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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ablishedJ877 Subscription-For Year'$1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner

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L011F FIFTY BTARKB, FLORIDA. 'FRIDAY. MARCH SO, 1934 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE + ,

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]tauobefry Festival l I Sholtz RefusesTo May Planned Day F P County lival ; Assocation Loans Rehabilitation 1 .' i i'f J




ill Be Held Here Extend Time Bradford First County fn'Many: will have Years a May Get Interest Cut For Farms tm

; Day,celebration this year for the County

For Paying TaxesKnight first time In many seasons. Pre- Officers Announce JN

liminary plans were made here this

to Be Chosen .- week by Miss Joyce Ely: supervisor M I

laeen Will Allow Payment Up of schol, who nursing appointed service Miss nthts Lo"lse district Easier Terms-For Credit' Through Might Be Approved % l

To April 21 Wl'hout Additional Local Production Association fil
Expense Smith as county chairman to have
Fr- Attrac- charge of the arrangement -
e
Of Many
ta Days For AU Who Negro Lodge Burns It is desired to have, county-wide Odd-Shaped Envelopes State Administration Has Copies ,
| done In Store Committees from the Board of In the and The Interest rate on loans fromthe' Of Program Of Loral Men 4
1 Starke At Noon participation program
visit Thursday County Commissioners and the Production
although school will be out at that Credit Associationof Scored By Postmaster Distributed ,t "
School Board who went to Tallahassee
Starke as well aa other similar -
time, it la planned to have children
QNSORED BY LEGION The Knight of Pythias hall In last Friday failed In their here from all parts cf the county.An organizations has been cut from UNDER CONSIDERATION
attempt to have Governor Sholtz six cent The use of small "Greetings"cards
Reno to five
was completely deatoyed by old-fashioned Pole dance per and a half percent -
mm 19, 20 and 21 Chosen For fire breaking out about noon postpone the time for closing theta will probably be May tJature of the It was announced last week. and envelopes/ is very objectionable Would Enable Farmers To '"Live)
a
Time Of CelebraUonStoree Thursday. The downstairs of the books In Bradford County. day. Julian H. Scarborough, general from a postal standpoint, At Home" Without Help Of

Back Plane I building was occupied by Damon "The books will close on April 1, ', agent of the Farm Credit Administration according to Postmaster Jeneatte Dln
Dell who was operating a cleaningand as announced" was the message for the Third Land Bank C. Young, -

oft repeated question of pressing shop there. The originof the committee brought back from Land Bank Loans District, announced that the Interest It' la explained that the use of A six-point program for the rehabilitation f

by doesn't Bradford Countye the fire had not been determinedup Tallahassee.The rate on new loans made by the i small cards and envelopes for mailing of Bradford County r

a strawberry festival'" seems until the time for going to press. Bradford County delegationwas Federal Intermediate Credit Bank purposes cerloualy! retards and farms, conceived by E. O Long i. t

ut to be answered by the Jonea-. Another small house nearby also informed at the Governor's office has been reduced from three to two I disarranges the work In post of- assistant work director, and O. J. r '

igford-Whlte. Post, American caught fire, It is believed from that the Supreme Court had I' Received In Bonds and a half per cent, and this reduc. fices at a time when the facilities Qriffta, purchasing agent, both of I'

;ion who are now making plansa spars, but this was extinguishedby 0 recently ruled that all taxpayers -, tion was Immediately passed on to are taxed to the utmost. Such the local FERA, la under consider '

county-wide celebration to bed the fire department before much should be dealt with alike, with no Change In Policy lit Announced borrowers from local production small cards and envelopes frequently atlon by the state administration ?V.. '

here on April 19, 20 and 21. damage had been done. I special concessions to any. TCe By Farm Credit .Administration credit associations. cannot be run through the and copies of It are being mimeographed

be plan baa the ''wholehearted I Govu nor wishes to close the books This reduction, applicable until canceling machines, thus necessitating and sent to regional administrators 7v y,

port of a number of business I on April 1, It was said, because be further notice, Is made possible by canceling the stamps by throughout the state

see who this week signed an Berry Movement t believed that people In South blur- Mrs. E. P. Hill secretary-treas the recent sale of Intermediate hand an dottier extra handlings In for their consideration.
Ida are in better to credit bank debentures the course of their facing, distribution
position bearing a
pay
what they
aid. of the
lement to lend urer Lawtey National Farm Apparently the plan, which was 1k t i '
now than they will be later in the low rate of Interest. Not only waa etc., the addresses are likelyto
Id to help carry out the pro- Loan Association, received word drawn up by two men who have i
m. summer. this week fron\ William I. Myers, the rate low, but the Issue was be obliterated by the cancela-: been In close touch with conditionsIn
Begins In Earnest Tax Collector C. A. Knight said heavily oversubscribed. tlon mark; they do not fit the separating
has engaged J. J. governor of the:Farm: Credit Ad- e> the rural sections of this county,
local post
'be this week that "This two and cases In use throughout the
although his books a half per cent
ministration
D. C.
veteran Washington has met with at least temporary j
Imams( well known will close on April 1, he will allow that Federal Land Bank loans and discount rate by the Federal Intermediate postal service, and cannot be tied approval of the state administra4s
In Starke, as I ;
wman who is now Carloads Move From Lawtey- the payment of taxes without any land bank credit banks," said Governor securely with letter packages Fur- 'o'
will be his Jobee I comndsp ioner's loans Lion and It la announced that It will '
visor, and it additional cost until the time Myers "Is. the lowest In thermore, there Is not sufficient '
first Trucks Take Most Of Fruit. up te will be made In Un tutur through 1 the be given further consideration at
that Bradford County's From Here finishes drawing up his delinquenttax the Federal Land Bank In bonds of history of these Institutions. It space for directions for forwarding, the regional administrators meetIng -
..val ia the rousing success that list reflects the low rates of etc., in canes where It Is
on April 21. After this date Interest neceaaary
the Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation to take place In Orlando, April t'
B strawberry producing area deer The strawberry situation here taxes may be paid without the expense carried by the debentures which I to forward such matter in order to
.. which bonds are guaranteedby 15. If It Is approved there It will t''
this week with of the sales penalty of five were sold recently to the Investing reach the addressees.
was looking up carloads the United States government nd doubt be put Into effect not only
.e festival will be held on the of fruit beginning to move per cent If they are paid before both as to principal and Interest I I public. When these Interest rates In this connection It la suggested In Bradford County but also In other i

ant lot on Call Street between from Lawtey and heavy truck shipments June 1. However, advertising costs which,'will be at the- rate of 3W.\ are lower it Is possible for the Intermediate that In no* case should cards and ? counties where similar agricultural

court house and the printing being made from Starke. must be paid paid after April 21. percent per annum for the bonds credit banks to lower envelopes be smaller than 3Xx4 conditions exist.

ceo There will be a glittering The first car of the season. was It Is going to be hard for,taxpayers to be issued at this time. These their rates. When the market stiffens Inch**. A sis somewhat larger Is

way of booths representing our loaded at Lawtey Monday and since to get used to paying up so bonds will take the place of the and the coat of money Is higher much preferable, Mrs. Young said Th plan, In brief outline, Is:

il business houses and firms, that time four others have made early, Mr. Knight believes, and not cash distribution In the disburse- of course, the intermediate j i.ii 1. That all persons now on relief

I a feature of the three days will their way to eastern markets from more than ten per cent have paid ment of the unclosed loans'' previously credit banks have to advance their lease rolls who own or can obtain by s
from relatives
free acts such a. an old thus far. However, by extendingthe rates corre pondlngly. Emergency Loan grant or or
many that point. While there have been approved by the Federal
... friends tenable tract of land of
It Is the first time In any
e i plantation minstrels, an old 'enough berries to load cars at time for paying without any ,,Land Banks. history
.-ers' convention, a tap dancing Starke, the bulk of the movement extra charges to April 21, be be- The bonds of the Federal Farm that low rates of Interest In the big not less than ten acres or not more, ,

itest, a battle royal and several from here has heed mad by truck. ,. lieves that most taxpayers will :Mortgage Corporation, accordingto money markets have been reflected Office Now Onen Immediately than twenty-five on such acres tract, be of placed land.
I feature vaudeville' acts.' Mr. have a part of their strawberry immediately to farmers throughoutall
the statement of
However, it la expected that a car Governor My-
2. That all such be
Hams also announces that there money by that time and can settle parts of the United States," projects un
will be loaded here Friday. ers, will have behind them not only der the local FERA, and that there ,
1 be over 9900: worth of prizesen up without any great hardship. continued Governor Myer. "This
the
Reports received Wednesdayfrom unconditional guarantee of the nation-wide reflection Is made O. i. Grlffl Will Receive Applications shall be employed a sufficient num.-,
Comptroller J. M. Lee has decided possible
away Lawtey stated .that, a car Federal government as to''both through the newly organised No Blanks .Her br' of agricultural experts, eacb aZ
'erhaps the outstanding feature shipped from there .Monday !i that only the regular delinquent I principal and Interut-and: the capital production credit associations ,A* Yet with an alloted number of farms to
he three will be the crown- [ list will be published by the of the Federal Farm Mortgage
days of '
brought a top price thirty cents which now number 655, covering superintend the diversified plan of
| of of the festival. It Is newspapers this year. Publication Corporation amounting to about An loan office hat
queen per quart In New York and seventeen practically the entire country, most emergency farming. i
Bed different local or- under the Futch law'of all tax $200,000,000, but also the consolidated been
have here
to where
cents for pints.A opened applications 3. That be
of which have just begun to receive money crops grownon
lands that have reverted to the
jlzations sponsor some young good rain early this. week followed bonds of the Federal Land applications for loans. These will be prepared and accepted a small scale and only after auf
in this contest and these will state will be postponed until the Banks Issued In exchange for the production from In Bradford
|y by continued warm weather credit aaaoclationa will pay. eligible farmers flclent food stuffs have been pro Vu
voted on by means of.tickets chined will hasten the ripening and Im- Legislature has had an opportunityto bonds of the Federal Farm Morn the Intermediate credit banks two County for loans for seed and fertilizer vided.
reconsider the It Is said.
at local stores. The girl prove the quality of fruit In this .matter gage Corporation and the mort- and a half per cent on the money for planting and growing 4. That an organization of business

1 o Is selected will be crowned on county, and It will be only a short gages accepted by the land bankcommissioner which they borrow and the associations 1934 crops. This office will be sit- men, farmers, merchants and

F'lay' it is said. time now until the season is In full More Men AddedTo I as security for loans are permitted to charge borrowers uated at FERA headquarters and professional mea be established todlspo

here will be something of In- swing bere.Indication'. Governor Myers assured Secretary an additional three per cent applicants. >will be assisted In the ,I of all surpluses, either by ,
eat to andId Hill that the Federal Farm preparation of their papers by O. sale of fresh or by the
every man, woman from Plant City are per annum to cover expenses, build vegetables
In Bradford County during that late-set berries are still yieldIng Mortgage Corporation bonds 'will reserves and pay dividends. Sine J. Orlffls who baa agreed to per- erection of a canning and present

J three days of the festival and fairly heavy pickings while FERAPayrollBradford's be an attractive Investment. "They the aaaoclationa are co-operative In form this work for the Farm Ing plant.

confidently expected that the plants which .have been bearing will be as readlly marketable u. form any 'profits' from this spreadare Credit Adminlatration. 0.. That where It Is neceaaary to "

lebratlon will be such a successt through, the season are beginning I bonds of the United States government available to be passed on to the According to the regulation. under rent tracts of land, that all such ;

> it will be made a permanent .heavily to let In production. Quota Now Stands At I and they will be quoted in all borrowers.. which the crop loans are to be rents shall be paid In the form of

fture of the strawberry season. Commencing on up Friday of last i 880 Workers-Project. I the principal markets," he con tin- '. made this, year, any farmer who repairs to buildings and fences, and
.ued., "Holders who have to dispose secures a loan must obtain a statement
where no repairs are necessary,
week prices there showed a grad- Approved 100 Gallons Of Liquor
of these bonds should not tell them from the county production "
and afternoon then the rental shall be In the form
ippers StudyStrawberry ual improvement were bringing Monday growers to Three hundred and fifty men are without first ''ascertainingthelr" 'Found On Truck Here council, vhere one exists, that he of paid taxes. Tai sir
real market value. doe not Intend to Increase his '
twelve and a half cents per pint. working In Bradford County this -, 6. It la estimated that the average
FERA' Increase | The governor particularly stressed believed acreage or production In violationof family of six parsons can be>
week projects, an '
have .on What i I. to be the largest -
from Plant City the fact that: bankers
Shipments
country the
of approximately 100 over Agricultural AdjustmentAdmlnl.tntlon placed on such tract of land, with,
Code the nineteen million mark will be Investors in haul of liquor ever taken within
passed probably large In
program counties livestock to j jbuildings
last' week's quota. It Is believed the neceaaary repair
the limit of Starke made
city was
and It Is expected that there will these securities since the creditorsof where a county production maintenance.for '
and one
be a fairly heavy movement out of that the payroll this week includIng to- farmers who are being refinanced early Friday morning when W. E.: council has not been set up, before at a total coat of
direct relief, will amount year 8500."t
Thornton marshal took 100
night ,
\ Would Supervise Industry, I there this week. 95,000. may not all be In the position of the fluid out of any application for a loan will be In a letter to Julius F. Stone Jr., ,
Adopted Louisiana atate where they can hold the bonds so gallons fiery considered, the farmer who la +
-Approved By Reports from A complete list of projects approved circulation.The applying acting state administrator of the ,
Wallace) ,.that the season there is running under the new FERA setupIs acquired and will find It necessaryto marshal will have to give satisfactory FERA, the formulators of the plan
stopped a light
about three weeks behind the usual as follows: sell them. Secretary Hill states evidence that h* 1* cooperating stated that It Is their belief that

Shippers are studying closely time. Three carloads were shipped Local Projects: Administration that these bonds, which will be tendered truck on the highway near the with the production control unless some such program aa out.
; school house because It had no tall
strawberry''marketing agreent out of there Tuesday of this week sundry tool and equipment, engineering to farmers' creditors In pay. light. He little thought when he program of the Agricultural Ad- lined above Is adopted, there la no '
under which the Agricultural but it Is not believed that loadings Indexing county records: ment of the refinanced Indebtedness justment Administration. No loan solution for the direct relief client t
; held out his hand be
PJustment Increased are "exempt from all Federal, was halting a will be granted a farmer who
plans
Administration would there will be greatly repairs to Brooker school: repairsto bar in this county. ;rl
erclbe supervision over the In- ,within the next few weeks., Hampton school: addition to state, municipal and local taxation, roiling room. to increase his production of basic "The reaction which was expert-'
I ___ The back of the truck was covered
stry, It is Indicated In ,advice Starke school; Lawtey town hall; except surtaxes and estate, Inheritance with matreases, Mr. Thornton commodities or his total crop enced at the close! of the CWA pro }
ching the State Agricultural' Given streets filling and gift taxes. They are law acreage, gram prompted the plan submitted .
Cantata To Be grading Lawtey ; but
had
says, one corner blown
tension I ful security for fifteen-day borrow. The maximum amount of an '
Service headquarters at Lawtey school grounds; county the letter stated "At the
back
and he could see the necks of
inosvllle. In Palatka Ravines court house addition; Lawtey ditch: Ings by member banks of the Federal some -demijohns sticking up aa emergency crop loan that 'may be cessation/ of work on March 10, we ?'
Reserve system. They are also! obtained by1 one Individual Is
any faced wit hall the workers
were
pprovea tentatively. by Secre-i Starke sewing room. thick the
lawful investments for all trust, aa proverbial hops. 9 ISO. The minimum Is 925. yindtcaterl
Y.ot Agriculture Wallace early Gainesville State Projects: Coast and geodetic When asked what he had In the returning to the relief rolls, which
1 the More than sixty public and fiduciary funds\ of which Applications for loan in any the futility of the present '
present month* survey; malaria control; com- back the driver Ed
>nt agree"j singers !cnown as the "Gainesville the deposit or investment Is under negro one amount from .925: to 9 ISO: may be mode of administering relief."
sanitation.
shortly thereafter
Chorus,"- will sing Gaul's cantata munity the authority or control of the gov Johnson replied, "Bo ll. I got a accepted by the Emergency Crop
in this week's S
l tted to the Federal Projects: Reemployment Lack of apace paper
firms
hundred of said .
shipping by He
lower terrace gallons corn.
The City, on the cf
>ICh Holy ernment. The payments the Interest Loan Office provided the farmer of the
T publication
it of American prevents
must be office; census
before the he
signed Gardens that was taking It to a certain
of the Ravine Azalea these bonds and the repayment does not have sufficient
on
fleral farm mort- security ,plan In full, but it will be presentedto
authorities will declare the afternoon business (completed); man In Gaineavllle who shall be

at Palatka Easter Sunday of their principal are to obtain loan elsewhere. A farmer
a at
In Its
Jcument ). our readers entirety an
in effect. and land values (completed
gage nameless here Isn't that nice of
April 1, according to an announcement the United States (
Provisions of --- aROSEWOOD ---- guaranteed by applying for 9150 or more must early date.Senate.
the I In .
agreement a u.7)
neral made this week by Pa BAPTIST CHURCH which means that If the Federal flrat make application to the Pro- .
way duplicate the terms A bond of 950 was made by the
officials. A twenty-four
w have latka city EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES Farm Mortgage Corporation should duction Credit Association for a
ation with been accepted in, con piece orchestra from the University -- ever'be unable to meet the payments negro afw hours after his arrest. loan. Rejection of this application Overrides h hVeterans'

led in citrus fruits and em. of, Florida, under the direction of The place where the Bible the on the bonds, the Treasury i i I'by the association will be considered

1 Intervention pending'plans for Fed- R-.DeWitt; Brown, will accompanythe text book and whosoever will will assume such payments. SERVICE AT'EPISCOPAL sufficient evidence that other
only
other In the"marketingperishables singers here '.for the Easter may come located two miles south These bonds will be Issued In A 'sarvlc will be held at fit credit. la not available and the applicant -. Pay Veto ,

orlda. produced. event and! will aid materially In the Of Starke OD,Road 13. Morning denominations of 9100, |000 and Mark'. Episcopal Church on Easter may then make application

[Shippers who renditionof, the sacred oratorio. worship at 11:00 o'clock. Subject, 1000. However, amounts less Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock. Jack I I to' the Emergency Crop Loan -
moved 900
10IWe each tu j would or more be The event, which will be th* "Resurrection In Four Aspects." than 9100 will be disbursed In cash. Young of the University of Florida Office. Both Home Of Congress Pass Bill _

hued I to individual season. first of annual musicals to be held .Noon hoar, dinner on the ground For example, a loan of 9949 wouldbe will conduct the service. Frank Despite President Roosevelt's
members of
e control board in this famous azalea paradise, will There will be an egg hunt In the made In a $50O bond four 9100 Lewis, also of the university, will MRS. JUNO WALL DIES Disapproval r

>uld be allotted to On all additional start at 1:00 p.m.. and will last afternoon, and bring :your basket. bonds and the rest la cash, la addition be guest organist and a quartet IN NORTH CAROLINA -

f between 100 and 300 shippers and about one hour and a,half ,It! Is. Evening worship at 7:30.: Subject to provide for"'certahs debts, from the' university will also be The House of Representativesand

other to cars claimed "Death Disarmed, or the such. taxes which cannot be paid present. Friends of Mra. Juno Wall will the Senate this week overrode r
shippers of tap than
No admission ,will be charged Sting of Death* Removed for In bonds cash covering the required regret to learn of her death at President Roosevelt's veto of the ''k
amounts will be provided lUNGING CONVENTIONThe' Henderaonvill, N. C., Wednesday offices
Growers In and all residents of the state and Some" Independnt appropriation +
North Florida would
"Loans which have been applied Bradford County Singing night at the horn of her slater-in- veterans' and Federal
bill with
ve cordially Invited of pay
one member and In the South ,winter visitors are 'Rer. W.. M. ;Bailey 1*.pastor
orlda area to attend the musical treat.fir'. this church. for and approved, but on which the Convention will sing at the Christian law, Mrs. Horace Morris provisions higher than the admin ?
a.re" ;
other is assigned three. cash has not been paid out. as well Church'' m Hampton Sunday Mrs Wall, widow of th late titration had wanted.
to
represent the Florida SUFFERS INFECTED HAND AGNES SOUTHERNER: as those approved by. the bank In afternoon at'8:00: o'clock. Everyone Thomas P. Wall, had been a real- la a few word, the bill that .Is i

Control om tetesn'AftffeUtliMi would Vff J:. Bryant,. proprietor of the ,Agnes Southerner, six years old, the future, win be financed oa the Interested In singing ar* urged dent of Starke for a long time. now. law despite Roosvlt's veto
also (
n Carols Cafe la put again after being died Saturday at BVooker followingan above basis. This arrangement In to attend., When bar health began to fall aevral provide for permanent restoration $

r BBBBBBBBK.J. Wn.,by, fist home .for:several att fk.ofpneumonia., Both no way disturbs or alters th* ether maths ago she went to Hen to.the compensation rolls, at av- jf.

