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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 16, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Lawtey Camp To Move First Loans Througli '1-- Green Votes In Favor I.
ieijhPrices t Gr ;s-I
Newspapers Move !Tax Books Close Berry i
} Olustee New Location; Under Credit' Body; Of "Greenback" Bonus; _

Penney Farms Remains Money Received HereW. Few Expect Passage \

[ Offset Harm ,' To Save People On April First Win A Round '. I
ill c The Civilian Conservation Corp S. Sibley, secretary of the congressman R. A. Green was
I camp at Penney Farms will be con : Production Credit Association of the only member of Florida's dele-

tined but the one at Raiford wlty I Starke Thursday announced that gation In the House of Representatives
Short Season be moved shortly to Olustee it was I $500,000 In TaxesSeek several loans have been completed : Sholtz To InsistGovernor who voted for the $2,200,000.- In Rate Fight .--i'

announced this Week by, the Gov- through that organization and the I 000 "greenback bonus" bill which

Setk ernor's office following receipt of money ia at the office here readyto this week passed the lower houseof ".
Berries
mer Again See word from Robert Fechner, direc- Some Way Out Of ne-Advn be paid to the applicants.Mr. Says No Ext.- ldon- Congress. Express Agency Dented InjunrtlonAgalimt ,:
By Heavy Frost Monday tor of Federal emergency conservation tlnlng State Tax Lands Under Sibley will be In Macclenny Delinquent. List To Be Run Although the bill passed the Hwceplnr. Rodnotlonit J
"Louisiana- Late work. Futch Bill Tuesday and In Lake Butler Thurs- In May House Democratic leaders expressed Effective' March 18

Twelve other camps located on I day for the purpose of receiving confidence that It would never -
lack Frost played a return Mon en- private lands in Bay Hamilton At the suggestion of fifty-two of applications for loans. According to a bulletin received reach President Roosevelt's desk. .Florida strawberry growers and ;

lemoat In Bradford County Duval Franklin and Leon Coun- : the sixty-seven newspapers which here by Tax Collector C. A. Knight Although the House passed the shippers have won another step In

morning taking by surprise ties will remain where they are would have benefitted by it, the from Governor Shouts the county measure bya good margin of 205 their fight for lower rates on ship
wberry and truck growers who while the< Lake Kerr camp in Marion state cabinet Wednesday moved toward 3 Negroes Jailed tax books will be cloned promptlyon to 125,' the administration chief- ments to market centers, It was k
i hoped that his visit several County will be transferred! to non-publication of delinquenttax April 1 and there will be no trans said the Senate will kill It. announced this week by the State
Eka ago would be the last of theCon. Mulberry in Polk; the Levy County lists on property restored to extension of time for payment of The President plans to veto the Railroad Commission at Tallahas-

Temperatures dropped but no totring camp-will be moved to Madison; 1 assessment rolls by the Futch act, On Arson Charge 1933 taxes. The Governor also requests bill If It'gets to him. I

Sunday morning done the Walton camp to Bonlfay, the' The newspapers said such publi- that the delinquent'tax list ; e see.The district Federal court In New-

Lt amount of damage was Washington camp to Calhoun cation-estimated to cost $500.000 be published during the month of 1 York has denied application by the '

[tie crops blanket in this of frost section put until In an a County and the Highlands camp t'. "I" -would be "wasteful and eKtravagant" Aroused Of -Starting- Fire That May I All Projects Stop Railway Express Agency, Inc., for

early Mon- Hillsborough County. and said they wanted none Runted Three Buildings Governor Sholtz's letter follows; I II an Injunction against an order by r
elcome appearance e of it. I the Interstate Commerce Commission
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I Their attitude, expressed In a In Rene To all Tax Collectors: To Await FER for sweeping reductions In r

It U estimated that seventy-Jive Berry Shippers resolution presented by the boardof Having received some Inquiriesas rates 1 '
cent of the bloom and fifty per I directors of the Florida Press Nasby (Frog) Jackson Johnny to whether I may order an extension New and lower rates estimated
Smith and Eddie McClain all colored -
fruit on bushes Association, drew Immediate praise, of time In which to pay.
the
young of
it tof Chairman Matthews
by Eugene
State In Organized Into
Regions
were all in jail Thursday In
taken in Monday morning'sTemperatures from Governor Sholtz and every 1933; taxes. I want to call the attention : the State Railroad Commission to
Under To On
default of $500: bond Carry EmergencyWorks
AgreementNo each charged -
have remainedi member of the cabinet. of all Tax Collectors in the to
save $200,000 annually growers
i I throughout the week and have "For the people of Florida;., the with residential starting a'section fire In, Reno that state to the fact that the Governor and shippers, are effective on

.1 the crop back until It ls exited Governor said "I want to express negro burned has no authority under the law to Civil Works Administration activities March 18, but for this season It
three buildings Mon-
that It will be at least the Limitation Placed On Fruit : appreciation for this magnificent early make such an extension' In this county came to a will be too late for major savings.
day
It t week In AprIl' before berries Except For Size And I co-operation with the state in Its morning.The Furthermore in view of the fact standstill this week awaiting reorganization The Interstate Commerce Corne

tin moving In any considerable Grade I effort to balance Its budget I am bunted buildings were the that ''we have had a remarkablygood of the state under the .mission first ordered reductions) Jl
thankful that we have such a pub- home of Ira Simmons, the homeof this and that
kntitiea. season year Federal Emergency Relief Admin- last fall on application by R. W.
Reports from Louisiana state According to an Associated lic-spirited press in Florida.'',' Joe Williams and'a small stand funds are badly needed so that the istration., Court house and school Burch Inc., of Plant City In which ;
Press dispatch from Washington Concurring in the newspapers' belonging to W. E. Torode., schools counties and the state f
blooms and forty to fifty pert may house projects were halted where the Railroad Commission Intervened
of all berries were killed int appeal-ing In Sunday papers. Secretary -, attitude. Attorney General Cary D. It is the belief of.Sheriff W. J.' pay current obligations,. I not only I they stood and It Is not known I on behalf of the! Industry.

| state's strawberry producingby Wallace tentatively approved Landls pointed out that the law required Epperson that the,-three negroes have no inclination to extend time when work will be resumed although Then the Railway Express Agency
a heavy froet Sunday Saturday a marketing agreementfor publication of the lists. He set fire to the home of Williams for payment of 1933 taxes but I am orders to proceed are expected applied for an Injunction and x
lit. Florida strawberry shippers. said the publishers' suggestion because of hard"1 feeling that Is hereby specifically requesting the momentarily at headquarters the Interstate Commerce Commission a
bar lot shipments, which were According to farm administration probably could be carried Into ef said to exist between them. It is Tax Collectors of Florida to proceed here. provided Its order would be b

fed to begin there early nextk officials the agreement will fect however by postponing the said that Williams recently appeared in this matter according to Florida has been divided Into ten withheld from effectiveness until

will not start before the secI Improve returns to' producers publication until such time as the before the city council of Starke the schedule; contemplated, by law regions for administrative purposes after the courts' decision was)

I week In April according to the through limitation of grades and Legislature can change the provision and promised to report certain "go, which Is as follows: 'In' Connection with the reached.T .

ort. sizes that may be shipped. Inferior i of the act. ings on" among the youth of Reno. 1. Close the tax books by April 1. FERA n.,W1U? announced by Julius T. Turnbull Railroad Commission *,
hant city also reports that the grades and sizes will be withheld 1 This plan the cabinet adopted, and this action is believed to have 2. Advertise the delinquent tax F. Stone ;Jr.; acting state admin attorney said he had received y
'ement there has been slowed from the market and wUl bring the because it said the state could not started enmity that resulted In the list during the month of May. istrator. notice that the three-judge Federal i

n by cold weather,'and It la-heed supply in line with demand they I make the payment that would be Monday morning fires. 3. Sell the delinquent propertythe Bradford County has been placedIn District Court in New York denied

that last week was the peakk maintained. necessary if the added expense is The three buildings being situated first Monday in June. Region Two of which W. J. Powers the express company's application,
of the season there. Prices No limitation will be placed upon. incurred. Further study of the plan close together the flames easily 4. Distribute funds collected far of Trenton has been appointed making reduced rates applicable ,,
1 said to be holding up well witht the volume of shipments other than I will be made from a legal standpoint spread from one to the other and enough in advance of June 30 to regional administrator. Other coun March 18.

[ bringing ten to twelve cents the prohibition against shipment of. to prevent any defects In redemption all three burned to the ground.. enable disbursing authorities to ties In this region are: Hamilton The order requires reductions In

nday.n berries which do not conform to the of delinquent taxes. State's Attorney A. S. Crews, balance their current budgets by Suwanee, Lafayette Dixie Levy both freight and express chargesand

spite of unfavorable weather standard grades ,and sizes. Shippers The resolution covered only delinquent who set the bond said that the negroes the close of the fiscal year, June 80. Columbia Gllchrlst Baker, Union in refrigeration car charges o
Idltlons, Bradford County grow. j'would be prohibited from tax certificate. held by would be tried In the spring In this connection It earnestly and Alachua. from Plant City Lawtey Stoke
berries which were notFedereUylnspected state and on which redemption urged that final distribution be and other strawberry shipping'
I are not' generally"d1 courapdr handling the term of circuit courtFarmers ., In a letter to all county administrators
prospects for the season They has not been started under the made not later than June 20.' Stone outlined the work points-to New York. Philadelphia.. if

ember that the last real money- A control; committee would con Futch act Current delinquent lists I I am requesting you to follow and plans to discuss It in detail Boston and other major markets.
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king year we bad was several sist of four members representing will be published as required. End SigningCornHog this schedule rigidly and if thereIs with the prospective regional administrators .
one when' cold weathet growers and three members repre- -.-- Contracts any further co-operation that :I Sunday.
ago
1 shipments up' until early senting shippers,' together with an Knight Has Blanks can give you In this connection '"The functions of the relief administration Counties OrganizeFor

irll. it Is believed that If we can eighth member' selected by the ,Necessary "For Meat As a result:;t"'U the: Intesive campaign I please do not hesitate to call ," the letter said "will
of the Florida Mar- on me.HiY. be carried three divisions
I in two or three weeks of ship- Commissioner In this county during the out through -
keting Bureau and the director of past two weeks In the sign-up of' to be known as the relief di- Corn..Hog'Plan
g without much competition Tax Collector C. A. Knight wishes
Extension farmers Boys Sponsor vision the division and
other berry producing areas the Florida Agricultural to notify the farmers of this corn-hogs contracts forty operations
I higher prices that are expected service.It county that he has at his office the have entered Into contracts with Look Out Lizzie"One the transient. division, each, In t
bad not been learned this week to reduce their charge of a director *.
( the government
prevail will enable farmers tope necessary blanks that they must Bradford Baker And Union Form
not the new marketing from to thirty "The relief division will be responsible -
whether or twenty
corn acreage '
out on top financially fill out In order to take their meat funniest comediesover Permanent Body Required
would be placed in ef- and the of the for standards and pro-
cent hog twenty-
agreement crop
the cold weather this week also out of cold storage In accordancewith per will be'present- By Program
strawberry given' locally cedure In the administration of relief
fect during the approaching five per cent In 1934K: ,
Bradford beans tax re
jtpt County poet the hog processing and -
here. ed to the people of Starke sur including the administration of
watermelons and otherck season quirements. This work under the supervision communities tonight On Monday afternoon this week,
rounding service and educational projects Incident
In Its wake. how- of L. T. Dyer county agent in Union I held In Lake Butlerof
Farmers Haag Circus Many farmers have been Incon- (Friday) at the high school auditorium.1 to relief. a meeting was
r, were out early Tuesday look- Mighty County has been completed far committees oil torn-hog work
| venienced by being unable to get The HI-Y boys In bringing "The operations division shall be
| for seed to replant with. Shows Here Next Week their own meat for their own use ahead of the regular schedule for "Look Out Lizzie". here, are offerIng responsible for the general business from Baker Bradford and Union
1 out of cold storage.' Jn order to do the state because of the good work an evening of hilarious fun to administration purchasing proce- Counties for the purpose of perfecting '

Glen H. Ingle representing The this they must fill out an affidavit done by the committeemen in order everybody. dure and control technical approv. the permanent organization
tangible Drive Mighty Haag Shows has made arrangements stating what disposition Is to be to. reduce to a minimum the expenses This play was directed by JacliWards al and supervision, of work projects as required by the corn-hog reduce ,

for his aggregation to made of the meat. The blanks of the work to the farmers. Bowden. a Lake City youth fiscal operating and account. tion program of the government.The .

I pitch tent. and give two performances may be had at the tax collector's The sign-up work for the countyIs who has scored In Hollywood, Cal. ing and social and economic statistics committees attending were:
Success In State In Starke Tuesday March 20. office. finished,. however the time for He selected his cast for this play Baker County-L. W. Mobley.
Haag Shows a Florida Institution ending the campaign has not been with great care and gave his best "The transient division will be chairman; E. B. Crews and D. L.:
of being CLOTHES REQUESTEDWe announced. If anyone else wishesto Thrift. Bradford County-W, B.
has the distinction OLD In its direction. responsible for the care of trans
dford's Collection*' For Last the, oldest American circus under are requested to ask all those sign up he will have to look up The play was first presented at! sients." Hicks chairman; L,'O. Hasen and

fear Show tOO Per Cent the constant direction of its foun- having any old clothes or bed one of the committeemen and get Maws City High School by U'. Each regional administrator will A. B. Surrency. Union CountyJ. -

Improvement der. Since its Inception nearly.fifty clothing of any description to bring his contract finished within the Junior-Senior classes, where It have general supervisory control of L. Brown chairman; O. M. u
years ago all known methods ox them to the Relief Office for distribution next few days. These committeemen scored a big hit and was acclaimedthe the local relief administrators In Shaller and J. P. Bennett.
fcollectlon of intangible'taXes In travel have been employed to : where needed. Don't mend are W. B. Hicks 'chairman best play ever given there. The his region and the letter added These committee were elected

fdford County increased moren transport parts or the whole of this I worn condition. They can be used Hampton; L. O. Hazen and A. B. cast have presented the play at "Subject to the approval of the In each county at a call meeting ti

200 per cent In 1933 over the circus and during this time Colonel 'I' as rags for various purposes. Surrency Brooker. several other towns. state administrator the regional of the signers of contracts last

unt collected In 1832. it was Ernest Haag has spent less than The Columbia Gazette Columbia administrator shall 'appoint all local week. According to the rules and

ounced this week by Comptrol-. slxtydays> away from his exhibition I' Plans "Decent Living"For County newspaper says: 'Look administrators In his region regulations, the committeemen receiving
J. M. Lee. In 1032 returns stands. 'i Administration : Out Lizzie,' under the most capable who shall be known as deputy ad- the highest votes were

e> made on $67.148.84 worth of According to Ingle, when the direction of Jack Wards 'Bow Jen mllll. trators. He shall also appoint, seated as a board of directors. It "

glble property in this county Haag Shows left their winter! quarters : of Hollywood, Cal., scored a Mr bit ,*.' (Continued on rage 4 was decided that thou three counties -
taxes amounting to $o7JS2e i In Marianna Florida on January ,' Farmers Southern.States at Mason High School The Gazette '_ would be combined In one association q4
collected. 'In'1933."as a result into the state that the to be known u the
I 15, they brought man can freely say young Fan' Anxiously Await '
|the campaign conducted, by the at large one.of the most meritorious --- people did remarkably well In their Baker-Bradford-Union Corn-Hog ,
"Little Women" Showing
ptroUer. 1366,700 were return- performances ever given under The government plans to giveSouthern ed their Individual states. Further various roles and almost continuous Association. The board of directors
I and $247.87 collected. the Haag banner. Many novel and farmers -decent. living" meetings will be held In each state applauseand, laughter from consists of J. U Brown president
Pol-responding Increases haven sensational feats are being offeredby and to see that the man who at'once'at' the' suggestion of- the the audience showed how the posy' '"Little Women one 'of the biggest ; W. B. Hicks, vice-president; ; ,
reported state National Administrator. Then the motion picture hits of the O. M. Shaller, L. O. Hazen and L,
throughout the as It being generally
such well known performers got a "rotten deal In 1928-29 getsan was going over.
> a total of 9372,176.36 collected The Tan Araki Troupe Japanesefoot even break now" according to a general program will be put Into( pronounced the best play ever ,lv- year comes to the Rita Theatre W. Mobley. ;

year as compared with.106., balancers and Jugglers; Silver- statement this week by Harry Hopkins practice In as wide an area as pos en at Mason City." Sunday for a three-day engage From this group was 'elected'' ait.
43 In 1932. lake Duo renowned aerial artists; National Administrator sible. The curtain is at f::15, giving everyone ment. the allotment committee' the following
s a direct result of"Comptroller Bounding Johnson daring alack Mr., Hopkins made the statement Small Industries Hopkins said, time to come. AdmissionIs Louisa M. Alcott's famous story : J. L. Brown chairman; .....

P's campaign;: this class of prop I"wire performer; Zeldo the man while outlining to state directors will be started in rural areas, pro- small. now comes to the screen In an elab- O. Hazen and L. W. ,Mobley.
which .. orate production designed to ant These three men will have to sign
work."First.
has heretofore escaped who walk. upon his head, and other of relief from twelve Southern and viding part time -.TIBBITTS --
Ting Its I the speaker said 'lie IX CHAROE OF mate this classic of wholesome ro- all contracts before they leave the>
shah of the tax burbaa stars of international fame. Southwestern States a plan for rural ,
been made to turn a goody "Clown-Alleyheaded; by George rehabilitation. The govern must have" small tract of land- MISSION HALL !SERVICE mance with all its native thrill, association. The headquarters of *,

thousands! of dollars into the Wise, furnishes a bubbling youthful ment's old system of relief was described decent land; then be must have a sweetness and power. the association will be at county j
toe treasury. This baa helped, the fountain of merriment. Amongthe like dumping money Into a house, a decent house In which to Those attending'. meeting Katherine Hepburn the shooting I agent's office at Lake Butler where
r Ie government to pp.rate'and animal offerings .will be found "" live. After that has been don the Tuesday evening were well repaid star of the screen for she flashed all records will be kept and all

rt obligations without the trane- Image elephants ponies, horses sewer.The relief directors and Southern government can lend him a mule a and spiritually fed by the great from almost nowhere to stardom clerical work will be done.

of funds and -without the ext mules dogs and monkeys. all presented authorities on agriculture were told cow. a hog chickens, and If necessary message In story and song by overnight, plays Jo, the romping, This meeting was attended by J. w
restless, genius\ sister. Amy Is enacted Lee Smith and W. J. Sheely of the
an extra session of the by masterful trainers. The the administrator to "torrdemergencies" provide him some groceries George F. TlbblU and his assistant
I"ture thus far. acme of animal subjugation has by and work for a permanent until he becomes self-sustaining.,, Clifford Johnson, of Keystone by Joan Bennett. Paul Lukas extension office In Gainesville'andL.
been reached by "Chipota" Frazier plan to make the heads of I "We are going to quit giving re Heights and Speculator. N. Y, Is the professor-fiance. Meg is T. Dyer county agent at Lake

I'OS'nIASTEBHONORED' who. after four :years of untiring of the 600,000 families In i lief pens in an rural America We :au..Tlbbltt.. heart Is full of love played by Frances Dee. Edna Mae Butler. Many things of Interest
as many s
March.
8. Jeanette 'C Young, poster effort, is presenting the only African rural areas of the country self-eus- must make the people now on relief for the Maatd-and his fellowman, Oliver Is Aunt the Douglas aristocratic were discussed In connection with 4
Is
here has accepted the bonT Zebra broken to the saddle. rolls self-sustaining. and his missionary trips around the Montgomery young the corn-bog contracts. Mr. Dyer
u possible.
position of state director for used by The Mighty taming Works projects. Including ,"It la absurd to'think of 600.000 world have Brought him many experiences grandson of a rich and and the committees from these
The ground Public
NaUonal Association oT Patters for the engagement isthe forestry work and families) hi the country being on relief =; which woven Into his irascible n llfhbor. counties were highly complimentedby ;
a, Haag Show highway Jobs in The favorite story of the laughs the state agents for their rapid
wilt later announce Ball Park. Performanceswill of occupation were rolls. We are now taking ears messages holdshis.. listeners
names of congreasfonal district City at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m. similar means aids to the rehabilitation of ten per cent of all farm families' rapt attention ,white be drives fend tears of an Ideal American and thorough work in signing up
be !given given u true to the
masters I Bible.The hams has been kept the contracts and finishing In record
of the
who win assist her to will one hour earlier. In America. home the great truths
Work, by Ha.ctIDI' .klllJ'-poIIt- On Doors this visit open the show will have but program.Production of commodities and "The nest-Isis''years will fee a study announced for this pages thumbed.millions Those have who have so often read time, and at .small expense. t
tel'1llJ1. each county. to the cir"c..twentyflve' was the great decentralization of Industry week but which was postponed because
for admission of the cash crops
ODe price some know
will be to BLAZE'Tb.
the book delighted SMALL ROOT
; cents ,to. ;'young other method of putting the destitute with more and more'plants' being. ef Mr. Tibbltt's visit will be the book out
In called
.. that every character fire truck was
BIRTHS his feet.. located 1st rural communlUea.1 need next week:? ., !. Heavena, ,, '
f. &AdMr: sad ohlajlke. ; beckon : makes an appearance In the film shortly after noon Monday by a, r"
e. Ed Stanley; Starke.F. .; ? approximately 120 "The problem of aiding the farm- Place and.Where, I'
will be
!.(arch 8. ditches There the because X Bible In every even down to AUDMarch'. parrot. blaze on the roof of the home of JM
'It'ail Florida drainage families in the South to be er'is ooe of greatest' You ar* tovtted. "
and lira f D. Reddish were placed end to end they would benefited OOO by the rehabilitation< he has always: thought of the money hand at every service Is our altar and dog- M.Atvares on Walnut Street' The,
to to the Rib Wednesday believed to have started
fire Is
boy March from the .
11. mile he received as coming .
5.113 CGIIfer.eaee.
reach at the
f. and Mrs. Lester Crosby. 0 plan as' suggested, soU a4 It baa .bea. IulrdJQc.IWa. -7adia.- p'"fr-t-.a-' laud Thtotsday- J* "IIe pIa..wtUtClara ?tro I"<<'"'taty"flu<<' .W-... tittaguisbed
e. boy:'March r Virglsisproduaea- the gneiss ,capita In It301.1 Bow. Richard Cromwell and before aay great dsmBrdfnrh ?i
: ia. e1 tire' 'to adjust himself to any other eGOA payers $71.08 per r' '
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I---- '"v Raulerson- amt: daughter Nadine CAN BEEF AND -
3 : her parents. Mr. and Mrs. who spent the past month herewith MILTON-During FebnWvJ

