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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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WADas(|A Spent Berry Shipments [GRADUATING.CLASS 1934-LARGEST'' IN B. H. S. HISTORY '53HGiv DiplomasIn : *Iiki



Amount Drop This Week ff//; 'Lbf.\'
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39th GraduationOf 'f i+;+ ; : i
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In This County] Prices.Stay, Low IJI f i'j' t.

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jerol! .\Aminl.tratlon Gives Review: Louisiana And North Carolina .: \\J'j:

Of Work And Money Reported Coming In-Plant YY .. '"' 1 ,
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Done -
City Season OverStrawberry -
L. t'. Chiipimtn, Superlntriident! Of
State Warm, Makes Com- t 9t
released by JIt shipments from One To 53 mrllC'l'nlt'ntddrtollll ,
Figures show that the Civil Starke slowed down ronslderabl; ,s. qy b V7Y1
I C. Bogart AJmlnlatration spent $155,. this Week with only eleven express v ..r Is Big Increase -

mirks Into Bradford County during cars of fruit shipped from Starke IS ,LARGEST CLASS t tTnentyNine

11,93 period of Nov. 24-March 10. during the six-day period. Nine- '( i 39 u Graduating classes] at the -

Largest single Item in the state teen express carloads were shIpped Bradford County High School Oruduiiton. Of Junior

Intent to the sum spent for regrad from here during. the preceding 4 qtr k"S have varied greatly since Its High Receive Cortlflrute at 1

road?,, the amount totaling week. (:a 'oundlng thirty-nine years ago.east Of Promotion '
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131.899.85.The Movement out by truck was saId, :; 4i f year at commencement ,
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announcement, giving I a to have averaged about two loads j s s Mine the Telegraph stated that Tho largest class yet to graduate

complete account of all project a day. r-_... : t ; the smallest class to graduatehere from Bradford High School wan '

lundled during the 108-day period, .Prices in Starke are averaging was that of 1912 composedof last night presented diplomas in i r gf

I drc striking; indication of the va. $2.00 to the thirty-six pint crate, vw + two girla. This was a mis- the school] auditorium. Fifty-three
IJetyof work and county Improve. it is saId.Lawtey. t llyr ,con "ke.. .Two classes have contained seniors participated In the com 0

I menu fostered{ by the CWA.I shipped 915,822: pint! a k but one member each. mencement exercises, the ceremonies l ,

I Bogart, now work director; this week as compared with 759;. Ray White, later killed In the being presided over by Principal n. ? ,'

I of On FERA, In commenting upon 709 pints last week.. World War, graduated by himself L. A. Cray.
I In 1912, and A. J .Thomas,
I ,497.70 expenditure tor the L. F. Chapman superintendentOf
(24 The Plant season
the City Is virtually . .. clerk of the circuit court in this
roads, expressed Farm, addressed -
State
Icliylng of county the Florida
at
an end, with what /Is be. county, was the sole member of
that proper maintenance ot: lleved the, class a* the featured
(tope to the last car of berries for the class of 1915.
I these roads would be made: With the year shipped out of there Mon I The largest graduating class ever to receive diplomas !n the high school auditorium was the center of speaker of the program. Invocation t'

I the work completed on them by cV.
Ithi CWA, It Is possible that they: I y.Louisiana berries are being I though the total number receiving diplomas was fifty-three, only forty-three of the graduates are shownn 'Will Rogers Coming gomery, of the First Methodist y
quot
I be kept In first-rate condition for :ed at S1.85 to the twenty-four pin the above photograph. With the class are shown Principal L.. A. Gray; Mrs. T. T. Long, senior IIPon-i Also Scandals At Kits Church.
approximately five years, Mr; Bo the school. The class of 1933 which was The commencement ceremony
,
crate.: Shipping, from that state< tor, and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, an Instructor in high y
|girt slated Neglect] in their care,, : Is beginning to be very heavy 1 1Is Iti the time as being the largest ever graduated from B.H.S., numbered only thrlty-three members-twenty Included the presentation of diplomas '
however may rapidly] undo the< *\* I The new Will Rogers release, to the ninth grade, twenty-
A marked this total.
reported. Increase less
Is
year's grand
limit accomplished by the Clvl. i seen there, with the --than- "David !!arum," and the cinema, nine students receiving this award.
average day'sshipment I version of White' Scandalstop
George
|Works Administration. All of the exercises were held on
at 125
A,summary of the report of ex I care : Pepper To Speak next week's program at the school !
the recently completedhlgh
I An abundance of fruit Is report Ge 'Girl Voted
Growers Mav awtev RU Theatre.
ptodltures made Is as follows: 'ed on the market from North Car Twice In Bradford stage, decorations for which were
..Admlnlfitratlon .j 4,23461liWA The story of "David Harum made by the school's class; of 33.
( Sim Cunotruetlon663,61: ollna,while carload shipments from fame as
which gained
Early Week originally
|Enilne rlni __ 14001 Alabama for Tuesday totaled Next Music of tho program featured
|R.-employuieut'| ?.,_?.?_ 801.8: twenty-three.. Hate t Reparation Oueen Of Festival the Noyes belltselllng'novel Westcott, has been of Edward revivedas the high school violin ensemble" In 1'

Total ? .. -,t B.739.61Honmructlon Claude Pepper candidate for the a vehicle for Will Rogers and a hearing of "Llobestraum, byLlszt
scat In the United States Senate and "Con Amore," by Beau..
SpeakifHere Miss Lucille Torode HonorixlUlll :
of irarnientall Sturgis Is proving to be the outstandinghit ,
Community garden..__.._/ 10,80414 1.tIIl.1I0 Railroad Commliuilon Expert Says now held by Park Trammell, will Get Trip To Contention to star this mont. The ensemble used for processional j.v3 ,
During Berry Festival speak in Starke on Monday afternoon yet Gounod's "Marche Ro-
Consideration actor-comodlan'l
Matter I e Now Under At Miami It Is Indicated. I
Total _.?._! 12,265.84 at 2'30: o'clock. main... ,
: tre are
odelia Survey ._.,..._.-, 2,SIT.8! Making his first appearance before Mr, Pepper had a large attendance Miss Mary Lucile Torode, daughter I to be grosses one of the spring season's At the close of the exercises, the

trading Road. _-1 1T,8911.85 a Starke audience, Wallace At the request of several local at his first speech In Starke of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Torode foremost successes, surpassing' class] song of '34 was sung by the f;

Ifpali-i to Sihootn Sturgis, candidate for election strawberry growers, the Telegraph] several weeks ago and It Is expected of Lawtey was named "Mian Bradford such current bits as "Nana" and graduates. + ;

Brouktr, -.---.--, 761.82 as Congressman of the Second Dis- wrote, to the Florida Railroad that many more voters will hear County". and crowned queenof "Spitfire." Seniors receiving diplomas were: '

Starke Lawtoy __:::: : .. $:,774,41 19.93: trict, was heard Saturday afternoon Commission asking for a fuller explanation him Monday afternoon the Bradford County Straw George White's Scandals features Lester Austin, Henry Godwin, Clifford ,
: on the lecture platform oi of the new: express rates, He will speak at Lake Butler on berry Festival Saturday night. The return to the screen of the Har.en, Sullivan Carter, 8. It.

Total hoti. moundHampyO ---, 6111.. the Bradford County .Strawberry. Including] refrigeration. which was the same day at 11:30: a.m. and at event was the closing ceremony of radio a favorite, Rudy. Volleo. Supporting Johns Sinclair Peek Joe Shuford ;
-.:, 2,8611.1& Festival.' -"' I effective March 17:' Latwey at'4:30:: pm",;Mr. pepper the three-day celebration.] Miss the crooning star In this. William Schnell, Jessie Mae Den-
:
:____ 4.64".96 Mr. Sturgis asserted himself as I The following tables giving the announces Lena Belle Shepard, daughter of musical are Jimmy Durante Dillon, Mildred Dinkins, Vera Gal- i

Total' --_.$ 8,1i01l. being in favor of a redistribution charges ftom Starke and Lawtey Mrs James Shepard of Milliard, film and Cliff Edwards. The feminine ney, Opal Qllsson, Carolyn Hutto,
to the principal] points of destina was named second prize winner Louise Jackson, Lois Long, Beatrice
of the wealth of the nation. He B.Y.P.U. Training SchoolTo Alice '
Fayo.
Staying County Koad____ lead Is played by
$ 8497,70Irlvlltural tion, were received from J. H. among the remaining candidates Miner, Pauline Priest, Mary he4 f N
"situation wherein a
HtatlMtlcs I 27.OC Few deplored become a ] rich while 'Tench, rate expert with the com- Begin Here Monday for honors as the festival queen. "David Harum" ,will be shown Pearce, Helen] Prather, Alta .
immensely
I1 :::0. of Amoi i'.Ic-an. Bu"l- millions face starvation." mission 1 ,"Mian Bradford County" will on Sunday and Monday. The Rahme, Dorothy Hitch, Marjorie
411.00 bill for
'.I."tl) Mgr, Fad- --'Acrl.--'-- 01,1 New n..I'n it.Pn'ru A training schol] for all departments represent the festival's sponsoring Scandals follows on the Stump, Dorothy Swambom, Anna 1'

fum Credit SUmmm Corp. and Land 108.00 "America cannot have prosper. N' Y.___ .ilete.32.838.47 Irate 'Old!IO.OO U6.S0 New of the B. Y. P, U. will begin i organization, the Jones-Langford- Tuesday_._and Wednesday.....n_ Laura Tucker, Rhoda Zelgler] Ruth t ,
\alu. ..___ 76000 ity until the great mass of people lIo..ton. __ 8.14 .75 9S.00 80,76I'hlla. Monday'' night, ApVll SO.cmfwyshr White rout of the American Legion --'- Zelgler, George Arwood Nelson
have In their hands In order .._ 389 2.:111: 110.00 16.60
Total' money with each Halt ____ 2,68 2 28 3.S0. 70.13 Monday night at 7:30: o'clock, at at the Legion's national convention Show Feature Faulkner, Lacy Futch, Woodfin
'---8 834.00'ark that they might trade l'hleAllo 8.0t 1.84 9S.00 110.75 the First Baptist Church, and will which ia to bo held at MI- Baby Halle, Purvis flaxen, Bobby John,
Grolilld"Idw'lka other Mr. Sturgis declaredMr. Cleve. _. 3.98 I.U U6.00 80.75 t
---- -- ., E.45 continue through Friday night., ami In October. Norman Johns, Holcomb Over. t t
$ ._.-_.-- pledged himself to The rates named are In the celebration ] Schnell
haying 9rlck.8larke .- Sturgis express! The church Is very' fortunate In Crowds attending street, Billy Parker, Lester ,
t.cradln&' IItreet", 1040.00 support President Roosevelt] declaring cents per 100 pounds, and the re- securing the services of H. E. / consistently ]large throughoutthe Attracts Interest Fred Shaw, Richard Thede, A. E.,

Hlarke Cnpav8fS--t---.. 4,184.50 that the Chief Executivehad frigeration rates are per car. The denour, Jr., and Miss Fay RI-I three-day program,. accordedthe Wall, Palmer Williams, Lots Ad- -'
Lawtoy _-. ?L"---- 1,881.02Tolal proved his right to national carload minimum weight is 17.00C both of Gainesville, who will assist I event a gratifying reception, kIns, Martha Brownlee, Bunnle Ca. +'I

----_.t 18.8418J leadership by the success of his pounds, which Is the same as last the pastor, Rev. C. B. Price, In this according to C. H. Sistrunk, commander May Day Program To Occupy On. nova, Idell demons, Carlle Faulkner

'' First year In office year. work. Both Mr. Ridenour and Miss. of Jones-Langford-White ter Of HUge Next TIH' day- Kathryn Haynes, Kitty Hog- ,
lalarla'halo C nl!'o i'-: --....<..' 14,1&9.60 -.- In its decision the Interstate Lucius have had extensive trainingin Post. The festival was the first of Downtown Parade sed, Marguerite Prevatt, Lula y'
Hampton Commerce Commission awarded its kind to be held In this .strawberry Redgrave, Dorothy Turner, Frank '
and the church
B. Y P. U. work -
'Dmmunlty8anltatlong--' : nUg.. Expansion Plans I reparation. This feature of the is to be congratulated upon securing area.Speakers. Starke's heralded May Day celebration Inman, Frow Strickland and .Oration ,
'total. Is being handled by T. D. Ceo- the festival
case during pro- Cooper.
.-, 14,981.20 the service. of these young will feature an afternoon
hagen of Washington, D. C., and gram Included W. R. Smith. secretary who to from the ninth
Ity Hall All people and program by students are The graduates
,''d.'lnlf Hlarke. ---*-j 4,401.30 we are not posted as to the status people. young to Governor Dave Bholtz. and '
Bradford Bradford Junior High
amtY Record.4,392.98 For Nearby Camp adults Interested are invited to attend represent every school in grade of the
torht' ry Expl Ii Work---,, .::176.13' ; However the reparation should] be this school. commissioner of the State MarketIng County, according to an announcement School were: Virginia Alvore. t

.Hirer Conway Line.-- NeW'-.- 8,808,70- the difference between the old Bureau, present. representatives made yesterday by school au Del I o r 1 s Bloodsworth, Mildred r'
: conduct the
tawteyr. Tuwn hail at rates and the new, based upon the Mr. Ridenour will of the Governor and the Commissioner Brown, Edward Bagwell Elizabeth'
ddalon. --'---- alIo.1e Plans Formed To Make Imokolw carload minimum weight of 17,000pounds. senior B. Y. P. U. and adult classes of Agriculture, Nathan thorities.\ Carlisle, Kula Mae e
ttC Court held next Craig, AJKay
to be
ount" Senior D. The program,
Hnu.e _____ Finest South Of Moaon-Dlxon. and they will study.the Mayo; L. F, Chapman, superintendent 1, will be given on Dyal S. O. Denmark, Irene Davis i
May
Manual. Tuesday,
Line Y. P. U. Administration !
Total ....______, 86,792.68Grano Intermediates under the Instruction of the Florida] State Farm, the grounds of' Bradford High Katie Fugate. Martlle Hemingway, 1,
Brother Of Local Man The and Congressman R.. A. Green. Jackson, Teresa Jones,
Total, and B.. Price will School. The Initial event of the Marjorie
...--8111II.387.83 An expansion .Improvement of Rev. C. The fiddlers' contest, which attracted ,
Klllingswortb
ultimate Killed In Alachua for afternoon, however, will be a Lois Judd, Myrtice
program calling for the Is. study the B. Y. P. U. Manual eleven entrants, was'won j Florid Klllingsworth, Albert C
of between $100.000and and the Junior department downtown parade. At 3:00: pm.
expenditure Intermediates,
.
Bob'WIngate of Jacksonville.N.
by Lois Moore, Chester Moody
only Candidates to make Camp 1m- will study the Junior will be held the May Day Baby Kruse
[ $150,000
Funeral services for Deputy O.,Bowles of Maxvllle was the aged :Margie McMillan, June Smith. Ole- ,,
<
being
mokalee on Lake Brooklyn in Clay Sheriff Arthur May brother of H. Manual, and they will have as their second prize-winner. Show all participants ta Smith. Donald Paul Btllley, Ar- S

County, the best camp and recreational D. May of Starke were held Tues- Instructor, Miss Fay Lucius. Much was) contributed to the) from three months to one year .lie Sponbolt, Arthur swambom.

fust Qualify Soon center for young people day In the Antioch Church near Following Is the outline for each beauty,-of the exhibition groundsby The school- children's :May Day the :Marie Then, Andrew Taylor, Jack
south of the Mason and Dixon Line, officer which will present
LaCrosse Deputy :May. an night: the palms furnished with the program Underhill and Eunice William
was made public In Jacksonville of Alachua County. was slain] First class period-7:30: to 8:15: display of the Florida State Farm crowning of the queen, the May .

Y 10( I. Final Date< Clerk Monday. last Sunday at LaCrosse by a ne- recreation period 8:16 to nursery.. Color was added to the Pole dance, and numerous skits

Saw.' Must I1Ie IJrAccoQllta : peo Organization of a corporation. gro'man whom he was attempting p.m.8:30: ;past; second class. period 8:80: north end of the ground by the and dances Is to begin at 330.: Venire Summoned j .

Formed on a strict non-profit basis, to place under arrest. to 9:15: p.m.STATE'S'ATI'OIINEY. rides and attractions of the JulluitNeiberle Miss .Mary Pearce, daughter of _

County For the management and operation Although be was shot three ._. _u_ ___ shows. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce has been
at later candidak must qualify ot the camp was disclosed In the times, twice above the heart and CREWS The booths lining' the Midway offered chosen queen. A. E. Wall, Jr., will

o 1.1I. than May 10,'according announcement, in which It was once in the shoulder, May re- SEEKS: ANOTHER: TERM a variety of novel exhibits. appear as king.Attendants For Circuit CourtSpring

1 at Innouncem.nt the made'yester.IrcUlt made clear that an outstanding mained conscious long enough to A most popular feature of the Mid. to the king and

office of the clerk Of group of cltlsena. Including at leastone draw his own pistol and fire a This Issue of the Telegraph carries way was the free serving of strawberries I queen are Lois Adklns. Martha --

w. It "''ae COurt The quaJUlcatJoa out-of-state philanthropist single] shot at the fleeing negro, the announcement of CoL A. and cream made possible Brownlee. Munnle Canova, Kathryn !! Term WW Convene May T-

f"'t Year'stated' I. nve per cent vas sponsoring the plans. Henry Johnson. The bullet took 3. Crews for re-DOIDI aUoD-j", through .'the generosity of local Haynes Kitty Hogsed, Lois Long Docket: No Heady For i

or hfular easy. three per cent effect, striking' Johnson In the middle State' Attorney of the Twenty growers) and dairies. I Lula Redgrave and Marjorie Fnbfcaftoii

11'0 Per I egal au ea.ment. andhdford Miss Dorothy Alvarez of the chest, and be tell deadon Sixth Judicial Circuit, composed of Many number were added to' Stump -

cent for ....lI8ment by the tar side of a fence which he Bradford Baker and Union Coun- the crowd by virtue of the convenient The escorts are as follow S. R. The name of the Milrty-slx registered r''

..ye... Committee County De 1DOcr&Uc Exec.'oe Dies In Hospital was attempting' to climb. ties. 1 downtown location of the Johns, Jr., Purvis Haien Ed To- voter drawn to serve a*
May was called from church Mr. Crews has lived all Ills life I exhibition grounds, with the festi rode, Richard Tnede. Henry Godwin grand and petit Juror during the '

held Juae and election: .is to Miss Dorothy Alvarez, 21, 'ofrackoonvllle services by Ruth Pope, mother-in- In this circuit and Is one of Its out. : val' activities being accessible] to Woodfin Halle. Sullivan Car. spring term of circuit court were

the CIa niece of J. W. An- law of the dead negro man to arrest standing lawyers. He I served asState's transients and tourists.* ter and Robert Chapman.The announced this week. They are to