.T r4 t aBBBBBBBBlB Bunau and Agrt8rviav oafla4 day. with tohis a, serious Infection + the child were dead and .provisions of the loans,i)ToemUr- '<;KB8TORH TO CI1'JZICN81in1., ."' dronvulo for treatment, .and. tabs.. enty-five ''par cent'of their pr*..

> tnf resulting from sticking an Ice pick paten *n living with,'a 'half est rata DeW loans will cmaitjmi) Wt>*wy ,WWlam.'thls'vreelt".ri with. her folka.u economy act ,benefits, of' 3t,000> .k

into his hand. .Mr. Bryant was brother;:: ,CUftoD'''BroIk'y' : Burial to b <4ttPr cent for UM"so erg: awed word from tile State Board :Funeral services"'will b* hM World War wteran whose diabiltl'

Ito Iwodd lc. when the handle! of the took place Saturday la the Prevatt geney. period when mad tarmigbaaathNsal 01:....... that application' for' then this afternoon at 3:30: o'clock ities were pr** um d to have had ,

1 8 chipping off. and the blunt end of cemetery at LaWley. The DeWltt farm loaD asoclatlM ... clemency haul ba received sad. b interment being made there ajao.IRC service origin, but who,war* takaa ;

s It pick' wasrsimnsert cam ... morn than .tare C Dome Company. .... la charge fir per cwf whet mass directly Wculd'Wrh.tbsid,8lftlu. ; cit1ea.1' WaWir alstar-UT-Uw-'of w; from the roll after March W). 1933,
av "
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAR a 1 1I 1I

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I,I By Special Live Community Happenings Items Murt Re h


I I Telegraph Writers Us by Tuea, Noon--




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in a two more weeks. WALDO ToVrT .
In full swing MAYOR
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs -
4..' Prices so far have been fair.,. L. B.Alexander, ?
Jim Williams of Lake Butler. mayor n ,,
t BOOTSEY'S BEACH BROOKER RISING HIGHLAND Mrs. L. J. Norman and Miss Avie revealed this week that be
A. B. Hazen and eon of Gainesville I II

... Gaakln gins Ml.e Vere Galaey c.... were visiting friends and relatives ...... R.-N. Helta, c... Bf. E.: Crews, Cor. Norman were visitors to Lawtey live sldering to the running Legislature for RePI'eseII\I\

here Sunday Saturday.Mrs. chua County.. from

Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo was H. C. Wimberly,.Miss Beth .
Mr. and Mrs. B. 1* Privett are Among those from here attendIng The farmer in this section are of
; called to the bedside of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman Wimberly, Mrs. N. T. Green and The battleship -
K'' + ;yv receiving congratulations over they the singing convention at Lake 111. busy planting crops and gathering Sunday here with his Oregon,femora
who is
Mrs Wallle Crews, very Lawtey spent Carson Griffin visited In Middle- the war with\
a ,; arrival of a baby daughter, born City were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. We are very sorry to report that strawberries.Mr. sister. Mrs. George Wilkinson.Mrs. burg Sunday. 3,222,810. Spain, cost the U,
f March 10. The little lady has been Brown and daughter, Iris, and Miss Mrs. Sally Mott is on the sick list and Mrs. J. E. Norman, Mr. J. W. G-tffts. Miss Virgie

I't 1.. :named Lillian Jeanette. Mrs. Pri Cordelia Brown Miss Beulah Lewis this week. We all wish here a and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Vesta Griffis, Mrs. H.. C. Wimberly, Ro-

hti Itt was Miss Emma Crews before Miss Johnnie Cone, Misses Lel- 'speedy recovery. I McRae attended the singing convention meo Prescott and Carson Griffin HOW WOMEN CAN WIN

her marriage tha, Odessa and Ruby Kelly, Miss to that at Lake City Sunday. were visitors to Jacksonville Fri MEN
We are glad report
w jtt Quite a large crowd from here Vera Qalney H. R. Brown, Lavan very Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs.
t at Sat and Cliff Kelly, Grady Baxter, T. Miss Lubedia PInholster, who has Ida Harnage and :Miss Alile Har- day.W.
w attended church Evergreen .
been ill for several days, Is well H. Edwards of Lawtey was a AND MEN' WINThe
urday night and Sunday. i B. PInholster, Shine Mott, Ivan Karen again.P. nage, all of Pine Level, spent Sun- business visitor here Monday.
i and Resale Colson. day with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc-
and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan and H. A. and H. B. Crosby were Miss Elsie Starling of Jackson-
Mr. Mrs. P. Gainey were
: f children of Evergreen spent Sunday transacting business in Starke transacting business in Starke Rae.Remember services at Pine Level ville spent Sunday here with her Favor of Other Men
and
I a here the guests of Mr. sister, Mrs. M. C. Carter.
"i Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. Monday.Mrs. Monday.Mr. Church next Saturday and Sundayby Unless two pints of bile juice expect;" them to let rid
& G. E. McGauley and children and Mrs.' T.' C. Hazen were Eld. to. E. Hall,'paator. Mrs. W. A.: Bessent and Miss flow daily from your liver into that destrojre your penonalcXm.. .M.TIo
;, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford were visitors to Gainesville transacting business in Starke Vera Murray of Starke were visi- your bowels, your food decays in c.n't tall end do of It.your for they bowels only move 001110?

$d and Miss Martha Crawford and Saturday. Monday.Mr. Card Of ThanksWe tors here Tuesday. your bowels. This poisons your take sway enough of the.nd de.afed that doart_

Mrs. Florence Carlisle attended Mrs Evfrotte of Georgia Is and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins of wish to express our heartfelt Mrs. Milligan, Mrs. Leta Roaslg. whole body. Movements get hard Coimetioa I' a won't help at all, pO
services at Sapp Sunday. spending some time here with Mrs. Jacksonville and Struse of New and constipated. You get yellow chop this decaynpoison your bU, luI'1I
Mr. hanks; to our many frienda who nol and B. M. Wimberly of Jack- In ,our boW, ,
f Chism and Charnle tongue, yellow skin pimples, dull one mild L 1\
Randolph Martha Parker York spent Sunday here as guestsof have been so kind to us during our sonville visited friends and rela- : bad breath bad taste, a free flow vegetable of medicine whl"qW.
the eyes gas your bile
1 4 of Water Oak spent juice I.
e Yarbrough A. B. Shaw of Galnesvllel was attending Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb. recent illness. tives here Sunday.Mrs. dizziness, headache. You have become Little Liver Pill., No cnlomol ( t..
week-end here with A. J. and Rob- to business here Monday. e H. M. McRae and Family. N. T. Green and children an ugly-looking, foulsmelling In Carter'. .. Only fine mild .rrwr vepua

ert Crawford. Mr. an 1 Mrs. J. M. Mott and Joe Osmium, heaviest of the commercial spent Sunday here with Mrs. H. C. sour-thinking person. You extract.personal charm If you to would win men bring, but. ""
s Bruce Thompson of St. George, Douglas were transacting business metals, outweighs magnesium The Interior of the islands of Wimberly and family. have lost your personal charm. Carter's. Little Liver Pill, uur6ry rain toIot, .
Ga., spent Saturday night here In Starke Everybody wants to from dlrectlona today. ate at drug dare.
k +' Monday.Mrs. the lightest, by about fourteen the Malay Archipelago is covered Strawberries are beginning to run you. Refuse "aomethlnir Just as Rood",fa,.
with his brother, Eli Thompson.Mr. J. H. Kelly spent part of times, being twice as heavy as with dense forests of hardwoods of move from here again and But don't take salts, mineral may gripe, loosen, teeth or scald
i and Mrs. A. J. Chlsm of St. last week as guest of her son-in- lead. great commercial value. growers report the will our waters, oils, laxative pills, laxa- Liver rectum.Pllla Ask by for Carter's Little st
be nnme
season
;l George, Ga., spent Saturday night tive candies or chewing rums and what\ von unit for iPMisit.. --.tX'.,--.. .

- e law here and the sister guests, Mr.of their and brother-in-Mrs. R. N. "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---The Superlative ---By POP MOMAND -IX

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6. Crawford.Mr. of !fJY'ff. fI;';(;N-i:.}:Jyrr BQY I z: ; DON'T ""4.\1\\r' t' rT "
L. J. Norman <
and Mrs. 'g..I'< T I;'.>1, TWa LAST WEEK : KNOW'! AM EACH ONe HE UP, AUHAVEN'T' {{i\lr.r ;:rj''ti' SHe.'f 'oR'' : here the 9L..AMa YoU FOR WrfE'va. MAO / *-
SDIFPEREMT
J Highland spent Sunday ))I' a AWFUL.IM ;. You
t guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L "" NOT WANTING'. TO GAL< SMS TRIES 5 rUST: YH HUN'?, ,'/, Foi t-iY WIFE; .

1 Thompson.Mr. "feAH-T\-4 GALS BEEN 60 HOME !!: :ytie COOK EVERY :;i< ., ii A U.VTTL.6.TMAM WoRST.o..e. : '- NOW ;;: ;
JUST! SEN MEAL -.- :"a.hW \' \u<;\( ..r(. ''' How 'Do \ 'h 'i,
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and COr4&TAr4T i' :'I\y \ ,; SMS !( '.T--- .,:::2
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( t son, George Jr., and B. J. Roberts RAt3EGJCaB: :- 1S. 5'& THQoUIa/MY73ELF'i/ lT' ,,<,.'1. 'I'j'i '.I,'., JUST &OTou ''Iti:;,Itl6k?, ? ,)i. You Irit: "I, t I'f-, ..
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of Lawtey were visiting Mr. and '" 'r.\t.L1.i I 1 t, IO OF (; "i. '
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Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday aft :ill "' <; / 'I""r: ; : ; Y"I//' \ \ ,V.,,,.
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ernoon. E. J. Roberts remained f'w1AIOSK'' "1yPp''r" ''r,; ,,,1,1''" ( 'f'l I I, 1\ L1jr {).M1 sYyW : .. (.t 5.f 4Y' f'j'!;' j
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over as the guest of Mr. and Mrs f1 \)\' I r ';II I; > gJ -,"."" jf. .
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Crawford Monday. \ ''W l':" <: : \ ; 1 % ; ,"
Mr. and Mrs. Moncey Thompson ; 11Wt: ..A/; \it- .
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and 8. H. Thompson of Woodlawn ;1 ..L'< &1" .r.iit,1'., '
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the of .
spent Sunday here guests !t,/ .;! ". { i
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Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson.Mra. .p ... I( ,., !
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returned here L- I' : : != ;
Reddish < .
Mary \ ; S'i
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spending ,4 "f'r" "\ ::LI h'\lff..j; ) hW'"''"'' : '," ''.. .. ","-" ...;..
:t tf 4 of Mr.months and at Mrs.New G. River W. Andrews.the guest m t0ute, Mfb ......;a..aUrw.I lli, 'ntf.'ry ;;\ M y ,/ o 'r..t,.,, r' h,,':,!'t r i.:\

t Mrs. Peter March of Sarasota
THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR
arrived here at tbe home of her Proved!

l parents Mr. and Mrs. I* M. Mur .

rhee, Sunday, for several weeks' YOU DID SAY xou'oVMNC BE'D

+jk visit. / !: AND, \' YOU CMn I HAVE _
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p The farmers here are more than RfMEMSlR I\W THAT INHERITANCE' -r.-s::
THAT: I\U.l ,.
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w, pleased to see some warm weather GOTH" SAY. 18 YOUVI MYATMER" t\AD DRY ta 'A" ftCHA" '" IF YOUR dRANDPA'"

r!, come again, which In fine on the 5OMt 8yM MfMORV A POOR ItIEMOIt'f .HAT. If BAUD PA f tO SEEN A ..ooOM 1M -: r tD P1W9A61Y II _=='+

berry crop a* well as other crops, .,- ,,, AftD' CO p NIS' A = AND HAD.- WHfVT WOULD YOU "In CA4EL '
r ,but a good rain would be, appre 'AT"'t.a." ..) aE 'I XOUH VftK .1

h, ciated.SPISCIAt. .-"" ..j __ -= -a
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r 'that certain. final deer.given* rendered that under by I "'w ,\ l"' ./ (
Honorable A. 1/:. Adklne aa Judge of 1Iooj1, ( ,; '
the Clrout Court of Bradford .
Florida. In Chancery, In that Count; l ..::::- :-. .\
oauaa therein pending numbered S28 A' -- '
and wherein Arthur Grlffla. la complainant ? ( -
a K' and 1>. I* Blackburn et al \ '. \ : <. f".
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are def.ndantethe undersigned Bpeolal ? /
Mauler on, Monday, the and day : ...
of Art, 1084, during the legal hour ::00. )
t of .*al. and at the lIuth front door
of the county court house at Htarke.Florida
will sell to the hlgheHt and l
beat bidder for cash the follow In. -1lt: ,I I _
described land, to-wltt ... -
Commencing at the Southeast corner ... I. 1&I I J ey.c: I t1&h iT-)
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of the Hotel Lot In the Townof "_ _
Lawt.y, Florida and running u ,1"" !
S North along the West aid of State/ J t .
Street 7B feet to a point of beginning "l' j nillL. .

glee ,to thence State: Went Street and 76 at feet right thence an- ...::.. .RnJ l ( M

a; North Street 71 and feet parallel thenve' Mast with and/State at THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET",
_j l right angle to //oJtat..Str..t 74 feet,
thence Houth and along the Weet By L F. VanZetm
t+ Ida of /oJt.teoJtre..t/ 75 feet to the
point of be Inning. Said lot being 3titu JD.t'rr!
o in the hotel Lot a* platted I upon the 4" )lJ44liii MAIN' 9T. J .
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public records of Bradford County, 7
Florida. MAIN' 4T" CtTiLCADIMS I MQ..T.ipSgt 8r1IMON" 6t/WC OF: 'IkS -_ fir! ill! rr
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NOW Tb EXT nOUrSHBEACQM. + :r- CITIZENS/ OF MAIM
A. S. CREWS. : 'SmSET r H C58'( AtClpr
r KNIGHT A.* Special 4V KNIUHT Mauler, In. Chancery. HCWiFXVPtB Gl {n. vlGN:; AU OMtOBU6CO \( ? "fOI.A LATGST IHIISH1'OW Nt QA PliQMN4tHT Q -I.

Attorneys tor Complainant. T. EDISON SMITH I H 1b DO: r> Tb ,I :;:: :: LAM!0 vo+;T -A tc eRe Lvr/rf/ at: Voiles
+. 3-lal3tl.30 ', SGVEQ. MANILA 1UUM.Y R- j : BRAIN (14 ENLI6N1tNGD .sale
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TWENTY-SEVEN

;]NE STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 30. 1934 __ T NUMBER_______ __ __-__ .:_ )ii IS *rnl'
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-- JUNIOR PLAY ;
Senior PersonalitiesLula SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Reminiscences

EDITORIALS ',", IS GIVEN HEREA I t li..
?
Let us see what the class of 1923la
Ray Redgrave was born In T AUDITORIUM ,
doing now;
Sarasota, Florida on August 27. 1 "
'oled to the Beet Interest of: 1914. She moved to Tampa at the ohl-----; -====- ( Mary Lee Wynn Graduated + I'

n Bt1TCtr ::: from Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine Financial Succwm. -Money ToGo y) I 1
HIGH SCHOOL age of one and lived there until MY QoSil) } t :;: Big 1'
BRADFORD and Alumnae, 192ft when she moved to Starke ED D 6aee$ PApi1WW% P I ) Florida. She is now the To Junior ClaM. For En.

udento, 1'atrons where she has made many friends ? w I o, county school nurse, and is doing trrtaluniMit Expanse
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ssssasss r "S'
awe&f.

j EDITORIAL j STAFF by a very her pleasing attractive personality.girl and in recent She is t e Boy: G DfiYP t D. w.u III I II efficient Lois Galney work.-Married Mr. L. A. The play "The--Last Half Day of Q!f' '; '

_-__Edltor-ln-ChU contest was voted prettiest girl. Vooke f. GowrieRt NO- f Mints. They are residing in Jacksonville School,"" was given by the Juniors ''r
Hogsefl o cdtteto, ,
ty Lula likes and is Y "1 o..e Florida. They have one last Wednesday afternoon. It was
EdltorInChlefR. ; house-parties usu- UP .. SpaitLS 'WEReS" .dn I ,
Sapp.-A.1t. '
R16NT
oihr -----Managing Editor;. ally the life of one. She also likes OKItOCW I You tj&i'i'I V & lNt3 I!!. I'\'c' attractive little girl. a big/ success. The students enjoyed -
ohn.-- A7't7i i3 t 4 } ?
Harley_..AllOt. Mana Editor; cake and candy tall men the en- Yo li BtooD Be6tnwrl Fitt m 4a1.dree) : hi Joseph' Malphaa-Holds a position It very much and the Juniorclass I
mter, MOUYtI off bur
-__Exchange Editor tire B. H. S. faculty and all sports 11ovIF5 POOR wtTa YOUR CwTC << In Lake City, Florida. made 1522.: It was a
I Lons-- B*. Editor 17 !1 ', .t> Icaque play showing the way a r )t
t-e.\\
IIrarwlck--A..t. and shows. Among her dislikes '
otliy, ,Jachson___Literary Editor are wearing hose, studying and 114 ADatt11ouR ARMS.ltS Tai \e.T' K YodA.() SKiN Wilber Marnhburn mother-Now, In Ma- school should be run. The school ? e t y, N1'1
? r wonT rtunna visiting bill ,
Editor the school, so
A.et. Literary w'tvH.Ns aOld 'T board was vtaltlng
,IM Snyder. bragging people. Her greatest am- so' S
Sports Editor Reba Maxwell--Married Mr. Leo the teacher, Mr. Larson, wanted i t,
,t.rSchnell- bition Is to travel before "settling
,lie BlfjS .__A"t. Sports Editor down." Ei t1A P tJeT'teA.u."i Wiggins. They are living at the the children to how how much '