( pp U. L. Conner Sunday.: SAXTON BROOKER her parents. Mr. and Mrs., H. Eleanor Barton home denjmabfl
; RISING Gum Branch II Mrs.Tate Alvarez was the guest P. Gainey. Uon agent, gave demonstr .tUnTj
( I BLcabe4k: Harasfav Dwl.WWianss.Sapp I .of Mr. and Mrs., H. U Edwards: .Mrs. W. A. Tyler Cor. HIM tr.n Gabe'. Cer. Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton and canning beef and pork ia tZHI
+ Mr*. H. M. MrBtMk Coe.
i Friday. small son were visiting friends and communities of Santa Rosa CounT.l
There was quite a crowd attended relatives in Lake Butler Sunday. and assisted in canning i Jl
of people in this prayer meeting at the home of O. T. Nelson was a business visitor :Mrs. R. W. Brannen and daughter H. P. Gainey attended church quarts of beef and 400 quarti 1.101 l
number
Quite a Lake Butler spent "
of
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d Mr. and lira. H. U Edwards Fri- Pauline
to Starke Friday. Grove Church Sunday. pork.
section! attended the Bradford Albert Williams of Jacksonvilleand week-end here with her par- at Shady
day night ],Irs. O. L Brown of Double Run the
, Convention at Miss Sapp of this acUon :-
.ill ,,1. County Slagtng Agnes. Melba and Junior demons were was visiting her daughter. Mrs., W. ents. Mr. and Mrs. H P. Gainey. -

lh I 'ti Long),fr.Bridge and Mrs.last Floyd Sooday.Crosby and evening were at quietly 7:00 o'clock married at the Saturday home the guests Conner of Monday.Mr. :their .sister. Mn.Ruby A. Taylor Friday.Mr. last Mrs week Frank with Bloss relatives spent In part Gaines of Wake Up Your Liver BileCalomel
Ed an-
little daughter attended the Bible of Mrs. Beulab Kelly by Rev. C. A. and :airs. Stanley
and Mrs. H. H- Keene and ville.
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Starke will
? study at Mission Halt at Crosby. The young couple
1 Tuesday night. make their borne In JacksoorlUe. .children were the guests of Mr.and :March 10.Herman. Mrs. W. B. Webb and daughters

r 1 :M.GweDdoIya and Ernestine Their many friends wish them good Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sunday. Garrett of Starke was a Idell. Lucile and Betty Joe spent a !
Buddington and Miss Mildred Mc tuck. Charcey Yarbrough and Rudolph visitor here Monday afternoon.Rev. part of last week in Jacksonvillewith
y" Rae. an of Starke. and Miss Gladys Chum spent Monday night with R. E. U Hicks filled his regu- friends and relatives.
;; Underhill were visiting relatives Locals C. Keeae. lar appointment here Sunday. Mrs L. A. Mints and daughter of f And You'll Jump Out of Bed If tola VU I I. sot Bowing '-.,I.
dYG food 110M. t1Jt. It tZ
y'', here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Conner were the There will be prayer meeting at Arthur Taylor of Black Creek Jacksonville spent part of last in the Morning Rarin to Go bawd. baa bloat up TOUT:Just ttoinath.dean,I IB Y.
,
I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. McRae: and guests of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp the home of Mr.. and Mrs J. A. 'was a visitor here Saturday. week here with her parents Mr. ban it thick bad. taw aid your b...3.
mother. Mrs. E. J. McRae. an of Sunday.Mr. Harnage Friday night Everybody Mrs. Essie Hardenbrook of and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. If you feel sour and sunk and I. foul. skis often b bnalu. out In i.;

} Waldos" visited relatives here Wednesday and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and welcome to attend.. Starke was the guest of Mrs.LIr.JeTyler H. R. Brown. Misses Madeline the .world lost; punk don't water swallow and labaa. out.. Your Year bad wbaU aehc intern and ton U feeling,.......!
mineral ,
I afternoon. little daughter of the Norman of Gum Branch convention LITTLK LIVER PILLS to .rt the.
T. N. were the guests of their parents.Mr. Mott attended the singing twpou.d.
to'make
freeze in thirty-five degrees below and expect them you .
Only three Presidents-Washing- gum of bus Bowing freely mat
Py ; + was a business visitor to this section and Mrs. L. L. at Long Bridge Sunday. and nib
Conner Sunday.A
and -. "
of sweet buoyant
zero weather while the feet ton. Jackson and Garfi"ld-have .suddenly :yon feel .P and up. They contain" ...
ta Saturday. large crowd from this section chickens will freeze in weather R. M. Gainey was attending to full of sunshine. been honored with statues in Na-
y; Ir Mrs. W. H. Andrews and daughter attended the singing convention at about fifteen degrees below. Uonary Statuary HalL business in Tampa Mouday and For they. can't do it. They only burn., _flow 0.,...1 who,. It coo.. to nikjuOM
Doris. are spending some time
.
Long Bridge Sunday. Tuesday.R. move the bowels and a mere move-
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; t here with her parents :Mr. and :lira. Carrie Browning of Raiford Ten thousand pigeons took part Our patience will achieve-more B. Raulerson of Immoklee and ment doesn't get at the cause. The C.LlW.But don't oak. LI..r for. ll Pllli....r pilli.Lock 4.11.lot
t
i i :Mrs J. M. Hersey. Is pending some time with her in a recent race in England. than our force.-Burke. Mrs. A. F. Raulerson of Okeecho- reason for your down-and-out Bam Carters Llttl User. Pllli
'I tI Miss Vesta McRae: spent the parents Mr. and Mrs H. L. Ed- bee spent the week-end here with feeling! is your liver. It should on Ow rod label. Rent aubMltat
..
b .week-end In Woodlawn. section: wards. Water .ls piped into twenty-nine Few people knew how to be old. friends and relatives. They were pour out two pounds of liq 'il! *. 2(4 ., dent ttorei. Yl
11 I bile into bowels daily. OIOSI a M. Co. _.
with Miss Leola Norman. Mr. home Mrs. R. B I ycur _
and Mrs. Felix Sapp were per cent of Ohio farm homes. -La Rouchefoucauld.: accompanied by
di Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and

children .were visiting Mr. and :Mrs Henrietta ---By POP MOMAND
N. D. Green in Heilbronn section I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---Nothing New To I

M'' Saturday night ? i i i unmix?,'.., !ii..l'!!' >.imiJllHI.l'! !'>'ili.il'll.ilJ'HillHlliilililiilHlllillllli!' I !: !! ',!!!: !:1' !!R!!! '!+!;: I | I j ( A\\\1 II f
Miss Leola Norman of Woodlawc 1111il l' r 1l d ; ll .
YEH- THAT SOUP aor! MB A 1 ,It Ill I
X/U. I.J1lJIIIIjldyjlill
i HOPS e.oY'"notIS / 1;
with Misses 1 ill d'
spent Wednesday night o' iAPLCMA FROM: COOKING: SC. COOL- I
,;,"r Audrey and Vesta McRae.Mr. : SOUP --IT'S ONe WIYsPE.C.IAL.Te8 % BET YOU CAM'T- CrOESSWHAT'S .1 You CAV'rIi /
and Mrs. Marion Reddish of / FOLKS : MS* IT-- Ii lI FOOL P 1

;{ Lawtey .were dinner guests of Mr. K t I II I IT'S YOUR

and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Sunday.Mr. Q 1 AW I lilt l DIPUON1A% !!! __-
and Mrs. Barney McRae: and 4 (IH'RUMPN' .
children of the State Farm wen lTPRTTY 00 .PPCAwR I
m'' visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae
6000.
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Pine Level section were visitors e.
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a ..12.4..0:
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5b Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby ol

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p Ub1E ONE STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 16. 1931' -- NUMBER!\ TWENTY-FIVE

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ti EDITORIALS B. 1-1.5. GOES TO Senior Personalities SEVENTH GRADE HI SOCIETYInformal ORGANIZATION IS Reminescences

STATE TOURNEY -
GIVES PROGRAMIN -
Norman Joseph Johns was born Social Chat From All SHAPING UP FOR I 1 <<
k Let us see what the class of 1925 ;

Ott voted to the Best Inter-st ofI Bradford High School ((88 represented County nineteen near years LaCrosse ago In and Alachua his CHAPEL FRIDAY n..JI.s. HI SCHOOL GOV'T Is doing: d
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''tl I BB[ .\DFORD HIGH SCHOOL by Sumter Harley, forward extraordinary Frances Darby-Married Philip 11
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ability as a rooter at
d deD8! Patrons and Alumnae deluxe and scoring ace of the Tor- football games is probably due to :Mlsa Mlddleton'a Home Room Displays Among the Juniors and Seniors Studentn' Co-op 'ratl\e Regulation McGuire, a promising young law
nado attending the League Conventionin of Orlando Florida. have y f
quintet and Lester Schnell, Talent In Brief yer They
his early vocal exertions. He began Of School Given Pupils VoiceIn '
STAFF sports editor student manager of Exhibition Hawthorne Thursday night one attractive young daughter. ,
EDITORIAL attending Bradford two OperationsThe
the team, and "assistant coach," as High were: Misses Kitty Hogsed Kath- Roan Leviton! ;Married Hugh ,
years age: Although an accidental
Hog-sea_.____BdltorlnChtafM It were) journeyed over to Gainesville gunshot deprived him of his left Miss Mlddleton's Seventh Grade eryn Haynes, Lula Redgrave Bun- organization of the Student Brownlee Jr. They have one at-
tty nie White and Mr
Canova. Dorothy a
Sapp_.A. t. Editor-tn-Chlet last Friday to see the state hand in his early boyhood. Nor- was in charge of the weekly assembly Co-operative Government of Bradford tractive young son 1'

John.---__.__Mana.ln. Editor cage tournament. The games were man excels in such sports as football program last Friday at the second derful Woodfin time.Halle. They had a won- High School will occupy a po- Mildred Gill Married J. D. S
Man. Editor held in the Doyle. She holds a In the
position
University and
inter, Harley-As gymnasium. basketball and diamond ball period presented a brief sition of primary Importance dur-
,. ., ..__Exchange EditorErolM The Seniors are Insurance office of Harold Wall. r
? -.. They received passes through the despite this handicap. His likes include list of entertaining numbers. Several hearing rumorsof ing the coming days. It Is a system ) 'I p{
I Morwlck.-A..t. Ex. Editor authority of Kenneth for many social events being plan Genevieve Rivers-She Is now
Eppert a : All sports and Mrs. pupils appeared the first by which the students of our
LIM C Jack.cn____-Literary Literary Editor Editor, freshman at the University and (History IV and al1)). Carpenter He dislikes -- time on the local stage, and gave ned In their honor. It seems that high school will be privileged to teaching school In Leesburg. Flor
AMt.
Snyder their social calendar will be
All-Southern quarterback for the promise of being quite
e .._______Sports Editor telling current events, being outstanding rep- share in the rules anti regulations" Ida.Free k
L.ter 8 ch not Lee General filled during the month of April. Wynn- Married Eldred
High year before last resentatives of Alma Mater in later
,
and by which they are governed. By
yn L ,, .__Asst. Sports Editor tardy no laughter after one of
BlBK
die Duncan of Gainesville '
Florida.
, ---r----Society Editor who seems destined to go places asa his puns. He favors electrical en- years. Miss Lois Adkins returned to her this system the authors, Mrs. Car t 'f
"e f. Adkln.Godwin_________.eke Editor Gator quarterback in the coming gineering as a profession in case To start the program the Senior home Sunday after spending the penter's Civics class hope to stimulate Frank Carpenter-Married Mlsn. i a ) ( ,
nry Anderson Jr.. Asst. Joke Editor.ter seasons. They became acquainted he becomes serious and settles Class arose and song "Thanks," rearranged -! week-end In Gainesville with her In a constructive manner, the Virginia Weeks. He Is associatedwith

Austin.__________...Reporter with him up at the district tournament down in a nest of his own making. In the following.. manner: i cousin, Miss Margaret Adktns. moral educational social, good! one of the large newspapers )} l
it Entertainment| where he refereed one of i Miss Martha Powell, Miss Lois health, and cleanliness movementof In Wlnston-Snlem S. C. They have If 't
tthft BrownUte_____.____Reporter Starke's Upon thepail' Thanks for all the inspiration one very attractive little girl. 1
games. seeing Adkins this
Katherine Robert Chapman and Sullivan school.
L ElementaryCalendar Georgia Haynes was
Primary and We found in your motto-- Gerald Mid lleton -Ie Is affil{
it is < -
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reported, he hailed
a "Tornado" and the other one as born in Starke, Florida, March 31, We're thankful tho' we know Carter were visitors in Jacksonville The governing bodies shall consist ated with the Federal Land Bank Or'' sr h r

v "Coach." as 1917. She is a member of the famous It's ending all too soon; Thursday. of two representatives from In Columbia 8. C. $ ,

I Of Events The pair Spoken English Class and And thanks for unforgettable days Miss Bunnie Canova spent the the faculty a student court, and' Charles Darby--Popular memberof
joyable time reported in having an en- likes that kind of work. She also We never can replace. day in Jacksonville Monday.S. chairman of committees, and their the younger set of this town.:

r March-16-Dr. Fifield games through the witnessing second round.all likes to go to the picture show and And memories that linger like a R. Johns, Jr., went to Jack respective duties are to advise the He Is in charge of the Jones Funeral ? .,
Friday, drink coca-colas. Her dislikes are pleasant tune. sonville Monday where he visited student court on questions, having Home. 3 .j
Iwlll speak 1:20: p.m. They also reported having each M. O. S. and writing cards. She is his mother who In 111 In the River the right to veto bills passed by One h'
I Friday March 16-"Look Out said a few words at random over outstanding in B. H. S. on accountof It is better to have been here and side Hospital.[ We sincerely hope the court; to voice the opinion of Lee Wiggins -He Married holds! Laura rorl p

lUzzle" 8:00 p.m., B. H. S. audlItorlum the radio. (We suppose no one was her pleasing personality. The gone that she will soon be able to return their representees" concerning mat- Hemingway.in J. W. Andrews' Ford a position Ga- s' "s
looking at the time.) From all we teachers always enjoy having Katherine Than never to have been.at all. home. ters involving the welfare of the have
rago. They one attractive
I Friday March 16-Senior as- heard they had a fine time and in home room and classes. It Is better for, no matter what the Misses Beverly Cady Kitty Hog school; and to inspect and Improvethe young daughter a

liembly. :Mrs.l Demorest's room in well.held up the standards of our school Katherine is an asset to any class. cost sed and Bunnie Canova had "tea" appearance and condition of Joe Slstrunk-He Is affiliated ,

,harlZe. You held the school in sway with Miss Rea Thede at her homeIn halls the office rest rooms, library, with the Standard 011 Company. )

Sunday March 17-HI-Y at. Beatrice Miner was born In Our principal, Mr. Gray. Lawtey Monday afternoon. grounds, etc., as well as provide a Charles Rivers-He Is a dentist ,
Methodist Church In a HONOR ROLL Starke Florida five days after our traffic squad committee for man- In South' Florida. I j(
tends And thanks for --
country became independent, ex- again leading us on ners and morals, and ushers for as-
Hi-Y
[body at 11.00: a.m. The road to graduate. Hi-Lights Mozelle McOruJer-Me Is now
Monday, March 19--Special First Grade (A-B)-Gene Nogel, cept only 139 years later-July 9, We're on our way and now we semblies and shows. residing In Hampton. Florida. .
1915. She moved to Lawtey when This organization shall meet ev- -
chorus, directed by Mrs. A. E. Edward Ricks Marvin Leach.- three years old and has lived there must convey The local Hl-Y Club met Wednesday ery week and all other times deemed The first graduating exercises In i

I Wall.Wednesday Miss Madge Middleton, teacher. ever since. She has always been of Our \tnanks. afternoon March 7, at 1:30: necessary by the president of our present school building took
First Grade (E-Esther) Griffls
March 21HIYClub ,
a joking nature and cannot be tak Mr. Gray expressed his approvalof and took steps to utilize the short the court or the faculty. Amendments place In May, 1915.! There was only
Lyle Anderson.-Miss Thelma Sil- k
| meeting. cox teacher. en seriously. She likes frankness, this arrangement.Next time left for the achievement of Its may also be enacted by a one graduate- -Archibald J. Thomas d

Wednesday, March 21-"The" parties, poetry, and arguing. She Glorlda Johns Clara alms for this year. majority vote of the entire court. He afterward attended the U'\-
Last Half-Day of School givenby Second Grade-Doris Goodge dislikes: Chemistry Latin English Flume and Tommie Bitch combined First the secretary read a letter If this project receives the support veraity of Florida and taught:

the Junior class under direction Margaret Stringfeflow Ray John- i Industrial Geography, History, beads fingers, and talents received from the DeLand unit of of nil concerned, it will write school. Ho volunteered for serviceIn
of Mrs. Hoffman. son.-Miss Thelma Silcox teacher i Civics the Hi Y organization, In answer to in the of of the World War and served
Physiology Geometry, and played a nifty piano trio. This history plan democracy as a
Wednesday, March 21 Second Grade: -Doria Mae Gaff- our the club's
inquiry '
and concerning Immeasur- lleutencnt In France. After
Science Algebra, perhaps number was delivered in our school as well as : his return -
[Monthly P.-T. A. meting. Every- ney, Thelma Starling.-Miss Lu- bookkeeping. She also dislikes time and harmony an indication perfect constitution. Details of the con ably elevating the standards of he married. Miss May McKln- c
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(body is invited to come. cile Edwards teacher. herself. She i stitution will be received later. morals and They have a and
practical jokes upon that the principals are music minded physical sanitary con ney. son daughter -
Thursday, March 22-EleImentary Third Grade- Violet Johnson, plans to go into training for a as well as the employment of Many projects, such as remodel- ditions, and the general attitude of two very studious pupils In our
chapel. Miss Lucile Ed- Jimmie Griffls.-Miss Lucile Ed- nurse when she finishes high school extensive drill. ing the principal's office, dressing the students towards their duties school now. In 1932. Archibald J. jy
|wards' room in charge. wards, teacher. -which she hopes to-and later rooms, the Installation of telephones of dally routine. Let's put our Thomas was elected County Clerk

Thursday. March 22-Glee Fifth Grade-Ferol Jones, Julia become a trained nurse Billy Parker, Lillian Mosely. and In the different rooms and shoulder to the wheel in a big way! of Bradford County which office
I Club, directed by Mrs. A. E. Winkler Mildred Williams Melvin Marjorie Stump sang "You Gonna construction of benches for chil- he now fills. 1.
,
I Wall. Wiggins, Betty Stringfellow, Louise Lois Long was born in Starke, Lose Your Gal," with Marjorie dren to eat lunch outside, were YOUTH rit.AYS FOIL PEACE Once before there was only one ,
playing the A feeble response -
I Sterns, Betty Green, E. L. Griffis, Florida, April 11, 1916. She is a piano. brought before the club for Its con- graduate of B. II. S. at the end of
from the audience
HI-Y CLUB Billy Griffls Le'Etta Corpening.- very outstanding character in' the came sideration. The first two were Lord, we are the Youth of every the year. That was In 1910 whenR.
| One of the latest additions to our Miss Annie Mae Pearce, teacher. Senior Class. She is one of the best when Junior Adkins said", "Every chosen to begin work on Immedi- i land today Ray White was graduated In the

ogresslve high school Is the Hi-Y Fifth Grade-Garnetta Hubbard students in the class. However she body on the last chorus! ately, S. R. Johns and Robert I Pleading for peace; old school house on Walnut 8tre*.

lub This cl"b, composed of the i does not devote her entire time to Dohhla Smith then delivered a Chapman constituting the committee We are the ones who will be sacrificed He sat at the principal's desk In
Jutstandlng\ boys of the upper Gladys Johnson, Carolyn Keen, studying. The teachers and stu reading, "When Betty, Was at the In charge of the former, and A, i the office In the day and ttu.'led;

asses, already shows Indications Emmallne Morgan, Frances Over.Lor- dents like her very much and enjoy Party." E. Wall and Joe Shuford forming Unless wars cease; and at night Prof. B. D. Lane sat

being a very active one. The street.raine Stockwell Mabel Prevatt, Edward, Mary Barnes, being in her company. She Is a Following was a short one-act I the committee In charge of the lat We are the ones elected Lord, to for many hour at that desk writ-j

l>ys are very alert and ready to do Leonard IrvIn Tillman Jack member of the Glee Club and special play, "The School Clown" portraying ter. These committees are to con- payA Ing to politicians and legislators nil rover
Smith ,
kelr best In Improving B. H. S.Tiey Halle. Miss Eunice Perkins, course: ; and is always willingto a fussy lassie entering a new fer with Mr. Gray and Mr. Griffin price too high. tho state, asking them to sup
have had the walls of the of- teacher.- ; be on assembly programs. SheIs school. She was so contrary she on steps taken in carrying out theclub's You gave us life, and it Is not your port a bill providing for the floating '
ce done over, and many other also exchange editor of B. H. would stand while her classmates plans concerning these projpcts. will\ of bonds to build new schoolhouses is
lings are on their program for the Sixth Grade-Jean Davis, L. M. S. Journal. sat and vice versa. Finally she That we should die. all over the state of Florida.

..1lI' future Gaines Irene Goodge Alice Peter- explained that.. she, and her mother The project of reconstructing the I The bill eventually passed and OK I,
( This club Is Indeed an! additionB. son.-Miss Strickland, teacher. News were appearing- at the local theatre office, already underway will upon Open the blind eyes of our leaders, building In Starke was the first ono
Elementary
H. S. It is something that weave Sixth Grade-Tom Mersereau, and expressed her belief that steps taken in carrying out the Lord, finished. That desk Is still doing; 'p
been needing. We sincerely Emmett Perryman, Margaret LoW- "advertising pays." dergo completlo nln a few days. In every land; good work In one of our prlmar,
lope that the boys will keep up the ry, Margaret Pearce, Juanita Bare CIIXPKL; PROGRAM Open their hearts and minds and class rooms.
To the the audience -
cod," work, and make the names oflie foot, Willa Vida Killlngsworth, L. C. By Bin. Hart's doom complete"Annie program Doesn't, Live HI-Y CONGRESS make them wise Ray White attended Universityof

charter members of the first Smith Billy Jackson W. S. Rivern, Opened with song, "Morning sang To understand: Florida, made two degrees, an,I .4
pt-T 1 Club go down in B. H. S. his Mary Elizabeth Smith.-Miss Ja Prayer." Here Anymore. Professor Gray, sponsor for local That war Is sad, and horrible, and practiced law In Orlando for more
Iry. cobs, teacher. Lord's Prayer. Mr. Gray then delivered the cus HI-Y Club says In regard to the wrong than two years when he voluo ,%
Seventh Grade (B-Mary) Harriet Flag Salute.Announcements. tomary announcements, among HI-Y Congress, meeting at Daytona And useless quite; teered to serve In the World War,

OCR EDITOR-1N-CHIEF I Bishop, Shirley Geary, Lorraine by Mr Gray.A which was the reading of the much Beach April 20, 21 and 22: That we, the clean strong Youth of He went to France as a lieutenant ,

One person In our school to Hartman Doris Silcox, Doris short talk by L. O. Jones Jr., discussed constitution of Student "Since this meeting occurs no earth and after serving his country

born we should give praise Is Kit Strickland, Geraldine Tillman, on "The Care of Our Shrubbery." Body Government written by Mrs farther away than Daytona Beach, Have the good right faithfully for many ,months/! died In

ty Hogsed, who is editorinchieff Ralph DuBois Jewett Fogg. A song "The Humming Bees," Carpenter's Civics class I see no reason why at least half, To life and love and action In the Battle of St. Mlhlel t
our school paper. She has been Seventh Grade (A-A.) Z. Ad- by entire class. and probably the entire membership happinessand France, September 12 1918.