"0611tH- County oeteeond, 1D Irews.. Jr., of Starke, died In a Johnson on a charge of threatening Attorney of the Eighth Judicial Civic leaders and officials, plan heralds will be AIKay Carlisle appear In the circuit court room

q. WIth the clerk of ctnuIt: racksonvllle hospital Wednesday his family with violence] following !- Circuit from 1921. to 1923, ning that the celebration see I and Billy Parker, and the May 7, and were listed a* follow:

momenIre ot alled to tile a tint following an Illness 'of severalveeks. a family row. when Bradford Bake and Union.. growth a* a yearly event expect crown bearers Betty Hayes and. Bowers, 41.Youngblooda r
Jl41111 Sheriff J. P. Ramsey and Deputy Counties were a part thereof and that early moves will be made toward George
Paul Smith. R. A. Fmington
expeaameeneTa L. O. Johns,
lit I11l18t 'statfore. Miss Alvarez, who had manyfriends Franx Sexton, who mode an Investigation bas served for the past three yearsof I the organization of the 193S to be Joe Edwards SwiDdell, H. ... JoIu.I.D. '
The knights are S R.
y 8. Tbtiled not earner than here was one of Jackson.me' shortly after the shooting the Twenty-Sixth Judicial I Cir : festival and anticipate Its Increasing Leslie Biggs J. V. Edwards, ,
John Godwin, J. PhillipS.
lit Cod< flUIIC' of the .tate- outstanding swimming stars.She ', bad the negro's body taken cult. I importance a* an annual exhibition. Norman, R. C. Butorcl, :
H. S.
ela qualfllc1uoa must had been an active member of from the field In which It lay and Mr. Crews has the distinction of : and Lester Austin Griffis O. W. Bahme Jr..
e quaiitlnot" ter than Life Saving Corps placed In the Johnson house.. The pages;' Junior Adklns, N. T. Joe S.
gay I1.Aeld the Red Cross dealing honestly and faithfully SUPPORT and Hudson L. 4 Norman, L. A. PrIIlCle, l
occupation APPRECIATE
not fee Itsefl must for' several years and woe regarded May, whose principal with the life and liberty of his fellow Bitch Philip Manassa W. A.Colley. C. R. Shufor.
later
The "cond b7> her fellow member a* a swimmer was farming, was given tribute to men, yet fearless In his dutyto On behalf of the supervisingstaff Turner.' R. V..DyaJ' ,"
Conner
h eAlllen I tstementof 'cam.ber of unusual merit. by Sheriff Ramsey as one of Ala the stat. He.has experience, of the Bradford County Festival Charlee Pender will appear as w. R. B. F. Ilases

;May; Miss Alvares Is survived by her' chua County's most valued depu- gained as your State's Attorney we wish to thank the members court 'Jester r, Register V.O.Ueminpsy,
Green,
notelater N. T.
128. .th altpk motJlef, ,J4n.. AJm& Alvarez; two ties... having been opposed by some. of of the American Legion and The flower girls are a* follow Anderson ; C.: J. KID" C. Van Aistlas. rt
and who co-operated Ann Flynn. Jannet;;
Ie turther .. : brothers,* Raymond'Alvares! -CAJtTEB VISITS 8TABKE the _prominent and eminent all other citizens Betty ShirleyMontgomery A.. L. Sullivan. J. C. Hoover,
"0 o grandmother la the promotion of !bIentl.ly Peggie Ann Wiggins,
&tterprtma&DaowIced ,that rranciarAtvares; a Jerry W. Carter, candidate for criminal lawyers of Florida And with us Landrum. R. r. Vmorest W' T.IlcEv.r,'

8t lit tUetI b .tatellMllta JIn,, And]L Kelly and other rel- State Railroad Commlsloo In Group If the people of this circuit see fit successful celebration.] Brownlee., Idell Marjorie Sue S. Whitehead ,R.U.'semester.tf. ..
,
are Y.JuJ7" C&adJ.o itlve. last Friday. to ni-.ominatsbim, be promisesthe C. K. 8ISTRUWK.tecretaryvrreasurer._ Madge Stl1cklaDc1.L. .
held _this 2. was a visitor to Starke ', Mlddleton _'Marlon Brown I.i. Bryan C.B. :
services were
titer lherrequll'M. .to '4hgallfy1b01 Funeral Mr. Carter expects to nuke same onscWnUoua and economical will be Barbara Jean .. J. Graea. V L Wyss, -
,, rtlci Morning: at, St. Mary's Episcopalchurch. attention to the) office. Mft "f.J..wnru.u. : Train beepers' -
tit. : visit .here before theprt- E. A.: tdBtder I"nft&t. ;..
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another B
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: of which she 1140i! Job** dad Bobby ally y.
......... e 9, not.. fa Swag Jacksonville. 116 e1Nga. ... .*ve. to IB.. puts' .". Bg. '" y:

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-AGE TWO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARRE.!: FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL J7. 193

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Luther Chlsm of St. George, Ga., nlta Williams and George Reddish
attended the Strawberry Festivalat and Colman Williams were the I DOUBLERUN SAXTON
UAMPTON4 BOOTSEY'S BEACHL. BROOKER
NS Starke Saturday night and guests of Miss Thelma Rhoden

m .. \4. T '.-., Coy.ly Ga.kln.. f:... while here were the guests of Mr. Sunday afternoon HIM Vera. C.l.*.. Car.H. Mlmm Onotm Br.w., c.... Mrs W. A. Tyler, Cor.
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.Mr. Miss Essie Crawford and Miss
and Mrs. P. B. Johns and Mead Miss -
Dorothy were visiting
Miss Martha Joyce Johns left Mr. and Mrs! Philip Sullivan and children of Woodlawn were visiting Thelma Rhoden Friday night. P. Gainey spent the weekendas Mr. and Mrs L. U. Morgan and ,Mrs. W R, Smabaum and daugh.
y last Sunday for Washington, D. C., baby, Jean, of Jacksonville spent friends here Saturday night.R. Mrs. Ella Kite was visiting relatives guest of his sons-in-law and children of this tectlon were the ter. Dorothy were shopping In
+ where she will upend the summer the week-end here the guests of S. Grlffls of Lawtey was visiting In Theressa Sunday. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday.O. .
itr months with her sister, Mrs J. L. her mother Mrs Jean Gasklns. J. L. Gaskina Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin of Raulerson at Okeechobee and Mr. Lester Hall of Sparr.P. T. Nelson spent Friday in st
Cook. Mrs. Creasle King of Plant City noon. Brooker spent Sunday here with and Mrs. R, B. Raulerson of Ar H. Wooas of Lawtey was visiting Augustine. '
Miss Hazel Dover of North l Is spending several weeks here Quite a large crowd from here Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden. cadia. in this section Sunday after- Miss Vera Oalney of Brooker
4 Carolina arrived here last Satur- with her brother-in-law and sister,I attended the Strawberry Festival Mr. and Mrs Newn Burney of Mrs. J. M. Johns Is spending this noon. spent Monday night the guest Of
} day. She Is the guest of Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford.Mrs. In SUrke last week.Heilbronn Starke were visiting her parents, week In Inverness with friends and Robert and Lucell Hardenbrookof Miss Dorothy Swambaum
r Li. Watterson and Miss Kathryn : Emma Privltt and baby, --O Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter, relatives. Starke were the guests of El- Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Norman
Weest. ,Jeanette, spent last week at Mac- Sunday.G. Mr. and Mrs. L.. R. Mintz of bert and Freda Brown Sunday. were the guests of her father, j.
Rev. Voyle pastor of the Church :clenny with her parents, Mr. and W Alderman of Starke was Jacksonville are spending some Wardolph Johns spent the week- A. Tyler, Sunday.
r of Christ, and his mother have I Mrs. Samson Crews. J Springs In Heilbronn section Monday. time here with her parents Mr. end with R. C. and Kenneth Bag- Miss Freeda Brown and Willie

apartments in the L. G. Johns resi- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chlsm. A. J. HI. T5.laa D....... C... Mrs. Lettle Crawford spent the and :Mrs. L. R.. Gainey. well. Mae Johns of Double Hun were
dence, and will make their home Chism, Mrs Flemm'.ng: and week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. B. Hazen of Gainesville spent Jerry Wilson was visiting Sparr :visiting Mrs. W. A. Tyler Sunday
with us for the summer. daughter Lucille of St. George, Edwards of Starke. Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. I Sunday.Joe i
A1, Rev. O. E. McCauley preachedat Ga., spent last Thursday here the Malvin Kite spent the weekendin Miss Maybell Baty spent Sunday Dan Hazen. I Kelly and Herman Nettles American cigarettes were exported .
p the Baptist Church last Sunday, guests of Mr and 11r R. N. Craw. Jacksonville with relatives with Miss Beatrice: Underbill. Rev. J. D. Polndaxter of Calla- of Starke were in this section Sun I to ninety-five world mar
and evening. Jesse and Shepard Atkins of Edgar Starling of Clay Hill was han will hold a meeting at the day afternoon. kets last year.
morning ford.Miss
Martha Crawford and Jacksonville were guests of their In our section Sunday. Hampton Baptist Church this -S -
J. W. Horne and family, M. L.e' brother Robert attended churchat cousins Mr. and Mrs. D. 1. Kite Paul Thomas David Browningand week. The next presidential term begins Chlcuahua. Is the largest state
Watterson and family, and K. B. Evergreen Sunday, and were recently. Donald Green of Woodlawn Mrs. M. F. Hazen, who has been on January 30, 1937. I In Mexico.
Watterson and family accompaniedby dinner guests of Misses Pauline Miss Rosa Moore spent Saturday section were visiting friends here spending some time here with her
MISH Hazel Dover and Kathryn and Juanita Rosier, night with Miss Era Edwardsof Sunday.Mrs. mother Mrs. John Cone, left Sun-
West, have recently had an outing Mr. and Mrs. C E. Crawford and Starke.J. ., Mary Hill and Miss Ina day to Join her husband in Okee- FUNERAL DIRECTORS
;; at Silver Springs. son, Junior Mrs. Creasle King B. Prevatt of Hampton was Forsyth of Jacksonville were visIting chobee.
A. A. Durden of Madison has recently the of J. our Many Years Experience Mattes It Possible for Us to Render
Mrs Florence Carlisle, Mrs. Sally guest Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs D. L. Kite Sunday S-
been visiting his mother, 'I Blackwelder and Cecil Dick Rob- Jones Sunday. Germany's foreign trade is show- EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
a Mrs. T, J. Durden. inson spent the weeli-end at Midway Clifford Rhoden of Gulf Ham- Ing an Increase. MODERATE: PRICKS
3 Mrs S. H. Lang, who has been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. mock spent the week-end with his Cancer ranks second among DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
located In the Saxon residence on Joe Dicks and family. father W. C. Rhoden. causes of death in the United Sweden's population at the end STARKE FLORIDA
;, Main Street has removed to a Mr, and Mrs' A. J. Chlsm and Miss Pauline Green, Miss Jua States of 1931 was 6,162,446 S..

,c country Mrs. W.home P. near Blrt town.and family of I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES" ---Not A Bit High-Hat ---By POP MOMAND I

Gainesville were the guests of Mrs.Blrt's .
'9 Miss Ada last
sister, Nlmmo '
THAT MAID HAS "X IMSOTTA 601NCs XI-U TELL TII'NBRVY XVl SURPRISED AT aUT HE SAYS
Sunday.
< LOT Of" CRUST \ RMbHT OUT NI1JPhC ""((00,T@8SIE : SURPRISED:! He FeELS MORe AT'
4l.? Mrs. Josephine Sullivan spent HAVIM THAT SAILOR I A SPEAK< WHAT$ WHAT!! HA-.tENT'VOU. EVER BEEN ( {//J 1tCp3E.fl4W. !.
the week-end at Thercssa the guest IN EVERY NIGHT: I TO 1ttR BABYTAKE TOLD NOT TO ENTERTAIN il X91itf1 THAN IN TH' PARLDR!I$
SulIvan. IP TH' NOISY OOPS! WAS ABOUT IT.'.' rr YOUR COMPANY Il'4 'MA'T'S
MY S12B I'DMirl EASYTHER TH' I'ETCHENWHAT
Mrs. H. F. ChcHHor who has TH OW OUT:! r S TOLD
her daughter, Mrs. HIM, :
/y been.visiting J ii pIffr 0..
G. W. Shaw of Miami, returned to ?t MUM'i.

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who has been lck. ;
41 T. N. Norman W. H. Carter.II I
Dorothy and Helen Norman and THE FAMILY ,NEXT DOOR Isn't It Usually So?

Misses Elizabeth and Annie Mae .
Harnage were the guests of Mr. tIa? +
4 I OlD TOOT' YI aONSI
and Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine i t !
OCR.. WELL, ejs' hsQ' Y' DID TOO'N'"TAIt1'T IF LRGOT
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Miss Allle Harnage la spending /
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Mrs J. D. Dobbs, Jr. IT / e'/
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u Mrs. G N. Norman was the
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'i H. M. McRae, Sunday. rq al / /r ,1I
y Gladys and Vanlce Keene and I 0q
Audrey McRae were visiting
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noon.Miss I
Elizabeth Harnage and O'D'e
Mlaa Helen Norman were the
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I afternoon. /
: Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Keene and E '/I:

fo children were visiting Mr, and Mrs. I //
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W R. Kersey Sunday night. :
Cancelmo Morgan was visiting: t
M 11. Edwards Sunday.
, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and

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VOLUME! ONES : STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 27, 1934 NUMBER: THIRTY-ONE
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FORMER TEACHER Cs--i; LARGE CROWDOr HISTORY OF TilE II.II.S. CIuSOF' $
EDITORIALS I Senior ;h-Y S4"
GIVES SENIORS'' For Term Of 1933-34 HAND TUESDAY -

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c:: ro the Beat Inter-Bt e.BBIDFORD .( FAREWELL TALK Finding myself confronted with 'something to do ,when she got out tor. This lad Is Lester Schnell. re .FOR SENIOR SHOW our dear old B, H, 8.. our happy '

peroted HIGH SCHOOL the problem of composing the SenIor of school. tired coach of the U. S. C. Trojans high school days passed forever 1
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Patronll and Ahmmae. Rev. flay 'instructor In Seventh Class Prophecy for the gradu The next scene la also abroad : Next we see two cousin surveyors Ploy (Comnom"! And I'rndurrd By and as we think of the gay hours / '+

studentll, Grade Of This Year's Graduates ating class of 1033-34 and with Down In darkest' Africa, we see stAking off land In the rich oilfields /Senior ClitMH Dews" Over we "pent together hero In school, I''

EDITORIAL STAFF Delivers Address the thought In view of solving the Rev. Lacy Futch, widely reknown i of Oklahoma. One glance With Bang we take the pleosnnt privilege of

said problem with the least diffi missionary telling the darkles thatIf Is enough for us to recognize:. our reviewing our high school adventures r

gllty HOlled ______Edltor-ln-Cblet, Friday afternoon at 2:00: o'clock culty possible I contracted an Intimacy they don't quit drinking white Senior classmates, Clifford and Well, it'a overt The much-talked together with our fellow a aschoolmate.

Dorothy SappAllt. Edltor-In-Cbld was the occasion of the graduatingClass' with Professor Albert En- lightning and rolling dominoes that Purvis Hazon. of Senior Night Show, the cause of .. Our long and hard f
.Managing* Editorumter stifle famous German scientist the boofeoy-man'U them. Then) whenvo were 1'
get journey began:
a Johns Editor farewell address delivered! Here we have a business school, i so many hollow-eyed seniors Uur w
: Barley--A.-t. Mana during hhtrecent visit to this coun our old schoolmate the hat and ends now with curpresent
ExchangEditor by the Seniors' teacher five years passes where pupils who got behind the Ing the week of April 6-13 In a Freshmen

)Loll Lon..Sarwlok_____A U E*. Editor ago Rev. L.. G. Ray now pastor of try.Informal In the course of one of our and the congregation disappears. game in pu'olio: school are working thing of the dim and remote past throne of Senlordom. 1 1

Dorothy- Editor the Methodist Church in Fernan- chats we were discussingthe Where ere all those groans com to catch! up. But this'll be no It was shown In the Woman's clubon Our long adventures on the wide I

Lougee Jarkeon.-, A..t..LlterarT.L.lt.rarr' Editor dina. Mr. Ray's brief message conditions of our modern prix ing from? On,' excuse us-it's trouble, seeing, that: Carlie Faulkner the evening of April 13, before Sea of Knowledge started when I
foulee Snyder Editor dealt with the future before ons, when, naturally, the subject of: the pipe house from whose our crew Bet sail on the good ship 1 ?
Bchnell,,.______SPort. lying Marjorie Clump playing la the tenchcr. a packed purse
,...t.r _AeeL Sport. Editor the graduates, and the use each of modern education arose. Finally, organ In St. Pete's Cathedral, the gate drew approximately foity; "B. 11. S.- like! Columbus as beset i qr
,...11. BIII'II the conversation The scene changes to a huge factory IBradford
dwindled to
Adklns. ______.Society Editor them would make of It. tho Brooklyn. It Id said her unique after shaker out upon an unknown and
Loll Godwin. ,_Jo*. Editor topic of the old Prophecy itself, :ability hna procured her a permanent which runs smoothly day The show consisted" of a wide vnriely strange sea but with that confidence -
Henry There are, the tpeaker said this is due to tile
Perhaps
and I day f
W.Anderlon Jr, As.t. Jok. Editor expressed by predicament of: poalticn at'a fabulous salary of numbers, being shown man that enabled him to succeed
A. Austin.____________Reporter three classes of individuals." First being appointed to write it. Professor The scene changes to an enormous ability of liUlcamb Overstreet aa imaginary steamer deck, onboard aa It hRS helped us to win also
'uteI'
we have the "Has-Been'a, those overstcr-meLhanla in the machine I
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Entertainment Albert chuckled and mused breezed
Sinclair "S. S. Seniors" a world. At length we merrily
where on
_..___ ___Report.rPrimary whose footprints on the sands of pharmacy; '
Drownlee "Is that all ? and snatched I room.A> of '
of the
rlM a Into the village
>> and Elementary up Peek la ably filling complicated. cruise. Captain A. IS. Wall, stand- port f1
time are firmly Imprinted, to guide pencil and pad of "Now deck Is the location of
paper. prescriptions. He has just been appointed steamer Ing before a microphone announced Freshmen Having presented our
younger and less experienced aspirants said he, "give me the name, age, president of Pharmacists'' our next scene That refined young to an imaginary radio audience passports here we proceeded stead E

Of Events to their respective goals height, weight and dimensions of Bureau, world-wide in Its claims lady reading the magazine la none aa the different performers would ily onward. The tea wall rough
Calendar These are the ones we can look your first Senior." I did so and Retch, who weathered storm
and Interests.' other than Dorothy come on deck, The ship "vi lilted" and we many a h" ,
back upon and say "Behold the he Jotted them down. "0. K., num now IH employed as a research such ports as England: Scotland before the "B. H. S." succeeded In

Thursday, April 26-Graduation man." Such a being the speaker ber two," Professor Ermtlno said To Hollywood, and on with the I agent for a map manufacturing Ireland, Holland Franco, Spain, reaching the village of Sophomore.
head dine
Exercises B. H. S. audito- said was Jesus Christ. after a moment of scribbling. I bhow! Bunnie Canova factory. Egypt China, Hawaii, California, At this port we added a large f

rium, at 8:00: o'clock. And then we have the "Mtght- called them out again. tor of the year's stage hit, bark* Who Is this lady with the commanding and finally Florida. Numbers) group to our present crew and our

Friday, April 27 Report Have-Been's" the most pliable of Well, to shorten a lengthy tale, :. directions as her performers go air in conference with I a chnrpcterlatlc of the different ship was now filled to overflowingwith
the three classes. These are those through preparatory paces. Our of ? It'a Mar ambitious sailors, ever hope {
cards. we had completed the entire list In number gentlemen countries were given as the ship
Monday, April 30-Summerjchool who let precious opportunity bruise a short time after which my distinguished old schoolmate baa also become famous guerite Prevail, widely reknown would dock in the respective bar ful, and determined to reach that

begins. <... her knuckles on, their door, to be acquaintance proceededto as a lady comedian bearingthe ; public accountant whose services bors. wonderful land of Senlordom. Aft,

Tuesday. May 1-May Day heedlessly- turned away in the end. tear out the sheets upon which name of "}(ate Smith II. are In demand by numerous business Besides the outline of numbers, er having preyed heavily upon',

and Health Program B. H. S. Finally comes the class which he had written take them to his In the next picture we view a firms, there was a comedy run through these past two ports we had now

grounds, 3:00: o'clock. depicts the situation of the Seniors. chemical laboratory, place them client scene in a large hospital, Next we see a long chain of the play, Involving a squad of sail seized and added to our cargo vast