_________Society Editor 14 s7 oJ'GJCltRoJ'G TRII N State Farm, where Mr. Wiggins they had learned.
I ___Joke Editor MJMylt -RStvSTTet T\\e. Hoa"

ivr iry Anderson Godwin Jr., A..t. Joke Editor William Rice Parker was born ttvhtr \tt MIii T I'&T t-\ )\e1' holds Mattie H position.Norman-Has been teach- l.oulHo Snyder gave Tender the, welcomeaddress the fun- i t' t

__ReporUi in Jacksonville May 20,-1914, a Cp. se 'tJ trR1rer0M ; Charles "
school.
ur' Austin i'' ing In the Vanderbilt dumb and Mignon : ,
ny-faced boy J/
Entertainment plump, black haired boy. He movedto \ Td T E. Married Mr. Ed /
SRoRT Jessie Williams- Jitters.
ortei 0title the
"Got
!. i r ?+ Sisson sang
has
rtM Brown and Elementary Starke eight year ago and making their
f Durbln. They are "Give"
Primary Frances Hemingway sang
made this his home ever since. Fwd NM,. \\ ))' .
) -"? I home near Lawtey. Me Liberty or Give Me Love." Sid- -
Throughout his high school career, tf I r
.
S ) -- Hershfleld and Callla Strick ;

Calendar Of Events Billy He finally has been overcame a student the of"pugilistic B. H. S. S / I AUDIENCE WITII THE I'OPE ney land sang "Reuben, Reuben I've i F lit

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and the lack of interest in e Been Thinking. Mignon sang
bug" I When I was !In Rome we were Owl" and "Mood Indl- J qgo
March 30--Senior as- this back "The Night a
and came '
Friday studying year and t Sri'
anxious to see the Pope and ,
In very The twins, Dorothy Sapp
mbly, Mrs. Long's room and went to work. He will now be succeeded in .
!
after three days we Ruth Zelgler, recited a poem. Rob
harge. seen among the graduating class of Invitation to have an
Kid getting an ert Chapman gave an orl&lnalpoem
Friday March 30-Senior 34. Billy would have graduatedat
audience with him. on girls., Mildred Hundley
the young age of sixteen had he '
8Y Monday April 2 Student continued to make a grade a yearIn 1 When the day came we 'got up recited a poem. The negroes, June
to I had \to and Hugh Walters, sang
but he his Interest early to get ready go. Whltfleld '
ourt meeting. high school says '' '
Monday, April 2 -, Special In school always seemed i 0 wear a black coat that fastened up a duet. All the girls. and then all T ;

horns, directed by Mrs. A. E. fade away the last semester. He high around my neck and had long the boys sang a song Each member ,
had to wear stockings school board made a
sleeves. I also of the
likes music practical jokes (all) '
all.Wednesday, April 4-Hi-Y girls Spoken English a cheerful for no one Is allowed In the speech ,'ri

cetlng. disposition and doing his part of yr Pope's presence without stockingsOn The Juniors deserved a good deal '

Thursday, April 6Elemenry I the reciting. He dislikes bully- our way to the Vatican we of credit for getting up this show.
"i
chapel Miss Sheperd'som Ism,"" missing school, and laziness. stopped at a little store and bought They put It on again Saturday

(In charge. Billy plans to enter the Navy after .. n long black veil for each audience of us. night at Lawtey. The door receiptswere p

Thursday, April 5--Glee Club graduation. His highest ambitionIs Before going Into to'remove the his $5.05.: : x
had
Irected by Mrs. A. E. Wall. to become a naval officer. room everyone
hat and put a veil over his head.

MA1itN..r When we arrived at the Vatican Etiquette
SPRING Albert Schnell was bornIn tlWf t'"
William + : two soldiers dressed in their odd 1 -

the "Windy City"-Chicago. red and yellow striped uniforms 1. Is It now considered necessaryfor

spring Is! here! If I were only alet' September 21, 1915, stubborn curly )met us and led us down a longhall. there to be a married chaperonon
'! But I must content myself headed lad. After having spent e GRADEENTERTAINS end of the y
HI SOCIETYInformal SEVENTH At a door at the a house party {
Kh just writing an editorial.. several winters in Florida, his family STUDENT COURT I there to
INCHAPELPROGARM hall a sister or nun was No. In many cases, and correctly yi
mils Is the time of year wnen thet settled In Miami In 1923. From HAVE Inspect us and see If we had on our to convention, an older ulster ; ;

thing that we want to do 1 la- there he moved to Lawtey wherehe MEMBERS Social Chat "'rom11 Of high necked long sleeved dress, of as the host or guests acts as chap. yr

UDY. There are so many things has lived since. Aside from BEEN APPOINTED 11. II. S. and stockings Then she. led us '?

and do especially for the I hunting and sleeping. William likes eron. 7
see the audience room. at '
to
of seating
of yoVi-I doughnuts salads Haynes, Martha Room Turns Out 3. What ,is the rule
lusy Seniors. I beg pie, cake cookies Misses Kathryn !Mm. Drmorenf The audience room was a long

.a' don't get lazy and tired and pudding custards and a few Election. Held For Appointing Best> Powell, Lula Redgrave Bunnle Ca With Interesting, Program InWeekly room with a red carpet on a dinner T rank Is on
narrow
il I down this last month. If you desserts to add to them. He dis- Suited Students For Various nova, Dorothy Rltch, Mlna Manaaaa Chapel) the floor and little gilt chairs with I The lady of highest The lady of next ;,

Ive any term papers etc., that likes bragging loud talk and bluf- Committees Mary Canova, and Harriet placed along the the host's right. The yi
red upholstery his left. ,
rd ad- disposition week-end at Alvarez's Seventh Grade highest rank is on
lu have "put 'off doing fing. William has a quiet Ritch spent the Mrs. Demoreat's The windows had dark red of
wall. of man
le you to get to work now and and likes quiet and solitude.He The Student Co-operative Gov- cottage on Klngslcy Lake. had charge of the chapel program. velvet draperies. At one end of the lady third sits on right of honor" +lr
The "lady
t them off of your mind 80 that has chosen forestry as a voca ernment of Bradford High School Miss Audrey Carlisle Miss Von- lost Friday. there was a large red upholstered highest rank. be "tak :i

11 can enjoy the last of school. tion and plans to enter training in held Us first regular meeting da Inman, Miss' Kitty Hogsed and The first number on the programwas room chair with smaller one or first rank must always
fever" to going tot next fall or the year March 19. AU officers and members those There." of en In" by the host.
The "spring college either AlKay Carlisle were among a skit entitled "It's In each side of It. At the end card If a boy's yj
watch out! day he< of the court were present. The follows no 8. On a calling
If you don't following. Probably some Ravine Gardens In Palatka stated the plot was as was a largedoor
you and stalled to order by the visiting Briefly one side of the room has a "Jr." added at the end y
will make a BUccessfullor.estr meeting was Mrs Sunday.A : A boy, Junior Adklns, comes through which the Pope came. name out or can the Z
Carter. It be spelled
KID DAY will be patrollhg one of Uncle president, Sullivan box on the should
a A man
of the few of the younger set enjoyed Into the room, sees We waited two hours. be used
took abbreviation
then charge
Sam's many giant forests throughout Carpenter the consti- a. supper party at the lake Friday floor and starts to open It. Imme came and Inspected us and told us is preferable to have the"junior"
that It
Kid Day! What doesn't the country. meeting and explanled was yells at him not to the Pope came
committees night. This delightful party diately a boy how to act when engraved In full. It Is not
various
an to the Seniors? This day tution and Miss "It's In there.. he says. knees In frontof '
commit- given by the Epworth League. open It. We dropped to our with capital "J" If spelled "
all department
ll t be observed March 30 and Lester Daniel Schnell was born The following Government Louise Smith wan in charge. The He tries again to open the box butagain our chairs and the doors were spelled N '

Seniors; will undignified In Montague Mich., Aug. 15, 1917, tees for Student Co-operative following Juniors and Seniors represent the boy la stopped by the opened. Four soldiers came out out. FRANCES FANE. ;

they did in past gone years.ich a green-eyed listless lad. His famIly were appointed- : : Miss Lola Long, Miss words, "It's In there." Finally, Two_ stood. on each side 01 me aoorwhile ',

has been planned and the day moved to Miami when he was Library Committee-LOUise Jackson Kathryn Haynes, Miss Lois Adkins, after many efforts, the boy opens the others walked In front of

been looked forward to wither six years old. A year later he chairman; (8.50-9:40): Jessie Miss Bunnie Canova and WoodfUHalle the box and, to the amazement of ua. Following the soldiers came r Elementary News

anticipation. Friday morning moved to Lawtey-whlch he claimshe Mae Dennison; ((9.40-10:30): ) Annie Sullivan Carter Richard all, pulls out a whip! cardinal dressed In red; then came -

Seniors will have charge of OH can't help-and has called this Laura Tucker Marjorie Stump Mil; Thede, and S. R. Johns, Jr. The next number on the program the Pope. He was a little old man The following program wa presented II '

[pel program and rumor has i'ut his\ home ever since. Lester is siX- (10-40-11.30)( : ) Dorothy Sapp Martha Brownlee and Miss "musical comedy," entitled dressed In white gown and cap and by Miss Lucile Edwards' k''

It Is going to be good There teen years old being the .youngest dred Hundley: ((11:30-12:20): ) Lillian Miss Belle Shepard were visitorsIn was"The a Old Swimming Hole. This wearing red satin shoes embroider home room: '

111 I be a trip to the lake for lunch Senior in the Class of.,34. He also Sternberg Elaine Wynn; Louise((1:20-: Lena Gainesville Sunday.: selection was mainly composed of ed In gold. After the Pope came A reading, "How Old Is An Elf?"

d an Easter egg hunt. What has a head full of brains. He has 2:10): :Mary Lucile Torode, by boys who played another cardinal and two more sol- -By Monteen Warren.

>! It will bring back the "Schoolys been a writing prodigy of the B. H. Jackson; (2:10-3:00): Bunnie Cano- songs sung and went swimming.The I dlers. As they marched around the< Playlet, "The Sleeping Princess.

School days Dear old golden S. staff for two years now being va, Louise Snyder. ANOTHER D. II. g'UOY hooky the room the Pope held out his right A reading, "A Good Play"

'e days!" sports editor. He likes all sports, Office Committee-S. R. Johns WHO HAS!! MADE 0001) last number"The on Truth programwas Party." hand and we each kissed the big Wardolph Johns.

Hollywood typing salmon fritters, chairman; (8.50-9.40)( : Richard a skit emerald ring that he wore. Whenhe Song "Old Folks at Home"-By
portrayd
j IH-Y CLUB RECOGNIZED drawing. Joking clean habits and Thede S. R. Johns; (9:40-10:30)) Clarence E. Ware who use to This play at the opening housewives bad gone all around the room he Virginia Anderson
of
good looking girls. He dislikes hornets Beatrice Miner Bunnie Canova; \live on the Klngslcy: Lake road a collection gossiping,They decIde went back to the door and raising Reading '"Foreign
.
Bradford's newest organization classical music braggingearly (10.40-11:30): ) Richard Thede. S. R.Johns with his parents previous to 1917 at tell a sewing nothing party.but the truthto his hand, asked God's blessing on Violet Johnson. Children"f f

HI-Y Club was recognized in hours ((6.00: ajoo.) and argue ; (11:30-12:20): Joe Shufford, Is now a prosperous lawyer of to other. They are almost at, each of us. Playlet "Epamlnondas" Vlrglnla -

latest issue of "The Hl-Y ing. Lester plans to enter the University Edwin Torode; (1:20-2:10): : Lula Clearwater Florida. each throat over truthful insults GLORIA JOHNS. Anderson and Jimmie Oriffls..

ws" as the newest addition to of California and wants to Redgrave Katheryne Haynes; One day recently he was on hisway each others when Aunt Felcla enters. She Song "When It's Springtime In {)

six thousand! clubs already In do sports announcing and writing (2:10-3.00): Norman Johns .s. R home from Jacksonville and tells them that they should tell the Bright Sayings the Rockle.-Monteen Warren, 'y.

stence. also. He would like to be an ath- Johns. stopped In Starke to see childhood good and not the bad. They do. Marie DuBois, H. B. AUord.Announcl.'ment +

lit waa mentioned that our organ- letic coach he says but his main Chapel Committee Georgia friends, one of whom was his primary All ends well -By Prof. Gray n

f tlon plans to attend the tenth ambition Is to became a free lance Katheryn Haynes, chairman; Bun- teacher Miss Olive Ray, In then turned Senior Girl: "I can't marry him,

Dual HI-Y congress at,Daytona sports writer a second "Grantlant. ate Canova, Marjorie Stump Billy his modest way when questioned!, The program was. mother. He's a" atheist"and doesn.tbelIeve Lost And Found

1 April, and asked boys of other Rice." Parker. be related. many extremely interesting over to Mr. Gray.IIOl.EDU1LU.NO there Is a hell.. L

libs to co-operate with Bradford Boys' Rest Room and Hall Committee happenings In his life sine< Mother: "Marry him my ueaiand h '

l d l "give them a hand." Dorothy I. Bitch born Feb. 10, -Joe Shufford chairman;; he was a. student In the B. H. SIn ON PLANSRECENTLY IH1PLA1\' I I between us we'll" convince him Found-One 1934 spring. And {

1917. Temple Avenue Starke Floe Sullivan Carter. I 1917 he was studying engineering that he Is wrong. are we glad! The B.. H. S. Stu-

ida. She Is I a very attractive girl. Girls' Rest Room and Hall Committee in Elmira\ N. Y.. when be vol unusual and attractive dents. .
A very Lulas "Were you trying to Lost An epidemic of m acole.
service in the Work+ -
light for
Dot la tall 'rather slender chairman; unteered
AUNT -Lula Redgrave of books for home-bulldlni "
In a New display catch the street car? Finder keep at least twenty miles
Dot has tnUnlng
brown eyes blond hair. CarUa Faulkner; second War. After was shown lithe I
first period, and house-planning Indeed! I wa
and Kathryn: "Oh no. away. All of us.
ASSYFRASS' personality, and is liked Prevatt; York camp he went to France
a pleasing period. Margurlte hall recently. This proJect }- from
upper It book
struggle merely frightening away Found-Some Incomplete s
by all who know her. She Is noted third period Gilds Marie Thede; was engaged In the gigantic was planned in the Seventh I
the corner. Mrs. T. T.
COLUMN For her laugh and being tardy every fourth period. Idell Clemens- flit] for eleven months. After being Grade arithmetic class of Mra report. Long.
dead Lost-A 1933-34 model of winter.
ito shah and seemingly
ambition wounded
Her greatest badly "
morning. Miner period matbmeU-
period Beatrice ; Demoreat. The young roommate Isn't succeeding The B. H. S..tudents .
Like comrados took from bin Billy: "My Finder keep away.
of his
and things.
see one
"go places Mildred Dinkins. of Idea
an
Starke Florida. and turned tin clans made scrapbooks very well with his driving .
to eat. take life easy swimmingshows Rlchan his Identification tag of and alai o
1934. Committee- borne, showing the plan
:March 29. Attendance of the dead. A British lessons. Wanted-Some better i'rade.1Several
ar Aunt Sassy f rasa: loves to ride. Dislike. .going Thede (Twelfth Grade-B), chair stretcher-bearer as one took him to a boa pictures of the furnished room. Halcomb: "Why what' the Students '

{jl have a problem which has been to school. man; Louise Jackson (Twelfth and after two weeks he was These books moreover showed matter"
Grade-A). Louise Snyder (Elv- pltal good taste in selection of pictured took turn for the of Pisa
lag my family and me many conscious and able to write a card Billy "He a The leaning tower was
Alta Katherine Bahama was Grade), Dorothy White (Tent! Furnishings, and harmony of rooms "
irs of thoughtful consideration enth In Florida. Clarence worse. never upright because the foundation
I born In Hampton July 2, 18115. This Irene Davis (Ninth Grade). to his people to the type of house. These book).
My slater Liberty has a habit Grade), In hospitals in France and the began to sink before the con-
Senior ranks high In all hip Committee -' Martha was could be well used by future home -
quiet salt
walking in her sleep. She'does Cheer-Up United States for many month "Ludles and gentlemen; itructlon was completed.
J's every night and since weep :school studies, and bas obtained a Brownlee (Twelfth Grade-B). suffering from wounds and mustard builder. I the speaker "before I begin my address s.e

> upstairs my parents are afraid second grade teaching: certificate. chairman; Annie Laura Tucker In the lungs Finally be The moat prominent display was I have something to say to

t he will fall out of the wln- ,Alta U very agreeable and Is ai (Twelfth Grade-A). Elizabeth Hoi) gas his health in Key West a miniature. home built by EddU' you." '
toe next
wIn this way she will probablyure i friend to alL She likes movies, llngsworth (Eleventh Grade-A). regained Hartmanm of the Seventh Grade, I Send $1 for '
all the teachers. visiting Tenth Grade-B). hospital. beaver B months of
herself critically. What flowers Lillian Sternberg ( The bouse was made of News Photographer (lining up
[all parties, and candy (a hint to bet Whitfield (Tenth Grade-A). Always ambitious, he soon matriculated white and trimmed Bradford
[ I do? I am so worried. June of Flor. board and painted Seniors for a picture at the -
peanut).. Her dislikes Include cur. Virginia. Alvarez (Ninth Grade). in the University law i In green. It bad a small porch High School) to tall boy TheAtlantic
Desperately yours rent events quarreling, tests and and Morals Committee Ida. Before he finished his and flower -
JUNE WHTTFIELD. Manners to Miss EllaBelle on the front green "Smile nicely at this little girl over
noise. She has made a very good Pauline Priest (Twelfth course he was married boxes with flower. In the wlndowi bere."