Intiring in collecting news and kins, Jr., Lucille Blelling, Clara "When a Fellow Tries to Read," WHY I ENJOY KEEPINODURY A of our local club IIhouldn'trepresent We would peace.not be .
orking for the of Flume Sidney Griffls, Louanna reading by Othma Haynes."I this county there. If the
progress our
Killers of men-we want to walk Last Minute
Flashes
Nr for the entire year. We were Harvey Gloria Johns J. L. Mor- Can't Do That Sum," sung by flub will begin planning for this

[cry lucky Indeed to have chosen gan, Lillian Moseley. Audra Belle Selma Thornton, Dorothy Green, Since early childhood I have always event now providing ways of Clean-handed the earth, free It is rumored-that the Special u

itty for edRor-in-chtef because no Phillips Loyree Phillips, N. T. Geraldine Silcox and Doris Kruse. been deeply Interested l In the transportation and funds for stay- From war with all its horrors lust Girls Glee Club might be able to
>ne else could have been more In- Rltch Jr., Doshla Smith Mellie "My Garden" a reading by Thel- histories of the lives of people, particularly Ing over we should experience nodifficulties. and greed. attend the Music Festival In Tam-

rested in making our paper a sucMI. Silcox. ma Ricks. the "everyday life" of ." Its dark despair. pa this spring."Look .
Eighth Grade-Erma Blair For- Geraldine the I am more InterestedIn
She has gained the "The Duel, reading by person. -
Lord there
co-opera- be anotherwar
never
may
P on of the pupils and teachers rest Crosby. Imogene Drlskell Virginia Silcox. the "everyday" life of a person THINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE- Out Lizzie" la to be pre

pnich was very necessary to makee Fugate Clarice Gill, MarkLey "Hold Me," sung by Selma than in the story of his various accomplishments Mr. Larson always smiling This is our- sented here in the school auditorium 2

>e paper what it ought to be. Klt- Hornsby, L. O. Jones Billy Long, Thornton Geraldine Silcox Rivers In certain fields and Geraldine Johns grow two feet -By Grace prayer.Noll Crowell. Friday.
Y has been Vesta McRae, Roswell Noegal, Hundley and Jacqueline Andrews. the usual information given in such taller. -
and
very thoughtful
''U'eful to give her attention to Edna Pearce, Francis Lee Peek "The Funniest Thing in the hIstories; so this special character- Louise Snyder with black hair. Some of the Seniors are preparing i

very' thing of importance and have Leola Norman Vernlce Phillips, World," reading by Garland God- Istic proved of value to me when I The walls of the school building lights Knitting at the needles ends and fitted with for college by doing extra workin
printed so that Willis Smith Lillian Stump Arle win. was in the grammar grades, con repainted.Lula batteries in English Exercise books. These

ear about it. At the everyone time of could this, Tlllman Carol White.-Mrs. By- earning an English assignment. Redgrave five feet tall and the the continent.sterna have been produced on are splendid books. and have very

I nting Kitty was at home with n the num Perkins teacher. SENIOR PRIVILEGES Keeping a diary Is of great valueto with blonde hair. beneficial English drills) In them. 1 1 1Y

I'weola' but she called the school Ninth Grade-Mildred Brown, any person. It develops the A gym building added to our I Y+.
l ouse to see how the up Eula Mae Dyal Irene Davis Lois The Senior Class\ of 1934 has habit of performing certain tasks school

"lDJng on. paper was Moore Margie McMIllan Oleta been looking forward for some time each day, and develops alertness of The Senior Class act dignified COME SEE THE
Smith Don Stilley, Arlie Spon- to having some privileges. Now mind in being able to recall ,the for one week. JUNIOR PLAY

I MODERN COMMANDMENTS- holtz. that we have acquired them let's day's happenings. A' diary serves Charles Pender with an "A" la

Tenth Grade (A-Ivan Spon- do not take too much advantage of as a history for refreshing your English. MARCH 21 AT 2:00: O'CLOCK;
,
1. Thou not steal holtz A. W. Andreson, Johnnie Ree them and cause any disturbance. memory on any date or Incident. Purvis Hazen give his current
Irl; neither shall thou thy pal's COne, W. N. Johns Alice Royster,, The spirit that has prevailed in the' Not.only Is a diary of value as a event In Civics.Everybody .
re girl. date a Sen- Guilda Thede. Dorothy White June Senior Class wUl continue I am means of developing habit and as a pass this year I HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM\ '

2. Thou Whitfleld Liberty Whitfleld, Wil- sure. So come on. Seniors and' history but it Is a valuable teacher f 'I
at thy!? shalt not slay grammar liam Woolen, Audrey Hall. show our sponsors and Mr. Gray as well because It trains us in the WHY IMUCEH-I0o and 15o

ea English teacher berate Eleventh Grade Jessie Mae how much we appreciate them! qualities of accuracy originality, Did Robert get the roseola?

3. Brannen, Francis Cadman Audrey clearness, forcefulness, correctness Don't the Seniors have any privi-
Thou shalt Dot slide down the Carlisle Robert Chapman. Francis' AVERAGES FOR SIXTH MONTH and neatness which are so essential leges? "The Last Half-Day in the District School"

annlsters test thou shouldst tear Cotton. Melvin Crosby Merrill Edwards to effective composition. A Do the girls like Lawtey?
e 1.'Important part of thy trousers. ,Joe Edwards Leecy Fogg Seniors-Scholarship, 90.8; citizenship fourth value is that It provides a Do so many go out for Glee A PLAY IN TWO ACTS
Thou shall not peep tat <*" Frances Hemingway. Blake Jackson 95;' absent, 1.4 (days); worthwhile way of spending our Club fDoes

coma tUdents lest thou houldst distract Dorothy Marwick, Carra Belle tardy. .07 (times). leisure time.I Mignon cause "certain JunIor ki i

:5. from their studies. Norman Dorothy Sapp, Ruby Juniors-Scholarship, 88.2; citizenship partlcuarly like my diary as It boys" to make so many mistakes -
lass Thou' houl* t not "ditch" Shaw, Louise Snyder Irma Stock- 93.91; absent 1.1; tardy .9. was a gift from a playmate who In typing? THE FOLLOWING CHARACTERS: i if
lest Mr. Gray see thee. well Came Strickland. Mary L. Sophomores Scholarship. 88; moved to California. It brings Is Industrial certain f
Q Thou Geography a Prof. Catchematlt.._.___.___,._..,_..Coach Larson
lhalt not be late to Torode. Anita Walnwright citizenship 93; absent 1.8; tardy back memories of our early child Senior 'girl's favorite subject? s
holIest 1 Billy Be Dum. School Dunce-_________..Charles Pender +
thou shouldst bring down : Twelfth Grade-Lester Austin, .4. hood days. Keeping diary as I Is the Spoken English Class so +
pan thin, head the wrath of Mr Jessie Mae Dennison, Mildred Din- Freshmen-Scholarship. 87; cltlenshlp have described has meant much tome secretive about their "secret" Tommy Bragg, a boy who lives up to his. nameSidney Herahf leld

I'8on. kins Vera Galney Henry Godwin 90.1; absent. LItardy, .2. and I have enjoyed It. Since Sammy Talkmuch, the tottIe-tale.__,.__...-.Rubert Chapman
Jt.Thou halt not run In the halls Kitty Hogsed, Carolyn Hutto i writing is one of my hobbles, It has It In not unusual for poor classes Hans Vot Smashem the Dutchman.?_?__.,_,..._Jo. Edwards 1

''n thee Come six-footer should. tramp Louise Jackson, Norman Johns, -S. LOW FIRST GRADE, helped to train me in original composition of Mexicans to bury as many as Clem Johnson a colored boy___>__..________.Hugh Waters r r

8. unknowingly. R. Johns Lois Long Beatrice MI- and has provided me with three or four members of the same Betty McGee._____..?.___.._..Elizabeth Holllngsworth 1
Thou shall not whisper In ner, Sinclair Peek, Elena Prather Miss Olive Ray's First Grade-B a worthwhile, enjoyable and entertaining family: In one grave one above the Dot _.._ :
tUdy hall Simpson _._____________________Dorothy Sapp
lest thou shouldst hear Mary Pearce Alta Rahme MarJ- :lass had a contest last week to pastime. Keeping a diary other t
raID Tot Simpson ____ _______.._
Mrs. Carpenter. orle Stump, Dorothy Swan born. ''llee which boy and which girl could has taught me Its true> values, ? _____Ruth Zeigler
a. Thou shan not flunk thy Annie Laura Tucker Rhoda Zelg- make the most words out of JESSIE MAC BRANNEN. Birmingham alone contains more Topsy Turvy a colored glrl-_..___..-_.__.__ Wbltfleld

tudies; neither Susie Shyann. a shy lady_____________ _
.Loula
bent GhaU thou drop ler, Lois Adkins, George Arwood .one word--"unquestionably. than 30,000 persons who are classified ? Snyder
tloUldbt: lest bias-, oa and papa Martha Brownie. Bunnie Canova Roberta Whitfleld made 121 Cheap creosote: fuel is supplanting among tradesmen as "bad Christina Vogelsang.______--______________Callle Strickland

cha.tlse thee. Carlie Faulkner IdeU demons. words and got a prUe a nmall doll. gasoline In the buses of Belfast payers." Dolly Dimple_-____--____---------____..Mildred Hundley

Typists- Lacy Futch Woodfin. Haile Kathryn Thomas E* Williams node 195 Ireland. The Scotch Lassie.Lydio ------------______:,.France Hemingway d ,
111 as 8 are tale<1 to make a. Haynes. Billy Parker. Marguerite words and won a fine pencil. Our Tuberculosis causes: more deaths .Lee, a pretty &1rL.o.I:;._.,_.___ Mary: Lucile TorOOeu.YWr..F
Q '000 V. "f okes during Prevatt. Lula Redgrave grade Is taking great Interest In Southern Rhodesia Is to have between the ages of fourteen and

Ordinary busy working day. i Lester Schnell Richard Thede. the clean-up campaign. j four new aviation fields. i forty-five than any other disease """I ts"


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARC814 I
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YOUR _. -- .IAIIP
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.: ALL PROJECTS: STOP PINK MAGNOLIA BLOOMSA nor of the Hotel Lot
U. D. C March Meeting FAVORITE RECIPES of Lawtey
r Florida
TO 'AWAIT F E R A North endtbrun,1
alone the Went ,
Held In Davis Home (Various cabbage recipes.'given ,-- beautiful magnolia tree with nine Street,.thence n feet to a polnl,of bh'"

Mrs. L. A. Davis., Mrs., "L. G: to u. by request from.Mrs. J. C (Continued from Page. 11 pink blooms Is In bloom at the home ales to State West Street: and n at (

Yl$ DcietyJ P Powell, Mrs..W. G.'Haile and Mia Jones, Starke, Florida.) -- of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman Jf Street*.*.74 and feet Peir&IlftI then. p'l.h f..t!' tb.""C: :
-- subject to the approval of the state *
Etta Ttson were hostesses the firs on East Call Street. This tree does right thence ancle to Statelltr..t: V4 tJ''.
Pickled Bed Cabbage administration, a regional supervisor "Mouth' and "
W.
this month to the aloll8'
in -
Wednesday the ; -
not grow as large as ,the magnolia i ide of State Street ,, :
T. Weeks chapter, United Daughters Slice the cabbage Into a colan- of relief, a regional engineer, a tree to which we are"accustomed, I point often 75 feet I
of the Confederacy, at the der and sprinkle\ each layer with regional auditor and such other supervisory but the blooms resemble each oth- pUhllo In the record...et ae platttedletN"r..

iW'' John Powell Sings Music Study Club home of,Mr. and Mrs. I* A. Davis salt Let It 'drain two days then personnel as may be re er. A border of, azaleas surround 1I'10rlda. Of Bradfordu sum I .

In A Cappella Choir Holds Interesting Meet Wild azaleas in bowls and dainty put Into jars and pour over with quired. this tree and now that all are In Ae Special!A, 8. CREWs
in small also to cover and "The regional supervisors of relief Maeter In
Japanese azaleas pots, enough boiling vinegar bloom It Is a beautiful sight KNIGHT KNIGHT, l"h nc"1.
'' < John H. Powell, tenor, will appear Johannes Brahms, the great other dainty early spring blossoms, add In a few slices! of red beet root. shall be responsible, subject to Attorneys for Complainant.
111: l with the A Cappella choir of modern German artist and com- were used to decorato the rooms .of If spices are preferred they can be the approval of the regional adminIstrators 1'181111.11
' WI of Music poser, was ably Interpreted by for the appointment of. Though the smallest state in the
the Jacksonville College this hospitable residence: added In with the boiling vinegar. -
':,t I't at a vesper musicals, sponsored by John H. Powell at the regular The business session was presided White cabbage can also be used In I' the technical staffs of the relief divisions Union Rhode Island Is the most L _._ _-

' 1' k the First Christian Church Sunday meeting of the Fortnightly Music over by the president, Mrs. O this recipe in the place of the red. of the local relief administrations densely populated. t Say it with Flower.
\ 18 at five Club last Friday evening at the !_ and after the la their respective districts -
afternoon, March Beasley, transaction 'Good Spiced Vinegar .
.' w i' T'' and Mrs. E. K. Per- SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE .. s**... ,
" home of Judge of and shall be with ? ?
I: o'clock. considerable business a social I 'One-half gallon of vinegar, one ; charged Notice In -
r hereby given that under
.'d.r'IX 'They' following item taken fromSunday's ryman. After giving a very com- half-hour was enjoyed. and one-half tablespoonfuls of celery the general supervision of the entire that certain final decree rendered by Flowers For
,( t Times-Union said: plete and comprehensive sketch on Miss Hazel Middleton charmed seed, one-half cup of grated relief program, Including the Honorable A. Z. Adklna a* Judge of All

.:;?a f.'' 'f+I 4 "This splendid organization is ,the life and works of the composer, 'her'audience with a musical readIng horseradish, one cup sugar, one giving of relief and the amount and Florida the Clrcut In Court Chancery of Bradford, In that County certain, Occasions

';rv as one of Florida's leadIng Mr. Powell artistically rendered entitled "Tale of the Twilight and one-half tablespoonfuls of mus- kind of relief, subject to rules and cause therein pending numbered 888 .,- II
::1''; recognized "Wle blat du meine Konigln" ("Ah and wherein Arthur Orlffi I le complainant _
vocal ensembles and has re- Bell, and Mrs. Clifton Brown fa- tard seed one tablespoonful of salt, regulations of the state relief ad- and D. U Rlackbprn ft al
it 't ceived favorable criticism upon Its Sweet My Love"?, opus 32 No, 9, vored the company with a piano one tablespoonful of cinnamon. ministration. are defendant, the undersigned Special GERTRUDE GODBEY
' "; :f performances through- and "Wle Melodlen Zeiht ES Mir solo, "Mountain Spring," by Bohm Cloves nutmeg and grated onion "Regional auditors are responsible of Master on Monday, the Snd day
t} ff. ..9 numerous Drift- April. 1934 during the legal hours KINLAW
' out the. state. It is composed of ("A Strain of Song Seems The hostesses served a delicious may oe added if, desired. for the periodic audit of the of ale and at the South front door
. 'ff.d blended voices ing"), opus 109 No. 1, by Brahms: salad course to the following -- books and accounts of the local relief of the' county court house at Starke, PHONE 40
perfectly ,
" >>'J't' i twenty Mr. Powell was accompanied at the r'lorliln, will cell to the hlnhOHt and
whose training under Mr. Prior enables guests: Rosy Relish administrations in their respective bust bidder for cash the following 811 Church
...T 6 piano by Mrs. E. ]II[. Davis.A Mrs. S. E. Brownlee e .. described lands, to-wit St. Starke, Flu.T .
Mrs. district.
and J. M. e.
,. ., ., them to sing: in a finished Three cups of chopped cabbage, Commencing: at the Southeast. --..
: cor-
artlstlo manner, and with fine bal- record of Brahms Waltz opus Brownlee, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, three cups cooked chopped beets Responsibility for the technical _

ance and shading. 39 No. 13, Jlayed by Fritz Krelsler, Mrs. O. I* Beasley, Mrs. W. L. one pint of vinegar one-half cup supervision of all projects of an engineering -

'The members of the choir are as was also appreciated.Mrs. Wall, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick Mrs. O. sugar, three tablespoonfuls of nature was delegated to

a1 follows: Violet Almony, Oliver G. H. Lowry, music chair- Li. Haynes Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs.A. horseradish,.four sticks cinnamon the regional engineers. They were FRESH GROUND 3 LB8.'MEALorGRITS .
Barnard, Loise Bowen, Amy Lazar- man of the Woman's Club presidedat M Darby, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, one teaspoonful of cloves one-half also given authority, subject to the

r 'Ps ri, Hazelle Rasche, Camilla Arnold the business session, when Mrs. Mrs M. E. Edwards, Miss Hazel teaspoonful of 'allspice, two tablespoonfuls approval of the regional administrator -
Adella Forbes Crlssle Herbert, Li. A. Davis and Miss Lucille Mitchell Middleton and Mrs. Clifton Brown of salt. to suspend or remove !any o lOc

Margaret McMillan Agatha Smith, were elected delegates, and Mrs.D. Boil the beets (being careflu not engineer, foreman or other employe (

Y Bernice Brubaker Doris Brubaker, E. Knight and Mrs. .A.Z. Ad- Mrs. Green Honors to cut the roots before cooking) until on the engineering staff of the local -

Ernest Baker Sidney Clark, Arthur kins alternates, to the state con- Mother On Birthday done. Cut in cubes and mix with relief administration considered DRY SALTEME4AT
'1 Evans, Wolcott Prior, Stanley vention of the Florida'Federation ,the chopped cabbage. Then drop inefficient or derelict in the discharge -
( Boote, W. James Crosland, John of Music Clubs to be held In.Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green the spice tied'in a spice bag Into of his duties.

'' Powell and Robert Scott." sonville, March 2024. v ,' ] entertained In at their home Sunday the vinegar with sugar and salt Normally, the letter said, the Pound

Miss Mitchell was appointed custodian honor of Mrs. Green's mother, added and boll for ten minutes.Set county will be the unit of administration HERE EtONOMr loch
I Mrs. L.
A Dees of
Baptist W. M. S. of the club's official scrapbook brated her Mayo who cele- aside and cool ten minutes and but it was provided that
I
seventy-fourth birthday place back on fire with two or more counties may be combined -
,
and cabbage
The regular business pro- anniversary.The
? and beets into one administrative unit, ENCORE PreparedSPAGHETTI
added
gram meeting of the Baptist W. M. Tentative plans were made for lower floor of the home was and bring to a subject to approval of the state ad-
yJ s. wilt be held Monday afternoonat entertaining twenty or thirty mem- decorated In a color scheme of orchid boll. Remove from fire and seal.Cabbage ministrator.

5 3:00: o'clock in the church with bers of the Jacksonville '"A Cappella and pink and sweet peas in Equalization of salaries was one 2 Tall Cans 15c

w Circle No. 3 in charge of the pro- Choir'',' which will'be heardat baskets and bowls Intermingled Two ) Relish, Uncooked of the points which the state administrator

I, t"r gram. Wednesday the. Woman's evening Club. April house 11. The on with tively.fern, were arranged effec- two and gallons one-half of ground quarts of cabbage white,' said he favored while i DEL MONTE Delicious Sliced, No. ,2}Va Cans

I Skl ; Is not i ly-t invited but urgedto vinegar, two and one-half poundsof discussing the new setup. The letter -
public At the noon hour a several called
I bear this musical treat free ofcharl'e. course luncheon was served, and pound sugar of, white twbll cups mustard salt,seed.one-half to furnish upon county immediately administrators full- PINEAPPLE 2 Cans 35c

I Come and bring your the beautiful three tiered
birthday data
personnel all
on
'Mix appointive
cabbage and salt
and
RITZ THEATRE friends. '"'.11.: cake iced in orchid color with saventyfour'plnk with cover personnel under their.Jurisdiction. FANCY U. 8. No. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
...----. candles was cut and boiling water and let stand

STARKE FLORIDA; Laugh at "Look Out;' Lizzie. served by the honoree Mrs. Dees. overnight. Squeeze cabbage out CLERK'S REPORT

;a -. Spending*,the day with Mr.. and ,dry mustard and mix thoroughly with sugar Stark. Fla->March 1. 1034. 10 Lhs. 29c
1' seed and vinegar. Put in Report of the Clerk of the Circuit
Irs. Green
Mias Stump InitiatedInto and,Mrs. ,Dees were: jars and seah.. Do not fill Jars too Court for Bradford County, Florida,
PROGRAMBeginning #:S.C.W. Mr. and Mrs. L. B.Dees and Mr. full on account of taxes assessed .for the SPARKLE, DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE
At with the mixture the cabbage '
Zeta Tau Alpha as year 1988.
and Mrs C F, Johns ot Mrs.
March 10 Mayo;
.Friday; will swell after C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector. '
L Miss Evelyn Stump daughter of C. D. Williams of Tampa; Mr. and Watch the jars and if a little sealing.vine Caamtr Proper PUDDING GPkgs. 25c

FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump a student Mrs. A. H. Green and Mr.and Mrs.A. gar is needed,.after the cabbage To By amount balance collected-----due Feb. 1.-$6,915.90._.. 448,07
4 at Florida State College,for F. Sauls. wells add the'amount needed and To balance due March I._.._ 6,464.83
Women Initiated ,when the 0 ---:;.. Fine and Forfeiture DELICIOUS GELATIN DESSERT
; was
"The Mad Game"Spencer reseal. To balance due Feb. !____ 8,9110.23
a Beta Gamma Chapter,of Zeta Tau Mrs. Newsom HostessTo This relish also be By amount collected-__...__ Z55'l
n'' Trace, Claire Trevor Alpha held Initiation ceremonies) at Sewing Club FridayMrs. large green bell may peppers packed with top in To balance Craatr due Retail March and 1.Bridge___ 3,694.32 SPARKLE 6 5ozPkgs. 25c

) Also the college Saturday,morning A cut off. After stuffing tie the Tn balance due Feb _.?.__ 7,900.45
breakfast honoring the, Initiateswas R. A. Newsom was hostess top fly[ amount collected....... 511 80
"LITTLE BOY BLUE" to members of her sewing' club, theS. of the pepper back on with a string To balance due March I..... 7,388'65 WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED
Three Torches
given at the and County School General
place In and
jars seal.
OF 'f'RANCZ"SATtmDAY
"OUTPOSTS S. C. Circle afternoon at i To' balance
Friday due Feb 1.13,847 MILK 3 Tall
Sunday morning. I Cans 17c
her home on Cherry Street.. By amount collected-._..._. 333.so
Those Initiated besides Miss PENNSYLVANIA VETERANS To balance due March 1_....12,314.39
The living and dining rooms
were Commtr Poll.
Stump, were: Miss Martha Mc- attractively decorated with baskets SHOULD READ THIS To balance due Feb. !_?___ 11400 SULTANA BRAND PEANUT
Will James' Clellan and Miss Alma Patterson, By amount collected_______ 19,00 BUTTER
and wall vases of spring flowers The Stateof To balance due March 1._-_- 395.00 1-Lb. Jar 15c
Jacksonville Miss Kathleen Mono and most Pennsylvania has Total NBb-Hvkool Reg-nlar
"SMOKY" a pleasant afternoon was
w Beach Miss Dorothy Jordan paned an actOcnown as the Veterans To balance due Feb 1....-.11,162.11
Daytona ;
spent In sewing and chatting. By amount collected..__._._ 317.96 111011 QUALITY NUTLEY .
Irene Compensation Act, which
With Victor Jory Bentleyand Beach Miss Oneli was
West Palm ; Late in the To balance due March 110,834.25Tot.III.
afternoon Mrs. New.
Will James da McFatter and Miss Mary Price, 'approved by Governor Plnchot on !..-*"._. Beadedo OLEO Per Pound lOc
mom assisted by Mrs. E. W, Hayes balance due Feb !...__
5 1934.
January This
Marianna; and Miss Clarice Stan- and Mrs J.. S. Addison served a act provides By amount collected._.._._. s'muTo :
TUES fall, Blountstown. a bonus for any Individual who balance due March 1__... 8,4&1.13A.rl..t. IONA BRAND Delicious", Rich
MON.
SUN.
delicious sweet course with coffee. .....
Members present were: Mrs. E. gave the State of Pennsylvania or To balance due Feb. .?_.._ 66R.38ly COCOA '1-Lb. Carton; 12c
any specific place in the State of ___ .
"Little Women"Katharine amount collected 43 66
Will Meet
P.-T. A. W.. Mrs. -
Hayes J. S. Addison, Mrs. --
Pennsylvania as his or her place of To balance due March 1__._ 115.72
Jean Parker W. A. Bessant, Jr., Mrs. Errol Alvarez Widow'. Pe..o. Our Own Blend INDIA CEYLON
Hepburn
Wednesday Afternoon\ residence at the time
of entering Tn balance due Feb. !..__.._ '6BS,88
Mrs. T. N.Kendrick
4 Joan Bennett, France Dee Msoc'lation'WIll Mrs J. the naval or military forces of the By amount collected_____? 43.66 TEALb Package 17c
The Parent-Teacher Simmons and Miss Hazel Joy- United To balance due March 1_____ 615.73
., Also meet Wednesday afternoon, ner. States ,without regard to Rod and Brtd.. ..t.....
the place of enlistment, commission and BlBklKK Pud
CARTOON '
and
NEWSREEL. at 3:00: o'clock in the school audi To balanc. due Feb. 1 23,805.38
or ,Induction. This act provides __-__._.
torium. Prizes will be given for Christian Endeavor Ity amount collected. SPECIAL
I t compensation for all such persons To balance due March 128,906.86A. LOW nIGH QUALITY
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY. the room having the largest at- Study Class Meets '* who wore a member of the military J. THOMAS, Circuit Clerk. PRICES ON HEINZ l FOODS
tendance of patrons, and also for ')<
I or naval forces of the United
| "HOOPLA"f the room having the largest num- The Young People's Mission
ber of P.-T. A. members who have !Study I Class of the Frebyterian States during the war between the SOUP Gumbo Creole_________________2 Cans 25c: :

f With paid their annual dues of fifty, 'Church met at the home of Mrs United States'and Spain, betweenthe SOUP Vegetable ___-_________________2 Cans 25c:

Clara Bow, Richard Cromwell cents. Nathan Prevatt, Monday afternoon, 21st day of April, 1898. and the ATLASThe SOUP Noodle _-___-___-______________2 Cans 25c:

Preston Foster ... 9 for the,weekly study.of the book 13th day of August 1898, or who SOUP Cream of Celery_________________2 Cans 25c:
served in the
China Relief
Expedition -
.r Abo"Emma's I Parks-Carter "Today's Youth and Tomorrow's In the ''Guam SOUP, Cream of Pea____-_____________2 Cans 25c: :
,
Dilemna" of I World." Mrs.. G.,, H. Lowry and between the't21st'Philippines'( day or of April, Standard Oil SOUP Cream of Tomato______-_-____-2 Cans 25c:
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon D. Carter :Miss Marjorie' led the discussion
Starke are announcing the marriage on the Stump chapter studied* 1898, and the 4th day of July, ., TireGuaranteed SOUP Cream of Asparagus__________,__2 Cans 25c:

I .. AND. SHORTS of their daughter Louie Belle, A social hour followed when Mrs 1902, or during the World War between SOUP Cream of Mushroom____,.__.______2 Cans 25c:
Parks of Delray, the 8th day of April, 1917, One YearFrigidaire
to. K. William Prevatt, assisted by Miss Nancy KETCHUP _____________Small Bottle 13c:
SPECIAL BARGAIN NIGHT Florida, on Saturday, March. '1e). Clarke served refreshments. And>> .the, llth/jt day of November, --------
light "
Florida- I, 918. KETCHUP ___________-______:.._..Large Bottle 19c:
Wednesday, March :XI 1934. at Starke. -- The Veterans Placement Serviceof ..............
Presbyterian Auxiliary Meets
the United
States
Come see,, "Look Oat Lkzia"1rSTARKE : Employment
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Service desires that the provisions OCTAGON SOAP, Giant Bar 5c

First Presbyterian Church held Its of this act be made known so that

regular monthly meeting Tuesday It 1 there are any persons in the QUAKER MAID

.afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. R. State of Florida who are eligibleto
PORK and BEANS 16-oz. Can 5c
CITY BALL PARK Clark on Cherry Street where 'receive.compensation under this the three year guar-:

dainty spring blossoms adorned the aot. they may be placed in A. posl-
r4 jj iONE spacious living room The new officers lon'to apply: for It. Any; person anted electric refrigerator' COLD STREAMPINK !:

y L l DAY ONLY .. are Mrs. E. M..Davis, president I- concerned should address the Adju- SALMON, Tall Can 12c

; Mr". H. H, Young, vlce-prenU tan General of the State of Penn-
-
dent; Mrs, John H Kinlaw, secretary il ylvanla ttTTlafirjsburg'Pa.ROSEWOOD t ; SUNNYFTELD

and Mrs., R. 5! Fernandez OATMEAL
MARCH For sale 7c
TUESDAY 2Qth,. treasurer, 1IAPT1ST CHURCH by /4-Lb.Pkg..

