Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02429
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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fork Is Resumedn Signs OutlawedBye KEEP SEVEN FIREMEN FALSE ALARMS BREAT ALL HLESS\/PUZZLED itf'ONE\ DAY I Berries Rallv, 2 Boards Protest u... ;d

Five Projectsnder i t ty CouncilAt You can fool the fire departmentonce -whine of the/slrrin/. \ and when It After Hard Hit

and you can fool It twice, but sounded for :the fourth, fifth and Tax Books l

you can'tfool it three times In sixth times they did little more Closing At

[ New Set-Up Tuesday Meet rapid succession. This truth was than upon, look what up was and causing Idly speculate all the By Late Cold ;

Monday when the racket. Some said that children
fire alarm sounded about noon anda On First Of June
were turning in the false<< alarms 1
Hundred And Fifty-Nine MerTon Name Of Those Without Occupa- quick run around the city disclosed and others, since the weather was Little Harm Done By Light Frost

Pa'rollilere This Week: tional Licenses Turned Over the fact that there was.no rather unsettled, got out the story Tuesday Morning-Price* rfi
fire. The alarm -
again sounded an s
that the town officials fran- Hold '
were Up {
To Total $:eGOO rCn '. To City AttorneyNo hour, later and again the fire truck County Comiulwloner. And School v +
tically trying to warn citizens of Refunding Proposition '
1 was brought out for an exploring Board Adopt BelMllutlonliAsking )
an approaching stormThe The strawberry Industry In
hundred and forty-nine men new permits for sign boards trip around town. Postponed Until June
wo last alarm came about 1:30: Bradford County again began DelnyIWSINESsTlEN }
within the of Starke will be
in this county City '
lot back to work Issued and When the alarm sounded for the o'clock Tuesday morning, but even showlnt signs of life this week !,
today under the new FERA set- anyone repairing sign third tt ... .. .ittle later at that when The county commissioners at a
board be : disgusted omnlous hour it caused little several hundred crates were JOIN '
vacation which now standing may pun-
after a week's firemen ran into the street, cast excitement and few people got shipped In spite of cold weather special meeting Monday decided to -
ished fine
by a of $25 or thirty
and the Civil until their meet-
work ceased It anxious eyes about for signs of out of bed to scan the skies for Monday and Tuesday nights. postpone regular Tell Nholtz That 1'eoplIn ThU Si?
days in jail, or both, was orderedby
brought in June the matter of
was ing refundIng -
irks Administration smoke but but of flame.Later e 8n''
upon seeing nothing signs smoke or Approximately 300 crates were
council their
the at Until
city Tuesday County Pay ,
I an end. clear skies they went back about Wednesday morning, R. F. shipped by express during the past a portion the outstandingroad i

[work was resumed In this coun- night meeting.The council also decided to fur- their business, leaving the fire Clark, city electrician, stated that week. Prices are reported to have improvement bonds of Brad- Berries Are Bold A

I OQ the court house addition, the truck resting in its garage, still he thought he-' had found the ranged from $1 to $5 per crate. ford County. The action was! taken -
the nish City Attorney Floyd Green because of thatIs The Board of Commissioners -
larke school house addition out of breath from the first two trouble and it 'was nothing more Very little harm, outside of retarding pending legislation County
school, the Lawtey drain- with a Hat of all persons who have believed to be pertinent to the and the County School ,
ooker fearful than the rubbing of a magnolia ripening fruit, was done by '
licenses '
malaria not paid their occupational runs.After matter' Board at called meetings Monday ,
.j ditch and Hampton the third time folks began tree limb against one of the t.he'cold of Monday and Tuesday,
Jntrol. These are the only proj- with Instructions that he proceed- to get used to the plaintive city's electric lines. although dropping thermometers Also at this meeting the board adopted resolutions protesting Governor 6
with the collection of them.
Its approved to date under the caused Bradford County farmers I approved the bond of S. L. Crews Sholts'a recent order to clone
T. F Landrum, of the firm of all tax books on April 1 and asking
|RA. anxious moments. There as member of the Board of Public
Patten &: Landrum, appeared be- many was for an extension In Bradford County ?

lit Ira Is that estimated this week's at headquarters payroll will fore the council stating that the Sturgis On Visit Boys Bound Over but a light not frost enough Wednesday to do any morning damageand I Instruction. until June 1. A similar resolution '

inJsh Eurlka Fire Hose Manufacturing was adopted by the Business 1 ;
which will be paid
tel] $2,500 temperatures began
| Company was willing to accept rising AttacksTrammell Men's Club at a meeting lost Fri
each worker having to sign early in the Pepper r
$600 as payment in full of the account To This On Arson day.
Jc payroll. County ChargeState's With continued warmth and a day.The
owed It the oi
by City
resolutions sot forth the fact
{Bradford's quota of 249 was part little rain, carloads of fruit should
1 the 30,000 men who went back Starke, this amount to be paid In begin moving from Starke and Record that many taxpayers In this county "
I work in the state this week unJr monthly installments of $50.00. WIU Devote Entire Time To Ambition Witnese| Testifies To Seeing Lawtey by the first week In Aprilat depend largely upon money received 4
The council agreed to the proposition from their strawberry crop to 1;
the new program. the latest. There Is still much
Of Three Fire
RepresentingThis egroeeSet .
and Instructed the clerk to ,, -
lit announced this week thatter pay their taxes, and it would be un-
to the outcome
was speculation as of
make the first payment. District To house. Candidate For (T, S. Senate SpokeAt fair to close the books before they
1 will
\ Sunday April the present season, moat growersrefusing
-' Court Houne Here had had an opportunity to harvest 4
Jaeatlon the .
of emergency pro- to commit themselves be-
Bradford Represented Wallace Sturgis, prominent Johnny Smith and< Eddie Mc- this
lam through which the Roosevelt yond a brief statement that "you Monday Night crop. ,f
ministration provided necessities At Teacher Meeting Ocala attorney; whose announce Clain, colored were sUllyhi, Jail never can tell." In the past, It Is The following committees were,

I life to millions of Americans forJmost ment for Congress, Second Florida Wednesday and Nasby (Frog) said, some seasons that have started Claud Pepper, young Tallahassee chosen to confer with Governor

a year at a cost of more Bradford County was well repre- District, appears In this Issue, visIted Jackson, also colored, was out on off most Inauspiciously have attorney who Is opposing Senator Sholta about the matter: From the
In Park Trammel for In the commissioners: L. L. Conner, O. W.Hlnson .
Ian a billion dollars. sented at the state meeting Starke while through $250 bond following a preliminary ended up -profitably for everyone a place
(After April 1, relief workers noYger Ocala last Saturday of the Florida passing '" t concerned, and for this reason It is United States Senate from Florida, A. J. Thomas; from the
will be Federal employes. League for Better Schools Su- here during the week. I hearing before County Judge E. K. bad policy to place any bets at was in Bradford County Monday, school board, S. L. Crews, A. J. 1

ey will receive benefits through perintendent of Public InstructionA. "I have been putting my housein I.Ferryman at which they were this stage of the game speaking at Lawtey in the after- Griff; also Senator J. M. Mann

al sources under President J. Griff, his wife and son, Julian order" said Mr. Sturgis "and charged with burning three build- Plant City Is still going strong noon and at Starke at night, and and Representative C. C. Butler

>osevelt's new three-point, long- ; Prof. W, L. Beacom and Prof.L. from now until the campaign, is ings In Reno on March 12. I with almost a million pints for- attacking Trammell's political record The resolution adopted by *the
Irm attended. More than over will devote entire time to warded In both speeches commissioners was as follows:
,, relief policy, which Congress A. Gray my Principal witness for the state I out of there during Thurs w"

Vs underwritten with a $960,000- 700 teachers and others InterestedIn my ambition to serve the Second was Lacy Simmons, another negro, day, Friday and Saturday of last Mr Pepper spoke in the courthouse Whereas,, under date of March

io appropriation. schools were.. at the meeting. District as its next Congressman. who tstlfied that he saw the three I, week.' The season's total from at Starke and was heard bya 14, 1034, The Hon. David Sholtsv

I Civil Works, through which the from all parts of the state. Although I have just commenced boys about 4:00: o'clock in the there' now stands at 17,000,000 fair crowd In spite of a sudden Governor of Florida, sent form letters '$

J>vemment fed clothed and hous- In the afternoon Prof. Gray at- active work, my candidacy has morning dash "a fluid" on the side pints., Prices' are holding around attack of blustery weather He to the various tax collectors of

I 4,000,000 Americans during the tended .a reorganization of the been received with more encouragement of the house of Joe Williams, set a, nine to ten cents' It Is said. gave a review-of .Senator, Tram- State of Florida urging that the ,

Inter months, no longer will exist. Florida High School Principals' than it waa reasonable to match to It and then run away.. It has been reported that the : melt's political history and said said tax collectors proceed to close

.VA ranks will have been reduced Conference. Principals were pres- hope for at this stage, and I confidently thatWilliams first car of' the Louisiana season that the people had paid the Sena- the 1933 tax books, by April 1, ,
Simmons said had
approximately .2,500,000 per- ent from Pensacola, in one extreme, look forwardto_ nominationIn left that state last Saturday., The tor a quarter of a million dollars 1934, advertising the delinquent tax t
il. and from Miami and Homestead In June. ,The issues of this race .expecting some trouble' following cold that swept the South early during the thirty odd years he ban lists during the month of Mny, sell !l
hard between him
(Federal pay checks will be disused the other, Mr. Gray states that he should be developed upon questions feelings this week is said to have caused held public of lice, He then challenged the delinquent property the first
and had
the three and asked
with. Approximately 1,500- has never before seen such a mani- Involving the best interests of this boys, no damage to the Louisiana crop : anyone In the audience to Monday In June and distribute t
Simmons to watch his house whilehe "
J persons who will survive theA festation of unity and determination district and not upon personalities. other than to retard the ripeningof I name a bit of social legislation authored funds collected not later than June.
went out of town to attend
demobilization will receive a In a school or teachers' organization. That will be my procedure, win, "breakfast dance" in Gainesville. a fruit. However, It Is not believed : or sponsored by Mr. Tram- 20, 1934; and.Whereas ,

Imimum wage of thirty cents an The body adopted Mr. Fil lose or draw-gracious treatmentof that shipments from there will mell that could be said to have In this. action was taken K

|nur for work from officials of the er's plan for saving the schools of my opponents and a vigorous When asked by the defense if gain momentum very taut during' part repaid them for his supportall by the Hon. David Sholtz, Governor "

articular community,.' or county, Florida, which will be submitted to promotion of my principles." he didn't consider himself a pretty the next few weeks.Emergency I these years. of Florida, In the Interest of the

1 which they live. the next Legislature. 'A resolutionwas :Mr. Sturgis has taken a leading poor watchman to stand by and see As proof of his point, Mr. Pepper schools; and.Whereas 1
burned to the .
his friend's house
[The Federal government will also passed asking county part in many civic, state and fraternal Loan Board stated that out of the seven billion the tax payers of

bntinue to contribute resources t&Id units of the Florida League for affairs. lIe served throughout ground, Simmons replied that one Formed For County dollars appropriation(: California Bradford County depend upon the
of the had which
the unemployed and destitute, Better Schools to write to candidates the World War. and previous I' boys a shotgun got $10 for each $1 that came sale of their principal money crop
made him little hesitant about
lit Its activities will be,supervlsty for the Florida Legislature In Mexican Border campaign. He Is a a '''Members' of the local 'Government to Florida. Under the CWA California which is strawberries, for their tax
with their
rather than direct., their respective counties asking past commander of the Marlon Interfering plans. Emergency Crop LoanCommittee got $8 for every $1 for Flor- money; and,

I The President's three fold relief said candidates to go on record County Post of the American Legion .Judge Perryman ordered< the are W. L. Wall, ida, In spite of the fact that Cali Whereas, In anticipation of the ,

ogram was conceived on a long- stating whether or not they favor and recently completed a termas boys bound over to the grand juryat Theodore Tlson and W. E. fornia's population Is only four proceeds of this said crop the tax

Imo planning rather than emergency the Filer plan. Another resolution state judge advocate for the Le- the spring term of circuit court Torode, It was announced this times that of our state, Mr. Pepper books have always In the past been

basis. Under Its terms, urged teachers to register, pay poll gion. He was recently reappointedcivil and reduced their bond from $500to week. This committee will have no kept open In Bradford County until '

tales, cities and counties will ad- tax, and get at least five friendsto attorney for Marion County. $250.: special office here, but anyone Interested said.Mr.. Pepper criticized Senator June first; and,

[Inlster aid on the basis ,of need do likewise, to be In readiness to in making this type of Trammell for what he called the Whereas, the tax payers of Brad 4 1

der the following interpretation vote for candidates for the next ( loan may get the necessary Infor- tatter's Inactivity during 1928 when ford County have always shown a a

y Federal Emergency Relief Ad- Legislature who could and would Dr: Fifield Thinks BradfordCounty mation from one of the members. the Democratic party had "its back strong Inclination to discharge*

mnlstrator Harry L. Hopkins: do something for the schools of Loan blanks had not been receivedup to the wall.'" He said that the Senator their duties as tax paying citizens

"A person In need la one who haso Florida. until Thursday, but they are expected had but one speech for the when they have the necessary

resources, with no member of Remarks were heard on every Is An Ideal Place For Home-Making at any time now, Emergency party during that campaign and funds; and.Whereas. '

|is family employed, and who. un- side that never before had such loans may be made for that one was at his home town in if the tax books are

raa he gets a job can not pay his fine spirit optimism, and cooperation -- amounts ranging from 925 to $2 O. Lakeland.Mr. closed April 1, the tax payers of 6

Vnt or buy food." been demonstrated in a similar Bradford County was given a of picking and eating ripe berries, .. Pepper said that during this this said county will be unable to

J The President's new policy will meeting of teachers In Florida. thorough inspection during the still warm with Florida sunshine. WILL ROGERS' NEWEST period of emergency he would go pay their taxes and will be compelled q

[enefit these groups Everyone believed that .success week-end by Dr James W. Fifield, Friday night was spent at Pen- IS COMING TO RITZ all the way with President Roosevelt to pay the extra costs necessary ,

1. Needy city dwellers. awaited the schools at the polls on world traveler and International ney Farms. Dr. Fifield was shown Will Rogers-comes to the Ritz giving him his "lasting fidelityand to redeem their property

2. Farmers. June 5.HIGH. \-I/ lecturer, who Is gathering material through the Interesting colony for Theatre on Sunday in his latest unquestioning devotion."' after sale, thereby resulting In a

3. Families "stranded" In single SCHOOL.MUSICIANS ,'" In Florida for a series of lectures superannuated minister., and spoketo picture, ."Mr. Skltch," and for his great loss by this procedure instead y

dustry communities. TAMPA MEET and radio broadcasts.Dr. them later In the evc/ilng' at leading lady will have none other I of gaining, as is anticipated."'

--' -p- TO ATTEND- .. Fifield. who was brought to their chapel. than ZaSu Pitts, one of the screen's Action Would Save$1,50lTo Now, Therefore, the Board of q '

Orl Scout hOOD Bradford County High Starke by the Business Men's Club, Saturday morning warn spent at foremost comediennes.A County Commissioners of Bradford
The and at Dr Tib- In session assembledthis
I expressed himself as being well Keystone Heights the County special
for the considerable part of pic-
<< School time will at be the represented State High School pleased with this section of .the bet's camp on Lake Brooklyn. ture was filmed on location, with ( County 19th day of March, A. D. 1934. a
first much.of Interest to be do the Hon. David
state and thought It would be an There was numerous automobile and hereby petition
held In Tampaon
Organized e Music Festival to Ideal location for the person who seen at both places, and It was scenic spots as settings. Some of Sholts to recede from his said action ,

April 6T.Misses a location for a per midafternoonbefore ,i.the party in so far as It applies to the r
Marjorle'Stump and GuU- was seeking the splendors employed a. the Tax Coltecter Give EstimateBased
of reached the Florida State Prison county tax collector: of Bradford .r
While other parts .
'*w T; manent home. background for the film are the Of
Rorrults con On Proposition
Hike To Ktngsley da Thede will enter as piano
state offer more appealto Farm at Ralford which Dr.- Fifield County, Florida, and that said tax:
Lake This Afternoon la also planned to have agirls' the might spectacular eruption of Old Faith- Newspaper
-Mr* testant. It had repeatedly expressed himself collector of Bradford County be allowed
tourist. It is the home-maker
ful Geyser the beauty of the falls
Darby club attend composed -
Captain glee does most to build a community as wishing to see. ; to keep the tax books open
who up
Annie and lake In Yellowstone Park, and estimated of I
of the following; members: shown Based on an saving until June 1 1934, that th. taxpayers
A Girl troop; Dr. Fifield said. Tbe lecturer was throughall so
Scout was organized Martha the awe-Inspiring magnificence of and five hundred
Tucker Rhoda Zeigler between four
Laura enabled to theirtaxes
>ere well-known lecturer was departments at the prison and will be pay
last.week with Mrs. J. M. The the Grand
Powell, Dorothy Sapp Lots Canyln. thousand dollars, which will mean
arby, captain and Miss Rosalind Thede kept busy during his two-day visit special permission was granted him Other members of the cast Include on from revenue anticipatedfrom y
Lola Adkins, Gullda approximately two mills saving t tcrops
cobs Long Bradford County, filling six to see the death celt and the elec- sale of their strawberry;
and Miss Annie Mae Pearce Hogsed, Martha Brownlee, to Rochelle: Hudson Florence the total tax levy, the public spirited -
"u Kitty and visitingsuch tric chair. The workings of Florlda'as i
nants. Seventeen girl were Lillian Steinberg and :Mildred speaking engagements Diamond Harry Green Charles. action of the Florida papers .

"oiled aVe and although no tests Hundley.:Miss: :Marjorie Stump will Interesting places as and Penney the; him prison and system he stated were that explainedto it was Starrett. and Eugene Pallette. designated to print the county tax JAMES F. lIKES!! ENTEIIS:
been Heights
*gin given yet, the troop will be accompanist. Farms, Keystone Prison Farm. different from almost any he had Huts will save the taxpayers of this RACE FOR U. !S. 8ENATK:
activities at with. a Florida BAPTISTS WILL HEAR
once Is
held these festivals county at least $1,000.
"Ike Tampa has In visited and that he consideredthe -
to Dr. and Mrs. Fifield arrived ever NEW PASTOR SUNDAY
Is afternoon Klngsley Lake planned .for for the past several years at which Starke from Jacksonville on the Florida system superior to about two mills on the assessed James F. Bikes of St. Petersburg.State ,

The glee clubs, bands and orchestras bus FridayThey were met many. Rev. C. B. Price of :Miami who valuation In this county. Senator for the Eleventh District
troop noon
lIBders will members their From various high schools are rep- a committee from the Business Sunday was-a busy day for. the has been called as pastor of the The resolution, which was actively announced his candidacy this
lie lake on leave foot. after school for resented. At the last meeting Men's Club and were carried to the distinguished visitor. He spoke at First Baptist Church, with his family approved by fifty-two of the week for the United States Senate Y;

eat They will cook there were 4.000 contestants In Cafe where a special the Presbyterian Church in themorning will arrive In Starke the latter sixty-seven newspapers and passIvely to fill the poet now occupied: b/ {
tee the supper at the lake and group and solo .Instruments and luncheon was held In honor of the ,. again visited the prison part of this week, and h. will deliver endorsed by all but three, Park Trammell. .I

urn campfire they plan to re- rolce. vial tors. farm where he addressed the prisoners both morning and evening suggested to the cabinet that the Senator Slkes gained statewide

walking-ever the lecturer stepped in the afternoon, and lectured : sermons Sunday at the regular tax: collectors be Instructed to advertise recognition during the last sessionof
there h*> been much epee 'SHOT BY NEGRO soon as all the tax list u
atlOQ as to FIREMAN from the bus he announced that It to a large crowd la the eveningat hours., the Legislature through his con.
f what would happen HAS STABKE RELATIVES his wish to live off Bradford a union service held at the Rev. Price comes to Starke highly has been advertised In previous slstent efforts for a reduction In ,

m bl enabouut ed them In an au- E.Mi'ddletoa was to was strawberry shortcake during Methodist Church.: recommended especially for his years and that the collectors postpone the price of automobile license tog' ;f

r O\IVQ and< asked If halfway back to Jacksonville Mrs. W. today where she at- County the next two days and he seemed Before leaving Starke Dr. Fifield work with young people, and all and give the Legislature a and his fight to nave the twenty:4..,

lift they would. Uke tended the funeral of a nephew J. greatly pleased when a large expressed the satisfaction of himself members are especially urged to be chance to make other arrangements five per cent penalty on delinquent

The girls* divided Williams .Jacksonville fireman dish of red ripe berries was servedto and Mrs Fifield for the hospitality present Sunday to extend to him for handling the Flitch law purchase of tags suspended.
are Into two J.
trois. killed Wednesday him for dessert at the lunchein. and entertainment shown and his family a hearty welcome in requirement that all the property Senator Slkes Is forty year. of
and l early .
Member shot
of the first are: who was certified to the state be a
ranees he attempted to Immediately after this meeting them during their visit here. our midst. previously age, a native Floridian born at In- '
Peek leader. Dot morning as
Bishop '
schoolhouse He had many cheering words for advertised.This verve In Citrus County.
'lien him Fifield rushed to the
Stump Carol 'Vhife Elaine: flag down a,negroto .keep Dr. was r of
he addressed high our section of the state and wished M. J. SAPP ANNOUNCES will mean a' saving '. I

IItJUI Wards and, Pauy Cone,.: :Dvshla iron..running.over a fire la hose.moving school and where junior' high school indents -' ua the greatest success. in. otri de v/M-iJ. Sapp, Bradford County around $500,000, and J Inasmuch as BOY SCOUT! ; MEETINGt