Starke Florida.'1934. start In her career and we are sure Grade-A), chairman: Katheryi RoUnd who was a student then In on both sides of the porch. There Richard Thede: "Ah,'heck, that'i Monthly.
March 30. will be successful In her Grade-B). Irma Steson University{ It was UM -- 1MAKKl
that she Haynes (Twelfth were even ferns In the boxes on slater."
I Dear; Desperate June: planned vocation as a., school: StockweU (Eleventh Grade-B). that he' changed. his alma mater tide porch. The home bad five my the most of your read-
must admit that your problem be and his wife were both hours. Enjoy the wit
Grade-B). and
teacher. Elaine Wynn (Tenth rooms, all of which were furnished.By Mr. Long: "Tell me one or two
nly has fact 1925.:
In 8tetson In
worried me. Tenth graduated from the wisdom the companionship,
( Insidecould
Marwlck the doors the "
'aye Marjorie opening thing. about John Milton.
about lost it two But nights after sleep contemplat.us think-. To reduce the dally ration because Grade-A), OUta Smith. (Ninth His splendid record a position at Stetson as a'' easily be seen and admired. Marjorie S.: "Well he got marerted the charm that have made the )
him to get
the hens are not laying well Grade). helped fhls enUre bouse was built by the and be wrote 'Paradise Lost.1' ATLANTIC for seventy-five ". '
matter for hours, I have food allowance traffic squad was turned member of a well established law weeks.. years, America's most quoted j;
me to or. to Increase the The young architect In two Then his wife died and be wrote
the conclusion that the Clearwater where he Is now *
Iy following an increase In egg production over to the HJ-Y Club. firm in Paradise Regained.'" and mos cbedlshed magazine
cure your dear slater. He and his wife own a
y.t0
bert Y> from w.H'cing: in her sleep Is to miss entirely an important Mrs Long and Mrs. Carpentelwill practicing.lovely little bom and have two The total annual value of the Send! |1 (mentioning this ad) '
to of sucessful feed- represent the faculty. United Futcb "U uncle can play
Put tacks oa the floor.Advisably principle fine little boys products of poultry In the Lacy ) to 4rim'

tog. States Is about 1848,000,000. the piano by ear" ATLANTIC MONTHLY
yours allow a pound, or a
Always Woodfin H t "That' nothing.
AUNT iJASSTFRASS. half when selecting Music baa been transmitted S Arltagtesj s... es.t.. +,
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan furnishesthe pound and of light Wigglers, or mosquito larvae, Hy uncle tinkles with his whiskers. ;
twenty-five miles on a ray }I
comet dressed
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.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII STAtKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCD IQ,
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; r, Methodist Ladies Entertain I Baptist-# Young 1'eo lJo's? Woman's Club Board' I'Fortnightly Music Study, Club one Four pound gallon of sugar.'of maple sap make

w Holds En oyayp.! ;Meeting, :
Meets WednesdayThe
J'' I With A Silver Tea District.Meeting Saturday; NOTICE TO APPEAR '
'regular monthly meeting of A delightful evcnlDo wai en Joy IN TRIO NAME < t ,.
and Mrs. divisional WLORIDl' :
of Judge JLlle Jacksonville meett
home
At'tbe 15
'OtLe.l : of theuWom- of membersand THUS STATE OF !
l 'theraxecuUvel board number
41h ed by a large
1'l afternoon.Circle" of the people of'the-different I by affidavit Iliad Inthat
A. Z.'Adklns Wednesday Ing young held at I It appearing
thedistrict an's Club of Starke will be visitors of the' Fortaigfctly certain cause In the Circuit tthtJ
Missionary
: of
Woman's
-
No.2 of the association
l ( the club house next. Wednesday Music Study Club at the home of: Court,Twenty-ninth Judicial Circuit, ,
JTIn_ Society of the Methodist will be:beld at the First Baptist In and for Bradford County Florida. ,
Church entertained at a silver tea Church 'here, Saturday morning, morning April 4, at 10.00( : o'clock. Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Lowry Friday In Clmnoery,, entitled J*tJ. Cowart,
U. D. C. Will Meet On the following Wednesday, evening, when Mrs Luther Powell Complainant *.. Beatrice Cowart
for the benefit of the local work. March 31. at 10:30: ,o'clock. Defendant and the relief prayed for
Afternoon April 11, the club will be honored presented a paper on "The Life and Divorce that the Defendant 1.a 1.
,, Wednesday Larkspur, calendula, gypsophila being ;
The interesting program,"Spring with, a visit from, the A CapeUa Compositions of Wolfgang Mozart," resident of State or Country unknown a-
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D and other spring blossoms added to Bonnets of 1934," Will be given by Choir of the Jacksonville: College of which showed much research and to the Complainant, and l lover I.. Seei1
)' j the charm of the rooms where the from the different the are of t..ntyon.y.ar. SC..,,
'J ', I C., will meet Wednesday afternoon the young people Music, under,the. direction of Ly- ability., and that there I. no person In the
; of Judge and large number of guests were churches in the district, and State of Florida service of personal, oc '
,j at 3:30: at the home man Prior and the regular hour of Mrs. Powell painted a vivid word whom would rNpry',
seated. procece upon person-
t Mrs. E. K. Perryman. HostessesMrs. : the.program Is aa' 'I i' ,i Perryman, Mrs. A. M. Darby Receiving at the door and collecting Morning1Gratitude 3:00: o'clock in the afternoon to picture who was noted for tonal l'l.IS ORDBRBJD. that the Defendant ten deal l the iwifttit uroliol'
\ Middleton. the silver offering were Master''' artist Beatrice Cowart, appear to theBlli violence known lo man.
+ the Deslgtrer
Miss Madge to Ti30! that
and nighCso that an Starke-
I {
I not appreciated and accepted :- of Complaint I on the 7th day of
,
i/I.o. ) beauty yet ,
I h D.... ._ Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate -Devotional Meeting. I ites will be given an opportunity May A. D. 1934 otherwise a decreepro Lightning imurc'i arsonist Urtiponnblt
H. V.
w Mrs.
I while be lived for ,
I 'h, ./, ''i, W. M.'S. Circles I after which the guests were greeted Welcome to Our Bonnett Shoppe to hear them." John H. Powell Knight assisted Mrs. Powell by confeavo for her failure will be to entered appear asralnuther twelve million dollars apprommitilj in fin.. Innyirlrl .
1\\
'
: Will Meet Monday by Mrs. W. E. Middleton, presi- -Welcome address. tenor, of Starke' is a member of I Mozart's "Rondo," displaying It I.1 further ordered that this orderbe II itrika inywhm. wiito*
{ I dent of the society; Mrs. A. W. An- this choir. playing published once a week for four warning
Thank You-Welcome response. her fluent and consecutive week in the Bradford
the Woman's Missionary Mrs. A. Z. technique sounds I
leader
'r circles of derson, circle ;
( The _
rJ ifs the Band Box-Song I County Telegraph a newspaper of Mnftn nock '
Tones from
'' I.I Society of the Methodist Adklns and Mrs. W. G. Haile- Special Easter Music musicianship. general circulation' published InBradford will .,o/.er you .....
; !) _...... ,
,
and business sessions. I .of t km ,
the beautiful County, Florida. rau/nnf Mon
Powell
afternoon Mr. John
Church will meet Monday Mrs. Leon A. Gray, accompaniedby sang .
J: \ At Churches Sunday' WITNESS my hand and official 11Mrne Iw.p o eorFat. ..
Jt I ._ _ at 3:30.( Circle No. 1 will be Mrs. Hal Hoffman sweetly sang ColorfuJ:'. rqaUona-Stewardship- "Lullaby," and through his artistic seal of said Court this Slat day: of ..
entertained by Mr. F:M. Long, at "Just A'Wearying for You," and contest. _____ Sunday at both morning and eve- Interpretations displayed the March, A. D. 1934.
,\ ; services at the First Baptist I A. J. THOMAS,'
r.1 her home on North Walnut Street. Mrs. Hal Hoffman favored the Imported Models=Our guests. ning delicate shadings emphasized by
\ :
I\ ( ,Circle No. :2 will be entertained by company with two instrumental Bonnet Strings-Method confer- Church the choir under the able Mozart In his "art songs" of which Clerk of Circuit Ccurt.Bradfo..d HAROLD C. WAL1INSURANCE

., ""I, 'p, Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mr. H. solos Miss Hazel Middleton's read- ences. :direction of John H. Powell will be was the creator. PATTEN A EANDRUM.County, Florida
At
41t t B. McLendon, at their home on ing, "The Bath Hour," was heartily Afternoon ;render special: Easter music. The Fortnightly Music Study Solicitors for Complalnant8.2310t14.20
the service, the anthem, ;STARKE
tl.f: f' morning' | | FLORID
applauded. A clever' flower contest Club has recently federated with
Y; North Walnut Street. u Bonnet Reflections-Devotlanal. "'The First Easter," by Wilson,
under the direction or Mrs. u. the state and national organizations -
Sy'R by Jacksonville
Trimmings-Playlet
with ,other special music, will be
S. Matthews, was a pleasing feature and members of the local
of the afternoon. Mrs. J. H. young people.LiningsAnnouncements.. given, with Mrs. E. L. Biggs as club gave reports of the State Federation ,
r. Mrs. B. WHITE IIOUSE EVAPORATED
accompanist George
Ritch and Miss Louise Smith tied of Music Clubs held in
Trade Mark (Chrl t-Mrs.) L. II Flynn, Mrs. J. D. Doyle and L.. G.
RITZ THEATRE In giving the most correct answers. Jacksonville March 20-24.
refreshments served Bingham. Powell will be soloists on the pro-. MILK
Dainty were Closing prayer. iV I -' Mr. John Powell gave an inter- D
} by Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. A. W.Ander.cn. gramchoir
STARKE!, FLORIDA esting report of the choral groups
r ; is composed of the
)'7 Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Misses Easter Sunrise Service following members: from different parts of the state 3 Tall Cans______ 17C
; Katie and Virginia Fugate., I
MATINEE The sliver offering amounted to At Presbyterian ChurchThe Sopranos, Mrs. George B. Flynn, who sang Wednesday evening. -:;
t .a Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss Eunice Perkins Mrs. G. H. Lowry.told of the de-
which will be used for improvements i
$14.00,
t annual Easter sunrise prayer (mre Iona
I3VKHV SUNDAY MONDAY.WEDNESDAY. Tomatoes
:Miss Frances Hemingway and lightful Music Appreciation Hour
SATURDAY at the parsonage.Miss meeting conducted by the membersof
Mrs. Luther conducted Mrs. P. N. Coleman
Mrs. C. A. Knight; altos, by _
====
8 ISO P. M. the Christian Endeavor Societyof
r : ,, Mitchell Entertains; the First Presbyterian Church G. Powell, Mrs A. E.Wall and of the Friday Musical of Jackson- WHERE ECONOMY RUU5]| 3 For __________ 25c
r ta'. NIGHT SHOWS Mrs. O. J. Grlffls; tenor,John H. ville, Thursday morning, which was _
Mission Study Class will occur Sunday morning at 6:3()
4t DAILY.s-7x80, sad BiOO p. M. .. Powell; basses, L. G. Powell O. A. an outstanding feature of the con-
SUNDAY.-___.iOO P. M.PROGRAM .' Miss Lucille Mitchell was hostessto o'clock at the church.The Andreu J.F. Klckliter and William vention. Mrs. Coleman presentedan BANANAS 3 Lbs. for
:Mission Study Class, conductedby following program will be Duncan. extremely Interesting paper on _________ lOc

-L the: young ladies of the Presby- given: The choir of the Methodist. Russian music and composers,
terlan Church, Monday afternoon Organ Prelude-Miss Marjorie Cooking APPLES 4 Lbs. for____ 25c
; I H: Church, under the direction of Mrs.A. stressing how much nationalism ,
y at' 4.00: oclock at her, home on Stump. Z. Adkias,'!'will also render spe- has affected their music. Serge

,i BEGINNING MARCH 80 Madison Street. Song, "Rejoice..,.and Be Clad"By -1 cial Easter music at both services Borowsky the Russian baritone, Florida LIMA BEANS, 3 Lbs____ .25c

Miss\ Nancy Clarke and Mrs. Nathan congregation.Scripture this choir with several musicians of
Sunday. Members 0.( leading '
"The Easter Story"Miss -
FRIDAY Prevatt led the discussion of. Nancy Clarfte. are:' Jacksonville, asajated\, Mrs. Colemanon Fancy Stringiest,BEANS, Lb.____12'/2c
the book being studied by'the clus.Durin& Sopranos, Mrs. J.. W. Andrews her program.) .
"We Would See Jesus"Ladles
Quartette, -
"Orient ExpreatPSATURDAY the social hour thehost. Voices.Invocatkx Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.. rsl.A.W. An- Miss Lucille .:Mitchell reviewedthe Sweet Juicy Fla. ORANGES doz. 15c
nu. ,
ese served dainty refruhm ,
', I next Dr?Lowry. derson ..d'MT> R:>; Fi[ Demorest; work of the.BJfctf: nslon Depart-
.The class will meet again
+ "Salutatlon'to altos Mrs. D. J.IKfght, :Mrs. E.K. ment which
f. the .Je.ua"-Mis. Lucille held U.R108t1ng, during GRAPEFRUIT 3 for lOc
Monday afternoon April *, at ____
anoT:MISS! Louise Smith ,
Ferryman ; ,-------
k the luncheon
; hour
at the
: :Mitchell. George
home of Miss Marjorie Stump, with ; tenon S.I'1Ej'Ritch\' and James
.HorsetT Irs.-G. H. Lowry and\Mlss Stump Song,' "Hark,* Ten Thousand ".CT..Long..: Washington HoteL The alms of California Iceberg LETTUCE Head .8c
'"King of Wild Harps and Voices''-By Congregation Rltch bass, the Federation were, stressed at ;
I onductlng the study Mr,*EJI.Qf) | M.',. Davis organistat this meeting.

>0.1 .. ._..... '" ..- "'- .. Address-Dr. Lowry. the First-Presbyterian Church, The State Composers Hour, con- Fresh CARROTS'or BEETS, bunch 7/ c
hat Easter
SUNDAY MONDAY Song, "AU Hail the Power of Je- arral1g'ect'.peclal numbers ducted Mra.'Robert Lee
by HutchInson
f
Flower -
Say it with for both services there Sun-
TUESDAY sus' Name"-By Congregation. when the works ,of twelve Fancy No. 1 Irish Potatoes, 10 Lbs. 27c
Miss Alice will
.. ... iJf day. Fernandez
mm f f .v-* f Organ Foatlude.Everyone state
composers were rendered,
beautiful
render violin solo
"Moulin Rouge" a num-
Interested in this sacred was reported by Mrs. H. H. Young.
Flowers F6VAI1 l ber, accompanied by Mrs. Davis, I
i + service is Invited to be.pres After
Constance Bennett at the morning:service. a short business session Plain or Self rifling
'
Fraochot Tone' RUM Columbo OccasionsGERTRUDE '" ent. I This choir is composed of, the the club adjourned to meet at the IONA 8 Lbs. 12 ftdUOb :24 Lbs. 48 lb .
..... S) home of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis
''i T r T following members:
O. E. S.>Meets Monday April 0, when Mrs. H. H. Youngwill
r 4P GODBEY Sopranos, Miss Estelle Kendrick: FLOUR 27c 49c 95c $1.79FINEST
f WEDNESDAY THURSDAY The' regular meeting of the Miss Corldad.._ Torruella Misses have the program on the Italian -

P "Ever Since Eve" KINLAW Starke Chapter, Order of Eastern Marjorie and .Evelyn Stump and and French Operas.MarshburnIIazen. .

} PHONE 40 .Star, will be held at the :Masonic i Mrs. H. H. Tfi bung> ; altos Misses I SHORTENING SCOCO

k George O'Brien Mary Brian .Hall Monday evening at 8:00: I Isabel and Alica Fernandez and
w ,. -'. Sll Church St..'I Starke, Fla. ,o'clock. AU member and visiting Miss LuclQa JJitcheU; baas E.; :M. Mrs. Rubye, Kelly Hazen an- COMPOUND 4-Ib.:Carton 27c

r-- '" 1 M. I members of the order.are( invited. Davis. i:_,, flounces the marriage of her daughter -

.. Opal Marie, to George Wilbur DIXIE CRYSTAL
I) i- 'r C rr t Jf'i' 1 rto :diy! Aar'rdf' 1 1It \ Marshburn on December 11, 1933

Palatka, Florida. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23cIONA

B1t / '. .; I Fisk Guarantee 23ond' 616534 Although they were married In

R c -ass.": ......._. lien.a.rtr..rt..ra.d. December of last year, announce-
: n.hI1 : "
1. f v.Iw.-wM.. ,,..-a w ..t::.'.=t.r.-: =-.:::..:.. ..._.- ment has just been made of the LUSCIOUS YELLOW CLING, 4Halvea( )
ti ''s .raqeraar.
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.'r .,<">.,. y I4, 1,.*" !r!!...avrwrraewt..k'selms r1aa turn....ONLY..UOIIY.-t! !!! zen marriage, daughter of Miss of Mrs.Opal Rubye Marie Kelly Ha- PEACHES, 2 Large No. 2/? cans 25e

. ;. ::== E ra..aati: i i iI Hazen of 415 South Virginia Avenue

.. 1 ,. + q 'r175Arsa0.T A__' a1a -AwO7M/Q_._ to George Wilbur Marshburn, ROSEMARY Delicious, Pare
1 -r 0.-- r.r-wr w.- \ Tn
\ son of Dr. and Mrs. E. R.
4 .. / J r./a-r:""y t ri.: .-:"l lrw.lir.. .1IiW::: .t J 1 :-:..--I'=-J.=. burn, of Marianna. Marsh- GRAPE-JAM 2 16-oz. Jars 29c

..' -Yarr- ==--"_.. ,tewer...; 'Ya. Y'Jj' t Mrs. Marshburn Is a charming

-.. .=: -, .- .. member of the Gainesville
..:." :.ii.IF ", I "- youngerset. ANN PAGE-Delicious,Pure

r< '''I .-.1.: : ,.: t= !i_ -1.! Mr. Marshburn attended Emory PRESERVES 216-oz. Jars 35c

t ...!Iioo4.---- University In Atlanta, Ga., and isa
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-
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"a I. i member of the Alpha Tau Omega
r"t'r.: .=
sC tl :=t.......:;. ..__. .....- ,i >< :' K. .fraternity. ,He and ,Mrs. :Marsh- ,SMITHFIKLD-Plnmt Quality

+/,@ : '. _.::r.:".:=.::::.a='.::::.=-:::=- -_._.....- burn will reside his Marlanna. CORNED 2 27c
f- '' -ors rtr awwr.a. .. I BEEF No. 1 Cans
.0.\\ 1"* <..:......y IW..l l ?. The above announcement taken
.
u serlwrd9t0ea. .-.i >*.> from a recent Issue of the Gainesville -
ilk p armoraaitw.. Sun. will be of Interest to BROCKPORT-Tender, 'Golden Bantam
t' -

'.:. .I S w },.'. ,)a .., 1 .' ==_.._ .. II COVERS; .. his friends popular throughout couple. the county of CORN 2 No.2 Cans 19c

.:. ..' J ': .. .....1: Cats BrmlmtmFaaKj Mrs. MarEhburn, a former resident -
... I eknlw4arraa.
of Brooker, is the granddaughter ENCORE--Prepared
wr.rvwwaMr.rri .
v, J S BrakesBlowOassi
ik ,'.. i Mrar.rw of Mrs. D. W. Hazen of
"
:{. .. ;j't'' 1", In .<*''*- Brooker and Mrs.,D. W. Kelly of SPAGHETTI 2TallCais.15c

... U 1 f. J I I I I T 1A l1.er.I.la fon New River ,
'
kY iff 11>,, .t.- j'f.'f" ,1 Wheel Oaj of.IJne 'MI''. Marsnourn, a graduate of GRANDMOTHER'S Fresh, Plain or Sliced
Bradford High School Is the!
It I t-.' If' grandson of,Mr. and Mrs. O. W. BREAD 3 14-oz. 21c
Loaves
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i H.. J. li, ... a 'Y .A Alderman of Starke.
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r fc Baptist Circles To Meet,

Monday :Afternoon. ,OCTAGON PENN-RAD

i--: |v Buq'.Fli H: 'circfe i 'No.; .l of the Baptist W. M.

3.. will meet at the home of Mrs. MOTOR OIL
9r ? Sarah F.,Hamrtck Monday afternoon SoaporPowder

at 3.00 o'clock.

