertility crops., the straw turning yellow and dropping luxuries appointment to ,one fully recog-
? as the United
off nized and approved by
e Canning of fish safely may be States Senate. It was merely a

PALM TREK INQUIRY done at home, using pressure cookers formality, but it was a procedure
I Miss Thursby emphasizes, and law and one attendedby
CLEARWATER-Two experts required by . places of beauty and
from' the University of Florida hence large'catches can be con- all the steps taken last summer

started an investigation here last served. Home demonstration agentsin when :Mr. Larson became collector

week to determine what Is respon: many counties'are prepared to under an appointment by President interest you ,should not miss.
I furnish detailed information concerning Roosevelt. In January the Senate
sible for the death of WashingtonIan -
palm trees In the Harbor Oaks the best methods. Family confirmed that appointment by IV ""II
section. fishing parties often take canning unanimous vote and that fact 1
See ALL of Florida this I No
outfits with them when they go necessitated the second group of year

ACRES IN MELONS to favorite lake river or seacoast. formalities. Mr. Larson's appoint State offers the' tourist such a varietyof

LEESBURG the Groveland Canned fish not only Is a laborsaving -' ment Is at "the pleasure of thePresident.
entertainment. There the fa-
IRS district near Leesburg nearly 800 food but when it is available ." are I

;Y s cvoa, acres have been planted to watermelons greater variety In meals Is assured moos ocean beaches, the beautiful : I

assuring this section of CHARGES NOT DENIED
n.p some heavy shipping next May and Sprays Found Which QUINCY-Admitting that conditions Gulf resorts, the Bok Tower, Silver i

June. at the State Hospital for the Springs, the races at Miami, mile after
i Destroy Case Bearer deplorable
Insane 'at Chattahoochee are -
mile of citrus'groves..A wealth of
die aso charged In last week'sissue
DKeiba_ Selectof ,Infects On Pecans of the Oadsdeit County Times, scenery and points,of historical inter.

r never sold/for !ass thai}, Taking I Governor Dave Shots baa promised -
s.e est, and a fine network of paved roads
the situation
10cYog buy i GAIN s\tiLIJII-sprays devel- /a careful check-ap on -
now can
Unknown oped at the Florida Agricultural and with his cabinet Is tryingto puts them within a few hours ride.
: the same) size and quality Drugs Experiment Station have been giving devise some way to bring about

i'' for 5ofJmtthlnk, long I excellent results In control of relief. Governor SholU has writ- Get one of,the,new 1934 Florida
A Great Folly the leaf case-bearer and nut case- ten to Rev. Paul Redfeam at Chat-
Havana and Jmtorted tobacco 'bearer.. Insects extremely destructive tahoochee that be and his associates Road maps, beautifully printed in

for only Scnsst to pecans the station's annual are working hard to see four colors, from any Standard Oil
Doctors throughout the world report reveals. whether or not the salaries of em-
on a FLOR de E As agree. there is no greater folly than Last for the second successive ployea at the Institution, and es- dealer or service station, and see all

to the moftt to boy and tab unknown ..... season year the dorman' sprays pecially those In the) lower brackets of Florida'' this season. .. .

,a:s get your Ask your own doctor. ,giive: a 100 per cent kill of the leaf can be definitely elevated. He ,. ,',. ', '
Jght. 80-when you go into a store case-bearer without apparent In- has likewise said that statements ,
for real Bayer Aspirin see that I Jury to the trees. Stomach poisonswere made by the Times are true and

.1.L.wis Clear Mf"Co.Maker* a ember not effective with this insect. that he wishes every citizen In -, "".

L Newarll..J. B that doctors as- With the nut case-bearer however Florida knew exactly the conditions -

:i ifI a.t cI ,done Genuine rsttsf tartar Bayer headache. Aspirin, __ssSAFE results., stomach,The dormant poisons gave sprays better destroyed -' existing.BILIOUSNESS. Keep your oil
threat paios of ;thsamaWla / ESSOLUBE- the most dependable and
a and them Just as efficiently as
arnitis in the case of the leaf case-bearers, economical motor lubrication you can buy.
Jest rnneraber" thin Demad
however and promise the means
I MELBA and get Genuine- for control'of both insects ellml- ,
Bayer Aspirin.GcnowM Sour stomach ?
nattlng the necessity for one sum c, CROWN STANDARD GASOLINE Is
and headache
mer spraying. gas the biggest bargain in motor-faeL
STD Contains
1 Jk CIGAR$31Mrana'OAINr Bayer Atpirin OTICn' Or ADOPTION dtte Jo actual added
Joe* not harm .. ... Clmlt C..r* .. ... T*>...rSlstfc CONSTIPATIONaloraas anti-knock properties and
....I.... Clmlt .* VterMa. (,t0L* ,sells at no extra cosf.
V heart ,.. .
:SVII.1... CANDY CO. and Bradford C..ty.:
flslnesvUla Ulu. Dlstelaaser tea r {otlo. I* 1I..eb. Oven that. on th14th .
F; day of brurjr.. A. D. 1534. at
1 ft'00: o'clock P. M., or aa oon tbere-
after a. ean b. heard. th. undcrIcnxl -
.' Intend to apply to )Honorabl .
Court of th. Tw.ntrlxth JudicialClro'tlt
I our Many Tears Experience. Make It Possible for u. to Reeder of Florida In and for Bradford -
County, at hl> office la 8tark..
I+ EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Florida or wh.r.v.r h. may thn b.. 'KENTUCKY
,,MODERATE: I'BICESnWI'lT for an order authorlilnr the under MAMC RIO. IN
signed to adopt *' nc" Alderman anLlaor.
? tto&0.. c. wuiTE.