Mrs. Davis t presided In her usual You are',oonOally! invited to attend SUNNYFIELD

efficient manner Mrs. T. N. Kendrick services at the Rosewood HaP; '
conducted the devotional tist'Chureby.taaplace; where'the "Smith's Service PANCAKE FLOUR, 1-lb. pkg. 7c

I I service,Mr..W. A. Honham led the Bible Is the only text book. Located

Haag Bible qula, and Mrs. Lo>wry out two miles south of Starke on Road GRANDM TIIER.S. Large Family
Mighty lined the program and distributed 13. Morning..{worship at 11:00: StationStarke Fresh, Plain oor Sliced 14-oz. Loaf Loaf
o'clock. Subject; Tbe Christian's
I the dials for the year. BREAD
7c lOc
The program for the afternoon 'Place in the World-rHow. Is. lie
consisted of short book reviews: Filling It,", Fla.
.
'I BaDa...'. "OBELISK," Plain or SR6Lb.. lZ-Lb.8.I''
Bag
Road
The Christ of the Indian ,
n$ : z and ."The,Round Table," by K. Be* "Look OB Ltezle,"Friday. r- .... '

S H O W Stanley Jones, were given by Mrs. FLOUR 33c 63c

Davis and Mrs. Young respectively. I II

,""Pioneering by John In O.the Payton New Hebrides was- NEVER{ FORGET THIS .TABLET RAJAH SUPREME Qdallty SALAD

sketched by Mrs G. H. Lowry. jt Mean the REAL ARTICLB .

Newly Added Fairyland Spectacle while about "Blind Mrs. 0.Spots.E. Stansbury told I : DRESSING Pint Jar I5c


\:' Miss.Nancy Clark assisted hev GAUZE
"Cinderella in Jungleland"LARGEST
r mother In serving delicious refreshments I GENUINE Of BayerManufacture
at the close of the meeting BAR

,K.i PERFORMING ELEPHANTS Mrs. T. S. Williams will open her _ASPIRIN TOILET TISSUE ,Rolls 17c

AND BEST home for the April meeting, when ter'Wben'ra4

LIONS TIGERS AND OTHER WILD ANIMALS Mrs. Preston, who was synodlca OCTAGON
,
u president of Teaxa for twenty
ONLY TRAINED ZEBRA IN TilE WORLD years, will speak. ?,, _U V io bny aspirin. Rem..berthbfor70UI'.OWD"lDember SUPER

v vp Just ,this: Every protection.Tell your friends SUDS Packages 15c

0. E.S Meeting .tablet,{ of4real aspirin of about it for their protection.

'i2 PERFORMANCES. DAILY The regular meeting'. of th* Bayer manufacture U Demand and LARGE YELLOWBANANAS

Starke chapter, Order of Eastern tamped with this cross. No get Genuine
L 2:00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M. Starwill be held at.the Masonic: tablet without this cross 1* BayerAspirin.4 3 Pounds lOc

Hall Monday night at,'7:30:$ o'clock. GENUINE. &7er:;Aspirin. \

Admission; Reduced 25c To Alli Degrees, will be conferred, ,sal asocial Safe relief for headache' cold-, sore throat?*( -
hour 'All members
:
i enjoyed. '
pains of, rheumatism and neuritis etc, .
'
and visiting members of. the order ;: TilE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

,th T y+ are invited.' I I CenwIneBoyer) Afpirtn Does Net Harm th*'Heorf '" ea..alN.a.a.


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MARCH 16, 134 BRADFORD couNTlr.TELEGRArn. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE! FIVK y _,

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I I! Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Don Whltbeck: has returnedto Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Stockwell and to his loved ones Its sincere heartfelt MRS. JOHNS IMPROVING L y 4I a

'spent several days |n Jacksonvillelast her home In Staunton,Vs., aftera two daughters, Kathryn and Mary sympathy and while we mourn I The condition of Mm. 8ff! : R. y
1 week where Judge Adkins was. several weeks' visit here with Lorraine and .Mr. and Mrs. R-:J. his absence we rejoice In the re- Johns, who was removed from her e + '
I holding court ? her uncle and aunt, Mr. and .Mrs.. Davis and daughters Ida Lula and ward allotted to the souls of the home .her Saturday to Riverside df "p
Bits of; i" i i iI Fred F. Stump; lIIIarjorie111 n t'the""week-end* In Just made, perfect: i ,_" Hospital. In Jacksonville for treatment ,,4 L
I Mr. and Mrs. G; C. Kruae and DeLand andTDaytona Beach' With !'Be it therefore further ras lvfld. sufferingfrom '4 serious '
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach were Mrs.. William,Brooker' and little relatives.: -Mrs. Stockwell and hat these resolutions be spread on throat ailment was reported to baa 5 '

Nevb I visitors to Gainesville and Alachua daughter ,and C., A. Imbach of daughters. remained over for t ,a our records and a copy sent'to the little improved*Thursday noon.
,Sunday afternoon. 1 Green Cove Springs spent TuesdayIn week's visit in DeLand with her bereaved family also that a copy :Mrs. Johns has had two operations -
Starke with Mr. and Mrs mother Mrs. W. D. Haynes.RESOLUTION be sent to the Bradford County I on her throat the last being in(r i Iii

I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND S. K. Newsom of Jacksonvillewas Charles Imbach. e Telegraph for' publication. !performed Wednesday morning and k"1.. ]
(Signed) that she will continueImproving. l
In Starke Friday visiting his It Is hoped M t
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.L M a.Sha and cute 'It: 'Is-with,suclneaa that we learn C. H, NASWORTHY, All of her family have

I IA IL Mrs. R.'A. Newsom.. daughter, MarjorU., of Wildwood of the 'recent death of our beloved L. D. VINING, been constantly at her bedside. 1 i

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns of have returned home after a visit church clerk.: ,:.ami deacon Brother JOE SISTRUNK, S : I
I Barberville spent the week-end with Mrs. DeSha's parents' Mr; and L. F..Thomni./) He was born March Committee ,LQ j I

A. smith of Lawtey w- ; L. A. Miller of Keystone Heights here with Mr. Johns parents, Mr. Mrs. W. H. Struth. 20,.,1891, joined the church and was More than 100.natives of Ken- NAT SEZ: ::3
Frtda.y.. was attending to business In'. and Mrs Jeff Johns. baptised September 1. 1893, by the
of
have become
a visitor here Starke Friday. Mrs.' H. I.. Brownlee and little late Rev. L. W. Kickllter. On November other tucky states, governors I have always been superstitious i i
Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., and Miss 1, 1804., he was elected to a certain extent but :I'm getting ,
of Lake city was daughter, Madge, were In Jacksonville q
Jack Bowaen Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Dorothy Sapp. will spend the week- the first of the week visitingher church clerk and served In this capacity The official name of Westminster more so every day that I live,' If '
visitor here Monday end in Jacksonville with Mr. and up to the time of his death 'It'a ralnln' cats ;
a daughter, Sara, were visitors to son-in-law and daughter, Rev. abbey Is "Collegiate Church of
Mrs E. W.. Compton.. Nov. 3, 1933. During this thirty- and I t'1
"' In Waldo Sunday. and Mrs. M. C.. Stlth St. Peter. and dogs rr
J, ;:Sapp spent Thursday ...... nine years. of ,faithful service as. hang. rain coat ,
city on business.. Mrs. Ed Poppell has returned to church clerk he missed two regular piMftfiIB
German
Plant, Miss Hilda Durden of Madison Mrs. Lucille Fowler of Ocala, state railways are expected out It stops
her home in Hastings after a sev- church conference meetings, which to steel orders ) ralnlrig\ Immediately ii '
in Starke the first the place large
was of week of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
a professionalLitor daughter
Patten was eral days' visit here with Mr. and was caused by sickness In the fam- and last
Gainesville Friday. visiting friends. Thomas, Is a patient at the Gill On the first in October shortly. 4'
to Mrs. Warren Perkins. ily. Sunday week just be- r y 1 ;1
Hospital convalescing from an operation 1022 he was elected deacon.He The ox is the only animal which 1 I ,,a
cause put t't
Alderman of Melrose was'iJlpe.m t a Mr:: and Mrs. 1... E. Mosley of the Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of performed last week. left the church ns a flock without has a bone In the heart Itself. I few straw hats 't t 4

visitor here Thursday.: State Farm were visitors here Sat Gainesville were visitors In Starkea --- a shepherd! for he was a leader out In the window r, ( 5 .,
urday afternoon. short while Wednesday while en Mrs. John .Canova 'and little and a father too, to guide our faltering the weather
s' J L. Peek Is in West PalmIBM ,' route to Jacksonville son John Julian Jr., have returnedto footsteps and a friend In CAM You IMAGINE Ie I ICAM turned so cold N; ,

: for a visit with relatives. .J. C. Robinson and son, Eldf Idge, --- their home In Gainesville after whom we could confide our that I was actu-
of Apopka were visitors here dur Mrs. A. F. Sauls and little a week's visit here with Mr. Cano- thoughts whether in joy or sorrow ally ashamed to i

fIBS Mary Canova was a visitor ing,the week-end. granddaughter, Audrey Bedley, are va's mother Mr*. E.,' E. Canova. and knew that he Monday afternoon.. In Eustis and an understanding mind. The same h
to Gainesville pending the week course I know that my put- F:
Gainesville Tavares with relatives. Mrs. L. A. Reynolds; Is spending traits of character that exemplified ting Spring goods out had nothing
DeWitt C. Jones of
Harry Tyson of Dunnellon wasin visitor to Starke 1 the week-end in Richmond, Va., patience and kindness In his home to do with the weather getting coM s
starke Monday visiting friends. was a prominent: Don't miss "Look Out LUzle." with her husband: who is an em- circle were also manifested in his but just the same I'll wait untl
Friday afternoon I ployee of the Seaborad Air Line church. He was forgiving to the July next time.SHIRT. ;
of Hampton was. attending Railway with headquarters there. erring ones and a great advocate of
H. V. Saxon ,James and Sanford' Ritch of the, Mrs. Florence E. Canova Miss St
| to business here Tuesday Mrs. Reynolds will also visit In peace. "Blessed are the peacemakers SPECIAL '
vlsit6rs here dun Bunnie Canova Miss Mlna Manas- ,
State Farm were
Raleigh, N. C., before returning for they shall be called the '
ing the week-end. sa and Mrs. George B. Flynn spent A Real $1.00 Value
F. Young of Lawtey was home. children of God." We mourn his
George Monday In Jacksonville. '
to business here Friday. loss for he was a Christian gentle 79c t .
mding Miss Thelma Priest spent the, VOW IMAOIN -
and loved those who r
Remember "Look Out Lizzie"Frld.y. man was by l 3
week-end in Jacksonville with Miss Mrs. A. Gross of Jacksonville the future time and money$ovcd FOR GRADUATION fi
attending knew him and will be missed by his
Brooker
W Hazen of was .
G. spent the week-end here with her in Philadelphiafo.who:
Margaret Williams.R. by a mon
DRESSESA
brethren in the EVENING
I to business here Saturday husband, who Is an employee of the community. after spending over.Jpoo.end, keing '

1... Geiger, of Green Cove State Road Department. Mr... and Mrs. G. W.. Alderman Be It resolved: That a copy of confined months with stomach $15.00 Value
Rev. H. L,. Chapin of High Springs was attending.to business retained the first of the week froma this be sent to the Baptist Witness, trouble was positively relieved by $9.95 i
I Springs was a visitor here Thurs- Interests here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Baisden trip to Marianna where they visited Bradford County Telegraph, The \\3 worth of B13MAMXEXPLANATI / '

| and son, Ralph of Lake City, spent their son-in-law and daughter Clay County Crescent and to the SPORT TROUSERS .

day.T. Senator J. M. Mann of Lake But Sunday In Starke with Mr. Bais- Dr. and Mrs. E. R/.Marshburn. \ and family. ,
B. Pinholster of Brooker was. ler was in Starke Tuesday after den's father, W. Wj: Baisden. In Tallahassee where they visited BEULAH BAPTIST. CHURCH. Sanforised! Material ;', Il
I attending to business here Satur- their son-in-law and daughter Mr. $1.98
noon greeting friends. RESOLUTIONWhereas i r
|day. Mrs. L. F." Dinkins and little and Mrs. George Cv White. on Jan. 8, 1934:the Su- ,;.I e .

Mrs. Perry E,'John has been seriously daughter,'Jo.Ann, of Lawtey were preme Architect, .In His infinite \ Ladies' Spring Shoes '
H. B. Wiggins of Hampton hero Tues-was ill at her home :on Call here Wednesday visiting her par. Friends of Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, wisdom has been pleased to take Pump, TaN| Whites n '
(attending to business ents Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu. who has been seriously ill at her
Street for several days. unto Himself the spirit of our deceased and Sport Styles'
|day. ___ home at New River for several brother,CW, d. Brooks, and ( 1
Misses Madge and Hazel Middleton Mrs. C. P. Tlson of Jacksonville days, will be Interested to know Whereas the trestle board of his -- I $1.98FOR r'
Jesse Thomas of Green Cove and Mrs. G.):'W Halle spent Is spending the week In Starke at that she was removed Riverside Masonic life was such as to entitle Blsma-Rex is a new antac.d treat SPORT DRESSES x'
I Springs was a visitor here Wednesday. Saturday In Jacksonville. the home of her brother-in-law and Hospital Jacksonville last Thurs- him to receive the white stone witha ment that Is bringing welcome relief -1

.' sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Johns. nay, where she underwent an operation new name, and to thousands everywhere who Striped Silk Material98c ,

Mrs. O. H. Lowry, Mrs. H. H. and her condition Is reportedas Whereas by the faithful discharge suffer the agonies of Indigestionand
Brooker
Mrs. J. W. Surrency of returned Sun-
Young and son, Theodore, spent Miss Lots Adklns improving. of the great duties owed to other acid stomach ailments.
I was a visitor here Monday after- Thursday In Jacksonville.Mrs. day afternoon from Gainesville, God to his neighbor and to himself, Blsma-Reit acts four way. to give ShoesALL
noon. where she spent the week-end with Hugh Fryer, son of Rev. and our brother deserved the title of butting relief in three minutes. It Men's Sport

Albert Bates 'and Mrs. M. her cousin Miss Margaret Adkins. Mrs. M. M. Fryer of San Jose, Cal! man and Mason be it therefore neutralizes "excess acid; relieves I KINDS e
Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., of Law- Calico of Penney Farms were shopping Is now rector of the Holy Sacra- Resolved that In the passing of the stomach of gas; soothes the : $2.98 up
Itey spent Tuesday afternoon In In Starke Thursday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marshallof ment Episcopal Church in Upper W, G. Brooks Masonry. has sufferedthe Irritated membranes; and aids
I Starke. Jacksonville spent the week-end Darby a suburb of Philadelphia, lose of a valued member and digestion of foods most likely to II IT PAYS TO BUY AT

and Mrs. Sam Anderson and I here with Mrs. Marshall's grand- Pa. Many persons here remember the community a valued citizen, ferment. Bisma-Rex Is sold onlyat ''I
C. F Litchfield of Brooker was Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hart spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spark- the Rev. M. M. Fryer, who was at and Rexall Drug Stores. Get a jar STERNBERG'SStarke.

|a business visitor here Tuesday aft Sunday afternoon,In Jacksonville., man one time rector of st. Mark's Episcopal Be It further resolved, Bradford today at Mitchell's Drug Store,

ernoon. Church here, and his son, Lodge No. 35, F. A A M., extends Starke, P'lorlda.-Adv Florida .
< Butler Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WImberly, Hugh, attended the>B. H. S. I -
Mrs. R. S. Johns of i Laktf! .. ... ...
Inman Harrison of Worthington In starke with her Freddie Wimberly and Mrs. A. H. -

I Springs was a business visitor here .spent parents Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. Green were In Highland Sunday Mr. and Mrs.. John W. Williams
Saturday. I afternoon visiting Mrs. H. C. Wim- left Monday for Fort Pierce and

Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jn, and Mrs. berly. Fort Myers. They will spend the
L. M. Gray, contractor of Gainesville next several weeks at Bradford Hotel
visitors to ,
E. Johns were
was a prominent visitor here the Charley State Farm Tuesday'afternoon. Miss Hazel Joyner of Bartow has Fort Myers. Mrs. Williams, Tip Top Grocery :
Saturday.Miss been the guest for several days of who will be remembered as Mrs.

Miss Dorothy Turner will spendthe Mr. and Airs. W. A. Bessant, Jr., Edytho Montgomery, has been vis-
EUen Wiggins of Keystone week-end in Jacksonville, the at their home on West Madison iting friends here and also Rev. '' .
I Heights was a visitor here Monday Randolph Street. and Mrs. W. F. Jones at Jackson'
and Mrs.
gtibst of Mr.
I STARKE FLORIDA
afternoon. Boree. ville for a few days while Mr. Williams ,
A i Mrs. W. E. Middletoon and her was on business at Tallahs-
Dr and Mrs. C. D. Whltaker and Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville !
guest. see
I I children Wednesday.of Raiford were in Starke the Mr.week-end and Mrs.In L.Fernandina A. Davis i1 spent with ,Thursday were in Green visiting Cove Mrs.Springslast E. M. Specials Friday-Saturday, March 16-17 t,

Mr. Davis mother, Mrs. Mary _
Rooks I AM NOWBooking
Mrs M.\ E. Edwards and Miss Davis. :

I Lois Adklns spent' Thursday. in Dr. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell of Beat '
Creamery
I Jacksonville.Col. Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk Is rapidly Lake Butler were in Starke Tuesday Order SUGAR :1 I :
convalescing from, a several weeks' afternoon visiting their son- :
_
Illness at her home on East Call For O. O. WAILER Improved
Joe Hill Williams of Lake in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mr. 10 Pounds :45c BUTTER
Butler Street. Western Missionary StrawberryPlants. _.:
was .a professional. visitor O. J. Griffls. WM Le1.M l /
| here Monday. -- i ,
The Woman's Missionary Societyof meet Mrs. L. W.' Halbrook and little SPECIAL PRICES g Roll
the Methodist Church will See Me For Country or
"Look Out of Lake City have
Lizzie tare Friday. Leo Merrill
afternoon at 8:30: at the son Whole GrainRICE kd,
Monday ,
and
Mr.
been guests of her parents D. W. Moore Lb Prints
I church. Mrs. W. L. Andrews, at their homeon 1/a-

A Cherry Street for several days. STARKE. FLORIDA I
CENT WORD Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth .

COLUMNFOR lingsworth and Miss Elizabeth were In and Jacksonville James Hol- -See-"Look-Out- Lizzie." 5 Pounds 22c Pound 29c a'

Sunday. Pound 27c ; '
SALE-Cheap for cash. Deleo --
l light> plant, wind.mill and pipe. Mrs.,Felton Varnadoe'of Savan-
_25c
_
Inn__
R. weeks herewith Irish POTATOES. 10 ------
Demurest Starke. Up nah spent the past two BEST WHITE hili 1

GOOD little her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. AnnouncingNEW Sweet POTATOES 10 bn.______ ____15c
farm for rent, lease or P. Smith. BACON Lb.tj'2C

trade for what have you? Also, -- ORA NOES. Dozen 5c
lOW and nine shoats. R.W. Spencer. Tommy Williams, III. of Plant
Brooker. Florida. It visitIng -
In Starke Monday
City was '
SPECIAL, PRICE on all Wolverine, his parents,: Mr. and Mrs. T. S. LOWDELIVERED CELERY CAN'BAKE' better biscuits, bread, ONIONS ',
YOU
Genuine Horse Hide Shoes, Sun Williams. cakes and pies with w
Hats. Overalls Ford Hook Lima 5c r 5c ,
Bean Seed and Velvet Beans.. J. C. Mrs. JEd Scheons and children 4 BALLARD'S
fanning,.! Starke, Florida Itp and Mrs. Helen Keffer of Penney PRICES Each PoundHananut }
visitors here Monday
Farms were
WANTED Baby alligators thlayear's afternoon.L. -- ra
hatch. Advise quantity i; OBELISKFLOUR I

you can supply Immediately. E. A. H. Hill of Lawtey, representative ON mi: rnni-Pitov ii; > Lettuce W s
Martin Seed Co., Jacksonville Fla. of the Federal Land Bank,

____ U was a business visitor here Monday ,72C o e r 4L H.'w' .
,
GARDEN afternoon. FORD V8I IS U... 12 Lb.. 24 Lb..
and FIELD SEEDS at1IIte's NEW Each 15 c *
\\ '
store. Fordnooks and"Anderson's T. D. Rickenbacker Is spending yt;, 35c 65c $1.25
bush limas, also the week In Jacksonville where he

corn tringiess, peas bean and seed.peanuts.A variety Get our of is employed. by the Farm Credit I OK <> :i I Qt. I'ICKLES 15c.;. Pork '& Beans 4 for 17e Palmolive or Camay, bar 5c

price.. As ociaUon.I
3-23t3-16| | OAT MEAL pkR'. ,_ .Be Peaches: No. 2'/j' Can lie O.K Soap or Pow., 5 for lOc .
Williams of Jacksonville ,
STRAWBERRY Miss Margaret
PLANTS, 10.- I
000,000 Missionary' and make 1 is spending the week herewith THC FOLLOWING IS STANDARD EQUIPMENT PINEAPPLE, 2 Cans .15e PEAS. No. 2 Can lOc Navy MEANS. 5 Iba._ ..25eI ,
more at $2.00 per 1.000' *9.23 per I her parents Mr. and Mrs.'T.S. ON ALL DtLUXB MODELS I I

BOM anteed. Prompt shipments of guar I. Williams. L Safely gloss throughout 4. Two fowl lights or ,."kl.. Tomatoes 3 Large Cans 25c, LARD, :3 Ibfl. 23c Northern Ileans. 5 Iba.__25e
1
true to name state lights
certified
I '"""e free, new land plants. Place Mr and Mrs. R A. Newsom were. 2. Two malcbed-loa. horse S. Painted leaders. lo sMUh body 'MILK; ;.3 Tall Cans. He, Good BROOM ,25c DIME HIrANO -A2yte .
ders visiting Mrs.Tewsom's .. Two tall light end
Sunday
With Brownlee Bro Correspondence !In Lawtey' L Tw..djustabls. sea els.r..
parents Mr. and Mrs. top lights
Solicited C. S. Perdue,
7. a..r lighter
Nurseryman, Showell'Md. Z. A. Howe. SelfRi.ing6Lb! 12U 24Lb'

1-19-121-4-6 ,
"
Read about "Look Out Uzcle.