Member Margaret Lowri:' TIM State! a of Florida bellboy ."His travel talk was greeted velopment In the future. .. tarpeewho lives( near New River, one. mill has been yielding a little An open air meeting will be held

e: of the second patrol rapidly to- bring UM negro.a to trial. with enthusiastic applause. Dr. Fifield will..* the materials. last week: announced! his declaim to over $200,000 In the State ef Florida by the Starke Boy Scouts and their'

earce Loraine, Smith leader Edna in a Jacksonville hotel he Later In the afternoon the world which he baa gathered on bill visit enter,the June Democratic primaries it would require at least a two scoutmaster. Charles Imbach. Friday T''

Shirley Geary.Betty lAB H e told police that be thought of the traveler. was) driven to some at the to Florid In broadcasts over fifty- for the office of State Railroad mill levy for next year, or a thirtyto evening at tile City Park at
AUdrey CarUale. Marguerite was being held up la spit .. said he fifty cent Increase state TW o'clock.' All Bconts to'
CIarlo. wan drtsssda fine 'strawberry .fields ....... Unree large station throoghent tile rnsssslsesiiini ''Mr. ape per : urged
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\\'Y' 'Ml'ew""", horn Friday night Alvarez and UtUe son, James, and children spent Saturday night and tlon and Mr, and Mrs. P N,
After spending several days at Mrs. Andrew Hutchinson of Vanderbilt Sunday with their parents, Mr. and man of Gum Branch were
HIGHLAND ZIFF HiaoxTtHe, Cn, with relatives. RISING were visiting H. M. McRae Mrs. N. D. Green of Heilbronn. relatives here Sunday. VihiUD

j' Bt K.: Crews, Cer.f' I ._ two al.. twwM_ Fred Shaw was In LaCrosse Sat _No ... II. M 'H.., C.... Sunday., J. W. Buddlngton and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hersey ?
urday.Tom. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McRae of Gwendolyn and Ernestine spent Jacksonville and Mr,
} : the week-end with last week at Sanford.Mr. Frank Merritt and M"
Plant of
t Wasden or Waldo was in City spent New River,
:ir' Mrs. Nelson Green and chiMren P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville was our section last Sunday.L. This!! community was saddened by relatives here. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Sunday guests of Mr. und 1ry{w
visiting, his parents here last week. Moore of Ft. Myers little of Pine Level see.i :M. Heraey.If J
of Starke spent Wednesday herewith R. Lewis left last Friday for the death of Morris L. Lewis last Mrs. Ophelia daughter
{, relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Waldo where he has employment. Wednesday night. It occurred aft- and Willie Lewis of Plant City who Mei
1i B. H. Ricks was a business visitor cons L. O. and Johnnie and daughter G. W. Rivers was in Starke Sat- er an illness of two week Mr. were called here by the death of
i ''I4 to Starke Wednesday. Lula Mae were visiting Mr. urday. Lewis was a good Christian man. their brother M. L. Lewis are i Wake Up Your Liver BilCalomel
e7 Mrs. W. A. Bessent Jr., ot and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham a fine husband and father. He wasa spending a few days here with rela-
Starke Miss Vera Murray of Ft. last Sunday.Mr. member of the Pine Level Baptist tives.
C y ; F Mead and Fred Murray of White' Church and will be missed there. Eld. and Mrs. W. R. Hall of
and Mrs. D.
T and
i i Springs were visitors here Satur Dayal SAXTONMrs. as well as by his many friends. His Green Cove Springs, Mrs. Alice Alvarez -Withoasd\ i !
daughter. Marie, and son Morris,
P JF day. family has the sympathy of the of Starke and Mrs. W. M.
".y E. Prescott was In Lawtey Sat'' were visiting Mr. Dyal's parents W. A. Tyler Cor. entire community. The funeral Oliver of Pine Level visited the
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal last Sunday H. M. McRae Fri- And You'll Out of Bed If bill li not Bowing fr,.i.
r r urday.La was conducted by Eld. W. E. Hall bedside of Mrs. Jump! food doeen-t <"...e. It just ",
hf. <>y Silcox.: cf Starke and Joe of Green Cove Springs. day afte-noon. in the Morning Karin' to CoIf bowele. Ou bl Harrell of Lawtey were here Sat S. L. Prescott and L. O. and Joh- Mills Freda Brown of Double Mr. and Mrs. Vollle Starling of Ed Dritgers of Pine Level was a h... e thick, bad Ual. .,,4 JOur br..a r..
urday. hale Lewis were attending to Run Is visiting her sister Mrs. W. visitor here Friday. you feel sour and sunk and I. foul. .kln often break. out In |iii.
and Mrs.H.
f business In Etarka Wednesday.Mr. Starke were visiting Mr. the world lo.ks punk, don't swal iehee. Your hud ache and you held.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green ofI' A. Tyler. Mrs. J. N. Norman and daughter ""
M. McRae afternoon. and l out. Your whole
low a lot of salts, mineral water, system g I.1)0') '..J
and Mrs. R. R. Thomas Mildred, and Mrs. Leroy Norman
', Starke were visitors here Friday. were Mrs. H D. Tyler attended churchat It take
; tftoeej good, old
Crawford chewing
Mrs., Reba and children oil, laxative candy or : CARTEl'
W attending! to business In Starke of Heilbronn were visiting Mrs. H. UTTLB LIVER
Miss Oleeta Green accompanied Starke Sunday.O. make PILLS get th.
and them to "
them to Starke to spend the weekend Tuesday.H. T. Nelson and Odum McRae were din- M. McRae and Mrs. L. A. Crosby gum sweet and buoyant yousuddenly and pound of bile flowing frwl, UlT| ..?...
was a business visitor '
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh you feel "up and up; They .
t with her Mr. and Mrs B. Closby of Brooker Saturday.J. of sunshine.For conua" .
Rq parents was In In Lawtey Saturday., Connor Sunday. full Uerrul, harmleu. gentle v.it..tab.:. Z
h,' N. T. Green. our section Sunday. N. and F. N. Norman of Heil they can't do It. They only tiacte, amulne when It comes to
:lllaa InOk\or\
?, ; fli Mra. H C. Wlmberly Miss Ethel There will be servIces at Little lends Jean Tyler was visiting Miss Mildred Brown and Miss bronn Were business visitors here move the bowels and a mere move- the bllo flow fr. ly.: t
ay'' Ricks and Carson M. Griffin were Rock Church Saturday and Sun- in Heilbronn Springs Sat Vernlce Phillips of Sampson City Monday.Mrs. ment doesn't get at the cause. The But don't ..k for liver plllg. Ail h,
v t In Starke Sunday. urday. were visiting Miss Audrey McRae Paul Underhill and little son: reason f>/r your down-auJ-ot't Carter' Little Liver P.ll. Ik IIR 4
day.Mr. Miss! Viola Tyler was visiting Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Crosby feeling is your liver. It should name Carter1* Little Liver Pills, '
r; Rev Everett Godwin held morning and Mrs. J. W. were visiting on the red lithel. Relirat V J
services at the Baptist Church Purvis and Mrs. A. C. Sumner Sunday after Mr and Mrs. C. M. Phillips of Friday.Mr. pour cut two pounds of licj-'d' euhitllute... 2S, at drn, store.C3ECAU .. Wn
son. and daughter Lula bile Into h'wols dailw .
,f noon. ycur M O M. O.
k Sunday. Sampson City and Mrs. RalfordAM and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and JTV
i $ Among the business visitors here "

this week were Bill Reid. W. J. Bal "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES" ---Fair Enough ---ByPOP MOMANDJ

ley, C. C. Cannou and W. S. Weth
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e+ Jacksonville for a few days' vial >(to' ADDRESS AN' AHCOOLOM'T WELL Do 1XVT BUTT AH
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Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hazen, L. o "i
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Gainey attended church services at ;' I
3i Union Sunday.Mr. \' i!'

and Mrs. P. R. Gainey, Mr ( '1' lih f'' Q 0t "
F ;; and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and Mrs A., I Ca .'.
J. Pinholater spent Sunday In Jack "
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Miss Connie McGauley spent :;y yaj O Qv .w7z'f; b 01to 0 p ,a u o :'
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at the Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. Proper
and Mrs. J. R. Mott and children -

si Long attended Bridge Sunday.church services at Y t AINtf cAU1N'' AH"-R- 8tNJT\f\JL COME T' THINKfCClDEtiT3

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High School Journal IF

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STARK 1934 u : : NUMBER TWENTY-SIX: Ji f 'tUIl

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'--- HONOR ROLL ::1
BETTER BRADFO'D Senior PersonalitiesHelen CHAPEL PROGRAM Reminiscences GLOBE "J-., .. ,, 1

Norman Carroll ,
CAMPAIGN MAKES Anita Prather was born Let us see what the classes of LECTURE Mack Futch Bryan Harrell. Bar- t j .

M U C H PROGRESS December 8, 1914. in Mexico City. ON OUR SCHOOLSHenry 1926 and 1927 are doing: He at- WITH bara Keen Thomas Williams Roberta : I .1
""" JTto Beat Interest 01 Starke In 1925 being James William Brownlee- Parks Stephen ;
the She moved to I Whltfield Beverly i,,,
) of tended the Atlanta Dental College Dr. Jurors. W. Fl field. International<< Miss ,
man SCHOOL I unable to speak a word English.By President Florida Wildon, Merrill Jones.-- 'i.
BRADFORD and AlUJDD8&tDITORIAL Reports) Show Signs 01 Continued the end of that term of school, Educational II. Filer Association, And and served Ma internship at Boston Speaker.! Relates TrawlKxperlenom Olive ilsy Teacher .: .
Patrons Improvement In School Build- > Mass. He la now a prominent
What, however. Helen could talk almostas 'j.t T' : frJ
GradeRichard Jackson ;:
Ing And On.Grounds Col. A. L Boa Speak dentist of our city, Third!
young -- '
thanksto S
her classmates (
well as Tlllman Sara Barefoot ;
STAFF la mar Vernon
Thelnm SnelgrovShe Flfleld international
James W. ,
: the training of Hills Dr.
diligent The regular weekly chapel program in Macon, Ga. Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu Davis, VKB"ELMER"
The "BetterBradford" campaignIn ried and now living lecturer and world traveler .
Eunice Perkins, her teacher. She 'J i
_____ our school Is now surging aheadat after school on the third period Friday Annetta Williams-She holds a Bradford High a visit the Mary Dixon. Dorothy Lee Johns. ; ;
with Helen paid
1t1 SIIPp.-Aeet. Editor-In-Chief would stay was occupied by a couple of short in Birmingham Alvertlne Johnson, Patsy Keen. j -
roth' full speed. The Interest and cooperation her exercises in Eng- stenographic position sixth period Friday and delivered avery
and teach :
anghg Editor distinguished Doris Keen. .
two Katherine Klnlaw
talks by very
the have been Ala.Lois his experiences -
of pupils lecture on
lr Harler-Asst. :Man.... Editor lish), Helen is very attractive visitors President II. H. Filer of interesting Sara Sewall, Barbara Snow ClariceThomna.Mrs. 't .
well- resides He
carried out surprisingly hair and dark Edwards-She as a globe-trotter. (
___Exchange Editor having wavy amber ..ttencher
Association -
.. the Florida Educational Grace Wainwright, 4.
I I. I4ng.1..rwlckA.et.? Ex. Editor "Even great" Mr. Gray stated, brown eyes. Her likes Include the of the school Starke with her parents. Louring the state of Florida at !' ? t ;
roth)' Editor "than I expected." Many pupils and member Class of 1927: and has lectured in thirty .
___...Literary color blue going places meeting: and Col. A present ,
Jackson Dade
board of County
jIG A.st. Llt.rary Editor are keeping things In their present people and seeing things. She dislikes : Eugene Matthews He attendedV. cities to date. Fourth Grade- -Donald ,

.ter ulee Rchnoll Snydor. _____Sport Editor order and makhig new improve arguing, apples, and study L.American Boaz, colonel War. The in the two Spanish-wero remaining M. I. and graduated from Columbia Kin talk here dealt principally Otlmlu Haynes Enos Hayes,Rivers Odell 4'4.t"Jones !
A..t. Sport. Editor ments voluntarily without being New York. lie tour. He related Joe Allen Lander
1iIr'---- halls. While, as yet her life is undecided University. with a world-circling .
lIe their
from appear- :
AdkiflN- _Society Editor told or reminded. The majority of (though she favors nurs- over In now owner and editor of the starting from Kl Paso, wherehe Hundley Shirley Morgan, ThelmaKicks .

I. v Godwln- -_J"k Editor the student body are beginning to ing). ance here Thursday nlghLMr. minuteson Bradford County Telegraph. was asked to speak while the Geraldine Silcox. Mrs. '

vr.nr Anaorson Jr..Asst. Joke Editor take the long needed attitude that --- ideal Filer Thomas spoke a Jefferson few who Matthews has been very Mr\. \ other members of the party: were Hart, teacher. : i"i .
Reporter his
.ter Aunt!in_ the school is their own and It is advancementof In co-operating with the school taking lunch; he consented, and by We are very sorry that the above ; '
Enterta.lnmentrtb" Overatreet was did much for the
rtrnwnlee-___--_Reporter their personal task to uphold it, Walker Ga. Noyember education so in America. It is to launching the drive for a better I the time lunch was over. the air- honor rolls were omitted lost week.
born in Waycross, ,
and Elementary and take pride In doing so. school paper, which courtesy wo 'ship was ready to take off, A special P I
primary ,6, 1015, moving: to this tnm.he when Jefferson. also to whom we owe .
I Recent reports from the elementary was in the third grade. For the transplanting of rice from Italy much appreciate.Owen I box was packed however, and SHOWNTO

rooms show that they are stan- The rice in this Griffin-Holds a position Mr. Flfleld ate the longest meal of ti
nine years he has held a good to this country.
Calendar Of Events more than willing to do their partin dard of excellence record, being a country was soft and would decay aj secretary to General Collins in his life aboard the ship-one hun LARGE CROWDON

making a "Better Bradford." constant menace to opposing aspirants easily and Jefferson! took two St. Augustine Florida. dred thirty miles long. The ship WEDNESDAY :11

March 23-Senior As- They are continuing the work by to honor rolls. A few of his overcoat pockets full from Italy, Sam Sternbcrg-Attended University ,was flying at that rate and the :

Friday, Dcmorest' room making various Improvements,, likes are basketball, diamond ball, mailed it from France, and all the of Florida and graduatedfrom meal lasted one hour 41k. '.
emblY, Mrs. and on the : Atlanta Dental College. He from New York, Drama MtaicMl By MU.. MldiltatonV
both In the building swimming, reading action stories, rice In America today is descendantof Then, sailing 1, .
n charge. March 26--Special grounds. These many minor Improvements and being a member of Miss Mld- this small quantity. is now an interne in a hospital on the speaker related a few Incidents Spoken! RiiKllsh buss Well '

Monday, Mrs. Wall. are really too numer dleton's Spoken English class Colonel Boaz's talk dealt with Welfare Island New York. concerning the voyage and the lieceived lly Students

horua, directed March by 28-Hl-Y ous to mention, but are in the na (can't say that we blame him.) Teddy Roosevelt, the man of ac Joseph Thomas-Married Miss mechanism of the liner The ship's (i,

Wednesday, tures of general cleaning, painting, Holcomb dislikes "rowdyism," hy- tion. Roosevelt was the Presidentwho Lois Denmark. They are making supply of mlllc was furnished by a "Elmer," the much discussed I' :

:lub meeting. March 29-Elenentary refinishing. repairing, and keeping pocricy, and anything less than sent a fleet of war vessels their home in Starke. large steel electrified cow. Into drama given by the Spoken Eng '

Thursday. Miss Thelma the building and grounds clean and "A" on English. If his present ambition around the world to show off Cecil Whitehead-Married Miss whose gigantic abdomen butter, Huh class, finally reached maturity '.

chapel tidy. Courtesy and politeness I is realized he'll stand at the America's naval power and to interest Eleanor Arwood of Lawtey. They whey, cream, and evaporated milk Wednesday, March 14, when It was 1 .

Sllcox In charge.March 29 -Glee might also be mentioned as another head of this country's civil engineers Americans in his naval program have one attractive young son. were dumped, the combination undergoing shown In the auditorium before a

Thursday. Mrs. A. B. Important step being taken' in the coming decade. They are making their home In a retranaformatlon proc alzoable number of patrons of the :
Club, directed toward improvement. Much praise Both speakers stressed the Lawtey. ess which resulted In pure milk school. The Spoken English class

VaiL l la being given Mr. Gray for start- Jr. was born December school situation in Florida: today, Florence 1rewlI--.She attendedthe Tills cow furnished the necessary hall tried to let this play be their t
Sinclair Peek, ,
beneficial movement by management Florida State College for Women milk for'' 1200 people, on a trip theme work, and a fair representation
ing such a. Florida.He ,. caused, they say, poor
started a new 13, 1916, in Starke, '
achool has at Tallahasflcc. She married water and Middleton.; selected
Our from all sections of the school. at Tallahassee. Colonel around 25,000 miles of It was. Miss
Is to be and reserved. He
stem of government that is With such appreciation and backIng is very quiet intellectual Eons urged election of officials who Clifton Brown of Lawtey. They earth. the characters that would fit

rrled on by the students.school This andr it seems Impossible for the was student voted in the the Twelfth most Grade. His would do something for the schoolin have one very attractive little When the liner left New Yurk and drilled them until they did fit.
In our I Is
i novel system be movement to fail. legislation at the capital.Elementary daughter, In August they took a Christmastree : The drama. It must be admitted,
will reading
month greatest pleasures attended
\ last Gusslo Mae with
the standard
i and
enJoyed -
experiment. The In the upstairs department, the Ing to picture shows, and listeningto State College put In refrigeration, at least on the
ore or less an the Florida partyon here In Quite a number -
well continuing at full ambitious News a fireside Christmas plays shown
also He
wants to see Just bow work is the radio. very for Women at Tallahassee. She excells some.
iculty of December and far
ie students will be able to carry speed. With the foundation for a for he plans to a doctor or phar- married Randolph Boreo of Jacksonville .< the high seas the night of moons, numbers were two

i student government and Just "Better Bradford" already laid the macist. He possesses many good Walnwright's Third Grade Florida. Sho is now a 24. Preliminary Ann and Bashful

>v much executive ability the stunts main work now is to keep up the qualities. Such as his willingnessto Mrs.had charge of the weekly assembly popular member of the Brooker Mr. Flfleld told nhout visiting songs." "Glggllnir B. Wall and Kitty .:
started and Improve time his good room at Rome, and trod on Dan, by A.
have Colllseum
So let's try our very projects we help anyone any school faculty. the With
last Thursday.The nay:
possess. held "I'll Never
it and do everything; in our powto where It Is possible to do so."Interroom" disposition, good class work and was opened with a Elite JonesShe Is a graduate the ground that wan once stained Hoped!, and" Marjorie Stump
the in the program blood of Christians, menand You Again, by
competition the
this new system agreeableness. Scott She Is with
College. was
and flag salute, by of Agnes Pender. Charles
prayer the Charles
be song fed to
real- seems to who were
:st ever. We can do It If we clean-up assembly. After this avery now a popular member of the women Marjorie held 1\(
Interest the Prevatt and tigers because leading a
much among Allcemae Marguerite raving lions
arousing set.
was Gainesville younger had been
try. pre- two
students and teachers. Bigger and was born in 1915 In the beautiful Interesting program Mary Cnnovn-She attended the they upheld the religion of Christ I cat; evidently the a laugh
follows: crowd got
better bulletin boards] seem to be city of Starke. After she was three oented. It was"Somersaults"-.Barba-as Florida State College for Womenat This memorial spot was also the fighting. The of the dog as he

AUNTSASSYFRASS' nourishing in all the rooms. years old her parents moved to the Reading, Tallahassee. She Is a popular place where the ambition of theyoung out of the tactics to trip Marjorm
I wished
From all points In the school country where she has resided ever ra Announcements-Snow. : Gray. member of the younger set of man aspiring to the title attained oC"Roma's apparently twining the rope about her ..,
bas "A's" on I Strongest Young Man" up by
there seems to be a "Bigger and since. She always Band--This band In composed Starke. ;'
the making. her report card which goes to show Rythm .:Married W. It. Its climax. ThU was the ankles.
Better Bradford" in of Mrs.Wninwright's Edna Manning.
COLUMNLawtey. We hope to put 0.. fine finishing that Marguerite Is a bright student.She of the room and was trained Hart. She In a popular teacher in youth who started at an early age? I The two concluding numbers on! .
two song
J I school season by is a brunette and weighs 103( I department of to shoulder a mall cnlf. As tint the program were
to this the elementary "
touch of the great
her. This Is one Files On Us, by
likes all out-- by increased weight Ain't No
,Tlorlda. wcriing on these projects even pounds. Marguerite lower grades, Bradford County High School. calf grew I "They
In ;
swimming;. est projects man's muscle t.<. Hershfleld and! Hilly! .I: r.
the Sidney
especially caused
March 15, 1934. harder than ever before for the remainder door sports, Wainwright is due a Lucille! Mitchell-I She attendedSouthern young Built For '
also likes dancing manic and Mrs. She correspondingly, until the day ker and "One Umbrella
keepingthis she Lakeland.
at grow
of the year. By for this well. College ,.
ear Aunt Sassyfraaa deal of credit couples un
shorthand, going places and doing great Starke of festivities a stalwart young Two," sung by several
the work up we hope to make! our band.A of Iti. a popular member of the rain
I have been requested by brunette trained rythm group teen and wearing
and the prefers in of sturdy youth was der umbrellas
like bom.-a more things set and Is very specimen .
look a entire
iwtey boys attending B. H. S. to school that she Is lullabys were sung by the younger while the Miss Hazel turned the hot
attractive, and pleas- boys, although, I hear all church activities. to shoulder a largo ox, coats as
rite to and ask you to assist comfortable, Senior boy. Third\ Grade. The backstage, through th'
you to study A good attitude fond of a certain blond and the Fretlrlka Struth.-She married crowd roared I tit approval. on from
In solving our tremendous prob- ant place well few dislikes Include fair weath- Reading, "The Table attractive Mr. Flfield wished to stress
toward this would be that Her William Page, They have one point
m. known slogan "You Might As Well I er friends, stingy "Peanuts," and Chll.lr. --Joe Andrews Doll", ..-Clarice young son. hero was this: You can attain that door.Following' U, the list of characters .