This enviable position Is known aa side by side upon a section of cel- where a millionaire is having <\ transfer trucks bearing the name ors Sailor "Bill," and the Mate. I quantities of knowledge. But unlike -

The Seniors are just beginningto "Are-To-Be'a," who have a life luliod film, and carefully roll the critical operation performed. Ho "Johns' Transfer Line," speeding The Mate was consistently endeavoring Captain Kidd In the days of d

realize what theY are leaving ahead of then an adventurous life, strip up into a reel. Then Insert has employed the world's beat at with their loads of vegetables to to keep Bill busy In the boil I yore we did not selfishly hideaway

behind, the teachers friends an full of-what? Probably sorrows, Ing an ultra-violet bulb into the tendants. That white-masked Individual ward a northern market. Bobby; er room, scrubbing the deck or out our loot, but added It to our

almost new building.The most certainly some; a life of center he switched on a flood of is none other than S. R. Johns, owner and manager/ baa of mischief otherwise while Bill provisions that we might reach

pleasure! success, of uncompre- ultra-violet ray electric searchlights Johns, M. D and his array of built up a thriving business. protested with a lot of wisecracks our destination In safety

graduates have enjoyedmany hended mystery. This class la the which Illuminations, he explained nurses are Helen.Prather, Pauline And then'we view the laboratory and comical antics Every one of Aa we rounded a rocky bend one

recent parties in their honor, most desirable of the trio. : effected a process of: Priest, Opal Gllsson, Carlie Faulkner of a Fifth Avenue beauty shop, the Seniors were Involved in the fall, we approached the city of ;,,1,1Juniordom

and are anticipating a pleasanttime Then the speaker accentuatedthe transformation, an idea of his own and Vera Gainey. If the oper where Dorothy Turner is mixing production. and although/ our crew

after Commencement exer. Importance of taking Into consideration I contrivance. After a few minutes ation Is a success they'll never chemicals that ,will make. permanent Following the play the Senior was somewhat decreased In number 1

cises, at a last get-together. the power from on high,, he switched off the light, and with have to worry about chicken-feed waves perpetual and freckles Class Prophecy written by Lester we at length! succeeded In

when considering our life's work. I the reel returned to his studio. again. and red hair temporary. Austin, was read each Senior comIng reaching that city. i1

"Going' Higher," a motto suggested We simply have to put ourselves 'Then, inserting the roll Into a projector Look at that snappy roadster The next picture depicts FrederIck on stage when his or her name With a continued determination ,land

by Rev. Price to Seniors, upon the faith in His power to be and starting the motor, he speeding down Dixie Highway. No Shaw multimillionaire farmerof was called. A,, short pep meeting a marked Increase In vigor, we

la an excellent one for anyone, to used as an instrument, having no exclaimed: "My friend, you are It.,, not an automobile marathon; Brooker bossing an army of colored concluded the evening's offerings. plunged the ship forward, battling ,y,

adopt responsibility simply laboring as about to interpret, to comprehend, It's Mildred Dlnklns on her way to laborers about on one of his -- furiously against the giant sea ''I

per His dictates. With this attitude the obscurity of the future! Behold a large city to close a whoppingdeal plantations. President Roosevelt's HONOR ROLL waves but ever onward* toward the $

HI SOCIETY we can accomplish our end our initial character on tho between the company she rep farm relief program must have, last lap of the trip, We succeededIn r

without the customary worry over screen!" resents and another large firm. struck Fred full force. -- overcoming our hardnhlp. however

problems of finance society, .and Sure enough, there on the screen Alack and alas! Pull out your And now we see Norman Johns, First Grade (A-B--Paul) Andrews and the sea calmed down a '

Informal Social Chat From All religion. at the further side of the study ap handkerchiefs for this one; it'* a nicknamed Thomas Edison II, inventing Gene Noegel, Edward Kicks, bit. And like Oclyscus setting out

Of B. II. S. Following the address Mr. Ray pears the image of our jolly old picture of melancholy young hu a very practical machine Marvin Leach Garnita Hutto Eva from conquered Troy with his

met all the Seniors in Mrs. Myr- school chum Kitty Hogsed herself. manity, sitting at wooden desks. that will take the juice out of Todd, Dorothy Jean Williams, AlIce comrades, we started through the
The Seniors had a wonderfultime old acquaintances Click. -- Madge Mlddleton, strait on our homeward
tlce'a room to renew She has recently been appointeddean But it's the teacher that commands grapefruit teeth out of a bulldog's narrow
laat week. Parties, parties aDd contract new ones. MarJorie of a large educational Institution our attention; she's none mouth and the bumps out of mat teacher journey. As spring came once
and Wednesday remenls- First Grade IA-C) -- Roberta the strait broadened out and
more parties. Stump also read a In the metropolitan district of other than Alta Rhame rimony. Wonder what it's gonna more
Mrs. Paul Canova entertained 1929 Mr. Whit field, Barbara Keen Beverly Into smooth crystal bay.
night cent letter, written in by New York, but she lives in Lawtey, shifts In the look like ? joined a
them with a square dance and Ray, then studying in college, to where it is rumored she is happily redwood The scene forests to of a camp California, Again our picture ia changed Parks, Alescla Noegel Mildred Tbe good ship "B. 1L 8" glided

round dance at the Woman ClubIn his former pupil then In the married to a comic arti&t. William this time coming back showing a Beck, Josephine Johns Bryan Har- smoothly over its surface,
honor of her daughter "MissBunnie Eighth Grade :Many merry laughs where Head Forester studious bookkeeper busily arrang rell Mack Futch Thomas Williams The nun was sinking low In the
Canova who ia a popular rang' out as the accounts of Mr. "Next!" Professor Einstein cries, Schnell la directing a conservation ing figures In the credits and debits Stephen Weldon MerlilJones. west and far beyond this smooth ''t

member of the graduating class. I Ray's susceptibility to sentimentalIty -' and we see Notre Dame's immortal program that will completely replenish columns. for her employer. It' .--Olive Ray teacher body of water we could see,, our !r

The guests assembled at tbe club : were 'accounted. football heroes victoriously gallopIng the timbered lands of the turns. out to be Moll demons and Sixth Grade--Mary Elizabeth long cherished dream--the land of

house about 9:00: o'clock and were off the field after capturingthe nation. Our old school pal has large firms compete for her sere Smith, Wllla Vida Kllllngswortli! Senlordom. Wo reached the shores. s;

received by Mrs. Canova MISS\ Ca Rose Bowl classic at Pasadena. made his theme song "Fireman Juanita Barefoot Ralph Rhodes, of thlit famed land and, anchored' +

nova, Mrs Paul E. Canova, Jr., and BACCALAUREATESERMON And who la this conspicuous, white Spare That Tree" ices.And here we nee a huge residence Billy Jackson, Tommy Retch, L. C. bere. We can now begin to enjoy

Mrs. George B. Flynn. They were GIVEN BY jerseyed broad-shouldered man Next we see a skilled electrical under construction. A blond- Smith, Margaret Pearce Jesse the peace after the turmoil and p ,

carved delicious refreshments of I running out to greet them? None engineer tinkering with a radio in headed young man Is bending overa Ricks, F.mmett Ferryman.Rosa* struggle and can claim this land
other than Head Coach Sullivan his elaborate workshop. He raises
chicken salad! sandwiches, cake and REVERENDPRICE blue-print making commentsand Urn Jacobs, teacher. aa our own.
orange punch. Favors were bal Cnrter, whose superb Instruction his head; yes, it works! The new eorrectlons here and there. Eighth Grade-Laddle Boulware, Aa we look upon the setting sun.

loons shaped like men, and horns -Delivers lateretit-! was responsible for his team's tri Invention will mean another cool Who I II It but Woodfln Halle who Furl tI,.t Crosby, Emogene Drlnkoll, we realize our mUslon here Is com ,

tied with yellow and white ribbon, RaptHt Minister In Auditorium umph. million to our oM chum Joe Shu- designs all millionaires'' mansionsand Virginia Fugate. Clarice GUI, pleted. The day la now over, and ,,

the class colors. .. Ing Address. Evening Again the picture fades reappearing ford.Who large public buildings?' Markjey Hornsby Glenn Jackson, how we grieve that It la ouf last t!_ _
Thursday night Miss Lucille Sunday with a scene on a Broad la this' social worker operator Finally the film flickers an In- L. O. Jones, Jr., Billy Long Roswell .< upon this land. On the morrow we

Mitchell, entertained -at 'her summer sermon, an way stage where Annie Laura of another Hull House In a dictation that the end ia near, and Noegel Leola Norman Edna shall depart; some of UI shall draw
cottage at Kingsley Lake In The baccalaureate Tucker Is making her debut as a large city? None other than our final picture ia taking shape on Pearce Frances Peek Vernle Phil. anchor and continue our Journeytar
graduating
honor of Miss Marjorie Stump another annual event for the delivered by torch singer. And boy, does she Louise Jackson, whose fame as the the screen. A young man Is sitting lips. Billy Powell. Willis Smith on beyond thla port but others :

charming member' of the class each year was put It over with a bang! Good Samaritan-'has* spread aroundthe on the running-board of hit Lillian Stump, Arle Tlllman, Carol shall be enticed by the magic of s
Baptist pastor
C. B: Price, 'new
graduating claaa.! The guests Rev* School Auditorium .Now what's all this commotion world. car a typewriter on his kneea rap White --- Mrs. Bynum Perkins,, Cupid and sail outward on the sea
In the High ? On,, Again the scene changes with
danced and played various games A large: about an airplane landing ping out a typographical description teacher of Matrimony. However may we,
evening.
of Beatrice
last Sunday that
until a late hour when they were listen to an now we see-Captain Billy Parker the new picture of the twenty-story apartmenthouse aa Odyseua not be satisfied with e
served Ice cream and cake. Punch crowd was talk on hand on to"'Doing Up la clambering out of the cockpit to Miner, head dietitian in a large fire across the street. The A historic blockhouse on John our honors won, but sail onward },

was served all evening. Favors inspiring" be triumphantly borne on his lieu food manufacturing plant. Upon account will appear In the Tribune son'. Island In lake Erie, where unce again, exploring new lands,

were basketa of candy and small Higher. occupied by tenants' shoulders. His bombard- recent discoveries she has passed tomorrow morning with the Inscription Confederate officers were Imprisoned although we shall always remember i

corsages of yellow and white flowers The stage also was of representatives ment of the enemy's lines so devastated her motto "The" lean. you eat the "Lester Austin, Associ during the Civil War Is to be the place where we started

the class colors a choir composed various churches, who the opposing army that more you want. ated Press Reporter," underneaththe restored and preserved. It has been life's journey, end! our dream-Hhlp
of the the
In the next picture we-see
Robert Chapman entertained a number and assistedIn they: surrendered. headline By Jove! Who'd used as a stable first sailed Into the open sea.
few of gave a special Is In the bustling front of a large theatre on Broad- amountedto ,
the Seniors and his friends singing. Mrs. I The newt picture thought that mug'd ever
congregational blare out the
Friday night at his home at the Courtmanche played accompaniment office of- Ketchem and Strlppem, way. The lights Ad- that 7, A giant sunfish weighing 1,200 lie' who plants a foreut lays a

State Farm with a dinner party. at the piano for the vocal law firm, where Mary Pearce la name of Gloria Be&.'alla8 Lola -By Lester Austin., pounds was recently caught off foundation!, for future Income
under contract a
ins who Is by
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The house was beautifully decorate and also accompanied chairman: of stenographers. Amongher the coast of Long Island This ------------ -
to
,! with choice roses and fern. numbers, when the latter most valued assistants may betided prominent theatrical'producer Class great fish lives mostly In the open I
Miss Courtmanche shows. Graduating
After a four course dinner the with her violin.i Lois Long Ruth Zelgler, star in numerous stage sea and rarely approaches the BmUin' ChrliSay*
gave a number Then the scene shifts to the !Interior
Quests assembled Carolyn Hutto, and Jessie Mae coast
In tbe living arranged and decorated
room where dancing was enjoyed i The stage tastefully was with flowers and Denalson. Old man Strlppem la I of a mansion where, just Lull undergoing Red- The largest class ever to grad- I

until a late hour then they Motored shooting them a mean line but can completion, uate from Bradford High School The official low temperaturemark w
to starke and enjoyed the crepe; paper. our girls take It? grave and Catherine Hainei chum- will receive their diplomas Thursday for the United States li

strawberry FestivaL About twenty -- WRITER Who la this refined young gentleman representatives of their company, evening on the new stage. The ......y-nlx below at Riverside station

of the younger set enjoyed this I B. II. S. f SPOUTS TO CALIFORNIA I sitting at a drawing desk are,filling their roles aa up-to-the- claaa contains fifty-three grad- In Yellowstone Park, Wyoming -
GO
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loVely affair. I Our old cartoonist friend Henry minute interior daporatoraWhat's I uatea, the largest in the history of February 9, 1933.

Miss Martha Brownlee Missula staff writer. Godwin whose comic drawings are this big confusion: about the school. Thote expected to be ------ -- -
Redgrave I';I The "P.! H. S. sports in ravenous demand by all the art at the state capital? Oh thereto present at the exercises are: Lester ftWTICM OP Pi'NI.irATHIV AlORDKIl :' >
:Mlas Lola Adkins. who has played an
Lester Schnell Governor. TO .A ITU:Alt
the new
lives comes-- Clifford
Miss' companies. Henry Austin Henry Godwin,
Katheryn of syndicate
Haynes and 8. B. development
"hns active part In the married to his I E. Wall who swept the state Sullivan Carter, S. R. In Circuit' Court, Tw.nly-.IIhlh'J"dl.
at Lawtey, happily Hazen,
and A. E. be baa Just
Wall trill en- school paper, which cial Circuit, In and for UrmlforJCnunly l
"wtained our school days, but It id cleaner than a Saturday night Peek. Joe Shuford,
sweetheart of Johns Sinclair Klorld I In :

by their mothers zenith stated recently
,
Thursday bout reached Its rumored that he'll move to New bath. How well we remember him William Schnell. Jessie Mae Dennison Vera JohMnori. r<> ,.:ir.fY.v.: : *.
night with a dance that he will leave soon for Senior class leader 'way Hamilton Q. Johnson ".f..n at the Woman's Club. This Cal. where he expects York in the near future. as our Mildred Dlnkln. Vera Galney. KOK mvoar-w
will be after Hollywood. Southern The next: scene carries us to a back 'In '33 and '34. Opal Gllason, Carolyn Hutto It appearing by affidavit mad by
the of *
graduation exer- .to enter the University fellow r mplalnnnt In the above styled
at that clambering
Look
Beatrice
asses and large chemical laboratory In Chicago Loluse Jackson, Lola Long and fll. ) In
all of the Senior are ex- California. Lester possesses cuss < this Court, that II
Wed to newspaper' where we see :Martha Brown- up the telephone pole. Where's the Miner Pauline Pried Mary l I.. law bend of the Affiant that' the
last{ attend as It' will be pielr r.n uuusual knack for lee discovering medicinal processes dog partner?* No dog; just Palmer Pearce, Helen 'Prather Alta r,f.r* nf MMldtnr of the ru>fn "Get-together" this line, covering Hamilton Q. Johnson In unknown,
work' along football and by which thousands of lives are beIng Williams regulating a abort Rah me, Dorotby Retch Marjorie thitf there, ,tm art pi.riion In tha Stain l.adff a double
nearly every Tornado wire. He of florid the .xirvlco. of ..ubpfenapun
in telephone Annie
circuit a
Did : Swambom
You Know That- basketball game since he secured' saved each day. Stump Dorothy whom wnuM hind th. l>..f.nd. life i tob4
witnessed Who Is this bald-beaded official- makea that enviable profession his Laura Tucker Dorothy Turner nnt, Hamilton <,j. Johnxoii, that Af apt
this position; be>> even ".. b. ... .. .
buried In daily dozen. Ruth Zelgler, .11 ll" the b f ndant, Hamilton himasH'
looking gentleman up papers Rhoda Zeigler, beid *
and
con- Johnson,
School of the tournaments Q. I.,over the BC of
was out-watch out tor many Next we see a nifty looking soda Faulkner,
at bla enormous mahogany George Arwood, Nelson tw' nCy-on. ramrmjIT '
of the :
the iln.i.
| tears. tesU held. In otter parts ,.desk? None other than business clerk: behind the fountain In a Miami Lacy Futch Woodfln Halle Pur lf THKMKFOnB. OnDBHKD.: once .
.
we that Hamilton Jt ha"n [.
Q.
you. >
or have a new stage-believe it state. this type manager George Arwood. owner i drug store. Upon closer Inspection viII Hazen. Bobby Johna, Norman 'f.da"l In thl'>-' caUM, b., and, your while.r
net (come and see for yourself. Lester plan to follow 'and president of Arwood and Sobs, I we recognize Rhoda, Zelgler Johns, Holcomb Overstreet. Billy hereby nrdnrori In appear to lh. - -
school in ..
finishes Kill of C'umnlHlnt filed h.r.ln.n Ihn"Ih
Bradford h.
HIgh baa a new wing of work when. doubt be broken New York, who not only owna the drugstore Parker, Lester Schnell Fred Shaw, day of May l A. U, M.I4. othorwln
| may she fly JUgb.I California.! There I* no future bewOl I The scene shifts to a publishing .but severe more in other Richard Thede A. B. Wall. Palmer S..Il.Csltnna of said IMII will be Say it with Flower
We succeed and In the 55x5 5. eonr"esed by you
have will
r
the Senior ,
I J largest ambition In 'office, where Editor-in-Chief Richard towns also. Williams, Lob Adklna, Martha IT ,IM fl'HTMKIf OHUKRHD that .
High 'In the history of BradfordWe realize bis great I' Thede arrange his material The next scene'shows ua a large Brownlee Bunnie Canova,, Idell fhlw cn-iltr he pul>it.h.d on i. a week *aWeMaBB>M4jBj 0ManR>MaB eBm eHi>eaiaMi.
where ambition counts. fur four ron.nutl*. weekly l....u.nnf
a place of True : menagerie tbe;Rome of every Carlie Faulkner. Kathryn -
and the entire for the next issue Story. Clemona Urmlforit futility" 1'trlrttrm.nti, a Flowers For All
are going to have a May< Day The etUtor-ln-chlef: |The demand for this magazine baa I known specie of. animal in the Haynea, Kitty Housed, Mar .. i> r uuhllihxl atfhr
program know of Lester's unfailing r..nt.r. :; .. .
Journal staff and Htaio of OccasionsCERTRUDE
May 1. old world. Incidentally It's there we Lula :
Redgrave
ougb" become even greater since our puerile Prevatt } HtarUo, In the County of Bradford
SUmmer to "carry
ter sell1 start April 30 ability look against I classmate' )ll.a taken the helm. find' Nelson 1kner-keeper of nl Ptr nf Florida.W1TNKN4 n .. ___

with> the ona th:.- couldn't keep' up even though the here's odds to you &.es- I Prepare for a jump now; we're the menagerie. THANK '.al I all: Clerk my of said hand! Circuit and official Courtt a
the game. him "Well going across the seas, where we And now we aee a fellow witha The Senior claaa wishes\ to *x- Mlnrko, Hradfurii County, Ptorlda CODBEVKINLAW

