Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02431
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02431
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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TimeotFarAwav Four Good Magazines' Many Free Acts Trade Demands Berries I Transients Cared For :

Election For Half-Price Of' One Put Up !TC. Pjht Cups, Berry: Movement At FERA Headquarters; Rates t ExplainedTo J

Is New Telegraph OfferAs JVel'-l' nown Buyer SaysW. 'Public.. Not ResponsibleThe
:' Planned For Days Slow This i Week; Growers Here

the result of a recently com O. Hodges of Plant ,City, local FERA office announced
pleted contract with publishers, well-known strawberry buyer was this week that provision have
IsJuneJJears the Telegraph is In a position to Of Berry Festival In Starke' the first of this week Prices Are FairMovement been made for the handling and By Seaboard Man TM t'i 4

s offer its reader 'such an amazing looking over the strawberry situa- care of all transients on the basis

bargain In magazine subscriptions tion. Mr. Hodges expects to return 'of a''reasonable amount' of work -

Process In Form that we feel it is out duty to call Fiddlers' Contest Is Attracting next week when it I* believed that Exported To Be Good for care. This arrangement make Freight Charge On Can To- ,,4 i

"w'rU Primary To Occur your attention to it In our news Widespread Interest Throughout Bradford County's \crop will really I Next Week-Plant City hltch-hlklng and begging unnecessary New York From $80 To "
Soon columns as well as in the advertising Thin Section begin to come Into Its own. Shipping Heavy and the local office wishes $125 Lees a o
section. Mr. Hodges I Is Urging\ all growersto the general public to be Informedof -

time 1w Is just a little more Under the new arrangement we Plans for Bradford County's first put their fruit up'In pint cups. Strawberry shipments here this the fact so that they will know F. H. Bryant, assistant freight, j, "
LJa Election months away. are able to offer you four popular Strawberry Festival, to be held He says that the trade Is demandIng week slowed down to about half how to deal with transients who traffic manager of the Seaboard h1 n i '

HJ9 two thinning out process In the magazines at less than the cost you here April 19, 20 and 21, were pro- this method of packing and believes the volume of the preceding week, apply to them for help. Air Line Railway, was In Starke .'
lorn the would ordinarily pay for one of gressing rapidly this week under that If he cannot: get a sufficient but It Is what Is considered by If a transient applies at the ,this week and explained the substantial I t
of in Florida on June nand them. For instance, should< you the sponsorship of the local Ameri- numbeD of gro-vers to packIn growers the "lull before the storm" FERA office, he will be given reduction In rates on
ill occur subscribe to Household can pints It will not pa$ him to,work and care by the local relief : ,
followed on June 25 by Radloland. Legion postJ. they are looking for a heavy emergency strawberries from Starke and Law. 4i
I win 1 be when Needlecraft and Woman's World the deal here this season. movement next week. division and at the discretion of the I to In
second, and last primary, J. Williams, who supervising tey points the eastern, west-
all for one year. the combined sub regional administrator, transportation ern and southern territories + f
arrangements, announced that This slack period Is due to the apply 1a
Ptt Urty nominuUty oft dens scriptions would cost you $3.00. many free acts have been securedfor Plans last heavy frost, but new blooms to the nearest transient ,.bureau dog via'all-rail, published effective mn ,y ,a .
dldates-and none has announcyet However, 11'you order these four the amusement of all who visit May Day will have had time to turn Into ripe may be given. March 18 in Agent Spelden's Citrus F//

for state office-the Demo- magazines with a renewal or a new Starke during the three gala days. berries by next week It Is believed, i. Fruit-Strawberry-Vegetable Tariff.

ratio nominations will be equiva- subscription to Telegraph a The program as planned now will Under and reports have It that several New'Hour Schedule The reduced rate, which apply In V :
,?t to election year's subscription to the entire Include a fiddler's convention, old Get Way buyers will be hereby that,time to connection with the Seaboard AirLine yP r i
fne general election will be held four costs you only 60c. You more plantation show, vaudeville acts a work the deal. Railway and their connections .
'November, when those nominees than pay for your newspaper with minstrel show, a tap dancing con- Only approximately 640 crates I: should result in considerable ''
rho are unopposed automatically what you save on the magazines. test and a big battle royal. Include Pageants, Acrobatic Dancing were shipped out during the past For Relief Division saving to> the growers of strawberries -

.J be elected. Such other well-known magazines Much :Interest' is already being May Pole Dunce And week by express and truck move- In this section, a* this ,
instructions, for the as Better Homes and Gar created in the "Old Fiddlers'" Convention Baby Show ments were also light Prices were means the freight charges: on each '
IOT complete have Just been issued dens, McCall's, Delineator, Pictorial ," which will be In charge of --" reported to be holding around $5 a 'Two-Hour Period Set For Personal car: shipped will be between 980 >
\l primaries of State Robert, A. Review and Pathfinder are included W. S. Sibley. This event Is expected ,Miss Louise Smith recently appointed crate.Shipments'. Interview Cloned Saturday and $123 less than on the basis of
Secretary in this offer and we advise to attract fiddlers from all: partsof .chairman of May Day cele- from Plant City con- Afternoon the old rate. ,I ;

ray. the elec- you to study carefully the adver- Bradford and surrounding coun- bration committee by Dr Henry tinue heavy in spite of the lateness ,- For example, the new and old y,1 ? '

cnpoboth there aredays.72 in the tisement in this week's paper and ties, and Mr-, Sibley la asking all Hanson, .state health officer .an- of the season there. The shipments I J.., new schedule of hours for the rates on strawberries from the
will at 8 a.m. and closet then make out your list while the who wish to.enter the contest to flounces the appointment( of the following through last week sent the express ; relief division was announced this above shipping points are Indicated "
tale, open Polls' In the Central offer lasts.Amazing. see or write him at Starke. young.wo en to serve on carlot movement there to thirty- ,week byitbe- local FERA office below, to several consuming points
I sunset. the committee wttP.er". five cars ahead of last season's total Effective the
today following routine
bne belt west of the Apalachicola as this contract sounds, Another outstanding attraction From Starke and Lawtey
Miss Rosalyn Jacobs, Miss Hazel and brought the total freight will be observed
ver, will open at 8 a.m.. Central we guarantee the fulfillment of all will be the midway which will display I and New Old
Middleton Miss Annie Mae Pearce. :exprese movement to 20,752-
and close at Central and exhibits local 10:00-12:00: Dally (Personal talks To Rate Rate
tandard Time magazine subscriptions you sponsored by Their plan are;,rapidly taking 114 pints.It r
"tandard Time sunset.;; have positive assurance that this business houses.Speculation shape, and Include If-gsants. acrobatic I ,'ts also reported that thirteen with relief director), Chicago, 1U..__-_?_? 1.63 2.51
is Is rife to who will Field Visit Case aid will make Kansas Mo__ 1.71 2.63 '
[ eligible to vote musty generous offer exactly as repre- as Pole *- City ?
All persons dancing, munlc, >May cars were shipped out of the Louisiana
poll taxes and register on the sented. be selected for the honor of being danc*. baby show, of pra-scbool area Monday. field visits dally except Saturday, New York N. Y,_____ 1.53 :2.3S:
ounty'e registration books: The Call at the Telegraph office to queen of the festival. It Is plannedto children, crowning the.Queen of between the hours of 9:00: a.m.- Richmond, Va______ 1.23 180 4
registration books were transfer- see samples of the magazines have all sections of the county the May' who will have as her I Raiford Merchant Dies 12:00: noon, and 1:00: p.m.-8:00 p.m. Washington, D. O..... 1.33 :2.08 k

fvd to the county registration of- listed.ACaDellaChoir. represented In the contest: for attendants a bevy of attractive Commodities and Direct Relief! Atlanta, Ga.-_.___.___ .90 .. 1.38., k
kicea on Monday,April 2, and will queen who will be crowned on Sat- girls. :At Son's Miami Home Monday Wednesday Friday, The reduced rates are subject to + '

remain open there until May 1. urday, the last day of the celebra- The May Queen, a B.H.S. senior, 8:00: am.1200: noon, and 1:00-5:00: carload minimum of 17,000 pound
\ Time for paying polo taxes ex- tion. Runners-up in the contest will be selected by vote of high William M.-Whltten- p.m.; Saturday, 8:00: a.m.-2:00: p.m. Our attention lal<'also.,called to
73. prominent *
will maids. the fact that similar reductions In
19. The serve as All offices close at 2:00:
school. will p.m.
res on Saturday, May On Thursday, ballots
made to the The festival grounds adjoin' the merchant of Raiford, died Saturday afternoon.In rates have been made by the Rail- i
must be cast the three nominees receiving
lymenta court house here and the down- ; Tuesday at the home of a son Dr. Express Agency, which will
v ounty tax collectors. Will Sing Here the highest vote will he givena B. L Whitten, In Miami, where he order to simplify the handling way strawberries in 9f
town location Is expected to attract apply on shipped
6 is the closing .
Midnight of May physical examination.The was taken for treatment last week, of relief cases and the distribution
> carload lot in
tourists and service/, ,
visitors to
time for candidates for state-wide many points in order to be consid- Mr. Whltten. one of of commodities, the above scheduleof express
regarded as
land district offices to file their School Of Music To Starke, as well as citizens from ered are, health attractiveness and the most highly respected citizens :office hours for the relief division .

[qualification fees with the Secre- Jacksonville, .Stage'Program For Woman's!, II this According entire strawberry to officials area.of. the popularity. The final vote will be of Union County had engaged In has been established and will Commission Holds 4
ry of State. Candidates seeking Club taken next Tuesday./ the mercantile business at Raiford be carried out ,
r.Tlce voted upon In only one Jones-Langford-White Post, the The attendants will be the .six for the past fifteen years.Funeral It will be noted that a two hour -r -._-
[county are required lo. pay their One of the""outstanding' musical festival Is expected to be.one of girls receiving th 'hext.,highest services were held at the period dally ha been set aside for
the; most successful celebrations
allocation fees'to the .clerk,,' of !events of the season will be theproar&m ever held In Starke. votes. family residence at Raiford Thurs personal Interviews with the relief t i Meeting 4
.e circuit court. The fee, Including given next Wednesday The King and courtiers will be day afternoon at 2:00: o'clock, with director. Individuals may see her
that which goes to'the Demo- evening, April II, by the',Jackson- BLOCK chosen by the Queen and her at- Interment being''made In the fam- during this period, but at no other ra' i
]ratio Executive Committee, Is fiver villa College of Music under the lilTS SIGNAL tendants. ily plot at Sapp cemetery. time during' the dRY Interviews Unable To Provide Fund For' ?,

cent of the first year's-salary auspices of the Woman's Club of Perry Newsom, farmer living Surviving are three daughters, should be of a* short duration a* Sanitary Toilet Material
f the office. Starke. The program will begin at near Starke, was Injured Thursday MARRIAGE LICENSESK. Mrs.// J.. H. Denmark of St. Augus possible. Ordinarily they should be In County !
All candidates for national or 8:15: : o'clock. night of last week while driving an W. Parks and Louie Belle tine, Mrs. J. R. Tidwell of Ocala confined to five minutes for each -
tate offices must submit a'state- Is well automobile when he struck a Sea Carter, March 10. and Mrs. Elliott Yelvington of Rai- person. It i Is earnestly requestedthat I The Board of County Commissioner '
Imenl of expenses to the Secretaryof The College of Music board Air Line signal block at the Thomas B. Moseley and Eula ford: five sons, pro B. L. Whitten those seeking direct relief and of Bradford County met ,
State. The first itemized campaign known throughout this section for crossing on Madison Avenue. Mr. Parks, March 16. of Miami, W. C. Whitten of St commodities send only one memberof April 2, at 10:00: .a.m.with the following ''gyp t
must be Ito splendid work and high stan Newsome was carried to a Jacksonville William Alvarez and AI- O. W. $l
expense statement Raleigh Augustine, J. L. Whitten of Savan the family to the office, preferably members present:
made not later than May. 11, thesecond dards. It offers thorough courses hospital where be was meta Bitch, March 23. ash. Ga.,.,agd.Bajl:' and Walter the man, where possible. Such Hinson, chairman; J. M. Rosier, l u 9
not later than May 28, andItbe leading to certificates, diplomasand treated for a broken jaw bone anda Charley Dyal| and Edna Rabme, Whitten. of Raiford.. a procedure will avoid much delay L. Conner, Mallory Thomas and 0.. '
third not later than' July 6. bachelor of music degrees. A broken collar bone. The automo- March 24.. .' e i..' i and confusion. W. Andrew

Candidates for office voted upon number of our local music studentsare bile be was driving waa badly dam- Earl Raines. Jr., and Mary Cooper There are 2,300 dally newipapers: T. T. Long of the community-
Itn one county must make their ex- attending this institution.This aged.- March 81. /. > in the United Statec *-,;*' (,1"- ;; Season's Popular Hit sanitation project of the County'i

|pense statements to the circuit program for Dext!Wednesday Federal Emergency Relief Administration i
court clerk. 'evening la being anticipatedwith To Be At Ritz Soon"It appeared before the board .,

_ This year, Florida will vote on much pleasure. It has been I -- asking for financial assistance In
candidates for one seat In the carefully arranged to Insure variety '- APRr, Happened One Night," one of paying for the materials used In 4'

United State Senate, five members most, highly touted and enthusiastically sanitary toilet for those unableto 4
of Congress, two members of Appearing on the program will received picture of the bear their portion of the expense. ", 'a
!toe state Railroad Commission, be Mavis Glldwell, violinist; W. season, come to the Rita Theatre The board went on record d''

two Justices of the Supreme Court James Crosland, pianist; Mrs. Rob- 0.., HOW HC's cuINO Sunday for a two-day engagement a* approving the project and instructed ?,
Itwenty-one State Senators, ninety- ert Lee Hutchinson accompanist, 1a E6 QED! "GARDEN S1MC', In this picture Clarke Gable and the clerk to writs the'Y. 'Y

Iflve Representatives, and score' of' and the A Capella Choir under the Claudette Colbert are co-starred County Bond Trustee 1
county offices.School. direction, of Lyman P. Prior. for th, first time, and the combination the use of a county truck whenever

The A Capella Choir is one of must be .. happy one, Judging possible to assist wherever necessary ,
the outstanding organizations of by the raves of the critic. but owing to lack of fund.
Board Its kind In this section and Is always "It Happened One Night" ha wa unable to furnish any fund,
well received. The ensemble been balled by the Hollywodo seers Mrs. Mollie Snowden wa allow k

la composed of twenty perfectly a* one of the most romantic pictures ed $2.50 per month from the pau- ,
Met Monday blended voices whose excellent ever filmed, In which Miss per allowance.
training under Mr. Pryor enables I r tIe.iaats Colbert I is said to be at her bet a* Susie Chandler 'aged colored .

them to sing in a finished manner 1, the high-spirited heiress. And Gable woman, requested that the board
a* the Ingenious and more or her exemption on two
includesone approve
Teerlen : Membership in the choir
to Bo At Next
Meetlng-HeUbroiui Appointed Poet local singer John H. Powell ; iEAt I 1 1 last fist M N leu gallant.knight-errant-1: t. expected years back taxes Inasmuch as her" a
Filled who was Instrumental In having to reach the highest plnacle exemption dated back for that
the choir appear In Starke. of his already prodigious popularity number of years. The clerk wa Instructed
The p.IC;; admission to take the matter up with
. Board of Instruction There will be no
of f L1 Coming to the Rib Tuesday and the Comptroller with a view to i
Bradford County met In regular charge and the public Is cordially ...J j a" .
having said exemption allowed.Col.
"lon aDlIIbers attend. Wednesday is "I Am Suzanne, another -
Monday night with Invited to
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I Is A. 8. Crews. representing
picture that attracting
present 8.: L. arranged tor theDlne'll
namely; The program s
I the Seaboard Air Line Railway
J : attention. Studded
"rws widespread
J. C. Prevatt and W..C., as follow: .
Mnhn8, chairman "Alia Trlnlta Beata" (Fifteenth witH lovely girt, beautiful revue Company submitted a compromise-
Minutes t00 number and photographic wonders settlement for delinquent taxes,
read approved after Century). "Gloria PatrT (Pales- ? ,
"*M<* they heard .' "Ave' Verum" (Gounod)- ; It offer a perfect setting for claimed by the said company to
a proposition trlna),
have been Illegally assessed for the
from Lillian the
CoL A. S. Crew relative COfb4t A Capella Choir."Nocturne" Harvey, internationallyfamous ?
the 'taxes of -"Sere- D O .tar, last several year In the county.
the a A* I* Railroad (Boulanger
bad been refused oa account nade" of sneer as all fund Involved In the pro-
what they termed Illegal aMMThl GUdwelL Parisian night life and the Podrecca -
a0a. eY Plccoll Marionettes offer Mia posed settlement were school fund
matter war deferred .Wait In E Minor (Chopin), '
that the Board of Public Instruction
next regular meeting.: Etude in A Flat Major (Chopin), Harvey-a splendid opportunity to #
should take the Initial action,
wacher* for HeUbl'OlUl.lIChooi "Maiden's: Wish" (Cnopla-Llsat) display her versatility. Oae Raymond K
Wlnted who I Is the matter wa therefore laid over
play. opopelt her
a* follow Crosland.
; Principal W. James {
until the Board of Public Instruction
"* E. B. Hart; Mia Rachel 8U- "O Thou With Hate Surrounded" aid to five' his, beet, performanceto had considered the T,.
cox &lid' Visa Muriel SIlcox. : (Bach), "0 Blessed Jesus" (Bach), data' Mrs. Katie Dean having proposition.moved
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agreed to six dollar :"Lo How. a Rose rev Blooming"Praetorius
from the her wa
fO FOBMEB 8TAKKE BOY county, name .
--"Portatlon of the Starke ). "The Three Kings"
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Clee TO PKEACH SUNDAYW. I taken from the pauper r
School CIub from Bradford High (Cornelius) :0."A Capella Choir Mrs W. D. Wilkes and Mr.