Recently the Starke! girls have The Best." probably Physics. Marguerite U Song, "Japanese VlrglnllVeelu.- -She married ambition It you have patience and :
ton running after us and bother- planning to attend college and Thomas. You Meet A Fairy" Frank Carpenter. They have one develop yourself to moot the Lit Elmer, Sullivan Carter; Susl 4
S us until we can hardly stand it when she finishes her college Reading, 'very attractive young laughter creasing! respunt>lblllty, Kitty Hog ,d' Jeanie, Libert :
know CLASS to become eithera .George Hubbard. Jante( Whltfiek, ______ ____
nger. As you probably ENGLISH course she wishes Sticks"- -Kitty 'They are visiting relatives In Tho speaker's lecture was well I: Whllflcldi: June

0 Lawtey boys are great lovers SPONSOR public accountant or a commercial Piano Duet and"Chop Charles Pender. Starke at the present time. received by an interested audience, Mrs. Collier, Katherine Haynw..

peace and quiet consequently WILL teacher Hogsed of -Charles Pender. Harriet Rltch--PopullLr memberof who gave him a big hand when he Hubert, A. E. Wall;. Russell, Billy _________________

a are desperately In need of ad- ANOTHER SHOW Group songs- Is Here"- .Members the Starke younger set. She finished Parker;. Fannlbell, Holcomb Ovei-

.;\!. :Mary Elizabeth Pearce was Playlet, "Spring Grade. holds a responsible position In the street; Miss Penny, Bunny Canova i
Please answer my letter as soon born in Hampton, Florida, on of the local CWA office. I Pansy a dog.

1 posslblo and advise me as to Fund Received To Go For Much November 13 1916. She Is a Elizabeth Kendrlek--Married Mr. COMMITTEES ARE The clans reported that the gat _ _

hich would be the most suitable Discussed Secret' For typical brunette having brown CALL ASSEMBLYHELD Gibson. They are, making their ARRANGEDBY for the show was $18.70 with

line to follow. School hair and large brown eyes. TO home at Red Springs, N. C. TO BE which they will purchase tru ,

She is five feet two,.lnches tall and FRIDAY Grace Wood -- Married Newn NEW SYSTEM school a tine rift The latter, how. .

Desperately JOE yours.SHUFORD. The Spoken English class Is weighs 102 pounds. Mary takes ELECT OFFICERSStudent Walnwrlght. She Is a popular ; ever Is a secret yet.

sponsoring the show, "A Search great delight in dancing and is a teacher In the elementary depart. -

Starke Florida. For Beauty," on Wednesday March very good dancer. She baa a good ment of the Bradford County High rir..t Meeting Of MtiulenU' ICrprnmntatlve From A To Z

March 16 1934. 28, Everybody come and help them disposition Is very peppy, and Is t Representative Government School. She has recently organizeda Government heldLuist Gossip _

Dear Desperate.Joe: out. The money Is to go, on the always gay. She has been cheer Choown. Solona For Remainder rhythm band in her room. Monday Afternoon -

Your problem la 'indeed a serious "Spoken English Secret." leader in B. H. S. for the past four Of Term Hazel Mlddleton--She attendedthe EXTRA! EXTRA I The Seniors

e, so I have spent many thought- Miss Manassa, manager of the years and has made a very capableone. Florida State College for Women The Initial meeting of the stu. are enjoying some Senior privileged

I hours pondering over it. :I haveme Ritz Theatre, said that this was Mary's main ambition Is to A special assembly was called. at Tallahassee and since then dent' representative governmentof which were very generously givento _

to the conclusion that the one of the best pictures of the year be an efficient stenographer to a the fifth period Friday in the auditorium haa been an outstanding teacher In Bradford High School wall held them by Mr. Gray and their __ __ __ _

ason the Starke girls cannot and well worth seeing. large firm and have a "good-4ook- for the purpose of electing the Bradford County High School. taut Monday at the fifth period. sponsors, Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenter

we you alone Is because of your five prizes given ing" boss. She likes to dance permanent officials for the students' represen- She in a popular member of the Every representative and officer .

resistible charms, your pleasing There will be of lucky numberS.Don't waves, to ting and act and tative government .of Bradford Starke younger set. was present including Mr. Gray, SPECIAL ATTENTION! It took _

rsonality, your good looks, and away to holders attend this show, Senior Privileges. Her dislikes Include High School for the remainder of Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Long.It the Senior buys three class meetings

ur winning ways. If you want fall to washing dishes and. writing the current term. As only the four waa decided that the first to decide what they wouldwear ____ _________
tickets from representatives AUTHORITYON
m to cease bothering you tell all and buy your English term papers. highest grades are to take part in step would be the formation of the commencement night. Triejr
e Lawtey boys to do away with of the students the government. these grades alone EDUCATION different committee Some of can never accuse the girls of being

m e well known asset* class. Don't turn these ticket.. Robert Calvin Johns was born In were privileged to vote In the elec these the*home room Is in chargeof "fussy about their clothes" again. 'ti. _ _

Advisably yours, away without buying a Greensburg, Ind., December 13: LECTURES HERE such an the attendance commit as it only took them ten minutes to M _____ ___

AUNT SASSYFRASS. 1913. While very young he movedto tion.The highlight of the election was tee, cheer-up committee and committee ; decide about their clothes to the

SENIOR FACTS Florida, to the city of Fernan- the body's choice of a very capable Florida. Edu. OA manners and morals; boys thirty minutes. The final do- ,

HI SOCIETY dlna. From there he moved to president Sullivan Carter. Not II.'atlomellIIIOC'laUon II. Filer, I'rwildreit .. MainSpmlier while such aa the office commit. I vIsion was white flannel trousers,
Prettiest Girl Lois Adkins and Tampa and then to Hampton,, only Is Sullivan a leader In athletics ( tee chapel, halls, and grounds committees < black coats and black ties. Look

Lula Redgrave (tie) ; Best Looking where he has lived ever since.Bob and other diversions in are to be elected or appointed right nice, won't ItT Speaking of

n'ornml Social .. From All Of Boy. S. R. Johns, Jr.f Most Popular bie, as everyone cans him has which brawn rules aa master, but H. Filer-of Miami president by the court aa It wouldbe commencement I overheard a girl

B. II. 8. Girl Kitty Hogsed;; Most: Popular been a student at B. H. S. for three he also excels where a little gray If. Educational Association Impossible for the Individual nay the other day that If the Senior

Boy Sullivan Carter; Most Athletic years, this being his last. Among matter ia involved. Besides this. of the Florida and room. to elect these separately.The girls would Just wear white satin
the speaker
Miss LoU T ong, Mlas Lois Ad- Girl. Marjorie Stump; Most his likes may be listed the Brooker he plays the role of official "ladles' was forceful principle and graphic outlineof representatives in the court she would bring along the cheese! _________

Ins and Robert Chapman were Athletic Boy Sullivan CarteJ'; Beat boys reading and a quiet atmos man" for B. H. S. gave a free school system shall. In the first case bring the cloth make them all veils and with ,

Mtors In JacksonvlUe Friday. Dressed Girl. LoU Adkins;. Best phere. He dislikes deceit quarrel- The list of officers which follows the public auditorium matters of''electing committee,, their calla lilies they would make

lie Among the visitors. In Jackaon- Dressed Boy, Richard Thede; Best lag, and "rowdy" friends. We regret waa chosen In this ,manner: A at Thursday the Bradford evening.High Supt- Z. E. Boaa generally lonnUUng of one or two, "some swell spring brides." Maybe

Saturday were Miss: Kitty All-Round Student, Louise Jack- to hear that Bobble does not president from the Senior class, a talk on before the room he represents and she doesn't know that it takes two

"gaei. Miss Bunnle Canova. Miss son: Biggest Bluffer, Lacy nrtcb; expect to go to college. He ..,. vice-president from the Junior of Flagler condition County of schools gave: In a Florida. an election will be held. In the to get married.
,"?" Haynes. Miss KatherynMis Cutest Mary Pearce; Lazlert. S. B- that be. expect to go Into the produce das, a secretary from among the statistics showing latter case the election of other Can you recognize the following

Miss Dorothy Rltch. Miss Johns Jr.; Moat Sarcastic. Beanie business when be finishes\ high Sophomores a treasurer from the Mr.the Filer quoted low cent for committees will receive attention B. H. 8. celebrities by their "nick _______________
present per
artha Powell. MIsS LoU Long Canova; Most Studious Dorothy school. We wish him much success Freshmen, and a reporter from the schools from Florida's tax dollar: at an early meeting.So name*"? "Mean" Powell (.1rink. -

rs' T. T. Long and Mr. D. P, Swanbom: Friendliest Louis and feel that some day he will four grades as a whole. In 193O only twenty.five per cent of far this system of student ." Hogsed, "Roach" Sternber ..

a'9eflter Jackson Noisiest Bee Miner; Pep- make a successful business man. President Sullivan Carter; vice- it was devoted to( the schools. government U working very "Rabbit" Canova, "Farmer" T>>

Miss Martha PoweU and Miss piest. Kitty Hogsed; Best Sport, A. -- president, Edwin Torode; secretary Florida I. devoting the least smoothly Indeed. The members of rode "LambU Pie" Stump "KJpling" -

artha Brownlee were visitor In E. Wall Jr.; Most Dignified Lola I Pauline Priest-Born in High Gullda Marie Thede; treasurer Andrew amount of any state in the Unionto the student court earnestly solicit Faulkner "Bird" Long ard\ ,
'a'nesvtIle' Friday afternoon. Conceited, Lois Ad- Florida in 1915. A blue Taylor; reporter, Lester Aus "Reverend" Futch.
They i Long; Most Springs I schools. Florida's per cent support of the lower grades, aa

ere accompanied home by Milton. kiDS; Moat Intellectual. S. L. eyed baby. She moved to Starke tin.With would be even lower If indirect: thla system of government will perhaps One of our Seniors Kitty 1Ir J- __ ___ ______
rOwnJee Who spent the week-end Peek, Jr.These three years ago from Cedar Key. : this list of formidable leaders taxes-auch aa fees collected by be extended to them In some sad, made her debut in element,'y '

ttb his parent, facts were obtained by a Among her likes are Chemistry the students' representative county official. were taken Into ac extent in the future provided they chapel the other day. by playing a

)0(... and good looking brunette. government of Bradford High duet "Chop Sticks,' with Charles _
Kitty Hoped .pant the day recent vote of Senior High School Lab but count. Politicians think that teachers how Interest in It awl U it la successful _
few dislikes School destined to go places has taken a
baa seems Pender. She never
Jacksonville She very in the higher grades.It .
Sunday; with her students are too timid to stick together.
lint. among them are boisterous people. and do things.Of lesson In her Ufa therefore you

scattered She .la not quite five feet taIL More conditionof can Imagine\ how it sounded. They t
Mi15 Lois 1 countries) The mind J..slow In unlearning U. Impossible In our
Lot'- Many
and MIA Lola height to her! She seems to be the manuscript of the Greek I the even her an encore. By the
:dkln.e were visitor to the State throughout the world have contributed .te what 1. baa been long In learning. society not to be sometimes gave
Her desire 170 extant -
and happy. Demosthenes, are baa
<\I'JI\ Sunday. to Florida's abundant plant healthy i Seneca. BDOb.-Thackeray: way Kitty a new permanent
A. E. to be a trained nurse and it surely does look nice.
Wall _
'pnt the week-end life. '
Iladlaoo. with "locked" atltcbea It's but IltUe good you'll do, ni fortune never crushed that
Mimi received twenty- In a recent week U1.00Ct< unemployed Silk hosiery the last year. crop.- man whom good fortune deceived Napoleon left his snuff box to
Mlddleton was, visiting MIA Julius -Caesar returned to prohibit "running" la. on the .terinC
In the United Kingdom Holland.Bradford .
*hel band of ate not.-Johnson. Lady
SmJth IlL Madljlon during three wound at the market. Eliot.
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Mae, returned home Friday night J Alvarez and little son, James, and children spent Saturday night and tlon and Mr. and Mrs. F N. N"
with their parents, Mr. and man of Gum Branch ro
after spending several days at Mrs. Andrew Hutchinson of Vanderbilt Sunday were i Visit
HIGHLAND ZIFF Hlnesvllle, Ga, with relatives.. RISING were visiting H. M. McRae Mrs. N. D. Green, of Hellbronn.J. relatives here Sunday

M. E. Crew Cor. I Mlmm imlm tin. te..l.. c... Fred Shaw was In LaCrosse Sat- Mr. H. K. 11.,_.. C... Sunday. W. Buddlngton Ernestine and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hereev,
pa q. } urday. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McRae of Gwendolyn and spent Jacksonville and Mr and(
it week-end with last week: at Sanford. Frank Merritt
the of
Plant City spent New
+,tb '1r Tom Wasden or Waldo was in RiverVet
1'' Mrs. Nelson Green and childrenof P. W: Lewis of Jacksonville was our EJection last Sunday.L. This community was saddened by relatives here Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Sunday guests of Mr, and 1.11'1.
Starke spent Wednesday( herewith visiting his parents here last week. R. Lewis left last Friday for the death of Morris L. Lewis last Mrs. Ophelia Moore of Ft. Myers little dauguter of Pine Level sec M. Hersey. '

relatives. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis and Waldo where he has employment.G. Wednesday night. It occurred after and Willie Lewis of Plant City, who

tiii5l 1 B. H. Ricks was a business visitor eons, L. O. and Johnnie, and daughter W. Rivers was In Starke Saturday an Illness of two weeks Mr. were called here by the death of
h to Starke Wednesday. Lula Mae, were visiting Mr. Lewis was a good Christian man, their brother, M. L. Lewis, are Wake Up Your Liver BileWithoCalomel]
jn Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Jr., of and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham I I a fine husband and father. He! wasa spending a few days here with rela-

a i t; Starke, Miss Vera Murray of Ft. last Sunday.Mr. member of the Pine Level Baptist tives.
t Mead and Fred Murray of White Church, and will be missed there, Eld. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of
; and Mrs. T. D. Dayal and
t Springs were visitors here Satur- SAXTONMrs. as well as by his many friends His Green Cove Springs, Mrs. Alice Al- -
,1 daughter Marie, and Morris,
day. son family! has the sympathy of the varez of Starke and Mrs. W. M.
}y 3 In Lawtey Sat- were visiting Mr. Dyal's parents, W. A. Tyler, Cor. entire community. The funeral Oliver of Pine Level visited the -
y t Ua, E. Prescott was Mr. and Mrs. O. W. last Sun If this bit. la
Dyal, mot
urday. was conducted by Eld. W. E. Hall bedside of Mrs. H. M. McRae Friday And You'll Jump Out of Bed food dam- dim flowing lady, ys"
{ ;'Y Lacy Silcox of Starke and Joe day.S.. of Green Cove Springs. afternoon.Ed in the Morning Raorin' to Go boweli. Ou .bloats np rout lust itoanekV deean" .-!
of were here Sat- L. Prescott and L. O. and Joh- Miss Freda Brown of Double Drlggers of Pine Level was a have. thiok. .bad. U.U aDd joatbrSl
Harrell Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Vollle Starling
.c q > hnle Lewis were attending to Run is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. visitor here Friday. If you feel sour and sunk and I. foul .Ma often breaks out I. btalUhn. ?
{ urday. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ......
business in Etarka the world lovks punk, don't swallow Your uhei end you fool
Wednesday A. Tyler. Mrs. J. N. Norman and daughter, ; dots
t' Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green of H. M. McRae Sunday afternoon.Mrs. lot of salts mineral water and out. Your whole system It ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thomas Mildred, and Mrs. Leroy Normanof
+ were Mrs. H. D.
Starke were visitors here Friday. Tyler attended church old
Reba Crawford and children oil, laxative candy or chewinggum PILLS CARTEl
l attending to business in Starke at Starke Hellbronn were visiting Mrs. H. to
j 4L Miss Oloeta Green accompanied Sunday. and them to make Ir.t tho"ht
and Odum McRae were dinner you
and Mrs. L. A. Crosby pound of bile flowlru freely) .
Tuesday. M. McRae IIId .
them to Starke to spend the week.end O. T. Nelson suddenly sweet and buoyant and "
was a business visitor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh you feel "D .nd liD" They conum w,1derrul
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby of Brooker was in In Lawtey Saturday.Miss Connor Sunday. Saturday full of sunshine. ".rmle... gentle veueubli
/ N. T. Green. our section Sunday. J. N. and F. N. Norman of Hell For they can't do It. They only tracts unuln when It oomi-i to mute a.
Jean Tyler was visiting Miss Mildred Brown and Miss visitors here the bll. flow freely.
t Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Ethel There will be services at Little bronn were move the bowels and a mere move- :
Ricks and Carson M. Grlffls were Rock Church Saturday and Sunday in Hellbronn Springs Sat Vernica Phillips of Sampson City Monday.Mrs. ment doesn't got at the cause. Tho But don't ask for liver pllli. Aik;I.
In Starke Sunday. urday. were visiting Miss Audrey McRae Paul Underhill and little sot reason for your down-and-out Carter1. Utllo Liver pin. Look for 110!
r name C.rter'l tAttle Liver Pills,]|
Rev. Everett Godwin held mornIng Mr. Miss Viola Tyler was visiting Sunday afternoon. were visiting Mrs. L. A. Crosby feeling is your liver. It should! .an the red. label. Rutont xfji]
services at the Baptist Church and Mrs. J. W Lewis and Mrs. A. C. Sumner Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Phillips of Friday. pour out two pounds. of liq"'ti l ul.itllute.. 29* at dmic stores WMOTI
son, Purvis, and bile into hw ril\ihr
daughter Lula < rfc
noon. and ycur c: M. Co.
Sunday. Sampson City and Mrs. Ralford Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas *_

1 this Among week were the business Bill Reid visitors, W. J.here Bailey -I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES" ---Fair Enough ---By POP MOMANDTAM

f C. C. Cannon and W. S. Weth _, .