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NOTICR TO APPEAR 1 ant, Charlotte Ruler Rhoada. appearto ; .
LORIUAo In the name or the State of Florida:. the Bill of Complaint on the rod I
r 4HGHL1GHTS e16rkt4WWr 1.f.tMI41Y EJ? day of Apt'II. A. D. 1814 otherwise a !',.I" 1'\\ ,
.. It appearing; by affidavit filed In' .... will .. '\ I "
2gaajM-tg_ ug _fmug*_n ...... decree pro c(>nte. I b enteredattalnat ,
that curtain cause In the Circuit h..c for her. failure to appear' ) '
r Court Twvnty-Hlxth: Judicial CircuitIn : It ta further OHDKKttU.: that thisorder t" 1 1
and for Bradford County, Florida, ".
It1b1 .:' t l tl.a r s & -' -*'*, In Chancery, entitled Horses tiorlmor, four connet-utlve be. published week once In a the week Brad for i' ( I i
& $ ?'M'K j' ,
rrt y ar It hOl'" complainant va. ChariottBlxler fold County Teleitraph a
newspaperof "
f word is a urns ante my feet, and a light auto my palk-PulmAii /. 1I9:1: 5. relief prayed Hhoadon for, defendant being a, dlvorrei and the, Bradford",,, ,,,.,,Count,,."Florida.Witness .. published. In ,1\\,'. :'"} ',l'I'' ''

that the defendant la a resident of a nw hand and the official :. 'p pNeal 'j\\ ,
11ffDr 9111 f'2f"BU"' religious teaching doctrine or State or Country; other than. Florida, of said Court this. the 7th day of ,! JI j" I
It creed if they are to have any claim to-wlt th. City; of Lone. Island State February A. D. 19S4, x :
of N.w York, and la the of
love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with over ago. A. J. THOMAS. ; i t ,
n the twenty-one years and that there Is Cleric'" of the Circuit Court '1'
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teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice no person In the State of Florida Bradford County, Florida. ""
II human heart. and of whom it was said in John 11.6.: "NEVER MAN service upon whom would personally O. t* PA'r TaN, .tit "',
KE LIKE TiIS MAN bind said defendant. Solicitor for Complainant. 'f1" '
M I IS Iie In Ir IT IS CRUSHED: that the defend a- istu-. ,. 't 'to ,
{pastors of Bradford and Union counties are..Invited- 1I8tI! this do r I : l..
eat for new of church activities. organization and announcet } ,

*. Space freely liven and no charge mode-tho only requirement
t that such Items reach this office before Wednesday: morning n Jrbi
anise! they cannot be handled for current Issue.SKE ,

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CHURCH DIRECTORY him wilt thou then that we go

and gather them up? $ Pickers'TICKETS

First Baptist Churchv. But he said, Nay; lest while ye Strawberry ,

J. J. Johnson pastor. gather up the tares ye root up also : + "
day School-10:00: A. Morning the wheat with them. Let both J

Worship-11:00: A. M. grow together until the' harvest: 1.

Y. P. U.-6:30: P. M. and in the time of harvest I will

venlng Worship-7:30: P. M. say to the reapers. Gather ye to- .

| cordial invitation extended to gether first the tares, and bind jS f
here services. them in bundles to burn them; but r4 ,i

gather the wheat Into my barn."

Church Of Christ And again He said "The king- wMwt

(First Christian) dom of heaven is like to a grain of "

K. Earl Voiles Pastor mustard seed which a man took,, $2.00 Per Thousand '

irvlces Sunday March'11: and sowed In his field: which indeed -

Able School, 10:00 a.m. is the least of all seed: but t ,'!:P .b -

orning worship and commun- when it Is grown, It is the greatest r : Rr I

111:00: o'clock. Sermon, "What among herbs, becometh a tree, so f 25c Each Additional ChangeAt
Christian"" that the birds of the air come and "ltWT'T*

evening worship 7:30.: Sermon, lodge In the branches thereof." And TJlG tes *'* ?* .a

Lngr Free Indeed." "Another parable spake He unto

id-week services Thursday them: The kingdom of heaven Is BLACK.. w fy. TheBradford
l p.m. like unto leaven which a woman WIDOW tS
took and hid in three measures of

Methooui Churchev. meal (about one bushel), till the A Ft02/0A S7V64MAT

B. M. Montgomery Pastor. whole was leavened.-Again, the MOST it THAT O/.sAPPGA I

day School 10 a.m. kingdom of heaven is like unto County

tornlng worship at 11:00: a.m. treasure hid in a field: the which T47rt' B iA

[oung People's Meeting::30 when a man has found he sellethall

that he hath and buyeth that f/ED .
C lJ&G : ,:
venlng Worship-7:30: P. M. field. Again the kingdom of heaven

is like unto a merchant man TVVAY Telegraph
Presbyterian Churchev. seeking pearls;''who when he had -

George H. Lowry. Minister. found one pearl of great price, PASCO COUNTY .

trvices next Sunday as follows: went and sold all that he had and YJOIl/OA-

i::00 A. M.-Sunday School T. bought it. Again the kingdom of -- 9

Vllllams, acting superintendent. heaven is like unto a net, that was M tne western:: part of .Pasco count appreciative nature-lover. PHONE 29 STARKE, FLA. fi fiw

on Topic 0"Parables of the cast into the sea, and gathered of ;here 13 a stream that loses itself 1 This There is one widow in 'Florida that is

dom." every kind; which, when it was full, strange body of water, which is known as decidedly dangerous for her bite is some

:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; they drew to shore, and gathered BEAR CREEK, drops into an underground times fatal I She is none other than the
non by the pastor. the good into the vessels but cast ___
passage to become a subterraneanriver BLACK WIDOW and belongs to a small m
130 P. M. Christian Endeavor the bad away. So shall it be at the
; It is not definitely known if the group of venomous spiders rather com- l
lie entl of the world: the angels shall
Did Religion Mean to
Cream reappears however some people mon in the South. The adult female
come forth and sever the wicked
? Leader Lamb.
f:30:is P. M.-,Evening Dorothy Worship; from among the just and shall cast relieve that it bobs up again in Boiling measures almost a half inch in length and HOW WOMEN, CAN WIN MEN

and sermon. them into the furnace of fire. Jesus Springs at Hudson, about 3 miles away. is found under old logs and loose bark

lioir practice Tuesday evening salth unto them, have ye un- The spot where this unusual Florida She is blackish with a red splotch on her

:30.cordial: derstood all these things? They say stream drops from sight is a, place of abdomen. Always beware of the Black AND MEN WINThe

Invitation to all our unto Him, Yea, Lord. Then said beauty and is well worth. a visit by theb1teBJ Widow!

|Ices extended to all. He unto them, therefore every Favor of Other Meneipeot
.> I!scribe which is Instructed unto the
kingdom of heaven Is like unto a supplies the reducers failed to provide ROSEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH Unless two pints of bile juice ;" them tea get rid of this ","Iso. 1.'
INDAY SCHOOL man that Is an householder, which I and which they will have to I flow daily from your liver into that destroys your personal charm. They fl\ '
can't do It, foe they only out the y
brlngeth) forth out of his treasure buy will cost more than the bonuses i"The Place Where the Bible Is the your bowels your food decays In tall end of your bowels and move that doesn't ,\\1 1
LESSON things new and old." can make up for. your bowels. This poisons your take away enough of the decayed pulaoa.Uoanutloe "(:
Only Textbook'You whole body. Movements get hard won'I h.lp at all.OiiN .",
The parables of the treasure and : "
The farmers who do not grow s free How of your bile JulM will
the pearl show the value of salva- truck have to depend for occasional are cordially Invited to at- and constipated. You get yellow Ion this d..,poison In your bowels The 1 if:,
FOR MARCH 11, 1934 tongue, yellow skin pimples dull one mild v.n""'bl. mullein which ata.ru ,It
tion. cash money on what pork tend the service at Rosewood Bap- bad breath bad taste gas ,a free How of your bile iuloe la Carter' ':}
S eggs and poultry they can, sell. tist Church next Lord's Day, located I dizziness, headache. You have become Little Liver Fill.. No calomel (nwrmirytIn i iI.
Parables of -
bject: King- two miles south of Starke Carter's Only: line mild vegetable*
-- Starke Florida These products are all derived from I on an Uffly-looking! foulsmelling attract. If you would brlnir. bask your
March { 1934. corn and corn lacking they cannotbe Road 13.Morning. sour-thinkln person. You personal eharnt to win men, alert taalaslCarter's / r
olden Text: "Of the increase had. Farmers as food I 11 subject have lost your personal charm. ; Llttl I Liver Fills': according to t{
Editor Telegraph producers worship, a.m.: directions tads XB0 at drug atorwa.K }
}is government and peace there BOB JONES Dear Sir owe a duty to those who are "The Christian's Place in the Everybody wants to run from you. .fua."eomethlna; Just aa mod", for It
: But don't take salts mineral may gripe Ion.... teeth or ecalilr.otum.
I be no end. Isaiah ,
not farmers. Until lately big World"-and how is he filling It? .
If the Secretary of Agriculture Auk for Carter' Little
Text Matthew 13:31-33: ,: waters oils, laxative pilli, laxa- ...
880n : crowds of have been 1.1. Pllla by name cut J :
fe2. I should in his wisdom (or other- men employedon REV. W. M. BAILEY. tive candies chewing alms' and whet win ..., t.... ni ltl8A.| O.M.Co. _.__ f
projects at government pay to --------------
OMMENTS wise) urge the Indians in the Ever. u
lime of lesson: Late in 28 A. D.; I (1; ON glades to kill fewer deer so that keep them from starving. When .

e-Jesus taught from a boat:. ; the producers of reindeer meat in this work ceases partly or wholly, FIRST CHOICE
the western shore of Lake HERE.N8 Alaska may receive better prices there will be need In the land; and ,

lee. HEREAFTER.When we would consider it an absurd and those who have helped to enhance

L the thirteenth chapter of Mat- unreasonable request even it the food prices have committed a