Mary Peare ru chosen forlea ter." find Dorothy Swambom; world f... coonskin coat And litle felt bat area their rte appreciation tit If r*. his ilk day of A. April.J. THOMAS A. I). ,1J34.' l

of May. ou.:J A,E. .Wall was I moue archeologist digging up historic talking through a, mUte at at Rose Klnlaw for the lovely lovers A. dork of Twcnty-Dlxth. Judicial yn
"en Americana In 1932 spent more Circuit ('fort. In nn4 for PHONB 40
king He's the detail for decorating -
relics and remain of prehlatoria Bowl game. sending which she gave them Bralferd
home Florl-U.
Thu than County
old! Senior. '"regret leaving money for automobiles .1.401,000.- animal for her private. collection. la to the Lo Angles. Examiner Sunday night for the baccalaureate If. S. WIL80.V.ollcltor Sll Church St Sake, Ala t

ree then Bradford Ill...but we hop-to automobiles new eoB trucUoa.coating(811.380.009. I We knew Dorothy cUe UP of.wnlca he i. the sports 141.) address .. fur Complainant.4-atta-; | 4 --..-- -.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH BTARRE FLORIDA FRIDAY Apply.
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,!!9i Robert Chapman Gives 11 Six Seniors HonoredAt M. S. Circle' We wish CARD to OF take THANKS this method of omlted Among from the the old latest time remedies

Dinner Dance Party' Reception Meetings expressing our thanks to Sheriff books In England are camomile fiedirsl! 1

. Another one of the lovely parties' An ..outstanding socia The circles of the Woman's Mis- W J. Epperson and the other citizens leeches. sad
,3ocictyj /given last week in honor of the this week was the Society of the Methodist of Starke for thetr'hid. and .
Seniors of Bradford High School dunce given Thursday met Monday afternoon, Ap the kindness shown>.li9!followingour More knowledge of the
I was the dinner dance given by Robert the Woman's Club 2, and held interesting meet- recent Automobile accident at known "rock people" of the little n
Chapman at his home at the /graduation exercises Circle No. 1 was entertain the outskirts o> your city.: byan desert Is being sought '
by
State Farm Friday evening, honoring HIgh School when by Mrs.. F. H. Long, whose liv SignedMr. expedition.An n
U. D. C. Chapter
a Memorial Day Services a few members of the graduating Erownlee, Miss'Lois room was bright with calen- and Mrs. L. A. Pooser, .
To Be Held Sunday Will Meet WednesdayThe class. Lula Redgrave, Miss blossoms and a large bowl of Newberry, Florida. animal lover in France h>.
$I Memorial Day wul be Observed local U. D, C chapter will The liv.tg and dining rooms of Haynes and A. E. Wall flowers. In the absence printed on all hla envelopes a roe,.
here Sunday afternoon April 29, meet Wednesday afternoon, May 2, this beautiful home were tastefully Johns Jr., all Mrs. T. J. Griffin, circle leader, Government revenues in the Dominican !1 sage which translated, reads, An.
the exercises are sponsored by the at 4:00: o'clock, at the home of Mr decorated with quantities of graduating class, were business session was presided I Republic are increasing. imalB suffer as you do."
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. The and Mr. George B. Flynn Hostesses choice roses and other spring flow this lovely affair, which by Miss Amelia Ray. Mrs. -
ul AmericanLegion will join the : Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Emma era which made a perfect.setting by their mothers Johns called the roll and
Daughters of the Confederacy in Canova and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. for a delightful affair. Brownlee, Mrs. A. Z. minutes of the previous meet-
'A honoring the dead. Rev. B. :M. A four course dinner was served A: W. Redgrave, after which Mrs. t. D. Vlning, For
:Montgomery will be the speakerof Aspinwall-Williama/ the guest, after which dancingwas Haynes, Mrs. W. L. treasurer, gave a report for Expert RepairingSmith's
the day, and the exercises will enjoyed until a late hour when R. S. Johns.The ., past quarter. The worship ser-
and Mrs. T. S. Williams announce -
Mr.
be at 4:00: o'clock Sunday after- the guests returned to Starke and honorees and was conducted by Mrs. J. W.
non, at Crosby cemetery. the marriage of their enjoyed the Strawberry Festival. posed the receiving line and the program was on
i, Everyone Interested la requested daughter, Margaret Belle, to Olll- About twenty members, of the 'n the library, which subject of our work In Brazil. Garage
to bring flowers,* tied In small ver Aspinwall of Jacksonville on younger set enjoyed; this. lovely ly decorated with a Louise Smith, Mrs. L. A. Da-
t? bunches, to be placed on the vet- March 18, Macclenny, Florida.Mr. party.. .. ment of spring flowers. and Miss Kate Struth each took
erans' graves. the subject of work In Bra-
and Mrs. will Yellow and white, on 120
y, The Daughters of the Confederacy Aspinwall Mrs. Kickliter Celebrates class colors, was the At the close of the meeting Phone
will meet tomorrow (Saturday make their home in Jacksonvillewhere : Long served dainty light re-
Birthday AnniversaryMrs. and was executed with
) afternoon, at 3:30: at the Mr. AspInwall Has a position kets of calls lilies, to her /guests. Wrecker Service Day or Night
i to make with the Western Union Telegraph .
:Methodist Church Maria Kickliter celebratedher
//f4 endulas, sweet peas and E. ''S. Matthews and :Mrs.
wreaths for decoration. Company. anniversary .
eighty-fourth birthday -
McLendon to
hostesses
of yellow and white B were
on Wednesday, April 18, at --
which formed the No 2. A profusion of lark- -
her home in East Starke. -
Amaryllis tions for the large calendula, daisies, roses and
4 Starts lilies, various colors of gladioliand
Beauty sun parlor. Spring flowers were attrac-
other spring flowers added a The Last Weekand
The reception was arranged In the rooms where
festive note to the home, where ---
sun parlor with the guests were seated.
friends gathered in the afternoonto
k offer congratulations and bring here of the graduating Mrs. A. W. Anderson, circle lead-
With A presents and flowers to this hon- the high school faculty held a short business meeting, the BIGGEST ValuesThis
ored lady. Following the which time a card of thanks
"I i In the evening Mrs. Kickliter entertained guests assembled into read from the Orphans' Home Is the last week of our big Mm-!
rium where dancing Benson Springs. This circle sent agent* Month Sale and the special velars
Clean Skin her children and grandchildren -
at dinner until a late hour, an Easter box to the children at D that have been selected for thin wrwk.end .
a family party.
V Green Cove Springs service are, I believe, the biggest/ and the
Home. The devotional
Mrs. Kickliter was born in Can-
best that have yet born offered.
,
n Sfyy e 4 ada but has lived here for many music throughout the led by Mrs. A. Wood and pray-
Melba years and has numbers of warm Punch was served was offered by Mrs. M. E. Ed- Be sure to \'Isltat will mean a big
Cream
Cleansing the evening in the sun saving to and at the time
Brazil you same will
The was
Friends who wish her on
J; to the of many happy Miss Lucille program ItTat9ere help put my store "over the "
goes depths tiny returns of her birthday. She lethe Mary by Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Thank *;* top.

pores. It gently and, thoroughly widow of the late Rev. L. W. Elizabeth During the social period Y01LN.. N. PREVATT, Manager.
4 removes cosmetics and Martha Powell and hostess served dainty light |"WH BE ECONOMY RUU5||
: w Sternberg, attractive to the .
h dust, never reached by soap. To the younger set, company '
MEW LOW PRICES GRANDMOTHER'S FRESHBREAD
.'Ott. use this light, penetrating,cream' punch bowls. :Germans have I Invented a piano -
1 Kickliter.'I
This and
Y reception
i night and morning is1'the the
ay I one of the many parties can be transported on
4" 'ti/:d::: .. indispensable first rule for been> /given In honor of of a horse, Its keyboard with-
'!I. '. -satin bers of the 1933-34 playing reach of the rider.
;. 'hr ,AI.I... ''a'skin'of alluring r '
14 O*. Loaf Large Family Loaf Pullman Loaf
;1:- smooth beauty, "- l50c >
SPECIAL SERVICE Expenditures in the 'United
t So gentle, it seems to carets AT THE MISSION for highway construction' 6c8c lOc
'I the akin-it is to light it cannot arranged one and a half bil
The usual number, dollars a year.
4 stretch the tiniest UM
even pore. faces' were In ,
i lot face, throat and shoulders. weekly Bible.study
; ning, although there : SEZC: [ ANN PAGE Delicious Pure Fruit
you. will Oleo want.the .... For Your Protectionand ous entertainments

.', Melba Cold Cream-2e Financial Safety over town. Holiday"W. there's always some new PRESERVES 216-oz.Jars 35cDEL
>' ... The study was the American people are go-
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.-. rnYNre- Iwnw-.wd sixth chapter of crazy about. It used to be MONTE, Luscious, Yellow Cling
.......... '
Ing the three enemies of and

: : 016LBACleansing .w........--.I..Mw\...I,1...-.L--, -- Jan life: the flesh, the it was PEACHES large No. 214' cans. 29cWHITE
h..6 r.., ....Iw .W satan and the Bible and now ?Mi4t
.
Cream r_-,-...Y.w.n."tN r .4Meh ng with each,was "Who's HOUSE

... ...., .... uatrated In crayon so D 1111 0. .
..L..--,.sr..ul-...... the children might get T"This
I/ ,.sr Jttr tol mffly you EV AP MILK 3 tall 17c
tY.,., ttmt ui hit tumtPAKFUMERIE HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE" Next week there will game I cans
service with Dr. F. L. up In

I MELBA 580 Fifth Aven New.York;'NT...Y; STARK FLORIDA Church:or of, Jacksonville the ... -Middle It is West said u ;'IMPERLIL DRY-: .' 4 .,.;,. it-!

and members of his be, gaining GINGER ALE 2 Bottles, 21c

of the music. Those popularity
I .
t. I' when Dr. IONA
.. .. present day.. At I
..,.. .. before will remember present time BEETS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
.If'.. / .. ful way in which he police, a fleet of planes and ,
.
\ '" will not
want to miss
,
'1 rlfle-armed sharpshooters are WHITE HOUSE'CONDENSED
.f ".'\'<,,,i''}"jIII" I"
: ., opportunity,to hear on one side and Dllllnger la MILK Can lOc
-, I,. Service at 8.00: the other.
II ... ." f JiiI" '" ... .
." '" \ ,.. evening May 1; put
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1G .'., ... .... your schedule for next I'm' sure glad that Dilllnger COLD STREAM
hear about our Strawberry
' \ you will be pleasantly PINK SALMON Tall Can, 12c
,. .. yc If he had heard those
T\ '. entertained.
ably
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; J about free strawberries and
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1'' (. .. ., ..,, I know he couldn't have re-
HIGH
.' :. QUALITY
of to
iI" the temptation coming
.
( County-and we don't ]
M" THE; BUICK MOTOR. COMPANY RITZ, to learn any new games down GRITS or MEAL Sibs lie
But if we ever do have to

: STARKB!,, playing, I. sure hope I'm
I .' '' :* ; I It REALLY FRESII. COFFEE,IS GROUND BEFORE YOUR EYES
1'; 1 {
i' congratulates I You Wear WORK CLOTHES 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOK4R

.t t\\ I, '' BEGINNING: If So, Try "Mild."IUelI.Full Flavored., ,"VlgorouisMellow" H'iaey"COFFEE
.K J .. .. HAPGRADEOVERALLS

+ THE REGISTER MOTOR CO. FRIDAY.April X7. They Wear and Longer PANTS lb 19c Ib21c: <<;' Ib 25c

*' Plain Self
., J ''*'* ** "Midshipman ME FIT YOUR FEET or Rising ....
/ *** '"** ION A 6Ib*. 13 IbtI. 24 Ib*." 48 I.

', 0# having alreaay 3'o.tifj' ::J:934"J.: ; more Bruce SUNDAY Cabot Betty PETERS'With Pair SHOESAnd of FLOUR 25c 47c '87c $1.69FANCY

t Enjoy Foot Comfort
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April *9
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''0. : Buicks than (: JUST ARRIVED U. 8. MAINE No. 1 'I
v duririgjillof 1933s .' "David

I '?, rt I .,... rJ: t : WILL Open,Toe SandalsWhite IRISH POTATOES 10lbs 25c
Louise Dresser, '
) or Black and White
Kent Taylor,
I *. \ 'j 'I"r
\ ; $1.49
I I, TUESDAY: '- BALLARD'S OBELISK PLAIN. OR SELF RISING
,k:' *. Ma1'l.tGeorge '. Sport Trousers 6-lb. Bag IJ-Ib. Bag 24-lb. Buf

; t' At the same time, Buick thanks the,, new Fully. 1.98 Sanforized FLOUR 35c'65c $1.25FANCY


Buick buyers in this community; and 'extendsto Rudy Valtee Jlmmle

Alice Faye", Boys'' Shirts -
dpi. members of Gregory Ratoff, Chit 70-80 Size
them sincere
a welcome as All Size, and Style '
and GEO. 15c
< x r 471- Famous "BELL BRAND"79c PRUNES 2 Pounds, .

fcv'II 'its loyal family of owners. BARGAIN DRY SALT. '

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T' IT PAYS TO BUY AT
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> .. ':;' 'un el "Death Takes .A STERNBERG'SStarke P & G 4 Big Packages 15c
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Intelligent and progressive salesmanship by Buick '\', t ------ _.. Florida CLEANSER: .
OLD
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( : dealers traditional sound reliable building''' on' 1 Claude FANCYBLUE; ROSE


'1i:1: *;'*'-**'" the part of Buick and a keen appreciation of" 1 I .. Pepper RICE I pounds 23c

rl q ,
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.; FOR THE IONA Tender BABY/:
values on the part of the public have given the

.. ; J UNITED STATES SENATEWILL LIMA BEANS 16-oz.cans 25c

new Buick for 1934 a sales impetus which bids "
10NA-Red,'Rlpe;'Full Pack
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r \ i I r t. I At 8.M p.m He Will Make the Commencement Address Soap of Powder Skmork&92 l lI

,fib 44 WHIN ,. B ma.AUTOMOII1M"\ '. ,A.i., BUILT-BUIICK.. WILL .. GUILD '+, THSK at Macclcany High School it' ,
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1 Mrs. H. V Knl hlls a patientat Congressman R. A. Green has :Mra. James Shepard and daugh
the Alachua.County Hospital In been spending several days here ter Miss Cleo of Hilllard have
LOCAL.. Gainesville convalescing from an with his parents Mr.! 'and Mrs. W. been guests of Mr. and Mraj;d A. ,
: I appendix'operation performed last !t.; Green and while'berg attended Knight and'Miss. Lena Belle Kh>p- ,I
wetRilon Wednesday night. tie Strawberry: Festival ,:r ard for.several days at the Knight
::J home on, Call Street.. ,,

William Duncan was a visitor to Mrs. L. A. Dees,'Mrs. L. B. Dees Mrs. O. L, Beasley who with,her .r i
I Jacksonville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johns of :Mayo "sister, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid of Tampa Mrs W. E. Torode and ).Ir".
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and Mrs. D J. Clark of
Bradenton have been spending several Louis H. Hill of Lawtey returned
spent Sunday here with Mr. and weeks In Cattlesburg, Ky., returned -
Starts Monday Morning at Cohen's7Day Miss Ada Nlmmo of Hamptonwas Mrs. L.;D. Groen.Mrs. home last Wednesday Saturday from a several days"visit
a visitor here Friday. In Atlanta and Athens Ga. WhileIn

Athens they visited Mrs. Hill's ,
L. D.
Vining, Miss Rosalind
Mrs. J. W. White had as guests '
Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johnspent Jacobs and Charles Darby "spent, son L. H. Hill Jr., who Is;'a stu-
last week Rev. and Mrs. C. W.
,, ', ,. April 30th Thursday In.Jacksonville.Col. the week-end In Troy, Ala., where White of Jacksonville. Rev. and dent at the Unlverslty'ot''Georgia.: ;

Event r, i,, 4 ? rr g gMay> ?ill they visited Mrs. Vlnln 's sister !Mrs.\. E. M. Rooks and daughter
i ( Joe Hill Williams of Lake Miss. Ruby'Kilpatrick..
Butler Rebecca of Green Cove Springs Rev. and Mrs E. M. Rooks anddaughter +
was a visitor here Monday.
Rebecca of Green Cove "
#. a Paul B. Hale state bank examiner Mrs. W. L Edwards. MUa Leah Springs and Rev. and M.,.. W. V. c", I,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy was.visiting friends in Starke Struth and Raymond Whltehouse Jones and granddaughter, Edith j '
n '* 'Fhn were visitors to Jacksonville Tues Friday en route from Bonifay to his of Jacksonville were among those Jones, of Jacksonville were here i'
day. home in DeLand for a week-end attending the Methodist district Friday attending the district conference i d r
THE Blue Ribbon for many years assoct- u 7 visit with his family. conference here Thursday night. at the Methodist Church.'
with Cohen R. L. Geiger of Green CoveSprings Rlw.! Rooks and Rev. Jones
hI Brother, has become {y Mrs. E. Madison and daughter! are
4Ii our symbol of a great merchandising epic. waa. a business visitor here A. A. Hazen and daughters, Iva Jean, Wanda and Ilene, of ,both former pastors of the local
Each year Cohen's Blue Ribbon Balegrows Wednesday.B. Misses ,church. ,
Evelyn and Margaret and Jacksonville spent Sunday in
l
J bigger and better
from economic I
S son, James, of Gainesville were Starke with her mother and slater,
standpoint-not
economy that cheapens 1 IT Saxon and L. A. Johns of
V
Nlo for the Here Saturday attending the Mrs Q., Saunders and Mrs. Albert
merchandise offered merits an Hampton were attending to bust Dr. W. F. Dunkle pastor of the
award for quality and value. floss here Wednesday. Strawberry Festival Keen. Trinity Methodist Church, and ,
Dr Finley J. Patterson, presiding
Rev and Mrs.,C.. n, Price and Mrs M. E. Edwards returned Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Carwile and elder of the Tallahassee district,
children were visitors to Gainesville Monday from Jacksonville where little- daughter, Anne, of Tampa both of Tallahassee were in Starke ;,
to1jtijerJackeofivllle Monday afternoon. she went to be near her brother, spent. the week-end In Starke with Friday attending the Jacksonville '
: ) Dr, O. W. Brown who Is in River- Mr!!. Carwlle'a brother-in-law and district conference held at the
Mrs. R. L.. Lockhart of DeLand side Hospital suffering from in- sister Mr and Mrs. Harold C. MethodIst Church. Dr Dunkle was c +
was a guest last Wednesday of her lurics received In an automobile ac Wall at their home on North Cher- 'one of the speakers! on Friday's
Florida sinter, Mrs A. H. Green cident. ry Street program. 1mj

Mr and Mrs. J. R. Boring and i '-, -.,,_ ".: ,: .mm,_. ':' !IIIo mg'K'.;''mjfmfm m fimjfmj a'f.\mmj mfifgji ii gij j mm f m

rJ son of Jacksonville were visitors


: A here Dr.during H. B. the McLendon week-end, Mrs. E. S. Tip Top Grocery

rrr r Matthews and Mrs. Annie Richardwere
nn. in Jacksonville Tuesday.

Mills Dorothy Sapp will spendthe
week-end In Gainesville visit- STARKE FLORIDA
ti M'aYa '
ItAM ,
I
ing her aunt Mrs.iF. A. Moore.
:

Mrs. Aqullla Williams and qon Specials Friday-Saturday April 27 28
Charles!, of Alachua were week-em: ,
r guests of Mr,, and Mrs. Charley

I /i/ /) Johns .-. SUGAR Brookfield CHEESE Pound 17c *

Mr. and Mrs.?L. A. Mints of '
Jacksonville were In Starke Satur- -
day attending the Strawberry Pounds 25c

1 1I 1I I Festival.- Macaroni or Spaghetti, Pk g. 5c

I Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae and 'WHOLE GRAIN ry'

Saturday.children attending of the the Strawberry State Farm Festival were RICE GRAPE JAM, 1 lIb. 14c 2lbs. 25c N p.5 ?



Miss Rachel Smith of Madisonwas ,Pounds.. 23c
TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25c'No.
a guest last week of Miss Hazel ,
See Times-Union: for of Sale News Middleton at her home on Madi-
Sunday's Eight Pages Eon Street. 1 Best IrishPOTATOES
MILK,' Tall 3 For 17c

Miss June Bullen of Daytona
Beach has been the guest of her

r several sister Miss days Beatrice. Sullen for 10 Pounds 25c Octagon SOAP, 5 For lOc :.