', erington Albert of Crews Jacksonville.left Sunday for ( I dgowN' f -OoL.ICIAI -DE!, MAID WHAT? AH' DoNE Fo StoTe 17 AH MEANT Tb QECAUSe P'T\

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Miss Connie McGauley spent! 1111, y T.aoeit.tM assess.., o p).Lt.tt i. .): t t",
Thursday night in Hampton with _
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at the Baptist Church Sunday.
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week here with his grandparents 1y AELIDL'NT GROW ON TREES \ HCH HtW SflOIM' v 9USINE55t i, _
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Anita Prather was born Let us see what the classes of First Grade--Norman Carroll + ru

Loted to the Boat to4"*"* of M U C H PROGRESS December 8, 1914, in Mexico City ON OUR SCHOOLS 1928 and 1927 are doing; WITH LECTURE Mack Futon. Bryan Harrell, Barbara ,
She moved to Starke In 1923. being James William Brownlee-He at- 'Keen, Thomas Williams Roberta + {h

IBB\DFORD mou SCHOOL Reports Show Signs. Of Continued unable to speak a word of English. tended the Atlanta Dental Collegeand Whltfleld, Beverly Parks, Stephen ) t
Henry II. Filer. President Florida Dr. James W Flfleld International
Alumnae. ,
Lents and By the end of that term of !
Patrons Improvement In School BuildIng school Educational served his Internship at Boston, Wildon Merrill Jones.-Misa 1I. !'
Association And Relate TravelExperiences
however, Helen could talk almost '
__ And On.Grounds Col. A. L Booa Speak Mass He Is now a prominent Olive Ray Teacher. .1.1Third
EDITORIAL STAFF as well as her classmates) (thanksto young dentist of our city, GradeRichard Jackson: j

The "Better Bradford" campaignin the diligent training of Miss Thelma Snelgrove-She is mar Vernon Tillman Sara Barefoot '
The regular weekly chapel pro- Dr. James W Infield International ,
Eunice Perkins
her teacher. She
logsedEditorlnChiefrothy < ried and now living in Macon, Oa.
Bi> our school Is now aheadat Gloria Ida Lulu Davis a
surging the Buford ,
.. Hdltor-ta-Chlef gram on third period Fridaywas lecturer and world traveler,
,_A t. would stay with Helen after school ,
SapP Annetta Williams-She holds a t
inhns. ______Manan! Editor full speed. The Interest and cooperation and teach her occupied by a couple of short In paid Bradford High a visit the Mary Dixon, Dorothy Lee Johns !' F'
stenographic position Birmingham t'
a Harter.-Asst Mana. Editor of the pupils have been lish). Helen is very attractive, talks by two very distinguished Ala. sixth period Friday and delivered a Alvertlne Johnson, Patsy Keen,, '+
I titer __ E=:change Editor carried out surprisingly well- having amber hair and dark visitors President H. II. Filer of very interesting lecture on his experiences Katherine Kinlaw, Doris Keen t
III tr Mar-wlck-A..u. .. Editor "Even great" Mr. Gray stated, brown eyes.wavy Her likes Include the the Florida Educational Associa- Lois Edwards--She resides in as a globe-trotter. Ha is Sara Sewall, Barbara Snow. ClariceThomas.

ulee Jackaon- .---Literary Editor "than I expected." Many pupilsare color blue, going places, meeting tion and member of the school Starke with her parents. touring the state of Florida at ,--Mrs. Grace Wainwright. 1 1 y

.w ulse Snydor, A.st. Literary Editor keeping things In their present people and seeing things. She dislikes board of Dade County, and Col. A. Class of 1927: present, and has lectured in thirty teacher ; x xa ,

" .t.r Schnell. ,______8 orb Editor order and makmg new Improvements arguing, apples, and study I L. Boaz, colonel In the Spanish- Eugene Matthews- attendedV. cities to date. Fourth Grade- Donald DuBois, h

rile 13ISgs. .AlIBt. sport. Editor Editor voluntarily without being halls. While, as yet her life is undecided American War. The two were remaining M. I. and graduated from Co- His. talk here dealt principally Otlmlu Haynes, Enos Hayes, Odell 4a V d' '

9a I. Adklns- ._ ._,____Soelety__"oke Editor told or reminded. The majority of I though she favors nursIng over from their appear- lumbia University New York. He with a world-circling: tour. He related Jones, Joe Allen Lander, Rivera a '
a nry aodwln. Aut. Joke Editor the student body are beginning to ). 1 ance here Thursday night. la now owner and editor of the starting from Kl Paso, where Hundley, Shirley Morgan, Thelma o
W,Anderaon take the long needed attitude that Mr. Filer Bradford County Telegraph. Mr. f I''
II ___-------Reporter spoke a he was asked to speak while tho RIckH Geraldine Silcox. Mrs.
? rater Austin----Entertainment the school is their own and it is -- his Ideal Thomas Jefferson who Matthews has been very generotis I other members> of the party! were Hart teacher. ? ti x

I h. rlh" __________ their personal task to uphold it, Walker Holcomb Overstreet was I did so much for the"1' advancementof In co-operating with the school in taking lunch; he consented, and by Wo are very Burry that the above l k
. Primary and Elementar, and take pride in doing so. born In Waycross, Ga., Noyember education In America. It Is to launching the drive for a better I the time lunch was over, the airship honor rolls. were omitted last week."ELMER" f }
'f Recent reports from the elementary 6, 1915: moving to this town whenhe Jefferson, also, to whom we owe school paper, which courtesy we was ready to take off. A special .' Jt
was In the third grade. For the of rice from much appreciate.Owen .
transplanting Italyto
rooms show that they are box was packed, however, and
a [Calendar Of Events more than willing to do their partIn nine years he has held a good stan- this country. The rice In this Griffin-Holds a position Mr Fifield ate the longest meal of SHOWN ,

making a "Better Bradford"They dard of excellence record being a country was soft and would decay aa secretary to General Collins In his life aboard the ship-one hundred TO LARGE CROWD '
constant menace to opposing aspirants easily and Jefferson> took two
-Senior As- are continuing the work by St. Augustine, Florida. thirty miles long. The ship ,
t I Friday March Demorest's room making various improvements, to honor rolls. A few of his overcoat pockets full from Italy Sam Sternberg-Attended University ,was flying at that rate and the ON WEDNESDAY
emblY, Mrs. both In the building and on the likes are basketball, diamond ball, mailed it from France, and all the of Florida and graduatedfrom meal lasted one hour.
charge. swimming reading action stories, rice In America today Is descendantof Atlanta Dental He -
) Monday, March 2ft-Special grounds. These many minor Improvements and being a member of Miss Mlddleton's this small quantity. Is now an Interne in College. Then, sailing from New York, Drum (Staged lly Mint Miildleion'itSpoken d, ,,
a hospital on
Wall. are really too numer- the related few incidents .
Mrs. speaker a
directed by Class Well r-
:borus, Spoken English classcan't Colonel Boaz's talk dealt with Welfare Island, Now York.
March 28-HI-Y ous to mention but are In the natures concerning the voyage and the Received Student '
Wednesday ( say that we blame him.) lly
the of
Roosevelt man ac- Joseph Thomas-Married :Miss ttir
of general cleaning, painting, j'
mechanism of the liner. The ship'ssupply
Holcomb dislikes
:tub "rowdyism hy- tion. Roosevelt
was the Presidentwho Lois Denmark.
They are making
Thursday March 29 -Elementary refinishing, repairing, and keepingthe pocrlcy, and anything less than sent a fleet of war vessels their home in Starke. of milk was furnished by a "Elmer," the much discussed .

chapel Miss Thelma building and grounds clean and "A" on English. If his present am- around the world to show offAmerlca's Cecil Whitehead-Married Miss large steel, electrified cow, into drama given> by the Spoken English

Bllcox in charge. tidy. Courtesy and politeness bition Is realized he'll stand at the naval power and to Interest Eleanor Arwood of Lawtey, They whose gigantic abdomen butter, clans, finally reached maturity {, t T
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March 29-Glee might also be mentioned as an- whey, cream, and evaporated milk 14 '
Thursday head of this country's civil engineers Americans !in his naval pro have one attractive young son. Wednesday! March when it was
tub, directed by Mrs. A. E. other important step being taken in the coming decade. wero dumped, the combination un. shown in the auditorium before a
gram. They are making their home In
Vail, toward Improvement. Much praiseIs I Both speakers streaked the Lawtey. dergoing a retransformatlon process : sizeable number of patrons of the ';; ',
being given Mr. Gray for start- which resulted In pure milk.
school. The English class
Sinclair Peek, Jr., was born December school situation In Florida today, Florence Andrews--She attendedthe > Spoken
started new Ing such a ,beneficial movement This cow furnished the necessary let this be their
a tried to
lour has play
school has Florida. caused, Florida State >
13, 1916, in Starke they say. by poor man- College for Women .
to be from all sections of the school milk for 1200 people, on a trip
Is fair
that and
latem theme work, a representation -
of government He Is very quiet and reserved He agement at Tallahassee. Colonel at Tallahassee. She married
This Is With such appreciation and ,back- around 25,000 miles of water and I '
Irried students. it was. Miss Middleton selected
on by the was voted the most Intellectual Boaz urged election of officials who Clifton Brown of Lawtey. They
| novel system In our school andr ing, It seems impossible for the student in the Twelfth Grade. His would do something for the schoolIn have one very attractive little earth. I the characters that would fit
| the last two months It will be movement to fall. greatest pleasures are reading go- legislation at the capital.Elementary :daughter. When the liner left New York. and _drilled them until they did fit.

lore or less an experiment. The In the upstairs department, the ing to picture shows and listeningto I Gussie Mae Bennett---She attended In August they took a Christmas The drama !It must be admitted, Is a aat
Iculty wants to see Just how welle work Is also\ continuing at full the radio. He is very ambitiousfor News the Florida State Collegefor tree put in refrigeration, and enJoyed least on the standard with all ;j

students will be able to ,carry speed. With the foundation for a he plans to a doctor or phar- Women at Tallahassee. She a fireside Christmas party' plays shown here In quite a number 'G

student government and Just "Better Bradford" already laid, the macist. He possesses many good married Randolph Borco of Jacksonville on the high seas the night of December of moons, and far excells some '

,w much executive ability the stu- main work now is to keep up the qualities Such as his willingnessto Mrs. Wainwright's Third Grade Florida She Is now a 24. Preliminary numbers were two )

nts possess. So let's try our very projects we have started and Im- help anyone any time, his good room had charge: of the weekly as- popular member of the Brooker Mr. Flfteld told about visiting songs, "Giggling Ann and Bashful

st and do everything our pow- prove where It is possible to do ao disposition, good class work, and sembly, held last Thursday. school faculty. the Colllseum at Rome, and trod on Dan,", by A. K. Wall and Kitty
to make this new system the "Inter-room" competition in the agreeableness. i The program was opened with a Elite Jones- -She is a graduateof the ground that was once stained Hogsed. and "I'll Never Play With b,

tat ever. We can do It If we real- 'clean-up movement seems to be song, prayer and flag salute by Agnes Scott College.> She U with the blood of Christians men I You Again," by Marjorie Stump yore

ftry. arousing much Interest among the Allcemae Marguerite Prevail the entire assembly. After this a now a popular member of the and women who were fed to the and Charles Tender. Charles was t

students and teachers. Bigger and was born In 1915 In the beautiful very Interesting program, was pre- Gainesville younger set. raving \lions and tigers because. leading a dog and Marjorie held a 4
better bulletin boards seem to be city of Starke. After she was three sented. It was as follows: Mary Canova-She attended" tho they upheld the religion of Christ i cat: evidently the two had been ? .

AUNTSASSYFRASS' flourishing In all the rooms. years old her parents moved to the Reading, "Somersaults"-Barbara Florida State College for Womenat This memorial spot was also the : fighting. The crowd got a laugh

From all points In the school 'I country where tine has resided ever Snow. Tallahassee.: She Is a popular place where tho ambition of the out of the tactics of the dog as he

there seems to be a "Bigger and xlnce. She always has ."A's" on Announcements. Gray. member of the younger set of young man aspiring to the title of I apparently wished to trip Marjorie +
COLUMN Better Bradford" In the making. her report card which goes to show Rythm Band--This band la' composed Starke. "Rome's Strongest Young Mnn" attained up by twining the rope about her liu

We hope to put a, fine finishing that Marguerite Is a bright student. of .the members of Mrs.Wainwrights Edna Manning Married W. 11. Its climax. This was. the ankles.
touch to this school season by She Is a brunette and weighs 105 room nod was trained Hart. She !is a popular teacher In youth who started at an early ugo, I The two concluding numbers oa !

Lawtey, Florida. working on these projects even pounds Marguerite likes all out- by her. This I ht one of the great the elementary department of to shoulder a tnrmll en If. Aa the the program were two nongt 4

March 15, 1934. harder than ever before for the re- door sports, especially swimming, est projects In the lower grades, Bradford County High School. calf grew Ills increased weight [ "They Ain't No Files On Us," by I..
'u Aunt Sassyfrass; mainder of the year. By keeping "she, also likes dancing, music and Mrs. Wainwright !is. due a Lucille!\ MitchellShe' attended> caused the young mail's muutles to, Sidney Hershfteld and Billy Parker ,i

I have been requested by the this work up we hope to make our shorthand, going places and doing great deal of credit for thin well- Southern College at Lakeland She grow correspondingly, until the dRY .1, and "One Umbrella Built For' ;

nwtey boys attending B. H. S. to school look like a home-a more things, a"d the prefers brunette trained rythm band.! A group of is a popular member of the Starke of feHtivltliei stalwart young: .Two," sung by several' couples un 1

rite to you and ask you to assistin comfortable, attractive, and pleas- boys, although, I hear that she Is lullabys were sung by the entire younger set and Is very active In spoclment of sturdy youth was suuu I der umbrellas and wearing rain
solving our tremendous prob- ant place to study A good attitude fond of a certain blond Senior boy. Third Grade. all church Activities. to shoulder a hugo ox, while the coats as Miss Hazel turned the lioi .
m. toward this would be that well Her few dislikes Include fair weather Reading, "The Table and the Fredrlka Btruth--She married crowd roared IU approval The : on from backstage, through the,

have known slogan, "You Might As Well friends, stingy "Peanuts" and Chair".-.Joe Andrews, William Page, They have one attractive point Mr. Flfleld" wished to stress 'door, '
the Starke
en Recently after and girls bother- Have The Best." probably Physics. Marguerite Is Song, "Japanese Doll"-Clarice young son here was this: You can attain that Following la. the lint of chap '
running us planning to attend college and Thomas. Virginia Weeks-She married ambition if you have patience and
g us until we can hardly stand It when she finishes her college Reading "If You Meet A Fairy" Frank Carpenter. They have one develop\ yourself to meet the In'' ter.i: Sullivan Carter Suet d
know Elmer, ;
nger. As you probably ENGLISH CLASS course she wishes to become eithera -George Hubbard. very attractive young daughter, creasing reHpontilblllty. Jeanie, Libert,
e Lawtey boys are great lovers public accountant or a commercial Piano Duet, "Chop Sticks"-,Kitty They are visiting relatives In The lecture well Kitty Hogsed
WILL SPONSOR speaker's was 'Whltfleld; Jane, June Whltflelc" ,
peace and quiet consequentlye
Starke at the
teacher. Ilogsed and Charles Pcnder. present time.
of ad- received by an interested audience, ,Mrs. Collier, Katherine Mayn,
are desperately in need W
e.; ANOTHERSHOW Group of songs- -Charles Pender Rltch- Popular member who gave him a big hand when he Hubert A. K. Wall; Russell, Billy
Mary Elizabeth Pearce was Playlet, "Spring Is Here"---Members of the Starke younger sot. She finished. Parker Fannlhell, Holcomb Ovei
Please answer my letter as soon born In Hampton, Florida, on of the Third Grade. holds a responsible position In the ;
1 to Funds. Received> To Go For Much street; Miss Penny, Bunny Canova ;
possible and advise me as November 13, 1918. She la a local CWA office.
hlch would be the most suitable Discussed. Secret For 'typical brunette, having brown CALL ASSEMBLYHELD 'Elizabeth Kendrlck--Married Mr. COMMITTEES ARE Pansy a dog.
that the gatl
The class
urae to follow. School i hair and large brown eyes. Gibson.. They are, making their
for the show was $16.70, with
Desperately yours, I She Is five feet twolnches tall and FRIDAY TO home at Red Springs N. C. TO BE ARRANGEDBY will tbi
which purchase
Is they
The Spoken English class 104 Mary takes ,Grace Wood Married Newn
JOE SHUFORD. weighs pounds.
the show !'A Search ELECT OFFICERS She NEW SYSTEM school a fine gift. The latter how.
sponsoring great delight in dancing and is a Wainwright is a popular ,
Starke, Florida. For Beauty," on Wednesday, March teacher In the I ever, l secret yet.Gossip .
March 16 1934.y very good dancer. She bas a good elementary depart _
28, Everybody come and help them disposition is very peppy and is 8tucJton Representative Government ment of the Bradford County High First Meeting Of Htudent Ilepr
Your Dear Despet'ateJoe: !out. The money Is to go on .the always gay. She has been cheer Choonew" Solons For Remainder School. She has recently organizeda Mrntatlve lovernntent. HeldLust I From A To Z
problem is Indeed a serious "Spoken English Secret. leader !in B. H. S. for the past four Of Term rhythm band in her room. Monday AfternoonThe r

I e hours, so I have spent many thought- Miss Manassa, manager of the I years and has made a very capable Hazel" Mlddleton She attendedthe i EXTRA) EXTRA! The Seniors

me to pondering the over it. I have Ritz Theatre, said that this was one. Mary's main ambition is to A special assembly waa called} Florida State College for Women Initial meeting of the stu-I are enjoying some Senior privileges

""on the conclusion that the one of the best pictures of the year be an efficient stenographer to a the fifth period Friday in the auditorium at Tallahassee and since then dent's representative government which were very generously givento j
live Starke girls cannot and well worth seeing. large firm and have a "goodlooking" for the purpose of electing has been an outstanding teacher In of Bradford High School! was held them by Mr. Gray and their 4

resistible you alone Is because of your There will be five prizes given boss. She likes to dance, per officials for the students' representative the Bradford County High School. last Monday at the fifth period. sponsors, Mrs. Long and Mrs. Car ;

"rsonality charms!, your pleasing away to holders of lucky numberll.Don't manent waves, to sing and act, and government ,of Bradford She is a popular member of the I Every representative and officer penter. ,,, f
your good looks, Senior Privileges. Her dislikes Include Starke younger set. was present Including Mr Gray,
)'ir I fall to attend this show High School for the remainder of SPECIAL ATTENTION! It took
e m winning to cease bothering ways. If you tell want all and buy your tickets from repre washing dishes and' writing the current term. As only the four Mrs Carpenter and Mrs. Long.It the Senior boys three class meetings I

e Lawtey to you sentatives of the Spoken English term papers. highest grades are to take part in AN AUTHORITYON was decided that the first to decide what they would ,1
boys do with
ese well known away class. Don't turn these students the government these grades alone step would be the formation of the wear commencement night. They
assetsAdvisably away without buying a ticket. Robert Calvin Johns was born in I were privileged to vote in the elec- EDUCATION different committees. Some of can never accuse the girls of being
;yours.. Greenaburg. Ind.. December 15: these the'liome room Is In charge Tussv about their clothes" again.
1916. While very young, he movedto highlight- -- of the election was of. such as the attendance commit.tee it only took them ten minute to

SENIOR FACTS Florida, to the city of Fernan- the body's choice of a very capable cheer-up committee, and committee decide about their clothes to the
HI SOCIETY dina. From there he moved to president Sullivan Carter. Not II. II. Filer, President Florida Kdu-,; on manners and moral; boys thirty minutes. The final da-

Prettiest Girl .Lois Adklns and Tampa and then to Hampton, only is Sullivan a leader In athletics rational AMoclulInn Is M"ln while such as the office committee clslon was white flannel trousers,
Lula Redgrave (tie) ; Best Looking where he has lived ever since,Bobbie chapel halls and
|'ormul Social Chat From All Of and other diversions In Speaker grounds committees black coats, and block ties. Look
B. II. S. Boy a. R. Johns Jr.; Most Popular as everyone cans him has which brawn rules as master but are to be elected or appointed right nice, won't It? Speaking of
Girl. Kitty Hogseii; Most Popular been a student at B. H. S. for three he also excels where a little gray H. H. Filer of Miami, presidentof by the court as It wouldbe commencement, I overheard a girt 1 e I

Miss Lou Long Miss Lois Ad- Boy. Sullivan Carter Most Ath- years this being his last Among matter is Involved. Besides this, the Florida Educational Association Impossible for the Individual ay the other day that If the Senior
"w and Robert Chapman ,were letic Girl. Marjorie Stamp; Most his likes may be listed the Brooker he plays the role of official "ladies' was the principle speaker and rooms to elect these separately I girls would Just wear white satin
"itors< In Jacksonville Friday. Athletic Boy. Sullivan Carter: Bent boys, reading and a quiet atmos man" for B. II. S. gave a forceful and graphic outlineof The representatives. In the court she would bring along the cheese. d
Among the visitors in Jackson- Dressed Girl. Lob Adklns; Best phere. He dislikes deceit quarrel- The list of officers which follow the public free school systemat shall. In the first case, 'bring the cloth make them all veils and with to

lie Saturday were Miss Kitty Dressed Boy. Richard Thede; Best !ng, and "rowdy" friends. We regret was chosen In this ,manner: A the Bradford High auditorium matters of electing committees, their calla lilies they would make

i|ogsed, MISS Bunnle Canova. Miss All-Round Student. Louise Jackson to hear that Bobble does not president from the Senior class, a Thursday evening. Supt. Z. E. Boas generally lonslstlng of one or two, "some swell spring brides" Maybe _ _
;ore Haynes. Miss Katheryn ; Biggest Bluffer Lacy Futcb; expect to go to college. He saysthat vice-president from the Junior of Flagler County gave; a talk on before the room he represent, and she doesn't know that It takes two
aynes, MU" Dorothy Kitcn. Miss Cutest Mary Pearce; Laziest. S. B. b. expect to go Into the produce class a secretary from among the the condition of school. In Florida an election will be held. In the to get married.
artha Powell. Miss Lois Johns Jr.: Host Sarcastic Buanle business when be finishes high Sophomores a treasurer from the Mr. Filer quoted statistics showing latter case, the election of other Can you recognize the following
ra. T, T. Long and Mr. D. P.Miss Canova; Most Studious Dorothy I school. We wish him much success freshmen, and a reporter from the the present low per cent for committees wlU receive attentionat B. H. S. celebrities by their "nick t4 4name.
"rpen ter. Swanbom; Friendliest Louise and feel that some day he will four grades as a whole. schools from Florida's) tax dollar: an early meeting.So ."T "Mean" Powell, "Ks(-

Martha Jackson* Noisiest Bee Miner; Peppiest make a successful business man. President Sullivan Carter; vlce- In 1930 only twenty-five per cent of far this system of student rinks" Hogaed "Roach" Sternber! ?, .
Powell and Miss Kitty Hogsed; Beat Sport. A. -- I it was devoted to the schools
artha Brownlee resident> Edwin Torode; secretary, government Is working very Rabbit" Canova "Farmer" T.,-
"nesvliie were visitors In E. Wall Jr.; Most Dignified Lola Pauline Priest-Born in High : GuUda Marie Thede; treasurer: An- Florida l Is devoting the leiut smoothly. Indeed. The members of rode "Lamble Pie" Stump "KIp-

ere accompanied Friday afternoon. They Long; Most Conceited Lois Ad- Springs Florida In 1915.: A blue ,. drew Taylor; reporter Lester Aus, amount of any state In the Unionto the student court earnestly solicit ling" Faulkner "Bird" Long, and j
rOWJ1lee home by :Milton kins; Most Intellectual. S. L. eyed baby. She moved to Starke schools.: Florida's per cent support of the lower grades, as "Reverend" Futon.
IUt his parents spent the week-end Peek Jr.Thew. three years ago from Cedar Key. 1 tin.With this list of formidable leaders would," be even lower if Indirect this system of government will perhaps One of our Seniors, Kitty lira-

1tlq facts were obtained by a Among her likes are Chemistry the students' representative taxes-such as fees collected by be extended to them in some sad, made her debut In element ry
Jacksonville i KItty Hoped spent the day recent vote of Senior High Srtool Lab and good looking brunettes.She government of Bradford High county: officials! were taken Into ac extent In the future provided they chapel the other day by playing a

uat3IIsa Sunday with her students. has very few dislikes but School seems destined to go places count. Politicians think that teacher snow interest In It and If It Is successful duet "Chop Stick.," with Charles I

among them are boisterous people. and do things.Of are too timid to stick together In the higher grades.It Pender She has never taken a ?
Lois Lon< and Miss LoU Many countries. Mattered She Is not quite five feet talL More lesson in her life, therefore you I
tJlcllt8 were vt..lton! to the State throughout the world have contrib- I height to her! She seems to be the manuscripts: of the Greek The mind is slow In unlearning U Impossible in our condition can Imagine how it sounded. They

ass A. : Sunday. uted to Florida's abundant plant ,healthy and happy. Her desire .Iso orator Demosthenes', 170 are ex what I I. baa been long In learning. of society not to be sometimes thesnob.Thackeray. even gave her an encore. By the

if.*?,' Wan spent:: the week-end life. __ be a trained nurse. tan, Seneca. : way. Kitty has new permanent. h

I and It surely does).look nice. a
'LIlli! was vMting Miss Julius .Caesar received twenty In a recent week 147.000 unemployed Silk hosiery: with "locked" stitches It'. but little good you'll do, Ill fortune never crushed that

lit ICbel gmltaton Ma41.Am daring three wound at the bands of his in the United Kingdom returned -I to prohibit "running" la on the a-watertns the last years crop.Eliot. .- ,man whom good fortune deceived Napoleon left his snuff box to {dt

week-end. I assassin. to work. market. : not.-Johnson.Vlf :Lady Holland.