Jesus ipake eight parables: Red Men were promised a certain wrong toward their fellow man.
I Sower; the Tares; the MustardI the children of Israel were I bonus per pound for the venison We must obey the laws, but crop for SAFETY ana MILEAGE 1'

|I; the Leaven; the Hidden on the way to Canaan they had an they did not kill. reductions are voluntary, and if J' I
army behind them and the Red Sea our reason tells us they are unwise I
Great Price
sure the Pearl of ;
;; Ito
The movement to have Florida
net of Fishes the Teacher- in front of them. They were' on we can let it alone. Those who Usually one good reason i* enough
;. farmers reduce their and 3
|iaeholder.tils the highway of God's purpose for corn hog have already committed them- make your decision. to "which f
them The children of Israel had production, that the Western' farm- selves, can In a measure help the tire to buy". But here are TWO f
thirteenth chapter of Mat been redeemed by a miracle work- ers may receive higher prices for situation by making their remain. GOOD :REASONS why you should
Is called the sermon by the their and Is almost on a
corn pork
Ing person. We Christians have Ing acres as productive. possible, replace your tires with I' e.toue ,
or of the parables. A parablen with the above suppositional
been redeemed by a miracle work- and those who are free from obligations -
illustration of a religious For few Florida farmers
request. WORLD'SAJ'ETY
ing person our Lord and Savior, should increase their corn I'IBST-oD1yl'lre8tonl Tires are
h by a narrative from ordinary have 0 to sell not
Jesus Christ. We are on the high- any com many and hog production. PROTECTED "on the InPERFORMANCE t taide"
a narrative fictitlou but producing enough for home use. .
way of God's purpose for us. We H. E. LAGERQREN. with Gum High Stretch
eable to the law and usages The same can though In a lesser Dipped RECORDSTirettone
I have Satanic powers fallowing us .'
uman life, by which the duties I degree be said about pork. Our When Its present ten-year Cord Gum dipping is a Firestone _
and obstacles before us. Our hope program
Tien, things of Qed and nature naval stores men, sawmill men I of Improvements is completed patented process that saturate and
of victory is in the of a conquering -
od's Kingdom are portrayed. Christ."Whosoever. contractors, dairy and poultry men ':, Sweden will have one of the best ,coats every fiber and cord with live, i

arable Is not a proverb; nor aPa e e all must get their, corn, oats hay I highway systems In Europe: liquid rubber counteracting the dam.
nor an allegory but a simile therefore win be a and other feeds from the West because aging friction and heat which make HIGH SPEED TIRES

(ted to conveyance of religious our farmers have no surplusus I The Emperor Caligula spent in ordinary tire fail prematurely and
friend of the world is the enemy of Were on the wbtalof ttt 1a I th.
b. to sell, And it Is not un- less than a year $118,000,000 received '
God. We read these words in the eventually blow out. It also safety. BOO Indianapolis rta. for 14
'hen Jesus ended His secondof fourth verse of the fourth chapterof common to see a Florida farmer I: by him from the estate of locks the fiber, cords and plies Into OBseettUV nan.Oa .

Galilee He stopped at ase James. They are definite. They leave town with a bale of hay alack Tiberius. one cohesive unit of greater strength lie wlaalBf v i fat t..e ,
(probably the home of Peter) both of corn and a aide of bacon and Aaaaal Mkt'i rak ollnb. for ee.ee.au
are clear. You can't be on durability. I
re He taught and healed for a sides. You can't be neutral. The In his conveyance.The Your Ba .. ,.... r

world Is God's enemy. If :you are a administration believes that SECOND-The deep cut scientifically O* th Herd .V4 track. thai "
;fAlIPLIIIT( fcrofce UM. eeart-t* oaat*adras 9
'hen the house would not aopraodat friend of God' enemy :you are an over-production Is one of the factors ,SWj designed non-. .d.grip ,. ., ....... .. ",' ''WI.
the crowds Jesus went to God. The word "world" that has caused the depression and
enemy and hold.the road give long, '
TED The sari aw (a. 0.) IUU.
n to Lake Galilee and seatedelf means the great unregenerated and that everything should be $ satisfactory mileage. way ante ...... Oe.. IIA...pent,
In a boat which was push mass of humanity and the .organized done to diminish production. But eel 1M bases fe i rem s.uses (
nut a few yards from the shore system which these leaders many noted economists believe the Without CAar..; Drive in TODAY and eve years eerertac *l.*e* Mil.
which and that equip yourear pee bas BUSS wtUtett a e.heN'a
contrary production ;
large crowds were gathl. have built. This system ia organ- : 1e".
t.us.s 5aM a'es track or bu while price arc .. I the tnabla
l. .should be It is intri- I delay I
| Here He began His sermon zed against Jesus. It Is the same kept up. an ab.IlllafMperrw
parables cate subject that perhaps nobody r rr'rarr tm at these unusually low price .
as self out chapter.. system which nailed Him to a I Icr088. II
teen. It la the same system that fully: understands: ; but we all know ..,. ....< Buy Now Before Prices Advance Further '
that if we have no food on hand; -
he Parable of the Sower-"Be- would nail Him to a cross again.It .
we must buy it, no matter what the ., '"' 'to ro
: :
a sower went forth to ow; ia a system controlled by Satan .SnLli \
e seeds fell by: the wayside,'and the :enemy: of BUr Lord. ,Th price. In making its drastic Innovations flKCSTONB HIGH SPCCO ITBRSTONB H1OB ftfMD HD.oeii

fowls cam and devoured them churches have many: members who In every: industry the government "'11-11 .... .... I .NoU ....siueSJMtT $ .. HD ....la.le I *M-I. RD ........ Q "
some fell upon stony places line up with God' enemy: and then generalizes too much; 4M N...Yw M ll ...ft.... I .....1. ....11... t 8151 teo-seHD ...iis.40 I ?...... DO ....It71