Mrs. W. P. Randall( and children SNOWDRIFT 12 l.bH.' 24& I.blt. ?
ONLY PONTIACin of Jacksonville'' were guests last Beautiful I

week. M. Alvarez.of her parents' Mr and Mrs.J. BANANAS FLOUR Plain or S. R. 49c 93c x: N


Mr. and Mrs. John B Crews of 3 Pounds lOc OAT Package 6cLETTUCE

the low-priced field day Lake afternoon Butler were attending In Starke the Straw Satur MEAL,


berry Festival. or PALMOLIVE CAMAY Bar 5c
Miss Peel' of Jacksonville or

GIVES YOU ALL THESE FEATURESRead 'pent' the past week here with her CELERYEach '

nieces. K.,Perrymanrj7Mrs. Mrs.: J. Hv'Rltch' and Mrs.E. .. ._72c CHIPSO, 2 Packages 15c 1 w

this list of 15 advanced feature It tells you at a glance why Pontiac is the undisputed II
,quality leader of the low-priced field.taT&r Edna Curry of Jacksonville
was a week-end guest of her
I.eeooenieal KI&bt-C,..' '_l7 K-taeh_.--....... .M. 0 ha_.1'aa.n_+4 awa.nd Iaerio.tlm.nrlo.ed brother-in-law asd.sleter, Mr.:and Fresh, JuicyLEMONS Maxwell House COFFEE Pound 29c

KAcdaa: tr..t upri.p, with __awl C.hVB.ndL- --.aa-s le..la....Ma ... Mrs.,J.1,B..Addlson. '
--lJoablJa... a.v,b.tlo4 ......_....ae..th ba wit&p.nw r
B.utiM,r.awy i.re......Desist....... TniC + --.. 1.w.m---.... Mr, and Mrs.T, N.. Llmbaugh, POST BRAN FLAKES Package lOc
Motor
or ckb wltLe.t airs____ CZ.w/Imp. pooitl---u. radiator. Induct ell OanMl ,
Jr., of Lakeland are announcing
Be sure to see the great new Pontiac before you buy any car ride in it drive itl t You will the arrival of a daughter, Nelle 2 Dozen 25c
tree,before you have spent a half-hour with the Pontiac Eight that here is absolutely- on Tuesday April.17. DEL MONTE No. 2/ Can
'
THE WORLD'S GREATEST VALUE- :Mrs. W. a. Hall was. one of the EatingAPPLES .PLEA'CHESeeee.17c :
fortunate winners of,_a prize in an
ad writing contest now being carried DELMONTE No. 2 CanSLICED

only I AMtfamp. b. on in JacJuo vWe. .." =
1715 PINEAPPLE 17c ,
Dozen 20c
r Mr. and Mrs. D..Boree and Mrs. .
p Born ''of. Jacksonville
Randolph i
DEL MONTE No. 2 Can
wore in Starke Friday attendingthe
l1Iu.'ed. ,". 1., Strawberry Festival.Mr. Fresh Stringless EARLY GARDEN PEAS 15c
.aora.d.n.ponh.o,lie'pie.r .
'.ft."OJ. M.c4. .ana Mrs. R.'J.Williams have
.,.,.,., .....,.Will e b.. 1 as i visitors Mrs. Williams' sisters BEANS DEL 1\IONTE. Cans
lit*tor ft,tin Mrs. J. R. Stater of Dade City and
-set-..nd,,,.I,.p.*pr,''_'. Mr.. J. A. Stuart of Tampa. 2 Pounds.. 15c BUFFET FRUITS 15c r
.
it'Jl.00 .d""....."
, LrOrraN 01 .,,,.. Mrs. H,B.'McLendon U a patientat
"rioe"'0"..171 ot$"mna_''up.-- s rea p St. Vincent's Hospital Jackson- SALAD "better biscuits, bread,'
vtlle. having ua operation there Tuesday DRESSING cakes and plea withQt

Mrs. O. A. Price and two daughters size 30-oz25c B ALL A R D'S
: Joyce and Jean of Jacksonville
were In Starke Friday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Glen O. Searing.Mrs. PEANUTBUTTER Ti'OBELISK

It. A. Rennolds returned
AMAZING Saturday from Richmond Va. FLOUR
ECONOMYGAS where she visited her husband, mmmmm l}
a Lbt. 12 Lt... 24 Lb.
ON whose headquarters are in that 1 Pound ,13c
AND OIL!
ct 1.' r f, JI '' 33c 63c $1.19
2
The --' Pounds..25c
new Pontiac's and oil wR
gaa Rev. and Mrs. Laurie O. Ray of ,
economy U literally the ...
amasing
:Fernandina were In Starke Friday
motoring world.Motor!**every- Z JlVri 0 attending the Jacksonville District Best White i
fce .... : The Meat Market
are learning what PontUc }},SH OOllM .Conference of the; Methodist

Pontiac encineeq long have k110 w11. .'-.. ....'.. ....rp1.r'thee._ ..r_ Church. / B A CON LAMB, VEAL, WESTERN BEEF e
operating costs are no tile r.1 .tint
'''- ttt 1914 llr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova and Pound lOc COLD MEATS
kd
&reaterthantboeeofmany.Sae.1CErA. =-' a.d ; son. John Julian of Gainesville _

have been guests of Mr. Canova's BEST CREAMERY IIUTTEK. Pound___ 27e
mother, Mrs.. E. >A Canova" for several WEINERS.I"ollnll. -.- ----- ,12 /
PONTIAC EIGHT days. LARD SAUSAGE. Pound _. _______ __- _15e ,
NECK BONE Pound___ TYitRIBS. ,
------------ --- -
Mr. and Mrs. H.. M Wilson and 3 Pounds .23c Pound __ ________ __-, ___ __-_- ._. 12Vic

:...... t...j ,.. FOR YOUR MONEY here little from son Hawthorne have recently and have moved an TAIIA Pound ____ ___ __-' __'-_;.-? __ ___ __ lOc
MilK SHOULDER Pound ,\zytLIVER.
apartment the residence of Mrs.F. HOME MADE -- ------- -
HVLonr.lirv Pound __ _. __ _. ... __lie
PICNIC HAMS. Pound ? __.. .12/ c
Register Motor Co. : I and"'Mrs. ''U W.. Halbrook MEAT BEEF STEW, Pound _. .. -.._. _..10cnftBB l
and son of Lake City were guests
during the week-end of Mrs. Hal- Pound 12c .

., brook' parents ,Mr and Mrs. ,W.I) rrii'n

f' -. 4sT ,f_ L9RIDA -' ?re "{..Andrews, ,#. ffHHi i nnfnfHtnt ffffHnBH fB B nnBtnfFBffint fnuni Bf t

." 'IJ ., lL"tv.t 1 .... ,, ', '''. eSx'i N :.+ + '* + .
P.d la t ". '>" ', ." .! ,< eah'r.i r1/ jMw i? 7" A,1 aupWar Ya ,J'



11 ''', 'Y 5 ,nr,.,,. ,i uo-M1U'vjYd orrrrtx, ; 5, =t' 1//B/ Karrb! mgplMt+M k,ul h1.,'N N h'r.a gyr ,tiv+ yW'i'r'=n,v,,kir, a nMlNhtl TM .. ,,.a1rvifnKtra n nhrk, w',"MU gte nt'n4I '4aar1y4. -._'"L-. """ _k .



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TElEOltAFn. STABKK FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 27,

.._ __u __
._ -- RELATE-ABUSES SKELETONS UNEARTHED
.
-- -,. FORT LAUDERDALE In a : DAYTONA BEAC1h ,

, Hints To Housewives courtroom filled to overflowing, plete skeletons were taken Two CO

four negroes, all sentenced to die day from an Indian burial Satu

l.I Weekly from Rome Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWS in the electric chair, related alleged at Ormond by J. D. ,moue

FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahaawee abuses at the hands of officers. archeologist for the Smlthsg", "

The negroes, Izell Chambers, Walter Institute at Washington, who ,41'
News of Florida !fn Short Paragraphs Woodward, Charley Davis, and charge of the excavation I"
of
Conducted Demonstration Agents BE A BETTER BUYER 11 mound tJ!
p by Jack Williams, were convicted last aa a scientific prOject
1r I May of the first degree murder of the FERA. Although a n

When Buying Silk Robert M. Darsey aged Pompano pieces of pottery had be"n "

u ___..... _.. Good silk fabrics cannot be made .I""iiIIdl" __ 4IiI-- --.P -..-. -- earthed in the Un
"-- -- .----- U_ ._ fish dealer, during a holdup. mound, no discover
at little cost. Unions they are lea of this nature that

1 Style Revue To End made of spun silk, cheap ones usually NOMINATED ASK RELIEF WORK light on the age of the might thrOl
GAIN skeleton
TREASURY SHOWS
A RURAL are sleazy or excessively MIAMI--Guy C. Reeve, who as JACKSONVILLE Protestingthey wore found in the exact
Year's DressmakingBy weighted so that they will not last Miami's police chief three years ago had not shared In the gov- TALLAHASSEE The State they were unearthed spot whey

: COMMON SENSE 1 long. Sometimes silk la labeled rode out political storms by ""It- ernments building program, Treasury balance has hiked itself said and hence It Is not Jenning

4-H Club Girls "Pure Dye," If these words are ting tight" and clamping down on architects, contractors and sub upwards by $970,000. On March yet to determine whether the pol'

V9 By SPUDS JOHNSON correctly and honestly used, thin a battered pipe, Friday was nominated contractors have asked the Florida 31, the balance of all funds in the are those of pre-Columbian bone<

arj J TALLAirASSEE is expectedthat means that the silk was dyed to be Federal marshal for Emergency Relief Administrationto I' treasury was $4,325,594.46< against or note Indian,

j FARM FAMILY NEEDS 4-H Club girls of around fifteen "pure," that in, without weighting. the Southern District of Florida. put them to work on the projects -,I I'". balance on February 28 of .
AND DESERVES BEST Florida counties will partici- However, even Bilk so labeled recently approved at state $3,633,51950. Disbursements dur- The Agricultural Adjustm- ,

POSSIBLE IN HOMES pate in the annual dress revue at sometimes contains weighting.It JUDGE SHEPPARD DIES Institutions. ing March were $3,698,243.10 while Administration Is endeavoring t,
?
the Girls Club Short Course hereIn la best to test Bilk by burninga JACKSONVILLE Federal receipts ran up to $$4,338,317. take the "bumps" out of bumps

What I la the principal thing June, according to an announcement sample. As pure silk burns it Judge William Bostwlek Sheppard, TAKE SAILOR HALL crops.

needed on the farm? Any farm, by Miss Flavia Gleason, gives off the strong odor of burn- 73, fell dead on a downtown street GAINESVILLE Robert H, W. R. SMITH AT GAINESVILLE No'rUE OP ELEC'I'IO' -
; anywhere. state home demonstration agent. ing feathers and leaves only a here, apparentlythe the power .
t corner Saturday, ventea
small amount of ball-shaped ash. (Sailor) Hall, convicted Wednesday GAINESVILLE. R. Smith the lawn of the State. in th.? !'
i In about ninety-nine cases out of This revue will culminate the dress victim of a sudden heart attack of Fiori" tho
by a Levy County jury of participating prealder.t of the Florida League of rfuard of Public Instruction
If is \ the ash
silk or
heavily weighted,
and activities of Brad
hundred if ask the making sewing the oldest .
one you members He was one of I y calla
in the $2.000 Cedar Key Democrats In Gainesville tore haiti New an elorlloo
Young was -
that remains will have almost the ; In
of the farm family that question the older girls for a year, and the Federal judges in the country River Spechtl
T.x
delivered Fri- this week to District, April 28,
bank robbery, was complete organi- 1914
the original sample. at the
winner will enter the national same shape as ochool
they will unhesitatingly reply from the standpoint of service, house In New River, Florldn|
day afternoon to officials of the zation of a Young Democrats Club
dress to be held In In other words the small amountof B'or the
: A better house with more revue connec- been appointed to the purpose of holding
having State Prl'on Farm at Raiford, and at the University of Florida. He election' tht tart
silk) is burns leaving following
tion with the National Club Congress \ there away .
conveniences. One ban but to read North Florida Circuit Sept. 4, 1007. EUIOUce Kelly, M iT JohnS .
the metallic substances used to began his fifteen year sentence estimated there approximately 800 O. W
In December Adrew.xpect .
articles in any farm magazine relating Chicago, ''oJ.- .nd E. A. Snl"p, clpl'k
to the subject of what the The counties are holding their make the fabric heavy. Some- STATE ASKS TWO MILLION Imposed by Circuit Judge A V university students eligible foi- A.W..'Qk1Fy'lg MANNINO, (,hftlrman.
Hnll was brought to the Clork.
Long membership.
family would do with $1,000 or contents to select county winnersIn times weighted silk feels hareh and JACKSONVILLE u 11 U B F. 8-23IGtIG-O .
$500, if they had it. In practicallyevery the four classes, which are as metallic as you handle It. Such Stone, Jr., Florida emergency relief Aloch'ia County jail for safekeeping
case the first thing on which follows: wash dress or suit for fabrics also split and tear easily administrator, said Friday the following his capture in a
Lakeland hotel end remained here HOW mmn! CAN mn PiEd
,
money would be spent relate to the !school; wool, silk or rayon dress after a while. An excessively state would apply for $2,000,000 in
until he was brought for trial at
silk will up
} home. or suit for school; "best" dress weighted garment even relief funds for each for May and

r The Federal farm housing survey (wool, cotton, silk rayon) ; and Informal lose strength as it hangs In the June. Meanwhile, at.Washington, Bronson.
closet or lies In the bureau drawer. AND MEN' W3N
recently concluded, revealedthe party dress Each girl the Federal Emergency Relief Administration .
fact that many things are makes the dress in which she mod- Exposure light and air, the effects granted Florida HEARING CLOSES .

l needed in the farm homes. From els. County winners will partici- of perspiration, dry cleaning $1,000,000 for all April expenses MIAMI-The State Railroad The Favor of Other Men

1 roof to Bills, and all in between, pate in the state contest. process, etc., lessen the durabilityof other than transient and education Commission Saturday ended Its

they ranged. Improvements In theM Medals will be awarded county weighted silk unduly.If services. hearing on applications for tele- Unless two pints of bile juice them. to get rid of (thl. DO!*),
way of conveniences are needed in winners, while the state winner silk Is offered at a bargain, phone rate reductions, reservingthe flow daily from your liver into c"n'that I dFitroyi! i your per>on>l charm. Id,
It. for
yj? many farm home The survey hae will be awarded a free trip to the tear a little place at the edge. It BRING GOOD PRICES right to call for additional Information your bowels, your food decays in tall end dp of :your they bowels and that out doe,
c shown manufacturers a potential Club Congress. may be weighted so much that it WAUCHUL.A. -Sixty carloads of to supplement the testi- your bowels. This poisons your take away enough of the focxyei OhooD
{ whole body. Movements hard Co won
has tendered since it was first puton get
market of immense proportions for spring cucumbers have left the mony given in the past four days .Onena tree fowaofayour'kit
and You hire
constipated. : '
.. get yellow tale: will
+ the shelf hence low \
Y1their products-If. If the incomeof 1,500 Florida Farmers ; the price. local market since the season be- This decision was announced by E. tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull top J decay Poison l In your bowel,, ,
That bargain Is net a bargain. one mild vegetable. medlalne which .
the farm family can be Increased gan ten days ago, a check made S. Matthews, chairman of the eves, bad breath, bad taste gas, LiJu.rj. of your bile juice. c"n.o" ',
) to the point where the family can Offer To Reduce Hog Spun Bilk made by spinning short Saturday revealed. Prices have commission, after he and the two dizziness, headache. You have be- .er Pllle.. No calomelImernu1l" ( <
afford tic these pieces of silk fibre into a, yarn Is come an ugly-looking foul-smel'- la Carter. .e. Only fine mild Twtebu"
,
buy necessities and held up well, and the average was other commissioners, W B Douglas extracte. If would
1 conveniences. The Agricultural And Corn Production used particularly In wash silk around *3 for fancys and a dollar and Mrs. Mamie Eaton Green, ing, sour-thinking person. You personal charm you to win men.brine leek your
Such fabrics coat less and have l lest. personal charm. Carter' Little erfoVdlnJ !
Adjustment Administration Is money Tomatoes retired your e I.lver Pill. t
leas for choice grade. to consider a motion by direction
today. 2G(< at drug .
well. Everybody wants to run from lorm
meeting with some success in its O.AINESVILLE-More than 1500 usually wear continue to sell well, with fancys Abe Aronovltz, Miami attorney, for you. Raft,,". "lomethlnu just a ,,"od"O..N

t efforts to bring the farmer's income Florida farmers In twenty-eight When bringing around $3 the field crateat an immediate order after study of waters But ,don't oils, laxative take salts pilla, mineral, laxa- rectum may gripe Auk looter for Carter'teeth or Little scald \2\/\
Buying Rayons
to parity. counties the cash platform. the record as now reads. Liver PIN. by name. and got yf.
are offering to reduce rlv candies chewlnsr' and .. ... .
nm" her fa WrIff
win 4"i 00'i r M Co. __._
should not not
Why the farm home their hog production by one-fourth Harsh, stiff rayons are so - -

have the conveniences-really necessities and their corn acreage by from satisfactory as the soft, pliable .
{A -which modern homes demand ones. Many soft do not !\' -h-
twenty to thirty per cent In 1934 rayons .;. ; ptl't; "' Wk "1
Surely the mere fact thatit and.1939, according to figures received wrinkle'and are very useful and K i',"AI'h'fJ"G" ;. ,, "'-1'
is a rural home la not enough by the Agricultural Extension inexpensive. Avoid those with ; "'.:\' ;'; I.<
fl to justify keeping It in a primitive Service from county agricul- fibres which break off and pull out ,,*..'f.. '\';.,;.:,,';'' I., ""-t; !r' "\."'" .
i state forever. tural agents. The contracts are readily. Rayons, especially cheap :ft""" !>!':>;f;' }. ,' '. "

Recently a noted woman of the now being checked In county and knitted fabrics made of these '" V,...: i ;.{i; ;
4e northern part of Europe visited state offices and will be forwardedto fibres, are sometimes heavily -,. ..:t.% fiig.... :j .. .';jfJ. {.,;.tt:, "<
dg' Florida and spent several months the Secretary of Agriculture for weighted with substances which ?.0':":;/t'::- ;.w'. '" ,"" i16'o"",srcltaq'0."" J.1t ''n'' h!'

;yl here. She was Interested In make acceptance.The are removed by the first washing, ;.;'.1J.. .;*'/" v .,

4, ing a study of conditions here and co-operating farmers will be leaving a flimsy, unsatisfactory .. {;a CHEVROLET I

t, of our methods. of education. When paid rental and benefit payments fabric. Some rayons are very if
asked what impressed her most weak when wet and must be .-
estimated to amount to around
about Florida conditions, she said washed with great care.
$120,000 on hogs and $30,000
she did not want to be quoted, but on '" "
z she could not become accustomed corn the acreage. This is a part of II Canning Contestants can afford to put
Agricultural Adjustment Administration -
to.Ul, huts and hovels which answered -
program In Florida. '
as homes Proffered Prizes In

.The farm family deserves an income While tabulations are far from
i
sufficient to provide a good complete estimates place the num- Nation, State, County FULLY

I home, and then it deserves and ber of hogs covered by the con- -
tracts at around 43,000 head and
,
should have the home as soon as TALLAHASSEE-Prizes in the
the income is obtained. Contracting farmers agree, to reduce 1934. 4-H Club canning achieve-

production by twenty per cent ment contest, Including a $400' ENCLOSEDKNEEACTION f I II
ttJ of this number. Only market hogs
scholarship for the national winner,
are covered the contracts.
OVER WOpk,1. by
trips to the club congress in Chi-
-. Jackson, Suwannee Columbia t
; Levy,
NERVES cago for state winners and medals
a and Marlon Counties have
for county winners will be awarded
L. I I
the largest numbers of farmers
...
this year by the Kerr Glass Manu-
signing contracts, and are amongthe
facturing the State
c( Company,
4r b .. heaviest producers of hogs. Home Demonstration Department

t has been advised. with

I Reports must be submitted on
i.. t t 1 contests In not less than fifteen percent

of the counties before the

Why state award is made, and to qualify SHOCKPROOFSTEERING

states for competition in national

Liquid Laxativesare contest
9a --a .. k1,

The people who have achieved, >a
Back in FavorThe who have become' large, strong, ****! r,, An d

A vigorous people, who have reduced ... <-y, <\; -,
their Infant mortality, who have

the best trades in the world, who on a low-priced car

have an appreciation for art, liter-
J.'
ature and music, who are progressive 4
UP TO your ear* hi work.N. In science and in every activIty -

wonder every nerve KB high tension The{public Is fait returning to the use' of the human Intellect, are peo-
sna the
yon at
wife
of who have used liberal amountsof
'and bark at the ehiMren.t liquid laxatives. People have ple
f TVatah" cutl Overworkedasms learned that the properly prepared milk and Its pl'oducts.-Dr. E.