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tk''h Starke Artist Exhibits I Miss Clarke Enterfaijia"\ Conant-Long Baptist Circle No. 3 a public necessity-we have no May BIU) or A.Complaint D. on the appear* dl'Ie
i '
''h Paintings'.In DeLand' Mission Study Class ,I Judge ,and' Mrs. Augustine. V. Gives Silverr,: place In America for peasantry R. Slmona.In pro her oonf.for !her.. o failure,0lnlt"fiir'ir"1\I 'ad'ship. '
w Long announce the marriage of Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W M. rural "*It la-farther .a"
the .;..... ordered.
dj'clU.'of ; that
Mrs. C. L. Stockwell local artist The mission their daughter Anne to Marcus entertained from 8SO"to 5:00: -- be!Dtillhed once a thilelll
S. !* seek
of the NOTICE consecutive foe
In Christian Endeavor1 Society
t on display ; weeks
had'several -paintings In ia@
Saturday at the
Conant of Jacksonville on o'clock at a silver tea. given County Telegraph
j at the Woman's Presbyterian Church held Its weekly vested Imrthomby a newepspurgeneral O
DeLand last week the :
1934 J> By power
.' 17th of ,March B. Flynn. circulatlnn
,the home of Mrs. George .
Club, when the fine arts departs meeting OD' Monday afternoon he lawn of the State oLFlorida the Bradford County Florida. Ublhh., r
Florida.; Instruction of Bradford -
K Gainesville Board of Publlo/ ,
I f P.,:"'f. A.' Elects Officers ment of the club sponsored a three- with Miss Nancy Clarke, on North of The living and dining rooms County hereby calls an- election seal WITNESS ot said Court my' hand and
Miss 'Anne' daughter thin
Long artistically
day art exhibit. Cherry Street. opened ensuite, were lo be held In New River Special Tax March A. D. U3t. 21.1 41.:1.
r 1, For Another Year Judge and Mrs/ Augustine V. Long decorated In St.Patrick's Day color District, April Z*. 1034 at the schoolhouse A. J.
Lucille Mitchell and Miss Florida TH011A
The exhibit opened on Tuesday Miss In New River, Clerk ,
N tt Itt Wednesday afternoon the Parent afternoon when the club entertained Dorothy Lamb ler In the discussion and one of Gainesville's most pop- motif large baskets of dogwood For the purpose of holding earn of CircUit
ular society girls was married here California election tht following are appointed! FATTEN &rLANDRUMatyFluird
: 1 a, .. Teacher Association beld the for the exhibitor. of Youth and Tomorrow's snapdragons and pop- W.Andriwi. .
with'a tea "Today's afternoon at 00 o'clockto Notice Kelly, M L. Johns last meeting of this school term World." yesterday 4: pies with fern being used effeclively. : and B, A. Sapp, clerk: ,
v 1krr r Mrs. L. F. One of Mrs. Stockwell'a exhibitswas Marcus' Conant son of the late W. C. MANNING, Chairman. x--8IIB1II/.!
; ; with the president. a painting of a basket of van A social hour was enjoyed when Mr. and Mrs, "Marcus Conant of A. J. ORIFFIS, C erk.
r r Smith presiding and Miss Isabel colered dahlia zinnias, copied from Miss Clarke served her guests a Jacksonville' The wedding cere- Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. E. W. 3'23St5-20| | "

Fernandes transacting: the duties a bouquet of these beautiful flow- delicious salad course. mony was performed at 4:00: Hayes, leader of the circle met the. --NOTICE TO APPEAR Say it with Flows.

of secretary. ers given to her last summer by The class will meet at the home o'clock at the home of the bride'sparents guests at the door. During the afternoon IN THE) NAME-OFTHE "-
J Students from the third grade, Mrs. C. A. Knight and Etarkltes Mrs. R. J. Davis accompanied -
of Miss Lucille Mitchell next Mon at 501 Tuscawilla Avenue, ] STATE:
't taught by Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, who had the pleasure Of viewing day afternoon at 4:00: o'clock, with Highlands, by the Rev. John V at the piano by Mrs. E. L. It appearing by affidavit filed In Flowers For All
;Jr., entertained with a number by these beautiful flowers will be sang two beautiful Iris] that certain cause In the Circuit
} Mra. Nathan Prevatt and .Mian O'SuUlvan the St. Patrick'sCatholic Twenty-alxth Judicial Circuit
% Pk the rythm band and three songs. to know that Mrs. Stock- A reading. "Shamrock,1was Cottrt.j Occasions
t pleased Nancy Clarke as leaders. Church in the presence of melodies. for Bradford County, Florida,
u I, Pupils from Mrs. H. C. Rltch's well won a blue ribbon for this I. .. given ,In a charming manner I In Chancery, entitled, J. J.'Cowart: ....
the immediate family.
; : j grade Bang "My Shadow" and unusual painting. .,: ,only Mrs. L. O. Powell.A Complainant vs.' Beatrice Cowart -
T/tV-V: Local Girls Will AppearIn in Defendant and the relief prayed for
The performed GERTRUDE
with Miss Marjorie ceremony was
"Swing Song. Item'taken from half-hour was enjoyed being Dlvorth..t; the Defendant la GODBEY
following social
Stump .. accompanist.Bills Concert At F S. C. W. the living room which was simply a resident of State or Country un
the DeLaiid Sun-NewswUl be of I and tastefully decorated with calla when Mrs. E. W. Hayes, assistedby known to the Complainant and le KINLAW
were paid for medicine used Interest: Miss Alice Fernandez and Miss her committee served fruit over the age of twenty-one years,
lilies and hot house ferns and and that there la no person In the PIIONE 40
;Ill by school nursea. It was voted toP "Of fascinating interest'on the Evelyn Stump of Starke will appear palms. punch with cake.A Suite" of Florida service of personal

,i give $10.00 to help defray expenses In the Glee Club of the Flor- neat sum was realized from process upon whom would personally 811 Church St., Shirks, p;,.

,' r of Glee Club to Tampa, where they program was the clever chalk talk Ida State College for Women when I The bride who was unattendedwas this affair which will be spent for IT bind IS ORDERED..th said Defendant.the Defend ....- .. ....

will compete In a musical contest. given by Mrs. Catherine Haynes the club presents Its annual spring given In marriage by her carpet for the church floors -
-- :;
'F Chairmen of committees gave good Stockwell, formerly of DeLand, concert in the college auditoriumon father Judge AugusUne V. Long. --
i of their year's work. I She wore a new-blue three piece
reports now living In Starke and one of Tuesday evening, March 27. Wanda Pearce Celebrates
(l'= iFi Mrs. Walnwrlghfa and Mrs.; Both Miss Fernandez and Miss ensemble combined with blouse of
the artists exhibiting this time. blue., The three-quarter Birthday Saturday SPARKLE
Rltch's grade tied in having the I Stump are In the section composedof navy RhlefuuaeEtap
Mrs. Stockwell Is ambidextrous and first altos, and the program will length coat was trimmed with a Wanda Pearce, daughter of Mr.

; 1, largest number of patrons present, her drawings were marked by their include a number of well known I band of blue fox fur just below the and Mrs. P. J. Pearce entertaineda

1 and a. prize will be given to each originality and the deftness with II classical selections and several :.hemline. Her'''Close-fitting; hat was number of her little frier.Aa Saturday GELATIN MILKSTALL I K

of novel arrangements of American of navy blue. afternoon at her home from
' ; The following officers were which they were executed. One other I
Mr. and Mrs. Conant left Immediately celebrationof
folk songs.Woman's 4:00: ,to 5:30: o'clock In
unanimously elected for the coming unique presentations was a I
: after the ceremony on their her sixth birthday anniversary. '
school term: President, Mrs. E. chalk drawing a Florida sunset Club Meeting honeymoon keeping their destination Games were enjoyed on the lawn tttst
K. Ferryman vice-president, Mrs. which was done upside down. Others I 2 For 9c u9sloYlHER 17c
r secret. On their return they by these little folks and many love-
1 John Kinlaw; secretary Mrs. E. M. of interest were Uncle Sam and On the afternoon of March 14
will reside In Jacksonville at 1616 were received by
1 Davis; treasurer, Mrs. D. A. Mon- the Indians, the Wise Owl.Aunty: the member of,the'Woman's Club Aberdeen Avenue, Riverside.Mrs. ly birthday hostess. :EwNOMY Rutli
yd'' telth; historian, Miss Olive Ray. Mirandy and Deacon Wattles." of Stark'' met for their annual ,the little
S business meeUng.' Conant is a member of one Late in the afternoon Mrs.

IYI The 'president,"Mrs.., W. E. Mid- of Gainesville's most distinguished Pearce, assisted by Edna and Mar-, FINEST DRIED FRESH, PLAIN or SLICED

t a of t dleton gave a verbal report. of the families and is an extremely popu- garet Pearce, served refreshments

Wonders of Science work of the club year. lar with the University City younger of Ice cream and cake, each guest PEASPer

Mrs. Lowry announced that the set. Her father Is Judge of the! receiving a dainty favor BREADPer

choir of the Jacksonville College of circuit court of the Eighth Judicial '--

1 b OVER ''400 and In vent toft Music directed by ,Prof I Lyman Circuit of Florida. She attended Baptist W. M. S. MeetsThe

1oi PICTURES Pryor,. 'would, present a. musical Brenau College at Gainesville, Ga., Woman's Missionary Society Pound 5c Loaf 7c
'' and is a member of the Alpha
Picture tell thutGly.'The program' at the club meeting.'on of the Baptist Church held Its reg-
Told in ta"gua
r' Simple
,' artlclee are short, concise u d the; evening of April 11. These musicians Delta ,Pi sorority and the Lamba ular meeting Monday afternoon at I
and faaclnetlnn Hare are a Would like to the Sigma Sigma, federated girls' club
,few aubjecta. covered: you keep posted on alt will be accompanied by the; church with a good attendance.The .
rl new developments in this remarkable world James Crosland pianist.This of Florida. FINEST SIIORTENING 4 LBS. 8 LB8.
devotional and business
Art ndlr.hworkA.tronof _
? The
b Automobile Repairing oun new Inventions the latest is to be an meetingand Mr. Conant.,,I. descended from
open <
'omy ; :> meeting:was In charge of the presi-
vl.tkwt-Boat. BuildingScientific Discoveries-the arrmring Engineering
04 Care of Toole Chemistry Feat*-the progress made in Avia everyone interested In good pioneer,developers of dent, Mrs. A. M. Darby;' and the COMPOUND 27c 53cDIXIE

IIMtrtcltHome: Made tionRadioElectricityChemistry- music is Invited to attend.. ,_ y ', He attended the JaCksonville'j program for the afternoon was In

v me Furniture-HuntingFish-;-\JdeeetoMakeMoneyta! Physics Photography, etc.Theae and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs.W. 3. Ida and svjntember charge of Circle No. 3, with Mrs.E. CRYSTAL, Cloth Sack 5 LBS. 10 LBS.

par.TimeJlga.wwcrkmany. other fascinating subjects are brought Parks, Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Alpha Epsilon fraternity.-Gaines- W. Hayes leader. Those taking

.1 Metal....-MotionPktursR.db.w004Turning.Workln*-MndeIM.kto you each month through the pages of A"rs. O. Lk Beasley were appointed vUle Sun.. part on the program were Mrs. R. SUGAR 25c 49c15t

},r 1 I -Toys_ POPULAR MECHANIMAGAZINE, to solicit the club members for tea.' Mrs. Conant, ,who Is a grand A. Newsom Mrs. A; H. Johns and
\; "" cSomethln. for spoons for, the club house. daughter.Mrs. ,S. E. Brownlee C. J. Powell.
I ::::;w .: Everyone Mrs. IONA, Tender, Cut STRINGLESS
Mra.,J O. Griffis,was acceptedas of with her
I Special departroente. are devoted to the home Starke parents, were W. M. S. calendars were given to
1 craftsman' end practical: ehopmsn.. The: radioenlhums a new member, of the club., once resident of Starke and has each circle leader to distribute to
thaeaUrie| section filled withoweend The officers for another year areas many friends ,here who will be the members these calendars to be BEANS 2No.2Cans

maintenant.) :: : ':::, ::: follows: pleased to offer congratulations turned In every three months.
i ": are tcorre Mrs. Edward Burns. O'cLoCK
hlnta to lighten her daily teaks.. It'.the one President 8 Mild, Mellow, PURE SANTOS
a ?ytMa msgaitne everyone in your family will.enjoy. Vice-President, Mrs..0. L., Beas- GAINESVILLE LODGE HOST Circle To Meet
ey.' The Gainesville Masonic Lodgewas COFFEE Per
At AH Newsstands 25c Pound 19c
I Secretary, Mrs. S. L. Peek. host Wednesday night to Masons The guardian of Starke Grove

wg or by SotMcrlptloa$2. 0.Year Treasurer, Mrs. T, T. Long. throughout the Tenth District No. 278 Woodmen Circle announces

r Stop look over at your the favorite currant newsstand...u.. If :your and The musical program was in including: Starke Ralford Lake that a large class is readyto QUAKER MAID

p>; ', newadwler la sold out,ode oI.t.t charge of Mrs. A, Z. Adklns. Butler Pine Hill Lawtey Waldo receive the degrees on Tuesday PORK and BEANS 16-oz. Can 5c

t ,POP1HLAB ,MECHANICS "The Shamrock" an Irish sketch, Alachua Island Grove Hawthorne, night, March 26, at 8:00: o'clock.

__ x .L t L too .. ........ M p...*. Qtcap"? was presented by Mra. L. Q. Powell. Newberry,'and,,;Mlcanopy., a The officers and degree staff are IONA BRAND -

,..... requested to be present. Other im- CORN No.
2 Can lOc27c
'Ji': ( ,!i41&! : 1fjWJi'! ', portant business to be transacted.
,1 Hostesses for evening: Misses IONA
FiskQuarantee'BondW N'1 51653f Gladys and Elizabeth Williams
t rL'
Miss Vonda Inman and Miss Eunice PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans
r't rrera r s.cr-ss a. ": rr-.r" "' .rh
J::::. 'L JrMaaWlwYMit
/ t::: ':'"''M'-r=."::. _: _::::,t.=. .:;... -' -- IONA BRAND
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6. I H.Avrtanr..btN'R --; Political Announcements TOMATOES 3
!..UGIIY.oiM -- .!!!!!!!! No. 2 Cans 25c
.. _::=. = :=:;.tiC'=:
'll. .., ,' Oe1'ilerart ron CONGRESSI
I r --y.-- ... l.VR--.ICwnts hereby announce that I am a
'\ I aa'rats r. +r.r'ty:._., -Io.--- candidate for the office of member
tt // :7.t.z: : :! ... .. t) .11! ot the Hou.e of Repreeentatlvec IONA BRAND-PLAIN OR SELF RISINGFLOUR

/ -r.wws...-rtr.tr.-: ..............rsa..-.+..rrr.-=--::: ::;tr-J, :::.=.- from trlot of the Florida Second subject Con -re..lonal to the Dem-DU-

t .._...__ ..._..... ocratlo primary election In June.
.. -- I have a record of public service' In
;;.;:_ :c::: -.r-: Baker and Madison: Counties and the 8-Lb. Bag 12-Lb. Bag 84-Lb
: 48-Lb Bag
\-. ;:; !t -", Third Judicial Circuit of Florida Bag
.: ,,
1. ," :'m" _.._.L'1ara.r': :'-"'.".ii. I.ii.-r.Z; ; :::: coneletlnff of wren counties, the 27c 49c
In the elate. You Invitedto 89c $ ] .75
.t...1esY..re.rhtdk..afk. +.........___. Urgent inveetlffat not only my are record of

-:=:_,, -=.rs."='.", '1., ..l:' ,..._..,r service hereby but my promise manner you of living1.the earn

r '=::;:,:':: '- .-J."" :*. ::':;- "P:. .1-... ....oIL .' 'alth service rendered my people
e laJw Y.MrywsaaMrbaYew, A and will continue to live. If withinmy SUNNYFIELD
= iri=.::: :. I I
la- ai e p.e..lea power mo ft* to reflect honor and
\ /-......... M IIIS yag teleANr,Nit" tJ' dignity to this high office. Shouldthe OAT MEAL Package 7c
.. Mj;..; \, votere of this district aee fit to
bestow upon me title honor they
v '; oofr- may rest assured that I will considerIt FANCY, '70-80. 120PRUNES
t ...--t ;,;... a sacred trust and that my every
; = effort will be for the beet interests Pounds 15c
MlwsuaaIAd5. COVERS I *
/ of the people repreeent. '
1 1 r. Your support and vote I. solicited

: ?;1 ;v w4ti >>, 1 a' __ ___ w. Mme' "' ,Cntm Bruises and will be appreciated JAB.: K. (JIM) KELLY. FANCY BLUE ROSE

"i 5 Paid PoI"Adv. by Jas. R. Kelly RICE 5 Pound. 23c
i : -- Faulty Brake ...
= -t5..: : .. -

t j c BlowOutfe .-!--- -- WALLACE FOR CONGRESS STUROIS IONA, Delicious, Rich

t'r, \ V.tler-Inlladon I candidate respectfully': : for announce Congress that, Second I ama COCOA l.Lb. Can 12cA
., ::
... District of Florida subject to the
Wheel. Got .! LI.. Democratic primary: In June malls 1934. P Delicious Pure CONCORD Qt-Bot
pt. Bot
l Whatever appeara to more
k ,'. 4 n, e-i I Ii. ,. C tI certain the equality of men In their
1 t r r ... 'f'" Rtrua-Bl for ''peace, prosperity andtiapplneae"
.., .- ....... .to receive hall had my active and will eupport continue JUICE 12c 23t

no matter by what namr or under
./ i what banner It le advanced For Delicious Plea. A P FANCY
I eee In the New Deal an opportunity

: '-i the American to promote etandard my conviction of l comfort that Pumpkin Large No.21Cans! 15c
////FISK ot llvlnw-CAN AND MUST be raised
-I to a point where the eeeentlala of .
life-food, Rhelter. medical treatment WINNER
education and time and means
1 e a' for recreation after I.bol'--&r. available Pearl Hominy Mandy CornCRITSorMEAL
to every cltleen under the
tfieBonale Tire Stare and strlpea.
Upon theee principle. T earnestly 5 Lbs. lOc
ask for your vote and Influence.
Candidate for Con ...It. For Frying or .C"
Baking l-Lb. .-Ib-
'F ,t() \\tdt y, Paid Pot Adv.by Wallace Sturgte GnuLA Can

This Flak Guarantee Bond protect you betber you NO EXTRA COST 'I wish FOR hereby LBOISI.ATI-RF to make official announcement CRISCO I 19c 55c $LO5

miles You -- of entrance Into the
ti- I t drive ,OOO or 50,000u are protected notonly ; race for State my Repreeentatlve from

the 4.40-21 ... 4, $5.70 Bradford County subject to the will
on blow-out_ *, bruises and cuts,bUI-.en --- .----- of the Democratic voters of this

r cause is faulty brake., under.inflation or wheels out : 4.50-20 __________-A- $6.20 county.and 1-waa have, born apent and thl..t'-'lfht raised' In years Florida In I LAUNDRY HIGH QUALITY

of line. : the state, and two years In the
.- : 4.75-19l World War. I have never reelded o. SOAP
X' /Think of it! A responsible maker with a tire so good J 4fr+ -:,-,:", "" -":"" worked worked In foi any twenty. other atate yeare, In I have the

: ?: j s.,(ty 'f.UIIIt.. ..:" can assume risks which were formerly: youra.1Come ": 'W 5.2518: "_-", "' _-. ,.wxyr! $8.35. know eihoole'the of needs Florida of the and schools I believe, the I '
: 5
children and the cltlaena of Florida Bars lOc
lOc Per Pound
e 04 la and see the bond.; Then you'll know how : ae well ae any one In the elate.I .
32x600 Tubes__........ & $3AO. am In thla race for benefit I can
much. extra value you get in a Flak tire today. .... .' .j."., be of to Bradford the cltlaene County and and future the cltlaena whole

It State of Florida and 1 will work

hard toward that end.. Tour-support IRISH POTATOES, 10 Pounds _______.______.,-
kTIME TO 1tE-UREVio1a'.sTaverr will be appreciated.Reapertfully.
1 i J ma -------- -----
LEON A. GRAY. ---------