re they had not much earth: say"Our Father who are in heaven. what may be good. for one section .....saw..y.r. aleair 1.1111'' I *...... ....SUJSTtr 00-17 HD ...,.,JIO I JW-lf HD ....SsLM.
ta'tors-r brirr. '
when the sun was up.-and be-, ." These are of their father, the is not for another. Western farmers ........... IMblOatrs I... .. _
HS they devil. in most Instances brought i '
: had with-
no- root they : .
it I away. And some fell among e e their present alleged misery upon *******, Ti.t.N.t' i

is; and the thorn sprang up I Jesus tells us that the preachingof themselves through greed extravagance atuus.SSC --.r re I t..w r werJ1'a I Is. F
choked them: but others fell the gospel l is like the sowing of and poor management. Those .i.iw J ,, .) ) .j MM TIM On W mUUimf: t r,
who acted rationally are still well .,_.._-.._ .,.. __ i Ie w
oo ,and forth seed Some of the seed fall by the .. ...... rN' w .lwr.r'
goods brought :"= ..wt arfrNS Ie ... I I J ..... i
t a hundred fold, some wayside and the birds eat the seed. : off. Florida farmers owe nothingto -Ie MME
I those of the West. Let the lat. ::...r.::: ,: wn..rr4d0al 4.SO-20 ..........0
Y fold, some thirty: fold." Some fall in stony ground. Someof I af. --Sd ..........1 sou* .......... "'11-1' .........10 I'
verses 18 to 23: (which we ask it fails among the briars and ter reduce production; they can .= -_. ......1 '....{643 4.4n ,....*n 3.00I37Ae

to read) Jesus explained theMe does not grow because It Is chokedto ford It; we can not. G x75.1, .....t2$ I .....11 .......... StaB. Track. ttCJMsue.

of the sower. Then Jesus death by the briars. I Some of Our farmers are promised bonuses .i.....-.- .....1. ........' "'11-11 .......,* 1',.",. ......,
ke of the 'l'area."The kingdom the seed fall Into good ground and for what corn and hog produc- : :J ---

eaven ia likened unto a man bring forth good harvest A tion they may reduce; but the seer-- ere0 -111 ly hvie J-r.. ...._-- ", -0" ..... w 0.'I.- ,

whiled good seed in hi* field! preacher of the gospel ,la not re- agreements they: are to sign are,

men slept,, his enemy ponslbl for the soil. He i Ia re- we understand,no clearer than the ,
le and .owod tares among the ponsibl for the sowing. Hi* business I Futch law subject,to much red

f at. and went his way.: -So the I* to be sure he has the right I tape and to different interpretations W.A .NDREWSAGENTew..STARKE

'ants of th householder came seed and to be a faithful sower. by: the official; so the promised _,
said unto I compensation may: not come to
him. Sir; didst not ..
SOW good eeecI In thy. ffcldf To teach small children to overcome what the Ioag-range view promise

a whence them hath It tarT their fear of water' a wooden It certainly will not If_th* theory: '

mid unto tkem. Aa ...**,. hath fram that floats OR'an, inflated that reduction means higher price PHONE 18 FLDRJD& 4.
* "..."'The arrantalrl unto rabbejr'tub narba tanratsxt holds-good H sbmld. f..wbM : .
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fc Bradford County TelegraphEstablished While BI ADFOI unable ADVERTISES;;:spend' thousands 1 Maybe You've rl--- O D -- BUT TRUE I

J877 'Of dollars In national advertising : :

campaigns; all do some of the great Heard It ButCONSOLATION -
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tourist centers In the state Brad ,: ." '
i; Published Wcckfy on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ford County has availed itself of an

t Blatter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Inexpensive but effective form of

M, -- -- -_--' advertising by Inviting Dr. JamesW. OVER 50%
the noted lecturer to Did wonder what becomes .
E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner Flfleld. I you ever OP THE
spend. a few days In this county. of those exciting charactersin
-- Dr. Fifield Is a hew'"'friend to novels and motion pictures after MONtV !IN 0'E ,IN, tlttWA4

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Florida who Is at the'present time the two or three hours of feverish WORIOMADP

{ engaged la spreading the gospel ot: 'episodes depicted therein have been I
in Advance
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable -
travel as a means of physical, men lived T Do you'suppose exciting i
Advertising: Rates on Application tal end spiritual refreshment. He things go 'on happening to them IH .

p. Is getting,acquainted with Florida after the end of Act III T If such s ENGLAND

so that be might tell others of the Is the case the poor things must be

T G. O. P. must stand for Gripe On Permanently.Don't joys in store for them In the land 01nunshine. soon worn out) and glad to seek ..
.. refuge in an early grave. If, on
Speaking In DeLand''recently, the other hand things kind of quiet

disappoint the neighbors' chickens-plant your Flfield said. "Let the world know down and they spend the remainderof

spring garden now. Florida," and then. proceeded to their, lives living like you and
compliment the members of the me, their dally routine must I -

o DeLand Tourist Club for their good become unbearably dull in comparison '

} We have kidnapers and dognapers. Strange you never judgment in selecting this State for with burning the mortgage w

hear of a mother-in-lawnaper. winter headquarters. He described ttie/old homestead or keeping.I I the dam from overflowing. Anyway Ir "
Florida as "the aunparlor of the
e' .,
t > : : O nation," and spoke words of flowIng you take it it seems a waste \1I

The' News' Deal has had its first birthday! and American) praise concerning this state asa of time to envy these characters,
no matter In what particular bed
sot people are wishing it many .more of them. r.w. ni being whole.completely He expressed under himself the spell as of roses they,appear to be lolling

o 'R 40 j.) of the land of golden sunshine, and We'll bet they could use a little

Naturalists tell us that birds can't see the color blue. as being delighted with everything' sympathy, ,however..YOUTHFUL-.
he has thus fat: seen.
Perhaps that's one reason they sing so much. TACT
In one of his talks, Dr. Fifield Those
misdirected diehards who
o .. quotes from an address of Chaun
I'' are prone to>'sneer at the usefulness
March 1 is supposed to end the tourist season, but they're cey M. D pew, delivered at the of youth fa business should .