Tampa. to the Music Festival at (Margaret McMillan, soloist) D. Daugherty of Mayfield, Mary Fowler were each allowed 6'
d'Ambroslo). -
"Romance" ( +
PPolntnnentof Ky.., pastor of the Christian Church I3.8O per month from the pauper
of Lawley tsacher.hornerred i (Flocco-BentO'Nelt-Mavis there and a former resident of fund P

until all teacher have Glidwel Starke, will occupy' the pulpit of George Hamilton aged pauper
TJ 1I1.ID8JIded. March, from "The Love of Three the Christian Church her Sunday, having died the board allowed $7-SO 1
lruae Florida National Bank d- Oranges" (Frokofleff). "Berceuse"Palmgren _ _
April 8. preaching "both" morningand on his burial expenses and ordered
1 Orlffe*)-
Coua tY school tor- Bradford- ( ). "Scherao" ( evening.Mr. !hi* name removed from the pauper ,
The *. W. James Crosland N/ .: Daugherty. who 1* her for roIL
Pec apPointment ta of teacher ex- "Cherubim Song from the i short visit,,with his parents,.Mr. By regular motion duly carried,
be' made at next meeting. Church-Russian ,(Glinka). "Turn and Mr*. W. EL Daugherty,;1* wen tl{ A'Brown, wa reimbursed for
sIz n further bumeu the board The',:Again: :O'Lord (Attwood) known in and around Starke/and fund furnished by him to colored 'r

3a. .to' meet firstMonday; ..InGRiryia "From 'A'That, Dwelt Below the. i %l* many friend will be glad of pauper In the amount of $5.00.1
A. SktaWalmealey. rl), Choral Be... : ;; r.. this opportunity to bear him. The matter of exempting from ,
J. Choir.
Secretary. diction (LUtltID-A. Capella. taxation the building used by the
OU.r It l. said that red-haired personaare'aeMdmf'fotid"1n FERA organization for office was ;
__ a. Frenchman,. invented The United State baa.ft.ts. insane avlum -' laid over1,until next'regular meet > ,
r.ce SI-IIIUtuet' ....- per cent-bf: aV-fiepttoaM. tt B r..- : : *.< .. '

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)k. BRADFORD HARDWARE Big 19c Sale Again This Week W..E. BRYANT. Proprietor THE UNIVERSAL SIX

t ti .' COMPANY Service and Satisfaction We Put "OK" in Cooking ,


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Have Taught You That When in
Need of Dry Goods Merchandise The Mill That Makes ALL YELLOW You'll need a new Dress Hat and FJorsheim Shoes, Stetson Hats
,, YOU SHOULD SEE- PINE Rosin Barrel Staves and Heads Shoes, and you can find them atRACHEL'S


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Draperies- County Atlantic&Pacific Tea Company
rj Where Economy Rules


: 4 d: COMPLIMENTS OF If You're Hungry or Thirsty



Standard Oil Company

PAUL,E. CANOVA Proprietor

; Pretty Millinery Nice White
We Have Everything It Takes Here :
Every Day Is Bargain Day at
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Where Quality Is SupremeCOMPLIMENTS STUMP'SA.


Starke Florida
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3 Big Days, April 19-20-21 STARKE, FLORIDA

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A BIG FREE ACTS :The Cash Store

Starke Co:Cola; Bottling Co.

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Sales and Service And
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{ J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. Come'Bring'' the Fnmly for Greatest Gathering Bradford County Ever Held Quality'First


Draught Beer and Good Sandwiches
E.C.PRIEST.Distributor' .
Open All Night
Shell I I Gas and Oils i

ii We' Are Glad To Co-operate r
fi r In Its FirstSTRAWBERRY '.,
W. A,. BESSENT Jr. Feeds
Starke Ice Company STARKE.
,, I W.L.WALL Proprietor '\, LAWTEY FLORIDA'

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,. OF Groceries, Shoes, Fertilizers
Dry Goods

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MUCH DISCUSSED SENIOR "KIDS" IN Bright Sayings \;, 4""
Woodfln: "Pa t, '

oted to the Best Inter*** of REVEALED FRIDAY Patta\ 'xis FINGeR.. .1 r1'n.e PROGRAM Pa: "Yes" "
Woodflnt "Teacher says we're;
<.JFORD HIGH SCHOOL \..' HARDER. 1'111'\,8.\ 9J' ,', ;" 4 t I
JIR. Fine Suite Of Furniture PresentedTo I ItFtL here to help others. {
tautrbuu. Jovial Class Add To Celebration -
and Alumnae. Ducw Day's
tudent. Patrons B.II.S. By Miss Middleton's Wf\K'\ bRE.cTL."t.'MO \ t. Pat: "Of course we are." '; ''
BEtTERIhNeriw By EntertainingIn
Class \ IS kDUP.. bv'IEETiteARI CORMSaUt IS I AssemblyIt I Woodfln: "Well, what are the ,I

EDITORIALSTAFFEatlorlnChUf Friday morning the Spoken English 'Znb lbOMcp C&S Ii. Doter others here for?"

-__ class staged a surprise party ''V4 00 ' Boesea'orothr "So that new girl of is + )', '
IU' for the rest of the school and pre- CASINO. fLtTIb responsibility of entertaining' in yours I ; ,
sapp-Allt. Edltor-In-Chlet uwi 1 ER. ( AAe" Btfi "
_______MsnMThi. Editor sented their "secret" that has long xt.1'5 CASINOspAOea odpl! weekly assembly fell upon the lazy a
the other e % 1Uy
Lazy Why, morningI
C.r R. Harl.yA M.na Editor been a mystery to the other stu- lu. PASTe oeG Seniors at a very unusual time, although ) "
I caught her putting Into ?
dents. popcorn ,
vln. ___Echant: : Editor I On K sl perhaps the coincidencewas f
I. D,4p00 the cakes to make them turnover
Marwlck.-Aa.t. Ex. Editor And what surprise it was! A a pleasing one for the class. pan
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..TaekeonLlterary Editor complete set of furniture for the The kids alias Seniors seemed to themselves '
t tft
ulll Snyder, Met Literary Editor office: a wicker set with a settee I I I (16Tr1 I I i t take great pleasure In presenting I +f '

tr", Sclm.ll-Sport. Editor and two chairs, .. table a lamp, a r- r an entertainment which everyone Mrs. Long: "Robert" Burns wrote ,

lie BIB -----"'*..'. Sport Editor rug, draperies, pictures and even c seemed to enjoy. "To a Field Mouse
A ffiry II 0 wln-Jok> Editor Even the Seniors in the midst of i"t\ I I 1i i IV fI 1 The program started with songs get an answer?"
Editor by the entire school followed by ai'l' : i
At Joke
Jr., -
W,Anderson their
Austin.---- .___....L___R.portef kid-day pranks stopped to ad- the customary flag salute. Then a A man was complaining of the n
II" f mire the office and all of the lower
Entertainment 2I'l :I .qJ%' vocal solo was sung by Mrs. Gray, lack of warmth in his boarding ; I4 ,
iirthft Brownie*_ Elementary. otter grades came up to see the new i 1 r which was well received; and thegirls' house. "
primary and ; furniture. '
chorus gave a number. "In the daytime It's bad enough," rt f 4
It was the best surprise B.H.S. ff ,, Numerous announcements were he said "but at night I frequentlywake k

Of Events has bad since the Seniors got their r n w made by various Seniors who wlatle up and hear my false teeth l y I r
Calendar privileges ( T) and the pupils and S Sa'ter ,
faculty Joined in thanking the tumes. -

Friday, April 6--Senior Assembly Spoken English class for their hard Next on the program a pair of Robert: "Aw, I was only foolln'{ e l ft 4 '

Mrs. Carpenter'* room work in putting over their projectand duets were sung by Sullivan Carter Lois Greta Garbo doesn't care a i

B charge. making the office look better = r --r and Lester Austin, clad In kid costumes snap for me."
Friday April 6--Special chorus than any room we have seen in a the latter accompanying on -- :

goes to Tampa. long time. the guitar. The two songs, "R dRiver S. R.S ""hlsllnlment makes my ;'

Wednesday April 11-Hl-V \\'l JI Valley," and "Hand, Me arm smart." $ 1s. r 4

Club meeting. Senior Personalities Down My Walkln' Cane." were.giv. Marjorie: "Why not rub some ill' '

Thursday April 12-Elemen- i en a great encore, and the pair of It on your head?"

tary ChapeL came back to make a desperatetry ill
Thursday, April 12 Glee Annie Laura Tucker was born in at "Goln' Down the Road No'rl1 MldvlMe Ga., on July 27, 1915: a a
Club, under direction of Mrs. A. Feelln' Bad, wholly impromptu, the power voiteit In them by' 4 r
I E!: Wall. blue-eyed blond baby girl. Her eyes before finally giving' It up as a the law of the State of Florida the t
and hair have remained that way I bad job. Hoard nf Public Instruction oC Hrad. r

O'R IIEAD WRITER ever since (except grown prettier, Marjorie Stump then gave .two tn ford he County held:, In hereby New River call Hpeolal an election!Tax! ,F

perhaps), and Indications are that humorous readings both appropriate UlntrktApril. 10, 1914 nt the ncliuul ',
house. In Haw Itlver, Florida a
they wan continue so. At least, a to the she represented and
| It It were not for the untiring I age For the I par ices nf holdlnc aid P
and work of Lester Austin certain Senior boy hopes so. Annie I / Sullivan Carter took the stage elacttnn 1 tht following"I are appointed) 't
(forts Laura says she likes everything, again, portraying a "Vllllan." A. UilNtlue Kelly, M U John, U. W. ,
at B, H. S. Journal's star reporter Andrews, and 19. A. Bnpp, clerk.. :
but .to boll it down, we find her
E. Wall and Mary Pearco prentnt- I '
would not be able to have a W C. MANNINO. Chairman
cry good school paper. Lester la chief Joys originating in dancing, 1 w Loves SweiT CbwFeUs s( ed a skit, and then little Wanda 11.. J. OIUFFIS Clerk

e most Important member of our singing and the company of Pearce sang "The Three Little J-83St5-JO! |
Hampton boys. She claims waiting in fashion.
Pigs" splendid
|taff for It Is he who writes oureadllneli" i''
la for her invitations as her chief dis- .. The next anti last number on the
this no easy job
yen If It looks it. It BO happens that like. It seems that she alms at a I ThatThe regular program was a good moralon for the next
stage career as her life work although ReminiscencesLet HI SOCIETY Did You Know selfishness, portrayed by several Send $1 sw
ter is the only member who has 5 months ofAtlantic
compllshed this art and on Mon- this choice is 'subject to Senior girls at play jumping tho

lay morning if he falls to come to change. But shucks! She'll mar- us see what the Class of 1929() Informal Social Chat From All 1 Of Special Chorus Is going' to rope. The

hool! you nee quite a few worried ry some millionaire and won'tHAVE Is doing: B. II. H. Tampa to compete In a state con- --- .. 4 e
aces. Besides writing for the pa- to work! (Now watch some Ruth Sternberg-Popular member test for singing? "PET' I'IUJECTOCALAWalter

r Lester Is very busy at present Bradford. boys make millionaires.\ ) of the Starke younger set. She The Seniors enjoyed "Kid Day" The Junior-Senior Prom la goingto F. Coachman, Monthly

riling tho Senior Class Prophecy '- holds a responsible position in her and a picnic at the Peek's cottageon be on Friday April 13? Jr,, executive vice-president< of the 4

nd I also the script for the Senior Dordthy Lee Turner was' born In father's department store as book- Kingsley Lake Friday.< The Seniors made cute kids Frl-,, National Gulf-Atlantic Canal Association MAKE the most of your read- I

flight Show. Starke Florida July K, 1916. Al- keeper. Miss Katheryn Haynes, Miss day told a mass meeting hold hours. Enjoy the wit

] We would like to take this means though Dorothy was born in Iva Boyd-Died in 1933. Lula Redgrave and Miss Hope There in a fee of one cent for here that the proponed waterway la the wisdom, the companionship,
Starke she has not lived here all Edna Strickland-,r-Popular, young student late or absent without one of President RooaeVelt'o "pet"
f complimenting our talented Senr. Haynes were visitors In Jackson every the charm. that have made the
her 'life. She moved to Saraaota projects. "I believe that If we can
teacher In the Elementary Department an acceptable excuse ?
We feel sure that be will be- ville Wednesday. 7'r'Miss ATLANTIC, for seventyfiveyears
when she was eight years of age. of the Bradford High School. {! School Is nearly out r get the coot down we are going to fend
America's most
one famous as a writer some day. Lula Miss Kath ,
She moved back to Starke when Willie May Hlnaon Taught get the canal and I believe we aro "
i she was a Junior In high school and school in Brooker this past year. eryn Haynes, Miss Bunnlo! Canova John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson going to get tho cost down," Coach mos chedlshed magazine, 4

Gossip From A'To'ZKid we are glad she chose to graduate She is now residing in Hampton. i Miss Martha Canova Brownlee and Miss two Presidents died on the man declared. Send 91 (mentioning this ad) '

from Bradford High School. She Nolan Canova Vocalist and Mary were shopping in same day--July 4, 182 -- to

Day! .And what a day! has been a popular member of the saxophonist In Jimmie Livingston's Jacksonville Tuesday -. -- The percentage of Idleness Is rilK ATLANTIC MONTHLY

rlday, March 30, was Kid Day for younger set. Dorothy la a very attractive orchestra, now playing In Daytona Miss Martha Powell spent the Sixteen persona perished from greatest for both sexes among persona '
St. Boston
he Senior children. 'They all mett girl and has a pleasing Beach. week-end In Jacksonville visiting heat and thirst In the deserts of the under twenty years of age 8 Arlington 4 '

the club house at 8:30: and 'personality. She Ii undecided as to William Duncan Graduated Miss Virginia Merger. Southwest lost year. clasiiifled as gainful workers. I

arched gaily through town ,/lIngg what she will do in the future from the University of Florida, Miss Bunnie Canova went to the .__u

"School Days. When theyar- 'however we are sure that whatever where he specialized In Journalism. Ravine Gardens in Palatka Sunday -
fived at school they .sang "Qoodnlng" 'I profession she chooses she will suc- He Is a very promising. young i, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH OFFERS YOUMAILBOX

to all the higher classmen ceed In it, as she has a habit of writer. Billy Parker was a visitor In

teachers, and principal. In finishing what she starts. Dorothyhas Walter :McDonald, Jr.-He was Jacksonville Tuesday.

tape! they were all requested toarch many talents but her outstand- the youngest student to graduate We are all very sorry that Miss

on the stage and perform ing one is her ability in the choruses from Bradford County High Hazel Middleton had to have an operation
or the interested audience. Someere : :'Of the plays that 'B. H. S School. He Is now working in for appendicitis Sunday

a little bashful ;:until A.. E. 'has presented this year. Dorothy Starke. afternoon. We all miss her and

riled) : "The last-one on the stagea I likes to go to Lawtey to spend the Murrah Rooks-Matrled Miss hope to see her with us again soon.

rotten egg." Then you should I night with a certain Senior girl. I Ollie May Harrison. 'They are residing Mrs. George Anderson !is substituting
ave seen the scramble. The audl- wonder 'what the attraction is? In Alachua, where Murrah is for Miss Hazel Middleton
nee selected the cutest "Kids" She likes chemistry moonlight i associated in business with Mr. until she is able to return. We are

nil they were: Lula Redgrave, nights dancing and her teachers at Harrison. glad to have her with us during
'aullne Priest. Sullivan : Carter, B. H..S. She dislikes people who Caryle Ritch-Holds a responsible Mlaa Hazel's absence.

all motored to Klngsley Lake Company In Chicago l B. by all the students of B. H. S. the 1
here they enjoyed a delicious plc- Dorothy Agnes Swanbom was Elmer McMillan-Working on a. first of the week as she had the '
[Ic dinner at the Peek.cottage. The born August 3, 1917 in Lawtey, commercial ship.BRADFORD flu. We are all very glad to have
ptnlors wish to thank their spo Florida and has the distinction of
her back with
us now.
lurs, Mrs. one the Seniors. Show an actual profit on next '.
Long and Mrs. Carpen- being. of youngest GIRLS TO GO The Seniors expect to have a
ler, and their principal Mr. Gray, She has made her home near Law- TO SINGING CONTEST I' Your home '
good time at their first party Wednesday year reading.. newspaper ;
for their wonderful co-operation in tey most of her life with the exception -

king this the beat "JKld: Day" of four years at Stuart a Thirteen of the B. H. S. girls tertaining night.for them Mrs.In,Prevatt honor of Is her en- and the pick of this choice list of magazines

Ver few summers in Chicago and several will represent our Behoofs glee club daughter Mlsi Marguerltte Prevatt. -
other :places.: She has very In the state contest at Tampa next who is a popular member of All for the amazing low price given below.

The Senior have Just: ;begun I light hair 4s quiet. and .an A student week.end.: This will mark Brad- the graduating class g
practicing on their play for""Senior tn all her subjects. Her many ford High's debut In such a contest.
a s Night" This play to being likes Are: ..Candy' movies, music, Because of this tact and Also that ( I Ie '

rttten by one of the Seniors.Lest fishing hiking chemistry lab., the competition will be very keen Student Government II'h

Austin, and promises to J>e one travel, and the try and see theory. prevents us from expecting our '-' .

t the best ever presented ,in Her few ,diaJlkes! are cheating and girls to win this year but they are Minutes Of Lat MeetingThe }
'larke, current events. She has not definitely going to try their best and come Student Co-operative Government '

decided on ,her vocation but out winners. It they lose there will of Bradford: ,High School xlecf o/'fAede amoiri 2 r ui&t
It will be one of the following: As be no reflection cf disgrace upon held Its regular, mooting Wednesday -

an archeologist, naturalist chemist our school. However we hope the March 28. In Mrs. Long's SELECT ONEMAGAZINE SELECT THREEMAGAZINES + _
AUNTSASSYFRASS' artist or .mu dllll. Whichever girls will get much benefit from room 'I' 0. k

she chooses she will be sure to Jbe the contest. The minutes were read and ap I MAGAZINE FROM
success. the trip D Better Homes& Garden.,!Yr.
B will make proved.
Twelve girls
'- GROUP I 0 Progressive' Far"" ,....._.2 Yrt.
COLUMNStarke Edwin Sbuford was born''' to sing while Marjorie Stump will Tb following committees gave ODcfinMter. -....,.._.,._1 Yr.Mok 4
Joseph accompany them as a pianist. their reports* 3 MAGAZINES FROM Dike Country
t to Halifax Va. August S. 1914.' He' o Hollywood Mp...1Yr.M Hwnez..2Yre
to In 1929 and has The girls are Misses Lola Long, Ch er-up Committee. Boys' Rest GROUP 2 [D Southern Afrk "
moved Lawtey
Florida. resided there ever since. Joe has Lois Adklns. Martha Brownlee Lil- Room and Han Committee. Library 0 McC.Irs .o"i,. _1 Yr. eSrll/ n&ppcr'f Fanner1 1 Yr.