_!:..L Crw ARY? TINO'S STRAY SELECT,CERRY MISSION-PLANTS I Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas SEE YOUR NEAREST FORD DEALER FOR DETAILS FLOUR Snowdrift 27c 47C 87c *,, '

'n on the famous Eastern a recent guest of her brother- IMMEDIATE DELIVERY s

"shore'-5' of MaryU ref and Delaware in-law and sister.,'Pr. and.Mrs. W. _

1Peciat; hoe Price ot dine, $::.(ae 0.Per and 1.00 Insects.( plum E. MlddJetoB., t .' .'..;"....- AUTHORIZED I SOUTHEASTERN I FORD DEALERS

sapp 88s.. Place "_ers with J. B. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Silcox are Grapenut Flakes, 2, Pkgs. 19c I Baker's CocoaLb.. lOc
ors Stark, FJ.1... or write Bunt. announcing the arrival of a daughter

r lawara: Nurseries. Inc. Selbyvl11e_ on Sunday March t, at the ... '3,
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TEUEGRAFB. STARVE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH
4 BRADFORD COUNTY 18, IAS
','. a 'P.f1C 8LL &
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''f, ,,-- SET SATSUMA TREES HOWELL PLANTs
'I'REES
'1' V"J VFlI JACKSONVILLE-Duval County LAKE CITY-To '
maintain
'Af.' Hints To Housewivea growers have bought cooperatively SO.OOO acre property near ..his '

/.. I and set'6.300 Satsuma or- which he la scientifically tUl'penUIII i

: LIVE STATE NEWSNews ange trees this winter, according to farming to the zenith ot > .

:.t r 1j FARMERS SECTION Weekly Speclalhrte iron Hem, Tallahassee Deaaonstravtloo I County Agent-A. S. Lawton.. Lion re-forestatlon Dan Howell program 1, COllU11enCInC'which I prfee.


. of Florida In Short ParagraphsMUST STUDENTS WIN expected will put every acre tattj

, Conducted by Demonstration Agentspi FISH AND SEA POODSStTERIOK I TALLAHASSEE- Students at tract growing pine trees. He hf

IN FLORIDA Florida State College for Women ordered a total of 80,000 pine 8eed.
t t
:
: GIVE LOW-COST HEALS won the campaign for later light lings from the State Farm at
RaI.
Y .. ..... --- -- -- -- -
:# _. ,. cuts in dormitory rooms. The ford and this week saw the com'
-
: meals be Flambeau, student publication announced mencement of his
The cost of family may HAVE, PERMITTALLAHASSEEThe: FLORIDA AND WINE reforestation
: j jf Relief Gardens And reduced by liberal use of the inex- Supreme TAMPA-Prospects for establishment the new schedule is now plans with the planting of 10.OM
t tk RURAL fish and sea foods so plentiful In effect. The first light Hash will these trees in some of thespots.
f i ih Plana pensive Court has held that all automobiles of a new industry in Florida bare
Live-at-Home In this state, and Miss Anna hun- be at 11:13: p.m., the second at .
foJ'Mre that would employ
COMMON SENSEBy operated over public highways one
t r Slices. extension nutritionist and the last at 11:45.: The __.
Are Still Important Mae or for any fee or charge fixedIn dreds of workers and absorb some 11:30: -
' \. 't By SPUDS JOHNSON of the State Home Demonstration advance must first have permission considerable portion of the state's new schedule extends for one hour Farm mortgage loans averaging
Department suggests that Florida the time of the last light flash. $129,000 per county for
'I j" from the State Railroad Com annual surplus crop of citrus fruit the 3.07a
+ ; TALLAHASSEE Planning of Fish and Sea Foods Week. March mission. loom here. Florida may become awineproducing Upper classmen will be allowed an counties in the United States have

t\1t MARKETING VEGETABLES SUGGESTEDFOR future rural relief on a basis making 12 to 17. a good time for housewives state in a big way. additional hour to burn lights In been made by the u. S Farm)

f; i ; BY WEIGHT the unemployed farming population to start serving them more advancedby their rooms on the first five days of Credit Administration since
'YI k f FLORIDA PRODUCE self-sustaining recently announced -I FIRE SYSTEM FAVORED according to plans being I' 1933. May 1,
---- President Roosevelt asunder freely. TALLAHASSEE Plans for a a number of Tampa groups and the week. .
I ,t kind of code of fair competition by While fish and sea foods from state-financed fire control system organizations which have been I
) ffI\\I ; Some way. means an expansion of ----- -- -- --
Florida waters usually can be had
. In the Florida vegetable In the Evergladwere laid before formed or are forming elsewhere
fostered
the -
fii'li' _ needed. Florida "living-at-home" program at very reasonable prices, no lack the cabinet and met favorable responses. in the citrus belt.
II Is badly
industry for several in
/ ;, ,1 thousands of dollars years past of quality is Indicated by this fact. Nathan Mayo Commissioner
1rr./'; dfl growers lose Florida Agricultural Extension Thousands have Ended
Miss Sikes out. "Indeed
pants of and Treasurer
,r. anncally because of bulge packs, Service activities it has been Agriculture, RACE HORSES DOPED
", ., unstandardlzed containers, poorly I when compared with the output 01 er V. Knott will Investigate finances. -
.ri!!< t. pointed out here. MIAMI-one race horse trainer
many other sections, they frequent. .
a' and other factors.P
N trimmed produce Subsistence gardening has been has been permanently barred from
, of the realizing ly are superior in appeal to the palate their Bowel Worriesby
'; r 6 :Many growers to secure found an essential part of the "IlvIngathome" and higher In food values" shesays. KILLED BY ROOF all Florida tracks, while anotherwas
trying
' these facts are
practice and the I. under temporary suspension as
: I t. standardized containers and fiat State Home Demonstration Department -I LEESBURG-George J. Maurer, a result of investigations into alleged -
, packs but are finding it difficult Sportsmen who come to Floridafor 65.: was killed Instantly and Charles
) last 'devoted muchof i "doping" of thoroughbreds !
1 I.hi: : to do so because receivers have it energies to year successful endeavor the fishing often comment on Ross, his assistant was seriously here. The Florida Racing Commis- taking this advice
been educated to expect something the good flavor and related excellence Injured when the roof of a building
,
in the field, according to Mils sion placed a permanent ban on J. "
for of the fish they catch as Is which they were dismantling col
a package
J ti for nothing-to pay '
# Flavia Gleason, head of this division Y Christmas, Maryland owner,
.{, I S supoeed to carry a certain weight In the extension service. well known. Home folks will find lapsed. Maurers neck and back trainer and breeder and stewards ----
' of produce but actually carrying them just as appetizing, Miss Sikes were broken and Ross is in a local o I
p + at Hialeah Park Issued a suspen-
'I cent County home demonstration asserts when cooked and hospital with fractured skull. be using force. An
from twenty fifty per more properly a sion order for George W. Coburn, Can constipation actually over approved liquid
"Iif ,J agents were called on freely for I medical laxative ( which is
t because of a high bulge. served. I come? "YesP say men."Yest" one most widely
trainer and all horses under his
t advice the that used for both adults
the thousands
regarding nd
: horticulturist trope "Diet and health ORLANDO MAN ANNOUNCES say many children)
truck authorities
M. R. Ensign recommend -
; may be best grown and In respect care. who have followed their advice is syrup pepsin. Dr. Caldwell'Syrup
ORLANDO-John Good of Orlando
Experiment fish and foods I
at the Florida Agricultural sea as rich
is
know.
end Pepsin a prescription
to seeds, fertilizers and related and
1 Station who has given In the essential vitamins and minerals has announced he would be a is Its
matters. the ] MEETS LADY LUCKJACKSONVILLE You are not likely to cure your perfectly tttfe. laxative action
Canning surplus
{ this question considerable thought! produced with a high content pro- candidate for the State Railroad It was his constipation with salts,pills,tablets, is based on senna-a natural laxa Itlve.

and study. Is now proposing that In the gardens gave the tein and fat." Miss Sikes further I Commission In Group 2, in the father's seventy-sixth birthday or any of the habit-forming cathar- The bowels will not become

vegetables be marketed by weight.He workers opoprtunity for helpful comments.! Democratic primaries in June. In tics. But you con correct this con- dependent on this form of help aj
and W.A. Palatka
King dry goods
service. with in the of mineral
p making his announcement. Good dition by gentle regulation a ease drugs.
that "Florida folks
vegetable growers.eblppera. perhaps may have
says merchant and Putnam County
Cans were furnished by the relief pledged himself to see to It that I suitable liquid laxative. Hospitals and doctors have always -
transportation companies neglected to make as much use as : ommlsaioner obeyed a sentimental used liquid laxatives. The

rei and receivers should welcome the authorities but equipment mostly hey might of the state's unsurpassed public interest Is represented at all urge that paid him a handsome THE TEST doee can be measured!, and the
$. bad to be obtained elsewhere.! Facilities bearings before the State Railroad LIQUID :
y day when the basis of trading la fish and sea foods simply cash dividend. King visited the action controlled. Pills and tablets

net weight The produce business owned by home demonstra- because they were abundant and Commission, while he Is a member.MANY Clay County Kennel Club dog track This Is the way many men and containing drugs of violent action

ti t' is the only one where this! principle tons clubs proved of the greatest cheap in price. Now that nearly _A near here, and remembering blsfather's women have made their bowels as are hard on the bowels.If .
usefulness In the emergency Miss LIKE ceo clockwork in a very there are children in your
been needs to
has not adopted. Gleason everybody economize any TALLAHASSEE The Emer- anniversary, bought a 7-6 short rms household, don't give them any fad

,r Where net weight Is the basis of says.relief be prejudice against our splendid fish combination on the dally double. First: select a properly prepared form of laxative but use a healthful
of to
4 exchange the emphasis of the buying Output gardens) foods should be dropped and lots gency Relief Administration has That Is, he picked the No. 7 dogto liquid laxative. Second: take the helpful preparation like syrup

q qrr. selling appeal must be put canned reached a total of 683,373 more of them should be consumedin I reported that some 3,600 applications win the second race and the dose you find suited to your system. pepsin. Its very taste will tell you

uponquality rather than quantity quarts valued at 9107.470.SO reports -i the state."Florida i for enlistment in the Civilian No. 6 dog to win the third-before Third: gradually reduce the dose it is wholesome, and agreeable to
Florida to the extension service I Fish and Sea Food Conservation Corps have been received the until bowel are moving of their the stomach. Delightful taste, and
second It the
at race. was
a* present. growers produce only
showed Needy families sharing hi for the enlistment own accord. delightful action; there is no discomfort -
Week Is new period
quality vegetables, but a splendid time for turningover such: combination sold, and
good King
the distribution numbered 6,605. Simple, lin't It? And it works! at the time or after. Ask
1. The st te's
they are not always trimmed and a new leaf In respect to these beginning April collected $748 for his $2 Invest- The right liquid laxative brings your druggist for Dr.. Caldwell'
Farmers' wives who were members -
packed attractively to emphasize money-saving products." quota has not yet been assigned. ment. thorough bowel' action without Syrup Pepsin all ready to take.
of home demonstration clubs
There are approximately 0,000 boysIn
their quality. Sometimes a bulge --
put up 1.047,327 quarts of fruits camp In Florida now and some
pack of quality will outsell a Various Turpentine
flat pack poor of much better vege and vegetables and 84,049 of meats,i 3,000 of these are Floridians. The C

together worth 14653720. Cups StudiedIn others were assigned from other '
E }S tables. This Is unfortunate, and Being
Girls In 4-H Clubs meanwhile bad
states because of winter conditionsin
not be the tere's
should cases.Poorly
canned 164,012 Jars) of farm and Florida Research the north. a Wise Thought:

packed poorly graded, garden products, on the face of reports -
and poorly stowed produce naturally known to be incomplete. -
NEW POST OFFICES
; reaches the central markets in Turpentine cups of clay aluminum -
/ Demonstration agents are ready
poor condition and there Is waste If the call comes in 1934 for added or zinc have little It any ef- WASHINGTON$362,000-Contracts to build for BUY THE BEST YOU CAN

I 4 which the grower pays for. Broken feet In darkening the gum as it Is j approximately
Miss
garden work Gleason states,
I offices in Florida will be ad-
collected the rosin |post
made from
containers and re-copered packagesmean or
in twenty-four of the sixty-seven
the This Is of the t vertised for bids between April 1 AFFORD TODAYTHE
losses to the grower as well counties. gum. one re-j:
and IS. Senator Trammell D.,
suits of the first of work at (
1w- j as to the transportation company. year i I
)
Fla.).who said he had been inform
i
the naval stores station at Lake
tai "When are we going to recognize Giving Every Farm I ed of the bids to be advertised, BEST lasts
the fact that there is an ethical City, Florida, the Bureau of Chemistry -I j longest-especially In tires It makes
; stated allocations had been madeon
and Soils
r and Just basis in the handling of I Continuing Supply reports. today's dollars farther-it
The station compared different new Florida post offices as fol. carry: you postpones future

.produce T"asks Mr. Ensign. "Why : Of Garden Produce types of cups,, their deterioration, lows: Fort Pierce, $72,000: Lees- buying at higher prices
aq .not eliminate much of the waste and the use of various protective burg $02.000; Plant City, $56,700; Picking the best in tires is

and give to every man from grower Quincy, $50.600, and Winter Haven, The
coatings to prevent deterioration of easy. public has tried out all makes and-by over-
to consumer legitimate compensation -
TALLAHASSEE aU-year $63,400. Bids on the Bradenton
and restore the serviceability
new cups -
for services rendered? Since ,garden and calendar orchard for of old cups. The effect of post office, for which $66,600 has whelming plurality Goodyears are the public's
the growers are the chief losers in every Florida farm home again will been allocated will be asked about
metal dissolved
this lottery, they should be the I be from the cups on FIRST choice for quality and value We don't
sought this season by home other properties of rosin remains to May 1, said the Senator.PRISONERS ,_! .
first to demand a new and square demonstration workers of the State
deal." Extension Service. be studied. know any better testimonial than this 19-year old
:Agricultural DECREASETALLAHASSEEThe
No type of coating so far tested
,t, l---, : Discussions and demonstrations whether paint, varnish, lacquer or Prison fact: "more people ride on Goodyear tires than on

q )praises of the unworthy are felt"by4ardent :In the largest possible number of metal, has entirely prevented con Bureau has reported that penal Institutions other kind.?

minds as robberies of the I communities, are to be an essential lamination and darkening of the in this state had a decrease any
:part of the 1934 program accordIng of fifty-nine in the number a
gum sad rosin. This work which if
de9erving.-Coleridge. I to plans prepared by Miss Isabelle will be continued Is part of the of prisoners on January 1. 1934. as
I S. Thursby. extension economist compared to January 1. 1933. The
program to develop better turpentine PrlcM tochaos
1 Is Castor Oil A in food conservation. cups from the standpoint of institutions received 1,134 new prisoners eu"teet<<

I Preparation of foodstuffs (produced last year, while 1,160 were notlc* and to any GOODYEAR
effect upon gum and rosin. Initial SutMlw MX
Bladder Laxative? at home so that health and discharged, twenty-eight died in 4
cost length of life, cost of band-
:efficiency will be improved by their prison and five were executed. Of PATHFINDER
Hug, and rate of evaporation of
; No, but Juniper oil. buchu leaves,
tq vtc.. I.. Uii. it to drive out Impurities I onaumptlon. is to have special at- turpentine from the cup. Oper- those received the bureau said records 7
and aclde that cauee the entlon. of showed 493 born In Florida
exceaa Marketing surplus were Allow $5 .
I tors are Invited to visit the naval
inflation which reault In arettlns'Yip
r wUl receive Intensive while the others natives
quantities were ..
night, bladder weaknea hC stores station at Lake City and ob-
pain. backacl and burnl.... Juniper -i study as a means of Increasing of other states. Thirty-one prison-
... tain first band information on turpentine -
'\ oil, buchu teavea. etc. I I. pl. ,
: cub income. em escaped from the State Prison
i ant to take In the form of Buketn the cups.DEMONSTRATION. High quality.t
bladder laxative. Use a regular see and eleven escaped from road medium price
S
bo,.. If not satisfied your druggist Prices of all farm products except i camps while twenty-three escaped
return You CLUB
will are
: your money.
.t
M, bound to feel b.tt.r.ft.r tbla lu.h. eggs advanced between Jan. IN EVERY COMMUNITY from other institutions during the ,
d ins and you set your regular Bleep.Kukete 15 and Feb. 15. reports the U. S. year. Recaptures totalled 130, \
s-uaranteed by Mitchell' -
Department of Agriculture.Strawberry of whom In former
pal Drug Store. WEWAHITCHKA-A home dem- many escaped GOODYEAR

tratlon club bas been organized years.

N IIIw" In every community of Gulf Countyby ALL.WEA THEft

Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration AVER WOPII' -

l agent, during recent 40
I weeks. The women of the countyare NERVES A. low $6

,1i showing much Interest in home as

r emonstratlon work. "
f1
1 Pickers'TICKETS -O' -- World*,"standard Do You Own a Truck

CAN GRAPEFRUIT of tire quality than Here's a better tire
the best of many
GAINESVILLE Newberry w makes-yet look at the
Home Demonstration Club recently prices I

canned a small truck load of grapefruit I IIIBAVT DUTY

nk In Its demonstration kitchen GOODYEARPATHFINDER

reports Mrs. Orace F. Warren

home demonstration agent for Ala-

chua County. TRUCK TIRES

tY 30x 5 SI8.10

V.8. FARM INCOME: RISES C 3)1160.. .931.90
The farm Income of the United ..-..; __,II.9

a $2.00 Per Thousand25c States for 1933 was 13.338.000.000. other<<_Ns.aaroNwt low

an Increase of nearly a bUlion anda

quarter dollars or twentyfourper

cent reports the United States

Each Additional Changer department of AgrIculture. Increases UP TO' soar.. In warII- SEETHE

attained by the principal r0T earn ak high %em on

products Included: Grains, eighty Me wonder you soap at th*..,.

'ilx, per cent; tobacco, sixty-two; sad bark aft the ebJUrea.Watek .
I Matt Owweatedlead NEW BUICK
TheBradford cotton fifty-six:vegetables thirty- .

r two; fruits and nuts, eighteen; T sae.- Tray B..o.ey8.1.aptss...

sbeep and wool forty per cent. Income e ).digestion ..sa" S

from dairy products poultryand thaw unpleasant ..a.J'"I NOW ON DISPLAY
eggs, and cattle and calves experienced WIT doetH try Dr. MilesTablets /

I very little Increase. ETervweeB* Harris. *
County Jed o.. b ft half clue .. BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEW CAR

When alligators are fishing, the =- makes): 4 sparkv
flapping of their tails on the water drink.vx.4 ne

may be beard for half a mile away. .. .

Electrons, travelling Inside a ra- rode Dr.fa afflea two .Nerrm..-.lltfM Is mm ft** Register Motor Co.ROAD

TelegraphPHONE dio tube from filament to plate goat Bfferreaeaat Tablet BetA law .

the rate of 600 miles a second.I the __ aesttihn effect.tUN .

--.-- atre r lr... .*.. SERVICE-Call 103
The pre.columblan Mexicans and

Peruvians appear to have bad no,
29 STARKE FLA. money of any kindS STARKE. FLORIDA


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W.W. MARCH 16. 108 BRADFORD COUNT :\\,13
TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA ;
__ PAGE SEVEN :
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...::- ;-- """, "' 7.I' .>:: THE 'WORLD PRESIDENT HONORED- I'I': tt tjllf; '
WOODMEN OF
-- [g| -FLORI' I IH1 !HLIGNTS .6rnwN # I II 1

:-:< ,. -/1i""" [ o ,: : r.. ..,......,, @MIt THROUGHOUT U. S. FOR 35 YEARS OF SERVICE'I,:[ 6l1t;,

: ., t 1 !{ l t
:;? //l\:\.'; ", -

a Crndshaw's Long, Faithful was Sovereign Sentry: In 1899 In '1: t4

-thy word is a lamp Mia my feet, and alight unto ay mb.-Psalm 119:105.: Cele- Little Rock. He later went to f; j
Devotion to Duty W. O. W. headquarters In Omaha a* I"" + L..

r.r" 61'1fnr: hrt rtf3flrt1tlt All religious teaching, doctrine or brated During March General Attorney and his work wo ; f
.t : ; creed if they are to have any claim so outstanding; that It brought him f; '- ,6 '
non the love,loyalty and Chriostwhom the people must be In r!; rAurffP national prominence! as the leading "-1. j4. '
fit I ttMhhigs of Jesus the words fit Into every fold and crevice e. i Woodmen of the World member fraternal lire Insurance! counsellor I:.' ''I
'
the human hear.tJ Tl1IS: oft ." It was said in John Ts46,"NEVER MAN .. i throughout the entire country are In the country. 4

SPAKE LIKE celebrating the month of March In ,,' '
"The record tf Mr. Bradshaw I II
pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM this doerpneat IHLIflHOIIIIs a gigantic campaign In honor of
so outstanding and noteworthy 1
for new of church activities, organization and announce De D. Bradshaw, president, who i
of fraternaltsm ta P
> Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement that the spirit>> ? p
:nwu:: that such Items reach Wa office before Wednesday; morning 1 W. O. W. has never before been rr' !
bdpg cannot be bandied for current Issue greater. said CoL T. E. Patterson 6
they ____
feerwlse "Mr. Bradshaw
-. vice president.
W'iJW
has endeared himself to everymember
STARKE CHURCH DIRECTOR bless. How often is that now done d i-f because be not only baa '4+ r 1

by some of those who follow a been progressive In expansion, but 2I
First Baptist Church Christ! iJLiAiJliUA his wisdom In safe Investments and t J

Rev. J. Johnson, pastor. The whole activity of Christ on protection for pollcyholdera I r. a h '

Sunday School-10:00: A. M. earth shows Him to have b<,,en sent .. shining example for the entire t
Morning Worship-11:00: A. M. to the lost sheep of Israel. Within! PA2k'C.e country." r

B. Y, P. U.- ::30 P. M. the boundaries of Israel He was A giant bulletin board has been 4
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. born. With the exception of whatIs 2Af DAce erected In Mr. Bradshaw' office l',

A cordial Invitation. extended toall told In today's lesson He never, upon which are posted dully results lax
I there services. In his maturity, left the land of the of a campaign to exceed all past t 1; S

Jows. Nearly all His miracles were ''I '1 %'' r.-$! 1 A fIO2/WAN W/LL NOT records for a month. It Is expected d } ,'' I (r
Church Of Christ done to benefit Jews. In His early 5. RECE/VE A LOADED that the total will\ exceed eight 7at' '

(First Christian) ministry Jesus worked only In JewIsh million dollars a 4-: ..04
K. Earl Voiles, Pastor. limits. Jesus told the Phoenician t i
The Woodmen of the World Life -
Sunday, March 18: woman that He should not ) .- [
Insurance association Is showing S
Bible School and Communion, give the children's bread to dogs a ---
AEMA.kA81E H''AJ OF I evidence that the "corner of pros ,
|lO,00 am.Revival. Gentiles). She agreed, but said, Ie E. :ItraJshaw perity" has been reached Its assets *tr, ; ,,
begins Monday night, "Yet the dogs eat the crumbs rzORIOA8ROAO having been Increased during last ;k'' :

[March 19. which fall from their master's ta- LfAFMtlS7:4RO baa served W. O. W In an official year by more than 14,200,000 and +, -

ble." She claimed no merit of her capacity for thirty-five Jea ra.Thousanls Its certificates by more than 55,- ', ?
Methodist Church own, but relied wholly on the grace A 000. It now has assets of more ;
of W, 0, W In '
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. of Christ. ,1 .J' '' camps than 1115,000,000 and Is considered j -
S/NGLE LEAVES
Sunday< School, 10 a.m. "Then Jesus answered and said c ; every state will hold special celebrations the strongest fraternal life Insurance Pi i'

Morning worship at 11:00: a.m unto her, 0 woman, great Is thy; SINCNES l lY and programs during associations In the world. ) {.'1

Young People's Meeting-6:3i faith: be it unto thee even as thou Y LONG / March to pay tribute to the long The Woodmen of the World operates '

P.M. wilt, and her daughter was made< 20StHADVeLA.R + t and faithful service of Mr.. Br
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. whole from that very hour." She 1l shaw and has a tuberculosis hospital I
was blest because of her unwaver- t and chapel In San Antonio Texas 1
Ing faith. Such faith would bring| Mr. Bradnhaw, whose life has
Church
Presbyterian
Is to its
W O. W.
now moving
blessings today. been typical of the log cabin boy
H. Minister "
,
Rev. George Lowry F/.02/0AS new quarters In the Insurance i
Services next Sunday as follows: .. who has risen to dizzy heights, was Building In the heart of Omaha f

10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. .IUV&N/ ,W/S/ 41. R honored at bis birthplace In hard The Insurance! Building, which la.

|S. Williams acting superintendent. PZOD/GY/ county, Arkansas, where local and owned by W O. W.. has been transformed .'
11.00: A. M.-Morning Worship: BOB JONES AROWN W. T. TAY 'QPCALAVIA. national W. 0. W. officials gathered Into one of the most modern -' '1
sermon by the pastor.' building In the city. It ha* a 4 1
8:30 P. M.-Christian Endeavor, ROSEMARY CLARK, of Jacksonville, various musical instruments, she sings, for a special celebration. His hug vault formerly occupied by a

7:30: P. M.-Evening Worship; OMMENTS aged 12, plays six instruments professionally dances and does dramatic readings with mother, 9T years old still !lives bank and trust company. More
and sermon.A remarkable near his birthplace. than $105,000,000 of securities were
ability.
song cordial Invitation to all our ) with equal ease and has already The PARKER ARM RACK was in- Mr. Bradshaw has always been a recently moved under the care of er

services extended to all. HERE *'". achieved a prominent place in musical vented by Sheldon C. Parker Florida Na stroni church worker having forty armed men and armored cars to!
down the main street of Omaha
I .s HEREAFTER.It lirclea. She started playing concertos tional Guard, Jacksonville, and is now being served Sunda.as president School association of the Arkansas He- the new burglar-proof vault .