South Florida Chicago Columbian Exposition in feel abashed at the remarkable display 1I
still to
coming according
1893. In which Depew described the of tact and diplomacy on the \ v
o United States as "an experiment In I
part an eight-year-old youth
1 Governor Sholtz wants to stop hitch hiking on our high freedom." "Only through travel:' wh6. 'lives well perhaps 'just -

_ i ways. Perhaps a cheaper license tag would help some::. Dr. Flfleld be asserts realized, "can and a this greater,, experiment around the corner from you. 1r t EMPl TUV 18 THl

and ,It seems that something unfor- ONLY INSECTGig.8 WtttN A WEST AIkiCANWILHtC
o unity friendship good will be
nowT'tflan' experienced. tunate happened to the head of one CHAT PRCENT TO Nit 'f0 tuu) It ME88ADE
President Roosevelt is said to be healthier he
of the young fellow's favorite playmates LADY LOWE TO ftONVt- DUb VC9KON HEWNIWER
was when he entered the White House-and so is the United In this section of the state it Is -it became inhabited-if you DOfcWQ CQUKXStUP IT TO ,not the tourist we are primarily
States. yet what we mean. If you don'tget -"1\\"" u.M\ tI
,Interested in, but the home-seeker what wwwc.r.oo
+, ; : we mean, you're too nice
r o p We have few of the more frivolous and
slrouldn'1tbe reading this story
Exchange says that a pedestrian running at right angles Attractions that appeal to the win anyway. I I
ter visitor who is in, the state only rigged to circumvent the pnJ
,to a motor car is parallel to the street at the point of'inter for a few weeks during "the sea i ,But to get on:; the little boy and Late II law regarding gambling device J
his mother were to go riding one From Other Pens I ,
I' section. son. However, we have a more I Most of us know how a slot
interesting picture to present to afternoon and nothing would do chine works, from the outside I,
0 but his friend must also.
the man or woman who Is seekinga go co place coin In
Some of the best advice we've heard lately is from an' exchange home.' Low cost of living cheap mother told him.would, be,, quite elassif j SOME FELLOWS HAVE STYLE handle your, three wheels whir a slot toe, pal*

that says if you must- gossip. gossip about Poppaea, and fertile soil combined with a all see right that the If he-.would other, little take boy's pains bead to By, RUSStU KAY THAT KEEP YOU GUESSING and various combinations of ij

Nero's wife or Cleopatra.. climate almost as mild as that of did not, come in contact with the Secretary, Florida PreM Ajtim. bola oranges, bars, lemons, pta
,sry the more, southern ,parts of the upholstery of the back seat since -- Among the people you meet, you and other fruit, appear bores
o state should appeal to the man I thought I get now and then run across one that in a glass window.Combinations ,
If it did gonna
Woman is but bone and hank of hair with moderate amount of dire things might come to I *
nothing a rag a a a money through this winter without a cold puzzles you.' He doesn't seem to Indicate wtaim

says Kipling. Man is nothing: but a brag:, a groan and. a tank who is seeking a place to'spend pass.All but old. man winter or somebody fit Into the average run of human Following are your chancel tC

of air the Times-Union. comfortably the remainder of his during the, drive the mother came along and slapped me down a beings and you are at your wit'send ward from a slot machine that
says was that her
days young hopeful couple of days ago so I'm writln about this newcomer. This is a not been fixed to reduce the
I o If Dr. Fifield can do anything to and his friend were having a rip- this hooey propped up In bed and critical moment in the ordniary run still more:

Plant City paper says that the shortcake booth was the inspire people In other parts of the game snorting or other time, at but some she didn't kind of if you don't think it'. a bigger pain of human affairs, a critical momentfor One chance In eight and

+I most popular concession at the Strawberry Festival.. There country to visit our section of the much attention! When they pay returned than the one in my back you just you. third of getting two coins or i
state, more to him. We will don't know.I .
power Did
ever think of thief One chance
you In
twelve and
c, ,ti is nothing surprising about that. home,. however, and the
depend on our own resources to playmate had departed, she asked : didn't want a doctor but the Those who turn out to be puzzlesare half of getting four.
i pAn hold them after they get here Missus after all, worth with.
her son ,what kind of game they Insisted on sendln' for one. puzzling One chance in eighty-tor
article in a weekly magazine says that Florida is in ---- lad been playing and If he had He was a nice young fellow, very The individual who has so many one-third of getting eight

BfcIf its second blooming. The bloom has always been here but A MEANS TO AN END taken care to see that head and professional and serious I tried to sides to his nature that you cannotsee One chance In 230 of
seat had been kid him but didn't get to first base them all at once Is likely to be twelve.
properly separated.
tourists are now re-discovering it. Secretary of Agriculture Wallace "Sure he, "It He went right on about his business a somebody. In other words he
replied. was easy. One chance in SOO of
said recently that the present cot. gettlnj
o I t made up a game and we played stuck a thermometer under personality plus. To say the