&r April 6, 1934. the Bradford High Tornado lian Sternberg Mildred< Hundley Committee Office Committee At- D Mori CJ sIc' I Yr. ienritwonun. Mtgtslne I Yr.
Almt S been on // ,
maee: Martha Powell, Elaine Wynn Rhoda tendance Committee, Manners and / If'f'lfJ<7-
Since I have attending I football team for the past Zelgler, Annie Laura Tucker, Morals Committee. J.tfafcler/ (Wieldy) ..I! Yr. I DCood Stories ..I 1 Yr. f.
Joepofleses ALL r I VE ONLY
hoo!. I have always 1 een told two years and Is a letter man. OuUda Marie Thede, Dorothy Sapp Tb grounds will be In charge of ID Home Circto ._ .........,1 I Yr. .
hat disposition DflctorUI. lUvtor__1 Yr.
a straight line l. the snortestwe an ,agreeable and Kitty Hogned.ELEMENTARY. the Ninth Grade the first week 0 loMefcoU MJ0AIIM, _\ Yr.
In the high
ecently between two points. But and school a Jot Joe of Is friends ambitious) and expects with the representative In charge. D0p ROM! (top)_-2Y* D HfiMtnr"f Meelwsk _1 Yr.

several people have conradlcted : ASSEMBLYMrs. The second week the Tenth Grade Okras leak _1 1Y.
: me when ) to Join the Navy' when he 0 Mttit.". Home Ufo-1 Yr.
I this
made will look after the grounds with
latement What shall J do? I graduates and take up a course in Herbert Hitch's room In the representative charge. Okras Msy I Yr.DTnw O Nex .efSf> ..... 1 Yr. '

now that I am correct. Please radio. Among Joe's like solitude may be of charge: The Flag Committee. Is as fol- CenfmioM.. _I Yr. o tccesiful Frmlnj" _> ,,1 1 Yr. ;
newer all soon a.s listed the quiet and lows I a ..'. WerU _I Yr.
possible 110 "> "Jesus Love Me. : '
sad D ItaKebiidr.f. Yr.
IIJtlety will cease.Worrledly. home life, fisting basketball, "America.- Morning Chester Moody. Andrew i !

yours.SINCLAIR strumming the guitar.. He and dislikes to bebral'ged Flag Salute-Entire aasembl Taylor: afternoon. Chester 0I' "....... IA.eX) CAeeA J Mag'-- Mere ex> j.
PEEK. noisy company, bluffing Jack UnderhllJ.I .
In Joe. our school 1. Songs "My Shadow. "SwingSong. :Moody,

Starke. Florida loses a good upon.pal and a good sport. ." I Traffic Committee Monday, IF YOU PHIFIK YOU MAY CHOPS ALL 4 MAGAZIMIS FROM GROUP F'
Band. Norman Johns RichardThede
April 7. 1934. 2. Rythm ; '
ry Dear Worried Sinclair: EASTER EGO HUNT 3. Reading. "SpringIs Here"- Tuesday, Robert Chapman. Edwin Gttr Guaramt. **To YoufTbk ',,- sUp fur ",/1I..bwe after eAdWfl_ 4 Pmtlu ....

After pending several hours Many grades enjoyed Easter egg Patsy Ruth Walnwright. Torode; Wednesday, Joe Shuford. -J.eb.Uf umt eej* M tmntmtty.rrasr n't'
hlnklllg about your question. I hunts Friday under the direction I Rev. B M. Montgomery pastor Charles Fender; Thursday, Sullivan wmettrM elf* i. IY.ibblt" to eUMM
:aVe come to the Miss Shepard of the Methodist Church then gave Carter. A, E. Wan; Friday, Lester new ...ecrttsn t* tfchMntec ....'.'.r. O-ee-e.t 1 esdeee /easeS W sewtMMs
conclusion rii
fight that a of their teachers- ...............5'.....S." '.' r u.-..,..
line' to tn. shortest dlac )I.... Demorest.' Miss Mlddleton, a vivid description of the first Austin 8. R. Johns. geMMfes tics MRkasst. ( .P

[ between two points, but lane Miss Edwards Miss Oils Ray, Miss Easter.,. Ushers Jimmle: Peek Chairman MfeflcrlejHsni. s<.. ,.. Jas ,.n.. ''

est eweons to have rotten theN Jacobs and Miss Pearce. ; Woodfin Halle, Lester Austin ;s'ewwvssvwce' / let t11.uMM. .
W curv..s. | Other grades are to have a picnic There are 20000.000 widows"in Richard Thede sjvVny 19 Mucfrjf 00 MnrMMnffsev ......... o' a K., eyTOWM ,,

Advisably you.. soon ia preference to the regular India with between 200,000 and Respectfully submitted vrlN M 4Alead.S fee IsIS. kern sic.wlu. />.. l'Pa..a.. ,.._._..... ____... '

AUNT SASSTntAss. Easter: celebration. j 300,000 of them under twenty-five. MARIE THEDE Secretary '

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Woodmen Large Class CircleTffitfates"Tuesday( .. ( Do You Know? TUB NAME Of 4 .

1. i; +. +: :THE STATE OB" FLORID.At.! ;
'focietjClrtle The Starke'Woodmen Circle of '-. It appearing by affidavit!?d'1'!' In it
As Supreme Forest met.in regular \ that certain cause In the Circuit
t Court, Twenty-Hlxth I Judicial Circuit,
session at the Masonic Hall last In and for Bradford Countyt Florida,
Tuesday night March 27 with the In Chancery entitled J..J. Cownt.Conpl.'nant. .
v*.. Beatrice Cowart, r I
Mrs. Vonda Inman,
A guardian, pre Defendant, and the relief prayed for
Members Honored Mr. Denmark HonoredOn siding.A belne Divorce] that the Defendant U
a resident of State or Country unknown ,>\
By Woodmen Camp Birthday Anniversary' well filled room witnessed the to the Complainant, and I* .
beautiful Initiation put on by the over the age of twenty-one year, I \\ i
Denmark'was hostessto and that there le In the
:Members of the Starke Grove, Mrs. P. S. no person
degree staff of the lodge. State of Florida service of personal OU can
last Wed- enjoy
the members of her family
Woodmen Circle, enjoyed haft ; lr proem upon whom would personally our
tality of AU Friends Camp, Woodmen nesday evening at her home on Mrs. Inman gave an interesting a. v, bind said Defendant vacat on -betl
of the World at a covered North Cherry Street In honor of account of the district meeting in IT IS ORDERED that the Defendant #
dish dinner given at the Masonic the birthday anniversary of her Jacksonville recently honoring the Beatrice Cowart. appear to the
i Denmark. national president Mrs. Mary E. Bill of Complaint I on the 7th day of If yea I. away fc.,1,,, fear
P. S. 1t.,
Hall Friday night husband A. t. sad .
May 1934 otherwise a decree bMlaw """VUwfch .
of and white DaRocca, and the national secretary ......
vd The meeting was called to order A color scheme pink pro confeeiio will be entered agalnether eased et oc.>raII In....._
was carried out In decorating the Mrs. Dora Alexander Talley for her failure to appear
by the presiding officer G. H. Bennett living; and dining roomseguests both of Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Inman It '. further ordered that this' order wUl pay you to .have 7- 1..,
to am* aeede .
extended a welcome reviewedHAROLD
who were entertained.M several l also gave a report of the All-State be publlHhed once a'week for four and .1004 11
the new members of the lodge and consecutive week in the Bradford
Mrs. Von course dinner was served by the meeting at Sebrlng recently. At County Telegraph, newspaper. of

t da to the Inman Woodmen guardian Circle of Starke hostess to the following guests: this meeting Mrs. Inman was pre Bradford general County circulation, Florida., published; In is-U y.vwdo.,......"--m........," gyp.
Mr. and Mrs. John B.,.Crews of sented a cash prize of $b for collecting s 'ir tided. ... ..... 10 'o1Y"0. -
Grove graciously responded on behalf WITNESS my hand and official Irk..1....
of the circle. Lake Butler. Mr. t-vMrs.; : Tate the most advance Insurance l.ad Heal of said Court this list day of ,'.......
I Denmark, Mr. and Mr.;;Joseph payments in the state, with the national March A. D. 1934. -
The meeting opened with all Thomas Mrs. E, M. ThomM, Mr. president, Mrs. LaRocca fi ringing "America" after which L. and Mrs. Roger Ward'Ml1, and making the presentation. ., ,' MOh YM6iN A f ..Q Clerk of Circuit Court. C. WALtINSURANCE
4 B. Hutto and son Olllver P. Hutto Bradford County Florida.
; T. C. Mra.: Jessie
Mrs Chastaln Committees were apoplnted,, to ,.d
rendered two banjo a.ndIltar, PATTEN A\: J.ANDRUM.
Mae Blakely, W. W. Balsden; qarl- serve as follows: Solicitor for Complainant.

spy gave numbers.two interesting Miss Lucille readings.Mitchell A. ton Chastaln Adolph Oay.and S. O. Sick Flower and Gift Committees S-S3Ct4-ZO| | STARKE. FL0lilb
and J. E. Denmark.
J. Thomas gave a short talk on to serve one year are: Mrs. ..
Emily Denmark, Mrs. Maude Andrews -
tt "Fraternallsm, and George H. In
Legion And Auxiliary Mrs. Beulah Saxon. Mrs.
i ;S.Kff. man district deputy gave a talk
on "Woodcraft. Miss Marjorie Holds Joint Meeting Mae Green, Mrs. Hurdle Flume and APRIL IS MANAGER'SIn MONTH

Stump delighted the audience with Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at Miss Gladys Williams.

two clever readings after which the Legion Hall, members of the Decorating Committees to serve
short talks were given by different American Legion and Legion Auxiliary three months: For April; May and
0 members of both lodges. held a Joint meeting at June--Mrs. Jessie Chastain,' Mrs. AH A& P Stores

t Dinner was served buffet style which time plans were made for i Rosa Goodman Mrs. Lucille Ward, d

rt after which asocial hour was en- the Strawberry Festival 'which' Is '. Mrs. Georgia DuBose Mrs. Victo- D Naturally I'm anxious to win honor. for
Joyed. to be held here April 19, 20 and 21, ria Yarbrough; July, August and my store I have selected
September-Mrs. Lula Hutto Mrs some very
and will be sponsored by the Jones.
p Oklahoma's gasoline output In Langford-White Poet ', Maud Andrews Mre.1;Shelve Hall "'hot.".fe. CWJ/M Umlaut ,I..'.... special Items at real savings and I hop!

ur 1931 was ..3.. million/ gallons, and After tho regular business meeting and Misses Carolyn' and Edna THAT thl,.-flv, r after rushing"tempestuously, for fourteen miles,' that you will come In and not only help

91.2 million gallons In 1930.I a social hour was enjoyed Hutto; October November and December I I.. Into I lake that has no known outlet Yet a mile below the tsysu xlp 'me win but avail yourself of the many

I when refreshments were. served by Mrs. Clara i Mae Knight lake, the river suddenly' reappears. as a trickle of water that soon grows very special value that I have for you.WNEREECONOMYRIIIES ..
the committee. Mrs. Carolyn Inman Mrs. Mona ,Into a river again, This river Is known as the Malign It Is located
Priest Mrs. Hurdle Flume and Miss |ln Jasper National' Park Albert, and It provides what expert have.. N. N. PREVATT, Manager.
Turner-Brinson Amy Moore. jflserlblas the_ *. -!!. | trout fishing_'In_North,America/' '

RITZ THEATRE yTurner! Program Committees: Mrs. DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. :[ of
Maude Andrews, chairman; Mrs.

u BTARKK FlrOHXDA ment Jacksonville of their announce daughter., (;he.IIngalre.,, Loysele) I Mae Green Miss Carolyn Hutto, LAWTEY HIGHLAND 5 Pounds 24c
of Miss Amy Moore, Miss Eunice Ca- I :1 I
Louise, to William T, ,Brlnaon O.' Cor.
Valdosta Ga. nova and Miss Elizabeth Willtame., VThllllpe, : M. 15. Crews.. Cor.
The above announcement taken Serving Committees: For I. ,
a OVERT '"1W "'Y. MONDAY of April-Mrs. Beulab Saxon Mrs. I
from Sunday's Times-Union will be
il t5 WEDNESDAY. SATURDAY' of Interest to Starke friends of Vonda Inman, Mrs. Mildred Powell, ;' StrawberryShipments Off E. Prescott and J. F. Griffin were MEAL.and GRITS 5 Pounds He
? ado P. M. Miss Turner who with her parents Mrs. Eva Thomas Miss Ada Nlm-' I The strawberry season which business visitors to Starke Thurs .

t NIGHT: SHOWS were former residents of Starke. mo and Mrs. Carolyn Ionian: May mvle A flourishing start here last day.Max GRANDMOTHER'S
DAILYTIM and pipe P. M. Miss1 Turner Is the granddaughterof -Mrs. Hattie Prevatt Mrs., Ruby week was of a very short life Carter was in Lawtey Tues- Fresh Plain or Sliced LOAF

%1 SUNUAY,00 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johns of Dyal Miss, Pearl Manning, Miss after Chipping several cars last day. BREAD
Starke., Ethel"Moore. Miss Amy More and! week Only, truck shipments will Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson 7c lOc 12c

.t ., -- Mrs. Lillie Mae Mpe.7ub.MV's.Louise go out for thla week. It Is not expected Griffis were visitors to Starke

J+ 9fMP'ROGR'AM Music Study Club Williams,'Mrs. Emily'Den- any r more cars will move Tuesday. RAJAH Supnme'Qulity SALAD Pt Jar Qt Jar
Meets mark. Mrs. Mae Green Mrs. Hur- before about April 16. Mrs. L. L. Grant of Zephyrhills '
i'i' 1 4 c BBOINNIKQ: APRIL 6 TonightThe dle Flume Mrs. Ruth Denmark and ,.- spent several days here with Mr. DRESSING 13c 25cSULTANA

I Fortnightly' Music Study Mrs. Lizzie Clarkej; July-Frank Marshal ResignsAt Grant last week.M. .
+ t | FRIDAY :'SATURDAY Club will meet tonight (Friday), and John Inman R. A. Green Pal' a meeting of the city council C. Carter was a visitor to
: April 6, at 8:00: o'clock, at the mer Williams, Olllver and Tillman Monday evening L. C. Clark, mar. Orange Park Saturday. =5s=s==5= .

i home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Hutto, A. H. Hall Jesse Goodman hal and collector, resigned and W. :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly
Press"Tim Mrs. H. H. Young will have and Luther Clarke August-Mrs. H. Beck was:-appointed to fill out and Miss Freddy Wimberly of WHITE HOUSE

charge of the program and has Maude Andrews, Mrs. Jessie Chas the unexplreflterm.ah' Starke visited Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyand SMOOTH, RICH
chosen as her subject the French tams Mrs. Onetla Griffin Mrs! Rosa -- family Sunday.The EVAPORATED
r i SUNDAY. MONDAY and Italian Opera.Presbyterian Goodman Mrs. Georgia DuBois and Personals Highland Sunday School -

; !'It Happened One i Mrs. Emma Hundley; September*- MIss-LucUHvPlummer, who has held an Easter. egg hunt at the Peamt? ... ButterlLb'.Jar MILK3TaflCansl7c'
Ladies Meet Mrs. Annie Mrs. Bertha been ,
Hatchings visiting /In Miami returned to home of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Sun. .

j" ., Night" Tuesday AfternoonThe I Pearce"Mrs. Mae Bryan Mrs. her home her Friday day afternoon, and Miss Ona Nor 2-Lb.Jar ,
Florence E. Canova. Mrs. 'Victoria Miss Dorothy Sapp of Jackson-, man of the Intermediate class, and
", Claudette Colbert, Clarke Gable Ladles Auxiliary of the Yarbrough and Mrs. 'Annie L. yule was visiting friends here Sun- little :Miss Eloise Wilkinson of the 13c 25c

Presbyterian Church will meet next Hutchings; .October-Mrl. Dama day.. primary class won the prizes for ,
;; TUESDAY -' WEDNESDAY Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat Silcox; Mrs: Thelma Johns Mrs. W. H. Edwards left for a business finding the moat eggs'

4 .'' the home of Mrs T. S. Williams. Thelma Addison, Miss Mildred trip to Baltimore Md...Tues- S. E. Godwin of Maxvllle was a
; 0'I; Am'Suzanne"Lillian An Interesting program has been Hundley Mrs. Edwards and day. visitor here Monday.Mrs. QUAKER MAID

arranged for the afternoon and'all Luetta Clarke November;;' Mayor A. A.eOriffle. and PORK
Ilarve Gene Raymond ; City WV A. Bessent Mrs. N. T. and BEANS 16-oz. Can 5c
,. (' M5" Banks members are urged to be present, officers of the grove .to serve at Councilmen Ail H. Harley, M. B. Green and children and Miss Vera

,I, t, this meeting; December,;- Mrs. Plummer. O. J. Phillips were viat Murray were visitors here Satur- IONA BRAND *
Ill Colombia has varied t ''I:i THURSDAY FRIDAY a climate Ruby Hayes, Mrs. Lavonla Grlffis, ors to Gainesville Monday afternoon day. TOMATOES
of the
capable nurturing vegetationof 3 No. Cans 25c
Miss Alma Thornton Mrs. Lois conferring, ..with FERA .offl- Miss Flora ConneUey closed avery
."As Husbands 'Go" every cone.Galacla a .4 Thlgpen and Mrs. Katie Bal der.,1"! Clans. .' m w successful term of school Friday COLD STREAMPINK'SALMON

ti Warner Baxter, Helen Vlnson produces over o\X)0,000) i During the' social' hour the hostesses Mr. and Mrs" W, Woolen were with a picnic In the woods
barrels of petroleum annually also Miss Gladys Williams Mfss shopping; In Jacksonville Tuesday. which the children enjoyed Miss Tall Can 12c
much potash Eunice Canova Mtoe Elisabeth >M..K Brown of Tampa.was a Connelly returned to her home In

.. l Williams and'Mrs.?Vonda');Inmaa, uslness' visitor 'here Friday. Green. Cove Springs. NUTLEY OLEO Pound lOc
served refreshments. tf& '[)PI'ahd' Mrs. Jf
FUNERAL DIRECTORS visitorsto. Jacksonville Mon.sy. dren spent Sunday here with her
J ;; The solar plexus consUtutes u ':S mother, Mrs..U. c. Wimberly. PIIXSBURY'S-BEST"
6 t uur Many Years Experience Makes) It Possible for Us t.Scnler largest network nerves' In'ODe: D. \ }1Wdodi employedIn Strawberry shipments have fall 6-Ub.Bar 12-Lb.Bag 24-Lb. Bag

t, V I 'EFFICIENT- PROMPT and COURTEOUS ."RVI human body.. the state.pt krg. 04 the FERA In en off here the effects of the freezing FLOUR
MODERATE!: PRICESr.J.rm nr Jacksonville,' spent"the, weekend weather of several weeks ago 33c'.59c $1.15

DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY -., (" Children's scooters equipped with erewlth his family. but In another two weeks will be

STABILE FLORIDA b r'd small motor have been invested In Mrs;,W,H. Blgga and Mrs. E.'B. shipping heavy again. IRISH POTATOES 10 'Lb. 25c
Germany; .tv { \\t& Wills were!: shopping in Starke J. li. Butts of Waldo was visiting .