M NemQI nay lead u...to" .Sloepjdeaa liquid movement laxative without will any bring discomfort a perfect V. McCoHuro--j- SIn / When you pay the price meet world's largest"builder,of cars: ran

... 4M fcaajaiM**' --.... Merv>, it the timer or after. 1933 American farmers of a Knee-Action car, you afford to make the necessary huge invest
__non and a host te ,
a .Wr unpleasant dlstnrbaneen.Why The dose oi) a liquid laxative tan bought a billion pounds of seeds, naturally want genuine Knee-Actlon and ment in new machinery-and still keep
f don't yon try Dr. Miles'aTerveecee be varied to suit the needs of the for which they paid 40000000.
Nervtee TabUtefJwt Individual. The action can thus be The Federal seed law requires that all that goes',with'it. You want the new and you'll never price among the Invest oj the lour. Only ,
dg one fa a half claw. ef regulAted. A child is easily given the atatementa as to purity and germination the asiurtd
You
;best. want the
its Chevrolet has the and
ride at
water makes: a pleasant spark right dose. And mild liquid laxatives of seeds which enter interstate gliding ... be satisfied with resources

Ba. drink delightfully ooihtn.T do not irritate the kidney commerce be honest. huskiest,,sturdiest front-end you can buy. any volume of sales that permit this extra production
ft* over-taxed nerve*. Doctors are generally agreed' that Other low
Dr. 1UW Nervine .. also canoe I is the best laxative for every And of co"ne., you want shock-proof priced car cost. Chevrolet does it becau
..... IB two forma Utf dd aai More people In the United States
i -
body. Senna la a natural laxative. II 11 but O.Y
_."weAl Tablet. Both.**** does not drain the system" like the moved to cities and towns In 1933 steering. You pay for them you Chevrolet believes that to KEEP

1; ... .... -.Ir .if... cathartics that leave you to thirsty. thin moved to farms. The farm- get them all, in the low-price ,, field, only ,SELLING THE MOST CARS, yot'
SM at JTMHT drag 8&GIN Dr. Caldweil'i Syrup: Pepsin Is I e ward. movement in 1932: was
I liquid laxative which relies on scans greater. from' Chevrolet. The reason is simple. MUST KEEP ON BUILDING THE
I' > "' r' for Its laxative action It has the Knee-Action ,wheels Comp r. Chmrottft tout Jtliver&t print
average person's bowels as regular at Florida ships more fresh tomatoes Fully-enclosed ; are, and.ay C. ]f. ..4. C term*. BEST.

/rt) clockwork la a few weeks time. anJ beans to market from No- costly to build-so costly that only Chev- A General bison Valu* CHEVKOLKT MOTOR COMPANY,DETROIT,MICA<

NERVINE You can always get Dr. CaldwelTs. vember through May than all other

rFt 1 ,, \ 1 Syrup Pepsia at any drugstore,ready states combined.'
for' use. Member N. R. A. j.ijBBSBJJKpa) d
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Orldnary rode are mont palatablewhen

SEE THIS CROSS attractively served.

Notice |Is hereby. given that under. '
that certain final decree of forertoaiii --t
It Moan the REAL ARTICLE and sale. rendered by the Hon. k _
i 00.. Win. Jackson. as Judge Pro H.uVice _
of the Circuit Court of Ilrad- *:g gNOCE
;. a certain cause No. IIS, In said Court
pending. wherein. C. 1. Htoikwell. a.. = .PROOF 80 OiSEMWEi CABLE-COMTiOLLEi
GENUINE 1SA:9 ER Of BaywrManufacture ConHervator, for Dank of Stark, a BORIES B1ITEEIIH

a }: ASPIRIN : Florida HankingCorporation, la. plaintiff and, II InI'onnarvatorahlp L 10 MILES PER NOOK BRAKES FIVERSAVE
1 I
A. D.w at. al. are defendant, the
Y, underelarned, a. Special Master byaald
I d......... 'appointed. to execute, .
name, will dnrlna. the legal hour of
( i sale on Monday May 7th. 134. at WITH A CHEVROLET VALVE-IN-HEAD
When to buy Remember this for SIX
you go your own the south door ot the> county eourthouaa
', Just remember this: Every protection. Tell your friends) at Starke, Bradford CountytFlorida O.ALz apyama.vvd,
tablet of real of about it for sell. to the. hlffheat and beat.
aspirin their protection. bidder. for cash the following d,,-
Bayer manufacture' I is Demand and pcrlbed landa. and premleea to-wltz
K% of HWH of 8RU Dr Section IT
tamped with this cross. No get Genuine Township I south Ra.... ft Raat.eubject .
tablet without this cross to Bayir Aspirin. to morla-aaT* of Bradford TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY
County Bunk also WH of Kfe of
GENUINE Bayer Aspirin. 8BVi of Bald edition. ,' township. and .
? range, all.In Bradford County Flor- I
'
Safe relief for headache oolds, tore throat lda.

paint of rheumatism ,and neuritis, etc. Ae Special A.Master 8. CREWS.1. Chancery, /

Cvffvlfl,. t rtr Aiofrbi, Dot Not. Horn the Heart ta.r.r o. .KNIGHT Attorney it. for KMIOHT Plaintiff."lStli. ., | >

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BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA P.VGE SEVEN!:
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MILLIONS OF FISH DIE trlct No. 2. comprising South Starke foro I
feel fully qualified to serve .....
Inscription T U A Owarr Amount
and
Miami Fla.-Millions of tropical Theressa. subject to the will of I you. Your vote will be appreciated

fish stranded the Uemocrntlo voters In the June R. T. OBTKKN. Lots 4, 5. 6 of Rlk U. 4ji
by receding waters primary. If elected I will strive In Paid 7,
( Pol.
Adv by 11. T. O teen). .
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Livingston Truby & Co' (ti'
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are gasping out their lives In the future as In the pnat to deal ,
Addition to Htark InWh
Everglades, while flocks of gorged fairly hunls. with of Bradford matters. pertaining County. My to past the. FOIl COUNTY UlSriilCT r"O\I.II1"'OllI'It.%o. ... : ': of N15V4, '- .*.-S3Lota c sit Livingston, Truby & Co.. 8.4S At '

birds stand a death watch. An expedition "Jiwilc-no. as a board member To the. Democratic Electors: of the 1. it, 13. 14 of nik SO.LIvltiRxtnn J
of the should be of value to (I lie taxpayers County (Commissioner District No. 4, 'Trnbv 4i Co'x f4n j ,
feet and alight : Tropical Biological and on this record is an official. :I of Bradford County Florida Addition to Mtarke: In
1jWord ia j lamp nato my ute my path.-Paalll UftlOb.lfrfrtt'iirt : society returned today from a survey earnestly solicit your vote and. sup I hereby announce, mv candlducy: W ii of NKVi-_ -,-SS tit J. n. Moora...__________ 1T.4S I)

-- ", trip into the 'Glades for a distance port for member of the Board of County Lot 6, T, of Blk Z<>. LivIngston ', '
:;; ; : "rtf All religious teaching doctrine or Respectfully, Commissioners, of Uiadforil County Truby &: Uo'a 7W' .
Itt 11.-. y.WUti.; creed if they are to have any claim of 50 miles west of Miami W. C. 1IIANNINO. Florida. from Commissioners Dla-. Addition to> titark In

love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony! with and reported the vast expanse of (Paid Pol. Adv. by W. C. Mannlns.) trlct Number Four unIt respectfully W lit of NEV __!S SSS3 Mabel heists >rersrenu. 1S.4S \
the solicit the support of all true Democrat tots 5 6. 7. B I 9 .10 of TllkSI. .
jpoII Chr whose words fit into saw ?4.t
the fold and
" of JesUl every and crevice grass prairies cypress to FOIl COUNTY COMHIftSIO'VtCH' of said District at the Primaries. I.lvlnHHton: Truby A t '
JttSkSnan heart and whom it wa said in John 7:46.. "NEVER MAN be almost bone dry. I take this method of annuunclng Should I be elected 1 pledge. ('u'.. Addition to Stark 1 .

LIKE TiffS MAN." my candidacy for re-election for the loyal and faithful support to the InV of NWfc--_,.______S3 6 Frank Morgan.......... IS.41 o i
SPAKE office of County Commissioner for best Interest of said county.A. t
Lota I, 2. S of Stilt 1. Livingston
Bradford and Union comities are Invited to HM this de- FOR lUlL BOARD DistrIct No. 1. 1* SULLIVAN. '
of Truby A Co's l T
.tnr* I (Paid Pol. Adv. by U I."Olln..r .
t. of church activities, organizations and announce- Tallahassee Fla.-Jerry W. Carter solicit your vote ami support, ) Hub-division of NE>.4 of .

nt for new and made the who was state hotel and promise. If elected to dischargethe FOR ('Ot"1"iCOq'duI5sION" NEt; __,.__.._____________11 6 SS Annie William.,_______ 21.45 ,
freely given no charge only requirement commissioner 1 duties of this office to the bust I ER
J/lltlo/ pace reach thla office, before under of my ability. I ITHICT, 4. All Blk S, Livingston Tru ,' v -
Wednesday
Items morning appointments Governors
by
, that such J. M ROSIER. I I take thin method of announcing by A CD'S Hiibdlvlaloiiof '
** be handled for current! Issue.ISTIRKE NUVi of 0 AnnIe Williams.,_____.... U. .
'" J they cannot Catts Hardle and Martin (Paid Pol. Adv. by J. M. Rosier.) my candidacy for County Co mm In- NE4---------93! S3t -

-_- has announced he will be a candidate sinner from Dlntrlot 4, comprising SH of nik 5, Livint stomt, 4 o
Hampton. Therenna. and, Urah..m.aubject Truby Co'si Bub-divi ,j ? .
CHURCH DIRECTORY tered'unto, but to minister and to for the State Railroad commission ron CODMTY ro,iMissioKitDistrict 8 to the will of the voters In sion of NE'4' of NIiJl'a.2S SSt Unknown ....__________ a.l' .
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Group 2, In the June Dem- the Democratic Primary of June R. Lots I, a or NH of Blk E, It $
for I i
give His life for a ransom hereby announce mvself, ,\ a carnl!- If elected 1 promise to do my best
It ChurchRev. This Is said to be the first ocratic primaries. He opposes the date for re-election .* County Commissioner to render fair and Impartial decisions Livingston, Truby A C'o'nHtibdlvlslon i1 .
many. of NliiVi\ of
First Baptist : from Dlstrat No, 3 South I
" incumbent Mrs. Mamie Eaton- and try to serve the best Interests N\\o; \ _________... _
C. B. Price. pastor. time Jesus referred to His death as Starke Bradford County. If re."lel.t..11 of Bradford County at all times ____.111 SS Louvenla floberuon9.45 .Sjs
Greene. I will continue to KM of lilk I and Lot 1, Sof Ei. t
the
give
J. for Your vote andvttupport will l>.
A. or ransom man
Sunday School 10:00: a.m4; a sacrifice I district and county the bent service appreciated. Blk 7 and Lots I, S of 4l-
Superintendent. kind. nf which I am capable. Your vote H. V. SAXON. Hlk I and all lUke 9. 10. iiM to
'niomM, Political Announcements I IFOR and support will be appreciated, (Paid Pol. Adv. by II. V. KaxoiO.XOI'UM Livingston' Truby Co's ti
vornlns Worship 11:00: a.m.B. Christ ha exerted a greater Influence I I MALLORY THOMAS. Huh-dlvlslon! of Nlfili of .

v Y. P. U., 6:45: p.m. upon the world than any (Paid Pol. Adv. by Mallory Thomas.) OFI'I'I.I.'.\TION: FOHTAH NKV --_--.. ._" --.SS t S3 Livingston, Truby & Co.. 8.80Blk '
" CO\OIIP! W iii ft of I.ots ,S, 4. tli t 4 f'
nl':":"
I I Evening Worship, 8::00 o'clock. 1 other who ever lived and la commonly hereby announce that I am a I'I'I FOIl COl'\TV" OOWMIKIIOMCUI : NOTICE IS HKHKBY (lIVEN. That 16. and W its: tt of Lots .. i4l'ik'

" Midweek prayer service Wednes- and rightly regarded as the candidate for the office of member > ;'.' NO. n. U. I' Jones, holder of Tnv Certificate 3, 4 of ilk 16 and 1CS41: .
,< of the House of Representatives After careful connlderatlon. I No. asi. 7th day of July A. I). of Lota 1, a of Ulk IT, l l..t
I daY. 8:00: p,m. greatest of all, yet He had no con- fl'ollthe Second' ConarreHHlonal, Dtatrict hereby announce for County Com. in30, has filed said certifbat.. In my and Hit, of I'.ut* 1, >II> of 9 i
II :....-- cern for the things which had been of Florida subject to the Democratlo missioner for-Dlstrlct No. S. Feel office and made application for tux Silk 18, 'Llvlngnton Tru 4 -
I primary election In June. like by A ( 0'. Hub-division
with the
short
experience I deed to Isaue thereon In accordance' /
I. Church Of Christ traditionally associated with great- I have a record of public service In have had would' be able to serve with law, Said I certificate embracesthe1 I to Stark of NKVi of .

(First Christian) ness. He traveled an entirely different Haker. and Madison Counties and the you better In the future than In following described. property sit NK14 -u_ -_ .__, .28 a si Dora Al Pastor. ; Third Judicial. Circuit of Florida the past. If I It meet 'the approval of uated In Itindford County Florida. Lot H, 4 of Klk S7. l.lvIngston. ("li i.
neither wealth .
K. Earl Voiles, road. He had consisting of seven counties, the the voters of ., to re- to-wlt! The Southwest quarter of{ Trilby ItCo'* iL
Services for SundayBible nor position, and lived a simple life I lament In the at&te. You are Invitedto elect me, I will f..rrhfllllY discharge Southeast Quarter of HouthwestQuarter Hiiu-division of NBVt of '

School. 10:00: am. have had retinue to investigate not only my record of all duties coming before. ma to the Section 'lwenty-flvf, Township NlflU' -------.---- k.-CIS 8 88 A. O. Jenkins..._____ S.4( .
He might a service but my manner of living.I beat of Lots 1 i >
my ability. Thanking you Five $uuih,, Range Twenty-two or K 4 of l .&l i '
Worship and Communion 11:00: minister unto Him but Instead He hereby promtHe, you the name for the past suppot t, I am, I II Kant, containing ten acres more or Livingston. Triihy A Co's p' "
to faithful service renduied my people Sincerely' yours, lens. Miib-dlvlslon to Htaike: .
m. devoted His life to ministering and wIll continue to live, If withinmy I 1* U CONNER. I The nssennment of said property of NhJ4! of NrC'4u.2S! 5 S3e Mamie Dell.._________ 10.4t /j .
[ Evening: Worship 7:30.: others. Ho told His disciples that power, HO as to reflect honor and Pol. Adv. by A, I... Sullivan), under the said certificate Issued WAS 2H Livingston Trilby l
He to Jerusalem and dignity, to this high office. Should I 1(1'.1 hi the name. of Mary Wynn. A Co'* "Muli-dlvlslon to h .
Welcome. was going up 'i
the Voters, of thin dlntrlct gee fit to COUNTY! COmiIt! "IOKHIUSTHICT : Untena said certificate shall be t
redeemed .t"'ke of '
of 21e Joe
NK14 1h28 Hogan ____________ 10.11 y .i
that there He would be betrayedand bestow, upon me this honor they IV o. It. according, to law tax deed Ulk 30 ex Lot 9, 4, I.lv. '.t .
Methodist ChurchRev. mocked and crucified. This may rent MHHured that I will considerIt I hereby announce myself. a can will Issue thereon" on the 2dth day Ingston Truby A Co'
a sacred, trust and that my every didate for County Commissioner for of Mny. A. D. ID.14 Muli-illvlslon, I I lo Slants. .' ,, .
B. M. Montgomery Pastor. seemed to indicate anything but effort will be for the bent interests Dlntilct No.6. comprising Hrooker Dated, this 33rd day of April A. n. of NIC'" of NWm________ .88 82e Livingston Truby & Co.. 3.4t I
Sunday School, 10 a.m. greatness. But it was the path to of the people I reprenent. and New River, subject to the will 1934. Lot >a> of Ulk I I. Livingston I
Your support and vote la solicited of the voter on June Sill. A. J. TllOMAS. Truby A Co's Subdivision

Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. His supreme achievement. His and will be appiedntrdJAS. If elected, I promlne. to render, you Clerk of Circuit (Court to KlHik ofNKVt .otj

Young People's Meeting-8:30V. : high test and most essential serviceto R. (JIM) KELTVY. a fair and Impartial administration Bradford County Florida. of NKU..,..________ .88 S3 D. L.. Lloyd.?._._.__ 11.C' ItI
Paid Tol. Adv by Jaa. R. Kelly: and having served on I this board be. .-1116tI511NOTICE| t| >
the world was "to give His life a Lots 1, 4 or HVj of JIll 33. ,

Evening Worship-7:30 P. M. ransom for many." This was a 'V.41.I.\f'IoI8TtRG'I FOR fONGIIKIS: tfub-UlvlHlon Llvliigstun: ruby to Htark A Co's V

service which nobqdy can duplicate I respectfully announce that I ama uf NK14\ of NttlVi________.28 6 82 Oscar Dell_____________ 8.4S .