The Punta Gorda Herald wonders, if the fashions of the ton acreage plan-which, improving consists the of market reducing that the first one who let his head my tongue, felt my pulse, thumped least he is interesting.. He keeps teen.One chance in 1,000 of
me here and there and then took you guessing.The
}'' 'nineties come back as reported how women with bustles and and stimulating prices-was principally rotten touch _the gg.backMof" the seat was a out his pocket radio and tried to next time you meet a fellow the Jackpot
But A
big hats will be able to get into Austins. the work of farm organizations lee if he could get any new stations who Is continually displaying unex- this isn't clip
n and not, the Department of tened on the fifth plunger of
SPARE pected traits don't be
TilE BEARD discouraged.
o will
Agriculture. regulation prem
Those,who let a little success go to their heads' should Those who should know believe While the remainder of the world I "Asthma ever trouble you?" he Stick by him. You may learn some- from ever falling for a jackpot
is fittingly befuddled by such momentous asked, while he took a pad out of thing. And the thing that you are
that the plan means millions of additional similar rigging of other plw
i' ,take a hint from the Roosevelts. They stick to their simple dollars In the pockets of problems as the war debts, his pocket and started writln' an likely to learn is that you are not can prevent their falling amore
i way of living even if their address is now the White House. cotton producers, If that Is true disarmament gold standards and essay or somethln' in Latin. only the puzzled, but also the puz lucrative combinations,
the: price of spinach, it that "Never met the dame" I said zler.
seems "is
0 It is another victory for the forces So the slot machine coo
Russians are chiefly perturbed by she blonde or brunette?" It is something of a how "Nevera
of cooperation.As puzzle that fine old tradition,
now say they can remove an appendix without time passes, more and more the fear that they might have to "Go ahead and be funny," he replied and why the majority of human beings sucker a break'!" When JIIi

-' ? leaving a scar. The process will never become popular, how- farmers are coming to realize that part with their beards. That Is, "but she's been known to .get! into a rut and finally have I ure out the percentages, a .

ever. Half the fun of it is showing others your operation.o their greatest hope for recovery the: Russian men are perturbed- keep a guy up nights." no sides to them at all The man wheel becomes a benevolent(
we'll! bet the women "You got a bad wheeze." with
are secretly
only a few sides Is with il
} lies in the success of cooperativemovements. totally unable tutlon by comparison
b The Individual farmers glad, but they're keeping pretty went on."Yeah, to get the most out of his human machine. Yet because the rid

Orlando has a curfew law that says you have to have a powerless in the face of adverse quiet on,the subject. ," I said, "this kind of surroundings. If you can't chines are so convenient, soil

good excuse to be out after midnight. The next important 'orcea. Government relief plans, A news dispatch from Lenlgrad weather Is enough to develop static, recognize and account for the be played with change,M Wj
last but don't
week stat.d4that, ,, take it so hard, Doc
sanitary just many-sidedness of
valuable as they often are, are designed human nature, ner store, or back of any i
determine is Orlando
point what police'consider a 'good inspector in teat place spread consternation give me somethln' to recharge my you have simply lost
to bridge times of emergen your own per counter, they reap their sllvtrj
j, excuse. cy,'and look very UtUe toward the throughout the city by battery and I'll be all right. sonality.-Washington Star. vest much easier than the
laying violent hands on the protruding Why do doctors have to act so roil
o "uture. The co-operatives are o>>-- devices of chance that
beards of some of his cockeyed: serious and solemn
3 Radio reception has been found to be' at its best, when working to create sound and permanently ployees. During the past week em.be don't they tell a guy what's ?wrong Why SLOT MACHINE SUCKERS the customer a fair run trI|

l the moon is below the horizon, scientists'' say.' And 'at> its structure and prosperous they constitute agricultural the dragged scores of protesting elder with him Instead of takin' all his In view of -the prevalence here money.No wonder the slot

worst we might add, when the moon starts coming over the : most valuable weapon that can ly he men personally to,; the barber supervised shops the where removal dials measurements on the instrument, lookln' over all the and there of the slot machine as racket Is so well financed, II

mountain. come to the- hands of the farmer, of their chin adornments. then keepln' it a secret. board and an Instrument of pleasure and potential afford the very best, becw: J

rroup.During. profit, It may convict returns are better than
: Honest some
"Mercy, comrade one old fellow when this ,
't 0 three of bleak depression guy got Blot machine and much q
years players of being securities
Ie reported to have pleaded "I through I didn't know poor
: Of it costs nothing to talk about spendh if few the co-operatives held any more business
course, a have had this beard forty-seven than I did when he men when it is shown : Miami Herald.
came. He
't weeks in Florid Lisbon Falls (Me) Enterprise. And to thousands of farmers together, and year. Children will throw stones have said you need a new gasket, 'what odds they are bucking even In Within--'--an-area.-about -jsj
kept them laboring In a common machines that
actually. spend a few weeks in Florida, costs less'"'than you cause. In that time they unquestionably at me if you take It off." or you're pumpln' too much oil. or tored." not been "doc the combined areas ot TeJJI
Altogether, a pitiable picture. you got a leaky radiator or some- Ethiopia has a
might think. i did much to prevent a The New Mexico
.complete agricultural collapse. Low Can't'' you picture some Russian thin'. But no, all be does Is Just Philadelphia Record has had latlon estimated atlOOOOW j
0 heroine bravely defying the sanitary look wise and say "take this and some close study made of slot machines -