Monday afternoon.' friends here Sunday. BANANAS 3 Lbs. lOc
IIR IR1igg9aatnrsret.g. Mr..and'Mrs. James O. Godwinof --" t

t I THE FUNNIEST SHOW EVER DROUGHT TO JACKSONVILLE' here the ,State, Farm were visiting More than 3000.000000 poundsof CARROTS ''Buch 7/2c
soap are used annually in the
Mrs R. R. Thede and daughter, United State GRAPEFRUIT
3 For lOc
E T' 'E'ATftEi acksonvtlle 3ullda Marten Tuesday.A. were. shopping in-

\ ..,..H/Harley.and O,-J'Phillipswere AVER WO .,

p'' 3 'DAYSFr.iDAYSAlURDAYSUNDAYAPHILA. ,, :1t business.ivlsitora' to Jacksonville 'NERVES WHITE NAPHTHA '

,_ .: "Wednesday.iMiM P&GSOAP 4 Bars 15c
Vy v l *> "" 8TAOB RIIOW YOU WILL NF.VER Sit AGAIN RnA -_ :St _Loulsir-Thede!, 'who _.has
/A ...; ill nNND'R AND MORE LAVG113'UAN "WEAVER 8&CM. BtYtBX* t!
"'1IP :'- been Visiting In Miami, returned to IVORY SOAP Medium Bar 5c
her home '
-N '1"
'. ,The,corro a< 4.nt' wants allitems CHIPSO
J r,. of; Interim and win appreci- 3 Packages 19c

_._ 'd.\\. t Jt.if.*yotsfwrill. hand them- laeariy.
LAuGH [ ""' .. s 3 Packages. 14c
1 Circuit &urt' ; Twenty-Slnth'Judlrlat '- 01' AIiP: Fancy TUBBUTTER TO I LET
i. Circuit. In and for Bradford
fViunty, Florida.: In Chancery.Vera .
4 I Johnson Complainant T*. TISSUE
Q. Johnson Defendant.

;; : : appearing BIIJ FOR by affidavit DIVORCEIt mad by Finest, Pure Crtwtte.y WALDORP. SC011'
(Complainant In the above styled 8Roo. S golly
nau.e and filed In thl C'ourt. that It
I I.* the belief of the Affiant that the
r a place Hamilton of reeldeno Q. Johnson of the In Itofendant unknown. UP 1'0 ,.' ..11"t.. I.ws"sly = Per Pound 29c<<: 25c.23c
fhc there I* no person In the State as er high trldaa. .
I of Florida th. *.1'..... of subpoena nd..... ,... ... trite .
upon whom would bind the Defend.ant bull -* 1M :\ '
Hamilton Q. Johnson that "
_ fiant bellevea theDefendant.. ".mll.Af Wateb .I 'Oranrettasl 10NA. Lesions, Yellow Cling Halve. '
ton Q. Johnmn. le S.-- .lead.to ( )
over the ace of "*-
't twenty-one yearn; R-'-::: ;
IT,, IS Liig. wit PEACHES I5c
1 that you Hamilton Q. Johnson De 4g.e tlo1 sad # Can
fendant In thla: rauee, be and you .*bsr -....... dlMsiwto 1 .
'If' t am hereby ordered to appear la the etart jvm trr Dr.sstTstiessssel Mflu QUAKER .
1 ; 7th mil day of Complaint of May A.'D.filed h.r.ln on the; NerHsw "......, MAID Del ale.. Pure
d- the alienation" of ...:J.I"tIrli'b: _hilt eae ta a half glsssi eNhkVINE.
taken aw ronfewped by you.. .. .. ..... ...... APPLESAUCE No.2 Can lOc
IT IS FWRTtlBR ORDERED that Bas drink dellthtfsihy eoethI,
this Orner be pabllehed once a week .. .
for four e'Ftaan arvee.
conieoutlve weekly' lueue* SULTAN
lot{ Bradford County Telegraph, a Dr. IIDea' Nervt.e .. 1.11a. Delicious Broken Slices
it' |weekly newspaperpub11.h.4 at ... r two lase-Ijgrta r/
e1i |!It"Starke.. County In the of Bradford and state of ... TaW.&.., B8i&Ia .... Pineapple 17t
I r County of Bradford s Large No. 2V Can
b ;and State of Florida. ..... -hs<.{g.t .. .
kt :4 I 1 WITNESS' my hand and official, 11M at ]leer ihtq apn
i eat a. Clerk of said CircuitCourt '
Starke, Bradford County. .FUrlda

Visa UM Newest Beresei AttraeMasi 'ftlv-- M Ikegle WIle .. 'Over'.,.k t.t\) .7'ilk day A.of April.THOMAS A. D. ,It... S AP'6'cakes
a AromiMl. te See UM Orea4ee .... BveTsSesiM te JasYriv.a ;.,:j; 1.. A.Pt.rhof Tw nty-8lath Judicial { J -c, i' \ { II t- : 25c
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I Circuit Court In and f.>
No.AdftllCe in Prko- .tiaM"J{ :Nig,6t:40x1 wCMldrs ;1 :i'; k It. .f* WILSON Bradford. County_ Vlortda.' ( 'f(

Solicitor for Complainant. THE GREAT. ATLANTIC& PACIFIC' COlr.1
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Mr. and Mrs: OHe Wiggins and commend me to your npponrror an. Miss Elizabeth Harnage and Miss 'J:'

little daughter Peggy Anne were other have trained term. of With the knowledge condition that exIMt.I -" I 'f ;: Alice Edwards were the guests of I NAT SEZ:: :\r,

in where they iasr and the remedies necessary to S4XTON :Mlasesx Daisy and Bessie Dunn \ ,

>nits attended the mare of Mrw Wig. be dltlonn appOed am to better brine.back able: to normal eervs1tou c n. Mrs. W. A. Tyler Cor. ;jUlsa: : ;Dclorla Bloodworth was hegaeat Wouldnlt. b. great >:1.I| I ,

,,' o ;, gins' cousin, Miss Alice Dana toLewla. than I otherwise would be I havenerved f MlssjUith'AlvatW* ,Sunday lieved and trusted In thin: "
faithfully, trying to "U>"- '? "
Nolan, which,was an event you C if the people of o4.J A I
I a.n the tat burden and to facilitate : ) '
of Sunday afternoon. a return of pronperlty. .Mrs. W. R. Swambon and daugh ""Mt8a'-.Nona 'Whithead was'the hundred years ,
Should you araln honor me with ter. Miss : tf r Misses Mattle and Carrie I'' ",
local your support and reflect me .. the Dorothy spent Sunday gu () ago everybody i
G. A. Stevens .Jacksonville, a Representative. ., I thall continue tonerve afternoon with friends In Starke. Belle Norman Sunday. : thought.the i4ti i i''
former resident of Starke when he you faithfully* and to, tha beat Mills Jean Tyler has been a recent world was '

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND was principal of the school here of my ability."Sincerely' -' : rn, guest of Mrs. H. Taylor. of Johns Friday night Everybody: square. N o w I ,\\1 I 1: I I

twenty-seven years ago, was a recent REV. C. C. UTLmn.Paid Black Creek. welcome to attend. know lt. | '}
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN ( Pol. Adv. *>y.O.. Butler.. ) they ,,\ \
PROGRESS visitor to Starke renewing old An all-day service was held at .----- crooked. F' ': ,..J,

III I acquaintances and while here take FOR thla 8'HOOIBOAnDt methnd .t announcingmy the Church of God Sunday. Dinner Mount Baker Washington, hides' I remember I r 'p AI.1 ,

made-a visit to the Telegraph of. candidacy for member. of School was served on the ground at the its scraggy bead beneath forty' when I could ': \
fice.. i>oari from !Wchool! pintrlct NoS, noon hour and an egg hunt followed take a girl out I' 1'I
miles of : Ice.
and glacial
comprising Brooker-OIampton square \16.1'
Andrew spent, Monday In Mrs. Herbert A. Durden and lit New River eubject toTHa will of theDemocratic In tbe afternoon.O. and buy her a ,.1{, i inlckle'
0 A. tle daughter Peggy Jo, of Madison Political' Announcements' voter/ In the oomlnn primary T. Nelson was a business vlsl. worth [ ,I I
uywnvilie In June, 194.\ It nominated
have been the guests of her mother. FOR- and elected I promise to >work for tor1'to Starke Saturday. of peanuts and I i I 1

Mrs.. B. Price spent Mrs. J. H.; Ritch. for several hereby announce rOVGHFUSI that I ins A of the Bradford bent interest County of, and all the I earnestly.achoola : Mr. and Mrs: W. M. Norman'of cANY0UIMAGIHEICANYOU ) ] a lemon soda '

Rev tin Jackson Ule. days. of candidate the louse fnr the of'office Representatives of m.mhcr solicit your vote and nupport.Renpectfully i Rising spent Sunday here with and she thought she,was leading a 1

oDday from the Second fon: lonal Dln- STAFFORD L CREWS, friends., fast life. Try and do that now and ; d! ,;.' !

a Mrs. A. S. Strickland has been trlct at Florida, subJect to the Democratic Paid Pol. Adv; by Btafford U Crews. Harris Nettles of HeUbronn was see what happens., .> ". I
of Hugh was primary election In June. I ,
T. A. Brinaon spending several days in Ocala record of publlo em-vice In I avisltor here Sunday. Years ago women lined to wear' ', "
ncnoou no\ni
nnlkvn'd FOR .
UJlness visitor here .Friday.MISS with her son and daughter-in-law, MarilRon Countloii and the I hereby announce my candidacyfor I I \II\ two button gloves and gowns to1 t
Third Judicial Circuit of FloridaconnlBtlnic School: Board member from I>latrlct ; the neck. Now they wear two button t ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Strick-
Sydney of ,
seven countivH the
Myrtle Strickland spent the land. tar set In the ,tat.. You are Invitedto and Therenna No.2. comprising subject; South> the will Starke of gowns and gloves to the neck. JI
in Alachua with friends Invextta-ate not only my record of the Democratic voters In the June Gum Branch How things do change. ': 1" : I'':
end '
eek service but my" manner of living. primary. It elected. I will strive In I ,
Mrs. L. M. DeSha and title faithful I hereby uervlc Vroml". you the Knife. the future an In the pant to deal Elizabeth Harnag c.... Ladies' Hand Bags ::1
DeWitt C. Jones of rendered my 1'.1'1.an.1 fairly with mattern pnrtalnlna,; to the :1 ,
)fro and Mrs. !daughter: Marjorie, of Wildwood will continue to live. If within ; nchonln of Bradford County, My pant All White .
were visitors here Mon- my power en a. to reflect honor and board memberBhould "
experience an a
\ this week here
ainesv\l1e spending
withli dignity' to thin high office. Should \,
be of value to the taxpayers 50c and $1.00Children's
y. her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. "H. the voter. of Chip district" Hee fit to and on this recordvaa, an official. I Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and ( )
__ Struth. bestow upon. mo thin honor, they earnestly solicit yottr-vote .nd,sup' children were the guests of her .
may rent "...ure.IU"t I will conolderIt ;r :
I 5 Dresses ,J
Mss Mae Patchett>f Luke' City a sacred trust and that my every port. Respectfully.. >:> parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp r if
guest of Mrs: G. P. McCormick effort will be for the best interests W.I". MANNING. Sunday. Mighty Cute98c ''U'I' 'Jj I''."I
is week-end Mr. and Mrs. Charles of the people 1 ,. !'
represent Paid cal Adv. bJO"'fIr."C.! ,Mannln) Mrs. W. F. Harnage and ," ,
ymond. of St. Charles. 111., who have been Your support and vote In nollclted -- daughter ( :',1:
I and will be. uppreoluted.JAS. 'OR ('01':' TY'4-OMM'!!( %..:VtUh.erret and O. ?f., McRae and Alice IMAGINl- l '
enjoying i. tour of South Florida ,, >!
H. (JIM) KKI.I.Y. ,
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Downing and are guests of Mr and Mrs. John Paid Pol. Adv. by Jan. R, Kelly. I- hereby announce myself S a candlilHt Harnage were the guests of Mr the qrotitode of the man inKankokcc.lll. Wash Trousers'(! I ,
in and Mrs.J. A. Harnage Thursday .,who after suffering
spent Sunday for 1'1..1'110" County Com (
Hie w n. Harry. Uglow. ".....U.., lilT 1 P II.. I mlHSloner from Dial ret No., a, South Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughters for IS years from stomach troubleNOS For MEN: and BOYS f fI's.
Springs foil t-n\UIIBN Braiirord County: If >re'ect > I
oiHiHe ;
Igh I respect fully announce. that I ama .' ..it 1 will itontlniia tu give the Helen and Dorothy, were the positively relieved by DISMA-ftEXI, $1.69Ladies' 4 ,. f
H. B.-,McLendon Mrs. L. Mace. Miss Betty Mace candidate. for Congress, SecondniMtrtrt district and county the best-'aervlce guests of Mr. and Mrs.. B.,M. Mc. Before he used this product the press J' 11 I.
Dr. and Mrs. and Miss Margaret Cheatham of of Florlcla, subJect to .the ot wows 1 am capable. Your vote Rae Sunday, jre of qas aaointt his heart mode Dresses "
Sat- Demnrratlo .,
to Jacksonville primary In June 1931.Vhat.ver and :
ere visitors DeLand were dinner'guests of Mr. appear to make more .upporMALLORY THOMAS." Mr and'Mrs; Marion Browning it necessary for his! wife to turn him That's New t !.

rday afternoon. and Mrs.' H. L., Brownlee Monday certain struggle the for equality"peace, of prosperity men In their and (Paid Pol. Adv. by Mallory Thomas) were the guests of Mr, and Mrs.II. In bed so he could breathe. Everything ;,, ,

Powell spent 'the evening. : happlneHH' has had and will continue FOR COUNTY COM.....IOMKH .. I* Edwards Sunday. $2.95 to $5.95
Miss Martha to receive my active .support I take thin method of announcing ,\
Miss Debris
ek end In Jacksonville with Miss no matter. by what name or under my candidacy for re-election. for the Hodges is spending EXPLANATIONBiemaRex Men's White SuitsSingle I, ;;\ !
Mrs. W. F. Barefoot 'and daughters what banner It l Is advanced.I /effuse of County Commissioner for some time with her cousins, Annie ,
Irglnla Maeger. Misses Eunice and Marie, of nee In the New Deal an opportunity District No.1. Mae and Leila Harnage.Mr. Is a new antac.d treatment or DouMe Breasted' .' ',If,
to promote my conviction that' I solicit rote 'an*
R. B. Beat and son Sanderson were here Sunday aft-' the American, standard of comfort and promise If elected: to discharge;:\ and Mrs. H. H. Keene and that Is bringing welcome re''. $8.50Sport : i '
Mr. and Mrs. visitors ernoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. M. of llvlnir-CAN ANn MUST; rained the uutlen of this office to the bent children were the guests of Mrs. lief to thou allds everywhere wbt, :'., i t"I ,
Leesburg were to point where the emientlala' of of
Ichard of a my ability. ,
Barefoot life-ood,' shelter' medical treatment J. M ROSIER. Winnie Woods and children of: suffer''the agonies of Indigestloi I Shoes ;: ,
Starke Tuesday. education and time and means (Paid Pol. A dv. 1.11J.. M. Hosier.. ) Lawtey Sunday. and other acid stomach ailments. .N
for recreation alter labor-are avail = .. ,- For the Entire Family f'
S. Fernandez and daugbr Broward Strickland who baa able to 'every citizen under the Frazier Shaw of the State Farm Blsma-Rex acts four ways to glvi( MADE BY PETERS
Mrs.R. Stare and Btrlpen. was visiting relatives here Sunday lasting relief in three minutes. I f
Miss Alice spent Saturday been spending several months at Upon these principles T earnestly.
afternoon reliever Don't Forget the Strawberry f >
neutralizes excess acid;
Jacksonville. Palatka, baa returned to Starke I ask for and Influence.' I RISING : ''
upping in YOn: -A BTimOIS: Sunday afternoon. the stomach of gas; soothes tin val Is Cemlng. You Must Look

W. S. ..Brannen., Jr., ,of Union and .has route.taken over the. Times- Paid Pol Adv.Candidate by Wallace for Congress 8Iur&la.rlR ., Mra. H.M.,.......* c... Mrs. Leroy Norman and Mrs W Irritated membranes; and aldi Your Best.and You Will H You ,
Sheriff C. demons'and, daughter, Melba digestion foods most likely ti( BUY YOUR CLOTHES At'STERNBERG'S''Ii
ke Butler was attending to busl- I'1G'IIIATVnla' were the guests of Mrs. Ike Nor.. ferment. Blsma-Rex Is sold onlJ); ''
I wish hereby to make official announcement -
en In Starke Monday. Mrs. Lila Griffin and son Owen of my entrance Into the J. W. Buddington'and daughter man Sunday afternoon. at Rexall Drug Stores. Get a .1altoday t

w. Griffin, of,81. Augustine were race for State Representative from Ernestine left Monday for their There will be prayer'meting at at Mitchell's Drug Store'.
Mrs. Slna Kite BUtch of Ocala week-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. of Bradford the Democratic County, subject voters to the of will thin home In Bradford R. I., after: I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barnton Starke. Florida.-Adv Starke. Florida

is In Starke Sunday visiting'Mr. E. L. Biggs at their''residence on county. spending the winter months here.r .. III
Mrs. H. I Brownlee. I waa born and rained In Florida Wesley McRae and
d Walnut Street. In Mr. and Mrs. t .
and have spent thirty-eight yearn ;
the state, and! two yara In theWorld little son, Edwin of Dothan, Ala, H ,

Myrtle Miss BeatriceJohns Strickland spent and Miss last Mrs.Edward Robert and'Tanner Bobby and of Bald-'two worked War.In for any I twenty have other never etate.yearn renKlea In I hawworked the or are We visiting are sorry relatives to report here.that Eld.C. GREAT

ursday in Jacksonville. win sons.spent the week-end here with t"nhoOI of needs Florida of, the and school I believe, the I A. Crosby is Ill.' Hope he will O A T 1?

her mother Mrs. Laura Powell, and children and the cltlnenn of Florida soon be well again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson of an well a. any one In the atat.I .. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heresy had as
popka were visiting friends In :other relatives.;' be to am the In cltlienn this race and for future benefit cltlsenn I can dinner guests Sunday Mr. and :Mrs. C3 jTlJL/Jl/ tr i

Starke during the weekend.Mrs. I student of Bradford Cnunlyand the whole Charlie Hersey and children Mr. SEASON
Miss Miriam Jacobs l. State of Florida and I will work and Mrs. J. H: Hammock Mrs.
for Women hard toward that end. Your support
State College .
N. T. Green and chl1crenpent at wilt be appreciated.Renpecf. Wright and Mrs.Btarbuck, all of
Tallahassee, spent the Easter fully,, I:
in Highland with her Jacksonville and'aMr. and Mrs.
mother, Mrs. H, C. Wtmberty. holidays here with hel' parents, Mr. Paid. T>ol.,Adv.LEON by Leon A. ORA A. Gray.Y.. Frank Merritt of'New. River.' AT THE ,, .., d'
B": Jacobs. \ t. TMr
: and Mrs. ? .. Mrs. Anna CampUetl and daughter

Mrs. O. A. Andrea,Ja spending 'and I I. wish FOR to IIKPRKNKIVTATIVIC announce' that I am a Bertha of Plant ;City are
and Mrs.: J. R. Boring candidate for StateReprenentatlve time'here with Mrs.Morris .
Mversl days In Jacksonville withr spending some
son of ,Jacluo vDle were visitingMrs "from Bradford County subject to DIXIE BARGAIN STORE JI
and Mrs. And WainwrighUMrs. B.
the Democratic ''
and :
brother-in-law :'lInBr.rt'r::
Boring's I I wan born and ,, Mrs. E. J. Lewis Is visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown County and I In the Public
sister : at
ui.:1t Moore
Theodore Tlaon. and dangh- School and am Payer of thin daughter, Mrs. Ophelia

ers, MIsses Marie and Julia spent during the.weekend.Col I County.I will If elected nupport your the echooln Reprenentatlve of ,Ft. Myers. .- 228 Ee CALL ST. ,( CLOVER NEXT :DOOR FARM TO STOHIC THE \) QTARKF, FLA.OPPORTUNITY .