Prenbjterlun Church and which does not need to be du candidate for Congress, Second nik* 37, 88. Livingston I j' 1I.'t
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District of Florida, subject to the Notice la hereby ,given that the following lands. will I h<. sold at public Truby &: Co's Huhdlvlslou II,
Rev. George H. Lowry Minister. plicated. In rendering It He has Democratic primary In June, 1934. auction! on the FIrst Monday In May 19S4, It being the '7th day of ....101 to Htuika of M'J'of I 'l,.
Services next Sunday as follows: established a supreme claim upon Whatever appears to make more month before' tho court house door nt Stark. In liradfonl County State oC NKV. .-- . .28 II ssa A. O. Jenkins. -____...... 18.4$ & .
certain the equality of men In their Florida, or ao much thereof an will be necessary to PRY the amount due for Ulk 44, Livingston Truby '
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. our effectlons and our lives, and a struggle for "paaco. prosperity and taxes net. opposite the ennui, together with the cost of such" sale ,anti ad. A Co'* HII b-II v..I..n. tu

Williams superintendent. mode of salvation for our souls. He happlnenH". has had and will continue v..rtl"lng. Htarke of N' b3V.. of NhH428 saI A, O. Jenkins.------.. v.Itd

11'00 A. ?M.-Morning Worship; i is now our mediator with God. Hu- 1 to eb'vhn;! r active support under, .. CAItL JOHNS Tux Collector. Frncl Ulk 0. IVinple's Ad.clltlon ,
no matter name or to Btarka In NBUnf
rmon by the pastor. mility and service constitute real what banner It la advanced.I Description See. T It A. O.....r Amountwanvift NWV4 unU Win of

8 P. M. Evening: Worship; greatness, open to us by followingthe see In the New Deal an opportunity Beg 8i4 ft W of NE cor NEV W uf Sty ._ .._ __.2$ S3a .L.. 0, Powell------------ It.4'
to promote my conviction that "f PK'/i of NFIVi: and Lots 13. 14 of Hilt 18. Tomlile's '
run
7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. Lord IB His lowly service. of the AmerIcan, atandard. of comfort ins ,
B ins ft, \14 Addition to Stance
mg and sermon.A mankind. of llvlngr-CAN AND MUST essentials he rainedto oflifefood ft N 108 ft to bag .,. __ .25 6 23: Starling Mo Coy________| 11.40 In NHfct' of NWW. and
cordial Invitation to all our : a point where. 'tho medical 1 treatment Tom 105 ft S of NE nor ot14F..4 WMi\ (>f NKV W of lly___..28 ssa s. n. Osbol.n.__._______ 81.e.
xhelter. : of NEil:' and run W Lots 4, .6 nf' \Ulk 14. Tttmp.
vices extended to all.SUNDAY education and time and means- 420 rt, S lot ft. w uo rt. pius Addition to Htaike
available
S for recreation after labor-are N 1 loll ft to hear 6 S3 J. J. Keller...._________ I.CD In NlC',% of NW4 and
,, under the
to every cltl E inn ft of N 24S'ii( "vil'29 WVii of N1S14 W of Hy___ 88 ssa C. A. lPutolm.------__ 7." 4

SCHOOL BOB JONES Stars Upon. and theRe Striped.principle t earnestly of N W'/; of SE'4 of lte'42S' 0 33 -Jonephlno Olover ______u_ 0.80 Lot 7 of Ulk lit, Temple'

aak for your vote and Influence. Ijot Fl and fraol part of lot Addition to Stuikn III
WALI-AOB STUKCI13. O Silk 1 being 68\%, ft N NK'4: of NWJ4\ and Wilt
LESSONFOR Candidate for Conirrand. and 'H hv 210 ft 11: and W of NKV! W of lly___.... .28 23e C. A, li'utoh----------.__ LII
Paid Pol. Adv. by Wallace Stunjln.VOIt also. coin at NW cor of Lot a uf nik 87 Temple's
: OMMENTS landa owned. by J. <>. Addition. to Htnrku InN
IE(iI! lATlllIl Turner. on Cherry St and 101,4 nf NWJ4\ and WHiuf M
APRIL 29. 1034 ((1 ON I wish hereby to make official announcement run N on said St B8M, It MilVi\ W ofHy- _._ ._.,..88 saa C. A. Futo"_____..____ 3,06
; of my entrance Into the K! 210 ft to Church St. Hon Lots 13. I 14 of Ulk 85. Peek' .
HERE AMD race for State Kepreaentatlve from Church Rt 02<4 ft, W Addition to Stalks InNW
Subject: Christ's Standard of aubject to the will 210 ft to beg Original \<4 of NWW N of Otli
HEREAFTER.Professor of Bradford the Demociatlo County, voter of thin Town of Staike In NK14' St _____ ___________.88 sa Futch'& Klokllt.r._____ I.e.

reatness. county. of 8WM .- -.29 6 12 J. O. Turner ___________ IO.n Lota 5, II, '7. 8 of lilk 8.
Golden Text: "The Son of Man i was born and rained In Florida Lot, 2, 4. 6 of lilk 3 a* "". J. (I. Alvarea, Addition to .
lUDe not to be ministered unto but and have apeiit' thirty-eight yearn In tended on ISnuev. Man.. Mtai'ke* H of MsdlMon and .
Belts head of the the state, and two year In the Original Town of Starke.r. W of Walnut Ht! *____-....88 8 22 Louvenla V. Dowllng.. .._ .....
o minister, and give His life a ran- research In the School of World War. I have never resided. or In NKVt' of 8W14--------- -28 5 12 Chu. Crutchtleld ______ 10.CD Loin i, a, a, 6. 7 of urn 1.WYlln' .
iom for Matt. 20:28.: graduate worked In any other atate. I have t of Bite' 4 a. extended Addition to
many. Education at Northwestern UnlVersity. worked for twenty year In the on Knaev Map, Orlitl! I1'1'' \ "Hturk In NWVt I uf HWy..28 a saS3 R. F. 1)etnoreat---------
Lesson' Text: Matt. 201728.: "a questlonalre schools ,of Florida and 1 believe I Town of Starke l In NEI(, \. ,: Lot 4 of Ulk I L Wynn a
Time and Place of Lesson: recehtrysen know the needn of the school, the of SW'4 _?',.____ a 12W.. D. Parks------------- C1.49 Addition to "Htark InNWi
larch A. D. 30 Jordaniver to fifteen hundred protestant children and the cltlaen of Florida N'i of Illk 1 14 Original ( of BWi? "__ __.._11I I Verne Demorsst......_ 8.11 ,
; Valley of ministers In the vicinity of Chicago. aa. well aa any one In the state.I Tiiwn, of Storks, In NEH4' Lots 8, II, 10 of tllk 1.Wynu' .

near Jericho. ministers am In this race for benefit I can of SWM _._,88 8 23 II. A. Bishop.__...,____ 13.16 Addition. loHturka
Jesus "took the twelve disciples More than seven hundred lie to the cltlxenH. and future cltlxeii Lot. 4. 8 of nik 8. Original "' In N W !V. of H\V>/; ..88SS 8 S3 n. F, tiemoreeL.------
replied to the questlonaire. Two of Bradford County and the whole, Tnwn of Btarho, In NEii' Lots A, II, (! of. Ulk I.
part In the way and said unto students State of Florida. and I will work of SW'. -._.."- .28 8 S3 Florence C. Flynn_,____ S9.lt Wynn's Addition to '
hem" The statement he was hundred of the number were hard toward thnt end. Your support Loin 1. S of. nik 7. OrIginal, Htarke ,In NW % of HVt.. ( S3 D. \V. UollowlLV'_______ 17.11
In theological seminaries. A will be appreciated Town of Starke In NIS'i' i \ Fracl Lot M ami \3 .
8:1:1
>bout to make was Intended for of these ministers Re l..Ulllly.LEON of HWVi _28 8 83 W. H, Parks.--------- 41.11 # : Lot F of Ulk 8.
heir Information alone.-"Behold, large percentage A. GRAY. r.otn 2. 4 of Tllk 8. Original Wynn'a AiI1tiOllttm,
said that they do not believe in hell Paid Pol. Adv. by Leon A. Clray. Town of Htaike., In NEii Htarka NW'A of SWfc.88 8 83 n. 1"'. Demnorsst-------- 8.4J

he go up to Jerusalem: and the and of them do not believe In of SVVV4 .-28 8 S3 Jame Kite __.....___ 21.15 One lot buiindeil, N by Duvl p '
Bon of Man sha'l' be betrayed untohe many FOIL ni.uitl..NE''r.tTI'I : <1 LOH ii. 8 of Tllk 8. Original and Truby',* Add.' tlby 4
chief priests and unto the heaven. A vry large percentageof wish to announce! Representative that I am a Town of Slarko In Nlflli Sty, U by land of Mrs, gp

these ministers do not believe In candidate for State of SWH ...-SS 6 23 Jllre.' Emma Murrhea.SS ..__ 21.18 Kllllun cud W by Walnut -
to
krtbes, and they shall condemn from Hi'ud ford County subject June 8. B .11 ft 11 In of Lot ft, 8 of St.-----: ._ ..._ 88 8 S3 Mr*. O. J. Griffin..,,.,____ 31.71 .
Yet
are
devil. people Primary on
rtim to death. and shall deliver Him a personal the Democratic horn and rained; 1 In Bradford Bile 15 Original. Town On. lot 110 ft Nand H 4 ..
.0 the wondering what is the matter with I was educated. In the Public of Htarka, In NR'/i of by 390 ft M and, W,
Gentiles to mock and to America. America needs about six 'ounty .and Tax Payer of thla HWM\ ___-. -- 8 S3 A. It: John___......__ 87.46 huumled M by Walnut I
courge, and to crucify Him; and SchoolS and am elected a Representative One lot RO ft K and W by Ht, N tiy J. It. bavin ami,
months of "hell fire and damna County. If your TO ft N and H III MW ,
cor W .
he schools of .1 W. Alvares by .
third the .p
[ day He shall rise "again. I will support ; : .
,
Ulk
of C. U Peek rei and H
tion" preaching. People need to Bradford County to the Temple i Ave by .
a ?Matthew 16:21: and chapter Florida and ability and endeavor. to bounded. S by MadlaonHt Ulk U of Junes, Add.. '" ..2S 8 S3 O. W. Alderman.**!,.._,_. .....
learn again that sin Is sin and that limit of my W of Court Rt. Orlgi.troil
7:22-23.: Jesus foretold His.death nee that all chool are given a Corn at SW Cor of Mudl- ;
Town of Stark In
>o His disciples.Then sin damns.the old America time gospel needs which to hear our square Jam against deal.. the no-fence law and NB(4( of 8W4! ..________,88 8 23 Clara, L, Peek.._______ 10.36 H son 2a and"'4 l Hay ft, W HI**HOI and ft.run N ,

.
came to Him the mother of again will do my best to see that this law In One lot corn SBVi ft E of 3X8 ft to Madison Ht, .,'
ebedee' fathers preached without apology. not made ntate-wlde. I will also lend. 8R: cor of Call and Cn>Ort thenuo U on laid Bt: 804 .. ; ,. "". ...
children with her sons 'e"If my best efforts toward the hard surfacing Htn and run El on Call Rt ft lo b".....____.._-,...1' II It nuby A. nay..______._ 17.01 'J
orshipplng Him and desiring a of the Utarke-Halford. road. 41: 1-3 n, B 1 BJW ft: XV Lots 9, lOot Blk 8. City " -
ertaln thing of Him. And He said you don't repent as it were The future of Bradford County la 43 1-8 N 62 % tn Park Bub Iul Iv. Weatli.erly 4 4 .
rent Original Town of Add to
future .and the people can hey and Cuntien .
into her, What wiltj;.thou 1. She and be converted in a measure you ensured my that I will have Bradford Htaike In NFot HWU..8* 8 S3 Mr. J. L.. Frai.*_-___,. 83.88 "Htark' In HWV of 1U'V.28 S 13 Unknown _____.._..____ sos

Win unto Him Grant that my two might accidentally be damned to County at heart at all times and ifelected Lot 7, 8 of Illk in. Original > Lots It, 18 of Hlk' 2. City
of Stark In
ions may sit, the one on thy right some extent," is what one preacherIs work for your better Representative schools, lower 1 t.will."- NK14:\ Town of 8W14.--------28' 8 28 Mr. Laura Hemingway. 81.15 Park 4k Hub Carmen Dlv Weathrly Add. to-

and t and the other on thy left in quoted as having said in his pulpit en and an economical operation of 8 100 ft of Blk 29 a* extended "Htark' In HW% of HKV4 ...2' I II W. N. Johnson---------- '.'1

Y kingdom" one Sunday morning. That styleis our Slat and County Oovernment. on Knnoy Map. Lot a of lilk 4;City Park
All except Jesus, I respectively solicit the supportof Original' Town of Ht rk. Hub Ulv Weatherly. *
ought He was to establish a tem- pussy-footing. John the Baptist every man woman and child of In NKH of RW\4\ ,-.____ SS 8 23 F. D. John....________. 41.45 Carmen Add to Htark
oral, political kingdom for the shot at something when he preach Bradford County)\", .and your vote and 80 ft Square In NB cur of III UWYt! of UK%i..__... .23 6 U Frank A. 8w...."_______ 3.4$
June S will b* highly ap- 99 extended on
Hilt
on an
support
wish nation. But Jesus answer- ed. He hit the bull's eye. He lost predated. Enn..y Map Original Lot Sub 8 of Ulv.Stilt Wealherly 4. City Park*

head but he saved his con CHABjHT B JOfN8. Town of gtarko, In NE 4
Salome his
not Add to "Htark'
fig "Ye know far
tat ask., said. science. Jesus was never evasive.He Paid PolAdv. by Charley E. JohnM of HW'I 23 ,- L. A. Davl.-.____.___.? C1.T6 In HWK men of HlC34.----2$ S 21 n. D. Itawi.y-----_____ 1.1
ye Are ye able to drink Lots 2, 4, 8. 8, of Tllk 13.J. Blk t. City Park !Hub! Ulv.Wethrly .
< the cup that I shall drink of used simple plain, everyday FOR RF.PRJjIIlJII.'r..T.VIaTo : M. John Addition to Carmen ,
Mm to be word, People knew what He the Voter of Bradford County 1 shall: Hturke In BB14! \ of MW'4U 6 23 '- A. If. John*._______ 61.15 Add to Btarke In HW/4
baptized with the bap- This Is to advise I you that myself an Lot II of nik IS. 3. M. .. of BK14---. -_-_--. .- -- --_U S U Frank A. ......y______ luiLoti
torn that meant. be a candidate to succeed Johns. Stark
I ? Addition to
with
am baptised .
1* 30 of Blk
18 14 .
ey S Representative of Bradford County In MR'4 of BWV __ _uFracl --._11 I 23 A. II. John-._..._.__. 3.15 Add
say unto Him. We are able. subject to th. .action of the nemo- lots A. U of Silk- 3*. 8, H. N. Cowling's
nd He I thank God that I was reared In In June. I am grateful to tflark In NB4! ofsiT'sTT
salth unto them. Ye shall cratlo primary J. M. Johns Addition toStark. ____ __2. S 13 n. 11'. Pirnor..t______ 7.45
to you for the generous suppoityou 8W .. $ S 23 If. John. ....._. 3.18 HlC'4
rink indeed of my cup, and be bap- a community where the old preach have heretofore accorded me In SBVi of \% A. ? ? 7.01' 1111.- II, if.Tuf -

Ued with' the baptism that I amaptlzed ers believed In the Bible from cover and trust that my record as your .its 1 I. 8, 8 and fracl lots III., 4"- Klk 9. It. N. I
betn such that It will C. D of Hlk 3fl. J. M. Add to Starke
with: but to sit on my to cover. There was not an evolutionist servant ha. to your support for another Johns Addition to Stark. In NKfe of BUftLot : -- -,-__ I .2 ,n. A. Tholn...._____-___ ,... V
commend me
fght within milesof that I In HBH\ of $W'4.-.2$ ( 23 A. II. John._____ n."
hand and left is not twenty-five term. With knowledge 13 83 84 .
on my Lot II ex. N 20 ft and all tl 80 81, ,
Wne to give but it shall be given my boyhood home We were have and gained. the of remedies the condition necessary existing to Lot e. '7. I of Klk aT..r :Xt. >. Ut1 tIlls'' a. K. N.Liowllng' .

o them for whom It is prepared of taught to reverence 'God., My b* applied to bring back normal con .Htark. Bf John In BB4 Addition* of 8W'4U to S 23 A. H. John,_____ 7." lit NKV, uf* Add.ttH'A.\to .Htark.______.8* 8 S3 rR.. F, Demor4St. __.__ 11.4

y Father." Jeaus referred to His mother died when I was fourteen dition", 1 am better able to serve you Blkn 40 41. 44. 4S. 49. 50. Lot I. 2. I. 4, .. 0. of Blk .
to meet than. I otherwise' would be. I have and, all other lanCe H la. lianklns' Add '__ __-___21 8 32 Mr. Onl* Freeman..___ 181 I
uttering and death. James was years old and I promised erred you faithfully trying. to leyen of tl,John Add In 8KV4! ...IHW4. Blk 14 In link In. Add ,...on I 88 Li. A. fa vis, Jr._.___ ll.it p
e first apostle to be put to deathor her In heaven. That has been more the tax burden and to facilitatea J. M. John Addition BWV. of HK'/4 of NHK-L20.
ago.' During return of prosperity.- to Btarke In sac\& '" -, ...,,', dltvh -..._.-...-..-_ 8 S3 I* A. Davis, Jr_____.. s.s.
than thirty-five withyour
preaching the of Christ.ohn years honor m*
gospel Hhould you again ___:.__ _SS 32 A. H. John*.____ 77.18
and theRepresentative of 8WK\ bounded 1Q by p
lived to this time I have sailed the seas support and I' acr
an old but -llico't .e
age was :. to In BWcorof&B : ,' Madison
1 .t4A Kof By \ MyiJowllng's* lit, H by
F wecuted and exiled to the Isle of traveled in many lands, but I have serve you faithfully and to th. best '4 of HW\%. boundedN t Ml, W by ana..dol> A. ,

r'tmos. The the same phllsopohy of life today of my" .blHty." by Johns Add W by :' rJty Davis, Jr., 'Lao
t other disciples heard Q & BUTLER. S by Section line, \ ,. '. Half Hee. IIn...---- ,. 8 23 L. A. Davis, Jr.....,.____ I.7S
the request of Salome for herr that I bad In that simple little (Paid Pol. AdT by C. C. Butler.) also Lot I and 18 of ',' '...,' >, Com at HW Car of Madison 4.4
kissed },[. John Addition ',. ,'o. Ht. and
Ions for In verse 24 we are country home when I my Stile 47. J. and Mrytl .
FOR T'TK: A11ORVPW to Btsrk in 8E14" run H 210 ft. W 310 ft. N .
H. "When the ten heard it, they dying mother goodbye and promised Tweatr-SIKk. Judicial tlrf.lt of $WV4 ____ .. r..-. .-._.8 ( S3 J. O. Boyd._ .._uu.?. 11." 210 ft to Madison Ht
ere moved with to meet her In heaven. Wedon't I hereby announce myself aa a Lot I. 7. send .Mtt ee Lat. '. ,, thence M on nsld Ht 310ft
Wont indignation or candidate for re-nomlnatlon ae WtateAttotney 4 of BIle 4. Livingston, _: to beg In O.sklne Add_29 8 23 B. C. C. B, HoUsndorf. SS.Ot
need new philosophy '
the
two brethren. Yet any for the Twenty-Hlxth Judicial Truby Co' Additionto
ese ten had. disputed as to who any new religion. All we need Is I Circuit, vumpnned, of the coun Htark in W* otNE'4 Com 110 ft H of 8W Cor
Nuld' God of our fath.ers. Baker, Bradford and. Union, _____-- __, **.'--.III ( S3 JJvlng.ton Trilby Co.. .75 of Madison' and Myrtle
be the greatest in Christ's to get back to the ::bJt! Election of Ht* and run K on Myrtle
to the Primary Lot 1. S, 8. 4. 8, 7. of Bite Ht 310 HIts
Wom. in Mark -.34-35: the June 6th 1934. and will appre..lateyour Livingston, Truby ft, B tiow.luroftj; bag In .
"*iples "had support and assistance, and assure (o'. Addition to "JU rk* IsklnsA.I4., .. ..__ .._19 I -II.C.AC.. 8. llol.endorf.0(
disputed among you that If I am renornlnatedto In WV of NJo1'i.- / .-_ _u ( S3 Livingston Truby A Co.. (.41 '
!> SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: efficientand I ., Com 810 ft W of BW Cor .
.selve who should be the MAIL give the aam thorough Lot 4. 1 II of Blk II Liv.ingstOfl. .
>reaat 1934 economical. attention to said of. Truby .4 Co'* of Madison and Myrtle
APRIL 8
and he eat down and Ht* and ran W liD ft loWeatmorelnnil .
In the pa.t InWVi
have 8tar <*
flee that I Addition I to )
lied the CREWS. ( S3 .' 3. O. ___ ___ 11.30 Ht thence
twevle. and salth unto -' A. S. I of NF.'i' *,,-_ .SS Boyd. .\ 1 7..
o Hun said Ht IWG ft, K 810
.
em A. S. (Crew ) :
If Political Adv. by .
any man desire to be first. Train No. Mail Closes (Paid Lot 1 nf Blk 11. j4ving.I ft. N 420 ft to bg alldtl' .