1 Paid Pol. Adv. by Leon A. Qray. STRINGLESS BEANS, Pound _______-12

FOR SCHOOL BOARD California LETTUCE, Head c_ -- -*
--- --
I take this method of announcing
4 my candidacy for member of School, CARROTS, Bunch r-, __________ ."I -754*
board from fishnet latrtot No '
comprlmna. Brnoker ,Hampton and ORANGES, Dozen --- ;; Jif
; !t '. New River. aubject the wilt of the GRAPEFRUIT I'J--- ? "----IHIIII1 l9c
\ Democratic vet.r. In the comlnar prUmary SlFor: :'- ,.ly *_ .
RIGJ.tt In June, 1A14. If nominatedand FRESH k
r i'f.,. BILL.WIL.L TREAT YOU elected, I promise to work for TOMATOES, Pound _J____r---_ -
the heal interest of all the >>ohool.of .
a t 4r Bradford County, and I earnestly -

Starke Florida :Shell GasolineeBondecl\ Tjrea&SKfigS solicit your"TA'.eg:vote and:>fully L.anpport.cnpws.I: I! THE: GREAT ATLANTIC &PACIFIC TEAr .CO'' IP.S1fijAE

k Paid PoL Adv. by Stafford U Crew._

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'OH. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker and Mrs. so"'o --- ---. -
E. W
children of the
spent Jacksonville
t 'in
spent Sunday MANY FEATURES: Heaven Place" the We wish to extend to all our 4' .c
ear ':I- Sunday afternoon with frie'hda In Starke with her mother and sister ''Wo.- a was n
Bits of Starke.: Mrs., Irene'Wlna' subject used Tuesday evening, and friend, our sincerest appreciation
era Mrs E: H. Tonight ( ) will be observed
j J S W'! with' the nineteenth' Psalm-as abase for their kindness and assistance '
dr, ; as, VFamUyNight"! at the in, the recent ulness and death of
Mr. and Mrs J.'L.Brlgga of Jacksonville ___ the leader broughtto- attention
"r 1." I Church:,of Christ on Call Street, dear husband '' t 0 '
0 our and father, and
of his listeners some marvelous :
I were guests Tuesday of "Mr. and Mrs1. W. W. Page and when souvenirs will be c i'' ',
given to the for the beautiful flowers that deck
heaven. Illustrations
I facts
local N Judge and.Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and son, Billy, of Jacksonville concerning -
1011 family.Mr. week-end were largest family present and the fam of the discoveries made ed the mound where. our lovedoneIs ;y
40urr guests of.JHra. Page'aparents. ily from '
coming the farthere.t distance sleeping. +
of ,
by scientists in their study as r
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND and Mrs. C.: 'H. Nasworthyand Struth. Mr. .and Mrs. W. H. to this meeting. Saturday tromony were given on the black 111.... Monle Lewis and:Family. ,, ti '

''rile, OF THE Mrs. G. H. Meadle visited night, Mr. Voiles, the evangelist, board., which ably supported the '
PROGRESS AND TOWN friends In Jacksonville Sunday aft The Baptist Wes-W, ..S observedthe will Greatest preach Sinner on the in subject", "The Bible-facts. Next week bring your '
aN ernoon. March Week..of''Prayer last Bible and join In the study of "A I : g J ] >
Special services have been "
week at the church with the three plan Tree That Is Like a Man. The : Y
Milton Brownlee, Jr., of Gaines circles putting on programs each ned tor,Sunday, Monday t is request studies are growing in Interest.I Most everything know I either 9

r rte Carter of Highland was a Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson of ville spent the week-end here with afternoon. night; Tuesday night has been des "Come ye apart and rest awhile." read in the paper- hear over the r "

ftr 1"tor here Monday. Lake Butler spent Saturday after his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. ignated as "Mother's Night whena ---" I radio and this Is one :I heard over n I
noon In Starke. Brownlee.Mr. Two per cent of all the world's the radio. ) '
L. D.: Green spent Miss Viola Geary and Miss Ida pantomime, "Memories of Moth. fishing Industry, with its total investment I A certain ''k' ',

1.11' and Jacksonville.I Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and Mrs J. Frank Carpenterand Mae Johns are spending this weekin er," will be given. Souvenirs will of $200,000.000 and Its sporting gentleman ,':'. I ,' +. ,4
rtday, in children of Jacksonville and little daughter of Winston. Miami where they are guests of be given to the oldest and youngest annal output valued at a billion I had been '. ; t ;I
were visi Mrs. William Geary's sister,' Mrs. mother and to the mother with the dollars, is In Florida. out to the club t
I several 1 days tors here Sunday.C. N. C., are here on a visit Martha
.i, C. :Manning spent with relatives. I II : Taft. largest family present.! Thursday and after getting 4.
Y last week. -- will be "Drill and ,,'
Jacksonville I w night Night; about as if 'e p
C. Shepard of HIlliard was In E. 'J. Roberts of Lawtey was in Miss Ruby Kilpatrick has return. Friday night will be the "Young high as a kite .' '1

nell Rosenburg of Lake Butler Starke Saturday visiting Mr. and Starke Tuesday visiting his son-in- ed to her home In Troy, Ala., after People's Night," when they will started homo ,
Mrs. C. A. Knight. spending several weeks here withher After this RITZ THEATRESTARKE JI '
Friday.A. present o'
Lu) a visitor here law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. a pageant. service walking. Whilecrossing i
a W. Andrews, Jr. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. a social hour will be enjoyed at the it')r ', &l' ,
E. Wall. Jr., spent the week- Miss Vesta Prewitt of Fernan- and Mrs. L. D. Vining. the church. FLORIDA street he was f'I I t '

nd yialtlng friends In Madison. dina was visiting friends In Starke Miss Inez Moitt of Jacksonville' tun over by aA .. /Ifti *" "
the Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ward, tea '
during week-end. m roller
the week-end here with her MATINEEwv'auv
Ives of Lake City was spent who have been spending several Two friends picked him and] G I ,
Norman P. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and CAHYOU [IMAGINE I : et'\II\! ", MOVn! \Y.w'suvmaunY up
lisiting friends In Starke Friday. John H. Denmark of St. Augustine Mrs. Perry E. Johns. months in Plant City, are here on a : \TIIIII\V took him home; when they got 0' r

was looking after business visit with Mrs. Ward's parents ..//hl ... M. there there was no one home and n'' < r

I Miss Iris"' Brown of Brooker was Interests here Wednesday. Paul Macey of Orlando is spend- Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. NIGHT SHOWSDAILY. the door was locked. So they Mid j;,
I afternoon. him under the door Ain't
p.A here Monday that
visitor Mr and Mrs. Lawrence ing several days in Starke with his Mrs. C.: L. Stockwell i,,and daughters .Tl.lO and BKMt r, M. sump In'. t' t
Hazen Wigginsand brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and IIt'NI\Y ....MI r. !II.I ,
Mary Lorraine and Kathryn, 1
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. offcrooker son of Brooker were visitors Mrs. R. M. Sparkman. I t Do you realize that Easter Sunday n
visitors here Satur- here have returned from a week's visitin Is '
were Wednesday afternoon. just about a week off-how
DeLand with Mrs. Stockwell's I 4
about it TLADIES' %
lay.I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clemons, Mr. mother, Mrs. W. D. Haynes. PROGRAMBEGINNING
County Commissioner' Mrs. and Mrs. Mallle Surrency and little MAHCII 23
I Tracey Saunders of Tampa spent O. W. Andrews of New River were daughter of Brooker were visitors SHOESWhite
with friends in Starke Congressman R. A. Green has
e week-end shopping Saturday. here Saturday afternoon. ,
tarke. been spending several days here FRIDAY SATURDAYZane Pump, White Oxford. r
Mr: Mra. H. ,with his mother, Mrs. W. H. Green, White Ties '' ,
-- Biggs and Mr. and Mrs. Felton Varnadoe of
W. B. Kerce of Lake Butler wasItteiullng Mrs. E. B. Wells of Lawtey were Savannah, Ga., spent the week-end 'who their has home been ill Walnut for some Street.time at GrfiyVi $1::98 to $2.95

to business In Starke visitors here Friday afternoon.Mrs. here with Mrs. Varnadoe's parents, on aJ" ..,' i "TheThundering

'ucaday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Col. Clarence Ware of Clearwater '+r Men Sport Oxfords ,
I N. T. Green and children Herd"
I was here Saturday shaking ..... Block, and White, Tail and Brown
i B. F. and L. O. Hazen of Brookerere spent Sunday In Highland with her, Miss Kate Struth spent the lat- i :
hands with old Randolph:Scott Judith Allen "
I II II II Ii acquaintances.Colonel PliUn White e' i i
attending to business here mother, :Mrs. H. C..Wimberly. ter part of the week in Wildwood Ware lived when Harry Carey Boater Crabbe "' *,
turday. Mrs.-1Canova: : little I with her brother-in-law and sister, boy and attended the B. II. S. the joy of the Dayror,ph; o. Noah Berry $2.98 to $4195: '
I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeSha.
who.when phy ieionjfoiled'to Alan
j Miss Kitty Hogsed ,was visiting daughter, Mary Anne, of Gainesville -I 'a man his stongthtroublefir ', New Spring Frocks
'and aw'; i"
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller cure POPEYE In ?
[datives in Jacksonville during the were visitors here Saturday. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent several milk for the
Mr. and :Mrs. William Ferris of I 1
I eek-end.: ttimegnly i'SQCK.A.UVE: BABY" $3.95 $4.95 $5.95 '
days this week In Gainesville Cincinnati, Ohio, were In Starke 0 r'.l afterusina {
George Raymond of Halifax, with her son-in-law and daughter, BISMA-REX 3 days/ and
I I R. L. Epperson of Jacksonville Nova Scotia, is here on a visit with Judge and.Mrs. A. V. Long. one day last week calling on their" Men's Dress ''Shirts
former Rev a. H. 'COLD TURKEY"
t I Laa attending to '''business here his mother, Mrs. G. P. Raymond. pastor. ;.. aj
Turner Plain White, Fancy Pattern I
Mr. and Mrs. A.
Rev. Jack Young, student pastor, SUNDAY MONDAY
Mrs. Sterl Courtney spent the ,and sons of Bronson spent Sunday 79c to $1.50LADIES'
of the of Florida
University spent
| Miss Hazel Middleton spent the first of the week in Crescent City here with Mr. Turner's parents,
eek-end in Madison with Miss with Mr. and :Mrs.:E. J. Davenport.Mrs. Mr. and Mia. J. O. Turner.Col. Sunday afternoon in Starke and Blsma-Rex Is a new antac.d treat- "Mr. Skitch"WILL HOSE '
achel Smith. : was in charge of the evening.ervice ment that is bringing welcome relief ,

t T. J. Griffin went to OViedo and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- at St. Mark's Episcopal Church. to thousands everywhere who if ROGERS Full Fashioned l, Chiffon or' Service! ;r

| Mrs. G. W.; Roberts and children Monday to visit her brother-in-law Land were week-end guests of Mrs. suffer the agonies of indigestionand ,Zanu Plus, Rochelle Hudson 69c M''

[ Lawtey were visitors here Tues and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L., E. Jor Futch's brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. James Shepard and daughter other acid stomach ailments. '
lay afternoon. dan. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Miss Cleo of Hilliard are Btsma-Rex act: four ways to give TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Save Money By Buying fj
this week-here with Mrs.
spending butting relief In three minutes. It

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Mrs. E. J. Davenport of Crescent George B. Flynn, who has been Shepard' son-in-law and daughter, neutralizes excess acid; relievesthe "Search For Beauty"With Peters' Work 'Shoes ,
Mr. arid Mrs. C. A. Knight, at their
bent Wednesday afternoon in City spent the week-end in Starke stationed at Klagsroad, S. C., for stomach of gas; soothes the the Thirty International" They Cot Lnts and Wmr'Longer
home West Call Street.
Jacksonville. with her cousin,.Mrs. Sterl Courtney several months, has been enjoyinga on Irritated membranes; and aids "Search For Beauty"> Contest" 'r
digestion of foods most to IT PAYS TO BUY AT
likely Winner and Hunter' Crubbe, Ida
visit here his this
,_ with family
Mr. and Mrs. W; C. Miller who
ferment. Bisma-Rex is sold onlyat
Wasdin and C. B. Roberts III week Luplno, Robert Armstrong
V Graham were business visitorsere George Baisden:of; Jacksonville -- I have been located for several weeksat Rexall Drug Stores. Get a jar James GtaMon, Toby Wing STERNBERG'S.Starke. y
Plant City, have located here
today at Mitchell's Drug Store,
| Monday. has been spending several days :Mrs. O. H. Lowry, Mrs. H.. H.
where Miller who has several
Mr. Florida
Starko Florlda.-Adv .
here with his brother W. W. Bals- Young and Miss, Lucille Mitchell rr
trucks for long distance!! hauling -
Attorney H. O. Brown and(son. den. ..... and Miss Anita Courtmanch were Northern
foe, of Lake Butler were visitors In Jacksonville Thursday attendingthe will markets.carry strawberries",:<' to BEBHniB BMMHHHBHMi

| re Saturday. Mr: and Mrs. Sam'T. Dell and State Federation of Music ,t b ,t
daughter Miss Olive, of Gainesvillewere I I
Clubs Convention.Ben
Dr. and Mrs. O iI. and
Mrs. T T, Long and Mrs. D. P. visitors here after Lowry
daughter, Margaret, and Miss Lucille
Carpenter spent Saturday shopping noon. Sternberg, who'has been attending Mitchell and Miss Marjorie JT Top GrocerySTARKE
Jacksonville. i
West Point Prepatory Stump were In Green Cove Springslast
I Mrs. Mr;and Mrs. L. F: Dlnkins and School at Fort McPherson, Ga., for Friday afternoon and evenlna-
Edna Curry of Jacksonville little of
daughter Lawtey were several months, has arrived to attending a Sunday., School teach '
Jicat the week-end In Starke wither week-end guests of Mrs. Dinkins' spend the' summer here with his ers' Institute. a ,

| brother-in-law and sister, :Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Andrew parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stern- FLORIDA j
nd Mrs. J. B. Addison. : ,
berg, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Marsh were t

I guests of Mr. amJUMrs.. H. Lord
at their home on Madison Street Specials Friday-Saturday March 23-24

Exhibiting ---"'- {:; the latter part of (last week, en ,
: route from a tour,tf the southern

part of the state to-"their home. ..In Coffee 2 lb 25cTOMATOES 10 lbs. 45c Rice 5 Ibs. 22c '
Fenton, Mich. uf. -- ,, .,._ Sugar, ._ ,
+4--' _

Florida's .i BETIIEL BAPTlffr CHURCH Octagon Pt. Bottle (16-oz.)
Leadership '
This Is to announce tIIat -'gID. ",

\ ning Thursday night, March: 20,, '
there will be preaching services at 3 No."2Cans__..25c SOAP i or POWDER SYRUP

the Bethel Baptist Church ,by/.th. 10.Forr -.25c '
L. A. and contlm For lOc j'
pastor, Donley, Good s
LORIDA is leading the world in recovery. Official figures estimate lug until and including Sunday ,

that 1,500,000 winter,visitors are spending $7,500,000 a night, April 1, and on Sunday we Climax! BROOMS OATS, Box -- -. .6c NorthfieldMILK
will dedicate the church. Elder L.

day here. The 1934 season will net Florida one.fourth billion E. Lee of Tampa :will" preach the ,Each. ? -- 25c Black'*Pepper, Box 5cMATCHES 3.Tall' ]1 Cans 17c ,
dedicating sermon at 11:00: am. .
dollars' received because of the '
which Florida
income. Publicity
There will be dinner on the ground.

I unusual exhibit at the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition in At 2:00: p.m., sermon by F. B. Lang's; Sweet : BRAND
Johns, subject "The Church. At Mixed PICKLES :

I Chicago has been largely responsible for the present increase in Hemingway.7:30: p-m. sermon by Rev. L. G 24 Ozs. ,' -- 15c 5,Boxes Can <121ZcHeinz

our: tourist business.
SALT 3 For lOc


Last year Florida' literally "stole thecanvass of the tourist population revealed GENT AfORD 3 Small 25c I IRISH POTATOES Can _,20c i

,.show, According: Will Roger, 4. that 25% of non-residents were COLUMN '! *I '2 Large. :. 25c, 10 Ib*. ._ __ .25c '

'FloridaExhibit was the beauty spot here because of Florida's attractiveof WANTED- Small --nnfurntohad r SWEET POTATOES CHEESELARD

the World' Fair." It was visited by' \ exhibit,at the Chicago Fair. house. P. O. .Bo. 303. lip lOlbfl. .. .15c
Pound 19c
9,000,000 person More than five greatly, i improved Century of Pro FOR RKNT-SnuUl, downstairs 3 Pounds. 23c CEI.ERY, Each. ,. ;5c w r

and one>fourth column mile of newspaper apartmentprirat* entranc LETTUCE, Each. ,,_7j
seas Exposition i* to be held this Mrs. F. H. long. Itp Vanilla WAFERS
BANANAS 4 Ibs.. .15c
publicity, (>$of a million inches) Corned BEEF ,
for 50
J year. .Chicago i preparing a % FOR RENT Three 'room apartment ORANGES Dozen_ __5ct 1-lb. Box. __ 15c i
I ,without f cost. 294 .' 4 '
attendance. with prtvate'bath Ura.S. 1-lb. Can 15c
Florida radio b foa d calt..were' delivered -' | greater- \ F. Hamrlck. S. Walnut St. Itp
3 I
over national and local hook-up J Florida Must Again Lead I WANTED-Baby alligator, thisyears Peaches, lb. 12%e Charmer COFFEE BUTTERPound -
hatch. Advise quantity

Every county from Pensacola: to Key We cannot sacrifice any of the advantages I you can supply Immediately. E. A. Raisins, lb. 7'/2c Can m._ __.. __ _. 15c -I ?..,-.2ge '
Martin Seed Co., ,
West is today profiting, by victor's we are now enjoying, and which Fla.U Prunes, lb.... 7'/2c No. 2 Can i_
All Hours COFFEE
trade, from' increased gas"'andracetrack have accrued to u* because, of the STRAWBERRY PLANTS 10,,, I 9 _

taxes. "'YeftorfIMlda., as

resale of our pubHdtY'at Ch1 .*..* ''yeu' participation. Florida ,i g tidal 'more at $2.00 per' 1,000; S9.2S periOOO. ,5c _
<: ago, ( Prompt f hlpmenU of guar .. You Might AH Well Have SNAP BEANS lOc
.,Increased nearly six time each day year' in competition with other resort' anteed true to name state certified, The BeatLaTouraine _

over state determined to take from ur disease free new land plants. Place SPINACH .. lOc _
corresponding day, a year ago. orders with BrownW?Brexi." ; Correspondence -TOILETPAPER, !; COFFEE _
"* on. Florida resort' sky: an actual these advantage we are receiving. soothe! *C.'..Perdue, _
Rolls lie Pound ,27c
I Nurseryman Showell, Md.1.1a12t4e. -. PEAS .lOcFLOUR

I Florida's 1934 Century of Progress, Exhibit, must be greater; we.! BUNTINGS SELECT MISSION- 6 Lbs 12 Lbs '24 Lbs
.must again exhibit Florid ,leadership. Be a part of this move -Grown on the famous Eastern: SelfRising -

ment. Insure a larger Florida World's Fair exhibit by"talking: ,Uupji' -Free shore of of liaryl dlaeaWy ad','iia and<] Delaware in iHl| Snowdrift 27c 47C 87c ,

a $ Special priced 12'OO'.1. 'plus .
.. ...
express. Flea orden with 'J.a
'" .....> .s.., :)' Sapp Starke, Fla. or write Buntma' -

1 ,',,M1t.lea ""4.,.. .. ;, :',... ,, r, ,," r I".1' a Nurseries, Inc., Selbyvllle.

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Review Board Named Lima-sulphur used effectively as Production of' principal feed by the U. S. Bureau of --.;;;:

Hints To Housewives II a control for scale Insects In the grains barley, oats and corn-in Economics. &'l'lCU1tur.!