Friday shopping In Jacksonville. ,- and Mrs. J. E.' Futch Mra. limit Florida of and my ability Bradford and'ounty endeavor to that to The tides In- the Bay of Fundy

H. L. Brownlee and daughters nee that all, achoola. ara riven a sometimes reach a, height of 100
Mr. and Mrs. J. J.: Canova and and Madge, spent Sat- .nguara deai.I KNOCKS AT YOUR D00R
Misses Mary
wn of Gainesville were guests of am against the no-fence law and .
urday in. ,Jacksonville With Rev. will do my bent. to nee. that thin law I la feet.The tUDneT
Irs.E. E. Canova and family.Sun- not made ntate-wlte. I will also lend new through the Pyrenees
"M. C. Btftb.
y. and Mrs. < my future and the people can rent Mountains"'marks the conquest

of Plant City was facing The future of the of Starke-Ralford Bradford County road.Ism of the last great mountain LOOK; READ AND THINK
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and daugner W. O. Hodges future an, dtbe people can rent,' barrier In western' Europe.Say ; ,
prominent, visitor here the assured that 1 will have. Bradford
Miss Martha and Mr. and Mrs.
oseph E. Wilson, spent Tuesday In of the week. Mr. Hodges is plan- County elected at your heart Representative at all times and I will If I ': '

cksonville. ning to locate here next week I' work, tar better nchools. lower taxen I A FEW KNOCKOUT SPECIALS FOR YOU
where be will buy strawberries.Mrs. and an economical operation of. it.with; '
our State and County Clovernment.I .
Mr. renpectlvely' nollclt the nupport ..
and Mrs. Charles Imbachent E. Oillison of Live Oak and of every ,man, woman and child ofBradford I I '

*Easter with Mr.In Xmbach'n Green father Covering Mrs. W. M.., Fennell of, Walhalla nupport. on County June Cwlil and your highly vote: and aj>- I IIowers.Fiw All 300'Pair.. Women's Shoes I in'' 214 Ladies House and Street ,

X Imbach. Mrs.S. C, have QIDtso been'. recent,stmm4awand: guests of pr.cl.ted! CHARLEY..Charley E.JOHNS.E Jobnn.) Occasions' .' h Oxfords; Pumps and high'tb'p. Dresses, all sizes and colors r
Adv by
Mrs T. F. Sherwood of Meadow-'i! daughter :Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sear- Paid PoU Fold nKPHRSRIVTATIVV- .. UJ >.L" -to close them out $1 values to go in this l )

a re Park. Long Island N. Y.,has Ing. To the Voter of Bradford County: GERTRUDE', GODBEY |''for only pair 2 5 C sale each. SOC'' '
Thin la to advise 1 you that I hall a _,.---- __.u_____ r.One .
>Sen a recent guest of Mr and Mrs. Misses Sara be a jiandtdat to auccee myself an KINLAW, ,
Mrs. O. L. Haynes
of Bradford County
Reprenentatlv .
rga A. Gardiner. Hope aDd Kathryn Haynes Othma subject to the action of the Democratic PHONE: 40 ofoJ/f __, ,_" . "" ,i

Mends of Mlaa Haael :MIddleton, Haynes MIa, Jr.laila, Mrs.Redgravewere A, W..Redgraveand -visitors you to have primary you for heretofore the In ,June.generous accorded I am support grateful me-, 811 Church St., Starke Fla.s I lotof,, Ladies' ,High Grade, 400 pairs Women's full fahion-,

opular seventh grade teacher of a* yourervant Silk latest all colors '
last and trunt that Presses style

to Jacksonville one day inch o. ,
radford ha keen :Inat it will '
High School wno under- week. .- __ ed Hose in all latest hade, sold
rent an appendix operation Sunday and sizes; value ,$5.tof goat

>t Riverside Hospital Jack- 1 everywhere $1 pr. to
:Miss Alice: Fernandez a senior at this Sale forM $2.95
onvllle, ._..,._ 49c
will be Interested to know -:;: ;?
that ahe the Woman's College ;'r'' llioatth..Salo for.
is -
rapidly convalescing 2 Dresses for S.oo
$ ,
spent her Easter vacation here _.___, .
with her mother and sister Mrs., R. ; ,
', ,_
Isabel Fer-
S. Fernandez and Miss .s
CENT A WORD nandez. 250,Ladies'' Spring HaU;,in nil, Girls Dresses and Hats to match' x''

coloft ind'styles-$2.OO'values. style for spring and
COLUMNLOST Mrs. S. R. Johns baa recovered ,

_ sufficiently from.a serious throat .to ai!at' this sale for summer, value $1, in vflf
mute be removed to her borne 49
yellowrntare aliment to "J9' 5 "
with black rings around both here from a Jacksonville hospital only., ...._",.;;..._"". ....__ -_ ; C this sale, each. ....-- 'c. A+I'
"hohlders. If found notify Cad Ty- where she has been a patient for l

tIOII. Starke. Itp the past six weeks. : ,
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS. carbon :Miss Mona Alderman, member of ; ,Men's Dress Shirts; .'Men' All Wool Ores. Men's Summer odd l

Paper the and second sheets, on salet 29. the faculty ,tof the music depart- all sizes and colors; t value $15 Coats Seersucker
office., Phone ment of the State College for ,; some '
ttSALS $1.00 values to Linen Coats val
visiting .
Women Tallahassee, was goat ""***' ; or ,

FoR -Model A touring and her parents Mr. and Mrs., O. W. this saIe&fL: : .69c togo at this sale 4 at this
Model Alderman, during the week-end: 'f M..yiT.1cu Powd. Was not sale or$5
T Ford truck.' a
Bond Trustees, Starke.pick-up: See W. K.: =better talcpuru-.clu.JJz.t..eCci.l'; 2,Shirts, for .. ,$1.25 .for i: ,$5.95. ( ,: h $1.00
Shaw areimnollectng "
Torode. jt Mr and! Mrs. Frazier a

the arrival of a daughter tl. aunt it would not le> a. it u, A.'
F .
uR RENT OR SALE-Five room on Sunday. March 23,'at their to Menus Work Shoes in Boys' Linen; Seersucker

bungalow, electricity water; home at Ralford. Mrs. Shaw wasformerly ].rs".lliftS .anJ moat popular Talcussb .M, en's SHIRTS, or. Suia sizes
lar&'l1 lot; garden aervanra Miss',. Ida Mae Connor [ ,
garage tl L. world. Tan l
in Black or a !
room) ; cheap. Mrs. Annie Lou Cod-' daughter of"Mr. and 'Mrs: : .L. L. [ Shorts,.best make_ t ._" 10 to 17yearsr'val I

rtda.P. O. ',Box- .No. 12.,.,. Lawte7.. Itp Connor,; of Starke. :'Maria: Talcum p/olecw wilAouf fo clogs:nar.6. I :50c;:value-: ;to go'at .$2.50 values, to, go at ues $5'' to goat this;! ,.

EVERY A WOMAN driver should be who,Mrs.has'3..been W. jKlncaid the guest,:.of Tampa of her aaJenn.l;. pore. Ito/ 'ovr i i.J .peDI.ot Juul.Or.ta''. ,J men.i1x.,. this sales each. ,23c this sale"for, pair'$1.50 sale'for suit. > $.|.00. i

member Of alld "
r. .A.A.A., R F. C. brother-in-law and sUter.-'Mr. and women 7 ,
Bradford prol8entaUve" LInKer' Longer Mrs. O.: L. Beastey. left last week Atworl perapirattoll"--deoJoriua. "., .

coo IJI. Griffin!:County Building Eathlblt. Reading 1tiTRAWBERRY' ,: accompanied Cattlcsburg.: Ky.by Mrs where-Beasley they. ,wlll for I ;',_ M..i: PomJtr i. A* ,....I.d,1. earn*'. SEEIJfG; IS BELIEVING I

spend several weeks." ..,.. 1-- w"J .J.o..IJ. '
PLANTS 111; .. ; for _; *
: ..;..,,.: !
0oooo j "; : '
Mlwlonarr and Blake-I a'WW6aO 'A V f A''W sVT' ?
fore at 2-00 peV 1.000' $9.75 per I 'a.!Jir and MrsC. asap-Ehnl. ate announcing + 17 '. BjrVlVAUDOU TAEi1.> + STOREr" ;
Prompt .brplnenifs!: of guar- the arrival of a son Gary ; $100
? teed tnte EnnU!: .Tuesday,,March : 50 : ...- ,
to name' state certified."T Morgan :'Z5f : ..J.. -'* ..; 'J"ft8fE""CALL -if
!a.e free new land plants Place 37. at their horn at Miami Beach. 'vl I V4 CTMH7ATED. NEXT DOOR TOCT AD IT 17 171 A
or* r. With Brownie*Bra .Cotre- Mr. Ennis to a nephew of Mr. and ). 'T A L C'U', I _, 31.' CLOVER ..A R STORE' 31 ArvMC., rL,>,\.

lure', Showell )14. l baa many friends her who wilt bepleased :M.: : ,POWDERMl -

3''J-m 4.6 to offer. congratulations. ;.as. nglrr ; tr lrw

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Jacksonville: were visiting B. E. i More than $000,000 transients enter Rua.Ja' national detelUle
1w;, Rosier and mother Sunday New York City; daily.; 1.1 around a bIWoD dollars "
GRAHAM visitor
Dr. Biggs of Starke waa a The world's first jigsaw puzzle There are 2.300 dally -

RECOVERY I I ...... r. A. Bo l.... C.r.Mrs. to Evergreen Wednesday, was made by a Londoner In 1790.Strawberry. In the United State. aewNp) '
r I. iIflI.PART IN Mra.L C. Smith.! CorrMtpoodeatMra. BUSINESS RECOVERY Mra. Raiford Starling and daughter i

; of day Hill were visiting her rl
Bffl Parka spent
,t Alene Padgett and littto :Mr. and Mra. John Grlffis
Roster. parents.. ;
American Banker Schellle
Head of daughter. AltMateee. Cf) DuFnrat. Official Describe Effort. of morning with :Mrs. .

.f. Association Assures President Ga. were YistUng hr parent. .)Ir. Reserve Banks to Bra* Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan her sister and, Wednesday. .

: t of Confidence and and Mra.. J. H. Surrfswy TW te!, Oat Deeer ins Bos-tow. children Mr*. J. E.were Roaler visiting'Saturday night. A deer changes color with each :i
.:f. k : Desire to Cooperate weekend.Ura ." i esrs-Present SitusApropos :Misses Pauline and Juanlta Ro- change of the season. i
..J. HT'StrickJaAl: at H"Obronn -
their Pickers'TICKETS
t Among Banker YfsfU&g her liar Typical afar spent Friday night with
$' I cousins :Misses 'Jamie and Mildred STOP ATVIOLA'S
mother Mra. Arthur BroujSitan I
.1 iri! .UyA8HINOTON. D. o.-Pre.ldnt Sunday. el the part that aa ipas- Sapp.M.... Scheme Rosier and two
lit J Roosevelt In hi* addreu before Mra.. W. T. WaCaDd son of r sloe ot baalEMe* loan by bank 00- children: and Bernard and J. E. Rosier -

; the NRA conference here on March Gainesville were visiting; la our espies In the early stages. of the bust attended the pound party given -

.1P. I announced tbat he had received section Sunday. I| aes recovery which 1* now gaining at the home of Mr. and Mrs F.
Mrs. C. J. Frailer and scent I headway a Federal Reserve Bank Good Sandwiches
.t t the following telegram from Ftanela ShIpman Sapp Friday night.
.r i Charlie and Bobble. of Chkago: arrived official recently: gave aa Interesting mud
of Starke
!. ,,1 M. Law. President of the American review the Re11.* A. Donnelly
!last Friday for an extended of experiences of his institution
filled his regular appointments ICE COLD BEERAsk
,\ n t .+ Banker Association: viait with her parents Mr. and In this connection In 193S
fitll "On this your first anniversary I Mra. L. C. Smith. the Federal Reserve Bank were here Saturday night and Sunday. For Our Price on Cases
Mr. and Mra. Colvin Morgan are
Mr. and Mr*. J. P. Roberta of empowered by law to make direct Adlelal.gBill's
please allow me in behalf ot tbcountry' .
; announcing ,the) arrival of a little Per Thousand25c
loans Station
Starke were visiting. relatives here to Individual In unusual clrcnmerances Service
bank to our full born March 21.
express daughter,
,i Sunday. when they had' been unable where Yo. O.t Y... CM ...
; confidence and our sincere desire to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosier.. _
: to obtain A.I
loans from
{ Mn. A. E. Ward was visiting her a com- .
Misses Annie and Lizzie Rosier of
Jd to cooperate In your courageous efforts daughter Mra. Florrle McKinney mercial bank be pointed out.
I S ''f. C to bring about recovery.*** The of Sampson City Saturday. From the middle of 1933 to the end Each Additional ChangeAt

,{ banking structure of the country I I. L. C. Smith waa a business vial ot 1933 there were 1,286 applicants
;i;k" 'l: ;iJ sound and liquid and bank heve'I tor to Gainesville Saturday. for loans at the New York Federal Wake Up Your Liver Bile
Reserve Bank
J. H. Surrency was transacting: under this law The
\ 4p never been in stronger position to business In Starke Saturday.Mr. great majority of these applications TheBradford

'> function effectively. Condition hays and Mra. Fred Jobnson were proved on examination to be for

;ft.j', s ; improved to the point where It ii no visiting her father A. A. Young fund for capital purposes,which are ,-Withotii Calomel I

\ Ij'' longer necessary for banks to b. blood of the Waldo section Sun properly supplied as an Investment _
r. *** la the business, or else were mortgage Ii this bee I I. not flowing freely l: :yon j
auper-llquld. There I Ie a definite ,day.Mr. I 'And You'll Jump Out of Bed .
and Mrs. Cauley Dowllng loans or others unclassifiable food 01.....t dlMt. It jut decays In thobowili. County
//1 f,J l F call now for bank, not to extend! and family of Jacksonville were aa commercial. in the Morning Rarin' to Go I CM bloat up :TOUT stomach. You I
loose credit to make haw a thick, bad tut and :four brats
J or Improper
Mr. and :Mrs. N. J. Davis Only Fourteen Quality
visiting If you feel sour and sunk and I. foul kin often break. out la blena-
f + loan, but for a most sympathetic Sunday. Only 250, or lets tban 20 per cent, the world lo) ..ks punk don't swallow I.h... Your brad selus and:you feel! down
1, attitude toward legitimate credit Mr. and Mrs. T. 'A. Moore and were of the type which merited detailed a lot of Baits, mineral water and out. Your whole system 1* poisoned.Tt .

w p need and for a recognition of responsibility family of Hellbronn Springs were Investigation. Th amount In. oil, laxative candy or chewinggum LITTLE takes: LIVER thaw. PILLS rood, old set CARTER'these ewe TelegraphPHONE
for their visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns volved was I9.S25.000. After further and expect them to make you pounds of brae towing freely: and make.
proper and Sunday study of these tbe Federal Reserve suddenly sweet and buoyant and :you feel "n. ud op." They: contain "'0"
vital part in tbe program of recovery. Mra. V. V. Vogbt and children Bank was forced to tura down the full of sunshine.For Jerful. ........_ ...tI. vegetable oxtncta. -
." they can't do it. They only smMis when It oosnes to making.
application of
and Wilson Freeman all of Jacksonville 238. finally offering the bill flow roely.:
Tb Soundness of flunking were visiting their sister credit In the um of $1,417.000 to ment move doesn't the bowels get and at the a mere cause.move-The But don't ask for Over >>ID.. Ask fos 29 STARKE, FLA.
Mrs, J. W. Reynolds Sunday. 14 prospective borrower.. Of this reason for down-and-out Cares'WOe Ll... Pill. Look for tb*
In an address before your
a recent Ezekel Dryden Claud StarlingJohn amount only $806,000 was actually feeling is your liver. It should flame Carter' Uttlo Liver. PUIe
trust conference of the ....oclatloD"Tru.t Ward, Clyde and J. B StrIck- loaned more than one-bait of which pour out two pounds of liquid ubitltnto.on the red SS4 UbeL nt drug Kent; itore.

4 Division In New York. Mr. and were business visitors to was still outstanding many months bile into ycnr bowels daily. OIB21 C. Ii. Co. ..
%4 1st Law said: Gainesville Saturday. later. Two of the borrower went

a" "A depression cannot long survivea MIss Mildred Broughton was vis- Into receivership -
sound banking structure If the ting her sister, Mra. J. H. Strick- "Since It was the special endeavor
banking structure Is responsive to land of Hellbronn Springs Satur .f the Federal Reserve Bank to

; legitimate needs and functions In away day. make every possible loan under the r
that I t. virile and alive. The emergency provisions of the amendment .
most cheering fact of the present and ilnce their best efforts resulted The only low-priced carand
1 f, situation Is the knowledge that our In the extension of so small a

bspks. are In strong position.r HAMPTON sum aa to have no effect on the total
-fi "Recovery even to the most pessimistic volume" ot commercial loans. It Is a

is no longer a myth or a I I. Mlmm A.. Ifl__.. Cur reasonable assumption that eligible
a rumor nor Is It merely psycholog borrowers entitled to bank credit
ical. Abundant evldmce and proof are being provided for by the commercial .
C He on every hand-tangible proof. Graduation Exercise' bin/* says the American
With a return of confidence the Graduation exercises and award. Banker Association Journal.It .
wheel have begun to go round and a Ing; of diplomas took place In the I I. characteristic ai shovn> by
great many well managed buslnesse school auditorium last Friday eve- studies of past business cycles, for 1 1I
may look for a profit during ning, March 30 at 8.00: o'clock. changes In the volume of commercial .- what difference that makes
this calendar year with fair assurance The claaa motto was "Grind and bank credit to follow behind a
p" at leant For what bas been i Grind. It was beautifully dis either contraction or expansion of 1
I achieved let us thank the President played above the rostrum. business activity says a financial
who bas labored with courage and The class colors selected were writer In the New York Times. This in performance and dependability i

patience and vision Let u* thank blue and yellow The stage was was manifest recently In England'
the Congress, whose members during elaborately draped in yellow and recent recovery where there was a
the emergency have put tbe pub- blue Floor baskets and pedestals lag between Increased business and
>i ]lo welfare above partisanship. Let were arranged with many beautiful Increased commercial loans. < %': e
n* thank one hundred twenty-five towers and sprays entwined with .
4) million of our own cltlien who garlands of green fern carried out Thirty-four per cent of, theworld' .