".5 same shall be the last of a11"he0 : 11 Parcel Post, South 8:40: a. m. FOR SCHOOL BO'RD I I f|1 atop Truby to Htark" Co 1**> Vf Addition Mi- ::' :r.e1d..n.; a*map"Clark! of

me the ten were angered at 8a- 107 Letters& Special my 1 candidacy take till: method for member of announcing of Bchou! I of N '4-- ---..28fx I 33 K.n.: W.Sternb.rg Hayes *_ ___-_ ..i.76I. 3 A Blk".._ ___ _..,29 8 S3 :__ D.C.6C, a. HoIienUorf10.lt

and her James and John South __9:5O: a. m. ttehool District No I. ? ..
sons.
Delivery Board from >t* t of BIle 18. LlvIncsion. 14'! acreS In BW ('or of
us called them unto Him and 1 Letters Parcel Post comprising Brooher. f>rah m. Hampton Truby .A C..'* HK'A' of OKU, of NK'4:' ..-1 8 13 L.A.Davi.J,,..,,_.._. ...UI
Id and New River. sobj.fIto laWH In 1 NKV. of *?E% .
Btark acre
Ye Addition to ,
h e know that the> princes of South _-_.-- *:OO p. m. the will of the Democrat. of NBV4----------88 S3 Unknown __.,.-. .. -._ 17.45 bounded E!! by Lowhdng'sAdd .
Gentiles & Letters voters In the coming primary : o 8 St. W by sand t
by
exercise dominion over 12 Parcel Post II of Blk IT.Livingston. ,
elD, and 3:00 m. In June. 154. If nominatedand Lot I. t. 10. Truby e..'* R N by riaskln I Add ..S* 8 S3 .1. O. Iluyd.___...___ '.41 ,
they that : p. for
i*. are great exer. North elected I promise to work Utarke. In One lot of lund *$ yard 4
authority But It ft Special Delivery the beat Intercut of all the schools i Addition to .... 7.49 N and II by 180 yd* Hand
upon them. 108 Letters and I earnestlysolicit W34 of Bradford County bounded N by
Dot l be _.. 5:4O p. m. 4 II ef Bile lLI.Fvhl. W.
** so among you: but North __ -- yut vote and ..upport.AT A Co's Ad.dltbon Wm Scott land. H by
ver WUl be great among you. 2 Letter Parcel Poet e-ffu: "blaiWS. ton, Truby mark Inof Wlio John Daiby land H by

t him be your minister; and who- North ___-__ 6:00: p. m. Paid Pol Adv. by. Stafford a. I!* Crew NE'4 to____ _______al 8 23 J. O. Boyd______. H.4J ($'p.rknaaa'land 01"1.. land and Oil W Sf34 by _" '- -

i : will be chief among your let Stork Bell Branch: Lola 1..at.-1'nIbr I. I. J. of Elk If..-Lt-Co'. of BICIt:0\ _.____.t 0 a. C. A. Futeh.o....... III. / '
IIIi t- _,..D -"- ,
rOK SCX of IIW! ( oI.8E"-, -
p4(4
:30a. III.ilaJi
your __ ; Mark inW14
$ dONS _
lou nut: even aa the Mail t hereby announce. my candidacyfor Addition to ailub: -. .U 0 .2 I. A. Davl
or ( : -.,-88 8 21 Mat WiIlIams.14.1. :lSN: .1 334 ... It.____ Ml
Miff 1 50: m.V l" oC Z3---- ,
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came noT to, be mlnta- arrive p." SchoolBosFil, ,m.Dbr; r '" ... ,", .
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i PAOR BRADFORD COUNtY TBUEORAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA FRIOAY. Ara1r_ Z7. JB<

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T1)? Bradford County Telegraph QUIT -WORRYING I I [ ODD BUT TRUE =-
Yau'veHeard --- ]
P ; Just take It easy; folks and the Maybe ..': ,
II
; Established 1877 chances are that you'll eat better ', ..
-
V s'' sleep better and get a. whole lot : ,
., Bat
-__-.- ._ '. T d' It .
more fun out of Ilfo In general. "
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Such was the gist'of advice given

3 Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida out by the American College of LORI) aoM

_. .. .... -- _... .-,- Phyfclclans at a recent meting In STILL BLUE AND GRAY '
No doubt time will eventuallyfade UtD TO BORN Hit MOIR grj--J
ChIcago
'' ___ __ ________Editor and OwnergS.JISSI.ISI '
B. L. Matthews ____ _. the blue and the gray until t.) 'n\\c) T VKTH
.. and other emotional
., Sl .. .. Fear worry
11 I I ------- harmonious
blend Into
-- they one
RED PEPPER
numberof
upsets are causing a large
SUBSCRIPTION RATE people to think they are ill when color butT that happy age has textbooks not ,1M O n)ta TA'T HIS'COUHE ? ,
been rescued. In of I
"r Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance they are not. Thus spake the doctors yet that each year spite more and ; DRWOU.t.( .).:tlllTm !:; ,-.
and you can take their word
i Advertising Rates on Application the facts of
( for It or leave it. more try to present .
the Civil War in ,a manner calcu-
.. In of the fact that releasing r
i; H' ---- -- -- spite
lated to leave the blood of the
a (By lULL DUNCAN) 'such information seems to be young Northerner or Southerner at lr
bread ,out 'of their
taking own
an even temperature, the fact remains -
mouths, the physicians tell us that
that there is still consider-
School's out I as much as thirty-five,, per cent of
able feeling over the matter among '
r all people who seek ,medical help wI3JL
o the very young.
,
are suffering entirely or particu-
Now for the swimming hole. larly from some sort'of emotional For Instance, a local housewife,
who was born above the Mason-
.0 problem.
Dixon.Line. tells us that her young /
Another nice thing is this weather. .' "," Many people, one'of the"doctbri 1 son spent the, whole of one long, A oW
stated, have undergone repeated
Ik rainy afternoon devouring "With
o
operations to g-t rid'of pain or
The fur flies when a dentist catches a patient with the discomfort which was due entirelyto Lee In Virginia,1Along about dusk
she happened fo pass through the
some emotional trouble and not
hiccups. room where he was sprawled on
o ,', ,.' caused by any dUease. Ho told ofa the floor. '

young woman who underwent W ro
Another old saw, and;. a good one, is "Mind yo'tiF'own four( such operations because of an "Mother" ," ha/ saW' '"do you knowwhat .,r.., f Tat ns ooitNr
I
business." : I I Imagined Illness brought on by the ? .1 b (, a 1 11tt NlS LIR Ltb YtNt! Wt I
fact that all Her sisters were mar "What son 1,1 his mother asked, s013uOt TllnttroAt onus tt vouarrn
t- 0 ried while ..he'seemed doomed to biting like all good mothers should '' IT 10 MDIb OR A ttrT

Add similes: Empty as the strawberry bowl after remain a lonely! spinster "I sure wish we'd licked you' 1 h ToucN' NAwotR etc

4a breakfast. Evidently the doctors aren't damn Yankees"Y "
f_ 1' staun 1l Apsu'
y poking for new buHlneau. They ti//'
world want UH to get "hep" to ourselves reader has called our attention RfnAUtAtn Nr
; One trouble with this is that we're a humanity off
quit worrying and so lose ourselves to an error !in McIntyre'sTueslay

buck-passers. In the game of living that we just column, where he refersto
,
_0n mvcn't time to waste being sick.o "Mare Nostrum" and says it ? FROM

Some people are happier to let out with their petty1' hates --- .- was written by Conrad. It was r ttlrt 'fiDlr OP

FLORIDA'S FINE POINTS written by Ibsen, our informant -( PKQviMct,.. of vcmet"' :IEOWAAD:
be done with it.
and
and we hope she's right. Anyway '
says \%UND, ONfcOfc'" VUfi MAO OWLS
o Ten health! factors possessed by McIntyre's face should be BUT Ctq DWOttCM aN
400'(tPRa;
'' Florida which are of most importance well red, even If he Isn't .
: This Is the season of the year when the old suit looks' hot
to people living In the United .
so bad, nor yet so good. ,'I. States have been complied by the (* Dr. and Mrs. Earl R. Roberts 't-

o All Florida Committee as a part Next time we see a torrid scene Jacksonville Beach are announc 't.i !
like that "Carloca" number from .01NOUT
1
It appears that Mr. Dillinger is in hiding, while Mr. In. of Its recently Inaugurated advertising "Flying Down to Rio" we hope It's ing the arrival of a daughter Karlcne -
campaign. These factors, Roberts, 14, at St.VIncent's .
on. April
rr sull has been hiding out. together with others which would on a cooler night When this movie
Jacksonville.
played,the local,theatre here themanagement Hospital PR'OTECTEDGOODYEARS
o be developed by means of a medical Dr Roberts Is a brother of Mrs.: J.
.
bad to start the coolIng -
survey of the state are being W. Andrews of Starke and has i\
,
In spring a young graduate's fancy turns not so lightly broadcasted the system right about the middleof
by committee as friends here who will be
to his prospects for a good job. the third reel. many
7t, a basis for advertising Florida's pleased to offer congratulations.

.0 .. health advantages nationally.. -- --.e. --

,- If nature really had voice; the call of Kingsley Lake. Healthful living conditions in NOTES, ON SPRING READING FOR SCHOOL B '.Um

,, would resound all over North Florida. Florida constitute a priceless asset If scientist keep on lengthening I wish to announce my candidacyfor ON 1 EVERY WHEEL

iF which costs the state nothing, the the llf of _
-o committee but which espan men member of School Board from
be
r, Neglect in the maintenance of county roads will mean the I. merchandised says for hundreds of can millions Maybe some to of us weir live long School District No.1, comprising
enough read "Anthony Ad
waste of a sizeable CWA expenditure. of dollars representing 'verse" over again. North Starke and Lawtey,.subject As Low As
wealth brought to the state to the will of the voters in the
-
o through advertising. If buy "Fun In Bed"
you thinking
A small town is one where they would take the sidewalksup Ifs to be Democratic primary of June B. If
Health authorities placed their going nice and dirty, nominated and elected,,I will con- 40
at night if anyone stayed up that late. endorsement on a list of the following The joke's on you. Its written for tinue, as in the past tQ do what I ,

o health attributes enjoyedIn hospital patients who have to think Is best for all the. schools in I- $16GOODYEAR
be asleep not later than Set
Florida; Year around averagetemperature the county.
You can say what you please, but the unsuspected hypro- of 72 degrees; high eight-thirty. Respectfully,' of 4

6v crite is generally better, off than the embarrassed innocent.I Io ultra-violet content In sun rays; If you ,see somebody reading a J. C., PREVATT,
uniformity of climate with no sudden
book and be l!!,says, "Come tell
A good bit of the noise at the festival celebration came changes; ozone-laden duet me whathahell{ this is." SPEEDWAYS
free '
atmosphere blowing in from A
1 from the strawberry counter, where guests were demanding ocean and gulf; farm You eau bet, four last buck the CENT WORD
.
containing poor sap's, paid three dollars
td second helpings. fruits and vegetables ,
and a half for a copy of I
a proper quantities of Iodine and ". COLUMN
o .Uly. es.
chlorophyl; facilities for outdoor I,
In a few weeks, if everybody in
, thing they'll want to there will be a terrible splash in Kings- around; facilities for heliotherapy BRAINFOOD male pointer dogs one and two
treatment; mineral springs having ''According '''to a recent statement years old respectively. White with /

t ley Lake. medicinal value; economical diet of by Dr. Francis O. Benedict of liver spots and fully tickspecked.One .

o citrus fruits and salt-water bathIng the Carnegie Institute of Washington has collar with name "Mutt n Ahkw

What with the roses inthe yard, and the dandelions out a professor concentrating thereon.Floyd Green Starke Florida"
Will pay reward for returnor
beyond the sidewalk, it is pretty definitely evident that These actors are pointed to as"selling" one hour on some Intense mental Information as to where-abouts.
will
'4, spring is here. arguments which can be problem of use up as many calories Floyd Green, Starke, Florida. n
used to attract visitors and permanent food.energy as would be
r.. o supplied by one-half of a peanut.:'
residents to the state In a national TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, carbonP4per
'
y Should certain European governments endeavor to in advertising program sponsored News Item. and second sheets on sale

by the All Florida Committee. So now we 'need no longer be at the Telegraph office. Phone .ub.t torhea.
i veigle their into
liable
people a war, they're to have a fighton 29.tf "bout no-
Present puzzled by statements
membership of the ( any given tics.nd lp.pr aMUMIM
their hands. out .... '
committee. Includes all newspapers by certain highbrows. The
o radio stations and outdoor. learned doctor, residing In the citywhere LOST with OR STRAYED-Two mules
advertising plants of the state. the admb stratlon's "brain- halters on; both mares.
'The apparent assumption to be taken in reading the aver --0--. truaters" do their thinking for the One black and banded other mouse

age Washington gossip writer is that all other capital correspondents FARMER COMING OUT OF RED country, probably has arrived at colored. Reward offered. Mrs. J. I r/
W. Cask ins,
are liars. his conclusions by experimenting Lawtey. it

o I There Is good news for the farmer on them. But he might have beena FOR SALE-General household .
in a late Department of little less brutal against the dig furniture,
which Agriculture baby bed and victrolaapply
This is
one county to present a strawberry festival report. The farm price Index nity of his subjects. Instead of at Clover Farm Store it SO'':.';OUT PROTECTION THAT LASTS

served strawberries. Big ones, they were, and with ''cream I on March IS was at 76 as saying "one-half of a peanut' he Per cent of

from the local daries. compared with 50 a year ago, (Thelima could have made it one-half of a LOST-Saturday night at Straw menftth remaining original in cords tensile after
Delicious I to 1914 nv.MM .<.iiial. innt small cabbaffe head.. or ona-hulf of ,berry Festival one brown pocketbook loogualAtfrat
--- ---- -
,. In addition the a filling station mince containing post office
'.' index of pricesthat pie or one- papers Miles SuperrwUt
Headline Bays, "President Hits At Critics Of'Hia New farmers pay for the things half pint of mudturtle soup and spectacles and other articles. Run Tire Cords Tire Ordinary Cords

Deal." If he'll just leave them together long enough they'll they buy was 120 as comparedwith no one would have known the dif Finder:please return to Mrs. Ida 8.MO 93% 81%
George and
100 a earlier. ference. Or he have used get reward.
year In other might itp 16,000
probably knock themselves to .1%
pieces 369'0
.SEETHE
,
words, the price received for what the deep-South appellation'"goober. ol LOST, STRAYED OR Supertwist Cord ,
o the farmer sells has gone up fifty. ." The word "nut" 1 Is One pointer dog. about STOLEN-i ent-stretches,absorbs-a Goodyear shocks pat-and
one
+' What with the springing of the latest horseless carriages two per cent In a year-and the naughty when mentioned !In con old; white with liver spots year and I comes back strong! Thorouahly NEW

' and Florida's price he pays has risen but twentyper nection with any thinking proc fully tick rubberized to resist beat It gives
; good roads motoring hereabouts is specked;; answers to
run-
lasting
blowout
cent, leaving him a substantial ess. He could: have substituted a name of protection In every
ning the porch rocker close second for comfort advantage.A castor-oil bean or two. grams of to Floyd"Cups.Green Reward Starke.for return ply. Ask us to demonstrate

o great deal of the credit for popcorn for "one-half of a pea -'-- ; Fla. Four Full Plies of BUICK

that must go to the farm c nut. Moreover he J' would then Supertwist
If there selfish per.atlvel. Cord
are two people it is probable that the 4 -
, They have put In what"le have been safe from damage suit STOP AX Insulated with heat-
.v one who first BO terms the other is the worst. And the possibly the hardest-working. moat from the breakfast food people, resisting rubber. -

;. chances are the other is an entirely normal defender of personal aggressive year In their history. who will probably Insist that the VIOIA'ST Here's 'AND
lot
They have home "calorIes" a of tire and a lot ol
: liberty. brought to their were generated by. one- blowout-protection
for .
little
I' members the necessity of crop cur. half of a grapenuL. T.w money. An
I example of the
, a 0 tailment. They have steadied mar.I After this statement from Dr. Sandwiches value that wecaa give you because greater PONTIAC, ,

: .A New York doctor says that men are more'beautiful kets and held up price levels In Benedict the many peanut eatersof ... .ej otherptirebuy Goodyears. than '. V
the face of strong adverse conditions. I us before '. s'a'
w.
the you
than women. Why does someone have to go and start something ., They have had a commanding country may breathe easier ICE COLD BEER fcor we'll show :you the most far -. ,

"h'I, like that just as we think the world is going to settle voice In agricultural, monetary as Secretary the growers Wallace of the will popular not require Ask For Oar Price OB fastsBill's your money at any price you name.

,down to another couple of years of peace? export and: other legislation affectlog edible,to curtail production, of It; .......... D. Your Tubes "Pinch"

0 the producing and marketing and when General Johnson, the Service Station and l Puncture SPECIAL

r When a man in New York weighing! 125 pounds did not :if Those agricultural are definite commodltioa.achievements. high"code"priest onto of the the Industry NRA claps he will a ware T....Grt 11..Y.ae... Gs. age that e Here's puts a..lnettberlnatbetoulJa.a tube

dance with his wife who weighs 233 And during the present year the .
f pounds;she went to the be as lenient as possible. The = Reliance
courts for a divorce charging cruel and inhuman treatment. co-ops for are carrying and on their campalau travails of,the 'intelligentsia' JlWatI est rubber has Goodyear Goodyear
better more proper *- ever developed
n If he HAD danced with her she would probably have gone to ..iu firming with unbated energy I not be made of worse. through any BiliousnessSour for tu... .
scarcity goobers.The .
the courts charged with murder. and vigor. The outlook Is Thlcker'l'1Ibbel'4 i 30. = 31's .-r.
"Intense mental too Ask tue.e the
better than at any time since 1928. problem"
o which, th. doctor's Stomach Tu-Tone Heavy
upon subjects
The attitude of the
farmer ,
average I Duty-costa little
Anyone wondering what the world has come to might toward his co-operative\ la more un- I"concentrated for one hour," must Gas end Hadaeh0Constipation. extra,eaves many 1,10= 21 -a

slant his good eye at that there "Carioca." Danced correctly Uerstanding-/ .more, enlight I have been that of bow to meet feet* a stop. _
I the
made
ened. charges recently by Dr.
' it combines the maneuverings of a snake in a butter-tub with .a-- Wlrt against .the "bralntrustera.": '_-.----

the enthusiasm of a,frog on a hot stove. And is best performed In aU ages of the world's history This was evidently Dr. Benedict's GOODJ I I 1 -

or attempted with an empty somach. children have loved their toysto first experiment la that line and YEARRegister
mii
be In the shape of animals. be chose for,subjects those whose
w 0 thlnkpots had not yet reached the 9

T, : The popular thing in radio j just. now is the use of the The population of Italy Increased belling stage. The thought proc- ,

short waves, which makes possible foreign reception. The from 38,790.000 M 1921 to 42,004.- estea of an editor trying to crowd a '
000 In 1B33. four hours' work'Into '
August one or a (Motor Co.
' apparent idea is that it is better to hear a Frenchman speaking gambler playing poker I for one -

French in France than to enjoy a good American fox trot TL. tower of the ancient parishchurch hour,' would have been too swiftand ,

aa played in our own ,United States. Our guess is that the In: Barnet,. latgland. has complicated for him and not

enthusiasm for bean opened to the public.for.thetint adjustable, .to the peanut standard.H.JB. STARKE. FLORIDA
short wave will be short lived. time la. blatoq.'I1.J'' ; .'UkCJERORKN. ,

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