For Florida Corn-Hog state experiment station testing countries which grow most of these -.
grounds, was found to stick better products: was the smallest last year Ancient Pll1orle-j-; ,.
FARMERS SECTION I Weekly fawn Beme Deaavnstrsvtlon Reduction Contracts when a pound of Iron sulphate was since 1924, according to current reports placed on view in
Spoclnllsts, added to each fifty gallons. cn foreign crops and markets In Germany. Nuremberg< ,

T..n"'O'lfle8'I' GAINESVILLE-.-Official :set-up ,, !.
for the corn-hog reduction campaign Lax The Bladder :---..:.
Conducted by Demonstration Agents STRAWBERRY JUICE ....... '
With the main strawberry marketing in Florida has been completed -
!: season almost over large by the appointment of a state With Castor Oil? -
of the
board of review. Members
; \ quantities of good berries are now
4t available for use at home.. Thereare body chosen by Secretary of Agriculture No, It rant be done But you can.
do It with Juniper oil. huctiii lea v.n.
t l many ways of saving these berries Wallace/ are H. A. Marks, etc., contained. In BUKKTS. the bladder II
( y RURAL Farmers Following and one of the best and easiestIs Orlando, chairman W. J. Sheely : laxative. which In pfoatmnt to
and H. O. Clayton, Gainesville. take. Drive out Impurities and ex- Strawberry Pickers'TICKETS
Live-at-Home Plan making them Into juice. wee. acids that cause Irritation
,l COMMON SENSE Use the I' State quotas will be establishedby which rHUlt. In backache bladder
small so-called cull
Not On Relief Roll the board of review which al.3 weakness, burning and getting up
SFUD9 JOHNSON fruit though sound and ripe. Wash nirhtn. Oat a regular lie box After -
,, By Is to make adjustments in corn-
crush and heat slowly to simmering four days If not relieved your
hog( production figures' -for tho druKBlnt. will refund your money
t GAINESVILLE;-Florida farm point. Strain through a double You are bound to feel l better after
a FLORIDA RURAL WOMEN ers and fruit growers who have cheesecloth. If juices free from counties and certify the reduction this flushing and you get your regular -
contracts before forwarded aleep. Buketa guaranteed by
faithfully followed the live-at-home sediment are desired let stand in 'Mitchell'* Drug Store.
MANY VARIED WAYS to Washington.
program advocated by their county a cool place over night. Then pour
Marks is
and home demonstration agents off (or siphon) carefully for the
Examples of rural common sense statistician In Florida for the STOP ATVIOLA'S
k seldom. If ever, have to apply to dregs.!
Include few Instances of Its display United States Department of Agriculture -
$4 that are more worthy of note than relief agencies Dr. Wllmon Newell, The addition of sugar to all fruit who issues monthly crop
V_ dean of the University of Florida Juices will give a finer flavor. It $2.00 Per
S the utilization by farm women of I and livestock reports and regularly/
College of Agriculture said in a
the home demonstration agents. may be used In any desired propor makes the pig survey for the state. For
In Florida this branch of the agricultural recent address here. tion, .1 fair allowance being one cup In the Florida Agricultural Ex- Sandwiches
t extension work regularly Raising living on the farm, and of sugar to one gallon of Juice. Fill tension Service :Mr. Sheely is animal Good
x covers twenty-four counties. at this then something for a little extra jars to over-flowing with hot Juice, husbandry agent and Mr. Clayton mid Each Additional ChangeAt

I A time. Operations of an emergency cash. In a program Florida county seal and process for thirty minutes outlook and organization: spe ICE COLD BEER

? t character frequently are conducted and home demonstration agents below the simmering point (about cialist. Ask, For Our Prlrew on Cases
d'fti In additional territory, especially have been demonstrating for years, I 180 degrees F. or a little lower AillnlnliiirBill's I
$, t'n on relief lines. and It Is one that has stood the than the heat at which the fruit The coral honeysuckles or wood- Service Station TheBradford
it teat during recent times. When Was cooked). Or, if bottles are bzlne Is a native Florida plant. The
Home demonstration endeavor "
\Vhrre You tart Your ( null
thousands In the state have been used wash carefully and sterllze cape honeysuckle was introduced
ttI has been described as one concrete A r..eerle.
forced on relief rolls during the both bottles and corks. Fill with from South Africa. Y I
expression of government Interest ____. _
f, in bettering the living conditions last winter, the farmer who had a hot juice put corks in tightly
good garden, a some chickens. (small of cloth
l to cow pieces tied over cork
> on farms. }Federal state and county -
IN sources usually join In providing a few hogs a home orchard and help to hold them In place), and ) County
whose wife has canned the surplus It is
\ 1 the necessary financial support. process. best to lay bottles CRUDE GUM PURCHASEDSpot
vegetables, fruits and meat wasn'tworrying on sides to process. This allows for
4, When one undertakes a study of I
the accomplishments In Florida much about the depression perfect sterilization of corks and
all danger from molds is thereby / cash will be paid! for crude Rum In any amount
which the system has to Its avoided. P.O.n. our plant In Jacksonville, Prices hawed the Telegraph
the impression soon Is gained that "I have Just studied the annual Tighten corks and when on
T ; the farm women of the state have, reports of the twenty-five home 'cool dip in helted paraffin or in regular Naval Stores market prlre We offer a permanent '
CASH market
P+i rbeen quick to take advantage of demonstration agents in the state," sealing wax. Label and store in for your crude cum, Having you dlN-
tlllatlon .
cunt. Empty barrels returned nt tlmo
name you
the opportunities It offers and that Dr. Newell said "and last year the cool, dry place. make delivery
r farm women who co-operated with Fruit juices are excellent for use
they highly value the county home PHONE 29 STARKE
agents.As them canned! more than a million in gelatin desserts, sauces, Ice I FLA.
members of local home dem- quarts of fruits and vegetablesand creams, sherbets, etc. If canned WOOD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS COMPANY

onstration clubs and as individuals 84,000 quarts of meats and without dugar, they may be used J'. O. HOX 880, JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA
the great majority of rural housewives stored them In their home pantries. for jelly making.
91i in twenty-four counties are Co-operating with relief agencies .I

e engaged In carrying out some portion another half million cans were .
t; of the home Improvement pro- filled from relief gardens and distributed -

grams which the agents have rec. to the needy." .,

)' ommended.. The diversified activity The county farm agents have .. ,,/,;.. '
x, sought for has divisions that been heavily taxed in supervising '.' ,\'" '-. -- -

lire of concern: practically to every the agricultural adjustment activities ', ...
farm home. yet the better farming demon- ,r" I '
4 Demand Is heavy for advice and trations they have been conductIng :, '

;, counsel from the home demonstration with farmers are creating more
agents. Plans outlined by them Interest than ever. Here they are ."
and eagerly adopted in many of the taking the lead toward a permanent -
farming households have given definite adjustment of the farming In
s return in the form of increased their counties; the recent adjust-
cash Income. None the less valuable ment activities are emergency

have been the practices measures and. cannot continue. It
r taught which show results mostly Is encouraging that four new coun-

In Improved health and increased ties have employed county agentsIn C
4 enjoyment of life. recent months and there are

now forty in the state
__ __ __ _
w At present, Industrial and city u ,
uses of Corn absorb about twelve
per cent of the average United" Facts And Factors

States crop. Forty-two per cent is //i : .
fed to hogs. Beef cattle! and sheep Elimination of excessive surplus j/ EVROLET factories are breaking

j consume twenty per cent and accumulations In farm products,, ww-< *', V-l records; trying to give America all
/ horses and mules fourteen M; is '
per cent. sought through the Federal acre-
Tho remaining twelve per cent is\ age reduction programs, by no : the can it wants. 4000 units a day ar
i consumed In the farms, chiefly by means Is intended to discouragegood ,: -'t rolling off the assembly lines. February
IfIII1II j,4rj
poultry and as silage by dairy cat. farming practice on the land I S ;, output was twice that of January. March
R; tie left in cultivation. Crop yields that i
according to indication
are larger per acre and per unit Y d 9"y present ,
g of costs + will be three times that January. More
are recognized by the government r ,
AVER: WOD" -- economists t;" x Chevrolets
) as a necessary r4 are now being produced than
1 element in the prosperity of agri other
t, lKERVEs f any make of automobile in the world.

.. culture. To fill. the record- V .>* fff S S. And today, Chevrolet is happy to report

h t I I '1'1l.t "Living-at-home" on Florida "' x that all its dealers will soon be in a position

farms means the production of food < to make immediate deliveries. I

and feed crops for home consumption breaking nationwide
to the greatest degree that Is f, ; When you consider bow short a time the

.., ... feasible. Ways and means for attaining '+ ? new Chevrolet has been in production
v_, \ i. ,-
the objective have been developed -
a in the agricultural servlcd demand Chevrolet when you consider,also,that the 193 i car

agencies maintained by the state I is not last year's model improved, but a

and Federal governments. Adoption ..id$ I basically new automobile, with sweeping
J : of the practice now is to be
fostered by the government emer- cars are being ::5 : changes in design-this production record

gency relief authorities. .. : becomes somewhat of an accomplishment

e ti a S. But,a still greater accomplishment in our

Farmers who are participating In produced at a Ya i kx p opinion, is the way that these can hart all
the agricultural adjustment, program t
c"at3 teen
ntfS Sritlyt x> r produced!
are realizing the necessity offecerdq t
; ana the value of having ..i J s<
iaa UP.TO"your. ears (fa w..11- them. )Coya"In t.he11 Clubs have record-breaking 3 >: ; 1 e .f Despite continued nationwide pressure

very nav. ak high tension been taught record keeping' a for more and more volume, every car that
N* wonder yon anal> at the wife ... baa left and
the factories
has been built
kph IUId bark at the ehUdn part of their training by county -jr ,
Wateh out I Overworked agents and club leaders and in rate of { i 4 ? tested to meet Chevrolet's highest stand'

s-,.. nay lead to 8eptesaBMSS many canes these records kept by .d \ _'w k ards of care, precision and quality. The
Nervous have to the \
Headache N .n the boys come rescueof
't '- Indigestion and s hoot of the farmer In determining the 1
t other unpleasant dlaturbado'n't -. acreage in different crops or the la > t s''' d d Chevrolet, you'll not only] get a big.
Why try Dr. MIW t (
Kfferresceat you N..... Tablets number of livestock sold a year or F. t ,s'a 5 y''ap yob rugged "Knee-Action" car-you're also
two Bill Clegg, outstanding F : S
?; Just on* In a half class erf ago. assured of Chevrolet car
getting a typical
water makes 4-H Club boy of Alachua County .
a pleasant, spark. t
BBC drink delightfully aoothias; said recently that he was certainly ,R. in economy, dependability and long life
to orcr-tamd nwre*. glad he had saved the farm business I ; i a A ',
ro' Dr. MOM Nervine .Is now record book In his club worktwo !J 't; CBJEVBOLKT MOTOR CO.. DETROIT. IflCHJClNlew
r Mils h> two forms-Liquid andReveesmt years ago since It enabled him U 5411 +dinrvlrla..l.ry C.M-4.C.Mratl

Tablet. Both IIIaw) and his father to arrive quickly at cftl
&be effect.
a, sun$1.00.at raw drag stow the number of hogs sold that year .
when the Information was called

n Mil r ,' for In crnnectlon with their signing

j e fl/'t! 11(:' )Cf llri of the corn-hog reduction. contract. units a day !

i ( ) Around 21.000,000 pounds of
t DV NERVINE shellfish, valued at a million dollars

,, I'> are taken annually in Florida.: a*
The 'eight principal shellfish In-

clude shrimp, oysters lobsters *** t.4
crabs turtles! clams scallops and dc:' s m a

''a Fish and sea foods are delicate !

Sour' sfcmoch. of flavor tender of texture rich wA 1t I!! :/
in minerals and vitamins, and
and headache MOTORS VAIUI
gas :.i-
builders of bones, teeth and rich 1115 pJf"7..4
!IS red blood. .
Two per cent of all the world's ( 'you'll!. i.nfvafU
with 1U total investment lJ
fishing Industry -
of $200,000,000 and Its / .. MtisfUd with any

R annal output valued at a billion '
-I .r othtr low>prlc >J care
dollars, is in Florida
d 1
--.S i
= A sound and efficient agriculture
a eta s la a public nece slty""we;" have no C susHa a r-trleertae ./

ky" YRADC MARK ace.yt9 place In America for peasantry in

rural communities.L..
krt Fish and other sea foods are Unusually -
109 ::55. high In Iodine content., i \ STARKE. FLORIDArAGIIIIIX


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v.vt'ndfe rxl !y, 1 M! '*X41 MMrnr+ n >litNq! +""1'eru414 Ptpn'' ta+pmo/

MARCH zs, Iasa
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t] f LO'RILIA'a 1 ;;'NN N-lJil.Pwt Brazil owned has consolidated telegraph and her postal nationally .' It ':il' I'\I\I;iI! : ,"i'4a t. .\'"

..""","' services. Buying DrugsBlindfolded '
: \ ,
0 .1"; \
li : ;
ttt !SI'hHIU! M SIKH'S! SAl.WXotltn ; ,
I lit hereby Riven that under, y ft (':
that certain final' deorao rendered 1 by : :
ii unto my feet mi > light Date palh.-Pulm ,
Tin word i amp mj 119:105.: .Honorable A. /:. Adktnn a. Judge of 't
the t Clrtut 'ourt of UiaiUord County, A Bad Practice t
All religious Florida. In Chancery: In that certain : ; J
f..rt11i'UrEttiPE- } teaching doctrine or \ i\ .J
creed if canes therein endlnw| numbered 329 ,
'//5 they are to have any claim and wharnln Arthur tlrlffU I I. complainant ; \'j\lr
J" '
love- loyalty and Christtwho rewords fit must be In harmony with and 1 I>. U. Blnckburn .t al Doctors the W: I
throughout ''
world' "
eteachings Pe of Jesus the into every fold and crevice am derandeut., the under.Ignad' "t.u f J ,"
J b'urnRn It was Mid in John 7:46"NEVER MAN rl alai MaHtor: on Monday, the Slid day agree there is no greater folly\ tha- ,,, f !
the heartil I9d off ." of April. 1(14, durlnK the legal hour to buy and take unknown drug- \
IPAKE of sale and at the Mouth: flout doorof ; L', ;
the! county court house at Stark' Ask: your own doctor. ,e l ', .r. ,Ii
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thin le- Florida, and 1 .Ji
Pastors will sell lo th* highest I So-wlien you go into a storey ) ; : ,I :,
of church activities and bUilt bidder for caHh the. ,
for new organization announceit following '
H enC. space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement described lands, to.wIt: for....realiBayer ,Aspirin, see that I' : '"1'i '4'"
Item reach this office before Commencing at the Southaaiit corner -- .
such Wednesday morning '
that cif the Hotel Lot In the Town \ 1'ay 1
StHrrwlBa they cannot be handled for current issue of Lrwtey ,to'lo..ldand, running Remember that doctors -- ,t.' .;} :''1 ''-
North along: the Went Hide! of State done Genuine Bayer A-pirin as 1 t if "l .
Street 75 feet to a point of ht>!aln- SAFE relief for headache, colds r '
counCil DIRECTORY His teachings without doing them sing, thence Wept and at right angles throat e ?\ ,
rUlKK to State titreet 75 feet thence sore pains of rheumatismand 11 t tl.'
ta disastrous. North and, parallel with State neuritis, etc. ':;i : '
Street 76 feet thence I Want and at :1 ::1 ,
First Baptist Church 7. Jesus' Power to Help last remember this. Demand "
right angles to Slate Street 75 feet, ,::11 .,t.t, ,
Rev. C. B. Price Pastor. Jesus forgave the sins of a, par tlmno South .and along the WentHlda and get Genuine i\\: } '
!Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J. alytic who was brought to Him, point! of of State'buglnnlnK Street 7B Said feet lot to belnttn the Bayer Ajpinn.Genuine 1ff"1ff"I'. jJ. '

homo*, Superintendent. which caused Inward accusations of the Hotel Ixit its pliiltuil: upon the 'IV' "If : '
I Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.B. blasphemy on the part of the PharIsees Ii'rtJ1t' xy liul.tlo.1".lot.Ida.record of Uiiultoid County, : ., I.",' ., r-":!,,
I .
Y p. U., 6'15: p.m. present. Then Jecus healed A. S. CRKWS.: Bayer Aipirin {.
I Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. the man, to the astonishment of all. A.. Specliil, Mantel. III Chancery doe* not harm ; l'' ', ; j I
KNIOHT KNUIIir" Ontuari -I ,
service Wednes- After Christ chose Matthew the ;
I Midweek prayer Attoineya for ComplitlnnntS }, \ \ { "
y 'I:30 p.m. publican to be a disciple, he attended .l |3t3.30 _...a a. \ ,.' .! ,I
a feast where many publicans ? & f.'l.' i. rl!,

Church Of Christ were assembled. THE t
(First Christian) 8. The Twelve Sent Forth J..tI-E

K Earl Voiles, Pastor Jesus was impressed with the

I Sunday, March 18: religious need of the multitudesand U LL/ Thousands have Endedtheir

I Bible School and Communion, exhorted men to pray that laborers -

p00 am.Revival. should be raised up. .IS OF A w r ii' i j
[ begins Monday night, Then He sent forth the twelve to DIFPeeEfIrSHADE Bowel Worriesby

larch 19. preach and heal the sick. He gave F&OMAMY
them explicit directions as to what
Methodist Church they should say and do. I ( ) t

I Rev B M. Montgomery, Pastor. 9. Jesus' Testimony Himself Concerning ON EA.eT taking this advice! a +j'j'used '

Sunday School, 10 a.m.
{ Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. John the Baptist sent two disciples ; c // VL'Q SODMGSI''FAB :

[ Young People's Meeting-6:30: to Jesus to enquire whetherHe _
1. M were the Messiah or not. Jesus

| Evening Worship--7:30: P. M. answered by performing many mir-
acles and by preaching to the poor. OC.4I4 .',11\ constipation be safely relieved? for both adults and children) yr ;
He told them to tell John what "Yes I" say medical men. "Yes!I" is Dr. dtldwell's. Syrup Pepsin It 1. v.
PreHbyterlan Church they had seen. Later Jesus made arv n rw p,4v asp the many thousands who have U?a doctor's prescription, And is w '{
I Rev George H. Lowry, Minister. V 7WE' wa4Ib followed their advice and know. perfectly( qfe. Its laxative actionis 9,

Services next Sunday as follows: soul statements rest such and as gave clearly promises revealedHis of ..I v.4a 77TS You are not likely to cure your based on senna-u natural laxa }, (', i,
[ School T. live The bowels will not become
10 00 A M.-Sunday constipation with suits,pills tablets
William acting superintendent. deity. {Ft "r Yl l S0C442C6/ or any of the habit-forming. cathartirs dependent on this form of help, as
10: Parables of the Kingdom in the case of mineral drug.
111:00 A. M.-Morning Worship; Out you tan correct This condition h
anon by the pastor. Christ compares the kingdom of by gentle regulation with a Hospitals and doctors have always .
I 6:30 P. M.-Chrlstlan Endeavor, heaven to a grain of mustard seed, With a flow of more than 37 0/" '- '. .' i : h from forty to eighty feat widq suitable liquid laxu'ivo. used liquid laxatives. The I

I 7;30 P. M.-Evening Worship; which grows outwardly and to I Ions a minute from the famous :L .-.t: .' minimum\ depth C\f nine feet. done artion ran controlled.be measured Pills and and tablet the t

ting and sermon. leaven, which grows inwardly. He Ocala SILVEU SF0 'f:?'!f!" !' .: distinction of being K different THE LIQUID TEST containing drugs of violent actionare
also likened it to hidden treasure Springs, near : '1,1) fi'om other flower to the hard the
j A cordial invitation to all our ) ) any goes on bowels. k
krvlces extended to all. which a man found, and to a pearlof RUN empties Into the Ockh wa.1:1; \..' ; :, :. 'Tf .T'R flliriJ.IA found all over'Florida.V. First: select laxative.a properly prepared If I there are children in your
liquid Second take
great net he price. By the the comparisonof in turn, joins the mighty St. Jolu.s t.O"I.ia liilo it blooms constantly( from *+rly dose you find suited to your: system.the household don't give them any fad {
a pictured separationof form of laxative
tuNDAYSCHOOLLESSON good and bad at the end of the water highway to the sea capable\ : of i;lining to late summer, each bloom opens Third': gradually reduce the dose ltd helpful preparation, but use like a health.Syrup

world. commodatinpr large boats all the Way 1C.'I{ 'I I for only a day. It. cloself" r *emMua] the own until accord.bowels are moving of their Pepsin. Its very taste will tell you

11. Jesus Responds to Faith its source. The channel of Silver S!' ; r luni\. it ,wholesome and itareenble to (
Simple isn't it? And it works! the stnmnch. Delightful taste, and ;? '
When Jesus retired into Phoenicia -
The right liquid laxative brings/( delightful( artion: there is no discomfort t,
FOR MARCH 25, 1034j a Gentile woman followed Him W. H. Jones, O. J. Anders, W C. thorough bowel action without at the tmebor{ after Ask t"I
and entreated Him to cast a demon using force. An
approved liquid druggist Caldwell'lISyrup
Subject Review: also Confessg I r LAWTEYo. Wooten, O. J. Phillips and E. B. your // t.
j : from her daughter. HAMPTON laxative (one which is most widely Pepsin, all ready to take l.
and Christ. I Wells.
following Her faith was severely tested, _.. .. ,
] Golden Text: "Thou art the but her earnestness and shrewd- I ..,..1.. Adn Pil_..., Cor. J. rumps Coot Mr and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne ---

slat, the Son of the living God.' '
were visitors to Jacksonville Fri
ness won for her all she asked. FUNERAL ash''
alto 1616.: The Period of Preparation by Jesus J. J. Brannen and family have Mrs 11111 Entertains day.G.. DIRECTORSour
I Lesson Text: (for reading lesIn Thirty years of Christ's life were recently had as their guests Sena- Mrs U H. Hill entertained at W. Alderman of Starke was Many Years Experience Maket.It Possible for Us to Render

) Isaiah 4217.: spent in obscurity and preparationfor tor and Mrs. T. d. Futch and their her home Monday afternoon with a Q visitor here Monday afternoon. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE :"
I The text Is, in part, as follows: His ministry of three years. We daughter. Elizabeth and Mr.' and going-away party for Mrs. Lois I Eld. and Mrs H. V. Skipper, for- MODERATE PRICKS t4

I'"Behold my servant, whom I up. are told that He increased in wisdom Mrs. W. S. Flitch, all of Lee burg. Galloway, who is to leave soon for mer residents of this place but DeVVITT C. JONES COMPANY

jold; mine elect, In whom my soul and stature and in favor with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hall cele Searcy. Ark. After a delightful more recently of Miami, returned I STARKE. FLORIDA (,

kllghteth ; I have put my spirit !God and man.BOB brated their first wedding: anniver- social hour the hostess served delicious here to make their home last week. j I I .

}pen Him: He shall bring forth e sary last Thursday evening with a refreshments. -

dgment to the Gentiles.a dance. The rooms used for entertainment Those enjoying this pleasant affair

fe shall not fail nor be dlscourag were beautifully decorated were Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs.