1 nave refused to be stampeded but the color scheme Chairs were arranged copper resources are in
} rather who have kept alive\ the on the stage for those on Chile; the United States baa About

.divine spark of faith and Nope. the program. While a march was twenty per cent.

Csus 'for Confidence plnyed softly L. A. John., chairman

i 1i'' "We may reasonably expect; tbat of schol trustees, entered the stage far I,
the recent action ot the government from the left followed by Prof. L.

la stabilising the dollar will have 4s" H. Futch,principal Of the school; BS.iousaiessSour
d marked tendency to encourage In. the graduating class and Prof. C. f
dustrial .. Hodges of Waldo Stomach Simple as a Shock AbsorberlChevrolet' !
and otb8r ". -!::. .- '-""'"''tt < who delivered
t ".$)!,, t..' uu.Jo.oi. _.eu.. .'.".: --4.. a. ,. 1 Ute address! la honor of the class, Gas and Headache

"', _." &lII.U not IM *u Superlnk'II'DQrWs\ d..e.o _' "fully-enclosed" Knee-Action is,
,- exclusively engngryl In taking counsel and address Constipation : in reality, a gigantic shock absorber, built
At the close of the prizesfor |r rJ
t of their fears now that under'alnty the best poster on sanitation I I, solidly on to Chevrolet's big, heavy frame,

doe. not haunt them. wore presented by the brUdford:: with the front wheel solidly anchored to the
r Much has been said about the
"shock The result When the
County nurse, Miss Mary Lee ,
loosing bank During
L ot credit by
Wynn and her assistant Mrs. Lucia front wheel comet in contact with a bump
the acute period of the depressiontanks
Alvares: to Leslie Pringle and "' falls absorb the
: for the most part have not or hole it rises or to shock.
teen lending normally nor should Cl one Edmondson l
Prof. Futch made the statementthat
confidence 'I
they be blamed. With publla
three of the pupils In the
battered the banker was property ,
R school had been in '
Hampton perfect ,
concerned in liquidity, having ape'"yam r;
attendance and
la mind his primary obligation to punctuality namely
;; jay off deposits. The situation bas Shirley Colley L. G. Johns Jr., att.
and Doris Hinson for which, 1 -
l improved to the point where super
were applauded by the audience.
la ,
liquidity no longer seems necessary.
Condition have materially changed. Miss Cleone Saxon third assistant xa M ,

Sank) will desire l for every reason teacher, received a beautiful
v ta return to a more normal lending picture for a prize for securing the
al jjollcy. This means a sympathetic attitude best co-operation with the parents
ot of the children In her departmentin
and a recognition responsibility
for his proper' part In the regard to sanitation I
program of recovery by the banker President Roosevelt triado the r.
as he passe upon and meets sounde school a present of a beautiful photo -
e credit requirement of business a* of himself of which both the
r U swings Into and continues on tbe pupils, teachers and parents of the
upward turn." school are very grateful. It was
.t presented by Mrs. Lucia Alvarez of

Public Confidence Returns Starke. > A smooth. restful, gfid' shock-proof.teering., And the other
Diplomas were delivered to.the -"CHEVROLET

n Direct Information tbat the banking Indicate situation conclusively class by Supt. A: J. Grlffls, who ix.pressed e4M.OaI1'clbe Ing ride. .,a bounceless is dependable operation, thoroughly
his appreciation on the '
k.., 1* showing dednlto and steady Improvement part of both the teacher and the back seat. .>a new feeling of ..arei"y'protected against wear and tear. The
+' J. r. T. Connor.. Comptroller
r of the Currency of the United pupil they have for put the forth.faithful efforts that and relaxation in high-speed or roughpatent rights on this special kind.of

State. said In a recent addrea He This .la the close of Prof. Futch' I road travel. All these pleasures areyours Knee-Action are held exclusively by
pointed out tbat the decided drop Selectos site

which has occurred In money In circulation sixth been faithful term of and school attentive here. He to baa his never sold/ oe leit than with Knee-Action wheel. ,And General Motors. That's why no other
show that the bas
"tF public duties, and has given better satisfaction b has enclosed has it. Also
e largely ceased hoarding. lOc. Yap now can buy if your car Knee-Action low-priced car no other
than principal who has
Reserve On March Board 1. reported im. the that Federal the taught here. any The trustees and parents the um size and quality like Cherrplet's l you not only get this has a Usher body, cable-controlled

j; volume of money In circulation principal would of be the glad school to have another him for 5c _Jmfthink, lone gliding ride at its beat, you also get two. brakes, a Y-K. frame, or a Blue-

V44 amounted to IS.SCB.000.000. which term. Havana and tobacco One of these is Flame of
was a decline of $1.077,000.000 since ) imported otherrtraadvantages., engine unsurpassed economy.CBEVROLEl' .
rI March 1. 193S. It was a drop oft Those who graduated ,were: for only 5c\ Huut
Ethel Vivian Packham. Eva' Marie MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT, MICHIGAN
Il.t28.000.000, 2D
or over per cent
from the all-time peak of 17.581,000 Hinson Martha Alberta Hinson, onaFLOR de KfEL&A Csssyare. a-.w.n- .W easy G.M.,1.C. term*. A CenerW Motor. VetoCHEVROLET
Ireta Saxon, and
k .00 reached on March U. U33. AboutoiehBlf Randolph GeorgeMorgan. t -*get the now your ..asses asvwn.wmn
t the decrease It was pointed
P ,.111 t. reflected the return of currency r jght.I.LewiCler .
'! the L. A. Pringle and family re
rpm public.Money
In moved to Starke this week. Mr. Mf*.Ca,MakersNnrfc.N.J. ;
declined rapIdly .
k' after the reopening of the banks Pringle has been operating a bar 1934if
'' In March. 1933 and has continued ber shop here for several years.The I

since to decline from week to week, family will be greatly missed.
"notwithstanding demand for currency the Increase arising In from the The leading state In the number -nil5 m/A and you 11 never be satisfied with any other low priced car

- c1? enlargement of pay roll and Increase of aircraft licensed and unlicensed
is California, with 1,030. -MELBAOADTBSVXUJB
In the volume "
of retail trade, ... e
the Comptroller said which beat :is
Scientists aay that midget gen.
,added. "Indicate a continued return
fI 1 money from hoard a* banking. erally weigh one pound' for each ;ale Chevrolet
inch talU + Torode
x" facilities were reestablished.. they are : Company

: The United States has fifty-six I
It 1s said that red-haired persona OADTBSVXUJB CANDY OCX .' $
1 are seldom found In Insane asylums. per cent of all the telephones In the STARKE. FLORIDA
? c world. o1vm. ilia, psalthsse) .

Mi' ->,/w..tA hvVt'd ..- ,

Wrr '''''\\'Irill l'' .. 4Im.I .P "' t ">7*<"TT VrAY. ;
Sp? : ""'iW A7lhjwrrrgftr'fBVTrAJM'0A'MVk'h; '''';'w' '.r_,, e. .,. ,Iu r .,

.-4 pi ft

; w I iEH
and there will be no strife. "That O..llOtI. See. T R A: flw-er A:..:t j ,

which ia seen I 1s temporal. That w" "

which la unseen is eternal. Pure ZIFF I F DOUBLE RUN Lot InirHton.a, 7,; of Truby Blk 19.* Low Co':* i':'. I'

love and friendship:>> anti all things Addition to Stark" In L '
Ml. L.la Ma. Lrnl. C.r. Mia. B4. Brawn, Cor. WVi of NEVi____________,18 8 S3 Mabl Helen M.r.rau. 1S.4S i
that make for nobility of the soulwe I r
1.0 6 6. 7. 8. 9 10.! of Bite 6Ill
win have In the world to come.I Livingston l ruby ACo .

nr'"fin limy mteay fed. iiJ 1 BtMnt ny mk-Psal* 1wios.arb .- joy am to looking visiting forward with with great Services were held at Dedan Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cnann of In *WVi. Addition" of NJ>:4 to.__titark___.___18 8 IS Frank Morgan----. _.___ 13.." "\ 3 '

some of my Church Saturday and Sunday. at the home 1. LlvIng.ton t
Highland were visiting Lot 1. 2. S of nik #' '"

m Af a1f'1 t"d. All wjtoouB teaching doctrine or friends who have gone on before L. R. Lewis of Waldo wAIl visit. of Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Morgan Sub-dlvUlon. Truby of NEVi ft" Co'of ( 1 ; j

4 tpl; oM.P. creed 11 they are to have any clahnStchin8e me.Use ing here Sunday.Mr. Sunday NBVi __________________18 8 II Annie William.......--- I1.4S tdt' '
lOYalty and of the people be in Clyde and Herman Morgan of All Blk I, Livingston Tru t) T, s's'of ,,
Chrvri.twho ditto crevies 0. and
and Mrs. W.
IJICII I Jaw" the se words;fit fold and : Of Wheat' FeedExplained ,. Dyal by *" Co'. Stib-dlvUlon "
jffiumin i heart, and of whom>> It.....said la John 7:46.NEVER!: MAN daughter-in-law. Mrs. L W. Dyal Plant City were visiting their uncle NEVI! \ of NSH*______IS 8 St Annie Wllllam.---.. B.18 ,- ', lI.

THIS MAN." By Agent of Graham were visiting Mr. and Leaton Morgan, this week-end. 81,(4 of Blk 6, Llvlnsr.ton, "; ;
S.AKE LIKE Miss Lola Moore of Hetlbronn Truby A" Co' Mub-dlvl- .
Mrs. T. D. Dayal last Sunday. tt __ ,....._.. t.lft
lon of NKVi: of NICK! ___-18 I Unknown -
and Union nonntle Invited
to this deMI -
of Bradford are ue> was In this section Saturday afternoon
..ten for new* of ehnreh activities, organlcatlona and annouaeo In view of the fact that several Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomaa and Lot Llvlnc.ton S, S or NVi Truby of A Blk" Co'II, ? to s .,

freely given and na charge made-the only requirement carloads of government wheat have daughter. Miss Hazel and Miss Coleman Williams of Ft. Meade Hub-dlvI*ion of NKVi\ of rl,' ;

a. Specs such Item roach the oOloe before Wednesday morning recently been distributed to needy Elvie Mann were In Starke Satur- NBV4 __.___..__-88 8 IS LouvenlaRober.on.---. 11 I.
test was the dinner guest of Mr. and y' ; ; i
they cannot be handled for current issue_ Bradford County farmers for livestock Mrs L. U. of Blk 8 and Lot. 1, S ., .,' j { %
rij* day.Mabry Morgan Sunday. of Blk 7 and Lot 1, a of < ,'
feeding and that the farmers Mann and little daughter Miss Emmaline Morgan was the I Blk S and all Blk A 9 Co'. 10.Living.ton .. ,, ,, t i'

CHURCH DIBECTOBY child unto Him. and eet him in the ot this section are generally not familiar Rebecca and Mrs. K. Howard of Saturday night guest of Miss Bur. "Huh-dlvl.lon' Truby of NEVi of ?'. '( Y '

WKB midst of them and said Verily I with the methods of using it Fairbanks spent Sunday here. nice Stanley. NBVi .___.._....__nut_IS 8 tt Livingston Truby A Co... '.IIQ .' I 1 ,
W 81 Ft of Lot 1. 4. of }
First Baptist Church say unto you, except ye be converted for that purpooe County Agent L. IA O. and Johnnie Lewis Miss Shirley Morgan: has been on the 1ft, and W 61 ft of Lot 1

C. B. Price. Pastor., and become as little children T. Dyer has Issued the following Elvle Mann and Miss Lula Mae sick list but isi able to return to a, 4.Lots of Blk I* and, MM v I '
Rev. of 1. 1 of Blk: 17,
I School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J.Lmafl ye shall not enter into the statement regarding Its use: Lewis attended the all day services school: and Ely of Lot 1, S ofHlk ;

Sunday Superintendent. kingdom of heaven. Whosoever' "Since the kernels are small and and an Easter egg hunt at Bethel ID, Llvlng.ton, Tru ,
by A Coy HubdlvlKlonto ,
I Worship. 11:00: a.m. therefore shall humble himself as hard, wheat should be ground or Church near Starke Sunday.Mr and children of Amentia and Mr. I Htark of NBVi of
Hominy little the I ia crushed for all NII\4:\ .. ,,18 8 11 Dora' Ald.rm.n......... S."S
P. U.. 6:49: p.m. this child same greatest classes of livestock and Mrs. Elmer Stokes of and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter BTk"17."Llvr
j B. Worship. 8:00: o'clock. i in the kingdom of heaven. 'And except sheep and poultry. Coarsely .Tung OU Farm were vlaltlng here Miss Hazel and Mrs. E. How. Lot Inn.ton' S, 4 of Truliy '. t fat

I Evening service Wednes- I whosoever shall receive one such ground wheat gives better results : Sunday.Mr. ard all were dinner guests of Mr. :Snb.dlvl.lon:, of N.IQu of S t' l
ifldweek prayer ___ .18 8 II A. O. Jenkins---_.._. 8.4S '
1 8:00: p.m. little, child In my name recelvethme. than fine grinding. and Mrs. Howard Mott of and Mrs. J. B. Thomas Sunday. Lot NJl:1i 1. 11 or--MS--,-of LUk 26. 1 ;l

y, But whosoever shall offend "If wheat Is ground or crushedIt Brooker were visiting here Sun- Earnest Fowler and Miss Foy Living.ton; ,Truby A Co'* '. ,' ,

Church Of Christ one of these little ones which believe has a feeding value equal to corn day.Mr. Stokes were attending church at of Mub-dlvlalon: NEVi of NBVi tn__Stark__.___...18 8 IS Maml Dell..-._._... 10.4S

(First Christian) In me, it were better for him pound for pound when fed to dairy and Mrs. H. E. Thomas Miss Lake Butler Sunday night. Blk 19. Llvlng.ton. Truby \ ( R

that: a millstone were hanged about beef Rhoda Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Con- Services were held at Rock A Co' Sub-dlvl.lon to ':
Pastor. cows: cattle and For
Voiles hogs.
__ 10.1ft
Earl _.
K. Htark of NEVi\ of NKVi-..18 8 II Joe Hocan ..-.._. a
Services for Sunday. April 8: his neck and that he were drownedIn best results mix ground wheat with way all of Jacksonville; Mr. and Church Saturday and Sunday by Blk au .( I.ot. 3, 4, Liv- S "

Bible School, 10:00: a.m. the depth of the sea.-How some other feed such as bran. Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and childrenof the pastor Rev. Loyd Johns of InK.ton:' .Truby A Co'* .. ." ;-3U I

Worship and Communion 11:00: think yet If a man have an hundred chopped corn or velvet bean meal I Graham; Mrs.. Deotha Starling Graham.NOTICE. of Hub-dlrl.lon NBtt! of NBVi to__Stark-____..18 8 St Livingston, Truby Co.. S.4S 1 < L

sheep and one of them be Ground wheat or wheat flour when Lot S of Blk 81. Llvlnp.ton :. -

km. Worship 7:30.: gone astray does he not leave the fed alone as the sole grain ration division. Truby to A Stark Co' Sub-of 'l' I

Evening Welcome. ninety and nine and go up Into the often forms a pasty mass In the NBVi:\ of NBVi__?____....18 e II-D. L. Lloyd...__.....r11.16. '

mountains, and seeketh that whichIs animals. mouth. To avoid this, Nonce I I. hereby given that the following, land will b* sold at public LoU Llving.tonTrubySCo'I, 4 or SI(, of Blk St.. ''i .' ,

Methodist Church I gone astray? and if so be that ground wheat must be mixed with auction on the Flr.t Monday In May 19S4, It being the 7th day of said Bub-dlvlBlon to Stark .! t

Rev. B. M. Montgomery Pastor, he find it, verily I say unto you other feeds month, before the court houco door at Starke, In Bradford County. State of of NBVi\ of NBVi.! \ .__.....18Blk 6 II Oscar Dell......______ '...5ubaJ' fg. i 'y't'' f h ik

he rejolceth more of that sheep Florida, or 80 much thereof a. will be necessary to pay the amount du. for I IS Ltvlng.ton I "f
10 .lvl i.
Sunday School, a.m.Morning' "Feed wheat sparingly In the beginning '' A V* Bub-dlvl. :
than of the ninety and nine which taxes, set opposite the came, together with the co.t of such sale and ad. NEt4'

worship at 11:00: a.m. went not astray. Even so It Is until the animals become vertlslnu. of alon NBVi to _Stark.....-._..of.'_.*-.-_'..18Blk 8 tt A. O. Jenkln....__.._.__ t
Meeting 6:30.M. '
Young People's accustomed to the wheat ration.
not the will of your father which Kr.rrl.tlo. A... T R A Owner Areas. 44. Llvlng.ton, Truby .
be obtained auu-dlvl.lon toStark. '
Good results by Cu'
can A"
is in heaven, that one of these little of NBVi\ of NE44..1I 8 12 A. O. Jenkln..__..._._. 9,11 1
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. feeding wheat to all classes of farm Beg" 8IO f ft TV of NR roe : '
ones should perish.-Then were of SRCi of NEV4 and run Fracl Ink 5. Tempi. Ad. f
animals. W ft, B 35Vi dltlon to Btark In NIC\VI P '' 14
Presbyterian ChurchRev. there brought unto Him little children "Mules and horses: Wheat should ft J lMtitBt; .---_,_as 8 81 Starling Mo Coy.......I 11.45 of NWVi\ and Way" of<< 11..5 .+ :
Minister. that He should put Ills bands Com 10B ft a of NF1 cor of NEw: W of Uy___._::.is e it L. O. Puwd4-----------
George H. Lowry and the disciples compose not more than half the FlE% of NKVi and run W Lot. IS, 14 of Blk IS. T.", '
Servlce3 next Sunday as follows! I and them pray: ,grain ration. Wheat for work stock li 420 rt, a 105 ft, a 420 ft, plum Addition to Stark
School' T. rebuked them. But Jesus N 105 ft to beic" .______ ._.III 8 It J. J. Keller._,....._.... ..45 In NBVi of NWVi and ..
10:00: A. H.-Sunday little children and for should be coarsely ground or E 100 rt of N 145 ft of W<4 WVa of NEVi:' W Hy18 lU- 8. n. O.born..._.__... at..' 6
;. Williams, acting superintendent said, Suffer crushed and must be mixed with of NWV of 8BV4: of NEVi-IS\ 8 II Josephln Clover ..._..... .... Wq 1'14'
Lot 4, S of Blk 14. T.mp. '
bid them not to come unto me: for best results. Lot B and fracl pi. Mbf! lot '- i
11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; other feeds for Mixing pi*. Addition to Stark
of such is the kingdom of heaven. C But 1 being salt ft N ,I., In NBVi\ of NWV. and y I ,
wrmon by the pastor. hands them ground wheat with other feeds pre. and S by SIO ft F] and W Wty of NIIJ'4 W of lly__..ISSV4 8 aaII C. A.'Futch.-_._.._ T,41S
6:30: P. M.-Christian Endeavor And 'He laid His on vents a sticky mass forming when also com at NW'' cor of \ of Blk ID Temple' Addition .