: : theBondedTh'e"t I (Circle NO. :3 will meet with Mrs.I Special Size Bars -((8.A.K. 40))

IH A.; M. Darby, and Circle No. 3 will 2 Qt. Can ___.37c

... be entertained by Mrs C. R. Clarkeat I or Packages; 2 Gal. Can$1.25

her home onCherry. Street at

COST the same hour, 5 for ---_____10c 5 Gal. Can2.99
f Thl Fisk Guarantee Bond protects you whether: you NO EXTRA | ; r rL .

t ,drive 5OOO mile or, 50,000. You are protected not I, W. M. U. Divisional MeetingThe l5
R INS O <
i t only on blow-out, bruise and cut,but even,when the --" 4.4021 ___________-T S5/70 Jacksonville. divisional meeting 2 Packages
1 ;of the W M. U. will meet with
F cause Is faulty brakes, under adoa qr iroeels out '-4.50-20------------ $6.20It the First Baptist Church, Jackson Life Buoy Toilet SOAP 4 Bar. 25c

I ville.;'April 10,'Mrs. N. B., O'Kelley,
I ,
line.
of
jfroK
PLCan'I&
4.75-19 AJ 6.90 president.; WESSON OIL : QtCan35
; Think of it! A maker with sT tire so good ------JS-. .rp'
'' ; sJl:\ t responsible It U'hopea each society,will be

i t *I that he. can assume risks which were formerly yours. 5.25-18 __________ f$8.35ffrfflV'u" : well represented. CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield; : _Pkg.7c<

: Come m and the bond. Then youll know how NOTICE! DISSOLUTION ,BRAN 15c
see c.. 40 TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN FLAKES, Sunnyfield 2Pkgs.
'-' !r. NOTICE I. hereby that the
s-lven
tT:
I '
much extra value you get in a Flsk tire.today.Viola's partnership heretofore existing' between -
!7 B. JACOBS and WILLIAM RICE FLAKES, Sunnyfield Pkg. 15c
ROSNRR heretofore engaged In the
TIME TO HETIREt b..I".. of general merchandlalner -
In Slarke, Bradford County, Florida, e'' T
4" e the atyle or firm name of
under
*, R. Store and at Oreen Cove REALLY FRESH OROOTfD EYESCQFFEE
Tavern Springs' Clay County Florida, aaThe BEFORE .YOUR
: Beehive. has been dlaaolved. by
1 E mutual eonaent of the eo-partnera.
ae and ntO.ib Seta day of March. ,
114. : henceforth B. Jacobawill
:
,: "' ,..,.; S'CHLITZ BEER' i .iSE'' ,, b. the Sole owner and operatorof
;., \Ij I. x.,.. Starke.the '"J.and and William R. Store Ro.n.rwItI,*' eltuatiM be In S O'CLOCK 'J'RED CIRcL JJOH.UC

I%: pn Draught ked in Bottles. \ the Beehivealtuated eole. owner; and.operator in CJre.iv of."The Cove Ll>. 19c Lb. 21c' 'Lb.2

r 'BILL'\VILL TREAT YOU RIGHT aprlna.Dat.d this 17th day 'of- March,
'' A. D. 194 -
tllcn.d-' THE GREAT. ATLANTIC A CoIP.l''fc
Theonded Tfre, PACIFIC
X I tSlmrke, Florida _-\;;, Shell Gasoline' WILLIAM.B. JACOBS.ROSNEH


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)tY, )\IpRCII 80. 19M_ _.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE .ft.
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Mr. and :Mr.,, Lloyd Green and I Rev. C. W. Mathison of Tampawas Mr. and Mrs.. A. L. Davis of Miss Hazel Adkina and Miss Evelyn -1 NOTICE Of--KtBCTIONBy : :;;:

Mrs P,. M. Barefoot and daughters, II a guest Sunday at the home of Jacksonville 'spent Sunday ,W Stump student at' Florida te.ted. .''> i.",
afternoon Juanita and sari: spent Saturday Mr. and Mr. T. J. Griffin.1: :Mrs Starke wiltf 7 Mr; land C Mrs.: C. K.N r: State College for Women are the:....w.the. o pow( the. Stat. of In Ktorldn them thBunrd |W. .,t. ,"" ''" "; 1 rj"
'its. pi: ia Jacksonville. Mathlson Is recuperating frota anopet'aUon *worthy;a.t their home on,I Walnut spending tbe'week.-end here with of I'ubllo Instruction .t Bradford ", .... i\I t jIr
.n T"I I I election u't. r, ,;if '
en
at ( \
,, a-Jacksonville
.
hospl> OountIher.br I
I MrsitjU W.' Street'Miss ,.,r. theirparents.. Judge.and.Mrs. A.Z. to be tier" 8p.cl..l Tax !> r. C ,(
: Strickland
and
children tal. Adkins and Mr. add:Mrs- Fred F.. Dlntrlot,"April *R, 1II1H. at th..cheol.. :' I,' J 1",
of Wildwood spent the first I hou*.In Nov Ktvor, ,. \ 'I '1,1 I i ,..1 't
c8I Ne of the week here with her parents, Mary Brownie; a freshmanat Stump:) Miss- Adkins 'and Miss For the p holding -t iftlilUctlon t\ "11'; ,. I '
l Miss Elizabeth Holllngswortb the' State Collere'' for Women, their tht tOlrowlnlr are appointed; .r .j''!
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stump have as guest'for the "If'
Manning. spent the week-end in Lawtey with Tallahassee, arrived to Ku tlo" Kelly M. L. John.. U. W. }, i ,
Thursday ,, I I
Miss week-end :Miss BIllie Faxon of Miami AnOrcwi and R. A. Sapp ol rk. I 1'I
Mary Lucille Torode. These spend the Easter vacation with her I\ t
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND W. C. MANNINO. Chairman. I I' I
CONCERNING Miss Olive Dell of Gainesville has young ladles, accompanied by :Miss parents Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Brown also a student of the Woman' A. J. QRIFPia, Clerk '(., \ ;
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND: TOWN be enapendlng several days In Torode's parents ;Mr. and Mrs. W. lee. College 8-236tS-10| | "1 ,
Starke with her uncle and aunt E. erode, visited the Azalea gar I .....f.... .t '' *, I
s
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson. I dens at Palatks .d 3J;
dnday afternoon.Mr. '
.' The many'friends of Mrs. S. R. Y ,
I Mrs Johns, who,hall,,been so seriously ;' .I .
Friday H. V. Saxon Mr and Mrs R. L. Epperson and : and George A. Gardiner rand ill for several weeks at a Jacksonville FUNERAL DIRECTORS I ./
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Lamb spent and F..M. Taylor of .
i JIM Audrey Hampton were business visitors two children of Jacksonville are their guest Mrs, T.'F. Sherwood hospital will be Interested to .. Many Years Experience Make It Possible far Us to Render $ I :df1J'''F; Ptf.tUU. 1 {
i JacltBOvine'\ here Friday. spending several weeks at the Ep : spent Sunday at 'Hastingswith know that her condition i Is slowly EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE \ : ( '
person cottage at Kingsley Lake. Mr. Gardiner's sons-in-law Improving and that if she continues MODERATE PRICES 'i\ } t 4 :' l:

E.: B Andrew of New River was a Ralph Cotton and M. King of and daughters, :Mr. and Mrs. W. to improve she will probably be re- DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY : til fff1, 'I
ltor here Monday.. Moultrie Ga., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S': C. Carnell and i S. Yelvington and Mr. and Mrs. moved to her home here within the STARKE FLORIDA I' f '" ,
\ friends in Starke. two sons of Ormond are expectedto Zach J. Roberts. next few days.- .' 4@i\/;
Theodore Young spent last spend Easter with Mrs. CarnclTa -- 1\t'\.. .) (II!, \ .
Jack801wt1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott ru rt
ursday In Miss Elizabeth and James H .1-I BBl BllllllVHlBllHlMBlBIRlllBVBMlRIRRIIlUBH ., ;
llngsworth were visitors to Jacksonville -
Gainesville spent Saturday.. Earl Searing of Lacoochee spent ALL Macaroni's'
of
TommY Lane the week-end In Starke with his j
unday in starke with friends., parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Sear
-- T. J. Griffin spent Sunday In ing, at their home on South Walnut HOURS 4 for 19c
guseII Greene of Brooker was Oveldo with the family of Mr. and Street. Tip Top Grocery
business visitor here Saturday. Mrs. L. E. Jordan. COFFEE

Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Loyd of Salisbury -
River'wlns Lester Price Robinson
a of
Apopka
of New !
CHEESE
M J- Sapp Md., arrived in Starke Tues-
Monday was visiting friends in Starke durIng
here -
wetness visitor day and are guests at the Starke
the weekend.Mrs. Lb.
Hotel. Mr. Loyd Is a member of the ,
M. L. Johns of New River was a A.fr:: Sauls'and Maryland Legislature and is enJoy- ,? I F,
uBlness 'IIlslto here Tuesda daughter, ing a business and pleasure trip to 19c SALE <
Miss Louise'Snyder.
spent Satur-
Florida. 19c ,
I A. A. Durden of Montlcello was day in Jacksonville.Mrs. ; 7 '

L business visitor here Thursday. Glen Searing and two small NAT SEZ y'
li]
Jones of Jacksonville was daughters are. pending several : 1: 1

Citing friends in Starke Saturday. days in Jacksonville.Mr. Boy, am I glad to see Easter arrive SNOWDRIFT 6Lbs 12Lb.
because I know that on that -
H. V. Knight were and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and '
col. and Mrs. day you folks are going to wear FLOUR
Saturday afternoon. son, Paul in, spent Monday after- Plain '
SclfrUing
,Jacksonville noon in Jacksonville.Ray spring clothes I or 27c 47c
even If it's freezIng -
Lewis of Jasper spent ,
Willie Ray and you have
friends in Starke. L. Geiger of Green Cove j
visiting
unday to go to bed the
Springs was a business visitor here.
next day with a
of Brooker'was at- Wednesday afternoon. No. I Cans SLICED or CRUSHED No. I Cane COItNED .
R. T. Osteen severe case of

|ending to business here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Gray and er.sumpin I'm afraid or oth-If PINEAPPLE 2' f for 19c BEEF HASH 2 for

Mrs. Hal
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen of Hoffman were visitors to I had to dependon
/
rocker were visitors here Monday. Jacksonville Saturday. the thermom- No. IYJ CAN No 2 CANS "


>Miss Jacksonville Patsy Brinson Monday was afternoon.a visitor Butler':Mr. and were Mrs.visitors J. B. Crews to of Starke Lake eter light customers to make clothes buy my HOMINY J .2 for 19c, TRIP, Full Pack Can y'y'No. '


Wednesday afternoon. this year '1 I Cans MIXED 1 eI4l//IS AMERICAN OIL nr +
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Naworthy would be out of luck because it' i

ere y. visitors to Jacksonville Mon- Patsy Miss Brlnson Thelma,were.Sllcox-shopping:and Miss In Just looks about like little forget Miss where Spring we're has lo VEGETABLES 2' for 19c SARDINES 6

Jacksonville Saturday., cated. Why It hasn't even been: .
No. 2 Cane TENDER JUNE I-Lb.Cane.IN TOMATO SAUCE '
tAke Butler was
C. C. Butler of warm enough to make a youngman's
Lttendtng to business here Mon- Mrs. Raymond'Bell of Chicago fancy turn. : PEAS 2 for 19c S'A"RDINES\ : I 2 for
ay. III., la a guest at the home of,,Mr. You might think rye been talkIng -,
and Mrs. John Uglow. about the weather a lot lately.
Charles Imbach was a business but It seems that it's UM most et /* to
isltor to Green Cove Springs. Mon- Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Mott and J.A. changeable thing there Is-outside
ay Douglass of Brooker were visitors of a woman's mind and let me tel BANANAS 6 Ibs. Ic
FANCY #
here Monday afternoon. you, it's much safer to fuss about EXTRA
James Moler of Los Angeles the weather-you don't have to depend -
illf., is spending several weeks in Miss Ethel Ricks'and Carson M. on the weather cook you -
larks. Griffin of Highland were visitors i three meals a day. 10-0.. oTI'iE' PALMOLIVE I
here Tuesday.ttcrno: But before we get off the subject
A. B. Shaw of Gainesville was arominent I of Blaster remember this: ::2 f for 19c SOAP 4
.
visitor.to Starke.Wed-' Miss FeneUa] Qay4er.lpe4" : several ._....
days in Jacksonville last week I EASTER BONNETS
fiesday. with Miss Lillian Garris. Fer Young Girls and Girls That 9-Os. JAR SWEET MIXED or DILL CAMAY

Col. and Mrs. D. K. Knight were Stay Young PICKLES'' '2 for 19c' 'S'O"AP 4 for !
iJlltors to Green Cove .,Springs Mr and Mrs. Elmer Lazone oJ 69c to $1.95
Jacksonville were visitors to .
day. Starke Friday afternoon., EASTER SHOESFor 10-0. JAR tt MEDIUM SIZE "' f4 ',

Mr. and were.Mrs.visitor H.: P.. -Carney to ..StnrkeMonday. ofrooker Dorothy Ellen Steele of GalaesvOle the Young FeBera and Ideas the APPLE JELL 2 for 19c OCTAGON SOAP 8 for

is visiting her uncle and aunt, Fellers That Have Young .

Mr. and Mrs. J.'B. Sapp. $2.98 to $4.95 B-Oz. JAR ASSORTED! or GUAVA JELLY OCTAGON WASHING

Mrs.visiting Minnie friends Brown. of in RaIfordas Starkersday. Martha Was Martha Powell Brownlee were ''visitors and Miss to EASTER DRESSESFor PRESERVES 2 for 19c ,'PO'WDER 8 for ,


Gainesville Friday afternoon. The Tall Girls and The Small Girls ,''-
Mrs. J. Hamilton Ritch Is spendng Also The Fat Girls
in Gainesville with Mrs. O. W. White. Mrs. G. it. Best '
some time $5.95 White 2 Ibs.
datives. Bennett and .Miss Etholln White $2.95 to BACON 25c'M

spent\ Monday in Jacksonville.. .
SPORT TROUSERS :j"I
H. L. Brownlee;,; Jr., of Jackson- ,1\ ;; : 4'
tllle spent the week-end here with Col. and Mrs: J. E. Futch of De- Wash Pants That Look Good I +
pis I family. Land will be week-end guests of And Don't Cost Much-All Sices QUAKER .tC STAND RDOATS'

Mr.,and Mrs.H; L.' Brownlee. $t98:
2Pgs 19cj TOMATO JUICE 4 for
CoL Joe Hill Williams of Lake ,
Watch Oar Window For Dally
tier Judge J. R. Kelly of Madison .
was a professional visitor
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ere i Friday. was a week-end guest of States Specials BABY )0 $. Tall Cale CARNATION or
Attorney and Mrs..A. S..Crews.Mrs. IT PAYS JO BUY AT

Mrs.of E.Marianna R. Marl bburn spent And the children first- Jessie Mae Blakely'and STERNBERG'SStark LIMA BEANS 3'Lbs:19c: PET MILK3 for

pf the week :Alias Lute Edwards were visitors to
here with her parents GREAT NORTHERN REGULAR Ik SIZE .
Mr. and Mrs. a W.:Alderman.Dr. !Lake City Saturday afternoon. *, Florida or .

i NAVY BEANS 4. Lbs.19 c SAL 6
and Mr .. HJ: B.M> .....dcm I Mrs. D.-W Kelly and -Mrs. Her- Pkgs.
d Mrs. E. S. Matthew attended I mle C.' Kelly of Jew' River were _
e)funeral of Dr. E. R. Marsbburn !visitors here Wednesday afternoon. CAM You IMAGINE I ILAM Ir BLACK..VID: IUQtTlAR: ISo SIZE ''

f Marianna at Lake Butler Sun- "
.PEAS. 4Lbs.19c'' MATCHES 5 'Bxs. '
ay afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs. W AScott spent r
Saturday and Sunday In DeLand
with Mr. and Mrs, Walter Glatzau.

ANT A Williams >> Best
WORD
Mrs Lafayette left RICEZc5jbs 22c I BATTER Ib
Friday for Opp, Ala,1,'where she : Creamer !II'
COLUMN will tives.spend several weeks with rela-

f OK 8AIM-200 bbla.assorted Cuban COMPOUNb' ,FINE' iiANULATED 1
flint corn at 7So per busheL :Mr.;' a 'Mrs., Ji:. W. Hayes and '

.OR W. SALE s. Ware.-Strawberry Worthlngton.plants Fla., UYeL.1amea children Sunday,in Eno Gainesville and Betty with spent rela L.AR1)) "". 4 Lhs. 28c SUGAR 10 Lbse k,


wheelbarrow plows and other
,
ola. also oil stove and Other,fur Lewis spent the weekendIn CELERY or LETTUCE j Each 5c Lux SOAP 3
niture. Ruth F. Cortney.- ""
Lake City with his brotherInlaw -
PEWRITER RIBBONS carbon and sister, :Mr. and Mrs. C. I7.8hsak. Fresh TOMATOES Pound 5c Lux FLAKES 2

Paper and second sheets on sale .
t the YOU IMMM t> ('
- Telegraph. office. Phone 29.tf Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth the ricouraoporeKnns. CARROTS Bunch 7Y2c ,;TOMATOES, Fancy 3 M M18ST
spent Sunday in Gainesville with c.roar.klmcnl eft r spending
'I in Mimahnents ana
WANTED-Baby alligators this Mrs Hollingsworth' mother. Mrs- } : IRISH HO'I'HJB'8: r
years hatch. AdruM Nt nl/lq 0 t9AGU i ,10ft, IIcca c
you can quantity Jams CtUon' of' I 1fKokh, ot,rt'J N.:ffO\I b
supply XL A.
artln Seed Co.Immediately, Jacksoavtlto." "Fla. 'J'be'OW'A/office force enjoyed a .ith 0 few \t's! of IISMA-RU CI, POTATOES 10 Lhs. 25e COCOA 2-Lh. B S

- (U fish fry at the Klngsley Lake cot- .

BRuvo QUILTS.'pine needle work*, tag of Mr. and Mrs. Harold' vWaIl. EXPLANATION 'Royal 'vli,. better biscuit, bread,
and other hand made articles Thursday nightMrs CAN IA'K' CA-
You wish to MIl to Lteger-Longer, Blsma-Rex I Is a new antacid treatment ?y, cake and piewith i
Bradford C. W. Beasley of Gainesville that is bringing welcome relief -
J rooms County Mrs reading Ruth F.and Court-exhibit was tax Starke the first of the I to thousands everywhere who / ;r f:':' BALLARD'S r

ney. Griff to Bldg.,Starke. week visiting her parents, Mr. and suffer the agonies of indigestion GelatinDessert
Mrs J. C. Manning.Mr. and other acid stomach ailments. I =
STRA\\'BERRY PLANTS 10.- Blsma-Rex acts four ways to give '. 0BsE"LISK I t
W30.000 Mla-l"nary and Blake- and Mrs. Marcus Conant of acting relief In three minute It {:
more.at $2.00 neutralize excess acid: ; relieve
vas 1.000' '9.2$ per Jacksonvillewere guesU Monday ,
5,000. Prompt "hlpmeni. of guar- of Mrs. S.Brownlee and. Mr. and the stomach of gas; soothes the -"' ) FLOUR
aQtBe true to .# *' Irritated membrane f and aids
nno state Lira; J. Brownlee. 4
certified
* eaa., free new had plants. Place digestion; foods most likely to '" :' e ..... 12 UM .24 .....

OPoodence* Brownlee Bros. .Corre- Mr., and Mrs Johnny \iBalsdea ferment Blsma-Rex *'1I01d only 4 for' aSfci ., ; '35c 65c $1.25 3 fori '
Nu( 8OUdt I. c.. & Perdue and son. Ralph of Lake City were at Rexall Drug Store Get a Jar ,
el'11naD, eJlmU, Md. guest Sunday of: Mr. Balaton') today at Mitchell' Drug Store,
1.19.12t4dr father, W.W. Baladen;, BGtrMar iiorWAdv i '

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IF !'' SIX BRADFORD> COCNTT TKUEORAPI1.!: STAKK1S!:, FLORIDA _rxmAYpA016 MAItni .? l lit

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.- BLEEDING ::
Less Corn Peanuts, w PEHSACOLA.FOR IS6 D.\\S
Mies

Hints To Hou e wive* : Tobacco In Florida; been Cobb,bleeding 22 of Bagdad, FlorIda Ella ,y,

from
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More Other Products NEWSNews fltty-slx days, and bOle for
Weekly free Hem*DessMstrftUon LIVE STATE ed for volunteers physics intl,
SECTION
to
FARMERS Specialists! Tallahassee! blood for transfusion give the!t

ORLANDO-Less corn peanuts in of Florida In Short Paragraphs prolong her life. The that j lilt p
WilY DRINK MILK and tobacco will be planted patient
Demonstration Agents
Conducted by growing steadily
One quart of milk contains as' Florida this,:year than last while tors said weaker, the doo.