I I. till He have set judgment in the in pink and white which very E. B. Wells Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., 1

nrth: and the Isles shall watt forIS JONES tastefully carried out the color Mrs. W. L. Beacon, Mrs Eunice tF I IZ

law scheme. Sixty guests were present Kelly, Mrs. C. R. Whitehead Mrs.

j "I the Lord have called thee in some from Hampton, Lake Lee Carradlne Mrs. R. A. Griffis,

fghteousness, and will hold thine OMMCNTS Butler, Waldo and Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. O :J. Phillips, Mrs D. W

.anil, and will keep thee, and giveee ON A. C. Hall la visiting her Moore Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Mrs.

for a covenant of the people, M HERE daughter, Mrs. Paul Klckliter, and Lee Cotton Mrs. Vernon Rowe,
br Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. R. F. How-
a light of the Gentiles: to opene .
son, R. V. Hall, of Tampa.
blind eyes to bring out the a HEREAFTER.In ell, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. R. P.
Irisoners, and them that sit in Mr. and Mrs R. L. Birt and Mr. Jones, :Piss: Flora Connelley, Miss I
and :Mrs. Andy Sparks of Gaines ,
|Irkness out of the house.." Louise Thede.
Christianity we by go- ville were visiting at the home of B
For a Review we copy the t91Iwlng Ing down, we live by dying, we win C. A. Blrt last Sunday afternoon.A. Strawberry Movement 4 4'f
[ summary of the Lessons fore
by losing. H. Surrency and family were Despite the cold weather which ,
quarter e
I the guests Sunday of :Mrs Surren- has retarded the strawberry move-

1. A dumb sheep may be an ex cy's mother, Mrs. Mattie A. Ward. ment for some time Monday beganto .. _
Birth '
and of Jesus ntlltitl
Infancy 'f
ample of patience A family horse Mrs. W. P. flirt and children look like strawberry season was .r.
j men from the East pour- be model of gentleness. An ,In// I l,till
may a Marvin and Flora Belle, were visitIng fast approaching when somethinglike u
(eyed to
Bethlehem In search of
"' ordinary dog may be generously Mrs. Birt's sister, Miss Ada 250\ crates left the local plat
llrth 'King had of the Jews whose affectionate, but to "glory in tribulation" Nimmo, Sunday. form. With good weather conditions j i I r1 r1l r1w r1xiQ
revealed to themrough
of animals
is not the privilege
it believed that carlots
Mrs. Onle Wynn of Sampson visIted -
the of -
appearance superlatural
to redeemedmen.
That belongs
begin to move by next Monday.
star. When they found her' sister, Mrs. Nlram Wynn,
im they worshiped Him and pre S last Saturday and Sunday. Locals

ented Him with gifts: gold, frank Someone has said. "Christ Is the Rev. G. E. McGauley will preachat Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown were

cense and myrrh. wayshower." Jesus said, "I am the the Baptist Church next Sunday I visiting at Plant City Saturday and

The Baptism and Temptation of way," There is a great difference mornlPg and evening.Cecfl Sunday.Mrs. .
children of
Moore and :
Jesus between the sign that points out O. J. Phillips and childrenare I II w
Jesus came to John for baptism. the way and the highway itself. : Gainesville were the guests of visiting relatives in Miami this II II I I
Thomas F. Brown and family Sun
s He came out of the water the Jesus is the way and the only way week.W. I

oly Spirit descended in the form by which men can come to God. day.Niram H. Edwards and E. B. Wells I,
who hall been 111
l a dove upon Him and a voice His name is the only name under Wynn were business visitors to Jacksonville 1
for several weeks, has many
rom heaven said, "This Is my be- heaven given among men wherebywe Monday afternoon. ie %
ved Son, In whom lam' well may be saved. There Is but frIends who are glad to know that Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney were -.. I

leased" Following this Jesus ex. one of two alternatives for every he Is better at this writing.GRAHAM visiting relatives In Miami last (rAO1JYtI .r
erlenced a siege of temptation man-Christ or hell "He that week. .

"sting for forty days. hath the Son hath life and he that L. F. Dinkins was a business vlsltor ..........., '" .. ..
3. Jesus Begins Sue Ministry hath not the Son bath not life." to Jacksonville Tuesday. ',.w";." ,. ., .
When Jesus began bill Galilean C e e J. B. Rowe and daughter, Mattie I \

Unistry He made Capernaum His The statement "It does not mat- Mrs. L C. Smith, CorrespondentMr. Edith, were visiting relatives in ;/:,

aqoartera. He called a second ter what you believe Just so you :Jacksonville last week. .. '
''me Peter.. Andrew James, and live right" Is false ,As a matterof and Mrs. R. T. Osteen of Miss Marion Sapp of Jacksonville Buick U (going( places) power brakes and its new auto* r _

''m. who at once left their nets fact a man with a false creed Brooker were visiting their son-ln- was visiting friends here over C fiB this year. The public matic starting, (go hand in hand
nd followe life. Paul Mr. and Mrs. J. weekend.Mrs. ..
dHlm. can not have a true law and daughter, the
in Buick with {
recognize the
He went about Galilee preaching lived up to the standards of his H. Surrency. Sunday. J. P. Wyrick was visiting ( alluring( beauty of '

nd healing large numbers of peo- conscience when be was persecuting Rev. F." M. Taylor filled his regular Jacksonville Friday. a new kind of motoring( finer Buick's new styling( in the sym i'
>le who lIe he at the Baptist Miss Bessie Terry, who U em.
were diseased and multi- the Christians. appointment M well as different with all metrical windstream manner. /o.
nd followed Him. was doing his duty to his God. He Church Saturday and Sunday. ployed In Jacksonville visited here .
t. Standard of the Kingdom changed his creed when he met Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin were over the weekend.Mr. the unfailing( dependability Th dominating( feature of Buick '

on a mountain- in Galilee Christ; Jesus on' the Damascus road and visiting Mrs. Griffin's sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Lee Cotton, who recently and performance for which ownership Is) satisfaction gratifying It

"cached a sermon to the people. then instead of persecuting: Chris W. L. Phillips,. In Jacksonville over purchased the Teare home, Buick is) noted. .Without question ( and enduring. The buyer
began with the BeauUtudes, tians he went out to be persecutedfor I the week-end. moved there Friday. ;,
hleh < being a Christian. I R. S. Wasdln and Hisses" Inez I Those attending Eastern Star this finer motoring( begins) knows that Buick owners regard :'

"amble,meek, mercUWaandlpure a e and Claudie Dempsey were shopping meeting In Starke Monday evening with the gliding rid M only their cars with something Jika'f d t I
"Heart. Later Christ said that The greatest miracle In the world in Jacksonville Saturday. were Mrs. E. B. Wells Mrs. W. C.
'e should love even our enemies. Is the miracle of Regeneration. Re- Little Miss Maxine Surrency Is Woolen, Mrs. L. H. Rill Mrs. W. L Buick gives it. Safety and the affection they give to a friend.

Putting God'. Kingdom First generation is giving the dead eter- visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Beacon. Mrs. W. H.:Biggs' and Mrs. convenience and ease, In the Don't you want to own the car'f\

Chrtdt forbade the hoarding of nal life. It Is opening eyes that Mrs. Osteen, In Brooker this week. A. H. Harley. form of Buick' new center which will be a true friend
ably wealth and exhorted men have been blind since birth so they Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were L. H- Hill Jr._ a student of the
o lay up treasures" In heaven. He may see God. It Is unstopping deaf visiting in Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. ,University of Georgia at Athens, point steering Its new vacuum long .. you have itl l}

aught; a lesson of trusting our ears so they can hear a heavenly and Mrs. Berry Dyal of 'Ga. Is visiting his parents here.

eaVenly Father. Pointing to the voice. It is changing in a momentthe Sampson City and Mr. and Mrs. Prof. W.. L. Beacon and J. S.

:act that God provides for even the affections of the,, heart so we Clarence Melton of the Waldo sec Austin were attending the school ,.
trda' He said to seek first the love the things we Dave hated and tion attended Church here Sunday. meeting in Ocala Saturday.Mrs. UUICK'r/93' .

ingdom of Cod, bate the things we have loved. It H. D. Wasdin and F.W.Reynoldswere Claudia Strickland of

8. TImely Warning Is taking a man who Is fit for hell business visitors to Starke Gainesville was visiting here Fri .

: Jesua WBmed the people against I and making him good enough to Saturday. day.Mrs. .e.asa "...."...._
prophets, who come ta sbeep's> live with God and angels In heaven e 3. B. Dye and son of Lake. I
:Othtn&. but inwardly are wolves. forever. Regeneration is such a WOODMEN TO MEET land were visiting (relatives here N

0\ every one who ")'*. "Lord, wonderful miracle that It can be W. O. W. meeting Friday night over the week-end. _
1J1'd" IIhall enter heaven but these performed only by Him who raised 8:00: o'clock. New members to be Those attending district meeting REGISTER MOTOR CO.

f do Cod's "IBy a parable the dead, made the blind to see, Initiated.. AU members are urged of Masonic lodges at GainesvilleWednesday

a Wiae *ad tooUab builder He made. water into wine Md cleansed t to be prevent eyes&isT wars A. H. '. ..
pressed: the fa t> that bearing a leper with a touch of His band 3. W. MORGAN, Secretary. Harley R..P. Jones. H- C. Harley z. ... STARKE FLORIDA ..;

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EDITORIAL DILEMMA.. ;1aJe-; d stumbled In..a geolo 1

Bradford County Telegraph A jrush of last minute advertising gist's des ,f, 1 i--11
crowded out certain edftorijU' features On',the, editor's desk where one :

J Established 1877 which our readers might, or usually finds mats, electros,,unpaid _

__ ._....__ ._.. -- might not 'miss. Quite a bit of bills and "immediate releases" I w "" .....
was occasioned by ,
struggle found bottles of mysterious liquids
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I I the dilemma of whether to omit rocks, ore and sand. All this stuff

; ; Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida these features or omit the paid advertising I gather was, the loose ends of a '.9\\Qlf.
3 .. _. -- -. -- --- -- of some of our best customers big hunk of news that Is getting Itself .I -am OHK

y'' E. L. Matthews_. _____. _______________Editor and Owner, and as you might have advertising organized'and ready to,happen BOTTLE or ALCOHOLIC:
__. __ ____. ____ .--0' __ guessed in advance-the paid J ,.- I
won. Crude oil and banana oil have 1111 eEvERxee taunts
been messed together so much
a i Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance that the average ..BUcan't; tell 11Qn, AUOttOUCIOO .- ca+'tt"1
Late which from what, however, every- -
Advertising Rates on Application oo
discovered, '' PROOF
where that oil has been ra

__ __ the pioneers were ga-ga in the
.u. 60( ALCOHOL: eo ptppp:1.Lh.
c&, Classify) minds of a lot of folks. I
," u nk Spring seems to be suffering from a sudden attack of. ., As far as I know, there Isn't any I. t. 4O%ALCOHOL

; timidity By RUSStLL KAYSecretary. law, against flndln' oil In Florida : ETC.ctc \
o .Florida p,... --,11I"" and if folks want to go in the YlIhe
'9 "hole" to find out Levy County is
The cross-state canal seems to have as many lives as the
4 And now Tallahassee has decidedto as good a bet as any.

proverbial tomcat. r.' ., step out and see if she. can vamp To help the game along, the Levy,
o > the tourists by taking some paid County Journal broke out last!

; h About'the who aren't howling for vacation advertising In'Miami paper-And week with the suggestion that the I 'areeae....
t t; only people a why not? Miami with all its charms Florida State Chamber of Com- +

k &, are the CWA workers. not all Florida anymore than is merce or any other big hearted .
Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa or offer a substantial bonus or .
M O group
Key West. Police flock to the award for,the first paying well to 7
? A writer recently remarked that what we need is less1a1t" Magic City because it is well ad- be brought In. Well that ought to 7Jrolo Of +
r vertised, because it provides acti !* i
bet if lost, only
sentsia. '
intelligentsia and more common be a good even you THE
ties that especially appeal but a is broker
the chamber right now
o hunderd other'localities"offer':'dlsInctlve than the drill$Id.the last well somebody :, ,WORLD'SENERGY) .

i ; SCI Mother Nature must not approve of nudism, considering advanta&es.'Other put down. ,' y
;fly the hard winter she sent along this year.o north Florid communities But there's an Idea for some of \ COME'3.
should Tallahassee In
Join bringingto
you candidates, when. you start FROM'/
the attention of winter visitors
your campaign la Levy County you I
s, Add similes: As difficult to find as a platform for the the delights of a motor tourthrou&h might hold your meeting at the oil. ; COM(

a Republicans to make their next campaign on. this favored sectl n: well and offer ten thousand smak- I
o Roads ,are _excellent and rare ers for the first paying well, and
scenic beauty awaits the visitor. boy would ,you carry the county,I -
Don't forget to register if you expect to vote. And don'tkick Majestic forests. of tdtely pine, red you could Insure yourself with a --
about your government if you forget to vote. few good leases and be ahead of
ar clay hllla, charming distant l vistas, the game win, lose or draw. CUPHANT "ri" K' mace
p o farms' and plantations! ,' cotton, ten t %UKt THE HUMM BEING
+ When they''tell you that the world is going to the dogs, bacco, satsumas, quaintcities rich I
just remind them that the Bible is still the best seller. In historical Interest, lakes, springsand -

o rivers' ( From Pens
A trip over the Gulf Coast tilgh.
+' One exchange says that nowadays the hand that rocks way from Tallahassee through Ap- other doing the same for his RINGLET LAKE BAPTIST BIRTH)

the cradle might get, cigarette ashes in the baby's eyes. ">, mlachlcola, Panama City and on to county. 'I
AFTER THIRTY-SIX YEARS Such good soldiers should meet Mr. and Mrs. Joe
t ta + o Pensacola is one of the most beau- i There will! be an all day meeting Starling
I/ul In the state, on this route too, Thirty-six years ago County more frequently.-Orlando Sentinel Starke, girl March 16.
A Texas town has inaugurated "Mother-in-Law Day"with Commissioner' Arthur Clark said Sunday, March 25, at the Kingsley
a 1 14 the famous Wakulla
Spring. For :Mr. and Mrs. L. E Ratcllfl
?r the slogan, "A mother-in-law is a mother who 'made miles the road skirts the open Gulf' goodbye to Railroad Commission !.' Ml Lako Missionary Baptist Church Louise, boy, March 20. .
or circles Chairman Eugene S. Matthews CREWS; TO MAKE RACE I Preaching at 11:00: o'clock by the .
good. charming bay country.
On that December day back Stafford L. Crews, recently apJ/ Rev. Thomas B. Hughes.' Refresh Mr. and Mrs. VV A. Tyler
4.' o This section is a veritable sportsman's ,' there. at the tall end of a century, pointed member of.the,, Bradford ments at 12:30. Special conferenceat Starke, boy, March 19.
: President Roosevelt settled the automobile strike as paradise. Excellent hunting Arthur Clark was not a county County School Board, this week announced -, 2:30: o'clock' ,. with Rev. C. A Mr. and Mrs F. E. Godwin,Mu-
{, and fishing of every kind await.the commissioner,nor. was Eugene Mat- that be would b* a candidate .. Crosby presiding. All members are vllle, boy March 21.
easily as he seems to be settling most of this country's other man wlth.tod' and
gunnFloridians thews chalrjpan of the railroad for the same position in the, urged to be present. Visitors are Mr. and Mrs. Colvin Morju,
troubles. from',other parts of commission.. I:June primaries. also invited.' Lawtey. girl, March 21.
the state will find this I8c"on'an ,
o As a matter of fact Clark was
i Ideal place for a summer vacationand
Tuesday was "Straw Hat Day" in Jacksonville, but it will be well repaid for the just a kid an da private In the rear <::)

; was "Get Out Your Old Winter Coat Again Day" for the time spent In acquainting themselves ranks of was Company his captain.M. And They Matthews had
with this distinctive bit of
rest of us.The kid a in the rear
Just a and private
Florida. Try It sometime, you'll
American .000
o be delightfully surprised.
For the first"" time since they .
Lisbon! Enterprise observes that there are no love handstand r
shook bid each other
matches between old men who are poor and young women Folks around Bronson, in Levy goodbye thirty-six years ago, Clark
who are rich.. County, are getting all excited and Matthews met In Orlando the
:about oIL I dropped in the Journal other day., 4'
""i IPS
office the other day: and for It min Both are gttod soldiers. One sincerely .
', Depending on one crop for a living is like putting all ute I thought I. must have made .1 trying to serve his state; the
your eggs in""one basket and crossing a busy corner against i GUARANTfcftO ,
it isn't throwingaway
the traffic light.Gainesville.

i o S. R. JOHNS' GOODYEAR 0 money

t Evening Sun says that a man might have Ili SPESDWAY

twice the backbone a woman has but he doesn't get half the $410!!!

,chance to show it. WEEK-END .TO THROWAWAY
I .
o .
German scientist! say that long heads are superior to A Rood tire '
priced low
round heads. We can't see what difference it makes which SPECIALS OLD TIRES
t' : ii
way the brains run..An'alphabet .


of forty letters has been suggested Eng .

land. That's bad news for those of us who have trouble VACUUM PACKED .,,;"" .. ., _

enough with twenty-six. Alladin COFFEE, Pound'_ j :..., :._....27c YOU can get the few
;w I( v.. : 0, -

o 3 Tall Cans MILK_-_._____...;..:L-......--._17c dimes' worth of remaining mile
ill Octavus Roy Cohen says that bridge is destroying social

life in small\ towns and cities in the United States. It's helping 24 Lbs. FLOUR __'..:?I-__ 1J J.1-__--85c age.out of old tires, new. tires are

out divorce lawyers, however. 12 Lbs. FLOUR ___...;.,,..-:) //..:._:';'-,-___.-45c likely 'advance in price more.,

'1 Those who were doubtful as to whether the local Product 3 Pkgs. SALT.._. ____.______lOc thanwhatyou"save." "What's'

;, tion Credit Association would really work were convinced last 4 Lbs. BANANAS 15c more, new Goodyears give you
0 : : -___*_________-
week when the loans began to come through. GUARANTEEDGOODYEAR '

o 2 SUPERSUDS _, ...__________-__... 15c safety, traction, freedom from

Eat grapefruit and reduce says an ad. Grapefruit Is .7 Octagon SOAP or,POWDERS._ 15c puncture-expense Still low in
said to be good for colds.. What else will grapefruit do?- PATHFINDER

Times-Union. Get in your eye, for one thing., Palmolive SOAP or BEADS_'_w__ _... .5c 55 70 price, there's no- better Invest-

-- a 4 Cans Ritter's BEANS_,___:._?. ... :17c -, ment than a whole new set of
There was a law in some of the old Greek republics that

r every citizen must take one side or the other in an insurrec '2 Cans POTASH ...,-r-----1: ,...._ _. ,15c mediumpricedTRUCK Hlftn quality Goodyears right stow! 'r. Come :

:: tion. Made it kind of hard on straddling politicians Pure Creamery BtrITER'f'qund--! in, see the real "!J'buys" we have

a . ,...>- In

1,8, Add Food for Thought: Attorney General Gumming Fresh ,Cream CHEESE ...____..20c your size. 4

I announced this week that America's underworld has more
Sliced Breakfast BACON Lb. 20c
rns ;, .
{ armed men than the U. S, Army and Navy combined. -

10 Lbs. GRITS or MEAL"' "' ____te..20c GOOD/'TEAR I 1
': I
sF .
,A Virginia ,girl; pronounced dead, was .revi edit 0 1
3,Cans TOMATOES _., __ ___25c
i -'
1 ; mountain whisky. She might not have been revived after all

4c -perhaps the whisky was so strong it made the corpse getup No:2 YELLOW CORN,"" ___--- $1.65 ,' '

I and walk. '**" BEST SHORTS J. ; .i;.. __$1.75 A%
t ;
o- ''w- ---''''':'"''' FREE !

Cats' are now being stolen and held for ransom. This I HORSE FEED.-- --, .,---..._, ._$1.75
'will further complicate Engli language. When we'say"catnaper" ;.SCRATCH FEEDw! ...1.75, ,'USERS I ISM Expert TireMounting
will'we mean who steals cats who dozes
or one S our' tin before you buy-l,tt ua
l. in a chair by, the fire? :C. COMPLETE, LINE OF, CRATES .tf you ,about .th. MtUfscHon 'thGoodjrMM ..'

I l -, 0- ; an tlTin*other truckar.

Kl, The' Massachusetts Institute of Technology spent .. ., I Pathfinder' Rims Cleaned, Painted
'' G.dysar ,Tnlck'Tlns .
$30,000 in learning how to make the.most nearly perfect "
No doubt \ SOLICIT YOUR PHONE-ORDEiuF PROMPT 6.00-20.$14.95. 30xGS 17.85,
*> cup of coffee. some husbands feel the aame. way Straightened
Orttor In..........
{: about it,, these cold mornings. i DELIVERY SERVICE'_ Before' ,We Carefully

v --o-JL.- '..
o Farley i' ..It'you look deep enough you wilt,find behind Phone, 45 SFtroe;. Delivery Price*abject to.change wtthent aotleo ud*.u>y state .tax Mount
"every'attack on the President and his policies a special. inter- .. .

eat which seeks to re-establish the'advantage it held so long New

kx by controlling :the. GovernmentC o, ,SRI\ I 0.'h,nSi 0 Register 'MotorC.I .o._ ;. Goody:

,= A California woman has the first biscuit[ she ever<
and it is still in a good state of'preservation after thirty- THEOLD. ,, .RELIABLE, .' Our Men Art/
seven years.. And if it is the first biscuit she ever baked it 'STARKE, FLO Tlw/
troa ova TtTx4lvln'tEAkS,, : A./
will likely taste about.s'good now as'it did when.baked It. -

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