7:30: P. M.-Evening Worship; and departed thence." the animal chews and prevents digestive Turner land owned on Cherry by Rt'J.and O. to Stark' and. In NWVi of dNEV. .,

lOng and sermon.A Children should not be neglected' troubles. Mix ground wheat run N on Bald Bt 52<4 ft. of' NWW. W'of Hy._-WV,_-.?__18 Fred A. 8aoH.._.._.-.__ 11I.4'i w
E 210 ft to Church Nt. Hon '
cordial Invitation to aU ourervlcea physically nor mentally.. Parents with coarsely ground corn or bran Church Ht 6SV ft. W i Lot 7 of Elk 13. Tenipl.'s '
should strive to give them a good 210 be Original Addition to Stark: In '
extended to all' making the ration one-half ground ft to *, Nfaiti \ and WV ,
V : of NWVi
mental equipment always bearing one-half ground wheat and Town of Stark In NK'4' W oflly ..IS I 11 C. A. Futch..__._..__. 1.41
corn of NBVi
of SWVi ---------------U S aa .1. O. Turner ...____... ".II Tempi1 t
SUNDAY SCHOOL In mind that the knowledge of God feed legume hay or mix a little cotton Lot P. 4, 8 of blk 8 a. ex. Lot Addition I of Blk to 87.Stark In*

should be a part of every education seed meal with the ration. tended on Rn.ey Map. NKV of NWVi and Way
Original Town of Stark, W ot Hy___.....IS I It C. A. Futch......_..__ 1.0iS
LESSONFOR They should early be taught rellg "Dairy cows: Ground wheat may in NEW of swvi________._as 6 88 Cha Crutchfield _...._. ".to of NBVi ,
lous truths and led into a personal take the place of corn in the ration Lot 1 of Blk 4 a* extendedon Lot. II, 14 of Dlk Stark 88. Peek'sAddltlon In
Christian experience.- The parent for dairy cows. In properly bal 15ney Map. Original, I NW\& of NWVi' N of Dth .isLot. { ,lit, %!yet
Town of Stark In a
APRIL 8, 1934 I who neglects his children la sinning anced rations wheat Is about equal of SW% ------.._.-NKVi_-...18 8 IIWe B. Park.____.___..... .1.411 I __ _._..__...__..___11 8 It Fut"h" Klcklltor-... ..4f ;
< ',11, I_l and \\4.f! A
CodBOB milk Ground N 4 of Blk B V4 Orllrln..11'own Ill .r, r
Subject: The Child and the against to corn in production. of St.rkIn NE'4fBil Lot 10 of I'. Pesk. "'!I''

Kingdom. J wheat should not compose the sole of 8WV -.18 8 '11 H. A. Bl.hop.-._.... 19.11 Addition to Stark In pSt 7 J;'

Golden Text: "Suffer the little grain ration nor be fed alone to Lot 8. 8 i' Original; NWIiofNWl4Nof9th_ I UI Fred A. Scott----.....__ ..1\1\ p f' '' ?
Town of Stark. In NBVi\ 1--------------.1
children, and forbid them not to dairy cows. Ground wheat mustbe of SWVi ______________.18 8 H Florenc. C, Flynn..... It.11 Lot. trirl!
come unto me: for of such Is the JONES mixed with other feeds. Lot 1. I of Blk Original J. U. Alvar. Addition I to l 14 '
kingdom of heaven'" aMtt: 19:1: "Beef cattle: A ration of one Town of BWVi of.Stark_ .__-.,-In*-_NEVi_--_.18 8 II W. B, Parks.-------- 41.11 Stark W oC Walnut H. of Madlon Ht.--__..i U ItI Louv.nla V, Duwllnt.-_. ....1 Ui.\\\j.\ 'y

kingdom of heaven. Matt-.19:14. half shelled corn and one-half: Lots' a, 4 of Blk S.:Original Lot* 1. f. t, e, 7 of Blk 1. -{
Town of Stark, In NBVi Wynn'. Addition to iii'
191315.: ground wheat balanced with cotton of SWVi __________..-_18 8 11 Jame. Kit. .............. 11.11 Stark In NWVi II R F. Demorest 11.11 ''S: it; I r
feeding 1.: ,
for Lot 4 of Silk .
seed meal is satisfactory
Time and of lesson: Autumn Lot. I, S of Blk S. Original In
place Ground wheat mixed Town of Stark, In NBVi:' Addition to stark Demorust-....._ 1.1' 141 ,.
8 It V.rna ;
steers. 11
of A. D. 29; Capernaum. of SWVi _______________.IS 8 II Mr." Emma Murrhe..... 11.11 NWVi\ of BWViLot. -..... .- !", ,
ANeHEREAFTER. with ground snapped corn along E U ft It In of Lot I 8, a of B, 0. 10 of Blk t. I '
Survey of Lesson from the with cotton seed meal or velvet Blk IS. Original Town Wynn' Addition to D.ror.rt.----- T.II t .
of HWVi- 8 ItI R. F. '::5'
of Stark. in NEVi of Stark In NWV.
books: bean meal is a satisfactory ration. 8WV4 ______________*._18 I 12 A. H. John....___._._ 17.48 Lot A. B. O of Bile t. "
the sole RO ft E and W by Wynn': Addition to '#.iI
Wheat should not compose One lot n. W. Holloway---- 11.15 lt'r
In answer to the question of.the found happiness 70 ft N and S In SW' nor Stark In NWVi of HWI4r..U II '
No man ever grain ration for beef cattle. Fracl Lot K and '" I
of C. J.,. P..k re. Blk Sof 1//.
disciples as to who Is greatest in looking for it. The man who de. "Hogs: Wheat for hogs shouldbe bounded S by Madl.on fracl Lot F of Ulk .. ;

the kingdom of heaven Jeers set a Uberately chooses to travel the coarsely ground and fed with St, W of Court St. Orlgl- .. Wynn'.In NWVi Addition of 8WI4-to $ 8 13as n. F. D.murest------- I..' t" }' '

child In their midst as an exampleto road of duty will sometimes on that protein feeds such as tankage or nal NEVi Town of SWVi of Stark__...__In_,18 6 11 Clara L Peek._...__.... 10.18 One Stark lot bounded N by Davl -.:, ,,,2 t li ,

them.No road stumble over happiness.: He fish meal or velvet beans. A radon One lot com 18\V4 tt' ti of and Truby'. Add Sirs E %i ? i

doubt Christ had In mind a will not be looking for It. He will of wheat and tankage has SB oor of Call and Court by Ity, B and by hind W by of Wai- "i!)i
E! Call Bt ,
81 and run on 11.1'
condition of humility for In verse not even be thinking about It. but given as good results as corn and 41 1-8 ft, S51tyft, W Oil nut 1.8t ___ 8 SJ Mr. 0, J. Orl/fin.- l w i
fT !
fio and""jr "
I Jesus had said. "Whosoever will suddenly discover that he Records 4114 ft. Nb344nto lot N ,:
he feeding.
tankage In hog bar Orl..lnlll l Town of by 80S ft Jil and W i .
therefore shall humble himself aa has found happiness on the road of show it takes five per cent less Stark In NEVi: of 8WVU.1S t II Mr. J. L. Fraie......... II." Imundud E by WalnutNt tri
thin little child the same is great. life's ground wheat Lute 7. 8 of Blk 18. Original N by J. R. Uavl and
grain In the coarse Town of Stark In J. W. Alvar. W hy. ,If! d

est In the kingdom >of heaven." and tankage than when corn and .. NEVi of BWVi__.......28 S II Mr. Laura Hemingway11.11 T.niplo; Ars .and Add.-l H byLllt $ 8 II-a. W Aldorman......... ".liS i :.

Small children naturally feel their The Bible speaks of the second tankage were used for hogs." 8 100 ft of Blk Ie a* extended C uf Jon Cur of Madl-I 'I.;
on En***"Map. Com at BW '
dependence and look to others for coming of Christ aa the blessed ---S Original Town of Stark son and Bay its and run ;

direction and sustenance and as- It Is I the JAMES A. COLEMAN In NBVi of 8W\4\ -_- 'l5' S II 'F. B. John,...._.__. 41.48 H Uil ft, W SOS ft, N .?
of the Christian. of Madison Si. ,
ilstance. They are teachable and hope SO ft *qnar* In NB US ft to '
democratic blessed hope. There Is something A. Blk II a* *xtnd.d on thence E on said at loa. IS I .1 Ruby A. 5 Hay...._...__ .T.05 ,
In spirit. Likewise we Funeral services for James Knney Map Original I Tt tO bag------*------ .'
should I heart that rebels at of Gainesville Town of Stark, l. NBViot Lot. 9. 101 of Blk S. City I'
be humble and teachable in the human resident ,
in Coleman. 61. SWVi 1> tt L. A. DaTl,..-........._ Si.?' Park Sub Ulv W.ath- l

Pint, reall1ne.our: dependenceupon I' the thought of death. The normal was held at Kingsley Lake Lot t. 4. 8, -S-, of---Blk---11-. :r..n1ncWnit: : ":to.?U I II Unknown -.__._......_. 1.01
God, and trusting Him as a' last Thursday afternoon J. M. John Addition to a
child trusts man doesn't wish to die. God put cemetery of stark In SE'4 of SWVi..a* 6 II-A. H. John._......_.... 11.11 Lot 11. 11 of Blk S., City
a parent. in the human heart a love of life with Rev. W. O. Orara pastor Lot 8 of Blk SB. J. M. Park Bub Dlv S.ath- .

The worth attachedto life Gainesville Christian Church John.. Addition to Btark .rly A Canner Add to ......__ G.." r 7
which Christ In the W John.on.
I Jesus will come my .... ..11 of "\4.U\ a II -
hope Inter. in SEt of swvi_________asFracl ,,8 ItBU A. H. John..?_._ Stark In SWVi\
a child is further seen in the aw- time. I do not want to wear a conducting the services. lot. A. B of Blk 88. Lot S of Blk 4, City Park
fuI which He utters die. I ment followed In the family plot John. Addition to Sub Dlv, Wathrly A
warning to J. M.
shroud and I don't care Stark In SB:14 of $WK\ ..18 A. H. John.__..._._-..._ 1.11 Carmen Add to Stark S" ....,._._.. ...5 i
KilMt the leading of them astray.That am sure however if Jesus tarries with the DeWitt C. Jones Companyin In SWVi of BEVi-' ..__-_11 I II Frank A. '
and fraol tote
Lot 1, 1. 8
eon is so great that it would and I have to die that I will have charge.Mr. C. D of Blk 1J.. M. Lot I of Blk 4. City Park

be better to die a fearful death : There is no sting In Coleman was born in Baker John Addition to Stark .._......... II." Sub Dlv. Weath.rly Stark A '
dying John to
grace. H. Add
II-A. Carmen
of 8WH _,_ ..18 a ._.. I.'IS
than to Gainesvillefive In SB 4 i II n. D. nawl.y--- M
to $ 1
and __---5
lead a child Into evil, for death for a Christian. If I die County Lot B ex N 10 ft and all In HWVi of BBVi. Dlv.W.atherly

the suffering connected with a violent then when Jesus comes, my body years ago from Starke wherehe I-ot .. 1, S of Bile 17.. Blk I. Clly Park A Sub Carmen t++ 55

death Is trivial In comparison the dead. AU had resided for fifteen year J. M. John. Addition to John._. ..___ T." In SWVi' p
will be raised from I Stark In BRtt SWV4-.1S 8 II A. H. Add to Stark Frank A. 8w..r.___ 11..'
Mrs.l ._._.11II -
with the his wile of HBVi.-:\ ..__...._
future punishment that Christians who are alive at the Surviving are Bike 40. 41 44. 4S, 4 00 t1
awalta Coleman three 11, and all other land !9 Lot IS, 14. It. 10 of Dlk
such entice translated Benton I
To' ;
a person. of Jesus will I Ruby : I Add
coming Htlliard of John. Add In 8KV. of ash. .' S, K N.
children to drink smoke gamble to meet the Lord In the air. We.' daughters Mrs. B. F. HW%. J. M. Johna Andltlonto : r ..I.. r Jr.r; i_ ,' to dtarke '. ofLo31s.iirY7""i8T .11 1 .1 n. r. D.mor..t...___ ".41

to> see evil pictures or to commit will be changed In a moment. We Waldo. Mr. L. C. Crawford and. I of 8WV& Burke. ,-..__In_ ,_aE__%._IS 5 II A.' H. John.'._...:;;_._ ,.,... *-7"y"

unclean acts, for the sake of making will not have to die. "The dead In Mrs. W. H. Shillings of GalnesvUle 1t 4 A E of Ry In 8W,.orofBB ..r1't ,. It .; ''<."'' :: 40 ot Silk i. K. i +

Ia money or for anyother reason Christ shall rise first. Then we ; five sons J. E. Coleman of 'i of HWVi Add.bounded W by .','r'a', ;,, "K'r,"i'-'iW"-:i.." '" In Dowllng'NEVi, \ T'*of Add BBVi.to._Btark._-_ 1 .1 It..A. Thom....__...._ 6.11
" E. James N by John. :
Earl ,
ic. H. A.
which are alive and remain shall Lake Butler ,. N by Bctlo lln* Lou It. 10 II, 81 II. 84. %
W..Ille talking about children Jesus be caught: up together with them In and Billy Coleman of Gainesville; :.. lots t and -I* aInk .,: 25. li of Blk i. M N.Liowllng' Ifi;

uttered a great parable. Aa the clouds 1 When Jesus comes you< three brothers W. W. Coleman of 47.to J.Stark M. Joha In 8K4 Addition /In Nicy of* Add HUVi'to_Btark._----. 1 II R. r. D.morst...__M 11.4. s slat.

isle shepherd goer out over the will note that, the righteous dead Stark, L C. Coleman of Plant City bf SW\4\ .____ _""' ___._.11 1 IS J. O. Boyd-.:..._._... IT." I. I I. /. 8. of BlkII 1 ti Mr. Onl Vr..m n...._ 11.81
' of. Mayport; Lo' 1 I. I and Soy et Lot (Oa.kln. Add---... ..._.. I8.'. ,U
mountains Christiana and R. .It ,Coleman. L. A. Davl Jr.
to find one loet sheep, will get up before living : of 4 Blk 4 Llr ng.ton. .. Bill 14 In 11..kin. Add...._ I II -

led when it la found returns withtreat are translated. It seems to be thLord's two sisters Mrs. Tom Hagaa rUtark: Goo'* Addition SWVi of<< BKVi of NBVi. 8.. !-It 5 II L. A. Saris. Jr--...._. ...1 p; ,
Coleman /ln WV.\ of _
rejoicing "even so It is not way of compensating'those Hampton and Miss Roea NBVi t< ._._*___......_.11 t tt -.- Llvlna-.lon, Truby A Co.. C.TI 1''%" ..,1'.. bounded IB by

the will of your father which la In of HI own who bad to die. Jesusla of Gainesville.MBS.\ Lot 1. 3. 4, I. 1, of Bile ', Myrtle* Bt. land Madison
heaven that one of these little ones coming sometime. He may come 8, b Addition' Truby A Mt."r.bIr of L. A,
should He will I ELIZABETH: : GREENE: ( o'* to Btark '.41 n.r .N-llLl L A. Davie l Jr.._...__ 878
Co.. It
perish. We may be sure In my lifetime. I hope In Wy of NH14 -_18 A SI Llvln..ton, Truby A fall hen __. 8 -
that those who have not reached had rather go to heaven by way of Lot ...11 of Bile lie fJvInit.ton. Com al .W Cor of Madl- i"
the for Mrs. Eliza Truby A Co. lIOn and Mrytl St* and
> of services f
age of accountability will be the uptaker than to go by way to 8trk In run M SIO ft. W 110 ft. N ;
"' a eternally.. Jesus said concerning -, the undertaker.' beth Greene 56. who died In a WIt Addition of NKVi' --1 ---25 a IS J. .O. Bo)'....... ...._ 11." lie ft to Madison Mltnnc. it

children, "of such to the C e Jacksonville hospital Friday night Lot 7 of Blk It. LHrhie-; B In on Oa.kln.std Mt A..d1t lie, II B. C. A C. .. lindorf.>> ".0' Wil
ft to beg
morning at tryacemetery .t..n. Truby A Co' Ad
kingdom of heaven' and He declar- "Will I know my loved cues In wag held Sunday dltlon to Btark la WH Com 110 ft B of BW Cor -
III that that we with the Rev. Robert __.. _. .18 A SI B. W. Hay** M.dl.on and Myrtle
Is .._ .A of
them adults must become: like heaven T" All we know Interment.... of NEV4.\ N.: 8t.rnb.rs; -._.___.._ 11.18 Mt. and run B on Myrtl ''ntt '1
If they would enter the king- are to be Intelligent In heaven and Dukes officiating. Lot 1. 1 of Bile 18. Llv- Mt SIO ft. Wfloltb N lie

""aHis invitation to' children we ought to know aa much there aa made In the family plot. Inc.ton. Truby' A Co'eAddltlon E Sit In .' B. C A C. S. Hol.en..orf '.05
of ..___ _It 1 11 -
In Add.
native to sharks, Ua.kln. ---
lUll stands. They have a right to we know here. The Bible teachesthat Mrs. Greene was a WV of NEVi____._. S II "nknow" ._....___ 11.41 Com SIO ft W of BW Cor .. .
come to Him and they have a right, we shall know even aa we are Starke. having moved to Jackson Lot. 8, t, 10 11 of Blk IT.., of Madison. and MyrtleSt. ': i ,
to she had resided. and run W SIO ft to #
church fellowship. The church known. It Is my opinion that heaven vllle In 1924 where .Jrtf:ton.t.Trobyi tSUrlts.Ig A Co' Wadmur.lendStthence > '" I'S N,

the Pastor or the religions system IB going to be far more real than since. w'" Itf NE"_. _II I 12 R. r D.mor..e.- 1." Man *ald St 410 f t, B SIO .',\ S;
that brothers. A. { N 410 ft to beg and
We often
talio are
make the Imagined.. Survivor Cs.IASdltlon I
provision for some of ua have piton Tenbyk.5 designated on map! of
all I
cblJdreo 4a. erred The such ghost Mean of the L..'John L. and J. S. Jackson: Om.kln. Add a* "ClarkA llolaendorf. ter1
gtievoualy. have : ,
JDUlle ahould be made to feel that hereafter. I think in heaven ''we of Jacksonville: and three sisters, of NBH 10_YtarkSJ.bW14--_!'_ ii"iV"\ .. t II 3. O. Bond...._.__ 11,41 > Blk".._..._.......59 8 12 B. C. A C. B. >>

the Thomas and Mrs Lot I. t. 18 of Bile tI ** lnBW Cor of Davl., Jr._.._ *-S(
church la interested in them ball have our frleDdablpe."TIIere Kr.. Harriet Uvlngton.Truby&Co'sAAdtfo. ., TJKH\ of Bisk of NI ki .1. 8 II L. A. -
and that the church services are marrying and giving In mar Laura Hersey. both of Jackson- to Btark InWV. 18." I acres In ftBM of IIBM -
Is no 1.81bog...._.. .' ,
Stafford of Baker .. *8 1 II-D. bounded K by towlln
well la no and Mra. Ida .f Nnif---- -
for M ". for the older rlare." In other words.life yUle, m by re W by St' _. .. '.4' W
They should be and baaed the sex relation.I County* Lot. I. I, S. vf Bile 1.. UVImr.ton. aad N by Oa.kln. AdJ..... 1 It 'J. O. Boy......+._ -
promptly longer CoAddition .
___ .
rtadJy __ l5tarke y.rd K1
received Into church real affinity ot souls to In If." OnN and oil byn ll0
: mom think the bird, t II r Nat WJlJlam.___ yd* M
bel'lhlp aaattachment. The turkey an,, American Way of NBSVi\ _------ yt
Whea they manifest apir. will abide) forever I will have and W, bounded N by
Itual atneea th..for. I believe, for my ..... carried to JW'opea: lAlt.by" a t.o>LivlnatoaTruby&C.'aAddlti t. 4. 1. 5, 7'of Btlr 1'' wet Scott Darby land land... m H wrJatia by 'k "