A4 f t, much protein a* seven ounces of the acreage will be Increased In one transfusion, although there has

steak or four large eggs as much cowpeas, white potatoes and oats --- already
-'-
-- -- '- calcium as ten oranges, thirtytwoeggs with little change in sweet pota- -

or twenty pounds of beef besides toes crop reporters of the United ORGANIZE FOR FUND NURSERY SCHOOLS PLANNED INDICT FORMER\ COLLECTfi:

Florida Needs More"MilkMinded containing large amounts of States Department of Agriculture ORLANDO Orlando businessmen JACKSONVILLE Establishment APALACHICOLA An indkt

+; I RURAL Folk" fat solids vitamins and other min indicate in estimates furnished toIL have organized to promote a of nursery schools all coun- ment charging embezzlement I

COMMON SENSE erals. It is one of the beet and A. Marks agricultural statistician million dollar World's Fair, featuring -I ties In which there are children undernourished state funds was returned by th.1

Health Experts Say cheapest foods for housewives to located to ,fjtia city. Florida as a whole, to be staged and In need of nurs- Franklin County grand Jury 8gatnn J

waa,7 By SPUDS JOHNSON use If it Is cared for properly. Reports received by the Crop Re- In 1936. ing service has been approved by J. Sol Hall, former county tax M.I

-When Florida Buy only the best milk obtain- porting Board In Washington show the Florida FERA. lector. Mall was elected county tat I

CROP DECIDES GAINESVILLE- able. Consult the health depart- that planting intentions found SECOND JAX BRIDGE collector but failed to make bond!
CALF "mllk-mtode
I
FARMER'S PROFIT ON folks become more off In hea'th ment If you wish advice to selecting early this month would give smaller JACKSONVILLE-Duval County !. TARZAN IMITATOR INJURED and qualify. Governor Dave Shota

V'. BEEF CATTLE RAISING they will be better the State Agri- good milk. acreage In the country at large freeholders voted down by a. LEESBURG-An attempt to rival later suspended him from office!

; St's, t o cultural and in pocketbook Extension Service points As soon as milk is delivered, takeIt for corn and tobacco only, an increase margin of 204 votes a proposal to the exploits of the famous tree- !and appointed another man In the

1 III Raising beef cattle In Florida is why Dairy into the house and place) it in the having been forecasted on construct another toll bridgeacross swinging Tarzan, cost Billy Davis, 'place. '
out In giving reasons
profitable only when the calf: crop I Products Week, March 26 to 31, refrigerator. Bacteria Increase rap- all other products. the St. Johns River here. son of Mrs. Lelia Davis of this city, [ -

Is good, and farmers engaged in an should be generally observed as Idly hi milk that stands In the sun United States decrease on corn Is Nearly 9,000 voted in the special a broken arm and a good many UNCOMFORTABLE XIG1IT

t1 effort to build up the industry urged In the proclamation of Governor or warms up and such milk will figured at ten per cent and that for election. brulaea. Billy was making out fine I MIAMI-His overnight detention I

should remember this essential Sholtz making it a part of sour quickly. Florida at seven per cent. Cowpeas as a "second tree man" when he while clad 1" a wet bathing suit In I Ia

,I to point. Some figures recently presented the "Featuring Florida Foods" pro- Wipe off the top of the milk bottle I gain expected at large is ten percent MANY ASK CLEMENCYTALLAHASSEEPersons failed to make connections with the cheerless Miami Beach city jail

d by W. J. Sheely, agent In carefully before opening It. The I while that of Florida is estimated serv- next branch. I cell, are the grounds on which Jo.
gram.
animal husbandry for the State outside of the bottle Is exposed to : at five. ing sentences ranging up from one seph Murdock:, Hagerstown, Md
Consumption of milk in Florida: all kinds of dirt and unless I On oats, Increase: predicted are: .
Agricultural Extension Service, are you re- WHISKY KILLS BABY real estate dealer and
year to life, and at least one now II auctioneer
In most
its of Interest In this connection. Is less per capita than Indicate and move this, it will get In the milk United States, 0.7 per cent; Flor- under death penalty, nearly 1,000 MIAMI Three-year-old Ray- demands $19,000 of the city, Its !
statistics : I
other states, ,
when the bottle l Is Ida, eight; on peanuts United
opened. mond E. DuBois died apparentlyfrom lice chief Robert T J
bulls
"Calves aired by registered extension service workers believe States Indicated Is four strong had pleas for clemency before Teaney, and
In I Keep milk in the original bottleIn Increase for the effects of moonshine liq- patrolman. Murdock,
average 100 pounds more weigh this section be a hangover the State Pardon Board who note
may cent Florida deorease ten
ill ,i at the age of a year than if from from the period during which It the refrigerator until the mo- ent per ;: per its semi-annual lon.. uor swallowed last Saturday.A forth he la nearly 70 years of age

firb scrub bulls," Mr. Sheely said. "Cat fresh ment of serving. Milk that has ,- neighbor said she saw the boy and a sufferer from heart trouble
hard to
was produce good
wide in white
Country gain
tle owners therefore cannot afford milk In many communities. Now been poured from the bottle should patato CONNIE BOOSTS STATE reach the bottle by standing on a was arrested on the beach on I

to use inferior bulls In breeding. the local supply Is ample and excellent not be returned to it. cent acreage stands at seven per FORT MYERS-Predicting that chair, and he took two swallows.A March 4 by the patrolman, c. K.
against forty-two cent In
When good purebred bulls are uUl and dairyinghas developed Keep the bottle covered with a Florida. With sweet potatoes per the all sixteen of the major league playmate reported the Incidentto Hankins, after a Miami woman

:,tlr5 l llzed, native cows produce good Into an important farming industry paper cap or an Inverted tumblerto UnIted States Increase is expected I baseball club would train in FlorIda an uncle and when ho reachedthe signed a complaint charging the
'. prevent the entrance of files and
calves. almost everywhere In the state, dust which to be four per cent. next spring or soon thereafter, house he found Raymond seat- visitor with Indecent exposure before j
'r. may carry dangerous ed, dazed, at the kitchen table. her six-year-old child.
Selection should be made of the they say bacteria Into the milk. Tobacco plantings for the nation. Connie Mock of the Philadelphia

"rl, best grade cows that do well on "Milk not only Is an Infant food Keep the refrigerator clean and promise to be the smallest since Athletics recently said Florida cli- __
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"l limited rations. Uniform covering but one which should be In the diet sweet by means of proper drainageand .914, Florida dropping ten per cent mate could not be duplicated for
j; of natural flesh, loose and pliable of every adult,' states Miss Anna from 1933. training purpooes.

\I akin and glossy coats of silky but Mae Sikes, extension nutritionist. water frequent and sal washing soda,with ilnce scalding milk CASH FOR CRUDE' GUM\

I t r. not coarse hair are indications that 'It promotes health and furnishes quickly obsorbs unpleasant ordors Both the male and the female MUSIC IN SCHOOLSJACKSONVILLEThe

I ry) the animals are of the right type. nourishment AS does no other food. and becomes leas reindeer have antlers. Florida
Native cows! of good quality, Every child needs a quart a day, at, palatable. federated Music Clubs in annual Sell your crude cum to the Wood Chemical Products
;:. when bred to the right kind of bull, least until twelve years of age. I Wash milk bottles as soon as Political AnnouncementsFOR convention here adopted resolutions Company and save distillation cost. Cash paid for any
1. : will calves each they are emptied by 'rinsing them amount delivered to our plant In Jacksonville. A permanent .
usually produce Adults with
the withdrawal
i4 can get along a pint. protesting against
first with -
lukewarm water and market with prices based on regular Naval Storemark.t
: year that can be raised Into cattle Milk does not have to be taken of state aid for music in
CONGRESS
then with hot water. If there Is quotations. Empty barrels returned at time of
a
f'" 1' yielding superlod grades of meat. always as a drink but may be I hereby announce that I am a secondary schools of Florida. The delivery. Fun information on request.
case of infectious disease in
9 candidate for the office of memberf
W; During the breeding season cows served In many other forms your the Houee of Representative resolutions asked that the State
home, do not return bottle
need nutritive pasture grasaee..ii Florida milk is rich In all the any except from the Second Congressional I>Urlct Board of Education reinstate musicas
-.ii Calves that are dropped In the elements of food, according to with the knowledge of the of Florida, subject, to the Democratic a subject "on the same basis as WOOD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS COMPANYP

Ii iri spring and weaned in the fail are Hamlto L. Brown, tension dairy i.health department that it and under conditions I ha.ve primary a record ejection of public In'service June Inlaker other essentials In our education O. BOX 189, JACKSONVILLE!, FLORIDA

'hI: desirable, because they are more man. "Healthy cows, grazing on prescribes. and Madison Counties and the ystem." I

;.;w: easily handled. green pasturage In the sunshine, I There are so many ways of using onslstlna Third/ Judicial of seven Circuit counties of Florida, the .
milk
;tifJ Winter feeding of cows is necessary give the best milk," he asserts. that it is an easy matter to argent In the state. You are Invitedto
Include it in some form In the diet Investigate not only my record of
; to assure a calf crop that will "Dairy equipment of the approvedand service but
of my manner of living.
1 be satisfactory In number and *x- sanitary type bas been In. I every person. Serve it in one or fafth hereby promise you the name
J, ,another of these ways: For drink. rvlce rendered my people The gold content of> our
ff; -cellence, Mr. Sheely said. stalled for the handling, at a cost and will continue < ,
: to live. If withinmy fr"
hi
1 r; ,With a yearly cycle of pasture In .the millions." Ing cocoa, soups, sauces, custards power, mo as to reflect honor and
1s.,f and feed, cows not bringing calves puddings,' scalloped dishes dignity to this high office. Should dollars Is less but-the
on cereals he voters of thin district Bee fit to
twelve months should be sent as Junket, and as cot- .
w every b..toW.UDon me thin honor they
:: t to the butcher's block. tage cheese. may rent ..lIuredthad: will'conIde-
1 'jI SAXTONMrs. It a sacred trust and that my every
) effort will be for the beat Interest MILEAGE CONTENT
', In poultry, the dark meat contains W. A. Tyler Cor. of the people I represent.
11 d ( twice as much Iron as the r HAMPTON and Tour support and vote. Is solicited
will be
appreciated.JAH.
ii light meat. R. (JIM) KELLY. 4 q of our Goodyears IsGREATER
s.4 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norman Paid Pol. Adv. by Ja. .
R. Kelly.W..Af"
D AIM Ata Nls _., .,... q 4
I
,rff'' .Eggs exported from Finland toM spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ..: 5Tl'RGIsFOR
Britain in a recent week weighed W. A. Tyler. co"onsll,:
I / Mr.. and Mrs. J. K. Degolia of I respectfully announce that I ama !
:$ thirteen tons.Buying. Church of Christ Easter Services .
; candidate for Congress, second
,c\ Jacksonville was visiting here parents Services will be held Easter Sun District of Florida, subject to the

if'r- nesday., Mr. and.Mrs'E. Hicks Wed- day, April 1, at the Church of Democratic Whatever primary appear In to June make, 184.more .We may not see clearly what is meant by*lower gold

O. T. Nelson was a business visitor Christ as follows: certain struggle the for equality'peace of prosperity men In their,and % k content in our 1934 dollars-But why worry, when
: DrugsBlindfolded I Morning Worship and Communion happln..." has had and will oonnue E
I to Starke Monday. 11:15.: to. receive my active support, y these dollars buy new 1934 Goodyears with a hl& ef'
:Arthur Taylor of Black Creek no matter by what name or under \ .
ali Bible School, 3:00: p.m. what banner It Is advanced.I [/ _.5' mllea&e content! That's the news-about our
'
i was a visitor to this section Sun
,
M1 6:30. see In the New Deal an opportu-
Evening Worship,
f.
: Ity to promote my conviction that y latest Goodyears now in stock. They contain more
K. EARL VOILES PastorLocals :
,;Dangerous Thing day.Mr.. and Mrs. Brody Collins spent -- of the living-American'-CAN standard AND MUST of comfort be raised ; miles more safety, more endurance-yet they're still
i Friday with her parents Mr., and to a point where' the essentials of
Mrs. Ollle Thornton of Starke. fe-food, shelter medical treatment priced low in dollars despite increased costs of rubber;
An interesting play, called "The education, and time and mean
I Doctors throughout the world John Crews was visiting In this Butler's Wife," was given by the for recreation after labor-are avall- cotton factory wages Let us show you our 1934

agree there i is no greater Iofly than section Sunday. ninth grade pupils of the Hampton Stars able and to every Stripes.cltlaen under the Ii'\' and tell think it's wise to
to buy sad take unknown drugs.Art Rev. S. L. Hicks filled his regular Upon these principle I earnestly, llne-vp you why we
School last evening
your own doctor. appointment here Sunday and Friday ask for ;your vote and Influence. buy right now.This .
Mrs. Annie A. Ward left last WALLACE) 8TURQ1S .
Y. 8.-when you go into a store' Sunday night. Candidate for Congress.
for Tallahassee where she
for real. Bayer Aspirin see that Sunday Paid Pol Adv. by Wallace Sturgls.I .
will be the of her daughter,
guest
3'0uget it.Remember. STOP ATVIOLA'S Mrs. M. Jones, for several months. FOR LICO.SLATI1RE
that doeUn wish hereby to make official announcement .
ri Mrs. S. H. Lang and Mrs. Elkton of my entrance Into the
stone Genuine Bayer Aspirin M Gibbs In Gainesville race' for State Representative from
k4 f'i SAFE relief for headache colde. were shopping Bradford County, 1 subject to the will
throat of rheumatic last Thursday. of the Democratic: voters of this
sore pains
".:.I ... Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh county. "
MOt fceuritis, etc..,. I was born andral.ed In Florida
t3 Just remember thisDtanaa4r Good Sandwiches and son, Olen, of Starke were visiting and have spent thirty-eight ;years In
'I;' t here this week. the .state, and two year In the e Isn't lowest-
our
::8. ; aae Thornton, Johns who has been World worked War.I In any I have other never state.resided I have or priced tire. but It'* our

_ ''f, ICE COLD BEER given! a blood transfusion and undergone worked for twenty year In the bluest seller If you're
aadptGeDubw. schools of Florida and I believe I
(\tk For"' OQ r'Fricea on Came* W operation at a Jackson- know; the need of the school, the keeping your ail buy the
'JI.tJ ,-- ; vile hospital, has many Mends. Mldrkn!! and tbe ct|cUen\ Of Florida Ail-Weather and enjoy) the
r : : "' .I.' well"as. fine In the .tat. '
the Bounty as any savings of teda, low
and throughout
_ ____ t. --=:; Jwum BIU'8 Service Station here who will be delighted to learn that e I to am the In cltlsena thla,race and for future benefit cltll.nl I cane prices for the most month

,, lAc I\ewC I Where Y Aid._.)r Oa. aae I.his health Is improving and he will of tate Bradford of Florida County, and and I will the Whole work and mile to come.CUASANYZID. ;0

"i .rw w a.. be home In a few days.Miss hard toward that end. Your support '
be .ppr.clat.d.<
[r I Ada Nimmo and Mri.: Mattie will Re eetfuU1.oN. GOODYEARALLWEATHER Tires

1 this Ward week.were shopping in Btarxa Paid PoU AdT.'j by Leon A. GRAY.AGray.. are C The using can the be 134 put Cars on


Grady of Brown breaking, who his had lag the' when misfortune mr I Candidacy fake\ Wok this SCHOOL method for member BOARD of announcing of School: Suptrtwttt Cord Tim your Changeover car toot Offer Ak.on for super-our

the car in which he was riding niard from School District:;: No.and S, Stilt,nrtced ... low a Oft GOODYEAR
overturned In a ditch, Is still confined comprising I Brooker. Hampton
New River subject to the will of the 4 0 AIRWUKKL THUS. Thinkof
$
Strawberry Pickers'TICKETS nicely.to his home, but improving Democratic In June voters 1M4.In the If coming nominated primary 6 this Goodyear builds

Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth and Mrs. and ho bent elected.. Interest I promise of all to the work schools for more than 8 time as many

R. L. Parker were visiting In Jacksonville of Bradford County, and I earnestly Alrwheet tire a* all other

last Sunday. solicit your Respectfully vote and support,, for 1* -__ Jowpreaauretlre1l"I'ed..
the
to The baccalaureate sermon for STAFFORD U -R1WA.! year now r
the graduating class of the Junior Paid PoL Adv by Stafford U Crews. world's standard quality. of tire

High was preached at the school FOR REPltl.*E'rTATIYR

auditorium last Sunday evening by To This the I is. ':.r.advise of Bradford you that County I shall!