SUNDAY SCHOOL with the George Washington orchestra used at Ft. Benning, Ga., for possible was also president of the Arkansas More than ninety-five cent of '
per
the editor's when but nine years of age and for four adaptation by the U. S. Army. So clever Humane Society and has participated : W. O. W.:* asset are la the hlghMtl,,
was privilege recently -
LESSONFOR to speak on the same platform rears has been engaged in radio work in ly have all details been worked out that In scores of charitable and grade government,. state city andl
has also the R. loaded will fit into place within civic endeavors .tats
with Dr. H. C. Morrison, Dr. Florida. She played on no gun county bonds of nearly every |

MARCH 18, 1934 Paul Rader, and a number of other 1'0_. _. circuit In addition to her skill on the rack. His first national W. O. W. office In which W. O. W. doe business .J r

outstanding ministers of the Gos-
Subject: Jesus Responds to pel. It Is my opinion that H. C. K. EARL VOILES Venezuela has lifted its ban on
Faith. Morrison has more elements of a radio apparatus and now allows the FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Golden Text: "Ask, and it shallbe great preacher than any man 1 I V oJ importation to of set and parts. subject our Many Year Experience Make It 1'osslMe. for U* to Render

given you; Seek, and ye shall know. He is dramatic eloquent,, keJf government'---permits.The EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE! t'i I
find; knock, and It shall be openedunto and courageous. He think clearly.He Lu herring Is the world's most MODERATE PRICES

you." Matt. 7:7.: has imagination. He has strong important food fish; It Is outranked DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

Lesson Text: Matt. 152131.: convictions. He preaches a great Starke, Florida, ed the codfish only In North BTAKKE. FLORIDA
Time and Place of Lesson: About Gospel. Dr. Morrison Is seventy- March 9, 1934. N America.
May of 29 A. D.: Phoenicia and seven years old, but he is "going ''I'' -

Decapolls-around north''' end of strong." Paul Rader has had a Dear Editor: '. .. :" ",, 4" ,. y t
Is from a +G1 'iY "
'lt
Lake Galilee.A great Christian experience. He is recent The enclosed Issue of clipping the Times-Union. ?' f .f :; : : >"' .; Jr' : "' ::
number of months elapsed be- the son of a Methodist minister.He the of the men !Jtt it' : ,.; :
Due to prominence '

tween the In our teaching lesson from of last a boat Sundayand recorded young has he was culture.sent to When college he by was his quoted think, this, as well article as would what they be of said In-, : ,,:t< Uf'. ::0FT''TIl;E MASS GROUP, ', ;d S St

for min I
father to the
study
the retirement to Phoenicia In godly :;* '
A professor stole his terest to your readers. f:1 > ," *,.4'\' 1 '/ : ; +
istry. college
our lesson today. It ,was during Thanks. Respectfully, ada1'W : ,ftr'ii r : .> ,
,
this interval that the twelve were faith. He tried to preach without 'd ::
A. SCOTT. '
sent out, concerning which we faith. It wouldn't work. He gave Jesse H. Jones MRS., chairman F. of the rNT.0 :;rH E' CLASS GRUPThe
and
studied three weeks ago. Upon up. He became a prize fighter RFC and his friend, Harvey S. ; ,. : : ,
their return to Jesus the company promoter. The prayers of his par- are ... ,"" :':,' ;1;:!::tti' ,' ,-B4.-i,,, :', }:!,:;1' ,' ',- ;a '.
Firestone, the tire magnate << >4 )}: <, : ;:/( .ry: > +''>' ''> ( <
withdrew to the northeastern side ents followed him. Conviction that CWA Is 't'1J '" f'9 >', /'; {< ''f<'1"f"A ,. ,' ,
permanent '

titude of the Sea quickly of Galilee appeared, where on a mul-the York seized City.him on He Wall went Street to his in room New agreed ployment.necessary to a take care- of unem- ,, ',<;: :llf/ffMt/flll! ;/ l/fijjp,(! n lr/ IIi!;: i: J ?

In maginlficent hotel. For three ,, .
scene and was miraculously fed a "> ': ,, ,? >.. "" y. .. "
late and he wrestled with Jones, 'who Is here on vacation, .", '//}'''><.',$'/''( '9, '" y:!:,' .. ''/".
In the afternoon. That event days nights EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN { > $ >;'k"'j ,? ti/: ( .., : .
occurred about tht time of the God. He came out of that room was discussing the matter Inform- :.">", ". ': ,j; {>:?;' n, i>'." ,/.h' ,{
BEGINS IIEHE MONDAYA ry: ;< '
.
with Firestone."It ;(" /
;t. &. '
filled with the Spirit. For twentytwo ally N'
Passover in after ". '.
ApriL Very soon said ;;;,, !% :
seems to me, Jones ,, : ( .
this Jesus crossed to the west side years he has preached the gos- now as an indi- revival meeting will begin > ..f.iPr/ ,;:j, t1. t.t.t., :*' ","": "" ;1; ,:,}':"/0., '' ./,..''
"and I'm
speaking ""
of the lake and delivered two ad- pel around the world. He is supporting vidual that we must have some Monday night, March 19, at 7:30: f;*"t A'tit.' p< .;:'U,.,: :t"0<.,.f'it.: !;jt:,'f <1:(r.:w; /: ;,:;
dresses in Capernaum-upon the : more than one hundred but form of o'clock I" the local Church of F J.i7'14" :\ ;:; ,t :.''t,;{ ;'11:..>t )/ :. '): "F"iij" \ ; '
modified permanent .
bread of life and the traditions of missionaries. No man ever brought Christ on West Call Street. K. Earl >\,,..>';(<<<<'} w, :/ !k,<,,I'\,\!'" ,,,,#, J ,.,;j.f:" : ":t"1'-: '
,
>" '
<
( *
take of unemployment. : > iv'" -> <<
to care -
CWA < >
the elders-which greatly offendedthe a greater blessing to the Bob Jones ." Voiles, who recently came to the :f, ; !,;}J ;. >>><.N, >i ,,".< ,,,. .'. .. ,> ,
students than Paul Rader. :(" W'/d"; "" +'W >;/ '
Pharisees. College \ "
It may have been pastorate of the church from the ,
In the
-
thoroughly'agree principle
"I
because of this rapidly growing opPosition He Is a great preacher of a great ," replied Firestone. "The evagellstlc field, will conduct the I
that Jesus withdrew to Sospel. well as lead
a series of meetings as kF
present CWA, of course, was hur-
e *
,
region outside of Jewish terrltoi. the and have charge of the
y. singing
emer- _ _
ried through as a necessary
Then Jesus There will always be a place fora
went Into the coasts of believe that special music. Dramatized hymns
and I
Tyre and Sldon. great preacher. He does not depend more gency careful measure planning would evolvea {pageants, steroptlcan pictures and _
This was Christ's only excurs!>n upon human power or human of Illustrated song services will also
modified form as suggest,
Into heathen territory. except that authority. Sam Jones raid that he you feature the campaign. The first
benefit to the unemployed.
He was taken to Egypt when He learned from Simon Peter Richardson great Jones then continued: night the hymn "Rock of Ages" rTs.3

waa an infant. ,- that the pulpit Is not a prison "Of course, there would have to will be patomlmed by Miss Ernes- !).+r f.lw-Ur blot w.MIAi S7at1
"And, behold, a woman of Ca- but a throne. The man who knows to which we tine Andrews.A .
naan came out of the same coasts, the Gospel, who lives the Gospel, be would certain rigidly provisions adhere. For Instance, Bible drill fo*"children and itt l

and cried unto Him, saying, Have and who preaches the Gospel com- employment provided through gov- young people, ages seven to seventeen
mercy on me, 0 Lord, thou Son of mands the attention of his age. ernment financing would call for a will be held each afternoon. whole ideal of American It rides,with its new"Knee-Acton"wheelst :

David my daughter Is grevloualy The Apostle Paul has Influenced the wage scale less than those In farmIng Immediately after school. ] life It built around the philosophy with amazing comfort on**y road.
vexed with a deva- Some of the world more than any man for two night will be observed
eliminate the Special that be
tomrrrvw must
and Industry, to And it is of the two most
ancient Canaanlte had been driven thousand years. All he did was to throughout the meeting.. The sec- finally, out
i of unemployed man Ittftr than
possibility an todtyt
northward Into Phoenicia, and this give God's message to a distracted the course of least'resist- ond Tuesday night. March 27, will beautiful cars in America today-absolutely -
woman was of that stock. world He erected no church build- seeking uce... be "Mothers' Night' and a' very Day after day we hew people say="I'm I regardless of cost.

Mark calls her a Greek, Phoenicia ogs. He organized no govern- To which Firestone replied: I cpecial: program In honor of mother ta' glad! I decided to purchue a Pontiac Certainly, it's a pleasure to own the new
being part of Syria. "But He ments. He led no army. He "A well-taken point, as you say, will be presented The second Fri Eighd It is met a satisfaction to feel thatwe Pontiac. For it is unmistakable that the '
answered her not a word. Christ' preached: "Preaching is the thing day, March 30, will be "Young People's have than
Silence' the dole. If you wish to call It that, something more mere transportation. man who drives a Pontiac has gone out of
was His first test of the with which to catch the consciencef Night" with special service "
.
of
form employ-
should take the into the eUt
the m u
+ group.
woman's needs group jj
world
faith world. All the
a test which often the ment that 'unemployed and a social time following.
so
applies to our ******* The silence of today Is preaching. One dosen would actually earn their money, Other Churches of Christ are expected This extra measure of ,satisfaction of And yet-it costs) practically nothing to

God trial.Is often our f lth'* bitterest preachers like Knox, Luther Wesy rather than walk up to a government to be present during the course, is strictly a plmt value when you take this step. When bought on time pay- '

11 Then our printed lesson con- Whitfleld, and Edwards could office and accept a hand- meeting and bring special numbers buy a new Pontiac Straight Eight. meat, the difference between the ctttptit t

flues, "And His disciple came save civilization. Since we have out.." of music. The churches of Starke cars and the PontUe is frequently not more ....
of what the
the basis
Md besought Him saying send her one of these great preachers U are also Invited to attend and contribute For purely on car than a few dollars a month. ;
away: for she crleth after us. But the one we have would preach a Starke, Florida. any special they may wish itnlj pl'OYlde.-le is the most logicl car t
"' answered and said. I am not great Gospel we could get the March 8, 1934. to bring. ia AmtrU lot **yunt to buy. Come in for a demonstration of the new .

:bent but unto the loat sheep of the Deeded results: Editor Telegraph: Meetings will continue at least First of all Pontiac is a lig car-with ft Pontiac. Let us show you bow easy it is .
"" OI ttrael. Then came she and' -- -A.a-a subscriber to your paper I two weeks, services every night at wheelbase of 117 Inches and to step up to "Straight Eight ownership! .. ;
big
worshipped& Hhn saying Lord, help SIRS. JENNIE KNIOIIT wish to express my appreciation of 7:30.: Extra special services are roomy
,,7.1IIe. But He answered and said It Mrs. Jennie Knight died Satur- your clean paper. I mean, morally planned for Easter Sunday. You bodies by Fisher. LIST PEICB AT PONTIAC. MICHIGAN .. ..

and not meet to take chorea's bread day morning at her home in Law- clean. So far I have not seen on are welcome! It is powered .by the great Pontiac "S eed- S 5 ... ....,.,.-...,-'IIIH .
to cast It to dogs. And she tey. She Is survived by her husband Its pages any advertisement of way Eight" engine-one of th. finest i2 -, w. ad --y'.. =
laid truth, Lord: yet the dogs eat Joseph E. Knight; four sons, strong liquor nor cigarettes (those state ship canal through Florida motors In use today. UP aai+r.rruntazso .
the crumbs which laU from their Ira and Avery Knight of Jacksonville mind and nerve benumbing things), may not be built, and It seems to .
mestet'a table" Wilbur and Densy Knight of I have sometimes wondered if some me that may be a,wise decision,

als diSCiples said, Send her Lawtey; four daughters, Mrs. May newspapers were very inconsistent for who would benefit by the ca-: "
awaythey bad don similar things OQumn of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ma- when they' on one page printed :aIT A mere handful of shlpown- y
before'!. ble Tyre of Ralford and Misses a few lines urging young people to ers. some of whom likely are not PONTIAC

One time mothers brought their Melbar and Myrtle Knight, Law,,avoid all things hurtful to mind American, and another small
little ones to Jesus that He might tey; three brothers Paul and Earl''!and body while the whole of the group at Jacksonville and the

bleaa them, but > HI* disciples/ .Barnett of Sheridan, Florida, and next page I Is filled with seductive other terminal. Florida I Is a narrow -
IntefJloeed and seat them away.; I Leon Barnett of Jacksonville, and picture of cigarette; also I wonder state and Its main Inlet and THE ECONOMY STRAIGHT EIGHT

Another the time In the house 01 Simon two sisters Mrs. Addle Dukes of why merchant (some of whom nitlet on the north are by rail- ..
1 Iy "VI- woman came m eat. Jacksonville, and Mrs-Laura SeweD are church member) fill their windows roads and highway; and what a

eo IIId humbly and brake a box of Indiana. with gaily colored pictures vast expense and, Inconvenience
the Uy ointment at His feet; and Funeral services were held Sunday which urge youth to ue cigarette would be caused by cutting across CO.a
disciples were lDdtanaat,. be- afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at The Bradford County Telegraph them and generation to come REGISTER MOTOR
the U\I8a of "aucJa wants" Thus did Mlddleburg ,with the Rev. O. A. can safely be taken la to'anr; home. would be burdened by the cost,
J d'-WI' Ia--: k rs.esthoss Piwratt offldatlBftv. laUrntralwa* Son- timer ago"1 theTetetp1r ""HOI amrttUUI i.*uM -'- ..
STARK;
FLORIDA ., r
, eau. &nd, whom He,would ta tile Kiddtobur cemetery. stated that. UM proposed cros- A CONSERVATIVE, CITIZEN. ;,
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+ PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH l 18, ....ot..

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q SET SATSUMA TREES hOWICLL PLANTS -

JACKSONVILLE-Duval Coun- LAKE CITY-To TREts

Hints To Housewives ty growers have bought cooperatively 30,000 acre property maintain near bIa
and set'6,300 Satsuma or- which he Is

LIVE STATE NEWSNews ange trees this winter, according to farming, to scientificall the zenith turpenw:;

FARMERS SECTION Weekly from Hem Demonstration County Agent A. S. Lawton.STUDENTS tion. Dan Howell Is ot pettee.,
Tallahassee COll1l11enClng;
Specialist, re-forestation t
program
of Florida In Short ParagraphsMUST WIN expected will put every Which It.b
Conducted by Demonstration AgentsRURAL acre in !
FISH AND SEA. FOODS TALLAHASSEE:- students at tract growing pine trees H. he

SUPERIOR IN FLORIDA Florida State College for Womenwon ordered a total of 80.000 Pine; bill

f GIVE LOW-COST MEALS -" the campaign for later light lings from the State Farm e fS"<
,otp 11.- 11 I at .
) ) -,, .ti .Ii. 1 .- Al II cuts in dormitory rooms. The ford and this week saw the aT

The cost of family meals may be HAVE PERMITTALLAHASSEEThe FLORIDA AND WINE Flambeau, student publication, an- mencement of his refore tatJOII
Relief Gardens And reduced by liberal use of the Inexpensive .;- Supreme TAMPA-Prospects for estab- nounced the new schedule Is now plans with the planting of looon,, !!
fish and sea foods so plen- In Flor- in effect. The first light flash 'will these trees in some of *
' Live-at-Home Plans Court has held that all automobiles lishment of a new industry the bare
COMMON SENSE Uful In this state, and Miss Anna operated over public highways for ida, one that would employ hun- be at 11:10: p.m., the second at spots.

Are Still Important Mae Sikea, extension nutritionist hire or for any fee or charge fixedIn dreds of workers and absorb some 11:30: and the last at 11:45.: The ----- n ...._
t I By SPUDS JOHNSON of the State Home Demonstration new schedule extends for one hour Farm -
advance must first have permission considerable portion of the 8tate'sannual mortgage loans averaim;,,
TALLAHASSEE- of Department, suggests that Florida from the State Railroad Com- surplus crop of citrus fruit, the time of the last light flash. $12 ,OOO per county for the 3,072
Planning Fish and Sea Foods Week, March Upper classmen will be allowed an counties in the
MARKETING VEGETABLES mission. loom here. Florida may become a United States
t5 Future rural relief on a basis mak- have
i 12 to 17 time for house-
a good
additional hour to burn lights In been! made
BY WEIGHT SUGGESTED ing the unemployed farming popuI I wine-producing state in a big way, by the U. S. F
. FOR FLORIDPRODUCE latlon self-sustaining, recently an- freely.wives to start serving them more FIRE SYSTEM FAVORED according to plans being advancedby their rooms on the first five days of Credit Administration since May tap,

nounced by President Roosevelt as TALLAHASSEE-Plans for a a number of Tampa groups and : the week. ? I 1933.

Some kind of code of fair competition under way, means an expansion of While fish and sea foods from state-financed fire control system organizations which have been I, -

' in the Florida vegetable the "living-at-home" program fos- Florida waters usually can be had in the Everglades were laid before formed or are forming elsewherein

"VI induetry is badly needed. Florida tered for several years past in at very reasonable prices, no lack the cabinet, and met favorable re the citrus belt.

growers lose thousands of dollars Florida Agricultural Extension of quality is indicated by this fact, sponses. Nathan Mayo, Commis- -

i,,, anncally because of bulge packs, Service activities, It has been Miss Slkes points out. "Indeed, sioner of Agriculture, and Treasurer Thousands have Ended
DOPED
? unstandardlzed containers when compared with the of RACE HOUSES
poorly pointed out here.Subsistence output W. V. Knott Investigate fi-
trimmed produce and other factors. many other sections they frequently nances. MIAMI-one race horse trainer -
Many of the growers realizing gardening has been are superior in appeal to the pal has been permanently barred from
found an essential part of the "livingathome" all Florida tracks, while anotherwas their Bowel Worries
' these facts, are trying to secure ate and higher in food values, she KILLED BY ROOF
practice, and the under temporary suspension as
standardized containers and flat says. LEESBURCJ-George J. Maurer,
State Home Demonstration De- into alleged -
result of Investigations
packs, but are finding it difficult Sportsmen who come to Floridafor 35, was killed Instantly and Charles a
to do so because receivers have partment it last: to year 'devoted muchof the fishing often comment on Rosa, his assistant was seriously "doping" of thoroughbredshere. by taking this advicerAy/
energies successful endeavor The Florida Racing Commis- ,
been educated to expect something the good flavor and related excel- Injured when the roof of a bulletin: ]
fit In the field, according to Miss sion placed a permanent ban on J.
ti r for nothing-to pay for a packageD lence of the fish they catch, as Is which they were dismantling col-
Flavia Gleason, head of this division
Y. Christmas, Maryland owner,
suposed to carry a certain weight well known. Home
folks will find lapsed. Maurer'a neck and back
in the extension
w. wy of produce, but actually carrying service. them just as appetizing, Miss Sikes j were broken and Ross is in a local trainer and breeder, and stewardsat ----

from twenty fifty per cent more County home demonstration asserts when DroDerlv cooked. and,., hoepital, with a fractured skull. Hialeah Park issued a suspen-
Can constipation actually be force.
overcome using An
because of a high'bulge.. agents were called on freely for served.: .. sion order for George W. Coburn, approved liquid
? "YeI" medical laxative
? say men. ((one which is
most
advice the that trainer, and all horses under his widely
; regarding crops "Diet and health authorities recommend I ORLANDO MAN ANNOUNCES "Yes!" say the many/ thousandswho used for both adults and children)
fl- be beat and in care.
may grown respectto have followed their advice is
fish and sea foods as rich ORLANDO-John Good of Or- syrup pepsin. Dr. CaldweU'i
r periment Statibn, who has given seeds, fertilizers and related In the essential vitamins and min lando has announced he would be a and know. Syrup Pepins a prescription and
matters. MEETS LADY LUCK You not likely to Is
Canning the surplus pro are cure your Its laxative action
this considerable
f question thought erals candidate for the State Railroad
with high content of
a
duced In the gardens gave the pro- I JACKSONVILLE-It was his constipation salts,pills,tablets, is based on senna-a natural laxa t
,and study, is now proposing that workers opoprtunlty for tein and fat," Miss Slkes further Commission in Group 2, In the :father's seventy-sixth birthday, or any of the habit-forming cathar- tive. The bowels will not become
k ,. vegetables be marketed by weight. helpful comments. Democratic primaries in June. In tics. But correct this
service. and W.A. King, Palatka dry goods you con condition dependent on this form of help,at
He says that vegetable growers, "Florida folks perhaps may have making his announcement, COCK by gentle regulation/{ with a in the case of mineral drugs.
merchant and Putnam
i shippers transportation companies Cans were furnished by the relief neglected to make as much use as pledged himself to see to It that County suitable liquid laxative. Hospitals and doctors have always
rly and receivers should welcome the authorities but equipment mostly they might of the state's unsurpassed public Interest is represented at all ommls loner, obeyed a sentimentalurge used liquid laxatives The
c'' 4'' day when the basis of trading is had to be obtained elsewhere. Fa- fish and sea foods simply hearings before the State Railroad that paid him a handsome THE LIQUID TEST dose can be measured, and the
std llltles: owned home cash dividend. King visited the action controlled. PiUs and tablets
net weight. The produce business by demonstra- I because they were abundant and Commission, while he Is a member This Is the way many men and containing drugs of violent
Clay County Kennel Club dog track action
f Is the where this tions clubs proved of the greatest _..
only one principlebaa cheap in price. Now that nearly near here, and hisfather's women have made their bowels as are bard on the bowels.
x not been adopted. usefulness In the emergency, Miss everybody needs to economize, any MANY LIKE CCO remembering regular as clockwork in a very If there are children In your
anniversary, bought a 7-6
y Where net weight.la the basis ol Gleason says. prejudice against our splendid fish TALLAHASSEE The Emer- short time. household, don't give them any fad
Output of relief gardens to be combination: on the daily double. First: select a properly prepared form of laxative but
r; Relief Administration use a health.
has
the of the foods
exchange, emphasis buy.ii should be dropped, and lots gency
canned reached a total of 083,373 i That is, he picked the No. 7 dogto liquid laxative. Second: take the fill helpful preparation like
Ing or_selling appeal must be put more of them should be consumedin reported that some 3,600 applica- syrup
?/ quarts, valued at $107,470.00, reports : win the second race and the dose you find suited to your system. pepsin.{ Its very taste will tell you
upon quality rather than quantity to the extension the state."Florida tions for enlistment In the Civilian No.8 dog to win the thirdbeforethe Third: gradually reduce the dose it is wholesome, and agreeable to
ii rl' as at present. Florida growers pro showed. service Fish and Sea Food Conservation Corps have been received second race. It was the only until bowels are moving of their the stomach. Delightful taste, and
duce good quality vegetables, but Needy families sharing in Week is a splendid time for turningover for the new enlistment pe- such combination sold and own accord. delightful action; there is no discomfort
they are not always trimmed and the distribution numbered 8,606.Farmera' a new leaf in respect to these riod beginning April 1. The state'squota ,collected $748 for his, $2 investment King- Simple Isn't it? And it works at the timebor after. Ark
wives The laxative
packed attractively to emphasize who were members money-saving products." hi. not yet been assigned. right liquid brings your druggist Cud well's
their quality. Sometimes a bulge of home demonstration clubs -- 'There are approximately 5,000 boysIn I thorough bowel' action without Syrup Pepsin, all ready to take