""i Russia now pays a regular allowance to nearly all of its 8. i, prices have were been, they much would lower undoubtedly II Inspector and with flashing that and I'll see you tomorrow." Mayor LaGuardia ran them Resembling a pocketM/'/
out of
eyes; :. If I had a nervous or fretful New York City you may closed.a New York !IIvenlOl'l
university students. What a relief it must be for Russian co-operative organizations had: not ture I na remember. So to
could have got all worked they were taken by Clement unfolds and
a fathers simply to. turn those,letters home for money over to existed. Shoot- If you.!must this old gray and worried and sure enough sick up, the thousands to Philadelphia and Into a table knife tad fort.Viola's .
--' O-
the government. tryln' to figure out what It was he
SECOND BLOOMING But spare myjdaddy'* beard," she knew
a. that I didn't, but maybe the I
: L o said.OPINIONS'.
poor didn't know '
*nv tiin
; A university president wired a birthday greeting. to his Under the significant" title "Sec and he figured silence was the bi;

wife and had the operator sing the message to her over the ond week Blooming described, Time In detail magazine the amsaing last- My Woman:"- Helen DO DIFFER TwelvetreesThis way to keep me from flndln' It out.

r, r telephone. II he really wanted to please her he should have rediscovery of Florida this season -- picture a good surprise. The Is Any in a way tough you look at It a doctor t.-/
spot. A
I bad Bing Crosby sing it. .. by thousands from states less advertising accessories lead you to, thinks he is sick when fellow he sends usually
blessed climatically. expect something different. It is' for
aid, and If be
o Isn't the doctor
Says Time In part: "For more very entertalnlD.-Mn. N. Monte
Some manufacturers are advertising that,their automobiles nan three weeks Atlantic,CoastLine GUMMontpeller Vt. him to come! right out and tell

1'' are:made with "automatic brains" concealed within and Seaboard',AIr Ins have My Woman: Helen TwelvetreesJust so, on both account of the disappointment

r them. Wonder' if the "automatic brains" will help protect been running two to five ,sections another Twelvetrees' fea- hand If there ways.Is somethln'On the other HAS MOVED
of their crack trains,to Florida: ture., Same story and same morbid serious
: the driver who lacks any of his own? Eastern Air Transport'waa carrying actions. Perhaps she would do bet. don.t want matter to the poor Doc
frighten his
1 o tWice as many passengers as ter In a musical with her voice. She so he keeps patient l iiW

!;t r Sr Hollywood actresses are said to be, starting a fad of In 1033. to two weeks 63,000 pastenger means nothing'as Is.-Alyce Cor After one mum dose out about of that the brown too. : You'll find 'the and
automobiles from other sell Grand Rapids, Mich.-Excerpts bottle I same good eats
wearing artificial eyes lashes fashioned from a lock of their states poured Into Miami.-: One day. from a motion picture maga. better. Lf hundred per cent ,

M boy friend's'hair. :If the fad 'ever becomes popular it's going last week' while blUsarda werefre..lllI' aln. takln' it Nobody and live,could I keep on same good beer, and lob more room at<
,, the so figured I
North. 73,000: people -:-;
: to be another blow for baldheaded men. better get well and
baked on Miami Beach, three times Add Despair,ef the Human Race No wonder he wrote it prescript new location-the new;'building on R
0 .' the peak number reported la '192ft. Item: A recent.Item In "Believe It tlon In Latin. the ;
shows that Eskimos kiss rubbing There too <43.000< visitors filled all r'Nof I got a name f or the '
A recent motion picture by telling-of a couple who stuff but It Isn't 13, just one block :
Printable from old place.
available '
r" their noses,together. That may seem rather primitive accommodations"Flortdlans'were vowed on their wedding day always mouth-tun of that and it sure takej t'' our. .,
overjoyed. An to eat from the
:' "' to some Americans, but it's a much better use'for.. noses than unusually cold winter In the North, have never' dined same otherwise plate and Infort.D1ne what little mind you have right oft EASY
1, 'ticking them in other people's business.. political unrest that bad kept peo- years." ertn'anything you.else that- might be both FIND JUST FOLlX

pIe from making their usual visit .
., -o to Cuba, a dollar devaluation that SPRINGTIME I guess when I get up from hero THE .CROWDV'jo1s.
*A7 writer'tells us that on4 the'Island of'Bali there has bad made the Riviera too expensive Springtime Is rll just take advantage of an Invl-

''ti 1 divorce is unknown there all contributed ''to this '3second tatton I received< from Avery Pow t
k. been no murder for eighteen :years; ; A gaydepeiverI; eU. widely read,.
i is ; blooming. _' columnist of the
s fa only one jail and it Is empty} 'there- no orphanage ; nopoAiShouse 'But what made Florldla's pub g But Good to see. ? Jacksonville Times-Union, to com

r ; no income tax.' The'native have never heard of Seat fastest was the fact that real. .gives a--you' fever.. up and spend a week on his house Taveri:
boat., He
alimony ,The author does not state estate transactions had tripledslDce'l9S3 Old tells me the fish up there
I gangsters: ; racketeers or, .. measures of beer were the .are so thick

: ;':..;: ;, ,tlut coit'of .. n6.w.ay ticket to Bali, but if nay of our readers- s-'INt the and*.for warn the a seat first demand time the firkin kilderkin equal, equal to Bin to*' gallons, 'and :out of the way you to have get your to push hook'.not ID OPEN

will I investigate. eighteen pltouI.I. 'the water and they throw' ALL NIGHT J SHELL GASt
are TJ J interested for acre** t'JP"-l' i back :
1i ..rM1i.:t J.;.:. : ''I'f) everything under five pounds.
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