Rev. B. M. Montgomery, pastor of b. a candidate to suocees myself as :

the Methodist Church at Starke. subject Representative to the action of Bradford of the County I).morstlo j---L-- : FREE !
exercises will be 1
Commencement primary In June am srate- i..___
-w $2.00 Per Thousand25c !given at the school auditorium next fill to have you for heretofore the generous accorded nupportou me,
Tire
FrIday evening at 8:00: o'clock. .and trust that my record as your Expert
Everybody Is Invited. 'ervant ha. been such that It will _
.commend me tn your support for anther
M...H.D.May and mother, Mrs. term. With knowledge that I

Each Additional Change T.bedside M. Hagan.of Mrs.were Maya called sister.to Mrs.the be have tnt applied and gained the to of bringdback the conditions normal. ...,...1.nom.. Mountingo

Bessie Andreu of Leesburg, last Itlons.. I am better able to serve you
than I otherwise would... I have :

,' At The Friday.Charley Dyal and married Miss Edna last Ken served return the you tan of faithfully burden prosperity.and, trylnir to facilitatea to lea- i 0 0 E A 1 Rims Cleaned, Painted,

Rhamea were quietly Should you :again honor me with 'tlr/ Straightened
Saturday evening at Starke In the! your support and.re-elect; = me a* thelepreeentatlve. \ a

'' presence of friends. We wish them I you faithfully. 1, shall. and.continue to the beat toserve Before We Carefully

success and happiness. of my ability. <**,

; Bradford County' SlnR; lOUTLER.. Mount

NEGRO lNDlCI'EDJACKSONVILLmA.. Duval (Paid PoU Adv. by C.
County grand Jury returned a first I hereby rot.announce SCHOOL MOAU my candidacyfor I Price subject to chance without notice and to any state sale tax New

degree murder Indictment against School Board member from District I
No. f, comprising Mouth stark
hotel ,
Telegraph Charles Curvin,negro bellboy and TIt.r.._ subject to the will of i Motor Co.
in the fatal shooting of J. J. Will- the: Democratic voter In the Jane Register Goodyear-
Simpson primary. If elected I will strive In
fireman.. Bryan
h lams a city the' future ae In the past to deal
assistant state's attorney, an- fairly with matter pertaining to the

nounced the negro would 1* arraigned schools experience of Bradford a. a County.board My member past. Road Service-Call 103 Our Me* Are Eprieacrd

STARKE FLA. immediately and his trial should be of value Tire Men
PHONE 29 .t.t"n tr.r"i. :
begun within a few days. Th fireman and on this FLORIDA.
earnestly solicit your vote and sup STARKE
was shot aa he attempted to port ,

prevent Curvin from driving over afire Respectfully w. C. HAmrINO.

f hose at a minor blase. (Paid PoL Adv. by W,'C. :Manaing.) IQA




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."y, I\IARCII 80,1054 BRADFORD COUNTY 'l'ELEGRAPR, ST.uua:. FLOItlDA rAGE REVIIIN
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HEALTH POSTERS DISPLAYED 4 i;
At the high school auditorium 1 '"
fLORIU/V -HIGHLIGHTSm 6y hNNrm-1il'D DOUBLE RUN I '
)
here there U an Interesting display
.
... ...._,.
2* 5LJL 9-*?*** flai* ,
mH+mm m m- of health posters made by pupils p .j :
Ml** Boot Brown, C...
of the fifth, sixth and seventh

grades of the Hampton school. i 1)1) '

Mr L. U. and AlbertGramm Many of the posters on exhibit f
Morgan
I ii i lamp unto ., feet, ui I fight mto gy,oik-Pulai 119:105.tmnr. 1
tb1 w .
;,, of this eection were visitors contain some clever art work and

wnf 3lleliun. AU religious teaching, doctrine or In Highland Sunday are worth seeing -+ .
Shp "- creed, If they are to have any claim 4DWANsoy Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kersey were
I /the love loyalty and devotion of the people,must be In harmony with visiting his brother Will Kersey of
non' the ChrUt whose word fit into fold and crevice
SS teachings of Jesus every Rising, Sunday afternoon.
; hearz and of whom It was said In John 7:46."NEVER MAN J"r- i
human: LIKE '1'111S MAN. ifi. CP/LLAJ2S Miss Freda Brown was the Sun-
SPAKE .1a day guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. Har- r
ef Bradford and Union eountle are Invited to aMI this de denbrook and family of Starke. Favora v
Doctors
Put for new of church activities, organization and. announce- 4 Miss Cherry Howe of Boatdraln Why r ,,
freely given and no charge made-the only requirement
tIo space :. / section was visiting here Sunday.
1
Item reach tale office before Wednesday morning
such
that Miss Delca Laxative
Mae Raulerson of
r cannot be handled for current loane.UtKE : Liquid ,
IIaeJ'WI88 they L Starke spent Saturday night as the
guest of Miss Mary Judd. I

CHURCH DIRECTORY not the scripture, that He must Y Jerry Wilson was the guest 011 {
rise again from the dead. Then the friends here e (
Sunday afternoon.
unto A doctor will tell yon that the ear*.. t 4 r
first Baptist Church disciples went away again lets choice laxatives U. a common
Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor. their own home. But Mary stood The small-holding law of Denmark cause of chrome: constipation. l
A. JUomas without the sepulchre weeping: and prohibits the union of small
Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; Any hospital offer' evidence of the t t ;
Superintendent. as she wept, she stooped down, and farm Into large estates harm done by ham laxatives that d S

Worship,, 11:00 a.m.B. looked into the sepulchre, and seett ov. drain the system weaken the bowel ,
Morning
| [ 6:15: two angels white sitting, the one muscles, and even affect the liver' r r"
.y, P. U., : p.m. .
Worship, 7:30: p.m. at the head, and the other at the f.. and kidneys. :i4 p

Evening service, Wednes feet, where the body of Jesus had 4d'r BiliousnessSour Fortunately, the public \Is fait r i ';;
Midweek prayer returning to laxatives in liquid form d
lain. And they say unto her, wom-
,
jay 7.30; p.m. thou? She saith StomachGas The dose of a liquid laxative can be r r11
an, why weepest '
measured. The action can thus be : ,
,unto them, because they have end Headache a
'
Church Of Christ controlled. It forms no habit; you ,
First Christian) ,taken away my Lord, and I know due teConstipation needn't take e .'doll!>l.. done" a day
( '
K. Earl Voiles, Pastor, not where they have laid Him. And or two later. t .

Easter Sunday, April 1: when she had thus said she turned Dr. Caldweir !Syrup Pepsin has
and Commun.on herself back, and saw Jesus stand- tie average person s bowels regular '
Morning Worship Ing, and knew not that it was Je a* clockwork in I few weeks' tune. ,i!,
| 10:00: o'clock. sus. Jesus salth unto her, Woman, Why not try itT Some pW or tablet ,;, + u
Bible School, 11:00 a.m. be more convenient to carry y'
Evening: Worship, 7:45: o'clock. why weepeat thou? Whom mar there Is little "convenience" in "L'' ,
note change 'of time for seekest thou? She supposing any cathartic which .ii taken so> lit '!4M;,
Please and communion Him to bo the gardener, JACIGSONVLlbrl0210A frequently you must carry It with "
ning worship salth unto HIm, Sir, If thou have you wherever you f ol ?

borne Him hence, tell me where Its very taste tells you Dr. CalJ. ?:
Methodise Church SECOND well's Syrup Pepsin is. wholesome. A r, t"
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. thou hast laid Him, and I will take IS THE ddigbtfultaatsanddeliahtfulecUoo. ",
Jesus salth unto her,
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Him away. AI2GGSr EXPORT Safe for expectant mothers and 9
Morning worship at 11:00: am Mary. She turned herself, and air 1 children. All draoffUU. ready lot Muse +i
Meetlng-6:30 salth unto Him, Rabboni; which Is A4 VAL SraQES ".la tq botUo TM mb r N.R.AdE at .
People's :
'.Young M to say, Master." NOTeD IN 71IG n'cWZo' l i

Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. The linen clothed and the napkin "
wrapped together In a place by itself F/.ORJDA- ? '
that the had
Prenlij terlan Church indicated body
Rev. George H. Lowry Minister not been stolen. The Roman seal SCULP7O&

Services next Sunday as follows:: on the tomb, and the Roman guard, "
School T, would apparently make a robberyof
10:00: A. M.-Sunday ,
|S.Williams, acting superintendent I the grave impossible. The Roman One of the outstanding sculptors in nificent five-ton bronze casting depicting: I

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship;; I emperor had given the Jews America, ADRIAN PILLARS, is a Floridian '.the spirit of youth rising above the worldly :
I the authority to heal the tomb,
maelstrom of conflicting forces. Mr.
the
sermon by pastor.
r Two heroic statues in the Hall of
It
: place a Roman guard, and make
6:30 P. M.-Christian Endeavor Pillars is associated, as instructor, with
Impossible for the body of Christto Fame in the capitol at Washington D. C.,
730; P. M.-Evening Worship; the Ringling School of Art in Sarnsota.
and
rise from the tomb disap-
|song and sermon.A supernatural offer ample evidence of his great creative During the 1932-33 season, the port of
pear except by power.
cordial extended Invitation to all.to all our At least five times Jesus ap- genius. One, of Dr. John Gorrie, inventorof Jacksonville exported 95,019 casks of turpentine -
services
peared on the day of His resurrec- artificial refrigeration, is carved in and 881,446 barrels of rosin' rep-

tion. These appearances were not Greek marble, while the other, of Gen- resenting a combined valuation of over

SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON mere visions, but included unmistakable [ eral Edmund Kirby-Smith, is dona in 94,000,000. Jacksonville's huge exportsof

physical contact with the bronze Perhaps the most widely known these important Florida commodities rl

disciples. They wore so numerous and original of Mr/Pillars' ideal works in placed her only slightly bohind Savannah
under such
and conditions were made and were attended varying with Florida is the World War Memorial in. as the leading export naval stores port in JViavi Talcum Powder was nota

FOR APRIL, 1, 1934 much teaching that the apostleshad Memorial Park. Jacksonville. It is a ma! Subject: The Risen Christ (Eas- so no doubt that Jesus was alive. letter, talc-.purer- actually- beneficial '

ter lesson). be The resurrection is our great proof THE MASTER'S LOVI EASTER SERVICE WILL CLOSE were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.. to the slain it would not be, a. it i., th.
Golden Text: "If ye then : of immortality. Those who follow .CHURCH OF CHRIST!! MEETING J. C. Alvarez and family Sunday.Mr.
risen with Christ, seek those things Ben Faulkner were telling and moat popular Talcum.tne {
Christ will arise with Him. He is The Father looked down to earth! i and Mrs. largest
which are above, where Christ sit-" our resurrection to eternal life. From His imperial throne of pearl, Easter Sunday the evangelistic the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. m world.Ma.u'T.lcum..

teth on the right hand of God. Beheld' how His word was rejected, I(services which haw been in prog. Edwards Saturday afternoon.
,Col. 31.: weeks will, and Mrs. Frazier Shaw of
almost two
for Mr.
By men in the lower world.So I rem protect without.' clogging +,
Lesson Text: John 20:1-16. close with the evening service. the State Farm were the guests of

Time and place of lesson: April JONES He turned to the beautiful angels Saturday night, March 31, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Sunday.W. time pore. It i is SnJiipentable. for men,

A. D. 30; Jerusalem. BOB Who stood around the throne, Voiles will preach on the subject, H. Carter, J. A. Harnage and and c1 tJr.a .... all over at Itaat one daily.AbOrt .
said "Who'll to the world N. C. Clemons made a business tripto women
Survey of Lesson: Of all the And go "The Two Beggars.*:

miracles of the New Testament, below worship and communionwill Jacksonville Friday. >l peripiration.-uouorixea.Mavit I
resurrection Is the' OMMENTS With his life for sin atone?" Morning Mrs. Bill Reddish was the guest
that of Christ's be held at the regular Sunday
and best attested of Mrs. C. L. Carter Saturday. Fact Po",Jr it tin ptrftct com-
the ON
most Important To the amazement of all in heaven School hour (10( o'clock), next Sun- la spending
Mrs. Ida Harnage and ilioulJtrt
iXroal
HERE A*. His dearly beloved, His Son day. This Is so Mr. Voiles can be some time with her son, J. A. Hard fllmtnt for face,

If Its reality be granted It proves HEREAFTER.The Stepped forth, and asked permission with the Hampton church for VIVAUDOU

that there was a supernatural ele- morning service at 11:45.: Evening nage.There will be prayer meeting at By '
ment In Christ's life. Together with will be at 7:49.: At this
Down to earth to come. service Alvarez Friday $100
church Is a means to an end the home of Tate 250 SOrA
and His un
His sinless character service Mr. Voiles will preach on
rivaled teaching. It supports His and not an end within itself. When He wanted to show man, brother- the subject, "The Gospel of the night Everybody. Invited.

claim that He was the Son of God.It a church settles down to build up hood, Resurrection." forestation has on TALCUM IV
furnishes an assurance that we herself for the sake of herself, then Tenderness, and love sublime, Recently gone than MAX1C I
rate of
at the more
also shall be raised. If this miracle that church is out of the will of Heal men's diseases, show them MORRIS LEWIS In Japan POWDER
in
tree. a single year.
actually occurred the reality of all God. That is exactly what Is the the light Morris Lewis, 35, died at his 366,000,000 m

Christ's other miracles might well matter with a lot of our modern' Of God and His mercy divine.3ut' home near Starke on Thursday, -

be admitted. Seldom does a person churches. The members are trying fore n March 15. He was a member of
to: build their organization for the man was ungrateful, and LOOK ntKL'l
admit the resurrection of Christ the Pine Level Baptlat: Church RIUlllfUS7M.V7472DOLLAR ,
and take of themselves and their ma- God's love resident of
then deny His deity, or Son- had been a life long
ship of God. hlnery.. The purpose of the For only a few believed; that section.
church Is to witness for Jesus After His beautiful life on earth
That the resurrection was a real- Christ and win the lost to Him- The tomb His body received. Funeral services were held at SAVING OFFER !
ity Is proven by overwhelming evi not to build herself up and say, Conner cemetery on Friday morning -
dence. The whole church believedit Despair was in the hearts of the March 16. at 10:30: o'clock with t
"We are rich; we are numerous;
from tht tlmo of Its occurrence, Influential." The minister I faithful few, the Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor of Pine
long before any of the four gospelswere we are to to do Their hopes, as the blackness ol Level Church, assisted by Rev. C. y

written. These early Christians has something no right for to the appeal church.men The minIster night.Oh A. Crosby, officiating. By Spoclal Arramjomonte with tile f Loading Maazlno' of the

first belleved.lt because of their and the church are to appealto ( how could they think Jesus Interment was made in the fam- Country Wo Brina You the rust. Bargain of AU Time . ,

their own hand sight knowledge and investigation, either by, Christ.people The to do church something ia not for to Jesus exalt Them would for long leave In their heartbroken ily Pallbearers plot. were; R. Crosby, ............... To 3 Famous Magazlno with A Now or flonowai

or from statements from men and herself, but to exalt her.Lord. plight) Tate Crosby, D. Glover and W. M. Ordor for This Now.aapor.

lieved.women whom they knew and be- I His loved ones, took Him down Olllver. ___ ALL 4" ON LY-- a
Is no place in the world Survivors are his mother, Mrs. B.
There
I from the cross. MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB I M
The scripture "With great J. Lewis his wife, Mr. Morris
says
laid It ;
where there I I. a greater opportunity By tender hands, He was
Power gave the apostles witness of Lewis, and five children Ida Mae:

the resurrection," Paul and all the to develop real manhood than in His disciples the tomb., mother, and those Ruth, Maylee, Edward and Leon, CHOOSE 1 {

New Testament writers and the the pulpit, and there are no other whom He loved all of Starke; two sisters, Mr. S.M..azlae....... Group MAW $ 00
early church fathers firmly believed men who have more temptationsto heart filled will) Ophelia Moore of Ft Myers, and
In Chrlsfa resurrection.The compromise their manhood than Went away with Mrs. Emma Mott of Starke; five 2 (Vlnsazlnoo From Group "B"

records are 'plain that the preachers. It takes real courageto gloom. brothers, W., E. Lewis of Plant 1 And J

apostles were not expecting the be a great preacher. A preacher The third morn dawned In the gol- City, and Elam, E. C., H. H. andJ. [WHY DAYMORE
enough to T5! riZWSrAPEII ((1 Full Yaar)
reaurrectiin Their belief arose ought to be courageous en east. L. Lewis of Starke.

from the empty tomb and the several challenge kings on their thrones. With spices the three Mary' came,,, ? :
appearances of Christ after He must be fearless enough to But angels had rolled the stone

lie lesson arose tells from of the the empty grave.tomb Today's and voice speak and out nobody even though believes he Is what a lone he From, away the tomb where 'their Lord I' Gum Branch .. I Your Choice of Any Ono Your Cholco of Any Two ti

one f the appearances, as follows: p-4ys. God give ua courageous and had lain. Elizabeth Hamaf* Cur Magaxin la. nit GmupOROUP ,Mogazfnos In Th?. Group '
"The first day of the week fearless ministers of the gospel GROUP B
Cometh Mary Magdalene early, ministers who know the truth, believe He.arose that He might breathe A' *rD d BettuIP

when J It was yet dark> unto the the truth and preach the solace, Miss Rosa Moore was the dinner a If4Csa'e Magast.a.. I?". Gard a* . 1"C 1.
The benediction of His power, and ...,,-.World I. '
J Pulchre. and seeth the stone truth! guest of Miss Gladys Keene- Sun- PwfeesiW ,i Yes yr
taken away from the sepulchre. peace ...... HGUM bold hub a 1 yr

glens?, runneth and cometh to Nlcodemus, who called on Jesus To change men' fears to heavenly day.Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent C .sew Plq,..r.' ....,IT,. HewiUcr.fl VT e lye
aid to Him'"No man faith M. faO K.g.l Yt. Oeod Geodes lye
Peter and to the other ** one night the week-end with Min Jeanette C HeQjiiiai Gauntry Home 2
Iplee I whom Ju loved and salth can do these miracle that thou That human doubt may cease. Carter. Opea head (..,*)_1 Ta 111 JdC i

the unto them They have taken away doest except God be with him." He came as Priest: Redeemer and Mr. and Mrs T N. Norman and I IHlfcfcJef WUy.) ..1Ti.. i...SPSirjsgl gacdeslutpj .lyre ,5d'
the
Lord out of the and Nlcodemus recognized that and / Southern Agriculturist I.rim
Dorothy
sepulchre, Helen
daughters
We 'know not where they laid Him. miracle were the credential of King, .. sacrifice werethe guest of Mr. and Mr. Y:2 fr.ff'7 I!: .-- 4 Tour Choice/ ./Any One
Peter And gave Himself a J b r. .. ...
therefore went forth, and the deity of Jesus. If Jesus was Sunday. lAI. oroAAJtD
McRae
Conquered the grave, and even H. U. "
that other disciple, and came to not the Son of God bow can teen Death' sting Miss Louise Sapp was the guestof IN AtJi'P THaD

toLKpuIchr-? they ran both explain the miracles He wrought? And to all a Paradise.Mrs. Mrs. P. D. Reddish Monday.
: and the other disciple did Who else but the Son of God can gave W. F. Boulware. Misses Jeanette Carter Inns Davis .-
Outrun Peter and came lint to the raise the dead? The people said" Ila Sponholta and Elizabeth THIS rift 1. Oedasane .. kt

sePulchre. And be stooping down, "Never man spake as Jesus spake. the guests of Miss
mOd looking In. saw the linen We mutt admit that no man ha MARTHA BROOKS larnage Belle were Norman of Woodlawn .....R..... Plow s ad me ........ ...sSStrtw 1
Brook, 86, wife of Grady Carrie .. .
Then Clothes lying; yet went he not in.I wrought. such miracle a*of were the Martha Brook, died at her home west section Sunday.Mr. There any no atrtno attached /ttaIe| cbIc1.d whk. a ysslls -,. 4.e M pwr nwgspwl /
Savior
comet Simon Peter following wrought by the of .last and Mr.. W.R. Kersey spent ..
chr.hiD\, and went Into the aepul- world. No wonder all evangelical Lord of week.Starke She Friday wa born morning In Columbia Saturday with Mr.:,' and Mr*. H. H. offer<< I Every mag.adt..6ltzbdlnNna.. -. 9
lilieS* saw the linen clothes He, Christian say of Him. "My here several Keene. wIII.haw.IIIF1.t i
and the County but bad lived .
napkin that was about His' and my God"For Shaw of th. State
bled Funeral services were held Mrs. Carrie of iI-I/pILI .. +
If i canbest .
not lying 'with the linen If year of Mr. and any pr.ur.I w t
I Farm was the guest
Call '
dothe.I4c. but wrapped together In atee1L :. home or office ue ha a portable been Saturday cemetery. morning. at Fort Mrs. J. A. Haraage Sunday after- .. ...... the taa* wM bo i MrOMb. or. ,

to Then went in also I electric humidifier ornamental aooa. ....... 7e.1..,-_ .-__,. -_._.. t* i
other an "
,that to disciple which came: .made to resemble other' furnlahbigm. Iceboat. .often-attain a speed.of :Mr, sad Mr*. C. .C. Carter sad --'.....4. --

end beu..ed.tJae :-=-.aDd a: ,Jhe knew.saw'. vase barmooUing. with 120 mile an hour.., son and daughter Earl and EIlM, -'---,- -. -. ;:.-. -" I } -.. '--:... *rVi
*yet thq i"
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J Ao''hGDT' :' BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEOBAPn, STARKE FLORIDA MtlDAT. MARCH

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? i I' Bradford. County, Telegraph' .' Every year-about doesn't'i.4bls(JI. J Bradford time, (..equelltlon. Maybe; You iiue I. OD ..-- a V 1:,' :.J' trEi t. JJ

"Why
I Established ,1877n1 : : : ,
County have a strawberry festival
Heard It ButTHAT
.. ..
T"-'has been asked hundreds of .-
p Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second'Class times without i anyone being able : -' -

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida to give a satisfactory answer. : I tHat

fir' _.. ...- This season"-however,,4hei, matter LITTLE GRASS SHACK
has been taken in hand by the local! It' looks aa If that about
E. L. Matthews_____________________Editor and Owner American Legion post and plansare going back to'a little grass long shack -- NEWLY HATCHED ,

being made for- .three days .of in Kealakekua, Hawaii, Is going to 700. 000'

SUBSCRIPTION RATE fun and festivity during the latter be a hit and In.order. to be the life

?$ i Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance part of ApriL' ; of the party'ybtTra going tohaveto SILK WORMS
sing it, whether want to or
Carloads of strawberries< began you e
ay ,.? (. ; Advertising: Rates on Application to move out of this county this not. "This leaves two courses of action WEIGH OWfc POUND.rwrrymo .

week, and indications now are that open: Either you are goingto '
hS they will bring' fair prices through' have to take fifteen easy lessonsIn
They also serve who only register; and vote.
'
j out our brief season. If this Is the the Hawaiian language or you're DMA IXTtR THE tIAMI!