;' pack of poor quality will outsell a put up 1,047,327 quarts of fruits Various Turpentine camp in Florida now, and 10m. ---

tti flat pack of much better vege- and vegetables and 84,049 of meats, 3,000 of these are Floridlans. The VC

tables. This Is unfortunate, and together worth $146R37.20. Cups Being StudiedIn others were assigned from other
Girls In 4-H Clubs
meanwhile had
should not be the case states because of winter conditionsIn
canned 164.B12 fare of farm And Florida Here's
Poorly packed, poorly graded garden products:on th'; face' f-reports Research the north. a a a Wise Thought:
and poorly stowed naturally -
produce known to be Incomplete. -
reaches the central markets in Demonstration agents are Turpentine cups of clay, alumi- NEW POST OFFICES

"t i poor condition, and there Is waste it the call comes in 1934 for added ready num, or zinc have little If any ef- WASHINGTON-Contracts for BUY THE BEST YOU CAN
which the ,approximately, $362,000 to build
grower pays for. Broken garden; work, Miss Gleason states, fect In darkening the gum as it is
W containers and re-copered packagesmean In twenty-four of the sixty-seven collected, or the rosin made from post offices In Florida will be advertised I

losses to the grower as well ounttes. i the gum. This is one of the results i for bids between April 1 AFFORD TODAYTHE

-u as to the transportation company. of the first year of work at I!|and 15. Senator Trammel (D.,

.> 'When are we going to recognize the naval stores station at Lake I!I Fla.), who said he had been informed -

4 the fact that there is an ethical Giving Every Farm City, Florida, the Bureau of ChemIstry -I of the bids to be advertised, BEST lasts longest-especially In tires it makestoday's

and just basis in the handling of Continuing SupplyOf and Soils reports. stated allocations had been madeon
produce asks Mr. Enalgn. "Why The station compared different new Florida post offices as! follows dollars carry you farther-It postpones future

not eliminate much of the waste Garden Produce types of cups, their deterioration, : Fort Pierce, $72,000; Lees- buying at higher
ty and give to every man from grow- and the use of various protective burg, $82,000; Plant City, $56,700; prices. Picking the best in tires is

4tf er to consumer legitimate compensation TALLAHASSEE-: -An all-year coatings to prevent deterioration of Quincy, $50,600, and Winter Haven, easy. The public has tried out all makes and-by over-
Bids the
$63,400. Bradenton
for services rendered 7 Since new cups and restore the service- on
a, the growers are the chief losers In garden; and calendar orchard for ability of old cups. The effect of post office, for which $66,600 has whelming plurality Goodyears are the public's
> Florida farm
every home willie
this should again metal dissolved from the on been allocated, will be asked about
lottery, they be the cups FIRST
sought this season by home May 1, said the Senator choice for quality and value We don't
first to demand a new and square demonstration other properties of rosin remains to _! .
workers of
the State
deal," be studied.No know any better testimonial
Agricultural Extension Service. than this 19-year old
PRISONERS DECREASE
type of far tested
coating
so ,
Mtraises e Discussions and demonstrations, whether TALLAHASSEE The Prison fact: "more people ride
paint, varnish, lacquer or
on Goodyear tires than
*,: of the unworthy are felt !n the largest possible number of metal, has entirely prevented con- Bureau has reported that penal in- on
'
"by.ardent minds as robberies of the communities, are to be an essential tamination and darkening of the stitutions in this state had a decrease any other kind.:!

r dese..rv Ing.-Coleridge. part of the 1934 program, accordIng gum aad rosin. This work, which of fifty-nine in the numberof 'S
r}
to plans prepared by Miss isabelle if
e will be continued, is part of the prisoners on January 1, 1934, as
S. Thursby, extension economIst compared to January 1, 1933. The
Id Castor Oil A In food conservation. program to develop better turpen- Prlcee subject to
Institutions received 1,134 new pris-
tine cups from the standpoint of change without
Preparation of foodstuffs (pro oners last while 1,160 weredlschar&ed notice to any
year
Bladder Laxative effect upon gum and rosin, initial Stat ealea teed GOODYEAR
?
duced
at home, so that health and twenty-eight died in 4
cost, length of life, cost of handling -
; Juniper oil buohu leaves, efficiency will be Improved by their and rate of evaporation of prison, and five were executed. Of PATHFINDER
4, ...tO.I.ub I It to drive( out I Impurl. consumption, is to have special at- those received, the bureau said records -
from
turpentine the
ties and excel acids that oauie the entlon. Marketing of cup. Oper-
f' Irtltatlon which remit In getting surplus ators are invited to visit the naval ehowed 493: were born in Florida Aa w$5 70
up nights, bladder weakness l IeII'paine. quantities will receive intensive stores station at Lake and ob- while the others were natives :
City
backache and burning Juniper study as a means of increasing
oil buchu leaven, etc. Ta pleasant tain first hand information on turpentine of other states. Thirty-one prison- '
to take In the form of uuketa, the cash income. era' escaped from the State Prison
bladder laxative. Use a regular Leo I i cups.DEMONSTRATION- sad eleven escaped from road High quality't
box. If not'eatisfled ;your druggist Prices of all farm products except medium pricov
will CLUB camps, while twenty-three escaped
bound to feelybett.r after this flush egga advanced between Jan. from other institutions during the
IN EVERY COMMUNITY
HuketR ingr and ituaranteedbyguMitchellp.. 16 and Feb. 19, reports the U. S. -- year. Recaptures totalled 130, )

DrugStore.. Department of Agriculture. of
WEWAHITCHKA--A home dem- many whom escaped in former
-- GOODYEARALLWEATHER
d _
stratlon club has been organIzed years.
i iYJJ
In every community of Gulf Countyby

Miss Pearl Jordan, home demonstration OVER: WOP r-

+# agent, during recent
I weeks. The women of the countyare NERVES A.I iow $640World's"

showing much interest in home as

demonstration work
Strawberry Pickers'TICKETS -- ..-" standard Do You 0-;;; "a Truck

CAN GRAPEFRUIT of tire quality Here's better tire
GAINESVILLE Newberry than the best of many
Home Demonstration Club recently make* -yet look at the
prices
canned a small truck load of grapefruit tHEAVY

in Its demonstration kitchen, 4 GOODYEARPATHFINDER

reports Mrs. Grace F Warren,
home demonstration agent for Ala-

vk chua County. 30d TRUCK TIRES 118.10


U. 8. FARM INCOME RISES 31K6.._ _. .,,,,31.90
The farm income of the United 6.00-20: .___11t.9
$2.00 Per Thousand25c States for 193a was 6338000000. Other eix.eproportionetdr low
+ an Increase of nearly a billion anda

quarter dollars, or twentyfourper

cent, reports the United States,

Each Additional Change Department of Agriculture. In-; 1 IP TO your aan hi WCIdD- SEETHE

creases' attained by the principal .?.j nerve' a. high tanaioii*
u products Included: Grains, eighty- No wonder :you sna> at the vtttaad
six per cent; tobacco, sixty-two; bark at the CBlMxm.

At Thee cotton, fifty-six;vegetables, thirty- Watch autl.. O>an.mliadaarrai NEW BUICK
,r two; fruits and nuts eighteen; may l.-d'to fllienlaaaaaa
Nerrtma Hatv .
Headaeha.
sheep and wool, forty cent. Income
per
.. Indigestion sad. a heat tlBpleaaant
from dairy products, poultryand etIIIw dtstorbaaeaa.n a NOW
ON
: eggs and cattle and calves experienced Way yon try Dr. MOayeaat DISPLAY

Bradford Couoty.Telegraph very little Increase. _.... Narvtaa TahWtaffJart
.l one ta a half glass atr BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEW CAR
r8
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When alligators are fishing the makea a pkaaaat. spark*

flapping of their tails on the water lheg driak..... deUrfatfuOy ..oseed
may be heard for half a mile away. .. _U4L 11--'
Electrons, travelling inside a radIo ) ItOaa* Nervine to

tube from filament to plate, go >fa two Tablet.fonaa-UqftUMtrvaMavt Both heave d Register Motor' Co.ROAD .

t at the rate of 600 mile a second. the seas rfvtrir effect.91JMat .

,..... .... SERVICE:
Call
iu The pre-Columbian Mexicans and 103

f, Peruvians to .
appear have had no "
PHONE 29 STARKE FLA. ..., .
money of any kind. STARKE
FLORIDA
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i i Opinions are a great care and a I I ( It'- NERVINE: Good Used Tires $1.00 Up Guaranteed Tire Vulcanizing
'rFrS great trouble; but still they are;

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AY,1lL1Rcu 18. 198 BRADFORD COUNT :f:.J.JTh ,
TEIJEOBAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEPT\ r a


--- -- FLORIDA: -- -HIGHLIGHTS. I ,6I NNGm-1I?/ WOODMEN OF THE WORLD PRESIDENT HONORED: Itl',I fJj i! tI! 1


... ,"" "" ,," THROUGHOUT, U. S. FOR. 35 YEARS OF SERVICE .; 1 ; tJK l

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's
Ie
Bradshaw's Long, Faithful was Sovereign Sentry In 1899 In t\ '
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,word h a amp ante my feet tad a light unto mj pith.-Ptalm 119:105. Devotion to Duty Cele- Little Rock. He later went to '\ K ,
Gpf ,+H W. O. W. headquarters In Omaha as : z
m of 3l.rSl11i. All religious) teaching, doctrine or J 7 k brated During March General Attorney and his work was :,' ; Ti'
.,: helard. creed, if they are to have any claim so outstanding It brought him j''
the love, loyalty and devotion 01 the peopler must be In harmony with national prominence as the leading '. \
teaching pOD of Jesus the Christ whose nto every fold and crevice .. Woodmen of the World members fraternal life Insurance counsellor N

01 the human heat, and of whom" it was said in John 7:46.: "NEVER MAN throughout tbe entire country are In the country. :F,
{ I3 MAN. .
SPAKE celebrating the month of March in
"The record tt Mr. Bradshaw Is ;'
pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to sea this do 4 a clgantlo campaign In honor of so outstanding and noteworthy r i' .

ant for new of church activities, organizations and announce De B. Bradshaw president whoa that the spirit ot fraternalism In "
freely given and no charge made-the only requirement
t-. Space : 1 Yp been
; W. O. W. bas never before I ,
this before
Items reach office
such Wednesday morning te
that '
\
,
r said CoL T.
H. Patterson
greater ,
.tperwlae they cannot be handled for current Issue. /t
"Mr. Bradshaw
I vice president
'II! '
has endeared himself to every ,.J"a) '
T\XKE CHURCH DIRECTORY bless How often Is that now done member because be not only has '4
by some of those who follow is S been progressive In expansion, but 14 da'r

First Baptist Church Christ! his wisdom In safe Investments and :' ll'j' c

Rev. J. Johnson, pastor. The whole activity of Christ on protection for policyholders Is a ;, + a

Sunday School-10:00( : A. M. earth shows Him to have br en sent v shining example for the entire P't I

Morning Worship-11:00: A. M. to the lost sheep of IsraeL Within PA22L142 ,country" %;

B."t.Y P. U.- ::30 P.M. the boundaries of Israel He was yit A giant bulletin board has been ? m, .

Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. born. With the exception of whatIs erected In Mr. Bradshaw's office

A cordial Invitation. extended to, told in today's lesson He never, '" t r upon which are posted daily results t c
I there services in his maturity left the land of the /NVEN7-ED 8Vi of a campaign to exceed all past ,,

Jews. Nearly all His miracles were i i'te 4 PLOQ/D/A N/L NOT records for a month. It Is expected) ,

Church Of Christ done to benefit Jews. In His early; t k'ECEIV GIRDED that the total will exceed sight 7
(First Christian) ministry Jesus worked only In JewIsh million dollars S'

K. Bail Voiles Pastor. limits. Jesus told the Phoenician The Woodmen of the World Life k I -
Sunday, March 18: woman that He should not Insurance association Is showing v I

Bible School and Communion, give the children's bread to dogs: I '' }' QEM4eg481EEAD OF evidence that tbe "corner of pros

( 0:00: a.m.Revival. Gentiles). She agreed, but said, I De E. Ilrailshnw parity" has been reached Its assets 1 f sp s
begins Monday night "Yet the dogs eat the. crumbs nOR lOA having been Increased during last ''i '4

arch 19. which, fall from their master's ta- BJPOAD LEAF bus served W. O. W. In an official year by more than "':00,000 and i
ble." She claimed merit of her than B5 .'
no capacity for thirty-five years Its certificates by more ,- i
Methodist Church own. but relied wholly on the graceof Ml/S7:4RL> Thousands of W. O. W. camps inevery 000. It now has assets of more' d, I
Rev. B. M. Montgomery Pastor. Christ. than $115.000,000 and Is consideredthe t
/ SIN(; E LEAVES
state will hold celebrations
special
Sunday School, 10 a.m. "Then Jesus answered and said e strongest fraternal life Insur-
Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. unto her 0 woman, great Is thy J5 INCHES and programs during ance associations In the world. i hI'.

Young People's Meeting-6:3fl: faith: be it unto thee even as thou LONG March to pay tribute to the long The Woodmen of the World op- )

P. M. wilt, and her daughter was made eOSEIlfMVeLARJ and faithful service of Mr. Brad- erates Radio Station WOW In Oma- l I s'

Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. whole from that very hour." She shaw bn and has a tuberculosis hospital

was blest because of her unwaver- And chapel In San Antonio. Texas. t, ; r p }.
Mr. Bradahavr whose life has
faith. Such faith would .
Presbyterian ChurchRev. ing bring .
Is to Its
W. O. W. now moving
been typical of the log cabin boy r s
"
George H. Lowry Minister blessings today.BOB FL02/DAS new quarters In the Insurance y l
Services next Sunday as follows: .. i ))tJ who has risen to dizzy heights was Building In the heart of Omaha.

10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. JUVEN/-tG MVS/CAL honored at his birthplace! In Izard Tbe Insurance Building, which Is r'

S. Williams, acting superintendent P&OD/GYS r county Arkansas, where local and owned by W. O. W, has been transformed *' l

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; JONES e.OWN/I So W.r.TA 'Fti", OC.M.A..A.. national W. O. W. officials gatheredfor Into one of the most modern -' ?
ennon by the pastor. buildings In the city. It bas a
a special celebration. His
6:30: P. M.-Christlan Endeavor ROSEMARY CLARK, of Jacksonville, various musical instruments, she sings, huge vault formerly occupied by a
M. Evening Worship dances and does dramatic readings with mother, 97 years old still lives bank and trust company. More
7:30: P. ; tared 12 plays six instruments professionally -
OMMENTS near his birthplace than 1105,000,000 of securities were
remarkable d
and sermon.A ability.
|ong cordial invitation to all our I LM ONHERE I with. equal ease and has already The PARKER ARM RACK was in. Mr. Bradshaw bas always been a recently moved under the car ot'orty ?

services extended to all.ISUNDAY'SCHOOL. .' AN. achieved a prominent place in musicallircles. vented by Sheldon C. Parker. Florida Na- strong church worker, having armed men and armored oars ,
down the main street of Omaha to!
served as president of the Arkansas .
HEREAFTER. She started playing concertos tional Guard, Jacksonville, and is now being Sunda. School association. He the new burglar-proof\ vaults. ;'

with the George Washington orchestra used at Ft. Benning, Ga., for possible was also president of the Arkansas More than ninety-five per cent of i iW +

when but nine years of age and for four adaptation by the U. S. Army. So cleveryears Humane Society and has participated O. W.'s assets are In the highest1, ;'

LESSON It was the editor's privilege recently -. has been engaged in radio work in ly have all details been worked out that In scores of charitable and trade government, state, city and! ''
to the
with speak Dr. H.on C. Morrison same platform Dr. Florida. She has also played on the R. no loaded gun will fit into place within civic endeavors. county bonds of nearly every staten

FOR MARCH 18, 1934 Paul Rader and a number of other K. O. circuit. In addition to her skill on the rack. Ills first national W. O. W. office which w. O. W. does business J b''

outstanding ministers of the Gos '
K. EARL VOILES Venezuela has lifted its ban on
Jesus to pel. It is opinion that H. C.
Subject: Responds my
radio apparatus and now allows the FUNERAL DIRECTORSour
Faith. Morrison has more elements of a
Importation of sets and parts sub-
Golden Text: "Ask, and It shallbe great preacher than any man I hTBJStarke. ject to government permits. Many Year Experience Mukes It Possible for V* to Render

given you; Seek, and ye shall know. He is dramatic, eloquent, --- EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
find; knock, and it shall be openedunto and courageous. He think clearly. The herring the world's most MODERATE PRICES

you." Matt. 77.: He has Imagination. He has strong Important food fish; It U outranked DcWITT C. JONES COMPANY
convictions. He preaches a great ed the codfish In North
Lesson Text: Matt. 15:21-31.: Florida t t t only STAKKK. FLOIUUA
Gospel. Dr. Morrison Is seventy- America. 01 0-, ,,
Time and Place of Lesson: About March 9, 1934. j
May of 29 A. D.: Phoenicia and seven years old, but he Is "going -

Lake Decapolls-around Galilee.A north. end of great strong.Christian" Paul experience.Rader has had He is a'' Dear The Editor enclosed: clipping is from a I'q 1 :"' : ':': y>: \: 4fii: :: : '.' Al )n6.u/y:;

number of months elapsed be- the son of a Methodist minister.He recent to issue the prominence of the TimesUnion.Due of tho men. ? ;: ;: :". : J ::: .. ;


tween the In our teaching lesson from of last a boat Sundayand recorded young has he was culture.sent to When college he by was his quoted think this as well article as would what they be of said In-, ::f.::0U1.1>. 'OF 'THE MASS GROUPINTOWfHE. ., ., :i

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the retirement to Phoenicia in godly father to study for the min : ; '
A professor stole his terest to your readers. j1. r ; : : .<1 f
college
our lesson istry. .r '
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Interval today. It was duringthis faith. He tried to preach without Thanks. Respectfully, : .. >ii Hf, $' .. ,
that the twelve were
MRS. F. A. SCOTT. .
sent out, concerning which we faith. It wouldn't work. He gave ,. : CLASS GROUP :
Jesse H. Jones, chairman of the : !: : M
studied three weeks ago. Upon up. He became a prize fighter and and his friend Harvey S. ., .. .

their return to Jesus the company promoter. The prayers of his par- RFC Firestone, the tire magnate are l # n ". .i-i. %? &tefy&:; : fv, ::,:. "., < .. j ,,':

withdrew to the northeastern side ents followed him. Conviction agreed that a permanent CWA is ,1--#:,. '." wf, :y.v"; k' ;>*J :,.(.::. .: ,' ".. ..".. "
Street in New :'. ,. ," ,
of the Sea of Galilee where a mul- seized him on Wall < '.'
,
of
titude the York City. He went to his room necessary to take care- unem- : :,: .!/fe/6//a,: 11101' !' n"/Ol1 7:1": \: r
quickly appeared on .
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ployment. GM4' .
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scene and was miraculously fed In a maglnlficent hotel. For three Jones'who is here on vacation, : :;/.,> late In the days and nights he wrestled with : : '
afternoon. That event f:1'"i0: ;; < "
EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN : : ,:,:':
matter Inform- _. w ,
the 3x4t
out of that room was discussing Wf .. ;? 'To" .
He > ,
God. ;
came '
occurred about tht time of the BEGINS IIEKE MONDAYA {r 'r. .'. (.'t. ;> %,
passover In after filled with the Spirit. For twenty- ally with Firestone."It .. < ; )t"r l lY
April. 'J.4/ .r--\
Very soon seems to me," Jones said, ",' < : / :: ., "
this Jesus crossed to the west sideof two years he has preached the gos- now as an individual revival meeting will\ begin "r ;,;(,' <'I :f$;: ;i.'if.t.! <{1 '':''Yi( .';\\r: .<.;;: :pr'" > {K'
the lake pel around the world. He is supporting "and I'm speaking March 19, at 7:30 '1'o.. '; ,'j.4 [.fi'y.4rt'f. :Jii.!:? ,, : l. :'; "
and delivered two ad- Monday night. : } !> ( .::., ; < .. ; '>< i<\ :
must have some . .. .
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that we :P... >A ,.... ". .. "" ,
than one hundred ; .vz. :. k. .
dresses more Church of .. ." '* < < .
In the o'clock I" the local Jfif.d" '; r. .
Capernaum-upon ; "' : ;: : it .If.
but permanent form of 'i.. :, "' ;.i'r. ''-''':tfi.; : '.v...:.. ;: :., bread missionaries. No man ever brought modified :;,(;,.,u,. 'm, ,.M' : '. ':;<"''f""': .J..:.... {", ,/ .
of life and the traditions of of unemployment Christ on West Call Street K. Earl ...,;.!...iJ.::. "r' ;.;.. ,.f.::':!:..".' ,.... ;*," ,. !' ,>,' .t.
to take care ; >: '
CWA
; .
the elders a greater blessing to the Bob Jones to the "'= {< ''t-l./i: =: ..... ...' 4 .Qr"1'; ''
-which greatly offended Rader. Voiles who recently came ./' "',<.>? :'tti..\(,."."..::" ..,' .. .. d." -J.:: ? .'i'
than Paul
the students
Pharisees. It may have been College In the pastorate of the church from the
principle
thoroughly'agree
because of this rapidly glowing opposition He Is a great preacher of a great "I replied Firestone. "The evagellstlc field will conduct the

that Jesus withdrew to a Gospel. hur- series of meetings as well as lead Y
of was
present CWA course
region outside of Jewish territo,y. C emer- the singing and have charge of the .rj
ried as a necessary
"Then Jesus went into the coasts of There will always be a place for through and I believe that special music. Dramatized hymns,

Tyre and Sldon. a great preacher. He does not de- gency careful measure planning would evolvea pageants, steroptican pictures and

This was Christ' only excurst! >n pend upon human power or human more suggest of Illustrated song services will\ also
form
modified as you
Into heathen territory, except that authority. Sam Jones eald that he benefit to the unemployed." feature the campaign. The first
He was taken to Egypt when He learned from Simon Peter Richardson great then continued: night the hymn "Rock of Ages"

was an infant. that the pulpit is not a prison Jones"Of course, there would have to I will be patomlmed by Miss Ernes- 7MSlknld.-Lrr4k..rtwN.rMkl/u+tTUI '