The text of and father ttp there.' I ire 8paD18b'p&orer. Il Ie Strtk. la Truby Co. I." Culvln land and W byW
f !.day's -oe Is Y moth NE44.\ ..__ 11 5 tl Uvg| *r4* .
01 -
U 0Wa: "A.t that all of our real soul quaU- w"" C. .... r..tc" _-. .-- "," 8 88
the.. Revs 5 "
.. tIlDe M.L
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Bradford County ,TelegraphEstablished _oo Late [ ODD: -- BUT TRUE, ", !
., A, number of our newspaperbrethren ... .
1877 are becoming hardbollet .",.. ... '=

-- .. -'. ..-... .- and announcing editorially and (-170 QlassifHUSStU. j
otherwise that they will not publish ., ..:. ,
of.J \
Published Weeklyon Fridays and Entered as Second Class any publicity from candidates for II KAY '". j

Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke Florida public office unless a check or Seamen,Florida Pmt A M-'..I_ I 1. y (_ 6\\ p MESEd i
!J money order Is enclooed In the : .
; same envelope. Such matter is not ; I 'oc 'MAI.\ NOUtt! ON.P1 '"
E.: L. Matthews _____ ____..____________Editor and Ownc ; will have Tentative figures from the report ,
news, they sayand they
.. of theState Racing Commls '.:-. \;t9 \K Ttitt0. YM'.ct
of it.
don indicate that each Florida M"tQ.11.0\ 'MOM"
SUBSCRIPTION RATE We agree with them that come '
county will receive' approximately!
of the stuff sent out "for Immediate rn fO 'T'1 att0'1Ts
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In! Advance 13.OOO as Its share of this trfx rev,
release" Is not news, but sayIng enue from horse and dog racing in oi.T. >taa c. ,tzrto
Advertising Rates on Application .that politics in general is not the state this season.yet : '. KtNOwNw (

news Is making a big mistake. One I
-- thia
has only to stand for five minutes revenue Is trifling compared -
Aside to the Brooksville Journal: Thanks. on the nearest street corner to fled to what would be received If:

o .'J. out that politics Is news and It la all forms of gambling were similarly -
regulated and taxed. Con- "c1noia10dM : cf'::
from the ,
news that everyone, .
IN All of Starke's churches were well filled aE) aster interested rnrvatlve estimates place the -
youngest to the oldest Is -
services. 'f in. amount of gambling money spent ,e,.n
In Florida on the Cuban lottery,
o The most commonsense stand we
bollta and Varied other form at:
The "Live at Home" program is the best farm reliefwe have seen a newspaper take on the forty-five millions. The entire profIt I
subject was that of the Tallahassee 73 ,
know of tfpt" rA go Into the pockets of the op va .
( Democrat in a recent editorial, ,.. Acttsottta :
erators. ,
A -o rj<&!f Which follows in part: d I
In a forceful editorial the Tampa

It's commendable to give to charity, but think'. of "On the the lead one In hand urging, newspaperstake candidatesof .Tribune point out that regulation o"uMI

and taxation of all form of -
creditors first gambling t tCHILDREN
your superior qualifications to seek ON
would net the state millions In
o office and In denouncing the practice -
of exerting too much financial revenue aqd. C\o(. the same time give \\\ tn1ti1TM '
State Road refuses to Santa the .
The Department simply play. pressure In a campaign., On the puojig:a needed aupervlaion.\ and
Claus for Florida counties. other hand, newspapers which re- protection they jo not now receive. a.- vhclnc ocAII '
I Prohibition laws are no more effective Rutvt O% Nt%
fuae free to state
any space a can-
3ti o didate are making it difficult for In,, preventing gambling Mt'IlA, tN 11tE, TMAT A Vta&0N r-'

4 They all came to Florida this winter, and"last but, not any but the wealthy to get before han they proved to be in the control 'Al\\. rnrt P441 ItuN I*'( '

hg least was President Roosevelt. the people. If this Idea should pre of liquor. Bootleg gambling is li NMIOWRtD 1pATw
vail, elections would go more oftento equally as harmful to the welfareof $ TNty'' o IY It ail ncttAav "

3 o the high bidder. the people. booties liquor.. } IN'" 1.aPRtG. o Vu? THE r(, V I',

Y The town was brighter over the week-end for college "If such' candidate wishes to Those who wish to gamble always \ ett ccut' oa '
have and will find
students home for Easter hOlidays, spend $1 'each with all the newspapers always a lb NOltl TaM ,
the way to do so. Its control and tax
in state, or an average
---0 ,ob'! ation by the government Is the onlyntelllgent
J of,that amount, he would have to
The Safety 'Harbor Herald remarks that a checkered put out $2,000, since there are means of meeting the

about 200 newspapers. One $10 problem. .
career usually ends in a striped suit "
advertisement In the first primaryand Says the Tribune: "Why shouldn'the '-

4J o one In ,the second would exhaust state the county, the city, get' __CMo_

J It would be quite a coincidence if the queen chosen for his entire campaign'' allowance a revenue'' from these form of
with nothing for campaign gambling well aa from horse
the festival was a strawberry blonde. fees, stenographic work literature and dog racing. Each could levyat the verses of a song a wordpictureof

o postage, telephone, telegraph, least five per cent and licensed how the dollar performs Its func- LOOK FOR THIS CROSS

The title of a popular book is "Life Begins at Forty,". but voters' lists, office rent, graveling operators. would< .gladly pay It." bone by going round about In the ,
of ''Is there: objection on the ground community. Its:'purpose was to
it doesn't begin at forty around the waist ," expenses"Obviously expenses It Is not possible for of public.moral-public decency or persuade the people to keep the 'It Means the REAL ARTICLE

JUblic'conscienceWhat became and back
o money moving' "bring
the candidate to advertise to that
t Bradford County should have a good representation next extent In each primary.'' There I of'such objections when the state prosperi ty'")
tensed Have the
in institutions of must be something for other expenses ; parl-mutueU The farmer sells load of wheat,
: year our higher learning .people In any county risen in righteous a GENUINE U/tfBttA Of B.yelr
And all the world fair and ,
o protest against accepting the A
."On the other hand, should a sweet. ASPIRIN Manufacture
.i Folks used to complain about being "wage slaves." 'Now money that goes from race-track
newspaper give away all its space letting tills Into their treasuries? He hums a pair of cheerful tunes, 4'I

ry they're willing to slave if they can'get the wages. while the candidate spends his What I* the moral, ethical or conscientious And pays the grocer for his prunes
money for clerical help, job printing The grocer who has had the blues, .
o and other expenses? Decidedly difference between money row buys his wife a pair of shoes. When you J go to buy aspirin, Remember. thin for youi own
4 Warning ,to wives: The Jacksonville Fair will have ''a not."There bet on horses and dogs and" money This Ten, the ahoeman thinks God just remember this: Every!: protection..Tell your friends

fan dancer who is advertised as a protege of Sally Rand. Is a middle ground of bet It In I*any somethlg other to manner think about? and sent, tablet of real aspirin of about it for their protection
a6 And and it the rent. Bayer manufacture is Demand and
'equity where the newspaper may plenty ARE) thinking about It. runs pays on
play fair with the candidate, with e Next day the rent man .hands the tamped with this crow. No nt Genuine

Governor Sholtz figures that If people haven't sense the public and with Its own business Down :Miami way they are talking bill tablet without this cross U BayerA.pMn.

enough not to play slot machines, he'll take the machines office., of anothen,boom. Interest in To' Doctor Carver for a pill: GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.
ADd Doctor Carver tells his frau
away.. "When a candidate announces real estate I* picking up. Properties That' business la improving now. Safe relief for headache cold,'sore throat,

-o .' for public office, that fact Is news are moving and Inquiries are He cheers her and : pain of rheumatism, and neuritia, etc.
to which. Is entitled steady. For, tbp Florida up says
the past
;pY 'When they get the beauty parlor bills at the first of the There is also justification public for.the baa been frontipage news year throughout -( "My dearYou've .CtnvJot BawArolrin Doe*/Not Harm,ffc.Heed 'ee.rea...

month most'"' husbands wish they really were ,permanentwaves. :use of a portrait cut In order that the nationbc,Our outstanding been quite feeble for a year, .
I think that you should have a rest; C
? !the public may have an opportunity exhibit at the Century of Progress
You'd better take a trip out West
to see 'what the candidate served to sell Ibis state to millions.
t o And In a couple of days his frau
looks like. When the candidate Troubles in Cuba, the devaluation
xy If ,you can't come to town but once during the next appear In a community and makes ot the dollar and miserable winterIn 18[ on the farm of Joshua Howe. S. R.
She her bill to Farmer Howe;
month, make it during the' three days of the Strawberry an.address, that too Is new. and the "North all gave us the He takes pays the bill,and says: "I vow.Here's .
the standards of news value should oreaka. People flocked here aa
Festival. a thing that can't be beat-
be applied to What he says. never before. ,They came to rest "
This U the bill I got for wheat.
O But if a candidate wishes a and play and enjoy our unrivaled WEEKENDSPECIALS
He hums a couple of cheerful tunes
!' There will be plenty of activity around here soon with a newspaper to carry material urging llmate. And and buys a lot more
the people to vote for him or They will come again and eventually goes
Strawberry Festival and May Day celebration both on the
declaring, 'If Candidate Whoosls la I many of them will select prunes.Arcadia Arcadian..
program.In elected the grass will grow greener, Florida as a permanent home.
o the birds will sing sweeter and ,There will be another boom. It

I there will be more cotton in the la well on the way, but not I hope YOUR CREDIT
the spring time there is a race between weeds and -
bolls and more' resin In the pine aa wild and hectic a* the last.
scrub teams to who be first to all the Here's a new slant on those lIt"
see can and
occupy trees, that la advertising There'1* plenty of opportunity in I
.vacant lots.There. should be paid for t, Florida for sound intelligent Invest.'I tie monthly statements that cause VACUUM PACKED

eY "If memory serves us the rule ofno merit. Properties are on the market some folks author to now get all unknown hot and both- Alladin COFFEE,. Lb. ________,__ .26c
free space has never applied to : today fan below, their normal press. ;
are many different ways of advertising the Straw- national candidates. We doubt value:. .Tbo.spwho'pick these : "It la an honor to receive a bill. VACUUM PACKEDSevenDay

berry Festival. You can do your bit by mentioning: It In the that a single newspaper In Florida largala now will be the one who : Instead of getting all rolled up. COFFEE, Lb.__-------,----21c
1' letters write.A waited to receive a check from : profit a year or"*o later. i when the mall brings you a statement '

you Candidate Roosevelt before advlt- Well located Florida properties'; of account, you should be 5 Lbs. RICE _._...-- ,!.?,:...... ;.:'"' _...;--...,-21c
o Ing Its readers that he wall the : purchased ,at.: today's prices will genuinely pleased. For a bill la an :; ,

straight line. might be the shortest distance betweentwo Democratic nominee. And perhaps pay JlaDd ome'dividends to those Indication that someone has faithIn 5 Lbs. Navy or,Northern BEANS..__ _25c
no newspaper in the state failed with and vision to invest your honesty. If you never received '
points, but a dotted line often proves to be the quickest rourage bill it would indicate that 5 Lbs.
with a
to mention, not necessarily Black Eye PEAS 25c
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'way to the poor house. approval, that his opponent was now.The return of the Florida Exhibit your credit la worthless, and that ,

o Candidate Hoover."Sometimes to the Century of Progress again' ered. It I* going the rounds of the 24 Lbs. FLOUR __ __w__._""',_.:..__.__ 87c
it is more Important his summer will bring this state to no on. was willing to take your '
Fernandina Leader that sentimental don'tseem J
says couples to us here In Florida to have good the direct attention of other mil- word that you will pay. 12 Lbs. FLOUR 45c
_, ..,.. ..._ _
to burn much electric but ? ? -
light, they consume enough tate officials than to have good ions and next winter we will see "Credit Is the most valuablu .. : .

gasoline to make up for It men in,Washington. It to therefore them with us In even greater number thing a person can have. Money 2 Pkgs. MATCHES ...., :.. 15c
the duty of the press to tell *, may be had by various means, but -7
0 the .people who is running., credit comes only from years of 10 Lbs. IRISH POTATOES:!...: ___25c
Huey Long is organizing a new society called "Share "If all Florida newspaper will honesty and promptnea) In meeting ':'"

Your Wealth Society." The idea as 'we get it, is to, shareeverybody's adhere a little more rigidity to the 3From' bills when due. When you pay a Pure Creamery BUTTER,' Lit:!*____28c

wealth but Huey's.They ethics of fair play and be just a bill, you are merely being honest .

rifle less hard boiled,I candidate Other PensRAIUIOAD,00MMISSIONER "When you receive a bill, meet It Fresh CHEESE,Lb. __ .. IjL19c
o will no doubt learn to provide for ,,.. if you can.' If you can't franklytell ,

say that dentistry was practiced 3,500 years ago by payment at advertising'* rate for your creditor why you can't.You'U ,Extra Heavy BROOMS ____......)L._---.3Sc
s the Egyptians. Perhaps those unsolved rteiroglyphics) are promotion material. : find ,him 'more than ready
..---o-- VISITS PALATKA to meet you half way. Cherish 3 Tall Pet Carnaton MILK; 19e
or :: ::
what the Egyptians said when they had to have tooth pulled FESTIVAL, FAIRING FINK your credit aa you do health happiness .,_ .-

o Hon. B. S. 'Matthews, chairman and other priceless bonus ,3 No. 2 Cans TOMATOES: _1'._,_,..-25c
! ,* '''There used to be an old saying that nothing is sure but I' Thanks to our merchant and of the Florida,Railroad Commission equally rare- and elusive," :: ; {
other who are Interested In seeing and ,candidate for another Confess that never thoughtof Fresh DA'TES Lb J
I' :you 23c
death and taxes. Scientists _
keep cutting down the death this county advertised along with term., subject to the Democratic it In that light until you read --------. -, .-, --

rate, but so far nobody has been able to do anything about the beet of them, plan for Bral- primary la June, spent the weekend these Hnesw,--Lake Worth Herald..', Shell FLY: SPRAY 65c
taxes. .;,Ind>to ord's first strawberry festival are heir calling on his many Quart._v,...,.;;__,.
coming along fine. In view of the friend ANNIVERSARY NIGHT 5 Octagon 10c
that of the event. ia AT \ ____
fact promoter ..Mr.. Matthew deservedly popular ,MISSION STUDY HALL
Among the problems that most mathmeticians accept as had to start from scratch they in Palatka and throughoutthis PALMOLIVE 5c

being impossible are trisecting an angle and duplicating a have done a fin job to get the ball section.. A* head of the State Tuesday evening April 10, at Soap or Beads___..._- -

rolling with enough momentum to Road No. 28 Association he baa always 8:00 o'clock an interesting anni- PURE WHEAT
cube-to which they might add making out income tax SHORTS ..... ___$1.7S
your carry the program on to a succe.sful '' been active in this greatly- versary thanksgiving service, commemorating -; :. -

return on time. conclusion needed highway project. In other opening:of,the Bible No. 2 YELLOW CORN- $1.65
o No outside carnival conceiaiwuare movements for the advancement of Mission Study,will be held In the ..__-_,.1. --

to be allowed to come In for.tit. this section, be baa likewise been assembly room April 11, last year.th 24 Per Cent DAIRY.FEED $2.00
I' It is said that Florida's show at,the World Fair this sum- festival so however you spend your active. .e'#" first public service was held, ______

mer will be twice as good as it was last summer. If twice as money during the three days of In his campaign. for reelectionMr. and because,of the interest taken Best SCRATCH __ ....... "" -$2.QO

as many people visit the state next winter as result ,of it, the 'celebration you are assured Matthew-ha* a splendid record during the-year, .this service has ':"'.-_ -
that It will not be carried away by In official"service to-eommend been arranged. '

we will..have a.full house. outside interests, but wlU remainat him to the voter 'As member of ,Tbere .win ,be. the usual Bible WE SOLICIT;YOUR PHONE'ORDERS FOR PROMPT

r o I' home where it will continue the Legislator from Bradford study with sketches on the subject '

Someone remarked recently that there wasn't a vacant working In.the Interest of Brad. County and then' aa Railroad Com- "The Unequal Yoke," ,and Cor. ,DELIVERY' SERVICE,

ford County. missioner,,..., baa aver, been safe, 6th chapter.. -
house to be rented in Starke. That speaks pretty welT for the .
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conservative dependable, always The mualo will be contributed byvarbwvlattafgroup
a' growth of the town but it's hard on newcomers' who are looking Four lump of sugar are said to b&vlai"1DIad the welfare | and promise Phone' 45 _,. 'Free. Deliveryk"ihns |
for a place.to hang their,hats. contain as much norlshment aa a of the taxpayer and the Interest to be most interesting.
medium sized. potato. an u.. state. Ptlatka:TtmesItrauL A' at, thai
0 "l i -; ,. summary ;yeac'*.work <
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will be given, and '
r' announcement; S
According to an exchange; a Kansas editor wrote: "We .,'S41 ent-two per cent of the ..- made of fUture'work planned. :

wish apologize'for the manner in *hch( world's automobile are owned IB "CIRCULATIO4MRDIUM"Hack A pleasant and
w disgricedthe;, the United States. profitable evening ,' ,-
beautiful wedding last week. .. awaits you and also a welcoaae ..
/ Through an error of the type- 9 M I to another >ip e. lon -and to tTHE'

'j- '" setter-we were made to say 'the roses were punk What we .amis,cloud fT-nvnii..tn'fi M we older member of the young the Mission U.Russia's ..- Halt 'OLD.8IaVlC&.r.IIOTTO .RELIABLE
,s'' nine mile above the .*..,**>d are generation can ,remember eererajdepressions -
wanted ,to Bay was"that 'the noses were pink national defense budget : FOB' tile highest of all cloud Cor1D&U9u..I. ; ovsm U1T _
--a wtoe guy wove into ..I* around a_billion dollars_a year.. .. ,

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