( 0 case our growers and everybodyelse simply going to have to la. la about
One easy way to reduce crops would be to increase in the county should be ready half of the lines in the tune. Neither OX OCttt* wean

poultry. and in the mood for a little relaxation of these alternatives la desirable 9500
the time complete your fifteen POUNoqo
along. about the latter part of By you
1 oAt ApriL lessons In' Hawaiian the song

l last Bradford County seems slated for a strawberry We have wished for a festival for will be out, making way for a highly .

i festival. a long time., Now that we are original one called "I Wanna Go _
Back Little Adobe Shack In
to
v really to have one, let's everybodylend My 'Yetis S1f (110 'IES.tita.0o ON!
a "'
Hassayampa, Arizona, and la
I it what support we can to see > --
"Our Letter Box" column is gathering dust. Help us that it la a big enough success to la-log', If prolonged over any considerable ; c ABOUT

4 e put it back in use again. warrant Its becoming an annual period of time sounds
slightly inane if not positively idi

d, 'I. a event. .. otic. In order to escape this dilem i 3000.000
--
( Bradford County addition: Warm weather plus good TUB BONUS ISSUE ma, we have improvised a simplified i

;'IJ 1 rain equals red strawberries. version of'' the' song, which we OP\.t

Indications are that the so-called submit to our readers without any '

Ny ii iit o Four Point Program of the American extra charge: IM THEbo

t; We always will think that Dillinger was impolite-treat-. Legion will come in for much t Wa'ttO't
{ I back to little (?awe
wanna go my grass
ing a woman sheriff that way.. discussion and be given careful r
shack with the mortgage in
consideration by our senatorial aspirants ; R.
jo Hawaii...
who are naturally desirousof
itI President Roosevelt and several. million private citizensare the support of the Legion, for I wanna be with all the dames and .woca ORTDUPttS
''' the babies that I knew
long
of its
getting.ready for fishing trips. the voting strength membership
cannot well be ignored. ago.
lq lqj o I can hear old guitars a playing on ,
The bonus question Is one of exceptional
"'
j They say that you will find few farmers on the relief Interest at this time, and, the beach Oh boy, and how! \\\QN\ 11PWtWwSOON\ ) TOPUkCEb

rolls who follow the plan "live at home." in spite of Roosevelt's intention to I can bear the Hawaiian saying,. a. bll' THE MARKET ,AQE '
Iftf, "Hit 'em high, hit 'em low, come on
veto, it seems as if the Issue ia by 'O pt.OOR NEXT FORM
o B, H. S. let's goi"It !
f no means a dead"one. Opinion, OP:: I.MttItt MUtt 1
School kids are already using anxious toes to test the even among members of the Le won't be long 'til my ship goes

t temperature,of the water in the swimming hole. ; gion,' Is sharply divided on the railing: where it came from,
point of full payment to all veterans A grand old place where it's always
o to be.. to do for the dairymen, that which
I as against payment;to only fair daughter; Miss Guilda Marie, were
Mussolini( is such a human dynamo we wonder if he won't those.who are In actual need. I Ini just a' little Hawaiian and a Late they could, but unfortunately have business visitors to Jacksonville

'rr try to put his sixty year plan across in five years. I Claude Pepper, Charles Mitchell, homesick island boy, not, been able to do for themselves. Tuesday.A. .'

James Slkes and John Page Jones, I wanna igo i back. to. my fish, Oh The future of Florida's dairy Indus. H. Harley was a business vla|.

p 0 all senatorial aspirants, are ex- ,jo .:.:..' ". 'Classify) try 'la,' bright with promise. tor to Starke Saturday.

Believe it or not, real estate advertisements "are" .beginning soldiers. Park: Trammell has voted I wanDa go bacl \.to my little! grass Joseph Laurie of New York City

to reappear in South Florida newspapers. "yes" on many bills which the Legion ,shack ,wlth the mortgage in By RUSS4U. KAY' was a business visitor here '!hit

has favored and generally Hawaii,, s.cn...,., rioritfa Peers As"..vsea I Other Pens I week.
o considered a friend of the Legion. Where the water-breattlajc cran From Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
A beauty expert he hates to little feet big iate :'vertebrates' swim. Bennett of .
says see on a naire.. go- Spring, tra la-and summer collie Plant City, former residents
k woman-but it's even worse the other way 'round.. It is understood that Sikes will ming
a accept fully the Legion programand Where the water-breatblug cran- ture Is still klddln' us. I broke out THE DRINKER'S DOLLAR to know their little son, Bui-
wIK1 tK* late vertebrates go swimming ter, won first prize in a city-wide
that Senator Trammell has with a straw hat three'times this
Journalism suffered loss this week in' thee'death'of Liquor in its long reign upon
a contest
; also agreed to it. by. month and each time; it turn held there recently for !the
Herbert Felkel editor of the St. Augustine Record. Claud Pepper's .speeches have (Ed. Note: You might not think colder than a marble statue. But earth has it never to helped the mac dol. highest, flying and prettiest kite
consuming place a single
that this last,line, U much of contest.
an
to that be I'm not the who fool
An. 0i. been interpreted mean only one got lar in the bank. It has never been
Improvement, over the H"wallan, ed. E. B. Wells and O. J. Phillips
is behind the program with one A lot of trees budded out with
worth dime him
i. Fifteen thousand Italians voted against Mussolini in a exception. He la opposed to veterans but if you don't know that a ttrh a crop of tender green leave.'and the a to upon going to were business visitors to Theresa
store for flour coffee,
recent election. There must be a lot of brave people' in Italy bonus certificates being cashed Is a water-breathing craniate\ vertebrate found they had guessed wrong;;' anda meat grocery, milk, or butter for his, family Saturday afternoon.P. .

Irrespective of individual need. This it's about time you, were few tourists packed their satchels and himself. It has never helped L Dinklns of Jacksonville Will
voiced In recent finding out.) .;,. and went home to a visitor here Tuesday. ,
he
Wauchula has completed a successful strawberry season. belief a speech I only buy him to place a single cent's worthof The i
ft In Starke as well as at other points I more coal and help shovel snow coal or wood in his houseto Southern Bell Telephone and
w Let's hope we can say,the same thing. along about the, first where be has spoken In this sectionof DECLINE OF .TIIK: WEST ITEM That brings up the question of keep the home or fires gas burning.It Telegraph Company Friday moved

of May. the state We admire Palatka's" acalea gar. why do tourists go home April, the telephone station from !the
olr Mr. Pepper does not believe that den'*-they are/'truly"one of the May and June are delightful has never helped him to get a Lawtey Drug Company building to

0 veterans holding such certificatesand 'state's show i pjtlces;: ; we admire Pa. months in Florida, The day. are job, althoungh, it, is on record as 1 Sllm's restaurant

NJ The Delray Beach News says not to cast your bread upon who have good health and Jobs, latka's pride, and'enthusiasm over bright and sunshiny?..breezes cool, having lost him many jobs.- It has I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jama

the waters''.with the expectation of it coming back as buttered or other Income sufficient to provide this amazing:'piece of man-made flowers everywhere and the fish never in its long life convinced a T. Moore of Plant City, former residents ,
them with the average comforts beauty-but when It: comes td bite like nobody's. business. single railroad employer that a ( of this place, will be Interested
toast. naming the town's baseball team man smelling of liquor would makea to know that their i
of life, should be privileged Stay until June this year and son
---- -- -- to cash their c.rtlflcatesnow- but the A.&aleaa-weU. the line MUSTbe learn for yourself the beauty and better engineer or fireman than George-six years of age, recently
'
ire Some folks were surprised to find that the earth went should hold them until .uch'tlme drawn somewhere! you know. charm of a Florida spring Spendone breath the fellow and an with unclouded the llquorlesa head.' won- first prize in a temperance I

; right when they might be in actual need, Not only will the team answerto summer here and you'll never contest staged' by the Plant City
on turning when the 'air mail discontinued for
was' as many veterans now are. the name ofAzaleas, but their want to live anywhere else.. It has never been of any value schools

several days. :Mr. Pepper also believes that deserving uniforms- have been designed to e e to anyone In starting a life Insurance i

0f and'needy veterans and create the Illusion when they are policy. Liquor is not on rec.
Frank Wlnchell
writes and calls
widows should be paid the bonus, on the field that there Is an azalea ord as helping the man consuming YOU ARE SURE OF
f County politics seems to'be a little slow in warming up. my attention to the fact that they it to buy a home, or to start'onethrough i
bush in full bloom at base.
he la imposing unnecessary
but against every
But when it does get started you can no doubt look for plentyof are flxln' to hold a bang up fair in a building and loan asso
.. -' burdens on the' taxpayersand The shirts and pants will be of Jacksonville next week.. Haven't elation. It has never helped him 20 PROTECTIONSBy

+ fireworks. _. the treasury by'paytng'suchcertiflciates white flannel v trimmed with red."Azaleas" had one for several .years you to pay his doctor or to contributeto t
c'k 0 to ex-soldiers': who do In red letters with green know, but it seems they've been the life of his church. No Instance Beine'M.mb r of the c
not need the money. borders will run,diagonally across
actually I
,k President Roosevelt's name should go down in history if overhaulln' the old fair groundsand has been found where it has
This view of the matter la more the front of.the shirts The caps will have somethin' 'show American Automobile i
he did nothing elg l>ut prove that it' is possible for a politicianto nearly' In line.'with that ,of*.the ,. ll be' red.with( green visors and both tourists and home folks.. The for helped citizenship him: to educate or for manhood his children and

keep his promises. ''"' Democratic leaders,";who do not white plping< p fI''5 'stockings with event;-to be known as' the Duval womanhood.Two .. Association
Y wish to deny;the'g vemment'. ''responsibility narrowwhite and green stripes County.Fair and Exposition opens
small
a groups profit by liq RUTH COURTNEY
to its war.veterans i in will complete this dazzling satorlal April 7- and will run throughthe Uor-the t
?' A recent report states that farm incomes were but who 1 tax-evading millionaires
up fifty- any reasonable way; are displayVyhoojpBt 15th. Y- and those who manufacture and RepresentativeLINGER.LONGER t

five per cent l last'Year-but they're going to have 'a hard job opposed to the payment of the bonus t We-don't know but It seems toW Frank.says thty have ImportedE. distribute tt. Yes: it means proi- t
'in full to those who are In no that this flowery get-up is goingto Ross Jordan. of the t
convincing ..\\ot of farmers of that. manager parity for them, but it also means
acute need. be an awful mental. hazard for Georgia Fair'of Macon. 'to stage a living hell for its counties. vie. OFFICE t
o 0... tall faiauca .nine to overcome. the show and he calls it the Maiden tims.-From an address by U. 8. 1 1c

iT Movie folks don't have such'an easy'time! after all. A FARMMETHODB, MUST ', What chance has -an Azalea Fair. They also have a.\Fair Maid. Senator Morris W. Sheppard In the Bradford. County's Exhibit
CHANGE against the various' Cub. Tigers, en who does a fan dance: It's more Senate Jan.
16 1934.
N Hollywood actress was bitten by a dog the other day and was ,and Reading Booms
made Wildcats and Bears that they will or less cntertalnln" but not a bit (Selected by W. E.:
HWriborough Daugherty.)
immediately accused of staging a publicity stunt. A; recent In be meeting on'.diamonds throughout educational Just another one of 0I 101-104 Oriffla".'Bide<<:; StarkewNERV i
showed
s o County: a startling the state t That it has already those "the hand is quicker than the "- 1'I
decline In recent years In the popularity been the team's mind Is eye" -
preying on gags.
Approximately 30,500 persons were killed in motor of the "Live At Home Pro- shown by a writeup In a Palatka e e e LAWTEY -- ---- I
vehicle accidents in the United States 1933. Remember -While no survey has been I
during gram. newspaper saying that the players Thousands of folks J..who, never :
0. j.
that when your foot begins to itch to.step on the gas: '. | made In Bradford County, it is be- admit they will probably be called saw the Florida "Gators' play, rump oor.Monday fD

leved that If one were It wouldshow pansies buttercups or other flow. have thrilled at the .Bclntlllatln' : ESvP

o a similar decline in the try expre lODIt, bat when it comes word picture of many: an excltln' saw the beginning of
r Couples getting married in this state must have a marriage growth of staple crops In favor of. to playing' baseball they expect to game as Walter "Red"Barber,, ace strawberry season in earnest when

$- license Issued in Florida, 'but can drive awajr' oh1'theIr cash crops.In' show the othjr! teams In the league announcer of-WRUF, gave a play two 'express cars were loaded for
&# a newspaper article announceng that they"'hre no violets byplay{8crlptlon'6f-the contest New York
honeymoon in automobile'with shrinking anil eastern market:
'a' '
an license
Georgia tag. of' the the .-
the results survey
ngiy There are;;'many:! radio announo- Up until this writing, Wednesday

0 Hillaborough, County Agent says DID 'YOu'' EVKU.SEK AN APE. ers, but few colorful radio person. morning, there had been a total of 0s 0e
7 Easter and April Fools come on the same day: ''rin other that the primary importance of the BLUSHING alities. Red Barber's pleasing radio five express cars containing 47,232

1t words, a lot of kids are going to get fooled if they think eating farm food is ,to clothing'produce and such shelter necessitiesas fotf Lilyan Tatluuan, one of the better chief personality asset,. has long been .WRUFs pinta and:: 25.600 quarts of berries
movie actreaaea/died! lost week; shipped from the local
"' too. many'Easter,' eggs will make them feel good inside. the family. The soil and climate: and the following description of the Young, peppy,;ambitious,. "Red" ixpresa besides shipments platform estimated by. a
ii are the main factors Involved In has put ha had in his
o funeral was taken from the dally everything at 'one-fourtb' this. amount by e
The Levy County Journal l offers to ,.show its readers the success of any farm.TheHillsborough agent'goes: on papers: work and become a favorite among truck shipments.
Florida radio fans.
Real is
the funeral ability
"At cemetery the Most
where oil might be had in that county for the digging.. The to say* that regardless of the location cortege found a crowd police estimated bound to gain' recognition, and ,"a ?lnt. and growers,quart packages are using'both which u u

traffic down there should be pretty heavy ,when news of that of the farm or the ability of at 10,000 mostly women. : few days ago the "Nation's ..Station" make It.very. confusing and It U a
the of the venture -
W ,offer gets around. the farmer success "They., remained comparativelyquiet I WLW of Cincinnati: selected' hoped that the growers will get together
: does not necessarily depend on this promisingFlorida
youngsteras
under. the guard until
police and settle
on one
style
o br'- the value of the cash crop., The the prayers had been read and relatives staff announcer to corer the activities and use it exclusively. package Y

The Tampa Tribune asks the question: "If Jesse James". farmer must use the soil to supply tossed a. few yellow'' roses of- the Cincinnati Reds this Quality is generally fair becauseof TO pear 1m asst"-
hili.immediate needs as well as to asonL'.'." ':lit, '" ,*, "_ .... tsasisa a
Into the > eh high
were would he be oraprofe8sioriaJ' open grave.-- recently-cold: and most
Jiving how a bootlegger kidnaper all l
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a produce his cash erop. rushed Boon Florida's;favorite Will'be.come ship ** wo Jer s '"
meats
"Tb.nhysterical'lrome.;
4 politician?" He might even be the proprietor The farmer who buys his'1 I1k.. past the poUe: W ..hflde.aI G
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ova'i taurant'that butter eggs and vegetables with ,"Red" will make .. -Watch' ea4t OarveMdms
charges thirty-five cents for: a ham and knocked down 'headstones good.:He/8 v.Local- ..
made strawberries "". lsd to IilespM! b
money that kind of a guy. We'll miss you FERA
sandwich. in aa attempe..1o reach the floral
other commercial crops,'*ul fight, pieces piled.By'the graves. Women Bwldy.but we're glad to ...' you Large crews of FERA workmen =-"- ";;; -i: C

vr- o-:- a losing game la the end, the farm tore'the floral;tributes to.ahrecla, get'a real break. The Cmcthnatl are' busily'engaged in cutting a ..... 't AI ....... '

r Arthur Brisbane likes to stand in with the women. He agent says tanneriia- ..Uklr throwing' some Into the grave with team train in'J10rlcla'and"'Reel'' large canal west of the railroad to MiIr'= ,.. '" Dr. .,.

\ \ told a group of them that "women have greater newspaper to be successful: without a, number the other flowers.-and keeping bits wont forget that when he's talkln' lead into New River and if completed --. I If..... ........ 7a
and variety of crops. .. to'mWlons the 3 ",
L* ? as mementoes;>\ throughout season.HI will be a great benefit to ear 5 a half
'1' ,capabilities than men have, because women retain their en- Under. oonomto conditions Weiler sow''
present Uttl Incidents like this make us :new boss, Powell Crostoy, :Jr.. the city and section. soft s '
'is! thusiasm late life while with overproduction and limited is a Florida winter resident. he Work -.c 854 ..etlhdal
.in man at.forty or.flf yis aa cold lope that scientists are never able: so on the streets, school ..
{ ma.. cream cheese." buying powerthese/ so-called to prove that man descended from won't object; It's a happy' combi grounds and city hall has been suspended 3'- ;- w WmIDIre Ier" ilC
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,'<;' .' I 0 1 ,,6y '. cash cropla-recentyears, have. ) the ape's em- nation All right Mr.:,Umpire, lefs but It is hoped It will be .
,v. 0r. barely. brought back to the farmer theme ban". 'i.t =
"play
completed In
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the cost of solu- p
\ Charley Helfensteln l president'Of()t theTlorida State Press: production.-*" 1. _: e .o. *" 'l j-. .....
( Usa :of thia problem, calla ,f ;. a This to Florida Milk week, -- Met ..
*, &: ;.Association has been appointed as a member of the nationAt so JPefess>ssparies /=_ pwr ... a
radical readjustment,of farming tomeet foodstuffs lhat'wilt.nabh9 btm to Florida cow should'"give 'till Itburts.
ft,: 'committee. on :stabilization' of the ''G aphlcJ' Industries ''code. present-day-conditions." With Uv* at horn on'products grown*at ". Co-operatir.. effort ;'of:' U.& Marine Beck ttatloned, a member at Norfolk of the

1.r.. Florid newspapers are already grateful to President Helf en- the so l'ofB sdtord .County.wll hotn. and uas:what little he can state dairymen with the Yak Control Va. returned there Monday t tvh

V i : ;'tildlffo! the' rVic. he has been to.them during thia:period suited to the growth ot almostevery'atapte make out of his cash crop' forctotfclBfsmd'otter Board. ban* 'cIoIw much to ad spending<< his furlough her: after with "

w.f a4Juetment; .crop,: ITMfarmer .. ;MceasitlM of vance th*,atat*'* dairy .tadoatry.It .J relative aad frieade., \ : \ I' f
: ,oN .... i .. ...,should. ...1IIe....* hi* acreage la the life. ': v' :. - 'Is the aim of th e control' board Postmaster R. R.
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