"And, behold, a woman of Ca- but a throne. The man who knows to which we tine Andrews.A .
certain provisions
be
naan came out of the same coasts. the Gospel who lives the Gospel would rigidly adhere. For Instance, Bible drill fo'children and
and cried unto and who preaches the Gospel commands seven to seven
Him. saying Havemercy I employment provided through government young people, ages i
on me, 0 Lord, thou Son of the attention of his age. financing would<<; call for a teen, will be held each afternoon, The whole ideal of American: Itrdewithitsnew"Knee-Action"wheels! ,
David, my daughter Is grevtously The Apostle Paul has influenced the I scale less than those in farming j immediately after school. life is builc around the philotophr with amazing comfort on any road. K1
I wage
vexed with a devil" Some of the world more than any man for two to eliminate the I Special nights will be observed that /omorrow must be
and Industry the
And it is of
tuv most
ancient All he did was to finally, out
I Canaaites had been driven thousand years. throughout the meeting. The sec-
Ittttr than cod
of an unemployed man *rf .
possibility ia America absolutely
northward Into five God's message to a distracted I March 37, will beautiful cars today-
| : Phoenicia, and this the course of least'resietslice ond Tuesday night.
Ne man was or that stock.: world. He erected no church buildings seeking" be "Mothers' Night" and a very Day after day we hear peopl..I'm regardless of cost

Mark calls her a Greek Phoeni_ He organized no government To which Firestone replied: cpeclal: program In honor of mother .. glad I decided to purchase a Pontiac Certainly, it's a pleasure to own the new
cia being part of Syria. "But He *. He led no army. He "A well-taken point as you say, will be presented The second Friday Eight! It U ttb a satisfaction so feel that Pontiac. For it is unmistakable that the

answered her not a word. Christ's preached: "Preaching ia the thing the dole If you wish to call It that March 30 will be "Young Peo- we have something more then mere crlomln who drives a Pontiac baa gone out of .
silence was His first test of the with which to catch the conscience of ple's Night" with special servicesand .
should take the form employ- portation. the mu group into the this group. ,
woman' faith a test which often of the world. All the world needs that the 'unemployedwould a social time following.Other .
applies to our '*tn- The silence of today la preaching. One dozen ment actually so earn their money Churches of Christ are ex- This extra measure of satisfaction, of And vet-it costs practically nothing to

Cod Is often our faith's bitterest preachers like Knox. Luther Wesley rather than walk up to a government pected to be present during the course i* strictly a jflut value. when you take this step. When bought on time pay

trial.J Then our printed lesson con- WTutfleld, and Edwards could office and accept a handout meeting and bring special numbersof buy a new Pontiac straight Eight meat, the difference between the ttmputcut

tlllues> "And HU disciples came save civilisation. Since we have music. The churches of Starkeare For the basis of what the'CU' and the Ponti+c is frequently not more ...
and besought these preachers If Invited to attend and con- : purely on
Him. saying send her none of great also than a few dollars a month. AIn
away; for she crleth after us. But the ones we have would preach a Starke Florida tribute any specials they may wish bull provide*-it .ia the most logical car ,

He "" and said, I am not great Gospel, we could get the March S, 1934. to bring. I Amtrica tot *.,.*. to bu,. Come la for a demonstration of the new # ;

lint but unto the lostsheep' of the needed results. Editor Telegraph: Meetings will continue at least First of all, Pontiac I is big car-with I a Pontiac.: Let us show yon how easy it is r:" .

ease of Israel. Then camera and S .. As a subscriber to your paper I two weeks services every night at wheelbue of 117 laches-and big,roomy to step up to "Straight Eight" ownership( ..
worshipped Him. saying Lord help MBS. JENNIE: KNIGHTMrs. wish to express my appreciation of 7:30.: Extra special services are
Fisher
IDe. But He answered and said It Jennie Knight died Satur- your clean paper. I mean morally planned for Easter. Sunday. You bodies by LIST PBICI AT PONTIAC. MICHIGAN ,'

"not meet to take children's bread!! day morning at her home in Law- clean. So far I have not seen on .are welcome. It is powered by the great Pontiac"Speed $4 QC .WMt... .+ r.ah..t l q .
Sad to cast It to dogs. And she tey. She is survived by her hus its pages any advertisement of way Eight" eagine-one of the nacst O3f J M>r. Mr Mk '-"'-"
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Said truth Lord; yet the dogs eat band. Joseph E. Knight; four sons, strong liquor nor cigarettes (those state ship canal through Florida motors Ia use today. AND UP IN UmtTtn9ltH3J tltltii1.PONT'IAC
the crumbs which fall from their Ira and Avery Knight of Jackson- mind and nerve benumbing things). may not be built and It seems to
"IllaRter'. table." vllle Wilbur and Densy Knight of I have sometimes wondered if some me that may be a,wise decision v 5 5r

Hla disciplea said, Send her Lawtey; four daughters Mrs. May newspapers were very Inconsistent For who would benefit by the canal -

awaythey had done taulr things CXQuinn of Jacksonville, 1141''. Ma when they on one page printed ? A mere handful of shipown .
before
ble Tyre of Ral/ord and Misses a few lines urging young people to ers, some of whom likely are not ..w

Onetlm" mothers brought their Melbar and Myrtle Knight, Law- avoid all thug hurtful to mind Americans, and another small .wt t

little ones to Jesus that He might tey; three brothers, Paul and Earl I and body, while the whole of the group at Jacksonville: and the
them, but there HU disciples: .Barnett of Sheridan Florida, and 'next page Is filled with seductive other terminal. Florida .. a. nar-
Interposed and sent them away. Leon Barnett of Jacksonville and pictures of cigarettes; also, I won row state and Ita main inlet and THE ECONOMY STRAIGHT EIGHT +

Another time ta the house of Simon two sister, Mrs. Addle Dukes of der why merchants (some of whom cuticle on the north, are by raU- ..
Itj PbarlQe a woman came silent- Jacksonville, and Mrs. Laura SeweD are church members) fill their win- roade and highway and what a Y y

&lid humbly and brake a box of of Indiana. dows with gaily colored picture vast expense and inconvenience

::-Uy ointment at Him feet: and Funeral services were held Sun- which urge youth to use cigarettes.The would be caused! by cutting across REGISTER MOTOR CO. '
II dlIClp1e. were IIIdIgnaat, be- day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock at Bradford County Telegraph t.bem. and generation to com
the qUae ot."*uch waste. Thus did Mlddleburg with the Her. O. A. can safely be taken ia to any horn would be burdened by the cost, '

Jew .-.. ..........: '*_ Preratt ottlciAtla.. Interment... SOBMH Unw agottm- TMegnpfcistated U duubtfUl t,Nltw:i'' I. STARKE; FLORIDA "
aDcJ those that proposed cross.. A CON8ERVATTVTB' CITIZEN. -
whom He would In UM Mlddleburg cemetery'. the 1Pi Rr +p

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4 !AGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TEl..EGBAPD. STARHE FLORIDA FItiDAY, M.-\RCQ '
If y .. ._._ 1 18, lit,
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f it Bradford County Telegraph PROPOSE,', *?.. xF.FllgilYQ'PROpR4 ? : I
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Established 1877" The;;county commissioners" bow ;,Maybe! You'veHeard 'I ODD -- ] TRUE =

1" have Under considerationwith a
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V L : __' __ __._ __ ___ __ It But
view to accepting of rejecting; the
,' w I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class proposed program for refunding ,

Mailer\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida outstanding,road and bridge bonds
that was recently presented! to the FOR RAINY DAYS
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board by the John Nuveeri Com
,
E. L. Matthews_____ __________________Editor and Owner pany of New York. A study of ,Writing letterrto celebrities just
should
... to see what they will answer
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------- this
-- -- -- - --- program wblch calls for the prove an interesting pastime for
# SUBSCRIPTION RATE Issuance of J365,00 In refunding shut-ins or those who have nothing
bonds to be dated ,)January 1, 1934,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance and to mature January 1s 1934, better to do on rainy days. Of N4 Trig
1 course, you might be absolutely
I Advertising: Rates on Application bearing Interest at the rate of six sincere and wish only to offer. bit OrVTED %'rMtSPLUMBING

per cent per annum, leads us to of constructive criticism as did the HKVCHKS
-, -- ----- !believe that It Is
--- against the best
like Ed-
local radio fan who didn't
', ft' lr j Let's hope that spring doesn't remain around the corner Interests Into such of the county tp enter die Cantor's progr&m Sunday before ._,

'1 as i long as prosperity did. an agreement at this last (as who did) and wrote

'" I ;, time.We and told him so in no uncertain
o can see no necessity for '
terms.

'j' Jack Dempsey says Canera can't punch. Well, we're contract Bradford that.County calla for entering the paymentof Into a A few days later much to his "w .

; willing: to take his word for it.; a considerable fee to a small surprise, be received the following -
letter from Hollywood Beach!
group of attorneys for handling
o My Dear Mr' ":.___.__ j-
refunding matter. The law itself
;" Women like to have a new wrinkle in their fashions, but Is. very plain In authorizing the Thanks very much for your

hate to have one in their faces. refunding of bond Issues and there Interest, and for the sugges"tion __
include.
'' you ,
seems to be no good reason why '
o our Board of Bond Trustees or OutBoard tit certainly watch myselfin
fit, March might have come in, like a lamb, but 'she turned of County Commissionersshould the future and guard 'RUSSIA

.1 out to be an Eskimo in disguise. not' be able to accomplishthe against that feature which you
/ refunding of defaulted bonds dislike. M ,i o
j' o >
ilr ;'11.1 ur without 'the expenditure of any I do hope you will continueto "
Mae West is thinking of spending her winters in. F'lortda, considerable sum of money. listen tn.,,and that I can finite MOVIE' '

It's warm enough here already. While the Telegraph has not please you. THEATER
'iM ? made any'exhaustive study of the
o Sincerely, "'* MN
"I. matter, it seems to us that a very
P EDDIE CANTOR.
i Little Johnny wonders why General Johnson hasn't. aaid. good way to accomplish this refunding '- 0'11R. t

anything about shortening school hours. would be to Issue refund- ,Perhaps it'was just a coincidence COONt0.YNER .
bonds
Ings In lieu of maturities as -
", but it is the consensus of
pi they occur Instead of undertakingthe -
opinion those who listenedIn
,i w'' One exchange says that the "Mind Your Business Week"wouldthrow the bonds refunding at this of a time.large amount of that Eddie's among' last program was a 2 .OOO

lots of people out of an occupation. It is understood that the Wilcox good bit better'' than the one of the SHOWSARC ONE" BIG C1MM'OP roonwc reimsESTKoUMittKt \ \

1 o /, bill, providing for refunding bond preceding week. useoALMOST *, \m EHMAND,

Issues' has passed the Senate of EtCUlSWEtY fort 3u0WIN0 tiSRs tin Sll'VTKHOMltt' fbt,11NtSfcU"tM.
do make Dr. Fifield's visit
:You can your part to help a our national and However, the same radio fan who
pleasant one by cleaning up your own front yard. there Is a good Congress-prospect of Its passage that- received the above letter from Mr. 6% EOUCKnOHM. -,,__ OF -mtM,roR. MEN AND

n o I. In tho House of Representatives. Cantor, didn't. fare, so well with G"z.: Pe uu1l WON
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This bill If .it becomes Leopold stoKowsKi. He receivedan
law.
Dix thinks that the real test f Hitler's
Dorothy o
power '
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from the
all con-
will give. counties and ,towns the answer right hiblt at Chicago. Failure to partlcl
will come when he tries to force women into uniforms. authority to Issue refunding bonds doctor of the,Philadelphia; Symphony pate failure to dominate would be Political AnnouncementsFOR

o on the assent of sixty-five per cent Orchestra 1 Ill reply to his criti oo Late so grave a mistake that it must not

One economist that the most absurd tragedy'inAmerican of the' holders of outatandlD3'bondll."TtiIIl cism. but Mr.r,Stokowskl said in be contemplated. Every county, : CONGRESS
says ; of course, would aim effect that if our local fan didn't ; every community every citizen, directly I hereby announce that Iam I
life has been hunger among able bodies' people in, pllfy the 'matter considerably, and like his programs' it was just too ., eo Classify) or Indirectly has benefltted : candidate for the office of member

Florida.If it might be well for the county to. bad.' from the 1933 exhibit and the returns of the House of RepresenUUva:
o await the passage of this legislation Part of the conductor's letter By RUSSLLL RAY on this year's participation from the Second Congressional DII-
'
Sccrctuy, Floral PKM Aurnar,
before proceeding with any refunding follows: will be doubly profitable. trlct of Florida subject to lilt
you can't tell the back from the front of one of those propositions.There Dear Mr._-._..___.___ Democratic primary election h

new automobiles, just look and see where the mother-in-law Is no doubt that the county Regarding our programs, we Governor Dave Sholtz has urgeda June.I .,
should at flaying the familiar music state-wide ob3ervance of Saturday -
some time in the near are
4 is sitting. future, provide for the Issuance of of the past and also the unfamiliar :March 17, as Crippled Cdildren's I From In Baker have a record of public serve
Other Pens I and Madison Counties and<
o refunding' bonds in lieu of default. music of today. I be- Foundation Day. Its purpose the Third Judicial Circuit of florIda ,
Juries seem to have reached the point wherethey': can ed maturities but there seems to liev,that both should be represented Is the establishment of an en. of
counties
consisting tin
seven ,
dowment fund to be used in
convict of murder without having to 'take dose be no good' reason for anticipating t know much of this caring !
a woman a largest in the state. You are Invite
for the state's six thousand FARMERS
crippled WHO CAN PAYWe
maturities of the next twenty music Is not popular but I am -
of children. The fund will be administered to investigate not only my record
smelling'salts years and refunding them at this not trying to please the publicI of
o time.It am trying to lead It.. by the Harry-Anna Me. recently ran across a North service but my manner of livtoj

would doubtless be much more Thank:,you for writing me morlal Home for Crippled Children. Carolina doctor's diagnosis of the I hereby promise you the Binxj
1 A pessimist is a fellow who is already worrying how he
difficult to secure the consent of a the letter.. located at Umatilla. I farmer's financial troubles which Is faithful service rendered my people,
; is going to get his theft-proof tag off when it comes time to large number of holders: of unma- Sincerely, On this date every community in worth passing along. This was a and will continue to live If wlttii

get a new tag next year. tured bonds to a refunding arrangement t.LEOPOLD STOKOWSKJ. Florida Is asked to stage some sort general practitioner in an average
.
i--* my power, so as to reflect honor]
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of the small town who carried the '
than It would be to secure an entertainment, proceeds accounts
o the assent of a small numberof .SHINY NOSES"A of which will; go to this worthy of many farm families ou and dignity to this high ottlt.(
Since the air mail service has been curtailed, the sweet persona who have bones already shiny1''a'nose is a sign of cause. his .books usually making collections Should the voters of this district!

young things will have to wait a little longer for those letters In default. Those who have defaulted youth."-Nev'York beauty expert. Three men were conversing in a yearly when crops were mar. see fit to bestow upon me this boor

with of X's. ,bonds would certainly be 'A shiny nose hotel lobby and something was said keted, as Is the custom of many. they may rest assured thail I
g ending a row
more ready to take new bonds Jn Is a sign of youth. about the movement "Aw, It's just On Jan. 1 he checked up his delinquent -:will consider it a sacred trust and
1 o lieu of their unredeemed holdings An aged nose a cheap publicity stunt" one of accounts and found that in that my every effort will be for lilt
t{ Kentucky has placed a tax: on all nudist colonies.' This than would persons who have Is dull, forsooth. them remarked. "Our Dave wants best interests of the people I rq-
nearly every case those who had
a seems a little drastic. The tax should have been placed onlyon bonds that do not mature for several But after' 'Viewing. to get his name In the paper so he made resent .
years yet and upon which they Some we see. copies the Roosevelt-Doberty stuff no attempt to raise a varietyof Your support and vote Is wlbj!

members with bowlegs. are receiving' their interest.: There We are inclinedTo and expects: the public to put up a products. Then he looked over ited and will be appreciated.

o is no conceivable reason why they -. disagree, lotta dough for an endowment and his paid-up list, which disclosed JAS. R., (JIM) KELLT.

,c Senator Fletcher has been serving Florida for twenty. should prefer to have' refunding And pass along' give him credit for If conditions somewhat like this: Paid Pol. Ad. by Jaa R. Kelly,
bonds In place of the original bonds The helpful: Word One
I looked at that guy and'thoughtwhat had a flock of pure-bred
last week showed their
five and his friends appreciation I
years held them but the That -
now by man a, shiny nose a charming creature a pole chickens, another a flock of sheep, a
by giving him a testimonial dinner who holds a defaulted bond is in Is a sign you'd better powder it cat was in comparison-and we kill third had brood sows, others had FOR LEGISLATUREI

0 much the position of the bolder of ( rattlesnakes. His conversation dairy cows orchards, vegetables, wish hereby to make otncw l
a past due note 'and would natur Walter Winchel) shatters another hay and other food and entrance
Recent events doubt make envious of demonstrated how ill-will and mal. stock feed, announcement of my
a no some persons ally prefer to have a new bond illusion with the' following para. ice toward our fellow man can or had been able to market poultry the race for State Representat|
.those victims of sleeping sickness who have been missing with Interest coupons attached. graph.. : J* warp a human mind. and dairy products, had also from Bradford County, subject f

everything for the past two or three years. The decision to be reached Is an "In,.jand.lay there 'Is no hotelor Political leaders are continuously been able to pay their doctor's bill., the will of the Democraticof v

O Important one and the commission restaurant,..nd there never was exposed to criticism. Their motives And by the same token had been this county.,
ers acted wisely In refusing' hastily and there no- flying fishes, and able to pay other bills, without Floriil
are in
are always questioned because I I was born and raised
Did you ever stop to ask yourself the question-am I to sign such an agreement, prefer doubt.
And there
there never were. are there who jrtui
are always some are so and have spent thirty-eight |
;, making this world a better place to live in?-Fort Meade ring first to '"sleep over It.." 'The no temple/ bells. And the sun dwarfed In mind and shriveled In Spring will soon be here. The In the state, and two years In ttj
of
this Issue
Leader. 'We did, but we were afraid to answer it. consequences are of such deciding to doesn't come up like thunder out heart that even If a leader' was decisions the farmer makes regard- World War. I have never res*
grave concern every of China 'cross the bay because good, they wouldn't like him. Ing what he will raise next season or worked In any other slat
citizen and
o. so far-reaching in effect
there Is no bay but If there were- will materially affect his have yean )
conditionnext worked for twenty
that the board decided to Who, but the Governor; elected
7 Gainesville newspapers report that the Aurora Borealiswas the people an opportunity to give be Slam would' be across It, not by the people to leadership is more fall. Will he profit by the experience the schools of Florida, and I be

seen there last week. We were afraid something like heard In the matter. China. qualified to bead a movement to I of those who have succeeded I know the needs of the schools II

that would happen as soon as prohibition was repealed] The refunding agreement Is now provide better care and greater! through diversification, or children and the citizens of 1 Fie.
I'' o at the office of the county,clerk THE:: SEED CATALOGOh comfort for those pitiful children will he stick to the old poverty. as well as any one in the state.I

where It may be read and studied see the pretty catalog. who face life with the severest breeding one-crop plan am In this race for benefit I
a Everyone who has a government Job in Italy has to salute by anyone who Is Interested and It A tempting thing, indeed.To handicaps? His doctor and other creditorswill be to the cltisens and future d

or be saluted. If that were true in this country, folks could Is hoped that many will look It think those lovely flowers once To hear a nit-wit sap- beaded, be Interested in this question. zees of Bradford County and I

d' save time by going around with one ,hand up permanently. over before the public meeting Were Just a little seed. disgruntled job hunter yap "cheap The farmer should take an Interest whole' State of Florida, and I'
1 1r which will be held Monday at the "i'- publicity stunt" makes one almost In It himself.-Plant City Courier. work bard toward that end. W

o court house at which tl methe com The dashing' calllopsis wish he was one of the unfortunates o support will be appreciated.

If you can remember when the groceryman used,to give mlaalonera 'wUl listen to the arguments And the lovely cypress vine, on crutches. We sometimes eee a friend Respectfully,
of the By filling out a blank, they say, But their kind have been possessed
the little boy a bag of candy when his mother paid"her bill taxpayers. always of talent, but never of LEON A. GRAtPaid
As one has remarked, Can easily,)be mine. with us. Two thousand
newspaper
years ago
you won't have to bother about paying your poll)) tax: this year good citizenship demands that In when the Master went about' His udgment.-La Rochefoucauld. PoL Ad. by Leon A.Gnf
And though rye tried them all before '
o such a democracy as ours, cltlsens Father's business of 'healing the I
"fC"+ ,
acquaint themselves with the 'affairs sick there were probably some who
A Salt Lake City woman got a divorce from her husband There's hope left In my breast, I
of their looked on and sneered] "This
g'Overnment.1Capec:1.: man
because he had not taken a bath for months. If the couple ally la there reason for the citizens And so order fix and say Christ and His cheap publicity

had any children It Is quite likely that the poor fellow couldn't of this. county to consider this proposed "Be sure to !send the best, stunts"S Viola'sHAS

''c; get into the bathroom. refunding program and to "Along with some Xeranthemum e e :
convey their wishes concerning the "And digitalis, too. Florida Is getting the breaks this
o disposal of this matter to the commission Til take a few of this and that, winter if she ever did. Last evening
Henry Ford says that a small group of men are responsible before It .Is too laU 'And' anything that's new." I heard the state favorably
'' for 'war through the manufacture of munitions and by After a study has been made of mentioned on five outstanding' nationwide
the program It Is our belief that a The seed arrive, and tenderlyI radio programs. Duringthe
fostering international distrust. Henry seems to know. lit. majority of persons will see no oc- place them In the ground past month national magazinesand

tIe bit about, something besides automobiles. casion for the county going' fur With visions how the yard will look hundreds' newspapers have MOVEDYou'll

: o ther Into this matter at the present With dahlias all around. given""'reams"of publicity to the
time than to perhaps Issue refundIng "Sunshine State" and
.4 t 'u. Phillips columnist on the Washington Post, who is bonds in lieu of defaulted ma- The weeks go"by as eagerly In the ads "Not one cent 09 they was paid say

now visiting Miami describes it as a riot. "Miami Beach and turities. I search for something green.' for these testimonials." find the 'same 'good' ',eat*' and the
a At,last It comes but nothing like
Miami he ; "are a combination of the Ringling Circus .. "I Official estimates Indicate that a
says ON HOHOH.BOLL The pictures Z have,seen. '
million and, a half winter visitors ,same good beer
and lots our
at
Coney Island, a Century of Progress, a South Sea Island movie more room
'
Florida sea placed the 'lynching And so Fm dislllusIoneA are spending $T, OOOOO a day here,
and jt 'Welsh rarebit dream." Wonder how he would have honor roll for the 'year" 1933. Though I buy' expensive seeds, and they are still coming.' What a new location-the Road*

described it back in the really boom days ? according to the Federal Council of I t find*I alwaysbeem: '. to grow season-.' what an opportunity. new building on

_ Churches in a recent publication.It Th., Usual crop of weeds. Fun credit for this remarkable 13 just
I o block
was stated that 'twentyeightpersons .- -. tourist year cannot be given to any one from bur old place.

The annual award for bravery amoung country weeklies, ,were.lynched during' that Dr. AteyEs'Carrell says the human single agency or individuaL A

h fy if there is such an award should go to the Brooksville Journal, year ID eleven states. brain contains about 12,000- doson causes contributed but the EASY TO FIND FOLLOW} j

which paper came right out last week and said. "The Journal "Unta, last year there were 000 brain cells. ground work: was laid by thisstate's JUST
dominant exhibit at the
strong Indications of a trend downward -
may be old-fashioned arid out of date but regardless of all that ," the announcement said, A scientist ;says that the temperature "Century of Progress" last sum THE CROWD.

.Lit can't become reconciled to the)tnatter of women running! for "but the spread of territory aadaaway seven miles above the mer. "
of-lynch>>w and the increase *4rth .la nearly ccBstant.5 In the minds of minions Florida
public office. Politics is no place for them and they ,should

It 4 V; stay at home.. And, if anyone ,happens to ask you, you can to-th that the number.of mob ;spirit victims'1s agita)indicate.on arising The air is so rare,near,the;top sister today states Is recognized on the march as leading to pros her 'Viola's Tavern

rb tell them we are not so hot for women voting, either 1" Woman' tide.- ,, *, -' of Mount Everest: that ten breaths perity. That- leadership will be

place'miaht be in the home, but with all these modemlaboraavin& A, recent unfortunate n occuranosIn are required for .every step taken. World's forcefully Fair eUsputed when the

devices, she can easily find time to go, 'out Tampa win prevent Florid front The Virginia charter of 1800 Indea How we meet opens It depends again this on;year.the
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